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FOR SENT?HOUSES.
Fl'KNl?ilRI> OR VSiFVKNIHHBn.
l'i ?R It EXT UXFURXIS1I ED
715-717 Hth st. n.w.. 3-storv and basement
sfo: and office building; will lease for term
of j ear*.
1753 X st. n w., 1Srs., 5 bath* (Oft. 1).$200.00
(*22 Conn. are.. 17rs. and 2 baths $150 0 >
20 Quln-y st. i.e., O rioms and bath ... $25 .'.0
llvatlsville. Mil.. 10 rooms and bath (fur
nished!. hot wnfr Ii<-at. L_, are; rent. ? "i0 00
We have a number <>f desirable furnished
houses in the n.w. se> tiou; rent, $75 per mo.
and upward. TYI.ER A RUTHERFORD (Inc.),
aa2S-,t*13 730 15tb st. n.w.
FUR RENT
GET nrR RIO FOR REXT LIST.
'"??ntains 275 properties.
THRF.F. (3i KEYS TO EACH.
FROPEItTY WE HAVE FOR It EXT.
BOSS A PHELPS (Lio.l.
?tin 14TH X.W.
OPPOSITE FRAN"KMX PARK.
Tiir?e phonea.
MAIX 340-41-403.
f?S-tf
K'HMSHED.
rOR 1 IE NT COR NE It HOUS K. WELL. FIJ R
nished. including complete library, piano. Per
sian nips, etc.. confining In rooms ami bath;
hot uat'T lieat: lanndri tubs in cellar; double
lin k j-orch: all outside rooms; house one sijuare
r:ti>; in c?>"d lomlition and clean throuph
on' T\ LER A RUTHERFORD llne.i, 7:;o
I Mli n.n. se.'t-.'lt *
?0R~ RFNT -VERY DESIRABLE FURNISHED
fill sks. SfiMK UH'ATKD IX THE MOST
Fxsinov\BLE SECTION OF THE CITY;
RENTING AT FROM $80 PER MONTH UP.
TYI ER .< RUTH ERF0RD (Inc.). 730 15TH ST.
V V*. ao2S-7t*
I" NFl HMSHKI).
FOR RF\T rXFI RNISliF.D.
1214 IRth st. n.w . 10 rooms. 1 baths. .$118.00
1707 Q st. n w., 10 rooms and 2 baths.. 08.00
1010 N >t. n.w.. !#r. and b.. latrobe heat 4o.r>0
*23 .'id s.u lOr. and li_. latrobe heat... 37.SO
302 S V n i sr and b.. furnace heat.. 35.80
1 Y2* T st n.w.. 7-. and b.. latrobe heat 32.80
x .1. ave.. 8 rooms and bath . 30.50
1830 20th >t n.w.. S rooms and bath... 30.40
104 K n.w.. Sr. and b.. latrobe heat.... 25.50
tot 1 n.w.. i? rooms and bath 28.30
4<<4 Fla. ave. n.w., 7r., b.. latrobe heat. 23.50
4<?> Kit. ave. n.w.. 7 rooms und bath... 23.50
i::n." pa ave. s.i\. i!r. and b.. fur. heat. 20 5o
230 1"! . s w , ?i rooms and bath 18.50
2010 E n.w.. 6 r<uims and hath 16.00
FFRXISHED.
1341 N. H. ave.. 9 rooms and bath 110.00
A F \RTMEXTS.
Tl!" Lawrer -e. '!>22 16th St.. 3d floor,
rooms nnd bnth 40.0o
Monte- mery. 4 rooms and bath 32.50
T'. Montgomery. 4 rooms and bath. ">0.00
1 he Stoddart. 6 rooms and hath S0.U0
10"7 E n.e.. 2d floor. 5 rooms and bath. 23.00
The Seminole, 1414 W?
i room and bath 10.50
5 rooms and rath 40.00
Ti e Talk View. 425 4th r..w . 2r., b. . . . 20.00
MoDtR mery. X. Cap. and M stg., 4r., b. 27.80
STORES.
1724 Pa ave 68.00
THE WA'HTVfJTOX LOAN AND TRUST COM
PANY. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.
st'3 d oSu
1"? lit RENT I N ! I 'ItX!ISII EI>. 2S14 CATHEDRAL
ave . near Conn, ave.; handsome new honse:
rhlrd t!""r reserved bv owner. Address 517,
tiie Ontario. se3-3t
ron~RENT? _ 112?; 25th nw.ilr.b,
11-07 F. l>r. 2b.. $150 h-w heat 35.50
|Hi< (J tiw. sto.flat.5S.no? 2405 Pa av nw.Sr.b35.00
1;<!5 11 iiw, !0r,2b50.70 1?23 18th. Sr. b...35.00
- <' rw lir, b 50.5*? P2;J. 20thnw,8r,i>,ftir30.50
!'! 2'st.llr b.hwhSO OO 316 S C av Ee.flr.b25.50
1.'ll M nw. llr. b.40.00 j 508 23.d. 6r. w 15.50
! 1345 L se. 5r. w....!),50
Several desirable houses for colored tenants.
FLATS.
llih A E Cap.5r.b35.0i) v<n K'th nw. 3r. b.22.50
2'? '1 17lh. 5r,b.eel.27.50 i 20'j y n\v.flt.5r.b..22.50
I ll'ti.-u, c j e. 5r, b.21.50
STORES AND BUSINESS "PROPERTIES.
li'tU st. and Pa. ave., eorner store 75.00
STABLES AND SHOPS.
It 2016 E nw.!* stls2 > 00,.Rear 54 N se 10.00
2. 42 K nw. shop. 10's)e'R<-.ir 1012 G tw.. 10.00
FTRXISHFD.
F ?t. n.w.. IS rooms. 2 baths, per month.. .225.00
GEO. W. LIXKINS.
s :;-tf M?t 10th st. n.w.
n M:iiT:xr?
. ? 'J.i lnth si. n.w. 11 rooms. 2 batlis... .$75.00
J!.; y s . n.w.. 12 rooms ant bath 65.00
1215 Q -t. n.w., 11 ooms anil bath 40.63
1815 13th st. 11.w.. I'. MM nnd bath... I0.W
)i! )i"i.kliis pi. n.w.. S rooms and bath. 35.00
"27 Wis. ave. n.w.. !> ro ins iind bath.. 30.5o
i'.26 7th st. n.e.. S rooms and bath 25.50
STOliE.
The Severn, 1510 II st. n.w 75.Ou
STABLE.
Rear 211 12th s.w.. 7 hors.-s 25 00
s...:-tf WEAVER BROS.. 1416 F st. n.w.
1 n : RENT BY f-" .1 MILLS', c.n.-, IITII X W.
222S 7'h nw.??.l>.$2,,.50 Bladensimrg rd. dw. 7r,
2 '.;o t'harap'u, 6r.bl?.50 & 2 1-story stores.25.50
1121 5th nw. r.r... 17.50 1 Sf2-tf
I OR REXT-ONLY $30..V> PER MOXTH: 154 T>
st. s.?-.; a very roasonabie r?*nt for a 10-room
and bath house in such a desirable location:
i-onvenient to two car lines.
?o-6t* R. E. BRADLEY. 141S F St.
I'llt RENT ONE O! THOSE COZY LITTLE
liouses; 1-4.""'^ V st. n.w.. opposite St. Paul'::
Citholic Church; 7 rooms and bath: in ??iml
order; rent. $28.30. THEO. 1'RIEBI'S. 1320
N?w York ave. n.w.; half a month rent free.
so.",-Tf '
fuR Ri. -T- 12L'7 1 X'ioX ST S.W ; 5 ROOMS;
?- nt. $10.50 THEO. FRIEBl'S, 132t> N?-w
Y.>rh ave. n.w. se3-rf
FJTr rknt \ itrai riVE imu mlTa
Heiirhts home; 2So!t 14th st. n.w.; S r?wms.
biih; fill ?11 *42.50.
WILU?iE. OIBBS ft DAXIEL. 603-05 13T1I
foR ItKNT?'16' I?ESIRA151.E 1 OLOREI) 1T.N
aut. l'JU" T st. n.w.: :? rooms and bath and
store: rent, $.">0. Call Ht office for keys.
h.v::ry a. wa<;staff. 904 14th st. n.w.
FOR RENT sTTkST S.E.. WITHIN HALF
Mock of navy yard cars; 7 rooms and bath; in
excellent "oiidition; rent. $25."0; will be va
rant September 15. I'.hhi.
MARRY A. WAGSTAFF. fx>4 14th st. n.w.
Foit RE NT?J t "ST TIIE~ HOt'S E_ Vol: ART.
looking for: S roo'ns nnd bath; kitchen on first
tl*>r: i-s.tellent bx-allty n.w. action, iialf
s?<u.ire trom cars. Rent only *37.50.
CHAS. S. MCIR & CO..
se*!-2t 1403 N. Y. ave.
1 I li'l.VT In-K.'IOM Jlol>E ~1X ~SP I .EN 1 > ID
sK-tioi; i.w.. a fow sten- from Caidtal Trae
tion cars; in 1'isnl condition. Rent reduced to
CHAS. S. Mi nt & CO..
2t 1?03 X. X. ave.
771,7 i;k\t >*<:? H ST. X.E.; OTtOOM -VXD
' 'ti: brick house; ^ood condition. Rent, $20.50
rer nio.
CHAS. S. MCIR & CO..
so:{-2t 1403 N. Y. ave.
r iR RENT DESIRABLE S-ROOM AND BATH
b'b-k house for i-olored tenants; in n.w. sec
tion. Rent, Js!5.5o.
CHAS. S. MCIR & CO..
2t 1403 X. Y. av".
nTi." 1411 1.VI1I ST X.U W ELL TCrrTNO ED
MOISE. WITH 14 ROOMS WD 2 BATHS;
IX EXCELLENT ROOM-REXTIXC SECTION:
SPLENDID CONDITION: TO RE VACANT
SEPT. 15. RENT ?71 <"<.
THE F H. SMITH COMPANY,
s>>3-?? 140>< NEW YORK WE
FOR RENT-BY ROBT. C. SIHXN. 1125 14TH
- p.u.. a ten-rxi. in dwe'.lini:. with porcelain
liatli; ail m. i.; at 143 11th st. n.e.; $:}7.50
pi-r uio rh. ae3-2t
Ti ?R R ENT :io5 _MASS A VK. X.E.. NEAR
I'ni.in station: 6 r -ms and bath: eicellent
? ndltlun- ro?:t. *25
WILI,;OE. GIBBS A. p.\N I EL. 603-05 13TH.
1 -1!: RENT?PARK FtTTViV \1caP 1TtH~"stT
- n rooms, bath; h"*-wat?-:' heat: rent $32.50.
'A1LLIGE. OIBI'.S & DANIEL. 603-05 13TH.
FOR R e XT?B XCELLI: x T ? INDITION; LARGE
vird; 2004 1st at. n.w.; h rKiui>, bath; fiir
$35.30.
WILLIOE. GIBBS & DANIEL. <?3-?5 13TH.
I'i'lt RF.NT
161" Ripys pi, 12r. 1614 Ri>r>:s pi. Or.blO.OO
i- $5<?.o?? Hi5 t). lor. h. . .37.50
1 :t S. Or. b "'I 2-min i'. frame.6r,1)23.5*1
l'i .4 Rigas pi, lor.bio.O-i 2t>:? X .1 av. lor,b.50.65
252? P. 5r 10 5"
-. i, I W C-RAHAV A CO.. t;i7 nth.
LOR RENT 1337 21VI ST N.W
BEAUTIFUL <'oR.\ER DWEI LING,
< 'ON I" A INIMi lo i;tii\'> \ N11 -j B\THS
STEAM HEAT. FASHIONABLE I/1CATIOX
H L RUST. tVii 14th st. n w.
ai^-tf.S
I i .It RUN I 2H27 IT! II ST. N.W.
COMFORTABLE NEW ?; ROOMS AXI) BATH.
j:ni: furxace cold storaob.
CONVKXTENI TO ALL CAR LINES.
LIEBKRMANN i 11 AWN. UJo3 U ST.
m 2 3t
1 OR RENT bis < ST N.E
MODERN HOUSE. ROOMS AND BATlL
in go-xi r- j-'ilr. conveuli-nt to cars. etc.
REN I .<:;o.Mi MONTH
LIEBERMAXN vV 11 AWN. 1303 F ST.
rt'i; HINT l't.3.3 13111 NW BRICK: THREE
Moric?: 12 rooms, bath- It ? i u.uiir heat: n?-wly
|m|? riil and painted: r> nt. $J.". s ii? \t ?IiK>r.
1 ^.'Ci 5th n w . bri K >'<r . !? . ? i< ; r?nt. $22.50.
-??2 3t? R vl MORRISON. 027 F n.v?.
FOR RKNT- ATTRACTIVE BRICK HOUSE; 11
rr?>nis. t.atli and pantry; ^*><i| -t n *.; ? "i,
* nn-nt to two car iin.-. in.,- ; desiratile n> ijlh
I- rlestd. Apply 30JO Dnribattou ave. n.w.
><?2 3t
FOR RENT D.D. THOMPSON * CO., 1335 f* N.W.
i: :?! o nw.16r.2t> flft.o I ' Io:$ N.I av se.Qr.b. 16.50
':s? ? ,\ i ,\ i-r. b. 25 .'?0 I Fiat Erie. Ir. Ii .16.So
1 1 la av n?'.6r,b 25 5 | 1313 I'nion sw.6r.bltl 50
! at, 116 D lic.Sr b25 o.i 1 ! 12.; Inincin. Or. t>15.50
" II nc sto.dw.2" 80 :,| kw. 6r. b.14.80
?h( <; r.e, 0. . b. .2j<'? Stable. R 116 D ne.lo.no
Apt*. Ramotia. 25.ui 2 Champlaiii pi, 4r.il.50
l-titi i; i ". Or. b. .22.5i) 024 Oordon av. 4r..9.30
s- 2 d - stl
FOR RENT? HANDSOME BRICK. 1212 12171
st. n.w ; rooms and b.-ith: frojit porch; front
and rear vards. ou? of the prettiest houses iu
Wasiiin^toii: S5o.
2-31 A. T. HOLTZMAN. 1321 F st. n.w.
FOR RENT most DESIRABLE DOWNTOWN
location: K st. near ear line; 7 rootns and
bMb relit. -$-V' 5".
WIl.L ICE. (i I Bits A DAN I EI.. 608-08 13th.
sel 3t
FOR RKXT \TTItA<TIVE 14 ROOM HOUSE
marble front, near D? ?ey: eharndng; home; ex
? lb nt rooiii'iviiliiit: |ocat;ou. Rent, $s5. 131fi
!. -? n.w. A. it. HOLDKX. Xat. City Bank,
??l 30t
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
UNFURNISHED.
FOR RENT?A HOT'SE WITH 8 ROOMS. BATH
anil hot-water heat. Inquire Slit 9th st. s.e.
se2-3t*
F<?K KENT?IIAM>S<>ME BRICK : in ROOMS,
elegantly finished; two kitchetos, one ??n parlor
floor: n< nr New Hampshire av?. and S st. n-u" :
$45.54). 532 25th st. n.w.: frame; 3 rooms;
large lot; shade ?f?>r colored): $8.<h?.
K.'t-at A. T. HOLTZM AN, 1321 F st. n w.
FOlT K ENT^
62 M n.w.; JOr.. bath: fine cellar: hot water:
$4.1. Ill P ?t. n.w.; 7r. ami bath; apartment:
heat furnished; modern; $35; with stable. $J1.
1413 5th n.w.; 2 Rat.*; or. and hath eacn; 1st
and 2d floor*; $35; stable, $5.
s-l-.lt* W. F. NASH, 122 M n.w. |
FOtfTtENT 15Y ? ?WNFit" VTTItA<TIVK. MOP
eni house; lrt rooms; tiled bath; tine n.w. see-j
ti?>n; rent, $45; reduction to yearly tenant. 1
Iiojt 217. Star ofih-e. sel-3t
FOK KKNT $257.0 NEAtt" UN^""LN l'AKK : j
pretty bay-window brick of ?i rooms and tiled J
bath; good T' pair: cellar and furnace. I.. F. 1 . |
I PRINCE. 721 Bond building. se1-3t
' 1_?"?It RE NT To A ~PES~I I! A B Llfc<7LO 1: F. I' FAM
lly NKi 22(1 st.; a modern brick: s rooms, bath.
I cellar; hot water heat. I'er month $.'15.50
WESCOTT A WILCOX. 1907 I'a. ave.
sel-w.f,sa.3t
j KOI: RENT - IS NEW APARTMENTS IN THE
I I*"?yd or Evan. cor. 16th alid A sts. s.e.; 4
rooms and bath: one block from terminus of
East <?p. cars. Open for inspection.
1 -elfit rilAS. E. BANES. 1321 F <>t.
j FOK KENT- " i
VW, 2027 I. 20r.b$7J?.oo
1 NW. 520 10tli.5r,b.40.00
i NW. 2031 I. 12&b.35.65
I NW, 1009 l2th.8r.U32.5u
j XVT.dH) B. storage
room 25.00
NW. M7 22.1. Sr. IS.50
NW. 2018 E. 6r.. .18.40
NW.Wi 4th. 3r...l7 0n
NF..110?i K. b.20.40
SW. "219 0th. 9r, b.28.50
SW.916 Va av.Br.b.22.92
SW.943 C. sr. b. J2.!Mi
OFFICES-NORTHWEST.
Central building, offices. I 468 La a?, office*.
Gunton building. offices. | 611 7th, offices.
N.W,, 520 10th, 5 rooms, 2d floor $40.00
Call at office for information regarding alley
properties, stable, etc., I have for rent.
For further information apply at office.
au31-tf J. W. I'll.1.1 NO. 14i?; p st. n.w.
FOR RENT OFtTsALE-ON EAST CAPITOL ST.
near U. S. Capitol and Congressional Library
two new three-story light brick nine-room
homes; porcelain plumbing throughout, lnclud
Ing wash trays and servants' toilet in cellar:
large front lawns and rear yards: electric gts
attachments; large pantry. Apply E. W. Mr
INTIRK. 224 C St. n.w., side entrance, he
tween 9 and 12 mornings, or phone Main 5BS7
during Banie hour*. au31-6t
SW, 925 0, fir, b..20.40
SW. 920 Vu av,4r. 1?1.50
SW. 025 C. Br. ...15.-50
SW.504 lltll. 5r. . 15.00
SAY.633 C. 4r . .13. !?> <
SW, 309 M. 4r 9.30
NK. Tit L. fir. b.. 22.50
SE. 1100 9th,13r,b.30.00
SE.iniS N C av,fir.17.50
SE.1102 9th, lOr. .15.91
APARTMENTS.
The Vlncetta, 5r,b.27.50
The Vincctta. 4r, 1)22.50
FOR RENT 1120 lfiTH ST. N.W.: 12 ROOMS,
2 bath;-: situation unsurpassed; $S5. KARRH'K
A- METCALF. 1320 N. Y. ave. au29-tf
For RENT
923 F s.w.. 5r. and large yard $13.50
940 Lettis st. s.w., 5r., w. and t. in yard 9.<i0
Flat. 1248 Rfaden^bnrg road. 4r 6.0b
Apply E. W. M. ENTIRE. 224 C st. n.w., side
entrance. between 9 and 12 mornings, or phone
Main 5587 during same hours. ati31-fit
FOR RENT?1374 F ST N.E.: HAS SIX ROOMS
and tiled bath; cellar under entire house; A
No. 1 furnace; good back yard: house has been
newly papered; r-nt Is onlv $21.50 per month.
JAMES F. SHEA, 043 Li. ave. n.w.
au30-m.w,f-tf
FOR If ENT -2o4 KENTITKY AVE. S.E.; *'?
rooms and bath. Kent, $22.50. 1 square from
Lincoln Park. au29-7t*
FOR RENT ? MODERN HOUSE; 11 ROOMS
and bath: 105 2d st. n.e.; on- square from
Capitol and Library; convenient to all c.->r
lines. Inquire 101 2d s( n o au30-14t*
FOR RENT?A CHARMING IIOl'SE. 25 FEET
wide, near Duyont Circle: $fio nio. by year.
THE CHARLES EARLY CO..
au2R-10t 615 14th st. n.w.
FOK RENT-BY B. F. SAI L CO.. 7TH & L N.W.
.1213 K nw,18r.2b$101.05
rorest Glen. 8r. b.
JorA,lb,'d 75.00
513 6th nw, lir, 2b.
Sta fV) cr
.'o'i I3th T?^' i2r b4.").5o
1>S * "f- ?F. b 80.5")
.? crlf'r fir b. 30.50
vln r. nw> Ir" b ??-s-50
/I0, rT' nw. 'J. b ..27.50
"w. 7r. h. .27.50
in? ? """? b. .25.50
H.,Q? nw' 0r- b- .25.50
r,H av. fir. h.25 5'i
nw- 6r- b.22.50
V,' c?rr?U se.fir.b.22.50
ITO. O sp. 6r, b. .22.50
??U ' hannin?, 6-h22 50
'.'40 Fla av nw.Or.b.lV.T)
?i]3? np. or. b. 15.30
?J- S nw. fir, w..15:jo
oUt cTu r,i- 5r' W H
? ??'1 Sherman av
nw, 57. w 13 50
?'?15 Kramer. 4r.w 8 50
i?30 14th 35.00
1339 R nw 20.50
filfi I,a av. basem't.8.00
230 II nw 7.50
COLORED TENANTS.
2.i20 12th nw.12r.b40.50
19<i2 9th nw.'Jr.b..30.50
725 4th nw. 7r. h..27.50
15",2 5th nw.7r.w..21.50
1723 Sea ton nw.4r.b20 50 .
(it! Pierce nw.fir.b. 19.50 j
2219 Water nw.Sr.wl2.50
2<>39 Gales ne.5r.wl2 ?">" !
927 V nw. 5r. w. 11.50!
529 Johnson ct nw,
4r. w 9.00
STABIJ5S.
Rear 1C13 19th nw,
garage 15.00 ;
R'r 2713 Gn nv. sta Sr
2 acres 12.00
Rear 1118 9th nw.
garage 10 00
R 2151 flth nw,4*tls10.00
Rear 1110 6th nw. 10.00
OFFICE ROOMS
STORES. '512 F nw. 3r. b. ..40.00
7th & Mass av nw..300;1361 C nw, -Ir, b. .25.00
NE cer14thARnw.fiS.00 5J2 F nw. Ir 10.00
153S 7th nw 50.00 l WAREHOUSES.
1705 14th nw 40.00 Freedman's alley..40.00
.tu2S-tf
FOR RENT?
COLORED TENANTS.
AN OPrORTCNITY FOR
GOOD COLORED TENANTS
TO LOCATE IN TIIE MOST
DESIRABLE SECTION OF
THE NORTHWEST.
We are Just completing a row of co
lonial-fro.-* brick houses on Florida
avenue between 16th aud 17th.
Beautifully finished in hardwood.
Six large rooms and bath; large
bu'-k yards; front lawns.
These are being rented very rapidly
to a select class of colored tenants.
Sample House Open.
MOORE & HILL. Inc..
au2S 20t 1333 G st. n.w.
FOR KENT?JI'ST lOMI'LETED? 714 TO 720
Morton st. n.w., a few doors off Brightwood
ave.: convenient to stores, ear lines and
schools; 6 large rooms and bath; concrete cel
lar: furnace heat: large back yard; iiont ,iwd;
colonial frvut porch. Will have to be seen to
be appreciated.
uu2S10t MOORE & HILL. Inc.. 1.333 G st.
FOR RENT?1218 I ST. N.E.; fi-ROOM AND
cellar brick; large yard; m.i.; newlv papered:
at $18.40. Key at 1220. F. W. TI CKER &
BRO.. 720 A st. n.e. aulO 30t*4
FOR RENT?SELECT NEIGHBOR
hood in northwest. Ten rooms and
bath. $28 50; suitable for roomers.
Also eleven rooms and bath. $38.50.
JOHN B. DALSH, 723 15th st. n.w.
au2K-9t,14
I FOR RENT?
633 4th ?r. n.e.; 8 rooms and bath; good con- |
! dition?$25.80.
C43 4th n.e.; 8 rooms and bath-$25 50.
\pplv CLIFTON LAI'GHLIN,
au26-10t 7^5 14th ?t. n.w.
i FoU RENT? I NFFRNISHKI).
HOl'SES.
15O0 S st. n.w.. 9r. and bath, furnace. . .$.'45.75
1207 20th st. n.w., 8 rooms and bath.... 27.50 i
FLATS.
"The Es?ex." 1422 N st n.w., 5r. and b. 30.50
"Ti'.e Chelsea." 2d and E sts. s.e., 5r , b. 27.5<J
STORES.
13i>4 (J st. i?.w . large 3-story building.
uith fine large store, tier year ! 600 ;
GASCI1 i BIRGE. i:'.2<i N. Y. ave. n.w. ]
au23-tf
i
FOR RENT
TO RENT PAYERS.
BEFORE YOU MAKE YOUR FINAL
RENTAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE
COMING YEAR LET US SHOW YOU
SOME SPLENDID NEW HOUSES IN THE
VERY BEST RESIDENTIAL SECTION
NORTHWEST THAT YOU CAN PUR
CHASE FOR THE SAME AMOUNT
MONTHLY THAT YOU ARE NOW PAY
ING OUT IN KENT. THE AMOUNT VOL
PAY OUT EACH MONTH ON OUR
RENTAL-PAYMENT PLAN FOR THE
PURCHASE OF HOMES REMAINS AL
WAYS THE SAME-A STATED SUM.
WHICH INCLUDES ALL INTEREST,
TAXES AND INSURANCE- A <U PAYS
OFF PRINCIPAL. LET US SHOW YOU
THE FOLLOWING HOUSES;
3179 18th st. n.w $75.00
1755 Kilbourne st. n.w 70.00 j
174U Kilbourne st. n.w 65.00 1
j 3109 18th st. n.w 67.50 1
j 3177 18th st. n.w 55.<>9 1
3158 18th st. n.w 55.00 j
3358 18th st. n.w 63.00 I
| 1810 Newton ?t. n.w 05.00 ;
Open for Inspection.
SWARTZELL, R11EEM & HENSEY CO.
727 15th st. n.w.
Jy28-w.f ui.tf
FOR RENT- 2::i 4 CHAMPLALN ST. N W. SIX
rooms un<! bath, brick; dry cellar: iarge yard
$19 5w. OWNER. 2322 Champlaln st. au27-14t
FOR RENT* -
2219 13TH ST. N.W.
6 rfioms. hath, furnace
heat; perfect condition.
RENT. $26.40.
E R TOWNSEND & CO., 1413 H st. n.w.
?u26-tf
FOR RENT A FINE BOARDING AND ROOM
!ng eou?e. 4!7 and 419 6th st. n.w. 28 room*
? nd 2 baths; not water heat. Established b'lsl
i *i< ss may Ik? purchaned at a reasonable pri 'tf.
Tite r<m is $125 per tun. JAMES F. SHrtA,
64,? Li. ave. u.w. au2-m,wdtf-lf-5
FOR RENT?HOUSES.
UNFURNISHED.
FOR RENT?
2:138 Ontario rd.. 0 mora!* and bath $22.50
1308 Lawrence st.. 10 rooms and bath... 35.00
14th and Irving sts. Rrookland. 7 rooms.. 16.00
2323 Ontario rd.. 6 rooms and bath 22 60
McLACHLKN BANKING CORPORATION.
nul7-tf 10th and G sts.
FOR RE NT?U N FCRNISHKD. "
?!2 18th. Sr. 2b. .$4">.0o; 2108 lOth.lRr.b y'r.4.00?
1732 K. 12r. 2b 1001 mi R. tlr. b ...45.00
1721 Q. 10r. b 65.00; 1RH R I mT. Mr. 2b.l30
1313 M. I2r. b 65.00
A few desirable furnished boose*.
Store. 1407 R ?t. n.w $30 per m?.
OFFICES.
Room. 2d floor. 815 14tb *t $30 per mac
STORK.
615 14th st $100 pet mo.
STONELEIGH COURT.
A few very desirable apartment* now meant la
Stoncleigh Court at from $50 to $16B per month.
rrroH. fox a brown.
Jy8-tf 1400 G at. n.w.
FOR RENT-BY J. L. KOT,B. 923 N. T. A VS.
222 North Capitol St.. 16r. and hath... .$85.00
1217 II st. n.w.. store and lOr. and b... 75.00
215 N. Cap. st.. 7r. and b., fi'rnace heat. 50.00
1649 K st. n.w.. 10 rooms and bath 45.00
Sift V st. n.e., llr., 2b.. hot-water heat.. 40.00
1242 10th st. n.w.. 11 rooms and bath.... 32.50
iinl!?-tf
FOR BENT UNFURNISHED?1818 M ST. N.W.;
0 rooms and bath; in excellent condition?$50.
L. W. GROOMES. 1410 G mt. n.w. Jy2&-tf,e8n
FOR RENT?1308 CONN. AVE.. ADJOINING
Rrltish and Austrian embassies; elegant resi
dence; 15 rooms; 3 baths; hot-water heat; board
ing hon*e keepers please not apply; low rent.
The PHILLIPS CO.. 330 John Marshall place.
au5-tf
FOR RENT?DWELLING 32C C ST. N.W.; 11
rooms, with bath; $41.10. R. THOMAS ROB
INSON. i:;2rt F n.w. anl2-rf
FOR RENT?2305 I STT N.W.; TWO^STORT
bay-window pressed brick; 7 rooms and bath;
modern improvements: rent. $23. Apply to
mi25-tf M. J. KEANE. 604 Colorado bldg.
WANTED?HOUSES.
WANTED 7 OR S ROOM WELL BUILT HOUSE
on the Heights; must be modern and hare no
objectionable surroundings. Price not over
$6.im>). Address. giving full particulars,
PROMPT BUYER. Box 251. Star office.
se3-2t
Wan ted-for an immkriate purchaser,
house on the Heights; must be modern and
have at least ft rooms. Write, giving full par
ticulars, to Box 249, Star office. se3-2t
WANTED?Ol T (IF TOWN CLIENT WHO HAS
recently invested $125,000 in Washington real
estate through me instructs me to invest another
large sum in good income property. Will buy
small houses, business property or large apart,
liousf. pay spot cash. Property submitted must be
real investment. I also have large sum for loans
at .V,. W.M. II. LANHAM, 021 13th n.w.
se2-7t,8
WANTED ? IN NORTHWEST, HOUSE; NIN E
rooms. 2 baths; full particulars. Address Box
235. Star office. se2-2t*
WANTED SMALL HOUSE IN DISTRICT.
Chevy Chase; particulars. Address Box 244.
Star office. se2-2t*
WANTED-TO BUY HOME IN CENTRAL N.W.
section; 8 to lor., h.-w. h.; Wash. Heights or
Mt. Pleasant; my lease is up; must buy im
mediately: state number, price and particulars.
Box 21H. Star office. sel-.tt
FORSALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
One cent a word for 15 words 3 time*.
FOR S \LE?ATLAS' ENGINE. 35 HORSEPOW- I
er; see running. 401 C st. n.w. se8-3t*
FOK SALE ? INDIAN MOTOR FAN. FIRST- I
class condition; cheap; will demonstrate. 818
!>th n.w. se3-3t* '
CLEARANCE SALE OF NEW DROPHEAD SEW
ing machines taken in exchange for the Davis
Vertical Feed.
Automatic Standard $17.00
White $15.00
oiympia $10.00
Singer, round bobbin $H.OO
Demorest $10.00
National Grand $S.oo
Household $7.00
T>omcstic $0.0<(
Wheeler & Wilson $5.0i>
S'-3-3t DAVIS AGENCY, 913 Oth st. n.w.
FINE $30n MILTON UPRIGHT PIANO; $!>8
cash: Fisher upright. $<57. LAWRENCE'S,
506 ioth. Tuning. $1 50. m-2-.'it*
FOR-SALE?LOT OF GOOD SECOND-HAND
material, windows, etc. E. M. VAN NESS.
SilS N. Y. ave. sel-3t*
WILL SACRIFICE MAGNIFICENT $4o0 HEL
lcr cabinet grand upright piano for $150; per
fect condition. 937 New York ave. n.w.
sel-3t?
A PIANO FOR YOUR SUMMER COTTAGE,
SOMETHING NEW,
$50.00.
WM. KNABE k CO.,
1218-1220 F st. n.w.
au31-tf.2R
SPECIAL PRICES ARE OFFERED ON ALL 1900
styles of pianos to make room for new models.
New pianos from $140 up. Used pianos from
$85 for uprights and $15 for squares.
Sohmer, Bias!us, Emerson, Baldwin, Regent
and Worch pianos.
HUGO WORCH, 1110 G n.w.
au31-10d
FOK SALE-PAIR ANTIQUE! ANDIRONS, FINE
old mahogany sideboard and clawfoot dining
tnble, etc. 134.") L st. ti.w. au30.sel,3.4*
FOR SALE
GREAT BARGAIN.
Handsome upright piano, in beautiful condi
tion. slightly used, for only $165 cash; one of
our best instruments; unusual opportunity for
quick buyer: easily worth $250; cost new $375;
flue stool and scarf go with It and one year's
tuning free, and guarantee five years.
GRIMES' PIANO STORES,
au2?-12d 1212 F st.
MORE BIG PIANO BARGAINS!
Rfllable make uprights in walnut and mahog
nny cases, guaranteed 10 years, $175, $185, $200,
$225: all on $5 monthly payments; no Interest
charged. Open evenings till 9. HELBIG BROS.,
estab. 27 years, 1742 7th. su21-tf
PIANOS?UPRIGHT PIANOS?MID - SUMMER
sale. See the bargains that we are offering.
They have been used, but are good makes.
Prices. $185. $190, $100 and $75. It will par
you to see them. CHAS. SI. STIEFF. !00rf
1010 F st. n.w. J. C. CONLIFF, .Manager
aul4-tf
PIANO PRICES ARE AT "ROCK BOTTOSI"
THIS MONTH. A number of high grade In
struments returned from rental and taken in
exclunge for player-pianos are offered at a
fra<-ti n their worth for quick clearance. Easy
terms. Knabe uprights. $225. $U.">0 iind $325;
Stieff $200; Kimball, $150; Hardman. $300;
Shonlnger. $2".iO; Huntington. $175; Vose baby
grand. $550. Make your selection now.
O. J. De.MOLL A CO.. cor. 12th and G sta.
anil lOd
59c ? LA ROE BOTTLE PURE SHERWOOD
whisk v. 59c: but yon must bring this "nd"
with yon. JOHN WEDDERBURN CO.. 616
F st. n.w. Jy30-f.sa.Sa.4m,4
SAFES?FULL LINE OF FIREPROOF SAFES
at our salesroom; safes bought and sold and
exchanged. Write or telephone. Will send rep
resentative. YORK SAFE AND LOCK CO..
JeH-tf.5 5 7 W. German st.. Baltimore. Md.
FOK SALE - GOOD QUALITY OPAQUB
shades, fitted to your windows, only '!5c: tha
best quality oil opaque shades, 00c, 'hung free.
We ch 11 with samples. KLEEBLATT'S, Uth
' " ' ~->K-tf
and II stf n.e. ?P
SHOWCASE AND STORK FIXTURES.
JOHN C. SCHEREE, JR.. MFG. CO..
de4-tf Baltimore.
FOR SALE BUSINESS PROPERTY.
A BARGAIN IN \ BUSINESS PROPERTY?A
well appearing and substantial 3-story pressed
brick building; well located on one of the prin
cipal business sts., which Is rapidly Improving.
*1K.0<?0.
RENTING FOR $1,600 PER YEAR
to a rc-ponsiblc tenant, who has occupied *-arae
as a business stand for some years.
-MOORE A HILL (Inc.). 1333 G st. n.w.
au31-5t
GET OUR BIG FOR RENT LIST.
$4,500.
FOR SALE A VAI CABLE BUSINESS CORNER
bet ween 14th and lltb st. cars. An excellent
cor:i? r for u grocerymun. Contains 8 rooms.
Now rented for *40 per month; Jus' think of
it. and we ci n sell it for $4,500. subject to a
trust of $3.01 mi. which can be paid off.
BOSS A PHELPS line.), 910 Uth n.w.
au30-5t
GET OUR BIG FOR RENT LIST.
$17,500.
FOR SALE THE MOST VALUABLE BFSI
ness proiM rty m Washington: u section where
values are enhancing every day; we?t side of
14tli st. near U: the lot is IO.\12?l to public
alley: excellent lot for any business; best lo
cation for 5-cont theater.
ROSS d: PHELPS Cine.), 910 14th n.w.
__aii30-5t ?-?
FOR SALE?LOTS.
FOR SALE -STABLE SITE; 7.000 So. FEET
surrounded by puv.si alleys; le-ar Washington
Circle; sell for about price of assessment Box
227, Star office. Se2-3t*
HEALTH MOVEMENT.
\ I a VI SCIENCE OF HEALTH; NATFRAL,
n??ii Hiirpl'*Hl: cloth-hound. 4<i-)-pag?* Ih??*k fn*t\
Apply by uiail. Mil Free
lectuxe for women, Tuesday, 3 p.m.
A
FOE SALE?HOUSES.
FOR SALE-columbia HEIGHTS BARGAIN.
Man?Isotn<' 10-room 3-storv lioti*e taken in
trade: price out accordingly; hot-water licnt:
tiled biith and tiled kitchen; located on nnc of
the choicest midcnce streets; tleep lot; iphm]
alley: constructed l?jr builders vrbtxe names
stand f.?r quality; price, $7..VK). See us. we
w.int an offer.
MOORE A: HILL (Inc.). 1333 G St. n.w.
FOR SALE?II< ?T-WATER HEATED HOUSE. CO
LUMBIA HEIGHTS.
Six rooms; two stories; cellar; very attrae
tire; only $4.2uO gets this.
MOORE A HILL (Inc.*. 1333 G sf. n.w.
FOR SALE- AIUSTOt R.n.v. STREET, JL'ST OFF
DITOXT CIRCLE.
Twelve rooms; 3 stories; hot-water heat ; first
Boor kitchen; very few house* for sale In this
immediate neighborhood; $12,500.
MOORE Sc HILL (Inc.), 1333 G st. n.w.
FOR SALK-BL.)(t.MI.Nui?ALE BARGAIN^
Here s a real pick-up in a six-room, two
story house; every modern convenience; Rood
Clw?? Aji'j on'? t't.ffiO; easily worth $5,000.
MOORE A- flILL (Inc.), 1333 G st. n.w.
*-OR SALE?CLOSE TO ONE OF CITV'S Fl.\r,-l
1 ARKS.
A most attractive !)-room bouse, with every
thing desired in a model home; reduced for
purpose .?f quick sale to $5,975; don't tnlss
seeing this if you are in the market for a
hxV;T J" anything like this price.
~ 1 JORE A 11 ILL (Inc.), 1333 (i st. n.w,
FOR SALE?CENTRAL northwest "
Seven rooms.
Side light.
Three ear lines.
*4.000.
MOORE A- MILL (Inc.). 1333 g st. n.w.
FOR SALE NEAR low A CIRCLE.
v 7?1?1 bouse; 13 rooms; wide frontage; two
baths; steam he.it; $:?,000.
Moore A- HILL (Inc.). 1333 G at. n.w.
FOR SALK-MONRoE STREti NKAK iTriTl
at sacrifice; residence ?*ered
MOORE A HILL (Inc.)" 1333 G st. n.w.
FOR SALE -SOI"Til EAST INVESTMENT.
storie-l? a?w. <!;r,?"I.n bou8??" two and a half
\uu?,x?'n.u,,:5W; l"-I'-e. $2,150.
- A1(),>RE A- HILL (Inc.), 1333 <; st. n.w.
FOSlTA^^:ATrKACTIVE SOUTHEAST IimfE
able- iS SS; 0 storit's: deeP lot; very 'lesir
M.i.fe-T H,,.,. IM. ?.
? OR SE NEAR 8T11 AND I) SOUTHEAST.
fron,age: modertt bHth:
Moore A- HILL (Inc.), 1333 G St. n.w.
FOHmGimkaikmoxt strekt- columbia
d4pt;r*5t5V(M)hfHn<>; Hn" edition; lot 150 feet
Moore A HILL (Inc.). 1333 p St. n.w.
KO,.sr b urban'' tuirsF^ semidetached
g^phb?th00ras sfani heat; cellar;
Slr; |"5W feet of ground; I" Sood
Moore a HILL (Inc.), 1333 G st. n.w.
FOll SALE?COLUMBIA ROAD, $3.300 1
A six-room hot-water heated house In ex
1S a charne to get a
MOORE A- HILL (Inc.), 13.^3 G st n ?.
FOR SALE ? NEW HOl'SE W **{Htvf"Tf?v
HEIGHTS SECTION. WASHINGTON
lotl^/Mo'8' 8,1 In"dern Improvements; good
MOoKE A HIIX (Inc.). 1333 g' st. n.w.
FOR SALE?NEAR 11TH AND F northeast
...! i HT npw house; good furnace and all
up-to-date Improvements; $4,000.
MOORE A HILL (Inc.). 1333 G st n w
FO" ARK^CUEAPEST HOUSE IX CLEVELAND
Beautiful eight-room cottage; two storle*
and attic; furnace; good frontage; choice resl
dence street; $0,500. This is an opportunity
as It is the only house in the Park for sale
at ko low a prii-o.
M<W>RE A HILL (Inc.), 1333 G st. n.w.
FOR.SALE ENGLISH RASEMENT HOME ~
MriknS>niS:,J',:s/Tll''nt condition; $5,000.'
MOORE A HILL (Inc.), 1333 G st. n.w.
FOR SALE-NEAR 14TH AND Q northwest
Ten rooms; modern; 20-Toot frontage; south
ern exposure; $4,650.
MOORE A HILL (Inc.). 1333 G st. n.w.
FOR SALE?columbia HEIGHTS ~
Choice residence street: ?-room house; hot
: T,!r-T "'tractive; $0,750
moore a- hill (inc.), 1333 <; it. n.w.
Foil SALE? OPPOSITE LARGE CITV PARK.
Nine rooms; modern conveniences; excellent
condition; very well built; $?,00(>.
MOORE A HILL (Inc.). 1333 G st. n.w.
FOR SALE?NEW HOUSE, SOUTHEAST"
n<'TrV,iU)nr0i"11ii LWo s,"rles: bot-water beat;
near Lincoln Park; gf?>d street* ?4 750
MOORE A HILL (Inc.,. 1333 * It n.w.
FOR SALE?NEAR 14TH AND Q.
flight rooms; all on two floors; nearly 22 feot
witngrc', deep lot to good alley; this house cost
sell if t" $Tai)0?wner wauts mouey un,J
">RE A- HILL (Inc.), 1333 G st. n.w.
SA L E-1N VESTM ENT *
In small bricks; rent, $1,182; price, $1,150:
"Hi rented.
r'*'RE * HILL (Inc.), 1333 G st. n.w.
?ALE- NORTHEAST HOME. "
J rooms; two stories; $2,750
JoitL A HILL (Inc.). 1333 G st. n.w.
FO" IV'*- rx FASHIONABLE WEST END
r(*'rns? three stories ami attic; 22'-.
feet wide; hot-water heat; two baths; verv
attractive home; $12,000
MOORE A HILL (Inc.), 13.33 G st. n.w.
rOR SALE?SUBURBAN HOME. ~
Here's one of the best things in a cheap
suburban property out Chevy Chase way we
eVe? ha<1 lo offer- T,'e Prbe is only
W.&jO, the pro[)erty consists of an eight
room two-storv house, with cellar and bath
two-story stable; 7.500 feet of ground. This
Is a bargain.
MOORE A HILL (Inc.). 1333 (J st. n.w.
FOR,SALE GOOD LOCATION northwest
Six rooms; furnace; wide lot; convenient to
three car lines; onlv $3,700
MOORE A IIILL (inc.). 1333 G st. n.w.
FOR SALE?EAST CAPITOL STREET '
la[Len<lot,aUi wlth tWo furnace;
Moore a hill (inc.). 1333 c. st. n.w
FOFORVpHi^UV,>,E COUXKK CITABLE
h?"8e: >"?'-"'ater beat; nearly
as Regards car HBu>g ?ceP?una,,y well located
MOORE A IIILL (Inc.). 1333 G st. n.w.
FOR SALE- INVESTMENT NORTHWEST.
Six rooms; large i?t; wide alley; rent S30ti
per year; price $3,250. '
MOORE A HILL (Inc.), 1333 G st. n.w.
FOR SALE?SOUTH WEST!
^ |Te;r<K>m brick; two-storv house* bath* One
_MOORE A HILL (luc*.), 1333 G st. n.w.
for SALE-STORE and DWELLING OF ?
rooms mid bath: rent. $50 per month- In ex
cellent condition; splendid business location
if sold at once. $5,500. C. A. RHODES. 1321
st. n.w. se3-3t
I OR SALE?CHEAP?OR RENT?EIGHT-room
house; new; lot 37 feet front; all modern itii
provements; price, $5,000; $;t(K) cash, monthly
p^ments. Inquire OWNER. H?H Jl IT,"*
for SALE-SNAP; BEST SECTION BLOOM
Ingdale. 7 roomit, bath, furnace, ijorches* iter
home; or will rt*nt for r?rt pri-.0
$4,775. MORAN A GOLDENBERC. ,^ VX.'
n.w.
for SALE?AT 4th and SHEPHERD STS.
u.w., several 'leautiful new homes; stucco
fronts; thoroughly well built; lots 20% feet
wide; six and sev. n room* and bath; servant s
toilet; large porches; t.ay windows; steam
*Ia--:n finlshcd! handsomely throughout; price.
* 1 ; exceptionally easy terms; always open.
HARRY A. WAGSTAFF.
Exclusive Agent,
?tot Hlh st T1W- Phone Main 3r?.
for SALE-ON VARNl'M ST., PETWORTII \
comparatively ,,ew brick and stu.co kemi-de
tuclied home of , rooms, reception hall and
bath, concrete cellar, steam heat, large attic;
."I1'1, 8,"C roof: front and rear arches;
lot 21x143 to alley; excellent garden: in per
fect condition. Price reduced to $5,150.
HARRY A. WAGSTAFF,
|M)4 14th st. n.w.
FOR SALE-NEAR NTH AND VARNUM STS.,
Pet worth, a beautiful semi-detached brick
home; - rooms, recejuion hall and bath: con
cre.e cellar; hot-water heat; lot 23'.xl00 to
alley. Price. $.r>.4(??.
HARRY A. WAGSTAFF, /
W<4 14th st. n.w.
FOR SALE?BEAUTIFUL CORNER HOUSE ON
Kansas av?>., Petworth; detached: !? rooms, re
ceiMion hull and tiled bath; concrete cellar:
hot-water heat; lot contains 4,4S?i sq. feet,
with alley in rear: slate roof; large i?orche>;
large closets; burglar alarms; coal and gas
ranges. Cost owner $0,500. Price for uulck
sale, $t>,20U. A bargain at this pricf-.
HARRY A. WAOSTAFF.
JI04 14th st. n.w.
FOR SALE?ON 8TI1 ST.. PETWORTH. ONE
Of the best homes in this section; Just com
pleted: excellent surrouudiugV.; six rooms, re
ception hall and bath: furnace heat; covered
brick front porch; concrete cellar: lot 2oxD5 to
alley; two party walls. Price, $4,200.
HARRY A. WAGSTAFF.
!!04 14th st. n.w.
FOIt SALE ?A CORNER- <Tn WlClFsTEIt ST..
Petworth. completi'ly detached: contains 5
rooms, reception hall and bath: lot 4iixlisi to
15-foot alley; concrete cellar; house piped for
furnace. Price, $3.75c.
HARRY A. WAGSTAFF
!XJ4 14th st. n.w.
FOR SALE-ON TAYLOR ST., I'kTwoPtTT
between 8th and !?tii sts , one of the finest
semi-detached homes in UiU section- contains
7 iwins. reception hall and bath, cellar, Meain
heat, attic, laundry, front porch; lot 40\130
Price. $5,5oo contJUio"; ^-autiful lawn.
HARRY A. WAGSTAFF,
- 1H)4 14th st. n.w.
??'OR SALE-ON K ST. BETVVEEX 13TH AND
It!.I 1 beautiful 2-story red pressed
brick home, contains o rooms and Ijatir heated
alle!a "y 1K'r,h; ,01 17x70 10-foot
? : ["Har houses r<*ut!n? for S20.rni \wr
Sn: v;ry]y "?
dition. I lice for quii-k sale, $2,S00.
HARRY A. WAGSTAFF,
' 004 14th st. n.w.
F?Jl ,SALBrONLY $Mi? CASH AND $15~iroXTiL
ty Tor extra fine new colonial brick house on
nunibered st. n.e facing wide aveni.e; 0 splen
did rooms, tiled bath: furnace heat* g and
oar^ain at $3,050; much cheaper toavi* i?avin?*
IVIlt. e
^lU^E. GIBBS A DANIEL, 115 13TH.
FOR SALE thoroughly MODERN sHT
room house, with automobile sin d in Blooiu
iuirdale, for $::,7oo.
C. A. RHODES. 1321 G at. n.w. |
FOB SALE?HOUSES.
FOR SALE
BEAUTIFUL NEW RESIDENCE.
DECIDES) BARGAIN.
Most desirably located on the HEIGHTS.
CVse to .the main car lines. An abundance of
ground. Space for garage or stable.
ONLY fs.250.
Elegantly constructed house, solidly built,
massive: Hah- rate woodwork of GENUINE
OAK THROUGHOUT, skillfully polished. ^Nln,
rooms?four on first floor. Including library and
kitchen. Three on second floor and tbre* on
third rloor. Planned to admit of the proper
furniture arrangement, as well as for light and
ventilation? the back rooms as bright ana cheer
ful as the front.
TWO TILED BATHROOMS.
Magnificently equipped. The very latest and
most expensive tittitigs. including pedestal
washstands.
SEVEN LARGE CLOSETS.
hot-water heat?
th-> "Gurney" heater, absolutely the best, with
instantaneous water heater connecting.
SERVANTS' STAIRWAY AND TOILET.
TWO-STORY RACK PORCH, overlooking an
entire square, an unobstructed view?quite es
sential from a light and air standpoint.
EXPENSIVE LIGHTING FIXTURES for both
ELF> 7TRKTTY AND GAS.
The manu-ls are exquisite. Heavy plate glass
mirror in door <>f cloak closet, also In consol.
LAUNDRY ROOM. Light, dry cellar full
spread of the house, with front and rear en
trances.
Ten-foot ceilings. The floors are beautifully
laid, dressed and polished. Large pantry.
The kitchen ventilation has l>een cared for by
providing the latest "Johnson" device to carry
off smoke and odors. Solid oak dresser.
Tliis house was built entirely by day's labor
and not l>y subcontract, thereby effecting a
great saving, the benefit of which the future
owner gets.
The house is not "hemmed" in by others. A
spacious lawn in the front and side view, with
the open square in the rear, which cata never
be built upon, prevents this.
The price is $h.250. It would be a cheap
propertv at $10,000.
DON'T THINK OF BUYING WITHOUT SEE
ING IT.
BELT. O'BRIEN & CO. (Inc.).
130ft G st. n.w.,
se.T.'t.cSu Alit.
FOR SALE
HANDSOME HOME.
NEW. JUST ACROSS THE NEW
CONNECTICUT AVE. BRIDGE.
ENTIRELY DETACHED.
A RESIDENCE OF STRIKING INDIVIDUALITY.
ALL FRONT ROOMS.
PRICE ONLY $15,000. ON TERMS.
This residence la bound to please the most
critical. WIDE, CENTER ENTRANCE. Larg
rooms. Spacious entrance hall. Broad stair
cas". Drawing room, library, dining room,
butler's pantry and kitchen on 1st floor. Four
huge bedrooms and two tiled bathrooms on
second floo/. Third floor or attic is suitable
for bedrooms, servants' quarters and storage
space. Cellar full spread of the house. Serv
ants' toilet here. Hot-water heat. ' Beautiful
woodwork.
FRONTAGE OF OVER 60 FEET Bl'
ABOUT 125 FEET DEEP.
Those seeking an attractive residence of an
individual character where you won't be "hem
med lu" by other houses should see this fine
home.
BELT. O'BRIEN & CO., Inc.. 1309 G at. n.w.
seS-St.eSn
FOR SALE
ATTRACTIVE DETACHED HOME
LOT 25x120.
GRAND LOCATION, CLOSE TO 16TH ST.
AND PARK ROAD. BEAUTIFUL SURROUND
INGS,
First floor, trimmed In beautiful quartered
oak. four rooms on this floor? parlor, library,
dining room, pantry and kitchen. Four large
rooms and tiled bath on second floor. The third
or attic floor has a finished front room and
servants* room or storage space.
Concrete cellar. Ilot-water heat. Beautiful
mantels. Spacious (torches front and rear.
ALL FRONT ROOMS.
This is a splendidly built house and cheap at
We will loan $6,500 on the property.
BELT. O'BRIEN k. CO.. Inc., 1309 G St. n.w.
8o3-5t eSu
FOR SALE?
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT TILL 9 P.M.
MARVELS OF BEAUTY.
WITHOUT DOUBT THE GREATEST HOME
VALUE EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY.
SIX SAFE AND SANE RESIDENCES.
PRICE, $8,250. MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
3210 to 3220 13th st. n.w.
Beautiful Columbia. Heights.
Open day and night till 9 p.m.
Three sold. Three for sale.
We don't want you to buy on the Impulse of
the moment. We want vou to SEE THESE
HOUSES AND COMPARE THEM WITH ALL
FOR SALE, then your comparison and medi
tation will bring you back to these SAFE
AND SANE HOMES?always to be as you
first see. So properly built that deterioration
is remote. No frocks nor frills. No "pink
tea" decorations, but the BEST residence
property for the best people?truly safe, sane.
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS has as Its citizens
some of the best element of Washington. They
bought their homfs here because they deem it
the best place to live. High elevation: unsur
passed car facilities; churches, schools and
stores at hand.
13tli st. between Kenyon st. and Park road,
where these residences are located. 1? the
prettiest block In the' section. Spacious lawns
on either side of the very wide street. Not
an off-place to leave the family In the hus
band's absence.
THE HOUSES have fronts of stone and
brick. Not subject to stain or atmospheric
conditions. Stone and brick porches?far bet
ter than wooden structures. The essential
servants' (front cellar) entrance.
The first floor has parlor, library (or recep
tion ball), dining room, pantry and kitchen.
The second floor has three Immense bed
rooms and tiled bath; four large closets on this
floor.
The third floor (full height) has two large
rooius and tiled bath; three closets on this
floor. An air space above. Both bathrooms
are unsurpassed In equipment; pedestal, por
celain washstands. very expensive medicine
cabinets, large tubs.
Hall -consol mirror, as well as plate-glass
mirror door to cloak closet in reception hall.
THE WOODWORK THROUGHOUT IS OF
GENUINE OAK. FINISHED AS SMOOTH AS
VELVET.
THE GURNEY HOT-WATER HEATER.
REAR STAIRWAY OF SOI.II) OAK. Laun
drv tubs. Two-story rear porch.
ELECTRIC LIGHTS THROUGHOUT. Most
exquisite lighting fixtures. Expensive mantels
and decorations. Servants' conveniences.
Numerous other vital features essential to
the making of SAFE, SANE AND SANITARY
residences.
Wide, deep lots (140 feet deep) to alley.
Thirty-foot front lawn.
COME OUT. BRING THE FOLKS.
Open till 9 p.m. daily.
BELT. O'BRIEN & CO.. Inc..
se3-5t.eSu I.W.I (} st. n.w.
FOR SALE-WYOMING AVENUE.
NEAR CONNECTICUT AVENUE.
HAM (SUM EST IA )CATI? ?N
W A SI 11 NOT* )N HEM JHTS.
.*12.000 HOUSE.
EXCEPTIONAL CHANCE TO SECURE
MOST ATTRACTIVE HOME.
J. B. WIMER. HEAL EST., 12ol G ST.
se2 3t
l'OR SALE?TEN-ROOM AND BATH PRESSED
brick and brownstone front; near three cur
lines; concrete cellar; lot to 30-foot alley.
OWNER. 145 1Mb st. n.o.
FOR SALE-.'! U N.W.; BEST LOCATION
B'ootningdale; south front; 6r. & tiled batli;
pnssed-brlck front, brownstone trimmings; large
cellar: furnace lieat. Apply on premises. Owner.
se2-7t*4
FOR SALE FOR LIMITED TIME FRAME RES
ide^iee, on "Heights," containing ten bright
rcoms and bath, ut price far below value: busi
ness, no fake replies. Box 236, Star office.
se2-3t*4
FOR SALE
Columbia Heights between 1-ltli and 14tl> n.w.
1340 Kenyon si. open for Inspection.
Three-story houses; nine rooms, two baths;
on one of the best streets on Columbia
Heights; deep lots; wide, improved alley on
rear; room for garage; conveniently arranged;
trimmed throughout in hard wood; puneled
dining room: expensive mantels; Gurney hot
water heater. As to constriction, see them; If
you know unythlm; about It. the houses will
speak for themselves. If you do not,, bring
some one with you who does. See them before
purchasing elsewhere; open every day uutll
dart. .
For sale exclusively ut $7,?0.i by
ALEX. MILLAR. Owner and Builder.
201S 1st st. n.w. 1215 Ohio avc. n.w.
sei-::t
FOR SALE-$5,300.
HALF St?l"ARE OF BRITISH EMBASSY.
A full tliree-story house; !i rooms and bath;
lot over 17 feet wide. A rare chance to secure
a good home In a choice loom Ion at a low
price.
STONE Jt FAIRFAX.
sel-3t 1342 New York avc.
FOR SALE?IN BEST PART OF KLOOMINO
dale. six room house, with reception hall: hard
wood: 3 fine mantels; rear (Kirches; large yard
to paved alley: to lie sold without agent's com
mission. OWNER, Box 137, Star office.
sei ::t*
FOR SALE?SMALL HOME, NEW, N.W.: THE
biggest snap in a new home ever offered in
the West End: 0 rooms, tiled bath: furnace;
over 22 feet wide; deep lot; only $3,075, on
easy terms.
MOORE & HILL (Inc.), 1333 fi st. n.w.
au31-4t
FOR SALE BEST BARGAIN IN THE CITY
for a business man: Vt. ave. near N st.; 12
rooms; steam heat; 2-story brick stable;
FORCED SALE; I13.5H0. of which $10,000
can run three years at .V.. Key at my office.
GEO. Y. WORTUINUTON. 1410 U u.w.
au30-7t
FOE SALE?HOUSES.
FOR SAI.E-$7.5flO?
VERY CENTRAL.
Nftp ll'th st. anil Xfw York ?v?.
Wo offer * decided bargain In a t W"1 ve-poom
bous> in this choice downtown 1 nation. The
room* aw hII largo. and every one is an out
side room. The lot is a very > alttable one.
25x103 to alley.
Room for slnblV.
This Is unusually good value. nn<l will make
a good home, investment or is riluakle for
business.
STOVE A- FAIRFAX.
se3 2t 1342 New York ave.
FOR SAL.E?
A magnificent northwest corner at an ex
tremely low j?rlce: $4.<*m) und-r value; dolight
ful situation: one square from Hith st.; the
corner of a numbered and lette r! -t.: sou Ii<m
and ea?;ern exposure. Price. tlil.SlM: worth
e\ery cent of $15.o?x>; formerly h? :d at $l$.OoO.
and carrie<l a loan of $10,000. Within the las;
year or two over $2,500 has l>een spent on the
house. making It modern and up-to-date: steam
heat, cabinet mantels, open fireplaces, two
bathrooms, front and rear stairway; four r>>oins
on the first floor, eight sleeping: room*; cellar;
laundry. This ia undoubtedly the most attrac
tive corner residence ever offered under $!5.tK)0.
Sold subject to a first deed of trust of $7.5<k>
loaned by one of the most conservative money
lenders In Washington. His valuation at the
time of making the loan was $15,000.
STONE A- FAIRFAX. 1342 NEW YORK AVE.
FOR SALE S4.1KKI.
A remarkably cheap corticr on Columbia
Heights: southern and eastern exposure. One
of the most comfortable low-priced homes we
have ever offered. Two stories and cellar: fur
nace heat: porcelain tub: sanitary plumbing:
lot 32.(1 by 104. The ground alone is worth
almost tin- price asked. The owner, about to
niove to another city, wishes to make a quirk
sale. You i an get a bargain in tills comfortable
little house.
STONE A; FAIRFAX. 1342 New Y'ork live.
FOR SALE?REDl7! EI) TO $77vkT "
An eight-room dwelling on R st. between 15th
anil 10th sts. This is a well improved square;
many expensive dwellings. !>>t IK by SC> to a
public alley. Good-s:zc<l rooms, high ceilings.
Reasonable terms.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New Y'ork ave.
FOR SAi,E~
UNDER VAM E.
Price. $7,750.
<>n the Hi iglits.
West of 14lh.
A new house; three stories: twelve (12? rootus
and two i2) baths. NOT A TWO FAMILY
FLAT. lust the place for one neediug many
Mnjoms.
HOT WATER HEAT.
STONE & FAIRFAX.
1342 New Y'ork ave.
FOR SALE
The I>est proposition ever offered on Columbia
Heights for $7.5<jo. A brand-tiew house, ready
for occupancy: ten rooms; two bathrooms; two
stairways; hot-water heat: parquet flooring on
the first and second stories; wide covered ce
ment porch; expensive decorations. Must b'"
seen to lie appreciated.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New Y'ork ave.
FOR SALE?
Rednced from $7,000
to $5,.MHt
FOR a QFICK SALE.
Out-of-town owner notifies us that if we oan
dispose of her house within the next week she
will stand a material loss. At this low price
It is a remarkable bargain.
INTERSECTION OF NFMBERED AND
Lettered streets.
Short distance from Carnegie Library.
Two stories ajld cellar.
Four 141 rooms on a floor.
20 feet wide.
Southern exposure.
Within a square of two car lines, near high
school*, churches, market and f> minutes' walk
to the downtown section.
STONE A- FAIRFAX. 1342 New Y'ork ave.
FOR SALE-IDEAL ?-ROOM~ AND RATH COR
ner brick residence n.e.; a.m.I.; worth $3.oo0;
I owner has to have some cash; sacrifice $2,000
and make terms very easv.
NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 1423 F.
sol-3t
FOR SALE-NEW HOUSES; 0 ROOMS AND
bath: excellent location on heights n.w.; prlep,
*4.000; only $3>M) ousii required.
NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 142! F
sol-3t
FOR SALE?ft-ROOM AND BATH MODERN
brick home; 3500 block 10th st. n.w.; small
cash payment, balance easv; asking price,
I $4,250.
| NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 1423 F.
sel-3t
FOR SALE?S-ROOM BRICK HOME; 130"
block 8th st. n.w.; large lot; stable in rear:
great bargain at $5..'$50; terms; sell to colored
party. *
! NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 1423 F.
sel-3t
i FOR SALE
ATTENTION, HOME BUYERS!
INVESTORS AND SPECULATORS
SEE WHAT WE OFFER.
A CORNER RESIDENCE
At the Intersection of two wide th.ough streets.
0N COLUMBIA HEIGHTS.
Reduced from $X,500
to
$6,500,
A saving of $2,000 to an immediate purchaser.
As the result of an exchange we offer this
handsome corner at a price at which the build
ing alone could not be duplicated for, to say
nothing of the valuable corner lot.
Size 45i.Su.
A very atractive. round bay-window resi
dence. three stories and cellar; 11 rooms and
bath; modern plumbing: every room an outside
room, bright and airy.
This is one of the greatest bargains that has
ever been offered on Coluunibla Heights. See
us at once to lnsi<ect.
ST^iiNE & FAIRFAX,
sel-3t 1342 New Y'ork ave.
FOR SALE?SIX-ROOM DOUBLE WEATHER
Ixiarded cottage; modern bath: furnace, coal
and gas ranges; concrete cellar under entlr*
house; gas and electricity; lot either 50x137
i$3,100i or 100x137 t$3.800i: one minute from
car. with concrete walk; 30th and Newton sts..
Mount Rainier. Md.
FRANK J. STRYKER,
1023 Florida avenue n.er
au3Q-7t
FOR SALE?
No. 831 3d st. n.e.
Near Union station and H street cars: ft
rooms and bath, n-w; Ikix type; all light rooms.
Price. $-'!.5o0.
THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST CO..
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT. uu20-tf
FOR EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE? BFSINESS PROPERTY NEAR
Fort Mver. Va.: brick building. ?S0 feet front;
livinjr rooms and large stable, storage rooins,
etc.; doing prosperous business; price of prop
ertv, $4,000, clear: trade for city property.
NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 1423 F.
sel-3t
FOR EXCHANGE?2<10-ACRE FARM. MONT
gotnery Co., Md.. 2 mil?s from District line;
one of the finest gentlemen's estates in the
county: resilience has latest improvements und
excellent outbuildings; price, $40,000, clear;
trade for city Improved property or apartment
house. A. M. Dl'CKETT. charge Farm Dept.
NEW Y'ORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS. 1423 F.
sel-3t
FOR EXCHANGE?APARTMEVf HOl'SE, !'
apartments; rents $2,700 year: price, $25,000;
trade subject to small trust for good house.
NEW Y'ORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 1423 F.
sol-3t
FOR EXCHANGE?WILL EXCHANGE A GOOD
6-room modern house in Kloomlngdalo for a lot
In Petworth. Price of the house, *4,i*>0.
sel-3t C. A. RHODES. 1321 G st. n.w.
WINDOW CLEANING.
WINDOWS, HOl'SE AND OFFICES ?'LEANED.
MODERATE PR1CB*. LEON I. CAIIOON,
ACME WINDOW CLEANING <?..
1006 F ST. N.W. PHONE MAIN 7159.
jyl?-W)t,4
" STEAMSHIPS^
CLARK'S CRUISE OF THE "CLEVELAND.'
1,000 tons, iuand-new,
superbly fitted.
Safety. Comfort. Maximum Convenience.
ONE STEAMER FOR THE ENTIRE CRUISE.
With Elevator. Grili oom. Gymnasium, Deck
Swimming Pool.
FROM NEW YORK. OCTOBER lfi, 1?00.
Nearly four months, costing only $050 AND
FP, including all necessary expenses; princely
traveling in balmy climates; entertainments,
lectures, card parties and ciiaporonage for ladles.
SPECIAL FEATURES?MADEIRA, EGYPT,
INDIA. CEYLON. BIR.MA. JAVA. BORNEO.
PHILIPPINES. CHINA. JAPAN. AN UNI SI AL ,
CHANCE TO VISIT UNUSUALLY ATTRACT
IVE PLACES. 1
CLARK'S i2th~Annual CRUISE
Feb. 5 to April 19
BY 8. S. GROSSER Kl'RFUERST.
Seventy-three days. Including 24 DAYS IN
EGYPT AND THE HOLY LAND (with side trip
to Khartoum*, costing only $400 AND UP, iu
cluding shore excursions.
SPECIAL FEATFRES?Madeira. Cadi*. Seville.
Algiers, Malta. Constantinople. Athens. Rome,
the Riviera, etc. Tickets good to stop over in
Europe, to include passion Play. etc.
FRANK C. CLARK. Times bldg.. New York.
R. M. HICKS. 130? F st. n.w.. Washington.
ail2S-tf.4G
1
The Most Delightful
Short Sea Trip on the Coast.
Sailings iram Pier 20. East Hirer. New Tork:
Mondars. Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10:00 a.a.
Thursdays. Fridays and Saturdays at 4:00 po
For full Information and Illustrated descriptive
folder apply to
MAINE STEAMSHIP CO.. 2M Broadway, K. J.
._ . _ _
OCEAN TRAVEL.
AMERICAN LINE
PLYMOUTH CHERBOURG - SOUTHAMPTON
| Philadelphia qi? ern stow n~liverpool
.Atlantic Transport Line
NEW YORK LONDON DIRECT.
RED STAR L?NE
NEW YORK DOVER ANTWERP
WHITE STAR LSNE
N Y -oi r.'STilWN ' lol.Y HEAD l.l\ER!*OOL.
PI YM'HTH CHERBOURG SO! rHAMPTOM
BOSTON QUEENS IMWN-I.I v KlU'O' >L.
ITALV & BWT
I VTA V ZORES. MADE? It A V. > OIHRA l.'l'A R
' Romanic Sept 1. <? i. 23. Ih-c. . J.in 15
i C-tJe. Sept. L Nov. Dec .Inn 2!'
? Cinopic Oct 2. IS. is. ! .?!. 12
, ?CKDISIC i'JI iCi iotis* N .v 2". J : 11 E !?. 1?(
I ?CKiriC <2i?.?>4 tcnsl I !?. 2. Mar. lt?
?E :rgest (tflBMn U> 'he MHUtfRIIMB,
WASHINGTON OFFICE. 13<H> i sr N.W.
R. M HICKS. Passenger Agent.
mylS-tf.eSu
White Star Lame's
? "ARABIC"
Leaving N.-w York JANE MlY 20. 1 ?1>~> Tit
DAYS. .$?<?> AND IP EVERY 1 1IING 1NCI.1D
ED Visit iiiK MADEIRA SPAIN. MEDIIER
RANEAN, PAI.EST1NE VM> EGYPT. Ml <r
raiigemcitts under our r an tuoiui-nt.
WHITE STAR LINE. 1.UM1 E ST N W
Ivll-f.m.w ..'K<t.l I
P(SEW(Slnl UMi,
I COMPAGNIE GENERaLL TK AN?\1 LANTHjCH
I Direct Liiip I" II ore- Pari* il rsnceE
Sailing every Thursday at 1" a m. from
Pier No. 42 North River, foot Morton St.. >. *?
I .a I rotctice. . Sept. .#?
I. i I ourainc. .. .Oct 7
I.H Sav .<? Oct. 14
?La Provence. . .Sept. 9
?La Savoie. . . Sept. IH
?La Lorraine. .Sept 23
?Twin-screw steamets.
EXTRA SAILING.
?S. S. CHICAGO. SEPTEMBER 4.
Second and Third Class only.
GENERAL AGENCY 19 State St.. N. T.
E P. ALLEN. A rent, 11th af. and N. Y. ar?,
Telephone Main 75S mhl-3?t*
mmmm
Al! .Modern Safetv Devices (Wireless. etc.).
LONDON PARIS 11 VMHi RO.
P. Grant (rr'wl...Sept. S| P.t.lv ?olnui w ' Sept 22
tKb : serin A. V.. .Sept. 11 j Cincinnati* newi Sept.
* Pen nay Iran la. .Sept. I3| Bluecher Sept. 2-'
nihil
Deutv. bland. . ..S? pt. lSl fAne rika Oct
tRlt* Carlton a la Carte Restaurant.
?Hamburg direct.
VIA GIBRALTAR. NAPLES
AND GENOA. ?Calls Aroree
S. S. MOLTKE 'Sept. t>. 'Oct. 21
" llAMIU Rt; *Sept. 20. N??v. IS
Travelers' Chocks Issued.
Tourist Dept. for Tri!,s Everywhere.
COMPANY'S OEEICE 4.'. llKOADWAY. N. T.
E. E. DROOP & SONS CO.. '.i2."? PA. AVE.
aul7 tn.Hi.f sa
SOUTH AMERICA
Grand cruise as far as the Straits of Magellan,
leaving New York Jutninrv 22. 1SH??, S. S.
BLEECHER (12,."(?l tons.
1(? 2O0 MILES.
SI DAYS' DERATION.
? (1ST. S ;.V> EP.
Optional side 1rjps < verywh< re.
Also cruises to tin- \V?st Indies :>ji'I Orient.
IIA.MISERti-AMElill'AN LINE.
41 -?."? Broadwav. Now Y'o-k
E. E. DROOP A SONS CO.. ?2T. PA AVE
aul7-tn.th.f.sa.tf.l4
CUNAR D"'1JNES~~
From Piers ."il .*>2-.">fl North River. N V .. 1 o a.ni.
Ql'EENSTOWN IISilGi A ItD LIVERPOOL.
LONDON - PARIS.
I.usltania Sept. St Cam;>anla Sept. 22
Carmania Sept. 1! I'nronia Sept. 2.".
Mauretanla. .. .Sept. l.r.' l.u-:i.inla Jfept. 21?
M AEltETANI A I.I SITANIA.
Largest, Easiest Steamshli>s Ailoat.
Sail W' I?tdnrs.
CARONIA 'A.tMAMA.
Amonsr Largest and Most Luxiirf ns Steamers.
Sail Saturdays Eortniehtly.
SPECIAL ?'R' ISES
Magniflccnt New 2H.<*li-'Oti Ste,im?htps
("ARMANIA AND ?'.\RONlA.
Italy and Euypt.
Via Anort-s? Madeira Oiliraltar.
Carmanla Nov. <i. .li?n. 22. March 5
Curonia Nov. 27. Jan. S, Eeb. 19
IIENGARIAN-AMERirAN SERVICE
TO EIEME. VIA
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES. TRIESTE.
Pannonia.. .Oct. 7. noon 1 t'nriiiania Nov.
?Carpatliia . .Oct.21 .noon 1 <"aroiiin Nov. 27
?Also calls at Genoa
Travelers' eheeks issued zood everywhere.
The Cuuard Steamship <"o.. Limited. 21 21 State
St.. New York. Opposite the Battery.
Or 12t> State St.. Boston. Mass.
G. "W. MOSS Afieut. 1411 ?i st. n.w., Washington.
fel4-d.eSu.312t
North (Qermmao Lloyd
Large. Fast and Luxurious Twin-screw
Express and Passenger Steamship*
Equipped with Wireless and Submarine Signals.
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOERG?BREMEN.
Express Sailings Tuesdays at 10 A.M.
Kronprlnz Win..Sept. 7 1 Kais.Wm.D tir.S-pt 21
Cecilie Sept. 14 K.Wilheiin II Sept. 2S
PLYMOUTH rilERBOERG BREMEN.
Twin-screw Sailings Thursdays at 10 A.M.
Washington Sept. 9] I'rii / Fried.Win.Sept.2:t
Bremen Sept. 16 Eriini. i> t;r...Senl. .'!??
GEORGE WASHINGTON?Sails Sept 0?27.000
Ions. Newest rimI Largest German Ship Afloat.
Everv innovation known tn the shipbuilder*' art.
GIBRALTAR NAPLES GENOA.
Mediterranean Sailines Saturdays at 11 A.M.
K.Albert Sept. 11 1 ?Princess Irene. Oct. !>
?Berlin (tiewi..Sept. 25 *K. Albert Oct. 2i
?Calls at Algiers.
Independent Around-t^ie-world Tour*.
Travelers' Cheeks Go.?d \!1 Over the World.
\pnly OELRI' HS A CO.. General Agnta
S BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
WASHINGTON OFF1GE. !"?:t7 I" ST. N.W.
E F. DROOP & SONS CO.. *J25 PA. AVB.
la3fi-3l2t.eS ?
3
IfQoing to Europe
Have your mall addressed care the London offl"?
of The Washington Star, No. 3 Regetot Street
I>undon. England. If desired, luaii will he for
warded to all parts of Eurojie and the Contl
r.ent. Tourists are requested to register at ot??
office upon reaching Loudon.
Washington Star,
London Office,
No. 3 Regent St.
d"20-tf
POTOMAC RIVER SOATS.
MARYLAND. DELAWARE AND VIRGINljT
RAILWAY CO.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY IS
Steamers leave Washington every Monday.
Wednesday and Saturday at 4 p.m. for river
landings and Baltimore, arriving at Bultlmors
?arly Monday. Wednesday ard Friday mornlJgs.
Returning, leave Baltimore. Pier N'o. 3 Light a?..
Monday. Wednesday ar.d Saturday at S n.m..
arriving in Washington ear'y M nda.v Wedn ??.
day ami Friday mornings. All river freight mimt
be prepaid. Passenger accommodations strictly
first-class. Electrically lighted and cuisine per
. feet.
STEPTTENSON & BRO.. \?ents.
Telephone M&In 743 7th St. Wharf.
_myl4btf.20
I POTOMAC i CHESAPEAKE STEAMBOAT
COMPANY
EIGHTH STREET WHARF
SCHEDULE IN" EFFECT .IENE 17. 1T09.
Steamers Leave Wsshln^ton. n. C.
SUNDAY. TEESDAY and THERSDAY at 1
a.m. for landings front Somerset R-afh to Wlrts.
Incli'illn? Poscvs. Brents and Ept.er Marbodne
CreeV landings Sun lay trlp to Nomiut Creek
landings In ad<!!tl ?n to nt ove.
MONDAY AND WFDr-T.sn.vY it 4 pm. for
Imdinus as far as EDGEWATER and PAR
HAM'S POINT. Including 'he I.'pper Marhodoe
Creek. Wicomico River landings and tliose In
Nomln! Creek.
SATERDAY st 7 am. for landinc* *? far as
NOMINE including Wicomico River landluga.
Steamer E?te11e Randall Tuesday and Thursday
au far as Smith's; other days, except Saturday,
as far as Grinders.
Schedule subject to tide and weather and to
Cbantre without notice.
For detailed information call Phone Main .*i91X
W. B EMMERT. Vice President aad GeaL
Manager.
talS^tr W. F C4RNE. Jr.. Geal. AjenL
MEDICAL.
Dr,
SPECIALIST. 72K LtTil ST
WASHINGTON S ??l.l?E<T SPECIALIST.
38 YEARS 'I'R VCTIi'F TRF\'!ING NI lrVnES
AND CHRoNB EMSEASES. il-?- -! tnaeh. Iiinj-.
asthma, catarrh, appeiidioitis liver, l.ejrt kid
neys, blaibler, stricture, diseharges. ^e: er.il de
'oility and sjiecial weukm-.-s; b! od aud siiQ
eases. S|M*oial an?l private ailniei.ts of lio:h
se*es cured quick'.v. < V.n-ultatlou free. Hours;
1<I to 1 and to 5:.'!>i daily Sundays,. to
1ii;3i?. Chandler building. Elevator and phone.
aii:'?l-3ut
Dn Reed,
Speciiaflsst, 804 H7tSi St.
2^ VIPAD^' SUCCESSFUL
u a ic;/^ir\o rRACTICE IN
Disease* of the Brain and Nervous System. Skin.
Blood. Heart. Stomach. Liver. Kidneys, Bladder.
Nose. Throat and Lungs. Stricture, Varicocele
and Hydrocele cured. No palu. No loss of time
Blood Diseases and Disorders of the Urinary
organs promptly relieved and permanently cured
by safe methods. Charges low. Fre- consulta
tion In person or by letter. Hours: 10 to 1 and
a to ?: Sundara. 10 to 1. ae21-tf.Sii
HERB SPECIALIST!
MFG. OF HERB REMEDIES WHICH ARE
guaranteed to cure or reli- \ ? :,uy and all ail
ments; men's complaln's a specialty. U. 4L
LOl IS A SONi. 1748 7th st. n.w.
J?1 36^t,4
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