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FOR SALE?HOUSES.
FOR SALE?DETACHED DWELLING.
Park road.
10 rooms.
HOT WATER HEAT.
Lot 57x37.
( heap at $0,500
STOVE A FAIRFAX. 1*42 New Tork ave.
I'OR SALE-305 NET
$1,000 Invested brines nn Income of $300 a
ear? more than many persons receive from
$5,000 Invested.
Low-priced brick houses on a wide street;
west of 14th; must be sold; a chance for a
bargain.
STONE A FAIRFAX. 1&42 New York ave.
FOR SALE?$3,600.
One of the prettiest and most complete new
bouses on
-The Heights."
Two stories, cellar, rt rooms, tiled bath.
HOT-WATER HEAT, covered porches. 21
feet front.
STONE A FAIRFAX 1342 New York atc.
FOR SALE?A DECIDED BARGAIN.
$5,000,
On the Heights, west of 16th st., south of
Tark road.
23 feet front.
8 STORIES. CELLAR.
HOT-WATER HEAT.
STOVE A- FAIRFAX. 1342 New Tork are.
FOR SALE?$3,400.
Columbia Heights, south of Park road.
2 atories. cellar.
Lot 25x146: alley.
STOVE A FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
FOR SALE?Bl'Y THIS CHEAP CORNER.
Colombia Heights.
2 stories. cellar. hot-water heat. beautiful
bath.
STOVE * FAIRFAX. 1342 New York ave.
rOE SALE?LOOK AT THIS.
A BARGAIN
IN MT. PLEASANT.
WEST OF 14th ST.
$4 2o0.
An 8-mom BRICK, with cellar, 2 stairwaya,
attic, covered porch.
Worth much more.
Bnlit to soil for $3,730.
WHY SFCH A REDUCTION?
Owner took If In trade.
SEE I S SOON.
STONE A FAIRFAX. 342 New York ir?.
FOR SALEA
FINE DWELLING.
Washington Height < .
reduced To $7 .750.
$2,000 less than cost.
1925 CALVERT ST.
3 stories, cellar.
4 roorus on first floor4
rooms and bath on second.
5 rooms and bath on third.
Hot-wa?er h?-at.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are.
FOR SALE?Jo..TOO.
North side of Meridian *t.. Mt. Pleasant; 2
stories, cellar, attic; lot 25x100; in good condition.
A very attractive home.
STONE & FAIRFW. 1342 New York ave.
FOR SALE?$3,254) EACH.
NEW HOFSEiS.
ON "THE HEIGHTS "
2 stories, cellars, hot-water heat; carefully
built. Easv pavinents.
STONE A FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are.
FOR SALE?$6 250.
Park road west of lfith st. Nearly new. hotwater
heat, well constructed.
STO'F A- FtlRF'X FU? New York ave.
FOR SALE-ON THE HEIGHTS.
West of 7th st.
8 rooms. 2 baths, cellar.
Price. $4 000.
Re-ts. $35 a month.
"Tii r a F'lQF'X fttg New York ave
Foi: SAI.E-INVl STAIENT. ~
NEW HOUSES
$1,830 each. Rent. $17.50 each.
On a numbered st. n.w.
-N r. \ r\?r*F'X '34? New York ave.
Ft'K SM.E -NO. ! 133 L ST. N.W.
T i- d veiling, containing 22 rooms, with a
'o by 13!? feet, can be purchased for
?' v?o which ts l?ss than the atuonnt fo merly
I on it by a ciwservative trust company.
d:spo??d of at an early dite. Valuable
HViotise. apartment house or business
" ? verv easv pavments.
* > " A- F\fRN\\ '342 New York ave.
rwil SALfc-' O. 421 Kth ST. N.W.
A harz tin for snrae one.
\ fnn--storr dwellios: lot 2(?>.1x'i3.3.
An cffer of $12 000 would ' e considered.
Vllnih't for twislnws pnrposes.
STIFF A FX'RFAX. 1342 New York ave.
FOR 8ALF?PRICE. $4,500.
No. 13to hfonroe st. n.w.; the first street
north n* Park rotd near 14th st.: two stories
find cellar. (Hie of the attractive features
shoot this hou?e are the exceptionally lareo
rooms: thcrotHthiv well constructed: southern
exposure: one of "the mo*' deniable square* in
that section of the Welchts. If too wish to
secure a good. solid 'wmse for a home or inTestment,
vou cannot do better than hoy this one.
STOVE ft FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are.
FOR SALE?6-ROOM FRFSN-BRICK TILFOt>ath.
a.m.l. trouse: lot 20 feet front to alley.
Finest location for small hoo?e in city.
* "OWNER. 212ft 13th st. u.w. Phone N. 74.11.
26*
Full *ALENoa-resident
owner wilt sacrifice his well
built. 6-room awl tcith tirick house for $3.35?t:
only $300 cash, balnu-e equity monthly. This
house jnst newly painted and papered: rented
$24.50 tponth: located near N. Y. are. and
North Capitol st.
For Investo-?Five 2-story brick houses on *t.
In a.e.: rental S:V;?r> each: price, all. $5.34W?;
incumbrance, $3,750: terms on equity, if desired.
Corner Sr. and b. brick house: heated by hot
water: near 12th anil H sts. n.e.: small cost
make store property: eood value at $5.00U;
quick sale, take $4.05u: trust, $2,500; easy
v payments on eqnitv.
Handsome 12-room mode-n brick h.,nse. near
12th ami R. I. are. n.w.: rented $?>m year;
- price. $10,000: trust only $3 Oi)0: easy lerins.
or trade equity for home Tenallvrown vicinity.
NEW YORK HE41. E<T \TF BltOKF.RS. 1423 P.
FOR S*T/R-WTTTTTY \ FEW RI/VKS
OF THE Bl" SI VRSS CENTER,
WEST OF 14tl STREET. AND
AT A BARGAIN*.
A large. 3-st<*-y brick 4 ">>ms deep:
'1 rooms in all 2 bath* and a larse
"I-?rorr ' ri-k rarasr0 nn rear of lot:
,-?t-w,er best Pri'e for a quick
sal'-. $7.7X<> F?r term!?.
A. C. HOCGHTOX * COMPANY.
035 1 M.
FOR SAl.E-^M\I I. BRICK Hof'SES IN N.W . j
on rv.de *t pay ir? per cent Small an oimt |
. iah reqnlrcd. Always n> i'cl. HEVf RICKS
^ V I ? T H'/v, f f *
FOR "CF.-\ CORNER HOI >K ON T NF.\R
Nortb Capitol: k room* and bath: a tar-a n. i
B?>x !W S'ar dUcr. 2d* |
FOR S AITK^BARG AIN ON COU'MBIA 10 UC
near l^th st n.w%: Roman br'<k and while
etone front; 12 room* 3 b.ttbs and stum
beat; within half square of no ar
Apply between f? and 12 mornings. E. W. M<INTIRE.
224 C rt. n.w. (side , utra^?R
SALE? MI ST" RE * >lXHY SATPRl AY.
?>ctober 2*??New bocsr of ? rooffli and bath;
lot 2?mHiO ft.: hnt-wa'er host, gas and elwtrlo
light; larjr iltj Mar; one ..f thi* highest
r-dnt* m the city: ox ollrnt neighbor ood; an
be boueht for >3,.Soi? on terms of < '$'?? ra h
and $>J prr month, which in-lmbs all In
" rest. Let nir show yon this. atal you will
.appreciate it ae a lyniarkaM) cheap property.
Call Main 7026 and ask for Mr. J. L. RAMSAY.
FOR SALE ? TWO-STORY SEMI-DETACHED
house, facing Rock Crock Park; & roouis and
bath; large lot Price. Vl.U-50; V**) carh
OWNER. Box 221. Star office.
SEE THEM TONIGHT.
TILE LOWEST PRICED.
Hare * bright, attractive rooms dm.
rated and trtmn^d throughout In the
mont approved style: tiled bath equipped
wtth every new appliance- the klicheu is
equipped with eaeellent range, Witrh-n
cabinet?everything that prumotes comfort
and convenience; large front and back
yard a
t / if. A TTT n l Kja ivn n cm ?
? CWV9 * ??/ giO. ?9.C*.
PRICE OM,T $2.1'A
Small caab paTin>nt.
119.75 PER MO !\PT CltlN'G ALL
INTEREST
There It- not ar.y argument that can
he put forth that will Inatifv you e-mtlnnlmr
paying r>-ct after you've inapected
these homes.
SAMPLE norsr l*2i it ST Si..
OI'EN
on 2 CAR LINES.
I'o. aye cars to 15th walk one
fquare north. Eut Capitol at cars to
l..rh at., one wjuare wvrh.
PHILLIPS A SAGEU. 715 11th at. n.w.
FOR SALE- AVISO wTLT bTS A .; STORY
!? room residence In t. beat ?. rtlou of B'ootningdale;
bot-watf-r heat: large jard: bark
torches. Trust, at 5'W balance can
{?* arranged to suit. A bargain
CHARLES H JF.RMAS.
Hfltt IT >T N \V
l ou >at i:?win pay I'Kit month in
rem. when you -an buy th's 1-eaut ful eo'onlal
residence !r? ated No 2717 ISth st. n w.. which
la considered the very l?'st reaidenee aertlon
In Columbia Ilehrjgt# or Mt Pleasant, at su- h
a bargain on *oeh easy terms Price 17 7.VP
trust. $t>.2SO: difference arrauced to suit. Open
Sunday. Inspection by appointment week
day*.
CHARLES II JERMAX,
1400 H ST. NW.
FOR SALE?XEAT TWli-STfiRY, SIXKOOM
and bath b*?u>. ; front and back porches: nice
yard*; near l'tb and Q sts. owner purchas'iuc
onptry home. Price. $5 trno Immediate sale.
Address B?t R W". J.. Star oflh-v.
LET IS fclli.D VOIR HOME. WE Lo.%X
the money If yoti have the lot. Sec MR.
TEPPER. Real Estate Department, 5<>4 E
st. n.w.
FOR SALE?-UlSt-iil F ST. N.E.; 0 ROOMS,
tiled hath; cabinet mantel*; hot-water beat;
front and rear porches. Prlca, $d,300. Ad4IOW
OWSili. 1VW g fit. O.C. 2d*
i
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
I
FOB SALE$16,000.
NEAR 16th STREET.
' South of T ft.
Brownstone nnd brick: parquetry floor*; over
20 feet frontage; hot-water heat; 12 good rooma
and 2 tiled hatha.
M(X>RE A LULL. IXC.. 1420-22 H St. n.w. j
FOR SALE^
G ST. NEAR 5th N.W.
Bay-window brick; 14 room*: well rented;
could remodel for business; hare been asking
$10,000, but will take
$8,300.
MOORE ft HILL. INC.. 142Q-22 11 at. a w.
nut SALl^ "
PALATIAL RESIDENCE
OX
l?th STREET.
ITot-water heat; fine library. 2nd floor.
$20.(100.
MOORE A- HILL. Inc.. 1420-22 H at. n.w.
FOR SALE?
NEAR lSth ANk COL. ROAD.
Gas and elec. lights: 6 fine rooms, tiled
bath; h?>t-wat?T heat; large let. Too must
see this to appreciate it.
$6,260.
MOORE A HILL Inc.. 1420-22 H St. n.w.
FOR SALE? '
VERY CENTRAL.
$14,000.
IS rooms; steam heat; lot over 25 feet frent
and 140 feet deep. Could remodel for busi- j
ness.
MOORE ft HILL. Inc.. 1420-22 It St. n.w.
FOR SALEr^ ?? ?
BROOKLAND.
s rooms, tiled bath: hot-water heat; semidetached:
lot 25zluO: only
$3,750.
MOORE A HILL. INC.. 1420-22 n St. n w.
FOR SALE?
S. BETWEEN 14tb AND 15th.
A eonvenieut location; 8 rooms; 2 stories; r
lot about 2i> feet front and unusually good
depth. Cheap at
$4,500.
MOORE tc IIILL. INC.. 1420 22 H st. n.w.
FOR SALE?
NEAR CONN. AVE. AND N ST.
*14.000.
Three stories and cellar; t^n rooms; much
less rhan adjoining houses.
MOiRK A HIM- INC.. 142Q-22 H at. n.w. luK
SAFE- F
OX TIIK HEIGHTS. NEAR 14th ST.
i s rooms: tiled bath: lot 40 feet front; electric
lights: good cellar; asking *6,300. which
wc think is cheap, but will sell within ten
days for
*6.000.
MuORK A HILL. INC.. 1420-22 II st. n.w.
FUR SALE?
half sot ark of coxx. aye.
AXD BANCROFT TLACE.
10 rooms, 1 baths: electric lights; large lot;
hot-water heat, and everything up-to-date.
The price is
*23 000
MOORE A HILL. INC.. 1420-22 H st. n.w.
FOR SALE- _
*3.830. F
PARK ROAD. WEST OF 18tb.
Hot-water heat; 7 rooms and bath; gas and
electric light; very deep lot; an up-to-date B
housp In everr particular.
MOORE A HILL. INC.. 1420-22 H st. n.w.
FOR SALE?
XEW HOME IN WOODLEY,
*7,990.
9 rooms. 2 tileil baths; hot-water heat; lot
very wide and over 100 feet deep; fine cellar;
worth lour while to see this.
MOORE A IHI.L. IXC.. 1420 22 II st. n.w. q
for saleCLEVELAND
PARK.
We have the best that are for sale in this
de*Table subnrb.
ONE?9 rooms and bath: hot-water heat; lot
50 feet frontage: large porches; servants' toilet
in cellar: gas aud coal ranges; can arrange
terms: *7.000.
ANOTHER. *12,500
10 rooms, bath, gas and electricity; lot 80
feet front; large fireplaces; fruit and flowers;
garage.
moore & hill. inc.. 1420-22 H st. n.w.
| for saleNEW
HOUSE. MOUNT PLEASANT.
8 rooms. 1 stories; cellar: hot-water heat;
good lot: electricity and gas.
$8,000.
MOORF a HILL. iXC.. 1420-22 H st. n.w.
FOR SALE? "
*2.850 for an up-to-date home on the
Heights near Brlgbtwood are.: 6 rooms and
bath: cellar.
: MOORK A HILL. INC.. 1420-22 h sL n.w.
FOR SALE?
*17.500.
ON SELECT 19th ST.
Has 12 rooms. 3 baths: hot-water beat; ele- "
gantly finished: electric lighting; lot over 27
ft. frontage; alley in rear; If interested In
a fine home, we shall lie pleased to show yon
this one.
MOORE & niLL. INC.. 1420-22 H st. n.w.
FOR SALE$30,000.
.
New Hampshire ave.. north of Dupont r'\fele;
3 baths. 13 roouis; hot-water heat: fine :
cellar: electric lighting: lot 25 feet front. We
hare seme of the finest properties In this secI
lion.
MOORE & HILL. INC., 1420-22 H st. n.w.
FUR SALE?
G ST. X.E., $3,330.
Two stories and cellar; 8 rooms and bath;
porch: furnace beat; only one square from
cars. q
MOORE & HILL. INC.. 1420-22 H st. aw. B
FOR eALENEAR
9th AND S N.W.
2*700
will buy a ft-room ^>u?e; furnace heat; tiled
hatb: good cellar: lot 18 feet front; suitable
for fcnme or investment.
MOOKE A HILL. INC.. 1420-22 st. n.w. ^
FOR SALE
H'VESTM EXT. $2,800.
Rented for $324 per rear; brick building with ~
good lot: on an avenue. *
vnopK .v HILL Inc.. 1420-22 H st. n.w.
FOR S.CLEFACINO
LIXCOLX PARK.
REDUCED TO $4,800. P
C rooms aud b:>tb: good lot. and a bargainEasy
terms
MOORE & HILL. Inc.. 1420-22 H st. n.w.
? p,
FOR SALE- 1
IF YOU ARE LOOKIXG
FOR
A HOUSE
OX THE HEIGHTS y,
GET OUR LIST.
HERE ARE A FEW GOOD ONES:
ADAMS MILE ROAD?2 baths, electric lights.
11 rooms, cteam heat
WEST OF CONN. AVE.?1*1 rooms. 4 baths.
Lot 2T> feet front: hot-water beat ?
r!o<-tri ity and ga?... $23,000 S"i
BELMONT NEAR COL. UD.?11 moras. 2
baths. electricity and gas; largo
!?>t: hut-water heat; southern exposure
. , $13,00"
WYOMING AVE.? 23-foot lot; steam heat;
bedroom*; "as and electric lights;
2 bat lis. tine cellar $17,300 ~
10th STREET?0 rooms. 2 baths, hot-water F'
heat. Iyr over 20 feet front. Good
alley iu rear $0,2?o
MOORE & HILL. Inc., 1420 22 If St. n.w.
FOR SALE? '
s room*. 2 baths; l-jrches; good lot to
alley; well rented. I'rfce,
|2 t?nu.
MOORE & HILL, Inc., 1420-22 H at. m.w.
r
FOR SALE?$4,500.
NEAR 16th ST.. ON TITK HEIGHTS.
A positive snap for a hotnrseeker; 6 nice y
rooms; tiled hatn: reception bail: 4 cabinet
inaniela; rear i?orvh: very large, light cellar, J
with servant's toilet. Originally sold for
$3,230.
MOORE A HILL. Inc.. 1420-22 II St. n-w.
$S.nno IN NORTHEAST: GREAT BARGAIN
for ijui'-k buyer: 0 large room*, bath, cellar,
bat-window brick; nice condition: Inspect at
once. *<>_' O M. n.e. D. 1?. THOMPSON A
CO.. Owners. 1335 F n.w.
! fU:W)^ON~BKAt 1 IU L NEW HAMPSHIRE
aif. n.w., southeast exposure; greatest value
t i-. i-uriru in mn igi iiiniu. uuar's nmr e*pry |
modem i -oiireuienee; large lots: 0 *old In two I ~
uinnths; inspect at cm<*. D. D. THOMPSON
A. CO.. Owners and Builders.
1' It K ->7l > K \ TIAI. YEAR SALES ARE dTftT
i cult; beautiful O-ruoin. reception hall. tile bath,
cellar, aluioat new brick; 13-ln. wall; 2.000 ft.
ground; property 1* clear; going west. OlTer
| oa>h or time, sacrifice. OWNEll, 2130 Flagler.
t _?!
F<?R SALE?OWNER LEAVING CITY MIST
* 11 b?me; fl rooms, tile hath, cement cellar.
furnace porches, screens: lot 21 ft.; street A
alley paved. No agents. 2212 Flagler pi. n.w.
uois*
FOR SALE-MODERN HOI SF.; PRICE, ?3,'>00; _
! 2M>'J N ?t.; 7 ra., bath. p.?niry. cellar, furnace, p
long yard, near cars- easy payments on one i
trust. O W WF.HER. 1335 F ilm^ementt. j
FOR SALE?I4US C1IAIMX ST. N.W.; 0 ROOMS,
reception hall and lath; large yard; eaajr payments;
reduced t? $5.S00. rail and tnapect or i
phone N. 2017 C. A. DOt'BBT. ?
FOR SALE* IIY OWNER?SEMI DETACHED I
brick dwelling. 3302 10th at. a. w.; 0
rooms and bath, inquire E. O. GRAHAM,
1330 New York are a.w. J
rOR SALS-ALL KINDS AND. SIZES OF
RESIDENCE. BUSINESS. APARTMENT
HOUSE AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTIES.
IN VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE CITT;
PURCHASERS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR
ADVANTAGE AND CONVENIENCE TO CALL
AT MY OFFICE BEFORE PURCHASING;
PERSONAL AND EFFICIENT ATTENTION
AND SERVICE TO EACH APPLICANT. JEHS3
L. H El SHELL, P
1403 H ST. N.W. PHONE MAIN 008.
FOR SALE?REDUCED TO 14.000; O ST. NEAR
14th; t-e ml-dat ached; 7 rooms and bath; cellar;
would rent for Re per month; an exceptional
bargain. Keya at office.
I IL L. BIST. 1400 U sL B.W.
FOE SALE?HOUSES.
rOR SALE?
ADJOINING A BWALTTFCIv PARK.
Overlooking om of the moat beautiful parks
in this city: elegant ft-mom and bath home,
with all modern improvements.
PRICE. S3,TOO.
VERT ATTRACTIVE EAST TERMS. 1
X. L. SAXSBCRY CO.. 719-21 13th ST. N.W.
PGR SALESAVE
SI. 250
In the purchase of a home, in one of the best
sections of the northwest.
6 rooms and tiled bath.
Ilot-water heat. 1
Gas and electricity.
Hardwood trim.
20 feet front.
Front and rear yards.
A BARGAIN AT ?4,750.
EASY -TERM PURCHASE.
N. L. SANSBLRY CO.. 719-21 13th ST. X.W. j
FOR SALE?
"ON COLUMBIA HEIGHTS."
A beautiful 3-story dwelling on a large
lot. containing 11 rooms and S baths,
with all improvements known to modern j
home construction; artistically designed
and finished In an elegant style; large
up-to-date garage in rear.
PRICE MATERIALLY REDUCED.
N. L. SANSBLRY CO.. 719-21 13th at. n.w.
rOR SALE- 1
DETACHED HOME,
Containing 7 spacious rooms and complete
bath: ou a very wide lot; has all modern Improvements.
and la finished In a superb style;
three roomy porches and finished attic.
THE PRICE WILL SURPRISE YOU.
ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
X. L. SANSBLRY CO.. 719-21 13th ST. N.W.
S
'OR SALE?
LITTLE NORTTI OF PARK ROAD.
Two-story dwelling: 8 room*, tiled both; hotwater
beat: electricity and gas: hardwood
floors and trim; handsome decorations; frontage
of 24 feet.
PRICE, $6.7W>. ,
MOST REASONABLY PRICED HOME IN YHIS
SECTION.
N. L. SANSBURY CO., 719-21 18th ST. N.W.
OR SALE? m
THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR; *
a large rooms and bath.
4 rooms on second flour.
23 feet front.
Front porch and two-story rear porch.
Oak trim on tirst.
Mahogany and white trim second floor.
In addition, this home is finished in a very elaborate
stvlp.
MOST DESIRABLE SECTION OF THE NORTHWEST.
TRICE, $8,700.
X. L. SANSBURY CO., 719-21 13th ST. N.W.
F
OR SALE?
BY W1LLETT A REIXECKE CO.
IG BARGAIN NEAR 14th ST. N.W?$3,200. p
On numbered st-; centrally located; press
brick; 0 rooms and bath: nice front yard; cost
$4.?j00; white neighborhood; vacant; wonld
rent for $27-50; must be sold to highest bidder.
BRICK HOME ON P ST. N.W?$2,950Nicely
located: 6 rooms and bath; back yard,
etc.; reduced very low for a quick sale.
OOD INVESTMENT-RENT. $33? TEE TEAR.
PRICE. $3,100.
Two-family flat; brick; 4 rooms and bath v
each; this is good and near East Capitol at.
NEAR 14th AND PARK ROAD N.W.
PRICE. $5,250.
Elegant press brick home; 11 rooms and 2 baths;
reduced down from $7,500; hot-water *
heat. etc. This is a great snap.
NORTH DUPONT CIRCLE. $5,780.
Beautiful light press brick borne; 9 rooms and M
tile bath: reception bail; double back porches;
cellar; servant's toilet; HOT-WATER HEAT;
cost $7,000; nicely located garage In rear; biggest
bargain In city. II
BRICK HOME WITH STABLE.
Near 14tb st. n.w.: walking distance of
downtown; 8 rooms and bath; in thorough re
pair; 2-story brick stable in rear; owner will
consider offer less than $5,000. ?
WILLETT A REIXECKE 00., T
1309 H at. n.w.
FOB SALE?A BIG BARGAIN; $250
cash, balance $15 a month on principal,
averaging $30 a month for principal and
ALL INTEREST. Price, $3,850. Located in
best n.w. section: 2 stories, 6 rooms, tiled
bath: HOT-WATER heat; gas and electric
lights: hardwood finish both floors; double
bay-window front; double oak floors; double
back porches; very high elevation. If
you want a snap, see this at once,
fa. F. HANDLER CO., 702 lltb st. n.w.
2
LOOMIXGDALE-ON NORTH CAPITOL ST.
Beautiful corner. Very desirable for residence
or easily converted to uusitiess. Excellent location
for DOCTOR or DENTIST. Seven large _
rooms; in excellent condition. BARGAIN price F<
Tor immediate aalc. TRUST of $3,000 can remain
on the property. E. P. SCHWARTZ,
324 F st. u.w. Phone M. 6210.
OR SALE-LADY OWNING BEAUTIFUL NEW B
7-room colonial frame and shingle bouse, near
Chevy Chase Circle, will sell it for $4,500; has
lot 10,000 aq. ft.; papered; hot-water beating;
elec. lighting: flue shade trees; porches; large
cement cellar; auto garage; terms easy. Possesalon
at once. Inquire 1000 Irving n.w. 25*
OR 8ALE?1435 CLIFTON ST. N.W.: THREESTORY
AND CELLAR; HOT-WATER HEAT;
12 ROOMS. 2 BATHS; 4 ROOMS DEEP: LOT pi
19x135 TO ALLEY. PRICK. 19.000. CHA8.
W. BLACKWOOD. 1201 G ST. N.W. 24*
OR SALE?TO COLORED BUYER.
RENT. $32.50. PRICE. $4,100.
A northwest corner on M at., containing 1)
rooms and batb; in good condition. Box 135. v"
Star office.
OR SALE?AS INVESTMENT OR A HOME:
a Eye st. s.w. between titta and 7th sts.; 6
rooms and bath; brick; in cxccllrut condition;
fine lot to alley; rent. $22 per month. Price
only $2,850.
JOHj; QUINS CO.. INC., 704 13th st. n.w.
OR SAI E?PRICE. $3,000.
$500 less than the amount once loaned on it.
A ten-room brick store and dwelling, s'tuated
on a corner southeast, not far from the Oapuol
and Library.
The owner of this property, a non-resident, _
is eery anxious to make a auick sale and might p,
consider an offer of a little leas.
Very accommodating term? ?an be made.
STONE A FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are.
OR SALE?1220 LINDEN ST. N.E. _
Bet. 12th and 13th at*,. II and I sts. n.w. Pi
A two-story, six-room briek dwelling with a
bath, renting for $15 a month.
Price, $1,800.
Easy payments.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York are. _
OR SALE -NO. 1506 M ST. N.W. ^
Price, $5,U00.
A three-story, twelve-room brick dwelling.
fPt**v neliia ..al-o/l ?- La., ?K.n *k? .u.?t ?ka
aiic r aftru is irsp> uiou iur i.v?i V| I u?
Improvements and <1,300 loss than the sum
once loaned on It. _
Very easy payments can be made. B
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York iTf.
OR
SALE?1621 CHURCH 8T. N.W.
Price. <4 *00. ,
A ten-room brick dwelling and brick stable.
I?t 20 feet 4 inches by 02 feet 6 Inches.
STONE & FAIRFAX. 1342 New York arc.
OR 8ALB-A VERY CHEAP HOUSE. C
<3,000 will bay a lovely 2-atory brick on I
at. o.e. near bth; 4 rooms on a floor. Lot
10x100, with stable.
STONE 4 FAIRFAX, 1342 New York aye. f,
OR 8ALE-HOMESEEKER8 ? INVE8TOBS?
speculators! Here la a splendid chance for
you to pick up a bargain. As the result of a
profitable exchange we are authorised to sell _
a beautiful, modern 0-room house in the beat ~~
section of Columbia Heights, close to 14th
at., at a bargain. Built within the laat two
years; oak fioora and trim; finest kind of heating
plant, requiring only 4 tons of coal a
year. As the owner wishes to close out the
deal you ran have this property far below
coet?$4,250. It's a snap. All that we ask ~
Is tor you to let us show it to you. Don't 11
delay
SHANNON ? LLCHS, 713 Uth St. u.w.
Olt SALE- HOME BUYER. HERE IS A RARB
opportunity to get a superior home, just com- I
pletcd. at the lowest possible coat, la best j ?
northwest section. direct from owner; presa ] *'
brick; 6 large outside rooms; attic over entire 1
house; large double front and bark porches;
hot-water heat: electric and gas light; double ]
oak floors; hardwood trim: oak open stairway; I '
beautiful decorations; handsome fixtures; tiled ,
bathroom with Hpcakman shower and many
other toilet accessories: toilet and laundry la !
cellar: cold storage pantry; clothes chute and
other attractive features too numerous to mention;
nothing like It in the city for the money;
$150 cash, balance easv monthly payments; no r
agents. Address Box 256. Star olHce.
OR SAIK?$28 MONTHLY. NO CASH l'AYment
required. New press-hrick-front house; 0
rooms and bath: hot-water heat: hardwood
trim: large kltrhen and pantry; oil-finished
floors; large basement, with laundry and servant's
toilet; front porch; combination gas ?
and electric fixtures. All rooms papered with
high-grade paper. Price. $3,600. Apply on -
premises. No. 815 Harvard St . Otxt to reser- F
voir. House open. Owner. W. R. WILSON.
Reference f quired.
OR SALE A BAROAIN. NO CASH VECESaary
to r-sponsible party. Magnificent new sixroom
home. Never been occupied. All of the
up-to-date features, such as electric light and
gas. hardwood double floors, hot-water beat: T
cellar under entire bouse; laundry and servant's u
accommodations, and front and tack porches.
Must be seen to be appreciated. Address Box
2tl. Star office, for further particulars.
OR BALE-NEAR END I4th ST. CAR LINE.
New colonial brick residence. $4,800.
Si
6 large rooms and tiled bath.
Cement cellar. Hot-water bent.
Electric and gas lighting.
Large lot.
A. C. HOUGHTON A COMPANY,
CK F ft. ??Te
I
FOB SALE?HOUSES.
FOB SALS-COST $8,600; PRICE REDUCED T
$6,750; ah unusual bargain. This owner wool
not consider less then $7,000 a month ago. Ia
cated on Harvard at. between 13tb and 14th;
beautiful block of high-class homes. A tbrcc
story brick boase. all modern, with deep lot t
pared alley. This Is a soap either as a bom
or as an Investment.
BOSS A PHELPS (INC.). 714 14th ST. S.W.
FOR 8ALE?PRICE. $4,750, AND RENTED FOl
$540 per year; an excellent northwest locatlo
for a home or Investment. There are elere
rooms and two baths, porches and pared alley
This will not last long, and If you want
good home or Investment, act quickly.
BOSS it PHELPS (INC.). 714 14th &T. N.W.
FOR SALE-NEAR 16th AND "T" STS.; PRICT
$4,000, for a good nine-room house; six He<J
rooms; cellar under entire house; deep yard t
pared alley. This pronertr belongs to an e>
tate, and most ho sold. This is a One hous
for a home, or will pay well as an investment
BOSS Sc PHELPS (INC.). 714 14th ST. N.W.
FOR SALE?IN THE SOUTHWEST. AN UN
nsnal bargain; price, $3,750 for a seml-detacbe
eight-room bouse; modern plumbing, and Ic
rated within a square of the Agricultural De
partment. A good home that can be sold oi
easy terms.
BOSS A PHELPS (INC.). 714 14th ST. N.W.
rOR SALE?PRICE. $6,50O, AND LOCATE!
west of 18tb and south of Park road. In on
of the prettiest blocks In Mt. Pleasant. Tbl
bouae baa just been reduced In price, and to
certain reasons must be sold at once. It 1
new. and never been occupied. It will pa;
you well to look at this bouse before making i
purchase.
BOSS A PHELPS (INC.). 714 14th ST. N.W.
"OR SALE?ON* LAMONT ST. NEAR 18th; ONI
of those attractive wide houses, with ten room
and thren baths; colonial porch in front am
three-story rear porches: large lot to pavei
alley. Owner learlng city, will sacrifice thi
house, and something less than $10,000 will bu;
it. Can make terms.
BOSS & PHELPS (INC.), 714 14th ST. N.W.
'OR SALE?1737 CORCORAN ST.
An attractive 3-story brick dwsUIag.
9 rooms and bath. Furnace beat.
First-floor kitchen.
This property will be sold at a positive bar
(tin price Make an offer. Keys at office.
H. L. RFST. 1400 H st. n.w.
FOR SALE - PRACTICALLY NEW
house; best location on the bill, near
14th st. cars; 9 rooms and 2 baths;
electric lighting; hot-water beat;
modern plumbing, etc. Address Box
824. Star officeOR
SALE-A BEAUTIFUL HOME. NORTH
west section; six rooms, tile bath; modern lm
provemeDts; on monthly payments; no cash re
quired. Address OWNER. Box 71. Star office.
OR SALE-BEAUTIFUL 6-ROOM BRICF
house with attic; faces government reserva
tlon; hardwood finish; tiled bath: bot-wate
beat; gas and electric lights; double front ant
rear porches: rear alley; southern exposure
one block from* car line and convenient t<
schools and churches; high and healthy: ex
cellent neighborhood in n.w. Price. $4-500
Box 171. Star office. 3*
W h?i i ED?HOUSES.
i'ILL TAKE SMALL HOUSE. CLEAR OF IN
cumbrance in exchange for beautiful semi-dc
tached 8-room bouse. Chevy Chase section
value. $6,500; trust. $3,000. Address Mrs. A.
Star office.
IOCSB NOT TO EXCEED $6,000. ON EAS1
terms. Must have 8 rooms and bath. Moon
Pleasant section preferred. Send details ti
Box 151. Sta- office.
rANTED TO RENT?NINE OK TEN ROO.V
house, with at least one acre of ground; stat<
location and terms. Box 139. Star office. 24"
r YOU OWN IMPROVED PROPERTY AND
wish to sell quickly write me price sod par
tteolars today and I will make yon a cask
offer rmtrnt'r sdrtrc?t Rot "7" <!li? office.
SUBu .iH.A a' i PEftlY
FOR SALE
AKE NOTICE. INVESTORS OR HOMEXEEK
era?2 frame houses, well located In Woodrldge
D. C.; must be sold this month trental ol
both, $18 month; trust on both, $2,000); cosl
and worth $4,500 sacrifice price. $3,000; aix>ui
50,000 sq. ft. ground. At price quoted is oulj
6c sq. ft., and houses thrown in. The average
market value lu that suMlvlsion is 12c eq
ft. Sell together or separately, and arrang*
terms to suit.
These houses cost the owner $1,750 each, bill
to close out his local interests has authorized
us 10 sen ior as low as 91.-ou each urusi
ahout $850 each, at 6Cr, to run 15 mos.t; onl>
$100 cash, baance equity $15 mouth. lneliKlinj:
all Interest and taxes: 5 rooms, frame nisi
rbble-dasb houses, each on lot 50x120; within
squares of Tenallytown cars at Woodmoot.
Md.
NEW YORK REAL ESTATE BROKB..^, 1423 F
1ASSA CHL SETTS AVENUE U.GHLAND8.
FOB SALE?4 and 5 acre tracts on Musactlsetts
arcane extended. The , new electric cat
line now being constructed from Chevy Chas?
to Great Falls will pass by this property. Price,
$850 per sere. Terms to salt. TBLLOTT A
STPBBr.KFtFT.n. X.K. cor. 1 . T sts. n.W.
1>K SALE - IT NEST LOTS IX TAKOMA
Park: near electric and steam car lines: water,
sewer and gas; cheap aud on easv terms.
J. P. EARNEST. Trustee, 323 4V. st. n.w.
EAl'TIFCL BUILDING SITE. 7 ACHES. 400
ft. front on Conduit road. D. C.: city water:
large oaks; grand view; opp Potomac Ht".
"Q st. bridge coming will enhance triple in
one year. Price, $7 80O. a acres for subdivision;
New Cut and Conduit road and cars; city
water; 4t^c per ft. A snap. Everything suburban.
Also farms.
J. JEROME LfGHTFOOT 1404 H n.w.
OR SALE - TWO NEW DWELI1XGS IN
Friendship Heights; a m.l.: large lots. Price.
$4,5 0 and $3,800. One dwclllug In Bethcsda.
$2,250. Terms to 6ult.
ALBERT E. SHOEMAKER. Owner.
416 5th sr. n w.
OW IS THE TIME TO BUY IF YOU WANT
bargain*, must be sold to settle up affairs;
house ?? rooms ami hath- ln/n-e lot- 2-sforv
barn; one car fare; nil] rent for $22.SO; bargain;
(2.400: terms. Owner. M. E. SHIPLEY.
Room 410 Commercial Bank bldg., 14th and
G ats. n.w. 24*
HEVY. CHASE BARGAIN?VERY ATTRACtiTe
T-room cottage, on lot 100x155 feet; hotwater
beat, electric light, Bleeping porch, fruit,
flowere, fine lawn, etc. This U one of the
nicest little homes around Washington. Price
for quick sale, $4,500.
A. B CAMPBELL. 1410 H n.w.
fJU SALE - CHEAP - 35 ACUES l.\ PRINCE
Georges county, Md.; almost immediately at
Lundover station, on the Pennsylvania railroad.
PHIL. H. TUCK. a?T .V. Calvert at.. Baltimore,
Md.
UR SALE?SAVE $5ut> BY BUYING NOW;
modern homes at Woodslde. Md.. near cars,
schools and churches: electricity; sewerage.
S mis., acre. $5,300; (300 cash, $3" monthly.
C roib., acre, (3.&00; $300 cash< (30 monthly.
DR. CALDWELL. Owner. 1st arc.
IGHTBOWN BUNGALOWS AND UOL'SKA
ARB THE BEST.
Terms. All sectlona. All prleea.
SEE OHAS. M. LIGHTBOWN. ACROSS
PROM CATHOUC CHURCH. MT. RAINIER.
EAUTIFUL ENGLISH COTTAGE, 7R. AND
b.; modern In every detail; polished floors;
handsome mantels; stylish gas fixtures; open
fireplace In den; floor plan of this house took
first prize In Ladies' llome Journal eon tents.
Only 22 minutes' ride to heart of city. Price,
(4.000; terms. W. P. McDOWELL, Keuois
bldg., 11th and G n.w.
HOICE CORNER LOT. 50 FEET FRONT. IN
the District, near Chevy Chase Circle, with
water, sewer, gas. electric lights, sidewalks
etc. Address OWNER Box Ilk. Star offlee.
OR SAIE?IN TRACTS TO 8UIT. ACREAGE
property, convenient to steam and electric cars;
( cent fare: plenty of shade; good elevation
and excellent neighborhood: schools and
churches convenient; (200 per acre. Box 66.
Rtar offlre.
OVER AN ACRE. ONLY (3 000. '
Not far from Western Hlcb School.
The bungalow site YOtT went.
Sewer, water, shade, electric llzht.
SOME ONE GETS A BARGAIN.
Will it be YOU?
W. H. MIN'NIX. 1416 F.
OR SALE?REDUCED TO (2.500-A VERY
desirable corner property: 6-room house, cellar
arid outbuildings; lot (i>x220. Located on Old
Dominion R- R-. 26 minutes to Treaa. Dept.
This is a great sarrlfloe?certainly worth conbldecahiy
more. Photo at office.
H. L. RUST. 14'0 H st. n.w.
KRE IS YOCR OPPORTUNITY TO PUBcbase
a lot 50 feet front for (1.150, with macadamized
streets, concrete sidewalks, etc.. In
SIXTEENTH STREET HEIGHTS before the
opening of 14th and 16th ata. After these tiro Important
streets are extended these same lots
should more than double In rslue. Direct car
service to the heart of the city. Automobiles
to show yon the property. Easy terms If deHlred.
ROBERT E. HEATER. Colorado bid*.
Phone Main 1064.
OB' SILK- "
ANYTHING THAT TOP MAT WANT.
FROM A LOT 50x200 TO 2nn ACRE*.
MONO THE LINE OP THE ROCK
Y1LLE ELECTRI'' ROAD. EITHER 1U
PROVED OR UNIMPROVED. POR INVESTMENT
OR SUBDIVISION.
1. H MILLER UIP4 P
FOR RENT.
OR RENT-PINK OPPORTUNITY POR LIVE
huatues- man; beat corner for a store In Con
gre?s Heights; facto* two streets and mala
road; large eight-room house; large barn; to
complete order; opposite school: rent, SSI.
Also six-room bouse. Congress Heights. In fine
condition. $1S. Inquire of OWNER, 626 14th
>t. n-e. not*
PPOSITK VILLA PLORA CLUB, NO. 6636
Ga. aye.?Comfortable home of 6r.. attic and
porcelalu bath; hot-air furnace; front and rear
porches; large cellar and yards. Rent, $21.50.
Apply E. W. McINTIRE, 224 C n.w.. Side entrance,
between 8 and 12 a.m. Phone M. 5587.
EVERAL NEAT HOMES. JUST IN MD. LINE,
at Mt. Rainier and E. HyattNviUe. with large
grounds, sufficient for chickens, garden and
flowers; 4. 5. tt and 7 rooms, and prices ranging
from $10 to $22; lit of rent to apply to
purchase of place at tenant's option. J. O.
B0G&&S. Owner, lit, BslttlT.
AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTBRIVOOIV.
THOMAS DOWLING A CO.. AUCTIONEERS
TRUSTEES* SALE OF FOUR UNIMPROVR1
LOTS. THREE FRONTING 173 FEET O!
[EAST CAPITOL STREET, CORNER Ol
19th. AND ONE AT CORNER OF SOUT1
A AND 19th STREETS. 75 BY 57.7 FEET.
AI Default having been made under a certali
* I deed of traat, dated April 23. 1910. and record*
I in Liber 3317, at folio 361 et seq.. one of th
!- land recordi of the District of Colombia, the on
? i ders!gned trnateea. acting under said deed o
. trust, trill sell at public auction, in front of th
I premises, on THURSDAY. THE TWENTY
I FOURTH DAY OF OCTOBER. 1912. AT HALF
? | PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P M.. original Iota fll
B 1 teen (15), riiteen ilfi) and seventeen (17). 1
n .square eleven hundred and ten (11101. In the clt
of Washington, D. C.: and immediately there
i after, original lot one (1) in said square elevei
hundred and ten (11101.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance t
: equal Installments, at one and two years, s?
I, cured by the promissory notes of the purchase
I- and a deed of trust on the property sold, or al
0 cash, at purchaser's option. Sale t<> l>e close
within fifteen days from the date thereof, j
e deposit of $50 per lot required at time of aal?
- Couvevanciug and recording at purchaser's coal
BENJAMIN F. LEIGIITON. Trustee.
~ Office In Columbian building,
a GEORGE FRANCIS WILLIAMS. Truatee.
? ocl5-dAda Offi -e In Columbian building.
e ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Trustees' Sale of Valuable Prop
erty, Improved by a Three
e Story Brick Dwelling, Knowi
* as No. 1323 Columbia Roa<
? Northwest.
j Under and by virtue of a certain deed of trua
retarded in Liber No. 3403, at folio 41 et aeq.
one of the land records of the District of Co
- lumhia,- and at the request of the party secure
3 thereby, we, the undersigned trustees, will offe
for sale at public auction, in front of sab
1 premises, on THURSDAY. THE TWENTY
1 FOURTH DAY OF OCTOBER. A.D. 1912. A'
s HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow
f ing described land and premises, situate am
being in the District of Columbia, and describe
as lot numbered thirty-eight (38). in Barr an
Banner's subdivision of lota tn block numhera
thirty-five (35) "Columbia Heights," as per pla
recorded in County Book 11. page 3. In the sin
veyor's office for the District of Columbia. t?
getber with the Improvements thereon, known a
house No. 1323 Columbia road northwest.
Tersm of sale: One-third of the purchase mone;
" to be paid in cash, and the balance in two equa
I installments. In one and two years from the da;
I of sale, with Interest at the rate of six pe
I centum Der annum, payable semi-annually, an
the deferred payments are to be secured by i
first deed of trust on the property sold, or al
cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposl
of $200.00 will be required of the purchaser a
. the time of the acceptance of the bid. All con
veyancing, examination of title, recording am
notary fees at the coat of the purchaser. Term
of sale are to be compiled with within flfteei
days from the day of sale, otherwise the trui
tees reserve the right to resell said property a
the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser
after at least Are days' advertisement of sucl
resale In some newspaper publiahed In the Dla
trlct of Columbia.
CHAPIN BROWN Trustee.
323 John Marshall place a.w.
HENRY II. BERGMAXX. Trustee,
orl4-d&ds.eSu No. 511 7th st. n.w.
TaOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE THREE
STORY BRICK DWELLING NO 35 I
N.W. AND A TWO-STORY FRAME DWELL
ING NO. 809 M ST. N.W.
By virtue of a decree passed In the Supreim
Court of the District of Colnmbia In the cap
of Hortakamp ct al. vs. Kcarner. Equity Ko
31135, we will sell at public auction. In fron
of the premises, on THURSDAY. THE TWEN
TY-FOURTH DAY OF OCTOBER 1912. com
menclng at HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.
the following described land and premises, sit
uate In the city of Wash'ngton. in said District
and known as and being sublot 18 of A. R
Shepherd's subdivision of square 623. improve!
by premises No. 35 II 6t. n.w.
t Also same day at FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.
a all that part of lot numbered 3. in square nam
bered 400. beginning for the same at a poln
f 57 feet west from the southeast corner of sail
, square and running thence north 110 feet to ai
I alley: thenee west 14 feet 4 Inches: tbenc
. south 110 feet to M street north; thence eas
i 14 feet 4 Inches to the place of beginning, im
proved by frame dwelling No. 809 M at. n.w.
' Terms of sale: One-third of the purchasi
money to he paid in cash anil the halanee ii
two equal installments, payable in one and twi
years from the day of salp. and to be represents
. by the promissory notes of the purchaser, bear
ing Interest at the rate of alx per centum pe
- annum, payable semi-annually, and secured b;
deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash
; , at the option of the purchaser. $100 deposl
' upon e??-h parcel required upon acceptance o
t bid. All conveyancing, notary feea and record
t Ing at purchaser's cost. Terms to be compile*
' with within fifteen days or trustees may adver
tlse and sell at the purchaser's risk and cost
after five days' previous advertisement of sucl
resale published in some newspaper of Washing
ton, D.C.
JOSEPn R. FAGUE. Trustee.
503 E st. n.w.
I CHARLES S. SHREVE. Jr.. Trustee.
ocl2-dd:ds.eSu Femlall Building.
TOMORROW.
| " ADAM A. VVESCHLKK. AUCTIONEER.
GOVERNMENT SALE OF OFFICE FIRM
TI RE, ETC.
On FRIDAY. OCTOBER TWENTY-FIFTH
1912, at ELEVEN O'CLOCK A.M.. I will s*l
by public auction, nt the east wing of the IT. S
courthouse. Judiciary Square, lot miscellaneou
' Desks. Chairs, Bookcases, 2 Elliott Book Type
writera, etc., etc.
Terms cash.
oc23-2t AULICK PALMER, U. 8. Marshal.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL Kf>
t t Tr *i?i>nvrn nv Tiimrc^taiii
A 1 Li, 1.111 UV? lil' W B * (ll>l>li-U 1 "4? .
BRICK DWELLING. NO. 1709 17TI
STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtue of u certain deed of trust duly re
corded in Liber No. ."085. folio 462 et aeq., o
'the land records of the District of Columbia
and at the request of the party secured thereby
the undersigned trustees will sell at public auc
tlon. In front of the premises, on FRIDAY
THE TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF OCTOBER
A.D. 1912. AT HALF-PART FOUR O'CLOCl
P.M.. the following described land and prem
Ises. situate in the District of Columbia. an<
designated as and being lot 67 in David M
Lea's subdivision of lots in square nuinbere*
178. as per plat recorded In the office of tlx
surveyor for the District of Columbia in Llbe
21. at folio 124. together with the improve
ments.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchasi
money to he paid in cash. balance in two equa
installments, payable in one und two years
with interest at 6 "per centum per annum, pay
able semi-annually, from day of sale, secure)
by deed of trust upon the property soid. or al
cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposi
of $200 will be required at time of sale. Al
conveyancing, recording, etc.. at cost of pnr
chaser. Terms of sale to he complied wltl
within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise
the trustees reserve the tight to resell tlx
property at the risk and cost of defaulting pur
chaser, after fire days' advertisement of sucl
resale in some newspaper published in Wash
Ington, D. C.
JAMES M. GREEN,
CHARLES W. SIMPSON.
oelS-d&ds.esSu Trustees.
~TH0S. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS-"
TRUSTEES' SALE OF NEARLY NEW TWO
STORY BRICK DWELLING, NO. 3416 WAR
DEIt STREET N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded lu Liber No. 3492. at folio 229 et seq.
one of the laud records for the District of Co
i lumbia, und at the request of the party secure*
thereby, we will sell at public auctiou. in fnon
of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE TWENTY
FIFTH DAY OF OCTOBER. 1912. AT FOUF
O'CLOCK P.M., the following described lane
n/1 ttvomiaoci oitnatA In fltA Ti I c I elV a# /~Vv1aa**v
|'iQUiiacaf suuaic IU tuu ui wtaui
' bia. known and distinguished as lot 21 in M
Isabella Parker's subdivision of part of block 5)
Whitney Close, as per plat recorded In Liber No
41, folio 34, of the records of the office of tht
surveyor of the District of Columbia.
Te-ins: Sold subject to a prior deed of truw
for $2,000, bearing interest at &/o. maturing No
vember 2ft. 1014, and the amount over said tms'
to be paid as follow-6: $100 deposit require*
upon acceptance of bid, $100 within fifteen dayi
and the remainder in monthly installments oi
$20.50 eaclf, secured by a second deed of trust
or all cash over said prior trust, at purchaser1!
option. Sale to be closed within fifteen days, oi
deposit forfeited. Conveyancing, etc., at pur
chaser's coat.
BRAIN AM) W. PARKER.
FREDERICK A. PENNING.
oc33-3t Tnisteea.
PI Tl'RR D AYS,
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Bankruptcy Sale of
De Tamble Runabout.
On SATURDAY OCTOBER TWENTY-SIXTH.
, 1912. AT TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON. I will s. ll
by public auction, at Woschler's. 020 Pa. ave.
1 n.w.. one Two-cylinder l)c Tamble Runaliout.
Terms cash. LUCAS P. LOVING,
oc23-3t Trustee, Carter Motor Car Corp.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
CHANCERY RAI-E OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. LOCATED ON
HAMLIN STREET BETWEEN TWELFTH
AND THIRTEENTH STREETS NORTHEAST.
BROOK LAND.
Br virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, passed In equity cause
No. 30711, 1, the undersigned trustee, wlil sell
at public auction. In front of the premises, on
WEDNESDAY THE TWENTY-THIRD DAY OF
OCTOBER. 1912, AT HALF-PAST FOUR
O'CLOCK P.M.. the following-described lands
and premises, situate in the city of Washington,
Distrlcf of Columbia, and described as follows,
to wit: Ail that piece or parcel of land known
as and being lot numbered seven (7) In block
numbered twentv-six (201 of Benjamin F. Leigh
IOD H dDQ Kicnuru E.. rairu n, irunitxs, icturufa
subdivision of a tract of land called Brookland.
, as recorded In the office of the surveyor of the
District of Columbia, In Liber No. (, County
Subdivision, folios 103 and 104. located on Ham;
lln street between 12tb and 13 tb streets north >
east, Brookland
i Terms of sale: One-third cash, the balance la
i two equal Installments, payable In one and two
years, with Interest at six per cent per annum,
paysble semi-annually, from day or sale, aei
cured by a deed of truat upon the property sold,
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser.
Terms to be compiled with within fifteen days
from date of sale, otherwise the trustee reserves
the right to resell the property at the risk and
cost of the defaulting purchaser after ten days'
advertisement of such resale in some newspaper
published In tbe city of Washington. District of
Columbia J.
DAWSON WILLIAMS. Trustee.
oclO-d&ds.eSu Columbian building.
J7THE ABOVE SALE 18 POSTPONED, ON
account of the rain, until SATURDAY, THE
TWENTY-SIXTH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1813,
-same hour and place.
oe2*-5t SXOttDSS OF THE TBUSXGB.
%
AUCTION SALSA
] rPTCTIE PAT*.
r C. G. SI/JAN & OO.. INC.. AUCTlO.vWiRS.
< trustees' sale or valuable diprovei
fp REAL ESTATE; PREMISES NO. 300 NEW
1 YORK AVENUE NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of tn?t duly re
n corded In Liber No. 2967. folio 171 et seq.. o
d the land records of the District of Columbia, an!
e at the request of the part/ secured thereby, we
. the undersigned trustees, will sell at public sue
f tlon. in front of tbe premises, on TUESDAY.
* THE TWENTY-NINTH DAY OK OCTOBER
" A.D. 1912. AT HALF-PAST FOUR OCLOCB
>. P.M., the following described land and prem
>. Ises. situate In the city of Washington, In tin
n District of Columbia, and designated as am
_ being lot numbered flfty-nlne <59*. In Willian
* Powell's subdivision of part of square numbers*
_ five hundred and fifty-seven (557). as per pis'
recorded in Liber No. 12, at folio 163. of th<
_ records of the offi-c of the surveyor for salt
District, together with tbe improvements, con
sis ting of premises known as No. 200 New Yori
I avenue nortbweat.
J Terms of sale; One-third of the purchase monej
? to be paid In cash, and tbe balance in two equa
* installments, payable In one and two years, wltl
;* interest at 5 per centum per annum, payabli
semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by dee*
of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, a
the option of tbe purchaser. A deposit of $101
will be required of the purchaser at the time o
_ sale. All conveyancing, recording and notarla
fees at the coat of tbe purchaser. Terms of sah
to be complied with within fifteen days fron
~ day of sale, otherwise tbe trustees reserve tb<
right to resell the property at tbe risk and cos
of tbe defaulting purchaser after five days' ad
i vertlsement of such resale la some newspape
. published In the city of Washington, D. C.
j HERMAN E. GASCH,
1321 New York ave. n.w.,
OTTO H. LCEBKERT.
. Colorado bldg..
oclT-lOt.eSu Trustees.
^ THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS. ~
It
r TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM
d PROVED REAL ESTATE, BEING FIKT1
* BUILDING LOTS FRONTING ON MIL
P WAUKEE. LOWELL AND NEWARK
- STREETS, NEAR FORTY-FOURTH STREET
d WESLEY HEIGHT8, D. CJ
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dnly re
J corded In Liber No. 1736. folio 389 et seq., o
J tbe land redords of the District of Columbia, atw
1 at the request of the party secured thereby, th<
'* undersigned substituted trustee will sell at pub
* He auction. In front of the premises, on MON
DAY, THE FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBER
A.D. 1912. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol
lowing described land and premises. %!tuate li
the county of Washington. District of Columbia
and designated as and being lots numbered thlr
teen <13? to twenty-nine (20i, both inclusive, an<
thirty-four (34) to forty-three (43>. both tnclu
sire, in block numbered twenty-four (24); lotr
numbered seventeen (lit to twenry-three (23i
both inclusive, and twenty-si* |26> to thirty
three (33). both Inclusive, 111 block numbere*
twenty-eight (28). and all of block nrnnbem
twenty-three (23) in John F. Waggaman's sub
division of parts of a tract of land known ai
. Alliance, and now called Wesley Heights, ai
per plat recorded in Liber County No. 7. pag?
117. in the aurveyor's office of the District o:
Columbia.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchaa
money to be paid in cash, balance on or befor<
two years from day of aale, with interest at
per centum per annum, payable aemi-atmuaUy
from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upoi
the property sold, or all cash, at the option o
_ tlie purchaser. A deposit of $.">00 will be re
quired at Ume of sale. All conveyancing, re
cording, etc.. at cost of purchaser. Terms o
sale to be complied with within 20 days fron
1 day of sale, otherwise the substituted truste
i- reserves the right to resell the property at th<
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after flv<
e dayH' advertisement of such resale in some news
e paper published in Washington. D. C.
It. THOMAS ROBINSON,
t oc24-dftds.eSu Substituted Trustee.
I tTj. OWEN ft SON. AUCTIONEERS.
I ______
! EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VACANT GROUND
WHOLLY SURROUNDED BY PUBLIC AL
LEYS, IN SQUARE 1018. BEING SUITABI1
i SITE FOR GARAGFiS OR STABLES: AM
ALSO OF A BUILDING LOT ON SOUT1
CAPITOL STREET IN SQUARE 702.
i- Acting as executor and trustee under the wll
t of Edward N. R'cbard* deceased, and also pur
1 Pliant to authority conferred by decrees of tb<
b ! Supreme Court of tlie District of Colombia
p passed in equity cause No. 20251 the under
t signed will offer for sale by public auction, ii
front of the respective premises, on TUESDAY
THE TWENTY-NINTH DAY OF OCTOBER
1012. AT THE HOIJOS BELOW DESIGNATED
a the following-described parcels of nnlmprove*
a land, situate in the city of Washington. D. C.
1 namely:
At FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.?The south 77 fee
r bv the full width of 93 feet and 3 inches o
r original lots 17 and 18 in square 1018. betweei
. D and E. 12th and 13tb streets southeast. Thi
t property fronts on a public alley 30 feet wide
f has public alleys on each side and In the rear
- I and contains 7.180.25 square feet of ground
i more or less. It is shown on plat recorded ii
the office of the surveyor of the District of Co
lumbia in Book 41. page 15.
J At FOUR FORTY-FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.?Lo
llii in wiuiam a tviirnaroa ami ?iuer? sun
<li vision of lots In square 702. This property
fronts 15.70 feet on South Capitol street be
tween N and O streets, and extends hack o
tbat width 80 feet to n public alley, accordinj
to plat of said subdivision recorded In Book 30
pace 157, in the office of the aforesaid surveyor
Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance ii
equal installments at one and two years frou
the time of sale, deferred payments to bear 69
- interest, payable semi-annually, and to be se
cured by a deed of trust on the property sold
, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. I
1 deposit of $100 will be required at the time o
>. sale on each of the two above-described parcels
s Terms to be complied with within 15 days fron
date of sale or deposit may be forfeited. Con
veyanclng and recording at cost of purchaser.
WILLIAM C. PRENTISS.
Executor and Trustee.
Office Metropolitan Bank building,
ocl 7 -d&ds.eSe
I- ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
i*
1 Large Sale Household Fur\
niture, Upright Pianos.
Carpets, Rugs, Etc., b}
[ Order U. S. Marshal, C,
j W. Fowler, Administra\
tor, and Others,
r BY PUBLIC AUCTION.
t At Weschler's, 920 Pa. Ave. N.W.
1 SATURDAY, COMMENCING
' AT 9:30 A.M.,
1 Including several Upright Pianos, by order o:
, U. S. marshal; Parlor Suites and odd pieces
1 Oak. Mission and Walnut Bookcases: Bookcase!
and Secretaries. Brass Beds. Dressers. C'iiffon:er"
Hair and Felt Mattresses, Wardrobes. Round Ex
, tension Tables. Chairs. Sideboards. Buffets, Chint
. Closets. Ladies' Desks. Couches. Hall Racks
. Wardrobes. Sewing Machines, Refrigerators, Fln<
, Cabinet Gaa Range, Bakers. Ov.-n and parapher
. nalla. Medical Electric Machine and Denta:
Basin. Clocks. Ornaments, Mirro-s, Phonographs
Blankets, Carpets, Rugs, etc., etc.
At 12 O'Clock Noon,
"De Tamble" Runabout by Ordei
Trustee, 5-Passenger, 45-H.P
"Peerless," 40-H.P., 5-Passen;
ger "Thomas," Driving Mare
; Buggy and Harness. Carriages
1 Wagons, Surreys, Runabouts,
j Harness, Etc.
1 /r v, tntti 4 n*rcrrir ro a ...a.
ll'lius L-acuu a. n w?viiia.n, aui'u
oc24-2t
i THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
i TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. KNOWN AS NO. 310 S
t STREET NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re|
corded la Liber No. 2020, folio 277 ct seq., ol
1 the land records of the District of Columbia,
? and at the request of the party secured thereby.
' the undersigned substituted trustee will sell, at
nubile auction. In front of the premises, on
? MONDAY, THE TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY OK
r OCTOBER, A.D. 1012. AT FIVE O'CLOCK
P.M., the following described land and premises,
situate In the county of Washington. District of
Columbia, and designated as and being the west
half of lot 4, block 8, Eckington, designated
also for assessment as lot 803. square 3570,
together with the Improvements, consisting of a
' two (2) story and cellar semi-detached frame
house, known as No. 310 R street northeast.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid In cash, balance in two equal
Installments, parable In one and two years,
with interest at 6 per centum per annum,
payable semi-annually, from day of sale, se:
cured by deed of trust upon the properry sold,
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of $100 will be required at time of
sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc., at cost
of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied
, with within ten days from day of sale, otherwise
the trustee reserves the right to resell
the property at the risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser, after five days' advertisement of
such resale In some newspaper published in
Washington, D. C.
ALAN O. CLEPHANE.
Substituted Trustee,
oclT-d&ds.exSu Wllklns Building.
ADAM A, WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
TRCOTEES' SALE OF TWO-STORY FRAME
DWELLING. NO. 733 SIXTH STREET
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly recorded
In Liber No. 3113, folio tW et seq., of the
land records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will sell at public auction,
in front of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE
I'lTKiT ntv I tic VOVFAIRKIt A n 1<|12 AT
HAIF-PAST FOl'R OCDOCK P.M., the followiug
real estate, in the city of Washington. District
of Columbia, to wit: Parts of lots IB and
16 in square 486. beginning on 6th street west
16 feet 8 Inches north from southwest corner of
said lot 16, thence north along 6th street 16
feet 8 inches, thence east 85 feet -to a public
alley, thence south along said alley 16 reet 8
inches, thence west 85 feet to the beginning, together
with the Improvements thereof.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, the balance In
one and two years, with interest at six per cent,
secured by deed of trust upon the property sold,
or all cash. A deposit of $200 required at time
of sale. All conveyaucing and recording at cost
of purchaser. Terms to !>e complied with within
fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the
trustees reserve the right to resell the property
at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser,
after five days' advertisemejit of such re sals in
some newspaper published in the city of Washington,
D. C,
IIEXRY H. BBRGMANN,
GEORGE M. EMMERICH,
ocS&diui* Trustee*.
AUCTION SALES
mr?B pays.
* 3J ADAM A. WESCI
| i; Administrator's sale <
: }\ valuable Antique and M
[ ;; ture, Rare Oriental Rugs
j II Silver Ornaments, Curi<
i ;; Haviland China, Drapei
( I I monds, Jewelry, etc.
* " The undersigned admini>tr
j? of an order of the Supreme Cou
J ^1 holding a probate court in re e<
I ? Efilien A. De Va
1 :: WILL SELL BY PI
11; at wesc
* I 920 PA. A^
; WEDNESDAY, 0C1
t Commencing at I
And continuing the following <
% is sold.
"a A large and valuable collection of
? many rare art objects gather*
I ? On View Tuesda
^ II Terms cash. J. M. C.
: ? oc24-d&dbs
f. ?????????~
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
: Valuable Unimproved Lots on
' Volta Place Between 33d and
j 34th Streets, Also on K Street
Between 24th and 25th Streets
! N.W., by Auction.
J By virtue of authority vested in the underJ
signed I will sell by public auction in front of
1 the respective premise*, on THURSDAY. TIIK
* THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER. 1911', the
following real estate, to wit:
' AT 4 O'CLOCK P.M.
. The east 20 feet by full depth of lot I'd.
Beatty A Hawkins' addition. Georgetown. D. C-.
. on Volta place between 33rd and 34th at*. n-w.
I AT 4:30 O'CLOCK P.M.
s Parts of lota 17 and IS in square 2S. 13xl24.ll.
to 25-foot alley, on south aide K st. between
j 24th and 25tb sts. n.w.
f Term*: One-fourth cash. balance in one. two
. and three yeara. or all cash. $50 deposit on
each lot at sale. All conveyancing and recording
t at purchaser'a coat.
i j ?'-4-d*ds.e.Su ADAM A. WESCHLER Auct. j
r A I# A 31 A. WLdtdLC.ll, Alt
P ?
I Trustee's Sale of Premises No.
525 Sixth Street Northwest.
By virtue of the authority ve??e?l in me bv
- deed of trust, recorded in Liber No. 3<KW. at '
folio 131 et seq.. of the land records of the District
of Columbia. I will offer for sale a? uub'ic
auction. In front of the premises, on MOND\T.
r THE TWENTY-F.IOHTH DtY OF OCTOBER.
* 1?12 AT FIVE O'CLOCK P H.. parts of original
J lots numbered seven (7) and nine in aqnai?
* numbered four hundred and etchty-elrht (4KS<
fronting 24 feet '<Vi inches on Sixth str-et w st
* by a depth of 114 feet 6 inches to an alley. m >re 1
particularly described In said deed of trust, and I
* Improved by s brick dwelling hou?e.
Terms: One-third cash, balance In equal la
stalimenta. payati'e one and two years afte
1 date, secured on th<* pmpertv and -eore?ente I
by the promissory notes of the n-rcha-er. with
. interest at payable setni-a-nuallc. or all
cash, at nnrrhaaer's option. $210 deposit r1
quired. Expenses of conveyancing, etc.. st pur.
chaser's cost. Terms of sM- to be f-'fi led within
ten dsya otherwise the nnlendrm d rescr ea
t the rlrbt to resell at the coat and risk of the
f defau'Hn* nnrchaser.
1 WHARTON* E. LESTER. Survlv'n- Trustee,
n oe!7-d*ds eSn 4'd 5*h at. n.w.
' C. G. SLOAN & CO. Inc., Aucts.,
i 1407 G Street.
" LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE
I SALE AT SLOAN'S,
\ 1407 G ST.,
f SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26,
* 1912, AT 10 A.M.,
I HOUSEHOLD GOODS OF
* EVERY DESCRIPTION, OFi
FICE FURNITURE, ABOUT
200 LAW BOOKS. UPRIGHT
! PIANO, BRASS BEDS, PAINTINGS,
RUGS, SHOWCASES
AND FIXTURES, ETC
AND AT 12 M.,
AUTOMOBILES, HORSES,
. CARRIAGES, HARNESS, ETC.
TERMS CASH.
' C. G. SLOAN & CO., INC.
oc24 2t
THOS. J. OWEN * SON. ALCi'iONEEKS.
* ?
TRUSTEES* SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. KNOWN AS NO. 2019 l?th
STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded
in Liber No. 230tf. folio 404 et seq.. of
the land re< oras of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the party secured t te el>y.
the undt-. signed trustees will sell, at public aucs
?t/v~ i mm. nf nrAmi^Ak An VVPn \ ESH i V
THE THIRTIETH^ DAY'oF OCTOBER. ~A~V. j
1312. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the following de- '
b"-r!!ed land and premises. situate in the county
f of Washington. District of Columbia, and desig- I
nntid as and being lot 2d. block 3. Washington'
, Heights, said block beiig designated also for the |
purposes of assessment as square 2555, together .
I with the Improvements, consisting of three (3) I
k story and basement brick house No. 2019 19th j
et-eet northwest.
I Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money j
I to be paid in cash, balance on or before three
i years, with Interest at five per centum per an- i !
num. payable semi-annually, from day of sale.
' secured by deed of trust up-w the property sold,
or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of $230.09 will t.e required at time of
. sale. AH conveyancing, recording, etc., at cost
of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with
within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise 1
the trustees reserve the right to resell the prop- i
erty at the risk an<1 cost of defaulting purchaser, <
ufter five days' advertisement of such resale In '
some newspaper puhlisl e.i iu Washington, D. C. '
' II. ROZIER DDL ANY. J
A. WALTON FLEMING. 1
' 1333 F St. B.W..
t oclS-dAds.eSu Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED
REAL ESTATE ON A STREET
BETWEEN ltith AND 17th STREETS NORTHEAST.
i By virtue oi a certain deed of trust duly re- '
I corded in Liber No. 3270. folio 4t5 ct seq.. of the
laud records of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured therehv, the *
undersigued trustees will sell at public auction.
In frouf of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE .
FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D. 1U2. AT 1
FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described ;
land ami premises, situate in the city of Wash- I
ington. District of Columbia, and designated as *
and being all of original lot No. <13< thirteen. In I
square ten hundred eighty-four '
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase (
money to be paid In cash, balance In two equal
Installments, payablg In one and two years, with 1
Interest at 6 per csntnm per annum, payable . t
semi-annually, from day of sale, se.-u e.j by d< ed j '
of trust upon the property ui'.d. or ail ? ?*' . at i
the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $10,).y0 ! .
will be required at time of sale. All conveyane- j *
Ing, recording, etc.. at cost of purchaser. Terms , *
of sale to be compiled with within lo days from ?
day of sale, otherwise tie trustees reserve tie \
right to resell the property nt the risk ami cost "
of defaulting purchaser, af: r five days' advertisement
of such resale in some newspaper published
In Washington. I). C. j.
, ANDREW WILSON
THOMAS H. PICK FORD.
<m-23-ddtds.eSu T i uateew. j
MOVING. PACKING A STORAGE J
PACKING. Phone M. 2010. MOVING. <,
KRIEG'S EXPRESS. 1224 H ?t. n.w.
Large padded vane. Experienced men. <
Get our estimate. t
SHIPPING. STORAOR 1
WASHINGTON SAFE DEPOSIT CO. (INC.). *
913-918 Pa. a*e. n.w. f
FIREPROOF STORAGE. a
noma. (2 wo. up. Pbone Main 201.
Estimates f-irril bed. 3
? Y
B ifore _ ,
Moving j
Tonr household goods let as furnish an estimate. J1
Kates by load or contract. Padded ran* and re- I'
liable movers. Packing. Shipping. Storage.
Merchants* Transfer & Storage Co. 8
Phone Main 0800. 920-922 E at. n.w.
GET OUR ESTIMATES O.N ABSOLUTELY
FIREPROOF .STORAGE. PACKING * MOVING.
UNITED 8TATES STORAGE CO.. F
418-20 lOth ST. N.W. PHONE 482R
STORK YOUR FURNITURE. PIANOS. ETC.. at
WESCHLER'8. 920 Pa. are. n.w. Ratea *'
reasonable. Betlmates cheerfully given. Pbona o
o
PADDED VANS. f4 AND $5 LOAD; 2 HORSR ..
wagons. S3 load. Phone Main 1915-1916.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER St STORAGE CO.. it
90S NEW YORK AVE. N.W.
Packing St Shipping. Storage. <2 ran lead. 11
STORAGE ? PblVATE APARTMENTS: VERT l
beat accommodations; padded rasa Particulars _
nt S?T 14th at. n.w.. LITTLEFIKLD. ALVOBD ??
A 00.. epp. New WUlanL IeL W< 73T. h
AUCTION SALES.
nnmuitv*. *
>
1LER, Auctioneer. $
of a large collection of &
odern Household Furni- *
o
and Carpets, Paintings, |
?s, Cut Glass. Brasses, $
ies. Linen, Books, Dia- ?
W
ator, d. b. n., c. t. a., by virtue X
irt of the District of Columbia, *
state of ?
ilin, Deceased, t
LJBLIC AUCTION, f
:hlers, $
kre. N.W., |
fOBER 30th, 1912, f
10 ?'Clock A.M., ?
:lav at the same hour until all y
Household Appoint m.-nts. including y
?d from all purts of the world. V
y, Qctolber 291st. X
\RLISLE. Administrator, ?
717 14th St. NAY. ^
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| The links are in perfect condition and the
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A First -class Hotel.
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Resident pliyalclan. Tonic batlis. ere.
Diet kitchens
F. L. YOl'NG. General Manager.
The Wiltshire, J2T oJS
Greatly Improved Cap., 250. Priests baths,
running water In reams; elevator: sua parlor,
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Specalist, 804 I! 7th St*
"27 YEARS' practice 1%
Diseases of the Nervons Stupid. Skin. RM.
Heart. Stoinarh. Liver, Kliloeya, Bidder. None.
Throat and Lunga. Slrlctut* A aricoce.e iM
Hrdiwrlf.
Blood Dispa?p? and Wt"rt?T ?f the I rlauf
.Fran* promptly relieved by a*? m?-tV>dy.
Hour*; in to I and S to > *i-i?d ye. Id to I.
PR.BALDUS. ','rr ?ST*r.'..
On the Nervous System Blood and Stomach.
Doctor" a service and medicine. two dollara.
Hour" 10 to 8. P' on" M 2M*>. C'<wd Sunday*.
Lung, Nose and Throat
TREATMENTS.
If you have Catarrh, Bronchitis, Hay lever or
jny Lung. Nose or Throat muMo you should
take mv Oaotic Inhalations with iny app'ioatiou
>e soothing medicated oils They will rune you.
It a tic Klectrl-lty and Violet B?y applied lu
^iironic aud in rvoua diseases. Dr. KOONOE.
Specialist, let) M at. n.w. Hours, 10 to 12 m.;
"Dr. SHADE
SPECIALIST
728 Thirteeotlh St.
>VF.R 30 YEA UK" PRACTICE TRKATTNO
STOMACH AND NERVOC8 DISEASES
Indigestion. Luu of Appetite. Constipation,
"lizzlness, Bad Taste. Fullness after Eating.
Vakefuhit-ss. Loss of Flesh. Heart TrouWe. Palpitation,
Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Stricture,
tallow Complexion. Pimples. Blood and 8kia
>lHeaaes, Loss of Vitality, and Special private
Ailments of Both Sexes cored promptly
"608" administered).
Consultation free, medicines furnished, charges
otr.^ Hours. 9 to 1 and 8 to 8. Sundays, 10
~ DR. FISK ELGIN
"Xpert in treatment of special diseases, chronic
ud acute; both sexe*. All consultations condlentlal.
Medicine furnished Price* moderate.
<. K. cor, "tli and t? n n Plione Main 7??47.
Prices of Poems.
rom the I.ondoD Chronicle.
What is the highest price ever paid by
t publisher for a poem? It would be In*
?i.?*hA? On?f o/lfun^*
erebllUg to KIIUW \% wrmn aiij ????.? v
ias ever been made on the ?3.0w that
Scott received for "Rokeby." Mr. Stephen
Jwynn. in his "Life of Moore." tells us
hat Murray offered 2.000 guineas for the
opyrtght of "Laila Rookh." -but Moorea
riendt; thought he should have more,
ind, going to Longman, they claimed that
Ir. Moore should receive no less than the
tighest price ever paid for a poem.
That/ said Longman, 'was ?3,<k*> paid
or "Rokeby." ' On this basis they treatd,
and Longman was Inclined to stipuate
for a preliminary pereuai. Moore.
iowever. refused, and the agreement was
inally worded: 'That upon your giving
nto our hands a poem of the length of
Rokeby" you shall receive from us m
um of ?3,000.' *"
The Watermelon Unmasked. v\
torn the Near York Mali.
Did you ever stop to think what a
raud the watermelon is? It coats three
r four cents a pound and three-fourths
f It is waste. The part you eat coats
ou twelve or fifteen cents a pound. And
: is ninety-nine per cent water. The
ttle sugar that you get out of it cost*
ou 312 a pound. It would be moch
heaper to buy your sugar at sis csnte
pound and draw the water from the
ydranu . ^ _ _

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