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HELP AND SITUATIONS.
LOST & FOUND.
| BEE PACK T.
HELP MALE
-VETER mail O ninth'A I, recommendation*
on applying for employment. Vte COPiBBr
ATJTO MECHANIC First-class, all-around
wan. Apply 1828 L st. n.w.
■AUTOMOBILE MECHANICS. 2, first-class. ]
Apply Mr B. C. Jarboe. District Oakland Com. .
patty. 1709 I. st. n.w. I
ArrrOMOBILK REPAIRER and chauffeur \
wanted. A. C. Cab., 63 M st. s.v . i-ucoln i

BOY. colored. with wheel, to deliver pack- j
and d«» porter work; must know the city. 1
■Apply at once. The Hootery. 028 F at.
BOY. colored, for acnernl work in mr*ket '
*tand. Stand Id. Arcade Market. !
HOT vanted to work in Rents* furnishing
Ntore. Apply 1008 Tth st. n.w. 2*
ROT, white, - work around gas station. 1783
Florid* ave. n.w. •
I»ny to learn auto business; must drive Ford; ]
vrate salary wanted and ago. Address Box :
I*7B-X. Star office. 2* I
FAFPENTKH— Hotel work: able to repair fur
niture See Mr. Scudder. 1120 Vermont
ave. n.w _____
« AKPKNTEK with peneral experience around
hotels and apartment houws; SIOO per month,
nooni and meals. Apply Kngineer, 1708 L st.
a.w.
< HAITTKI RS. white, ace must be 30 or
•ver: good pay, steady job. 1139 17th n.w. •
COLLECTORS to colle.-t on recular routes:
fniist know Waahtncton thore ighly; g<x»d pay.
900 Fed.-Amer Nat. Rank •Vdc.
OENTLEMEN of ••duration. tor «tpar* nme or
whole time, t-.» represent lead ins New York
Ufa insurance company Address Box 216- H
S*sr office j
i K STLEM AN, ■ onaclentious, edn»ated. .V* to j
ye ars ~f at a m«*dc*t salary, to visit •
for’a leadin': »'fe insurance company certain j
people in Wasfiimrtou: unemployed preferred.
Addreks Box 297-V. Star office.
UOLLKi TORS ed, must know the
r : fv and have car; no others need apply, oil
MAN FOR Alt AGE- Must lie a good car
washer: need not apply without references.
Federal Auto Supply. 477 I*a. ave. n.w.
MAN, having T»«»,!ge delivery truck, wants
work an delivering orders. Apply 1021 Sth
ft. n.w, *• |
MAN Young, white or colored, to wt»rk in j
gas and battery station: on** with some bat- J
ifry experience prcferrtsj. Applv ;n person, j
Seaton «.Hrnc»". 306 Rhmle Inland ave. n.w. j
|
t\ n White or colored, to wash cars and to!
make himself generally useful around parage, j
Npply in person, boa ton Garage. 45 Seaton j
MAN with su« *essful sales experience deair- j
inp to enter the insurance business will Pnd j
excellent opportunity by addressing Ho\ 290-X.
brar office. Full commission with guarantee;
highest references required.
MEN—Three, f-r insurance work; experience
unnecessary. We will teach you how to
build your own business and make at least
£l5O per month while learning. Maximum
commission and fully equipped office. Agency
Superintendent 700 Bond bldg., before 10
•urn. or after 1 p.m
MEMBERS ill V It ET RES E NT A TIVES for
campaign in Washington and 25 miles out into
Virginia; full or part time. Apply by mail or
In person between 930 and 11 ain American
Aatomobib As so., 1108 18th at. n.w.
PATENT SOlTlClfoH rrcferably with knowl
edge of chemistry, for employment this city,
►alary not exceeding S 3 51)0 per year: state cx '■
perfence. Address Box *V. Star office
PRESS KR While. Wo« xin iff lir> rieari:ng
Co. 400 18th sL_ n.w.
PRESSKR. experienced wit I. experi
ence in wo* denning 1412 li st nw. • ]
SALESMEN Three. fuiTonr Ua, selling force:
•vacancies created by promotion of salesmen
earning R 0 per week; will pa> £3 p*-r day to
f«eginners. Apply to 900 American-Federal
National Bank bide
SALESMEN -Two city salesmen; permanent
position; salary and bonus. i'amdl Erwin
i o , Inc.. 797 12th st. n.w., factory distrib
utors 1960 Washers. Royal cleaners. 3*
SERVB’E 'MANAGER, preferably with car.
experienced elect real appliance*. See Mr.
* lapp. Room 2. 1317 N Y ave. n.w
SHOE SALESMAN, experienced. Apply 442
9th n.w. _ • I
SOLICITORS—An attra Sve pioposition and I
peasant work. Apnly 2»7J7 Kst n.w. 6* j
ST EM Hilt APH ER -C.oGd ’opport unity in office j
of advertising agency. Chance to learn busi- I
ness if serious and ambitious. Must be good f
stenographer and have knowledge of general I
office practices, state age. experience, start- I
ing salary desired. Give phone number. Ad
dress Box 46-V. Star office.
TIRE SALESMAN —Experienced, to travel D. 1
C and Virginia: established rl.entele. Write :
Spartan Rubber Tire Co.. Baltimore. Md. I
Y’OL'NG MAN. knowlwlge of shoe busiDet»s. j
Ask for Mr. l>*wis. 911 Pa ave. n.w.
TOI’NG MAN with machine, prefer one with j
knowledge of book keep ntr In r»*al estate office: j
salary. £2O per week: a worker can make SSOO I
monthly: gi\e e\per : en<*e and references. Ad- j
dress Rox 14 Y’. Star office 4* j
Y’orNG MAN Over 21: good opportunity: :
with or wiffiout selling experience: can make I
$35 per week taking orders for us; guaran- j
to*>d S 3 per day. Apply 1317 F n.w.. Room 1
000.
YOUNG MAN, mechanically inclined. 1117 j
14th st. n.w. 1
YOUNG MAN. over 20. to erect antennas, i
Phone F. 94T4. •_ j
SUPERVISOR FOR LARGE
picture framing department. I
Must have considerable skill as a
workman as well as ability to
supervise. Apply by letter, slat
ing age. cxpereince and salary
expected. Address Box 346-X,
Star office.
Enthusiastic Woman
Can secure permanent position with private
banking house: experience not necessary, but
must stand close investigation. For loyalty
«T>d co-operation we will pay well. For per
-'•nal interview call Main 6929 or Franklin
2338. •
TRUCK DRIVER
Experienced i White tracki. Apply t, Mr.
<3undcrs, 919 loth st. between 6;30 and 7
I
Real Estate Salesman
With automobile.
DAVID E. BARRY, 1S0 ‘“ V,. w ‘
DRIVE A
BLACK & WHITE!
Wc need—right away—sever- j
al hustling, experienced chauf-i
feurs who want to make big
money. References required.
Apply to Mr. Ryan. Black &
White Garage. 1214 New Hamp
shire ave. n.w.
CHAUFFEURS FOR
YELLOW CABS.
We pay the highest wages in j
the city. New men average 28c j
net on every dollar they lake in. j
This is our busy season and j
your take-in will be large. Your!
pay increases as you stay with
us. Apply 1233 20th st. n.w.
WANTED—SALESMEN.
SALESMEN, three, good. experienced in auto
mobile trucks preferred with best line and
greatest number of models in Washington.
Men who are hustlers ana capable of working
into big money. Very attractive proposition.
See Mr. Bell at 9 a.m.. 1 or 5 p.m. Williams j
Motor fn . HIT V Y. ave. n.w i
HELP—MALE AND FEMALE. !
COUPLE, good pay and room for cleaning, j
dishwashing, bus* boy and some cooking, j
Phone Mam 7820. _____ J
MAN OK WOMAN of ability to fill position
jn our real estate sales department. Free in
struction. Experience unnecessary. Need not
interfere with present occupation. Employ
ment whole or part time. Lectures on sales
manship every Tuesday at 5 p.m. William r.
Matte son. Bond building.
STENOGRAPHER, typist or clerk may earn
tuition in practical subjects in the spring
time, starting this week, by day or night
work at Research University. 20 Jackson pi. I
Main 540. «* )
WHITE BUTLER. S9O: chambermaid. SSO. or i
man and wife, $135; chauffeur. $75; cook. SBS. |
or couple. *135. Also laundress, S3O; evperi- |
cnee and reference required: country place near .
Baltimore. Phone Hotel Hamilton, Room 1019, j
f-ir_ appointment. * (
INSTRUCTION COURSES
AS EVE. CLASS FORMING AT'ONVE IX
telephone switchboard operating. Short eve.
course to learu. lAst eve. class until Sept. 1.
• uford bldg., cor. 14th st. bet. New York ave.
and H.
AUTO DRIVING LESSONS PRIVATELY
given Call Line. P 2. We do the rent.
RADlO—Opportunity to travel, see the World
and receive a good salary, or get a good po
sition on « land station in any part of the
lountry. The first week's tn.tion will cost
you only $2.50. afford you the opportunity of
-ecing whether you like the i-ourse and rare
to continue it, and may be the means of
opening up a great future and lifting you
out of the old rut of bolding down that office
job which offers you nothing but a steady,
uninteresting grind. Costs you only $2.50 to
rry. All graduates placed in good positions.
Call, write, phone for partlcnlars. LOOMIS
RADIO COLLEGE, 405 9th. Phone Main
7338. 2*
ROVT) SCHOOL, 1338 G ST. (two floors).
I i r 30 days, touch typing,
Telling. Low rates. Slate 2S7ti. , ai-lS*
REG’LAR FELLERS—Puddinhead Has No Kick Coming. fUTSS By GENE BYRNES.
i ZTrZTZT j I I ( ] *%: V .'’A f&Smti . ) fc<
1 I 'OSSXSi TK«?wm \ E
Sfsr. . :J\ oe cewDYi HARDES* LUCK , ' j
1 Ajy ' ' ' i
_ . (Copyright. 1024. by The Bell 3yWna»e,lSe.! _ '"vi/'MH
INSTRUCTION COURSES
tiontinaeil. _
j AMERICA'S FOURTH INDUSTRY’ NEEDS |
I yon—good positions open in hotels, clubs. ■
' apartment houses, tea rooms, cafeterias. Class j
| forming: limited to 50. fall for particulars. I
LEWIS HOTEL TRAINING SCHOOLS, 1340 )
New York ave. _ j
HOTELS NEED TRAINED EXECUTIVES. WE }
train yon for high-salaried positions In hotels, j
dabs, apartment houses, tea rooms, cafeterias. I
Class forming; limited to 50. • all for particu
lars. LEWIS HOTEL TRAINING SCHOOLS, I
1340 New Y’nrk ave. 1
HOW no YOU USE YOU It SPAKE TIME?
Let ns trsin you to earn *SO to *IOO a week •
I making mechanics'., srchitectural or map J
i drs wiofs; indiTidiDil Instruction, diy or ere- •
I oinz: no experirnoe a r t'r**Mry. Start now. I
i Write, call or phono for particu ara Colura- ;
! bia Schtail of Draft.ng. Klb and T at*, n.w.
j Nor ti» 272.
j Building Trades Cdurue.
I ta-arn common brick’aying and hollow tile !
t retting. New class erganiz.ag. Evening 1
( dtKWP.
I V. M. U. A. Trade School, j
1736 G St. N.W.
Main 3250. j
Civil Service Examination. j
Special rates beginning today for first-grade j
derlc promotion evamir.ations, Apr. 14. Classes
5 days and 3 nights each week. Home study I
course. $5 Statistical clerk exam., Apr. 23; sal
ary. *1,140 to *1 340; age. 18 to 70; both men ;
and women. Special Instruction for stenography j
and typewriting exams.. Apr. 8 and May 13. |
Tuition. *5 Calculating machine. Apr. 23. I
Railway mail exam,. May 3; salary, $1.(500. 1
The Civil Service Preparatory Scho»d.
B.e. eorner_t2l!i and F n.w. Franklin 2080.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES ■ j
; BUSINKSS Pt3SIT!ONS
Washington Kmp l oymcnt Kxrhanro; eperatod
for the public the Wtiffilngton School for !
Secretancs Boom 213. Transportation hldj.. j
17t!> and IT sta n.w.
CHAUFFEURS. flrem**n. bullen*. jan lors, ;
ofKikih, laundresses, cleaners, day workers, ■
nurses, maids. l*ot. 89. 6* 1
KITCHKN MAIDS, cooks-, housemen, nieht- 1
porters, <-hanfPenrs. labc*r- j
ers. Fuller’s exchange, tiffice; 1221 25th st. ;
West 2089 3* j
SITUATION WANTED by white infant nurses j
cooks and butlers: recommended. Ladies’ Ex- *
chance. 807 Vermont ave.
WANTED, colored cook. S6O: waitress. SSO. {
leadie*’ Exchance. 807 Vermont axe
500 UOLORED PEOPLE want any kind work, j
1 Free White Cross Bureau. 921 N n.w. Dr. j
| Drew, president. North .3608. 2*
{ BIG LIST OF POSITIONS?
I for typists. P. B. X., stenographers, clerks,
j mechanics, chauffeurs, etc. Open daily.
National Personnel Bureau. *(
! 306 Bond bldg., 14th and V Y. Ave. M 5821 •
HELP—FEMALE.
\ BEAUTY PARLOR OPERATOR, all around; |
I must be good marceller. 5614 Conn. ave.. at ;
i McKinley st. 2*
j CHECKROOM GIRL and cigar clerk. Apply
i to manager. Franklin Square Hotel.
I COLLAR OTAKCHKIt AND IKONKU—BspctT- !
! enred. eood salary, apply at once. Conger 1
j Lanndry. 23d A X. Y. ave West 887 _ i
1 DEMONSTRATOR, experenced. one that can |
hake break, cake, etc., to demonstrate in gro- !
eery stores. Apply C. A. Gamhrill Mfg. Co.. (
Ilne.. 811 11th «t. n.w., between 12 and 1
pm. 3*
FINISHERS, three, on custom trousers. 313
j 7th n.w . Room 14. •
! HAIRDRESSER, flrat-elass marcel waver;
j steady position. Emile. 1213 Conn, ave.
j LADY, of good personality and fair.<jduca
i tion, for desirable position with reliable'rrtr-
I poraton. Must be loyal and fathful to her j
| work, capable of gradually assuming responsi- !
bility and willing to learn details of company’s •
business; must be willing to work without a ;
boss. Address Box 30Q-X. Star office. j
LADY, educated, courteous, to join an ex
perienced manager in leasing a motion picture
theater; must be willing to handle box office:
references required. Address Box 333-X, Star
g*
MARCEL WAVER, experienced; two Immedi
ate ly L _Le on .second floor. 1220 G st. n.w. 3*
SALESLADY, experienced in millinery; hours,
noon to 6 o'clock. Duree Millinery, 927 G
at. n.w. 2*
SALESLADIES—Must be experienced. ;-oata.
suits, dresees: references required. Osmond
Co.. 402 7th n.w.
SALESLADlES—Experienced; excellent posi
tions: good salaries and eoxnmtsgions; refer
ences required. Apply S. Berks, Louis Gold
Co.. 1214 F at. n.w.
SALESLADY—Experienred in selling dresses,
coats and suits to nicer clientele. Kosedere.
j 1206 G.
SALESLADIES, experienced, for our sweater,
blouse and glove departments. M. Brooks A
Co.. 1109 G st.
SALESWOMEN, thoroughly experienced in
i wearing apparel. Apply at Rosenberg’, dept.
j store. 1014 7th st. nw.
j STENOGRAPHER, young lady efficient at tak
ing dictation and transcribing correctly: must
I also have had general office experience; state
! age, experience, starting salary desired. Give
I phone number. Address Box 45-Y, Star office.
WOMAN, college bred: work at home one Iwnr
daily; $3 per week at start with promotion.
Only those who have or can use unlimited
phone. Address Box 313-T. Star office. •
WOMEN, married, would you like to make
extra money soliciting during yonr spare time?
■Apply 2627 K n.w. 6*
YOUNG WOMAN, fonr-year high graduate, to
assist teacher in verifying and recording
grades in return for secretarial conrae. Apply
at once to Strayer’g College, 721 13th at.
SALESWOMEN.
I Experienced and with the best character ref-
I erences, for women's and mioses' dreoses. suits
{ and coats in high-class specialty store. Ad
dre Box 53-Y. Star office.
! MILLINERY TRIMMER
I of exceptional ability who is experienced with j
, high-class trade. Permanent position. Address
Box 3-Y, Star office.
SALESWOMEN, experienced,
for Dresses, Coats and Millinery.
Apply Superintendent,
FRANK R. JELLEFF, Inc.,
1216 F-St. N.W.
| HELP—DOMESTIC.
j BUNDLE WASHER, experienced; must have
■ reference; good pay. 2424 18th st. n.w.
j CHAMBERMAID and waitress: private fam- 1
I ily: only neat, experienced girls with refer
ences need apply. 3232 13th n.w.
o«f>K—Good, experienced. Apply after 5 p.m.
to 3340 16(h st. n.w.
COOK, reliable colored woman. 2026 KUngle
road. Telephone Columbia 4587.
COOK and general housework: private family:
no laundry; references. Apply at once. 629
la»xlngton place n.e.. near fitb and K sts. *
COOK and general honseworker; references;
1 stay nights. Cieve. 1374.
I COOK and general houreworker, in family of
3. small apartment: reference# required. 1858
Columbia rd.. Apt. 32.
I COOK and general bouseworker in family of
| two adult# and three children; stay nights:
! no laundry: good home winter and summer,
j Chevy Chase. D. C. Cleveland 7583. «
I COOK and general hou»eworker with reference.
Apply 1441 Spring pi. n.w. Phone Col. 1197.
I COOK and general housework for family of
| two; references. Apply 2807 Conn, ave.. Apt.
407.
COOK and general honseworker; small family:
no washing; references. 1300 Harvard st. ,
n.w.. Apt. 1. '
COOK, colored, neat, references; stay night;
cook and downstair# work; washing (electric i
washer); no ironing. Cieve. 1348 . 3* i
COOKING and general housework; S4O: three!
in family; must be competent; references.
2330 Mass, ave. Call after 6. 2*
GENERAL HOUSEWORKER—Wage#, *4O per
month. Telephone North 7861, giving refer
ences.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK KK—White woman
wanted. Apt. 103 , 2426 19th n.w.
GIRL, young colored, to clean small bachelor
apt. 4 evenings a week and cook one meaL
Phone North 8299 after 7:30 p.m.
HOUSEKEEPER, kind, neat, reliable white
woman to stay with elderly lady, danghter
employed: pleasant borne; permanent position
to right partr. 256 Park ave., Takoma Park.
Write cr call evening* or Sunday. r.*
- * * ; •.
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C„ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1924.
HELP—DOMESTIC.
Font Innrrt.
; UOUSKMAID ami waitress; hoarding honno.
re 1 ial>!: reasonable 1645 K st. •
j NLRSK. colored; references: settled woffian
. for 16 months baby. Cieve. 1348. 3*
» WHITK WOMAN; good home and salary for
one willing to care for baby amJ bouse:
<*ouplc employed during day. Address Box
54-Y. Star office. •
I WOMAN wanted at once to rare for baby
! eleven months old; light work; must have ex
j periewe. Apply 2910 17th st. n.e. (off Rhode
; Island avc.i Phono Pot. 1353 after 6 p.m. 3*
! WOMAN, colored, to assist in kitchen and
J bakeshop 3514 Georgia ave
| COOK and maid, colored, in
i private residence. Address
j ()8-Y, Star office.
iCOOK and general housework-1
j cr. References. Apply 36 T st. j
‘n.w.
j DISHWASHER for depart
! ment store employes cafeteria. I
j Apply Manager, King's Palace.
SITUATIONS—MALE.
I ACCOUNTANT - BOOKKEEPER, credit m#n
-1 aper. wants connection, all or part time. Ad
j dress Box 316-X, Star office. 3* _
‘ ARCHTTBCrrUAL DRAFTSMAN, capable of
! making complete plans from sketebea, would
I like to work at home. North 4131 J. 3*
j BOOKKEEPER, experienced and < orapetent f j
i desires position at once. Address lk»x 315-X. {
I Sta- office. 3* !
! ( AHFFNTKK WORK—Any kind; non-union. 1
f (ail West 2459. 3* j
j UO\TRA(TING of any kind; paint.ng. nl«fc- 1
■ terinir. contractioc: small jobs of any kind. I
Stanton I Gilbtrd, IBOS 11th at. n.w.
; ITRNAFF.S- Hentlng systems clexned. re
I paired; new parts: day or job. Dine 2022. 2*
i IIKIjPER in store, experienced, young man,
i colored, wants Phone \Ve»t 2181. 2*
; HIGH SCHOOL BOY. 17, w.nts chmm-e to
■ i**arn trade or p4>sition with good opportunity
j for advancement. State wages nisi nature of ]
j employment. Address Box 30b X, Star |
j HOUSEMAN, experienced on floors and car- j
[ den; recommendations. G. G., 55 K 3t. n.w.
j JANITOR, young colored man wiKhes position;
' best of reference. 1632 Kalorama rd. n.w
| MUSICIAN —Dm name r. s x years’ dance-or
ehestra rxperienee, wants employment; non
tjpl°n - Address Box 327-X. Star office. 2*
I NIGHT WORK--College sludeni wants imrnedi
i »te employment. Address Box 326-X. Star
j office. -*
j OFFIUE MANAGER, credit, collection and
i commercial experience. Address Box 292 X,
i Star office.- . ■
' T'lAt’F by experienced colored man to care i
: for horses, hunters or Jumpers; 29 years last •
i place: or janitor, caretaker; reference. 1428 |
j Swann st. n.w. I
‘ YOUMj MAN, 29. desires connection: ten j
I years' exi>orf. import experience; thorough ,
! knowledge Japan. Russia: will atari small j
[ salary; references. Address Box 176-X, Star !
1 * j
YOUNG MAN desires afternoon and evening
employment: switchboard, elevator and other
work. Address Box 69 Y. Star office •
YOUNG MAN, ambitious, desires position,
clerical, sto-kioom and automobile experience:
will accept anything you ran offer. Phone
We st 504. Address Bov 18-Y. Star office. 4»
YOUNG MAN wants work on dairy farm or
milk route; 15 years’ experience. 11. Straw.
j general delivery. D. C. *
. YOUNG MAN. 28, desires position, preferably
’outdoors; industrious, intelligent; will l>o sat
i isfled with moderate salary to start. Address
! Box 351-X. Star office. 2* _
SITUATIONS—FEMALE.
CLUB AND RESTAURANT—Lady will he at
liberty April 6; one that knows ail depart
ments —kitchen, dining room and pantry. Ad
dress Box 231-X. Btar office. 3*
COOK, first-class, by honest colored woman.
1716 Sth «t. n.w.
DATs WORK, neat colored woman; half
grown colored girl want# to assist in house- j
work: reference. 814 R. I. ave. nw.
DRESS Erf CUT and fined; fitting a apecialty.
2901 13th st Adam# 1974.
DRESSMAKING at home or outside. 1700
15th st. n_w.: second floor. •
DRESSMAKING—Expert Utter: New York ex
perience: *4 day in families; altering, n
modeling. Col. 8820. *
DRESSMAKING, gowns for all occasions. 3555
Uolraead place n.w. Adams 5179-J.
GIRL, light colored, wishes work in apart
meot. North 9011.
KURSK, practical; one who has nursed two
children through long illness, under the direc
tion of one of Washington's foremost child’s
specialists: will care for ill or convalescent
(not contagious; child or give scientific care
to a well child from 9 until 5; will stay
night occasionally when necessary: very high
est references famished; when answering
specify time for an Interview. Address Box
192-X, Star office.
NURSE, practical, will araist with cooking.
Adam# 1576.
PLAIN HEWING at home 1 colored woman,
normal prices. Gordon, 1715 F st. n.w.
STENOGRAPHER, office assistant; several
years’ experience; permanent; S2O start. Ad
dresa Box 26-Y, Star office. 3*
STENOGRAPHER - TYPIST, general office
work; young lady, capable; small salary. Ad
dreas Box 342-X. Star office. 2*
TAILOKBSS on coats wants a Job. Box 534,
Mt. Rainier, Md. 2*
WOMAN—Wanted by a middle-aged respon
sible woman, an estate or house to eare for. or
a boose that is for sale, to brighten up and
keep open for inspection; city references. Ad
| dresa Box 19-Y. Star office. *
WORK of any kind by week or day; no Sua
day. North 8084.
WORK after school, colored girl. 1728 10th
#t. n.w.
YOUNG Lady, high achool graduate, about
to complete secretarial coarse, desires employ
ment with progressive establishment. Call
StMyer’s Employment Service, 721 191 b st.
Phone M 3430. No fee#.
SITUATIONS—DOMESTIC.
BUNDLE or family wash to take home by
reliable colored woman. 1167 19th st. n.w. «
CHAMBERMAID, white woman; care for
1 rooming bonce; reference. Address Box 229-X,
Btar office. * _
CHAMBERMAID or waitress by colored
woman. Call or write 925 N at. n.w. »
COOK, experienced: references; smyll family.
1743 S st. n.w. •_
COOK Wishes place; reference#; stay nights.
2027 L st. n.w.
DAY’S WORK or half day’s or clean bachelor
apt., colored woman. 2033 Sth st. n.w. Phone
N. 6514-J. 3*
EVENING WORK, respectable colored woman.
N. 4718.
GIRL colored, neat, desire!* housework by the
week. Call 1414 Florida ave. n.w. •_
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, plain cook; no laun
dry. Phone N. 10898.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK, girl wishes Job.
1802 T st. n.w. North 8119.
GIRL as mother’s helper, colored. Call 1416
Corcoran st. n.w. Phone North 3321.
HOUSEMAID, day’s work or half-day's nurs
ing. 1452 T st.
LAUNDRY work, take home, out by day. 1532
i Columbia st. n.w.
' LAUNDRY to do at bamc; best references.
1631 13th st. n.w.
1 LAUNDRY work to do at home. North 4240.
j ; 2*
| LAUNDRESS, first-class, work home; refer
ence. IS Eye st. n.e.
LIGHT HOUSEWORK: no Sundays; colored
girl. Lancaster, care Janitor. 1715 P at. n.w.
MORNING WORK by reliable colored woman.
1642 Crescent pi. n.w. 2*
NURSE, colored girl wants work. 922 West
minstcr st. n.w. '
NURSE, girl wishes place. 39 Hanover st.
tG W.
NURSE or cook: settled colored woman. Call
1423 Harvard n.w.
PANTRY, vegetable or kitchen maid; experi
enced: good worker. Address Bax ' SC-X,
Star Jscc, ?•
PERSONAL.
EXCESSIVE WEIGHT RAPIDLY REDUCED—
Wonderful French method used. Dr. Delia
l>*iiemlecker. I». 1737 Pjst. n.w. Fr. 8849.
PHYSIOTHERAPY AND ELEtriKOTUER.
apy aetoirifically given. Ful appoiatmets
phone Potomac 1447.
SUP COVERS MADE WITH TOUR OWN
material: upliolsfering cushions. SOUTHERN
UPH- 1207 l>th N.W. F. 8360. Save this ad.
CONFIDENTIAL INVESTIGATIONS—A STAFF
OK HIGHLY SPECIALIZED AND ABSO
LUTELY DEPENDABLE SECRET AGENTS
KOR SERVICE AT ALL POINTS. ESTAB
LISHED THIRTY-NINE YEARS. OPEN 9
A M TO 5:30 P.M. CONSULTATION EVE
NINGS BY APPOINTMENT, PHONE FRANK
LIN «7.H>, BRADFORD. INC.. TRANSPOR
TATION BUILDING ITU) AND f! N.W. •
I SIS OF ROOM WITH PIANO FOR BTC
denta practicing vocal or instrumental music;
reasonable rates. Address Box 48-Y, Star
office, •
l OHNSON RFST HOMR
' for aged. invalid end i-onvaUwent; night and
j day «oty rv;«icn. N. 7!NtI 1724 20»h n.w.
| HAS IT OCCURRED TO YOU THAT YOU
arc financially abte to bay a house or lot in
the suburbs? Inquire of us and wc will be
glad to advise you
Lyon Park Realty Corporation,
! Lyon Park, Clarendon, Va.
Telephone Clarendon 487
Clarendon 670
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
ANTIQUES, old jriasa. rhina, famitnrK Mirer,
plate, brH9«es. art objects*. A. F. Arnold. 1323
G st. M*m_M73
CAMERAS, field clauses, shotgun*, toola of
ererr kind; anything you have to Hell. Groce**,
11th and B n.w. Phone Franklin 833 or poaUi.
| (’ARPKNTEII TOO I aS. hand set At
I offlr* after Ipm If. N. D. Parker, b!7 14th
at. n.w.. Washington. I». (*. 3*
CLC/THKB—WiII par highest prices for ladies*
i anL men s worn elothc*. Write or phone D.
j Stein. 13018 7th *t. nw. Phone North 499.
I CLOTHING. ct>4*o*m rant off: g x*o prices paid;
Ho,iar#» deni. Cnleffered anto calls. Cohen's.
H»T. 20 th *f. Franklin 2*Bo _ 4*
ULXTmiNG (MEN'Sl—Ever Itear of the mosi
ex»*»-llf»iit t-a-ti **tTern for suits. shoes,
etc? Well, the quickest way t*> find ont L» to
•all Main 414.7. Aatu calls. Justh’s Old Stand.
Hlfl 1> |
‘CLOTHING—WiII call in ray onlettered auto- I
* mobile, ritr <*r soburbw. and pay yoo highest-!
I prices for ’adies*. gentlernen’H. children’s dts 1
, carded clothing of all descriptions. 4dd*-e*s
i postal or phone I win call. W. Rice, 1332 i
17th fit. n.w North 1715T*.
j CLOTHING—Fay highest prices for mr.r's and \
I hoys’ worn clothing and shoes. B. Basr, 1730
I 7th_st. u tv _Nor:l:_76T4
DIAMONDS, 010 gold, ailrer. 'iionglit tor catn. 1
Ix>ma Abrahams. 813 G at. n.w. 1
DIAMONDS—Do not saerhee your diamond*. *
We have enstomers desirous of obtaining dia- |
mond bargains for oash; also old platinum. !
gold. Rodgtn-Farr Co.. Room 411 Evans bldg . j
1420 N. Y. are. Main 5180. tFonuerly with
Shaw A Brown Co. » I
! DIAMONDS. Jewelry and old gold bought for!
\ cash. Alvin lloffa. diamond broker. Rooms <
|l7 and 18. 918 F sL n.vr. Main 6478.
DINING TABLE Mahogany or walnut: 4 i
I cliair>: small buffet or sewing table or extern ;
j s : on gateleg, and Windsor chairs. Phone
| nights and mornings. Col. 4019 W
I FEATHER REDS and furniture; best prices j
i paid. Square l>eal Furniture Co., 501 Eye st.
, n.w. JPhone Main 5(536
FCKNITI KE of all kind* wanted: best prices)
paid Capital Furniture Co.. 41K> La. ave. n.w. |
Phone Franklin 1f1p67. 3* j
FCRNITCRB—WouId lik* to purchase some
used furniture to outfit large home. Will pay ;
<-ash. Call Franklin 8392. ___ 4* j
FURNITFRE—We buy all kinds; pay good !
price. Call mornings before 12 m. North
3>!_ 3* I
FURNITURE —Before selling your ,leasehold ;
goods call S. Weisenberg and get best re
suits. Main 9275. 615 E st. nw.
FURNITURE— If you hiw any furniture o; !
other goods to sell, and you want to obtain |
I best results, send for I/ruis Notes, 421 10th
st. n.w. Phone Franklin 2015.
j FURNITURE and household goods wanted, j
) You will fee! satisfied with prices we pay. ,
j Rudden A Blanken. 418 10th st. n.w. M. 3991. j
j FURNITURE, pianos, carpels, etc. Phone M. I
1252 for wagon or have me call. “Wescbier.'’ I
, 920 Pa. ave. n.w
i FURNITURE We buy household furniture
I and office fixtures. Money advanced on stor-
J age. baehs Furniture Co., corner Bth and D
: sta. n.w. Main 8308.
FURNITURE—If you want to obtain best re
sults for your furniture and other miscel
laneous. call M Shapiro, GOO Louisiana ave.
n.w. Franklin 3783
GOLD, silyer. watches, diamonds and old
Jewelry needed in our mfg. dept. Full cash
value paid. Selinger’a. 820 F st.
(MARBLE or slate mantelpiece, black. Tel.
North 9*83. *_
OLD GOLD—Bring in your old gold, silyer.
platinum, diamonds; also discarded Jewelry. |
We need them in our manufacturing dept. Will I
pay highest prices. A. Kann, Inc.. 933 F at.
PIANO—WiII store piano for use of same.
Call North RSSB-J after 8 p m. • _
PIANOS and ylctrolas, old gold, silyer, dia
monds and jewelry. A. V. Arnold, 1323 0 at.
n.w. Mnin 8173.
RECOMMENDED SERVICE, j
Tie following business concerns guaran
tee satisfaction to Star readers. Any com
plaint found necessary to be mode to The
Star will receive prompt attention. lor
admission to Recommended Service Col
utnn call Main 6000, Branch tli.
BATTERY EXPERTS—SpeciaI Ford battery,
guaranteed 13 months. 315. Don't let your bat
tery go too long without recharging. Stewart's
Battery Station, s.e. corner Hth ami Irving st.
CARPENTERS AND BUlLDEßS—Jobbiig~and
repairing a specialty. Prompt service. BEAN
A EVANS. Franklin 5153. 6*
CARPENTER WORK—Porches, garages and \
screens, cabinet making; estimates free.
Hartley & Smith. Line. R2SI or Line. 3841. 9*
CARPENTER AND BUILDER. .lobbing and
repairing a specialty. 25 years' experience. B.
SHEARER, 490 Louisiana ave. n.w. 4*
CARPENTERING AND PAINTING—GeneraI
jobbing. R. O DRACH, 19 Girard st. n.e.
Call Potomac 1312-W. ap!8»
CARPET CLEANING AND WASHING—Have
Albert Kahlert A Co. clean yonr carpets and
rugs. Improved steam carpet cleaners. 332
Maryland are. s.w. Phone Main 3036. Esti
mates cheerfully given. |
CHAIRS CANED, UPHOLSTERING. PORCH
ROCKERS SPLINTED. C. A. ARMSTRONG, i
1233 10th st. n.w. Franklin 7483. |
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING; OARAGB
building: repairing and cement work a spe
ciality; prices reasonable. Estimates given free.
Terms if desired. We have the facilities for
handling large or small contracts. BOBBINS
RANDALL CO.. 302 McGill bldg. 11. 3748.
Residential pkqnp. Lincoln 5268.
ELECTRIC WIRING. House wiring and mo
tor installation. Write or phone for esti
mates. Franklin 9250-W. L. P. Wilson. 937
K n.w. •
ELECTRICAL WIRING—LET US ESTIMATE
on your work. Kn Mi.lerixe youmelf with our
method of wiring and installing fixtures in
your home. Call Mam 2757 or visit onr show
room. GEO. F. MILLER. 903 New York
nve. n.w.
ELECTRICAL WIRING. Any six-room home
wired. S6O; estimates freely given; full line of
appliances; easy terms. LDKENS BARKLEY
CO- 1405 N. Y. ave. Main 6486.
EXPERT HARDWOOD FLOOR FINISHING,
painting, by skilled mechanic at reduced price*
PAUL SERENE, 90s 10t*i st. n.w. F. 4801. «•
EXPERT WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
repairing. Prices reasonable. P. K. HICH
TER. 822 9th st. n.w.. bet. H and 1. Fr. 2454.
FLOORS SCRAPED, CLEANED. REFIMSHED.
new floor* laid: mom prompt seTrice tc lower
rates Now. J. C. Price, 912 sth n.w. Call Fr.
7563-W before 9 a.m. or after 4 p.m.
FURNITURE upholstered and slip covers made
“The Better Way.” Reduced prices this month.
Il- Holober A Co.. 615 E «t. n.w. Mnin 232. 3*
FURNITURE UPHOLST’D, Rfcr'D: SLlP
eovere made. Est. cheerfully given. Retnrned
free. TITTKNSOIt. 1424 Bth i\w. N. 7702.
GENERAL ELECTRICAL REPAIRING. MO
tor rewinding and Installing; supplies snd con
struction. SILVERBERG ELEC. CO- M 7129.
1009 E st. n.w.
HARDWOOD FLOORS LAID AND FINISHED,
old floors scraped, made like new. Phone Fr.
5045-J. night or day. H. NORWOOD. 4*
JOB PLASTERING and cement work, prompt
service, reasonable price; work guaranteed;
estimates free. North 3925. 3-
KEYS—DUPLICATE KEYS. 25 CBMTB. made
white Too wait. Turner A Clark. 1233 New
York ave. n.w. Basement. F. 5006.
RECOMMENDED SERVICE.)
_ _ ('onlinned, i
MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS RENOVATED. 1
down comforts recovered; reasonable. North !
10145. Ideal Bedding Co.. 1524 7th st. n.w. '
MATTRESSES AN’i. PII.IX)WS renovated at j
roost reasonable prices. Let us call, give esti- i
mate. Prompt deliveries and satisfaction as
sured. Eagle Bedding Co.. 1123 7th st. n.w.
Main 7992.
PA INTI NO AN D PA PER HA NOING; rsw»»
paperer, $8.50 up. SAMUEL T.VMMARO. I oj.
7919 R 14*
PAINTING time approaches. V,’e will he glad
to estimate on your inferior and exterior paint- •
ing. When von think of painting think of
CAROW A_FRY. 1011 H st n,» Main 1261. (
PAPBBHANGINC PROMPTLY- -Rooms, $6 up; ,
cutout horders; satisfaction guaranteed. A. 11.
KAULKUaSR. 701 3rd n.e Line. 5103. ,
PAFKRHAXIIIXG—Booms papered. $7 and up;
flraf-<*la>iß work; your own selection of paper.
J. BfIDAL. 83 Fla, avr. n.w North 1551, 3*
PAPBRHAN6ING -REASONABLE PRICES; 1
ao delay; good workmanship. Enterprise De«:- <
orating Up.. 1629 14th st. n.w. \nrth 4051.
PAPERHANGIN6 and painting, good and
qmek service; will rail eveningb with Humpies.
W. Chadwick. 1018 Douglas at. n.e. N. 72H0.
PAPKRHANGINCr-- Roonih. $7.50 and up: in*
terior and exterior painting at lowest prlees. j '
Metropolitan Pec. Co.. 427 G n.w. Ph. Fr. 800.
PAPSRHANGING AND PAINTING —Rooms ;
papered, $6 and up. A. T. GEORGE. 221 I.3th
at. a.w. Telephone Franklin 6624. Matn 8756.
PIANO TUNING—Pianos and players re
paired, reflniahed and rebuilt by skilled work
men. Piano tuning, $2, Schaefer, Sanderson
Piano Co.. 644 H at. n.e. Lincoln 1057.
PLUMBING AND HEATING—John R.' Guerin.
412 K. Cap. at.. Liar. 3417 -Ktearo and hot
water heating, plumbing, boiler and power
plants, _ Found reliable for 25 years.
PLUMBIMi AND" TINNING. JOBBINO TS
o>ir sp«*cialty. Quick service in emergency •
! esses When you think of plumbing think of I
CAROW A FRY. 4041 H st. Main 1261. 1
REUPHOIfITKRING Slip covers. cabinet I
work, auto slip rovers. Phone Mam 2320 for 5
eatimator. Holober Co.. $lO Fst i:.» j
REED FURNITURE MADE TO OKDER7~RF i
paired, painted and upholstered; chairs caned. I
Ph, Pot. 1524 Wiekercraff. U K. 1462 S st. J
REF r:i«, E KATi • R RBP AI RING# TINN fNG !
and rooting liet me repa’r your old
tor. QaH Main 7610. *O3 9th nw . near H. j
'TINNING, rtiofing. pipeless furnace ‘nstalled;
‘gas stoves; dependable work. Main 614$
I SHAKFFER A MOWEN. 1015 9th at. n.w j
j TRU.N’KMAKKR— llatcblnson. 11 (Mt 14th et. \
I n.w.. makes a living at baggage repairing.
: Reasonable rates Main 7923 7*
! TRUNK REPAIRING. Mint* repairs trunks, j
• leather bags, ladies* handbags, etc. Call or •
phone Mint*. 038 Fat Main 368 k
I TYPEWRITERS*, rebuilt, all makes; prices l
tr.at will p! 'a.se you Repair any typewriter. I
| r *D BALIa. Main 2019. <>o:. 6th *>t. n.w. f
i TYPFWHITKR3~Kipm. guaranteed repair*
I on al! makes; estimate** cheerfully given; rea
’ wtiiNe prices. .Standard Typewriter Exchange, J
i 729 15th n.w M
| UPHOLSTERING OK THE BETTER KIND. J
» Furniture repaired. Work unexcelled. Oor man
j will call anywhere. A trial will convince you. J
. CoL 4038. Standard L'pn. Co. 2810 14th st. n.w. I
! !
• WINDOW SHADES at sac tory prices; Holland. |
cambric, oil opaqne. Southeast Shade t 0.. 1022 i
WINDOW SHAPES AND SCREENS made to •
; order. Free estimates PEARSON A THOMP- I
‘ 6 nt. n.e. Lincoln 6265. ap!2* ‘
I WINDOW SHADES and made to orde**. j
1 Free esfimatev. J. M. BUTLER A SON. 40UU ,
!Ut sl.j e. Lincoln G9&B J. ;
WINDOW and vacuum cleaning; general clean- •
Inip contractors. Ideal Window and Vacuum ,
i Waning Co.. Ine., M 525**. 11th n^w.
• WINDOW AND DOOR SHADES—Good quality ]
J opaque .bad*. flff«Kl to your windows, 85o; !
j thy best quality of opsqne shades. $1.15: hung ‘
j free. We will call with samples. KLEE- >
1 BI.ATT, 11th and H sts. n.e. Lincoln 879-
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES |
Thr Star requires from advrrtiterc j
j fn this column rrfercnrrs and a de
iailf'd stftrmrnt of thei- propositions.
I FINE established lunchroom, near a big govt. !
{ institution in Pet worth. Will sell reasonable
j <»n account of aifkness. Mr. Gauas. Col. 1122. |
J WELL ESTABLISHED shoemaker shop. 205 I
j Upshur et. n.w.. latest machinery: doing good ,
j business; only shop in ncighl*>rhf»od: will sa. .
riflee for |l,3ofh Mr. Reynold*. Col. 1122.
4134 Georgia ave. n.w.
ESTABLISHED LOCAL company, for nation- ;
wide expansion, has permanent business op*'n j
ings for several reliable ambitious young j
men with cars, as branch managers, able to j
finance themselves. Salary, commission, bonus, j
For further details call or address Thompson I
Mfg. Co.. 522 Transportation bldg. •
DELICATESSEN —Excellent location: cheap; j
sacrifice for quick sale. Columpia 9836. 2* j
HARDWARE-hooaefurnishing store; good lo- •
car ion: must sell account illness; l»argain. •
4915 iRi. ave. n.w.
I ONE of the best market and grocery in n.w. •
| section; busy corner, first-class trade: mod- ;
em fixtures; gross re4eipt», SI,OOO weekly; !
long lease, exceptionally low rent; selling Jo
settle estate; terms to reliable party. Ad
dress Box 1-Y. Star office. 3* .
DRIVE-IN gas. accessory station, with wash
stand and battery charging plant, for sale, ,
with or without property; good location on
busy avenue in n.w. Sickness reason for sell- ,
in(T_ Address Box 41-Y. Star office. 3» J
{ PARTY with $15,000 may acquire one-half in- j
teresi in old-established furniture boose. Inc., I
doing business on 7th at. n.w.; assets of busi j
ness, including stock of furniture, carpets and j
fixtures, approximately $40,000; excellent op- I
portnnity. William A. Lee, Feudal! bldg., '
344 D st. n.w. o* I
WILL SEIJ# a second deed of note |
$3,000 payable S4O monthly, balance in 5 years. •
7 °>r interest, for $2,100. or at a discount of :
30%. Address Box 203-V. Star office. * j
SODA FOUNTAIN, candy and fruit; good lo- I
cation; c<K>d business. For information call I
Main 4179.
I DELICATESSEN STORK in busiest block of •
i northwest section: new equipment.- excellent I
I stock; doing $5,000 a month business; a real
! opportunity. * s this bwsinpsa will he sold at
I a very low price, and sales are increasing
i daily. Tall Mr. Lyons. Columbia 10240.
CLEANING AND DYEING establishment for
sale. Call 1535 M st. n.w 3•
HAVE A CAKE, cost $3 500; will sell half
for SI,OOO to competent party who can ran it; [
owner played out. Address Box 20-Y, Star !
office.-
1 syOE SHINE PARLOR for sale, business and
fixtures. *BO. 17tli and U sts n.w. 4*
PRINTING SHOP for sale at very low price:
i ‘ new material. Call Columbia 3136 after 6 ]
pm 4-
WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY for young; man.'
to buy half interest in t;ood business for
*1,000; one with hnowledce of automobiles 1
preferred. Address Box 347-X. Star office. 2- I
GARAGE and gas filling station on Ballo. and |
I Wash, road; a good paying business. Phone
Laurel 165. S*
MILLINERY BUSINESS cheap. 83 Seaton
place n.w.. Have other business. 3* _
DUPLICATING and office service business,
clearing $250 monthly. Good reason for sell
tng. $1.5001 will handle. Address Box 174-X, I
Star office. • I
FOR SALE—Established, completely equipped )
reataurant and delicatessen; good location; J
an honest opportunity to own a good business, j
Owner cannot devote entire time. Address ,
Box 314-X. Star office. 3* 1
ON MAIN business street; one of the best •
meat markets in this city. Act quick. Ad- i
dress Box 311-X, Star office. 2* <
FOR SALE—A second deed of trust note of ’.
*1,500 at a price of *I,OOO payable at the 1
rate of *31.75 monthly, including 7 per cent ,’
interest. Address Box 204-V, Star office. *
CIGARS, confectionery, delicatessen; doing ■
big business: only $1.500. 2X5 6th n.w.
GROCERY and meals; busy s.e. corner. Rent, !
$75. $2.050. 215 6th n.w. j
ROOMING HOUSE near Dnpont Circle: rooms j
all rented: good Income; reasonable. Address
Box 313-X. Star office. 3*
GROWING BUSINESS requires additional
capital; excellent security and good return on
investment. Address Box 341-V, gtar office. 3*
I RESTAURANT and lunchroom, n.w, section;
9-roora apartment; a.m.i. Address Box 230-X,
Star office. 3*
FRANCE.
Manufacturer of excellent quality artificial
silk desires capital for expaus on purposes.
Willing to sell. Write Boutry, 5 Rue du
Glorioox, St. Scrvan (He * Vilaine). 2-
I "LARGE OPEN-AIR PARK
( WITH COVERED PAVILTDW.
• ADDRESS BOX 61-T, STAR OFFICE. •
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES j
4’ontinned. I
RESTAURANT.
Excellent Opportunity
for Quick Buyer.
A first-class case in one of the
finest and most progressive lo
cations in the city.
“Unlimited prospects at a bar
gain price.”
AfldrpK.s Box 21&-X. Star offbfL 6*
OWNER OF HIGHLY DL 7 -
sirablc lots in North Washing
ton. with modern improvements,
will co-operate with reliable, ex
perienced builder in building de
sirable homes for sale. Address
Box 344-X, Star office.
Marshall Business Brokers.
s3,soo—Grocery and delicateasen: old estab
lished comer, n.w.; rent, S6O; inspect
and you will buy.
$2.000 —Grocery and meat*; well established
comer; rent, S2O.
SI,2SG J delicate men and grocery: rent, $32;
old establishment and paying.
$3,000 lunchroom, downtown; expenatre
equipment; insertion invited.
s2,soo—Bakery and grocery; small competi
tion: 3-year lease; 9 rooms above.
SI,OOO - Tailor shop: cleaning and repairing;
l»esr downtown location.
$3,000- Hardware business, including paints
and furnishings; privilege for gas fill- *
in; station; on busy street, unusual |
opport unity.
SOSO--Booming honse. near Union station;
6 rooms and bath: rent, S6O. nice |
home. j
sßso—Rooming house. 10 rooms; furqitore of
one room cost $350; sickness canae of
selling; secure this Monday; rent. SOO.
Marshall Business Brokers,
* 929 V Y. Ave.
JFORJSALE — MISCELLANEOUS^
ADDING MACHINE—Ntns-column listing.
:1 CO -Ist nw. North 6601 •
ARMY HARNESS, new, for two horses. S3B;
used. S2O; riding (tddlSe. $5; blankets. $1 up;
large n.sortmeru all kind# new and used har
ness. taddlfs and bridiea. Cogswell’s, 220 11th
»«■ °w
1 BABY CARRIAGE, very good condition, *ls.
1 Phone North 6155. 3*
■ BABY CARRIAGE-—Gray, reversible. Bloch; j
good condition; *Jo. leather coneh, *lO. I
1826 15th n.w.
j BABY CARRIAGE, reversible, in first-class
i condition, sls. 223 Virginia ave. s.e„ Apt 4.
BABY CARRIAGES, two, and kiddie coop.
j Cali "013 Georgia ave. 2*
BABY CARRIAGE, reversible, A-l condition;
j reasonable. Apt. 205. 2112 F st. n.w 2*
I BABY GRAND PIANO; very slightly nsed'
: can hardly be told from new; a snap at *395.
Arthur Jordan Piano Co., G st.. cor 13th.
| BANJO—S strings; good as new; *7. Apply
I basement. 1657 Ijmont n.tv. *
j BED, brass, and springs. sls; co»t 5-SjT ma
i hogany veneered chifforobe, *4O; AKt *135.
t Apt. 32. 142 t U n w
i BED—Baby’s white enamel; also baby's bas-
Islnet, large sizes: high chair, like new; grass
rug, *1; carpet. 11x12, *l. 207 U st.. ApC 1. j
•BEDROOM SET—Ten-piece ivory enamel; i
j low-end bed. box type springs and mattress, I
i vanity dressing table, chifforobe. n’ght (aide. I
i rocker and two straight chairs; beautifully
j designed; strongest construction; practically I
j new and in perfect condition; will sell cheap |
I for quick cash sale. The Argonne, Columbia
! 1630, Apartment 822. • J
i BEDROOM FURNITURE—Two sets; also re
i cep tion hall set. 1325 Fairmont st. n.w. j
! CANOE—I7-foot Morris, open mahogany gun- i
1 wales and back rest; three cushions, two pad- I
j dies, one folding cot. Owner leaving town; ■
I cheap for cash. Apply Johnson. 1338 G st.
j n. w. 2*
! CASH REGISTER, candy case, tables, shefv
• ing desk and chair; immediate sale. 3004
j 14lh n.w. 3*_
( CHINA CUISET —Handsome fumed oak. excel
| tent condition; t-argain; also buffet, table,
j chairs. 524 Taylor st. nw. Col. 1933-W. •
j CLOTHlNG—Workingmen, drop in and look
, over the largest and lest stock of slightly
; used suits at $5 op. Big values. Odd coats.
I vests, [rants, shoes, bats—all at a saving.
j Justh’s Old Stand, 619 T>.
| CRIB-BED complete, very cheap. 641 A st.
s.e. Lincoln 261. 3*
j DINING ROOM SET—I9-piece oak, practically
I new sell cheap. 1234 lOtli st. n w 3*
DOORS AND SASH—N»w doors, stock sixes.
1 *3 and $3.25; sash. new. 6 light, *1 each;
• brand-new wallboard, 3c per sq. ft.; new fire
proof rockboard. "He per sq. ft,: roofing,
I ‘'Capitol." mannfactnred by Certain-teed Co.,
■new 1 ply. *1.25; 2 ply. *1.75; 3-ply, $2.2.5.
■ Certain-teed Co.'s shingles, four in one. new,
1 per square, $5.50. At bargain prices, lumber,
i new toilet outfits, sinks, hathtnbs and fur
naces. New Bathroom outfit. $55. SIDNEY
HECHINGER COMPANY. Camp Meigs, sth
and Fla. ave. n.e.; main oflb-e. Cth and C sts.
; s.w. Salesmen at both offices until 5:30 p.m.
■ DINING ROOM SUITE, 9 pieces. A-l condi
i tiun; hall rack and chiffonier. I(E2 Park rd.
1 L*_
! ELITE F.LfXTTtIC CO. wires 6-room house,
i with fixtures, complete, $68.00: floor plugs and
I altrraPons. M. 5958. 46 H n.w
! FOR SALE—FOUR WORK HORSES, CHEAP.
I AGNEW COAL CO- 1229 Ist st. me.
I FURNITURE—Chairs, tables, picture*, hall
i table and mirror; kitchen utensils. Phone
i North 1639. 2*_
i FURNITURE —Piano, beds, parlor suite, din
i ing room table. 6 chairs. Encyclopedia Britan
nica. at big sacrifice. Must leave town im
■ mediately. Col. 5384-J. 1445 Monroe st.
I GASOLINE SAW. A-l condition, for sale. Ap
-1 ply 1116 3rd st. s.w
GAS RANGES—New and slightly csed; al!
sixes; less than half price. Why pay more?
Every range guaranteed. J. W. Williams,
609 6th st. nw. Main 2986. 11*
GRAFONOLA, mahogany, sls. 1411 Harvard,
Apt. 4. Col. 3959-J, 2*
HAND POWER 1,500-lb. elevator; A-l condi
i tion: can be seen at 3144 M st. n.w. Apply
I Max Needle & Co.. 437 7th st. n.w.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Sacrifice; no
dealers. Call after 5:30 p.m., 140 Marion
ave.. Clarendon. Vs. 4*
ICE WAGON. •‘Kunkel-bailt;" special price.
I Kunkel Service Co.. Baltimore. Md. 3* I
| JEWELRY—Diamond ring, 4% karats, real
1 gem: sacrifice, bargain. financial re
verses; cost *I,BOO. Address Box 9-Y, Star
I office.
LIVING-ROOM SUITE, 3 pieces; like new;
mabogany: reasonable. 1443 T n.w.. Apt, 32.
;•
McCRAY REFRIGERATORS—Three, aecond
hand: good condition. McCray Refrigerator I
Co.. 807 H st. n.w. ]
MUSIC, new. classic and modern, greatly re- |
duced: opportunity for music teachers. 1528 1
I Corcoran st. 2*
(OFFICE FURNITURE—Mabogany desk, chairs,
j typewriter stand, costumer. Call English,
1 North 718. after 7 p.m. 5*
J PIANO, will sell my equity in a beautiful
' player-piano at a big sacrifice. For particu
i jars address Box 36-V. Star office.
I PlANO—Upright, standard make, perfect coc
; dition. SSO. 519 Mass, ave. n.w.
j PLAYER-PIANO, high grade, like new; sacri
• flee. $150; cost S7OO. 519 Mass, ave. n.w.
j PIANO BARGAlNS—Steinway. like »■», *423;
• Beckwith. *285, cost *450: Lyon A Healy np
. right, now reduced from SSOO to $390; Brad-
I bury upright, slightly used, $390; S6OO Grand,
’ slightly used, $473. Hugo Worth, 1110 Q.
j Est. 1879.
I PIANO, small grand, Knabe. $450 cash. 36
| Carroll ave., Takoma Park. 2*
! PlANO—Going abroad, will sacrifice “Sleek”
baby grand: period case; exqnisite tone; prac
tically new. 1833 California, Apt. 15. 2*
PIANO, baby grand Chickering. new. guaran
teed perfect condidtion; cost $1,300; sell $800;
splendid bargain. 1438 U st. n.w.
PlANO—Steinway grand. In fine condition,
taken in trade on Ample© from one of Wash
ington's best homes: has been thorongbly re
conditioned. Arthur Jordan Piano Co.. G at.,
cor. 13th.
PIANO, upright. 4 years old; excellent con
dition: $175. 3542 13th st. n.w.
PlANOS—Closing out less thsn cost; new
Schubert upright, $286; new Weser Bros
flayer, ttßi; used mah upright. Hugs Worth,
13u Main 8125. 215 6th bTT n.w.
MISCELLANEOUS.
I FOE SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
!
! PlANO—Steinway haby grand; reasonable for
r quick sale. 225 4tb st. n.e. 2*
PORTABLE AIR COMPRESSOR—6oi table for
bicycle shop, also vnlcjtniz.ug machine. 83;!
4V4» st. a.w, 2*
PRACTICE PIANO, $73; Knabe, *150; Aeolian
player-piano, $275. A. Y. Arnold, auctioneer,
1323 G st n.w.
RlNG—ljtdr sacrifice* $750, nearly 3-tarat
diamond ring; paid $1,275; private; no dealers.
Address Boa 7-Y. Star office
KKWTNG MACFiyRS -O h. ftingpi. sls; New
Home, sls; Standard. sls; New Ideal. $10:
others at $5; all guaranteed. New machines
$3 per month. Renting and repairing. Open
evenings. S. K. Singer Shop. SIS Pa. ave.
a.e. Lincoln 275.
SEWING MACHINE, Singer, potmd bobbin:
in good condition; sls. 525 Lament st. Col.
8596.
SEWING MACHINES—Singer portable elec
tric. like new, $32.50; Standard electric, like
new, $20.50; Singer, dropbead, sl2; White
rotary, $10: other maker. $lO and sl2; all
machines guaranteed. Capitol Sewing Ma
chine Exchange. 43 H n.w. Franklin 3778. 4*
SEWING MACHINE, drophead Singer, round
bobbin: bargain. 918 23rd st. n.w
SEWING MACHINE, portable electric. Singer,
$25. 3069 Mt. Pleaaant st. n.w.
SODA FOUNTAIN, modern, icelesa; electric
rarbonator; almost new, bargain; easy terms.
North 4QOO-J. 6*
STROLLER, reed, good condition. $6. 507 9th
st. s.e. 4*
SUlT—Lady's 3-piece bine cloth, embroidered,
sise 38, late style, 2735 Conn. are. '
St'lT--Man'« business suit, prncticmUy new,
I sls. 1411 Harvard, Apt. 4. Columbia 3959-J.
' 2*
I TABLE, dining room extension. 45-in.,, claw
feet; Bft extension; good condition. Tele
| phone Col. 4767-J. 4*
I TROUSERS—Custom maker, Raphele Peake,
161 3 7lh n. w.. Room 14. third floor. 7*
TTPKWRITBB —l.. C. Smith, in excellent
condition. North 1538, Apt. 202. Call eve
j nings. 3*
j TYPEWRITER, Remington No. 10; most ex
i ceilent condition; genuine bargain, S3O. Apt.
I G. 1619 30th st. n.w.
1 TYPEWRITERS—Rent rednred: selling olf a
i large number at sacrifice prices, some real bar-
J gains. Open evenings. American Typewriter
j Co.. 1431 East Capitol sC Lincoln 82
; TYPEWRITERS, all makes, sold and rented,
i Low prices. Buy on $5 monthly payments.
Save money on portables Washington Type- ,
writer Exchange. 913 N. Y. are. FT. 1014. 1
TYPEWRITER, Underwood. $29.50: Royal,
1 $27.50; I* C. Smith, $34.50: Remington No. 10,
| $29,50. See our portable#. Lew prices and
1 terms. National Typewriter Exchange, 610 F
j st. n.w Main 15.
| TYPE WHITER RENTAL SERVICE. Adams
! 1891. Und . L. C. 8., P.em. and Royal. $3.25
mo,; 8 mot. it adv $8 25: 6 moo, sls.
VACUUM CLEANER and attachments (En
reka): bargain. sls. 1832 Biltmore st.. Apt. 7.
VACUUM CLEANER, Hoover Special, and at
tachments. 1350 Randolph st. Adams 897.
VICTROLA, console. $75; other victrolas. sls,
$25 $45. A. F. Arnold. 1323 G st. n w.
OFFICE FURNITURE
FROM U. S. GOVT,
including desks, safes, file cabinets, lacker*, i
chairs, tables, stands. ledgers, etc., st lets ;
thaa cost to manufacture.
WASHINGTON SALVAGE CO..
Furniture Dept.
310 Bth ST. N.W.-
SHOWCASES AND STORE FIXTURES. SAM
-1 PLE FLOOR ANT) COUNTER CASES AT.
SPECIAL PRICES "BUY AT THE FAC- i
TORY " RUSE A CO., 808 LOW ST., BALTI- 1
| MORE. MD.
j PIANOS—Come in and let me
j show you how I can save you
j from SSO to $l5O on the price of
ja Grand. Upright or Player-,
i piano of leading, standard make.<
Pfeiffer’s. 1210 G Street. j
1 RUMMAGE SALE. j
St. Thomas Hall. 1772 Church sL, Thursday, ]
April S. from 2 to 5 p.m. 2*
FURNITURE—Our prices are not to be dupll- 1
cated in Washington; high-grade furniture at
very Idw prices.
Handsome velour and mohair living room
suites: separate davenports mew frieie typel;
Governor Winthrop desks, solid red mahogany;
secretary desk.: davenport and odd tables;
oriental rugs, $G np: some oriental and Pari
sian furniture, odd pieces. We would he
pleased to hare you call and compare our
prices and quality of our home furnishings.
Open to 9 p.m.
1731 Conn. ave. n.w.
Potomac 2492--I. 2*
GARDEN IMPLEMENTS
RAKES. SPADES, GARDEN
HOSE. SHOVELS. PRUNING
SHEARS. ALSO lUST RE
CEIVED A LOT 'OF SAD
DLES AND BRIDLES.
WASHINGTON SALVAGE
CO., 303 10th ST. N.W.
EXCEPTIONAL DIAMOND
INVESTMENT BARGAINS
One Fine White Diamond,
weighing 70-100. or 5-100 less
than 34 Ft. Beautiful in cut and
exceptionally brilliant. Priced ex
ceedingly low at $215
One Perfect Diamond, free
from any flaw and without a
blemish. Really a beautiful
stone, weighing 85-100, or 15-100
less than 1 karat.. • • $395
A Perfect Diamond combined
with the fine qualities of color
and brilliancy. Such a diamond,
weighing 67-100, or 8 points less
than kt., is offered at... .$295
For the one who desires a
large Diamond, we have a very
j beautiful diamond, weighing
-2 1-3 kts. The imperfection is
slight, but the brilliancy, cut and
color are that of a real fine dia
mond $695
Platinum Diamond Wrist
Watch, set with cut diamonds
and sapphires ..$100:
The above specials can be'
seen at
A. KAHN INC.,
935 F St. N.W.
DOGS. PETS. ETC.
AIREDALE PUPPY for sale; sou of Cham
pion Valley Forge Volcano; best bred in
town. Dr. Bnckingham, 2115 14th st. Phone j
North 1603. _ I
CANARIES-—female* for breeding, $1.50
Breeding cages, nests and mating foods.
ATHERTON'S PET SHOP. 338 Indiana ave. »
COLLIES, fox terriers, bull terriers, black
and tan. rat terriers and other cheap puppies.
Fairchild's. 1215 9th n.w. _
POLICE 1)00. female, pedigreed; color, black.
1921 2nd st. n.w. _
PEKINGESE PUPPIES, fine specimens, as
low as $35. 2125 N. North 6036.
1 PUPPIES -English bulldogs. 3 months old.
i pedigreed, male and female; reasonable.
Fairchild's Pet Shop. 1215 9th n.w
AIREDALE PUPS, pedigreed; strong and
husky: from lino stock: quality pups at your
own price. 521 7tb st. n.e. 2*
AIREDALE PUPl'lEaVpcdlgreed. nine weeks
old: to good homos, females. $10; males. sls.
Lincoln 20 before 9 a.m. 2*
DU. H. A. LOCKE’S
DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL,.
3121 nth ST. N.W. COLUMBIA 071.
RADIO AND EQUIPMENT.
THB BHRT lb cheapest: jrtiaraatpeii c'rjsta!
[ ’•f 1 niatrli jour furniture. installed rotr
i plete for sls; bank references, Addresa postal
. canl To F*Pt. 500. lgg» 16th »». n.w. 5*
I RKFIeKX, two tutXf«; distance enter: op*--
i ales loud speaker; cheap: seen evenings. Aci
| dress Rot 'J9&-X, Star office 2»
I NET’TRODYNE. without tubeu or he»
dibUnc-e guaranteed; S3O. North
, *>4lo- yV . •
5-TUBB .'EDTRODYNE SET. tubes and - P.
batteries and A batteries and loud speaker
i nd .,£ bom ‘ 8 ' First ««<•* Oils. Call after
j 6, 138 < ■ ««. e. •
I RADItTKKCEmNG SET. Signal Corps. U. 8.
I Army. 14-A combination crystal and tube
I with phonos and batteries; 1,000 mile range,
complete. $35. 032 G st. s.w. 3*
f WILL SACRIFICE my three-tube Erla roSet
sot complete with tubes, phonos and batteries .
for $65 or one-tnbe set complete, for $35
James. 1309 14th st. n.w,
HOMCHARGER—.Never been used: reguisrlv
sells for $18.50; will sacrifice at $12.50. Ad
dress Box 21-. V, Star office.
NEL'TRODTNE. 5-tube; will demonstrate this
exeeptioDally good receiver after 0 pm
Claude T. Clements. 1113 9th st. n w. 2*
REGULATION AEP.I^I7~ERECTEb'
Let me estimate.
Write Radio Aerial Co.. 534 23rd st. n.w. 2*
RADIO SETS WIRED
by graduate electrical engineer; nominal
Charge. Mr. Stonestreet, 1337 L «t. n.»,
Franklin 3222. 4»
5-TUBE NEUTRODYNE
Reasonable. Nentrodynes built, wired, adjur*
ed by expert. Mr. Phillips, North 1194 W. «•
ONE-TUBE REFLEX.
complete with tnbe. batteries and phones, $23.50: "
guaranteed. Address Box 20-X. Star office
ANTENNAS ERECTED.
Work go*ranteed. Call E. Tyrrell. West 889 W
7*
RADETEC FIXED CRYSTAL
SI.OO, guaranteed. Distributed
by the Broadcast Shop, 511 11th
st. n.w.
FOR FARM AND GARDEN.
HORSE, wagon and harness. Apply sfe~Que
at. n.w. __ gv
WANTED—To help you get F.ARLY BROIL
ERS and NOVEMBER LAYERS. Keep them
growing—avoid any backset from leg weak
ness. gapes and disease of any form. DR.
Hi-88 POULTRY PA.N-A-CE-A is yoar an
swer. PAN-A-CEA is a gentle tooie to s!l
the chick organs, keeps the system in orde*.
It contains the Sails of Iron, so essential to
early chiek life and during the rapid growth
of feathers. For lire, use DR. HESS IN
STANT TX)USE KILI.ER. Also for bug* on
cucumbers, squash and melon vines, cabbage
worms, slugs on rose bushes. Use DR- HESV
WHITE DIARRHEA REMEDY for all form-,
of diarrhea. All guaranteed. Sold by ail
dealers in poultry supplies.
HORSES and wagons—Exceptional bargain by
company which has complete automobile fleet.
Investigate immediately. 623 D st. s.w.
HATCHING EGGS—Rhode Island Beds, $1 for
15. Hyattsville 812-F-3. •
FLOWER GARDENS planted, tended. Oscar
Christaller, florist. Vienna. Va. 8*
HORSE AND - MULES, 15 or 20: job In Alev
andria completed. Call at 2209 P tt. or phone
West 1445 or Clarendon 821-F-4. •
CHICKS, ROCKS, REDS. sl6: LEGHORN#
sls; broilers, sl4. 100; eggs, cockerels, pullet#
J. B. HENRY, phone Fails Church 7-W 2.
FOR RENT—Tractor and plow, by week or
month; operator, oi! and gas furnished; terms
reasonable. W. M Braswell. Main 5451. 907
15th st.
ROCKS AND RED EGGS for hatching, from
J J. Matthews, 2039 K st. n.w. Phone We.t
6*B. Stock for sale.
COW. fresh; tuberculin tested. Phone North
2060-W. W T Preyer. P.rook’and, I* C. 3*
PEAR TREES. 40c: cherries, 40c; plum#,
40c; peaches. 35c; apples. 35c: currants, ;• *
grapes. 20e: raspberries. 10c; black berrie-,, 10. :
j evergreen privet, shade trees. Arthur Ley, I: c.
Grant place. 2*
EVERGREENS, hedge plants, shrubs tree#
and roses for home ground planting. Fairfat
Farms Neroery, Fairfax. Va Ph Fairfax 4 F 1
BABY CHlCKS—Leghorns, Racks snd Reds.
Order now. Chicks readv every Monday.
ON THE HILL
Poultry Farm and Hatchery,
J. D Ferguson—P. 0.. Rockvill, Md.
Telephone Kensington 135-1.
BABY CHICKS.
Barred rocks, R. I. reds and white leghorn*
immediate delivers.
F. W. BOLGIANO A CO.,
1003 B St. N.W.
FOE SALE—AUTOMOBILES
I AMERICAN SIX TOURING. 1921: driven by
i owner; new battery; good tires; bumper, grt
| ti p ß closed car; term#. Col. 1643.
BUICK ROADSTER—The bargain in a use-1
j car.that you have been looking for; rootei.
I tires, etc., in good shape. You must see it.
Only S3OO. Justice Motor Co., 1515 14tb s..
n.w.
BUICK TOURING CAR*—We have three real
bargains iu Buick touring cars which we have
taken in on Chandlers. All are in good run
ning condition: some have been thoroughly
| overbanled and repainted. At the ridiculously
j low prlee of from $225 to S7OO. Justice Motor
J Co.. 1915 14th st. n.w.
! BUICK. 1924 : 6-cylinder, 5-pass, touring ov-'r
[ SIOO worth of extras. Address Box 10T-X.
I Star office.
j BUICK TOURING. 1920: perfect mechanically .
repainted; $350. Col. 5672-W. 3*
, CLEVELAND TOURING. 1923; looks like n< v
1 mechanically perfect; terms, $330 cash, l.fc.
ance monthly. ISOO 14th st. n.w. Nona
9860.
CHANDLER CLUB ROADSTER. late 'l9: ex
ceilent mechanical condition; good rubber;
paint like new : small cash payment, balance
s2l monthly. North 9*60. 1800 14th st. n.w.
CHANDLER TOURING, 1923: Pikes Peak mo
tor; just been overhauled; paint, tires, etc.
in good shape: you can’t appreciate the value
in this unless you see it; $800: terms. Justice
Motor Co.. 1515 14th st. n.w.
CHALMIiRS SEDAN, good mechanical cond:-
tion; quick sale. $275 cash. 3806 14th, Jack
son North 999*. 3*
CHEVROLET COUPE, latest 1923; must sell;
leaving city; terms. Mam 5531. 9 to 6 pr.i.
CHEVROLET—A brand-new Chevrolet road
ster and a brand-new Chevrolet light delir.
ery truck; neither has been used: moving
from city: money saved to quick buyer. Phone
Columbia 6844.
CHEVROLET COUPE late 1923; will sac-:-'
five for best offer. Mr. Edge. 660 Pa. avc. #
s.e. 3*
CHEVROLET LIGHT DELIVERY. 1923. panel
body, inclosed cab; driven only 1.400 miles:
perfect condition: a bargain at S4OO, caah or
terms. Call Main 8750. 4*
CLEVELAND COUPE, run only little over
3.000 miles: like new: guaranteed; terms, $360
cash, $55.92 per month. North 9860. 1800
14th st.
DODGE TOURING—The car that every one has
been looking for; tires, paint and motor all
ready to go: this is a bargain at $350: term#
will be considered. Justice Motor Co., 1515
14th at. n-W.
I DODGE ROADSTER. $100; will demonstrate.
Call Col. 5891-W. after 6 p.m. 2*
ESSEX. 2 lops, both open and closed top# go
with the car. The original owner has taken
, good care of this, so you won't have any
' further expense on it this summer. You ought
to see tills before buying elsewhere. Justice
1 Motor Co.. 1515 14th st. n.w.
ESSEX TOURING. 1920; excellent condition;
j $375. Terms, $75 cash, balance $25 monthly.
’ North 9860. 1860 14th st.
BStrEX COACH, late I!tf2; very good cood.-
’ tion; many extras; $725 if soil at once. Lara
. bert-lludson Motors. 1722 L st. at Conn, ave
- n.w.
FORD SEDAN—VVe don't get them in as g0>..l
•hape as this one very often; tires, paint, mo
' tor, etc., arc in excellent coudition; you will
regret it if you fail to set this one; $3754
terms. Justice Motor Co.. 1515 14th at. n.w
’ FORD TOURING, 1922: erceflenl condition.
, Lino. 2130.
I FORD SEDAN, four doors; 1924; owner bn; ’
in* larger car. Hasv terms. Can be seen at
1620 M st. n.w., from 4 to 6 p.m. Ask for
Mr. Peake.
FORD COUPE, 1922; bargain from own*-.
S2OO- excellent condition and fully equipped.
Apt.'l64. 1715 P st. n.w.. after 4:30
FORD-AMEB TOURING BODY; wire wheel-
J recently overhauled :_$ 106. 635 Park road 2*
) FORD TOURING. 1922; good condition; es-
I tras; $250; terms. Adorns 3526.
( FORD TOURING. 1921. $150: 1923 tourin-T
■ $175; several truck chassis, $25 up; terms.
Acme Sales Co.. 310 Pa. ave. n.w. M. 1272.
FORD TOURING. 1923; motor overhauled,
new paint, a erack-a-jack car, $175. Blanton'S
Garage. Rear 1216 North Capitol. 3*
FORD TON TRUCK, late 1923: just like new.
going for $175. Apply Blanton's Garage. Rear
1216 North Capitol. 3*
FORD COUPE: like new; 1921; terms. Ad-
I dress Box 51-Y. Star office. 3^
FORD COUPE. 1921; just overhauled; new
tires and fenders, lock wheel, speedometer;
dash light, foot accelerator, motometer and
bar: sacrifice for $210; caah or terms. Ad
dreas Box 50-Y. Star office. *
FORD COUFE, 4-passenger, de luxe body , a
lot of extras. 518 10th st. n.e.
FORD COUPE, late 1922; new cord Urea and
battery; perfect condition; $375. 001. f 593
after 6 p.m. 3*
FORD COUPE, late 1923; used very little]
reason for selling. leaving city. Best offer
takes. Apt. 6, 1711 East Capitol st. Call
after 4:30. 4*
FORD TOURING, late model, $175; SIOO eaih,
b*l. $25 monthly. Mr. Edge, 660 Pa. ave. s.e,
3*
FORD MEDAN. 1922; 2-door; m excellent con
dition; $274). Call Adams 4362.
HAYNES TOURING: new paint, practically
new Urea and motor in good running shape;
1922 car; many accessories; the best buy
the market at S«SP will consider ter-n* or
■trade. Justice Motor Co., 1515 14th sMMk.w.
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