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FOB SALE-HOUSES.
Continued.
BARGAIN
f Just trro blocks from 14th Bt., overlooking
Hnul’s Addition. This properly contains six
rooms and f«tb. hot-wu ter heat electric
I ghfs and hardwood floors, la for sale direct j
from owner and buiTdcr. Price, $8,150. Tertnt
to suit. If you are looking for a home this
trill please you. Address Bo* 338-X, Star
oftce _ • I
" spring bargains.
» ST. N.E.—fl room brick. gas. bath, $4 TOO;
S7OO cash and S9O month. ___
O ST. N.K brick, gas. bath, $4,250; .
cash. $43 month.
O new buiufalows, a.m.i., $6,-50; $»#00 cash j
V and SSO month
H. C. MAYNOR, }
4 1402 No. Capitol St. North 5730-W. ,
FOR COLORED.
This splendid six-room bay-window brick
home, in excellent location on a wide avenue. ,
which will liecorac commercial: splendid con- ,
dit'oii: « bargain, $.“.,500; terms.
TUB JOSEPH SHAPIRO CO.. 919 15th ST. i
Sixteenth Street.
JOS. SHAPIRO CO. HOMES
SAMPLE HOUSE, 4709 16th ST. N.W. j
Open for Inspection.
, fU SOLD. FIVE LEFT.
*> On 16th *t.. where values are certain to en
hance. Inspect these beautiful homes, coo
taming t* gh: spacious rooms, three baths;
'••autlfnl nreplace; heavy oak floors through
out; finished ttlc; servant’s room: instantane
ous hot-wafer heater; built-in lefr'gerator;
tlree-car butl'-ln garage; finest kitchen In the
city. Oiy*n and lighted da ly and R 'nday
until 9 pm. Take 16th st. b '.s to Vamum at.
or 14th st. cars to Varnuvn st Attractively
priced and reps n ihlo ‘erms
THE JOSEPH SHAPIKO COMPANY. {
Owners and Builders,
fid 15th St N.W. F.anklin 1140.
NORTHWEST
SEMI-DETACHED
HOUSE.
Tapestry brick house of six rooms and
' tiled bath; two-car garage.
The rooms are large and britht, with
hardwisid floors, three porches: double
shades at windows: shower in )>*tb.
The house is screened throughout.
Hot-water heat; electric lights.
The house is well located on large
corner lot.
WAGOAMAN ft BRAWNER, INC..
Franklin 7485.
732 Seventeenth Street N.W.
I
Kene 13th and D Sts N.E.
An excrpt'nmlly well buit h'usc
nx rooms and t’ted bath. Feotflr ty, built-in
garage, colon 5 ”! front porch nn-f rear
porches. I riced right for a Quick sale. Very
easy terms can be arranged. ! hone us for in
spection
Near Hth and Pa. Ave. S.E.
A comf'T»abV and cozy home- semi-de
tached; 4 njce' s ami bath; good benting plant
*■' Inter or tastefully decorated; ample space for
garage Imnied ate possession. » rice very
reasonab’e Terms. \>ry small cash pay
ment. ba’ance $"0 a nrjnth. pays all interest
* j and principal.
RardgJtih Place N.E.
A and e*>sy home, 6 rooms, hath,
electricity, (tot-water heat, front and rear
porches; excePent condition Owner very anx
ious to qell For price asked, s a very good
buy. Ueasonable cash payment, ha’ance easy.
Phone us for salesman to show you this one
> C. H. SMALL & CO.,
Owners and Bdfders.
Real Estate.
IMS M II.W. Main 6861. |
JWANTEh TO BUY -HOUSES.
V MODERN HOME IN PETWOKTH OR CO- 1
* lumh'a Hei lit*. from $8.00<) to sl2 000. Ad- ,
dress Box 87-Y, Star . (Bee.
FINE 7-ROOM AND BATH MODERN BRICK I
dwelling; central n.w section; not over $8,500.
Address BV.\ 325-X, Star office.
A COMFORTABLE 6-BOOM AND BATH CITY '
or suburman home; reasonable pree; with one.
fourth cash payment; kindly give detailed de
script on and location in reply. Address Box |
18- X. Slai nfli e. ;
, WANTED IMMEDIATELY—IN THE VICIN'
ity of Du./ont rircle, for white purchaser. 0
to 9 room brick house; can g.ve large casta
x payment; pr.ee must be reasonable. P. J.
' WALSHE. INC.. 1107 Eye st. n.w.
WE HAVE UK# CLIENTS, NORTHEAST AND
aoutbeast propert-e* We must have them to
cell. To Ist wtu us means mmediate sale.
(Jinn.AN -REALTY COMPANY. 201 MoOill
hu In ng. M« n rs3l.
WILL MAkE a good cash payment on a
»C.««s. M 4 mm troiieiu ou.c. .-arage or ‘
apaceg arrind Lincoln Park Address Box i
52-Y S ar -iflic
f X' u# ..ixsit .loist i.\ any jiKih aec- !
Don. ha.i 4 goal cash payment and ran make
\ auhm» tafl monthly puyioru'*. Would like !
posse.*-Or with#n fin days Main 7552 1349
II st. ' w room 40fi.
IF iNTEIri'STVD IN BI YING. SHLI.ING OB !
Idbtiug ical estate in Petwonfa. get in touch
w-'h ,«r»V!\ GAUSS (S! , UH4 G» ave.
for. 1122 !
AM LOOKING FOR MODERN HOUSE’OF"S
or 8 r runs on or near East Cap tol st. be
tween Li coin Park and Library; can make
a»vlißfant «l payment. Address Box 349-X Star
a .
* WANTED AT ONCE-DETACHED OR SEMI- t
detached h me i-ontainiwr at least 9 bedrooms; i
mhst la. g iid Home. Price no object. Mr.
*' liICKIvS' N Adams 3977.
PROSPECTIVE PURCHASER DESIRES
home ilPrtn of Park road. wphin 1 Mock of
14th st.; must have 3 bedrooms and sleeping ;
porch or 4 bedrooms: will pay SI,OOO cash and
SIOO per inentl*. Address Box 60-Y. Star j
cilice
FOR QUICK RESULTS LIST YOUR PROP
i r erty with os. We have a number of clieota •
ready and anxious to buy. Sou may have just
the home we want.
L. GREENBERG ft CO., INC..
M 5175. 939 New York Ave. N.W. 5*
WE CAN SKI T. YOUR PROPERTY LET US .
look it over for you.
DINOWITZ REALTY CO.. INC..
736 11th St. N.W. M. 1761. I
> OUT-OF-T'WN BEAL ESTATE
BIfVERN RIVER. NEAR ANNAPOLIS—SIX
rqbro summer btmgaiow, new. In restricted
snore community; $3,500: easy terms. Ad
dress Uo- 37-Y. Star office. 4*
IN CENTRAL PHILADELPHIA. ONE OF
finest apartment hotels; always filled, showing
large net return; short distance from theaters,
railroad terminals, department stores; well
financed. OWNER, 402 8. Broad st., Phlla
delphir 4*
CHOICE WATER FRONT i
LOTS
ON WEST RIVER, AT WEST
SHADY SIDE. MD.
Half mile from Chesapeake Bay; most beau
tiful lots on the river; post office and a good .
More adjoin; many prominent AVashington
people are neighbor*; charming view; bathing, j
motoring, fishing, oyatering. crabbing, ducking;
number of lots for sale limited. F. MENEFEE.
Phone Cleveland 2205. 3*
SUMMER COTTAGES.
COLONIAL BEACH, VA—ONE 4-UOOM BDN
tttlow, furnished. Terms rash. Apply after 5 t
p.m. E. P. DRINKS, 100 iith st. s.w., Wash- |
j Jngion. V. C. 2* j
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAYS. !
THOS. J. OWEN ft SON. AUCTIONEERS. ]
TRUSTEES’ .SALE OF VALUABLE TWO- :
STORY BRICK DWELLING BEING NUM- ■
• BER 321 O STREET SOUTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust dated ;
June 7, 1928, being instrument No. 164, re- ,
corded June 7lh. 1923, among the land rec- ;
. rds of the District of Columbia and at the
request of the party secured thereby, the un
dersigned trustees will aeil at public auction,
in front of the ptemlaes. on WEDNESDAY.
THE NINTH DAY OF APRIL. A.D. 1024. AT
FOUR P.M., the following-described land and
premises, situate in the District of Columbia,
and designated as and being lot 242 in George
k E. Emmons' subdivision of lots in square 546,
r as per plat recorded in the office of the sur
veyor for the District of Columbia In Liber
20. at folio 88.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed of trust j
for $1,000.00, further partleiJMra of which i
win be announced at time of sale; the pur
chase pnee above said trust to be paid in cash.
A deposit of S2OO 00 required. Conveyancing. ,
recording and revenue stamps at purchasers |
cost. Terms to be complied with within thirty
days otherwise deposit forfeited and the prop
erty may be advertised and resold at the dis
cretion of the trustees.
GEORGE J. EARTEHDAY,
ORLANDO DDCKEB.
mh28.31-ap2.4.7.9 V Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE TWO
STORY BRICK DWELLING KNOWN AS
1235 EUCLID STREET NORTHWEST.
CONTAINING -SIX ROOMS AND BATH.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly I
iKcorded on April 14, 1923, as Instrument No.
B 3 of the land records of the District of Co
lumbia, and at the request of tbe party *e
| rnred thereby, the undersigned trustee* will
’ sell at public auction in front of tbe premises,
PO FRIDAY. THE FOURTH DAY OF APRIL,
A.D. 1824, AT FOUR O’CLOCK P.M.. the fol
lowing described land and premises, situate in
the District of Columbia and designated aa
and being lot numbered 67, In xquare 2862.
Term* of sale: Bold subject to two prior
deeds of trust amounting to about $8,250. Ail
cash over said trusts. Purchaser to make set
tlement In thirty days or deposit will be for
feited. Purchaser to pay all recording, con
• trancing and revenue costa. Deposit of S3OO
required at time of sale.
JOHN H. WRIGHT.
OSOKOB O. COOPER.
gsUfi or *s,wp» * a. Trustees.
/
AUCTIONS.
AUCTION SALES.
_ THIS AKTKRNOO3L_ _
THOS. J. OWEN ft BON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ KALE OF VALUABLE THBKE
BTORY BRICK DWELLING BEING NUM
BER 1733 F STREET NORTHWEST.
Ry virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded U. Li her No 4628. folio 91, et aeq.,
of the land records of the I).strict of Colum
j bia. ttad at the request of tbe party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell, at
! public unction in front of the premises on
WEDNESDAY. THE SECOND DAY OF APRIL,
A.D. 1924, AT FOUR O’CLOCK P.M.. the foi
lowlng-desrrbed land and premises, s tuate in
I the District of Columbia, and designated as
! and being lot lettered “K” in Alexander R.
j Shepherd's subdivision of lota In square 109,
■ a* per plat recorded In Book C. U. 8.. at page
s 355 in surveyor’s office of the District of
I Columbia.
( Te rns: Sold subject to a prior leed of trust
, for $7,505, further particulars of which will be
announced at lime of sale; the purchase price
above said truat to be paid in cash. A deposit
of S2OO required Conveyancing, reco, ding
and revenue stamps at purchaser's cost. Terms
to he complied with within thirty days, otber
‘ wise deposit forfeited and the property may
i be advertised and resold at the discretion of
I the trustees.
JESSE 11. HEDGES,
1 EI.LIpTT MIDDLETON,
j THOS. J. OWEN ft SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE ALMOST
NEW MODERN DETACHED BRICK AND
FRAME DWELLING WI'UI TWO-CAR
OARAGE, BEING NUMBER 1436 LONG-
I ELLOW STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust dated
February 23. 1923, being instrument No. 159,
re o’ded March 2, 1923, among the land records
of the District of Columbia and at the re
quest of the party secured thereby, the tin
dera: n-d trustees will sell at pubi c aciitlon In
: front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE
i SECOND DAY OF APRIL A.D 1921. AT FIVE
i P M.. tile following described land and prem*
ises, situate in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and l>e ng lot 36 and the west
9 feet by the full depth thereof of let 37 in
souare 2720 in the subdivision made by the
Holmes Central Realty Corporation of part of
the tract of land known as ’’Petei’s Mill
Seat,’’ called “Sixteenth Street Highlands, ’’
as per plat recorded in liber 36 at folio 19 In
the surveyor’s office of the District of Colum
bia. subject to covenants of record.
Teims; Sold subject to a prior deed of trust
for 318,000. further particulars of which will
be announced at time of sale; the purchase
price above said trust to tie i«»td in cash. A
deposit of SSOO icquired. Conveyan ng, re
cording and revenue stamps at purchaser’s
cqgt. Terms to tie complied with with n rti'rty
da; s otherwise deposit forfeited and the prop
el ty may he advertised and resold at the dis
cretion of the trustee*.
MORTON J I.UCHS.
HARRY B. PITTS,
1 mh2l-d ds exSu Truateea.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. f UCTIONEER.
Trustees’ Sale of ' 'uable De
tached Residence W : th Ample
Grounds and Gr.rage, Known
as Number 3209 H'ghland
Place, Cleveland Park, D. C
By virtue of a certain deed of tiust recorded
In Liber 4465. at foi o 350 of the land recorda
'of tiie District of Columbia and a’ the re
! quest of the party secured thereby, the nnder
* gned Unstees w-.il sell at pub!V auction in
fr it -f the premises, on FRIDAY. MARCH
TV I NTY-ITKST. 1024, AT FOUR I'M, the
follow ng descr bed land and prem -es. s tuate
In he District of Cuiimbia, being part of
I “The Higidau K" «' “Northern Aid t‘on to
| Clcv. ’and Park’’; also pa.l of he eastern or
j tins -d v : de<! port of “Cleveland Park” and
: part of the “G Idsbormigh T-act,” and lots
numbered seven (7i, eight (S), ten (10) to
thirteen (13). inclusive, and parts of lot* num
bered one (1) ant nine (9) in squaie nutn
beied twenty hundred an! seventy-two (2072)
I in South Boston Real v Company's subdivi
•ioa of part of “The Highlands'* or “North
ern Addition to Clcrriaiid Pa;k’’ and part of
1 as <1 “Goldshorough Tract,” as per plat re
, corded in the office of the surveyor f the Dia
■ tr.Ct of Columb a in Liber County 24, at foi o
40: aid lots, part* of io's and parts of tract.
J being contiguous, are described in one parcel:
1 Region ng at a peg in the south line of (Ird-
J way street at the northwest corner of said lot
j numbered seven (7) above mentioned, and
I running thence east along the south line of
j Ordway gtree*. 313 17 feet; thence south 0 de
‘ grtTs 7 minutes 30 seconds cast. 170.41 feet
! to a stone in the north line of II giilaml uve
-1 cue; thence along sa’d avenue and the north
j line of “rieveiand Park” 134 18 feet; thence
I south 420 feet; thence along said avenue,
south 73” 50’ west. 85.29 feet to the aouth
! west corner of the par-el conveyed to ttates
' XVarren by deed recorded in Liber 3419 at fo
j lio 348 of the land records of the District of
Colcmh a: thence north 15* 45’ JO” west.
: 147 54 feet to an old gas pipe at an angle in
said lot numbered n*ne (9) abort- mentioned;
j thence with the southwesterly tines of said
I iois numbered n ne (9), eight (8). and sever
(7) above mentioned, nor'h 43” 12’ west. 90
feet to an old gas pipe at the southwest cor
ner of said lot numbered seven (7); thence
along the west line of said lot num
bered (7). northerly 23 95 feet to the
beg uning; at enrding to plat of survey
dsied February 24 1916. and rcr-orderl in
Surrey Book 39. at page 74. in the office of the
surveyor for the I) strict of C luinbia: sub
lect so bn’lding Ine restriction/ on Grdway
street, as shown on plat recorded in said sur
veyor's office n Liber County 2-1, at fol'O 10
Sare property being : nrp oved by a deiaciied
; res nance known as No. 3209 Highland place,
i and ca age.
! Terms of sale; Said property t» subject to a
r pr or deed of trust securing an indebtedness
iof $24 000 now past due. and said property
jwiil.be sold sup > t to sa d deed of trust in
: debtedneaa and accumulated interest. The
. purchase price oyer and above sa d teed of
' trus' and interest, ail .-ash. Interest and taxes
' paid or adjusted to date of s*l«. A deposit
of $1 000 will tie required at the Fme of sale
: All conveyancing, recording, reyenue stamps.
' etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale t»
be complied »Hr within thirty days from
day of sale otherwiae deposit will be for
feited aud property resold at risk and cost
.of defaulting- pureheser after five days’ ad
vertisement of such resale in some newspaper
published in Wssh-nctoo. d C
XT M Fl SHOLES,
' WILLIAM L. BROWNING.
mhll.dftds.exSn Truateea.
The above sale is postponed until WEDNES
DAY, APRIL SECOND. 1924, at the »ame hour i
and place.
WM. H. SHOLES,
WILLIAM U BROWNING.
j mhlT.eodftda erSj Trustees.
TOMORROW.
i THOS. J. OWEN ft SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE THREE
STORY BRICK RESIDENCE. BEING
NUMBERED 3112 13th ST. N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated
October 1. 1923, being instrument No. 183.
recorded November 6. 1923. annmg tbe land
. record* of the District of Columbia, and at I
the request of the party secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will sell, at public auc
tion in front o* the premise*, on THURSDAY.
THE THIRD DAY OF APRIL. A.D. 1824. AT
5 P.M.. the followiDg-deacribed land and
prem ses. situate in the District of Columbia,
and designated as and being lot 33 in A. G.
Yount’s subdivision of lot 26 in block 36.
“Columbia Heights." District of Columbia, as
per plat of said subdivision recorded in Liber
12 at folio 45. one of the records of the 1
office of the surveyor of said District, said
block being now known for taxation purpose* i
as square 2848.
Terms: Soid subject to a prior deed of trust ]
for $8,000.00. further particular* of which will
: be announced at time of sale; the purchase
. price above said trust to be paid in cash,
j A’depoalt of S2OO required. Conveyancing, re- ■
; cording and revenue stamps at purchaser's
cost. Terms to be complied with within 15
dsys. otherwise deposit forfeited and the prop
erty may he advertiaed and resold at the
■ discretion of the trustees.
J T. GLASCOCK. c
I . CUVIER A. METZLER.
mh22.dftds.ex3u Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF~ VALUABLE BUSI
NESS PROPERTY REAL ESTATE. 931
LOIISIANA AVE. N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of troat duly
recorded in Liber No. 4684. folio 278. et aeq..
I of the land records of the Dittrict of Co- '
, lambia. and at tie request of the party se
l cured thereby, tbe undersigned trustees will
I offer for sale by public auction, in front of
i the premises, on THURSDAY. THE THIRD
DAY OP APRIL, A.D. 1924. AT 4:30
O'CLOCK P.M., the following-described Isnd
* and prenioea, situate in tbe city offiWash
] ington. District of Columbia, to wit;
I Part of original lot numbered five (5), in
square numbered three hundred and eighty
; one (381) - Beginning on Louisiana avenue. 07
i feet east from the cast line of 10th street,
and running thence northwesterly at right
angles to said avenue, 48 feet 1 inch; thence
west at right angles to 10th street, 19 feet
' WK inches; thence south to intersect the
line drawn st right angles to said avenue
from the point In said avenue, 21 feet 2
Indies southwesterly from tbe beginning,
thence southeasterly at right angles to said
avenue, to a point 21 feet 2 inches westerly
from the beginning, the list two lines being
together 56 feet 1 inch; thence along said
avenue, easterly 21 feet 2 inches to the be
ginning, improved by brick business building
known as No. 931 Louisiana avenue n.w..
with a frontage on said avenue of 21.2 feet,
subject however to a prior deed of trust in
! the sum of fourleeu thousand (14.000) dollars.
! dated February MO. 1922, on or before three
i year*, interest Ofper centum per aauunm, pay
able semi annually.
Terms of Sale; All cash over and above
! the deed of trust of $14,000. A deposit of
; $1,000.00 required of the purchaser at tbe
time of tale. All conveyancing, recording,
revenue stamps and notarial fees at the cost
of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be com
piled with within sixty 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’
advertisement of such resale in some news
paper published in tbe city of Washington,
JOSEPH I. WELLER. i
CHAS. A. CARRY.
mhH.rtftdWxßu Truateea.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCT. j
Dry Goods and Notions, Fix
tures, Etc., by Auction, at;
Weschler’s, 920 Pa. Ave.
N.W., Thursday, April 3d, ’
Commencing at 10:30 A.M. i
Fresh, up-to-date stock of Ladles' and Chtl- J
Iren's Dresses, Underwear, Hosiery. Dry Goods,
bolt Blue Serge, Stamped Goods, Fleitber’s A
Clark's Cotton. Yarn. Thread and Embroid
cry. Gents' Underwear and Sweaters, Ribbons,
Towels, Infants' Shoes, Bedroom Supplies,
Show Oases, Counter etc.
ADAH A. WESCHLER. Auct.
■UI-3t TERMS CASK.
TOE EVENING BTAR, WASHINGTON, D. C- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1924.
AUCTION SALES.
TOMORROW.
j THOMAS J. OWEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS.
COLLATERAL AT AUCTION.
By virtue of a cenaio collateral note dated
Washington. D. C.. November 20th. 1923. pay
able three month* after date, signed Mary C.
Bradley and Arthur G. Bradley, default hav
ing been made in the payment of same and at
the reqoeat of the holder thereof, we will aeil
at public auction, within our office. 1331 G
st. u w., on THURSDAY. APRIL HE THIRD, j
1924, AT OXE-FGRTY-FIVE G’( LOCK P.M . ,
the collateral ntmed therein, lo *’M; One
note dated June 22nd, 1923. balance due
thereon amounting to $4,244.55. payable SSO .
per month and secured on lot 110, square 2841. .'
Terms of sale: All cash.
THOMAS J. OWEN ft SON. Auctioneers. ,

THOMAS J. OWEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS. J
COLLATERAL AT AUCTION.
By virtue of a certain collateral note dated
September 12th. 1923, payable 45 days after
date, a'gned Lucie R. Pollard, defanit having
been made in tlie payment of tame aud at the .
request of the holder the.eof, we will sell at j
public auction, within our offloes. 1331 G st.
n. . on THURSDAY. THE THIRD DAY OF
APRIL, 122. Vi’ ONE-FORTY FIVE O’CLOUK .
: P.M., the collateral named therein, to-wlt;
One note for $1,500. date July 3rd, 1923. pay- 1
able one year after date, secured ou lot 48, in j
square 3003.
Terms of sale; All cash
THOMAS J. OWEN ft SON. Auctioneers.
mhßl-3t
FITIHE DAYS.
THOS. J. OWEN ft RON. AUCTIONEERS. *
THUS ! EE’S SALE OF- VALUABLE IM
PROVED RF.AE ESTATE. KNOWN AS
*•••0 BROAD BRANCH ROAD NORTH- :
WEST.
By v rtue ot a certain deed of truat record- I
ed Sep-ember S. 1921, In Liber No. 4566 at |
folio 371 of the land record* of the District .
of Colombia aud «t the request of the party
secured, the undersigned trustee will sell at j
pu'.i c i-> lon in front of the premises, on j
WEDNESDAY. THE NINTH DAY OF APRIL
19 4. AT FOUR-THIRTY O’CLOCK P.M.. tbs |
f'llo« ing-ilescrlhed reil estate situate In the;
District of Columbia and designated as lot 1
numbered fourteen t!4> in square numbered j
n neteen hundred and niacty-six (19901, in Ful
t n It. Gordon's subdivision of parts of (he r
trac •< of land called "Resnrvey of New ,
Seat." "Dry Meadows" and “Chevy Chase," '
now known a* “Chevy Chase Grove.” as per '
plat recorded in Liber No. 42. folio 21 of th«
jvc--rds I f r! e office of the surveyor for tire
District of Columbia.
Terras of sale: One-third of the purchase
price to be paid In cash, the balance In two
: equal installments, payable in one and two
i years, w clt merest at the rate of si* and
' one-half per cent per annum, payable semi
annually. secured by deed of trust on the
property sold or ail cash at the option of the
\ pit. < baser. A deposit ot S2OO will be required
;at tbe tme of sale. All conveyancing, record- j
i lug, revenue stamps, etc . at coat of purchaser. I
Terms of s.le to be complied with w thin I
tlitr-y days from day of sale, otherwise de
posit will be forfeited and property resold at
r sk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after
live days' a ive. t uement of such resale m
some newspap*: published in Washington, D. C.
NATIONAL SAVINGS AND TRUST COM
PANY”. trustee.
Bv WILLIAM D HOOVER, President.
Attest: E. PERCIVAL WILSON. Secretary.
thom'as j. oivr.N a son. auctioneers.
TRUSTEES’ SALT OF VALUABLE RF-AL ES
TATE. BEING A HOt SE AND L<>T
NUMBERED 1349 C .STREET SOUTH
EAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust record
ed on June 8, 1923, us instrument 138 of the
land records of the District of Co’umbia. and
at the request of the parties secured thereby,
the unders'gned v I!t sell ar p\f -4c auction, in
fron of the premi-e*, on THURSDAY. APRIL
10, 1924. AT FOUR THIRTY O’CLOCK PM.
the following described land nod premises
sltuat - in tiie District of Columbia and being
lot numts-re 1 ninety (90), in square numbered
ten hundred aud forty one (1.041). as de
scri’ied in said deed of trust, upon the fol
lowing terms:
Term* of sale: Said property Is aubjeet to a
prior deed of trust -enuring an indebteduea*
of $3,750 and said property will lie soid *ub-
Jcct to sai I deed of trust indebtedness. Os '
the purchase pric. over aad above said deed
of trust one-third Is to be paid in cash and
tbe tuilance in two equal installments, payable
in one and two years, witli interest at the
rate of 7 per centum per annum, payable
semi annually, secured by gicond deed of trust
upon the property so d. or all caah, at the op
;t on of the pur baser. Interest and taxes to
ibe paid or adjusted to date of sale. A de
posit of s2*lo will lie required at the time of
sale. Al! ccnveyanc.ng. recording, revenue
-tamps, etc., at the cost of the purchaser.
T-'rms of sale to 1-e compiled wi h within .
thirty days from day of.saie. otherwiae de
po-it will be forfeited end property resold at
i risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after
i five days’ advertisement of sue.# u o in some
i newspaper published in Washington, P. C.
B FRANCIS SAUL,
1412 Eye at. n.w. 1
WILLIAM I* BENSON. ’
• mh3l 1412 Kyt* st. n.w
' Ttt'-M VS DOWLING ft CO..
TRI STFTRS’ NAT-K OK iIRICK
DWELLING, NO. 1M D STREET
SOUTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded in Liber No 4693, folio 137 et seq.,
of the land record* for the Distr ct of Colum
bia and at she request of the ratty secured
thereby, we will sell at public *><c ion in front
of the pram, on I RIDAY. APRIL FOURTH.
1924, AT FOUR O’CLOCK P.M . .the following
described land ami premises, situate fa the city
of Washington. U strict of Columbia, known
and descrilted i* “part of origdia’ lot num
bered six (6). in square numbered seven hun
dred and thirty-three (733 i, con I a ned in the
following metca aud bounds: Beginning for
the same at the southwest corner of said lot
on "D" street and running thence east along
the I ne of said "D" street east thirteen 413 1
feet four (4) inches, thence north eighty-four
(841 feet si* (6> inches thence west thirteen
(13l feet (o r (4) inches to the Lne of a fif
teen (15) foot public alley and thence south
along the l.ne of s* d alley eighty-four (S 4)
feet six t 6) inches so the place of beginning.
Subject to a right of way across the north
o. rear four (4) feet ai* (6) inches of the
above described part of said lot, for the use
and benefit of the east twenty-al* (26) feet
' eight (8) inches thereof of said lot si* (6). by
, a depth of eighty-four (84) feet si* (6) inches
j for alley purpose#,’’ together with the im
i provements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
I money to be paid in cash, balance in one and
two years, with interest at 6 per cent per an
num. payable semi annually, or ail cash at the
purchaser's option: s3o<j deposit required at
time of sale. Conreyancing. notary, revenue
stamps and recording at cost of the purchaser,
i Te.ms of sale lo be complied with within
. thirty days, otherwise the deposit will be for
feited and the property may be advertised
and resold at the discretion of tbe trustees.
A. DENEKAS. ;
E. BARBOUR HUTCHISON. '
1 mh24.26.28 31,ap2.3 Trustee*. ]
' ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER. >
Valuable Business and Apart*
ment Property Near Connec
ticut Ave., No. 1740 L Street
N.W., By Auction.
. By virtue of authority vested in the under- *
signed, 1 will offer for sale by public auction '
1 in front of the premise*, on THURSDAY. THE
1 THIRD DAY OF APRIL 1924. AT FOUR
O'CLOCK P.M. SHARP, the west H of lot
I 19 in Bamurl Davidson's subdivision of lot* in .
! square 163 aa per piat recorded in Liber N. K.. .
] folios 3 and 4 of the record* of the office of ,
the surveyor of the District of Columbia, Im.
• proved by brick building containing 12 rooms. ;
; 3 baths. 4 toilets and large store room and i
(bop, side and 30-foot rear alleys, -with gal
vanized garage in rear.
'terms: Subject to a deed of trust for sll.- I
000 at 7 C A> due November 3. 1928, balance ;
cash. Deposit ot SSOO required at sale. Term*
to be complied with in thirty days, other
wise deposit will be forfeited and property ■
resold at risk ani cost of defaulting pur- |
chaser after fire days’ advertisement of such ,
I resale in some newspaper published in Wash- 1
j Ington, D. C. All conveyancing, recording
‘ and revenue stamp* at cost of purchaser.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, Auctioneer. )
mh27,-d*d»,exSc i
| ADAM AT WBSCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
I TRUSTEES’ SALK OF 8-ROOM AND BATH
FRAME DWELLING. NO. 635 H ST.
I S.W.: 20-FT. SIDE AND SO FT. REAR
i ALLEYS. WITH POUR METAL GA
RAGES IN REAR.
1 By virtue of authority vested in the under
; signed, we will sell by pidtiic auction in front
; of the premises, on THURSDAY. APRIL 10,
1924. AT FIVE O’CLOCK P.M., lot T,
• -quare 468. improved as above.
i Terms: AH cash over and above a first deed
of l-ust of $1,874.05 payable S2O per month.
Ade,. wit of S3OO required at time of sale.
Terms of rale to be complied with within 30
day* from day 'f sale, otherwise the trustee*
reserve the right W resell the property at
the riak and cost sis ti*c lefaniting purchaser
after five days’ advertisement of such resale
in some newspaper published in Washington.
P. C. All conveyancing, recording and rev
enue sumps at purchaser’s cost.
J C. HOSKINS,
ALGERNON 8. GARDINER.
( mh3l-dftds.exSu Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
i Trustees’ Sale of Valuable Brick
| - Residence, No. 1218 16th
Street Northwest.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded In Liber No. 4180, folio ITS et aeq.,
of tbe land records of the District of Coium
bia, and at the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees will offer
(or sale by public auction, in front of the
premise*, on FRIDAY. THE ELEVENTH DAY
OF APRIL. 1924, AT FOUR O’CLOCK P.M..
tiie following described laud and premises,
situate in the city of Washington, District of
t Columbia, to-wit: Lot 96. in William Kedln.
! trustee’s, subdivision in sqnare 182 as per plat
recorded In Libor W. F., folio 70, of tbe records
; of the office of the surveyor of said District,
; Improved by a large, modern, brick residence
'with attractive briek and stone front in a
’ most desirable location.
Terms of sale: Subject to a prior deed of
! trust for $20,000 at 7% due December 21.
11923. Balance cash. A deposit of $2,000 re-
Iquired of the purchaser at the time of sale.
All conveyancing, recording, revenue stamp#
and notarial fee* at tbe coat of the purchaser.
Term* of sale to be compiled with within
j thirty days from date of aale. otherwiae tbe
trustees reserve tbe right to resell the prop-
I erty at tbe risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser, after five days’ advertiaement of
such resale in some newspaper published in
the city of Washington, D. C.
CHAS. HENRY BUTLER,
JOHN A. KRATZ,
No. 1537 Eye at a.w,
nbSl-dftds.esfe Trustcee.
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAYS.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable Four*
story Brick Apartment*
Known as “Braddock,” North
east Corner 18th and AVillard
Streets N.W. ,
By virtue of a certain deed of trust dated
October 8. 1923 and recorded October 22, 1923,
as instrument No. 258 of the land record* ol
the District of Columbia and at the request
of the parly secured thereby, the undersigned
trustee* will offer for sale by public auction,
in front of the premises, on FRIDAY. THK
FOURTH DAY OF APRIL, 19*4. AT FOUR
O’CIAU'K I’M., tbe following described land
: and prcmlae*. situate in the city of Washing
i ton. District of Columbia, to-wit: Lot 244. fa
Joaeph W. llarpcr’a subdiriakm of lot*. Is
aqua e 151, aa said snbdlviaionr la recorded Is
Liber 30 folio 133, of the reeords of the office
of the surveyor of the District of Colombia.
Improved a* above, to tic sold subject, however,
Ito a prior deed of trust for $25,000, at 6>4
per cent, of whleh $3,000 will he due Oclobei
3 1926. and $22,000 will be due October 8
i 1928. over and above said truat, cash
Terms of sale: A deposit of $2 500 required
;of the purchaser at the time of sale. All
, conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps and
I notarial fees at the cost of the purchaser.
I Terms of sale to be complied with within ,
thirty days of sale, otherwise the trustees, re-.
| serve the right so resell the property at Hie
! risk sad cost of the defaulting purchaser, aftef j
j five day* advertisement of such resale In some 1
newspaper published in the City of Washing i
ton. D. C.
W. BPENCER ARMSTRONG, i
CHARLES K MARSH.
mh24.dftds.exSn Trustee*. ,
; THOS. J. OWEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS.
1 TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE TWO
STORY lIRICK DWELLING KNOWN .48
I 3521 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE. N.W..
) CONTAINING EIGHT ROOMS AND
BATH.
I By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
; m-orded on November 24. 1928. as instrument
' No 43 among the land records of the District
j of Columbia and at the request of the party
; secured thereby, the unders'gned trustees will
•sell s pubic auction in front of the jxemises,
on FRIDAY, THE FOURTH DAT OF APRIL
A I). 1921 AT FOUR THIRTY O’CLOCK P.M.,
the following described land and premises, ail- I
tiate in tiie District of Columbia, and desig- ■
nated as and being lot nagjbcred 89, In square |
numbered 2895.
Terra* of sale: All cash over three prior ;
deeds of trust amounting to about $9,750 De- I
posit of S3OO required at time of sale. Pot- ;
chaser to pay all conveyancing, recording, etc., '
and make setfement within thirty days or
deposit will be forfeited and properly resold.
JOHN H WRIGHT
RALPH E. POTTEIft
i mh24.27.81.ap2.3.4 Truateea.
THOS. J. OWEN ft SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE BRICK
DWKLIJNG CONTAINING SEVEN
ROOMS. BATH AND H -W.H., GARAGE
ON 20FOO-' ALLEY. BEING PREMISES
NO. 1259 MORSE STREET NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a erta.n deed of trust duly j
recorded in ’ iher No. 4904, folio 45 et B<-q.,
of the laud records of the D strict of Columbia, I
and at the request of the party secured there
by, the unde-alt ned fmstees will sell, at pub- ■
tic auction in front of .he premises, on
TUESDAY. THK EIGHTH PAY OK APRIL !
A.D. 1924, AT FOUR O CLuCK P.M> the i
follow up described land and premise*, situate ]
in the I) strict of Columbia, and designated
as and being lot 99 in Oeila Chapel's subdi- '
vision of lots in block 1 “Tr nidad,” a* per i
plat recorded in Liber County No 11. (olio,
124 of the records of the • IBce of the sur
veyor of the District of Columbia.
Terms: Sold subject to a prior deed of truat
for $3 300, further particulars of which will
be announced at time of sale; SI,OOO of tbe
purchase price shove sa d trust to lie paid
in cash, balance .n monthly installments of
SSO to Include interest at 7 per cent. A de
posit of S2OO requ red. Conveynncing, record
ing and revenue at purchaser's cost.
Term* to be complied with within thirty
days, otherwise deposit forfeited aud tba prop
erty mar be advert;sed and resold at the dis
cretion of the trustee*.
SAMUEL C. TAYLOR.
M. O. JARVIS.
mh26 d&ds.exSu Trustee*.
THOS. J. OWEN ft SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTERS' KALE OF VALUABLE IM
PROVED REAL ESTATE. KNOWN AS
- PREMISES NO. 1551 FOURTH ST. N.W.
Ry v.r'ne of a cerlam deed of truat re
corded June 22 1921. in liber 4555. folio 174
of tbe laud records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of • the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustee* will sell
at public auction, in front of tbe premises.
; on FRIDAY. THE FOURTH DAY OF APRIL
; 1924, AT 5 O'CLOCK PM., the following
real estate, si*tiate in the District o. O- 1
lumbi*. and designated as lot numbered thirty
four #34) in Henry Murray's subd.vismo. in
square numbered five hundred and twenty
one (521) as per plat recorded In liber No.
23. folio 43 of the records of tbe office of
the surveyor for the District of potnmbia
Terms of sale; Said property 1* subject to
a prior deed of trust securing an indeb'ed
nes« of F 2.500.00, and will be sold subject
to sa d indebtedness The purchase price
over sad above sa d deed of truat is to he
paid in cash A deposit of 8201) 00 will be
required at the time of sale. AH con
veyancing. recording, revenue stamps, etc.,
at ' ost of pun baser. Terms of sale to be
eompl ed with w.thin th;r'y day* from day
of sale otherw ae d»po* f will he forfeited
and property resold at rsk and coat of de
faulting punhaser after five days' advertise
ment of such resale in some newspaper pub
lished in Washington. D. C.
B. FRANCIS SAUL.
<1412 Eve St. N.W I
G. PERCY M-GLUE
•1410 H Kt. N.W.)
mh-35dftd Sevan Trustees 1
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE UNFIN
ISHED BRICK DWELLING NO. 1747 A
STREET S.E.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust dated
August 20th, 1923. and recorded August 21st.
1923. as instrument No. 226. of the land record*
ot the District of Columbia, and at tbe request
of the party secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will offer for sale by public auciion,
in front of tbe premises, oo THURSDAY,
THE TENTH DAY OF APRIL 1924, al FOUR
O’CLOCK P.M., the follow ng described Isnd
and premises, situate in the city of Wash
ington. District of Columbia, to wit: Lot 115
in tbe subdivision made by Barllte M. Odum of
lots 57 to 62, in square 1007, as per plat re
corded in tbe office of tbe surveyor for tbe
District of Coinmbia. in Liber Ts. at folio 80,
J improved as above. Term* of sale: Cash. A
; deposit of S3OO required of the purchaser at
• the time of sale. All conveyancing, recording.
! revenue stamps and notarial fees at tbe cost
of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be com
plied with within thirty days from day of
sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right
to resell the property at the riak and coat of
the defanlting purchaser, after five days' ad
vertisement of such resale in some newspaper
• published in the city of Washington, D. C.
WILLIAM HENRY WHITE.
ELLWOOD P. MOHKY,
! mbol-d&ds.exSn Trustees.
THOS. J. OWES ft SON. AUCTIONEERS.
; TRUSTERS' SALK OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE, IMPROVED BY THREE-STOUT
1 BRICK DWELLING, BRING NUMBER
| 520 20th ST. N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust dated
October 4. 1923. being instrument No. 183.
duly recorded October 10, 1923. among the
i land records of the District of Columbia, and
, at the request of the party aecnred thereby,
the undersigned trustees will, tell, at public
auction, iu front of thK - premises, on
i WEDNESDAY. THE NINTH DAT OF APRIL
I A D. 1934. AT FIVE O’CLOCK P.M.. the fol
' lowing-deacrlbed land and premise*, situate in
I the cltv of Washington. District of Columbia.
I and designated as and being lot 23. in John
IP. Waggaman and John B. Francis’ sub
division of lots, in squsre 164. as per plat
recorded in Liber IS, folio 8, of the record*
! of the office of tbe surveyor of the DiatriCt
of Columbia.
Terms of sale: AH cash. A deposit of S2OO
will be required at time of gale. AU con
veyancing. recording, revenoe stamp*, etc.,
at cost of purchaser. Term* of sale to be
compiled with within SO days from day of
sale, otherwiae the trustees reserve tbe right
to resell tbe property at tbe risk and coat
of defaulting purchaser, after five days’ ad
vertisement of inch resale in aome newspaper
published in. Washington. D. C.
FRANCIS 8. DUNNIGAN.
GEORGE ÜBCIOLO.
I ißh2fi-dftda,exßD Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES’ KALE OF VALUABLE TWO
STORY AND ATTIC DETACHED FRAME
DWELLING. U.-W. HEAT AND ELEC.
LIGHT'S. NO, 5518 SHF.RRIER PLACE
N.W.. “POTOMAC HEIGHTS."
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded in Liber No. 4865, folio 239, et seq..
of the land records of the District of Colum
bia, and *1 th« request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees will offer
for sale bv public auction, lo front of tbe
premises, on TUESDAY, THK FIRST DAY OF
APRIL A.D. 1924. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.,
the following-described land and premises,
situate in the county of Washington. District
of Columbia, to-wit: Lota 67 and 68 in Po
tomac Height* Land Company's subdivision
of land, now known as “Potomac Heights,”
as per plat recorded In Liber County 24, folio
50. of the record* of the office of the surveyor
of the District of Columbia, subject to cove
nants of record, to be sold, subject, however, to
two prior deeds of trust, vi*.; First trust. $3.-
500 at 7 per cent, due April 24, 1926, and the
unpaid balance of a second deed of truat
amounting to $1,819.26. payable S6O per mantli
including interest at C per cent.
Term* of sale; Over and above said trusts,
cash. A deposit of S3OO required of the pur
chaser st tbe time of sale. AH conveyancing,
recording, revenue stamps, and notarial fees
at the cost of the purchaser. Term* of sale to
be complied with within thirty days from day
of sale, otherwise tbe trustee* reserve the
right to resell the property at tbe risk and
cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five
days’ advertisement of inch resale in aome
newspaper published lo the city of Wash
ington, D. C.
FRANCIS L. NEUBECK,-
THOMAS A. NOONS,
mh2l -dftds.exSu Truateea.
gjyTHE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED ON
account of the inclement weather until FRI
DAY. APRIL FOURTH, 1924, AT THE SAM*
HOUR AND PLACE.
FRANCIS L NEUBRCK,
THOMAS A. NOONB.
ap2,8,4 Tmates*.
AUCTION SALES.
’FUTURE DAYS. |
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES' BALE 7)F VALUABLE UNFIN
ISHED BRICK DWELLING NO. 1749 A
STREET S.E.
By virtue of a certain deed of truat dated
August 20th. 1923, and recorded August 21*t.
1923, as instrument No, 225, of the laud record*
of the District of Columbia, and at the request
of the parly secured thereby, tbe undersigned
trustees will offer fm aale by public auct 100,
in front of the premise*, on THURSDAY,
THE TENTH DAY OF APRIL, 1024. at FOUR |
O’CLOCK P M., tbe following described land
aad prem'se*. situate In the city of Wash
ington, District of Columbia, lo wit: loot 114
in the subdivision made by Bnrille M. Odum
of lota 57 to 62, lo square 1097. at per plat
recorded. In the office of tSe surveyor for the
District of Columbia, in Liber 71, at folio 09,
Improved sa above. Term* of sale: Caah. A
deposit of S2OO required of the purchaser at j
the time of aale. AH conreyancing. revenue
stamps and notarial fee* at the coat of the
purchaser. Terms of sale to be compiled with
within thirty day* from day of sale, otherwiae
the 'trustees rtaerv* the right to resell the
property at the r'sk and coat of the. ik-fmit
ing purchaser, after five days' advertisement
of such resale In some newspaper published in
the city of Washington, D. C. |
WILLIAM HENRY WHITE,
ELLWOOD P. MOREY.
mh3l-dftd*,ex3u Truateea.
! THOS. J. OWEN ft SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ BALE OF FRAME DWELLING
I KNOWN AR 1141 Ist STREET NORTH
WEST, WITH ONE-STORY FRAME IN i
THE REAR.
! Ry virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court I
of the District of Columbia passed in Equity J
* Cause No 40859. will sell at public auction,
; In front of the premise*, on TUESDAY, THR •
FIRST DAY OK APRIL 1924, AT FIVF, 1
O’CLOCK P M., the following-described land (
and premises, situate in the District of Co
lumbia and being part of original lot 12 io
square 629. beginning for tbe same st a point i
on Ist *t. west, 20 feet north of tbe south- J
West corner of said lot. and running north |
along said Ist st. 20 feet, east 100 feet to a
10-foe* alley, south along said alley 20 feet, I
west 100 feet to the beginning, beint, desig- ;
nated for purposes of taxation as lot 828, with '
the improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One third of tbe purchase j
money to he paid la cash and the balance in
two equal Installments, payable in one and
two years from the day of sale, and to be |
represented by the promissory note* of .he j
i purchaser, bearing interest at the rate ot fl 1
, per centum per annum, payable semi-annually, (
. and seemed by deed of truat on the property j
. sold, or ail cash, at the option of tbe pur- :
chaser. *2OO deposit required upon accept
ance of hid. AH conveyancing, notary fees ,
i and recording at purchaser's cost. Terms of |
sale to he compiled with within thirty day* .
from day of sale, otherwiae the trustees re. 1
serve the right to resell the property at tbs .
r'sk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after I
five days’ advertisement of such resale in soma |
newspaper published in Washington. I). C. i
JOSEPH SHKKUIKR,
HARRY A. GRANT.
mh2o dftds.exSu v Truateea. j
fffTHK ABOVE SALE 18 POSTPONED ON
ACCOUNT OF THE INCLEMENT WEATHER
UNTIL MONDAY. THK SEVENTH DAY OF
APRIL 1924 SAME HOLM’ AND PLACE,
i BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES.
«p2-dftd* exßu _______
ADAM A WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
! TRUSTEES’ SALE OT~TWO FRAME DWELL
! I NOS. NOS. 14*13 AND 1405 MONTKLLO
AVENUE NORTHEAST; ALSO COAL
I YARD AT INTERSECTION OK MINNE
i SOTA AVENUE AND SHERIFF ROAD I
NORTHEAST, IMPROVED BY FHAME j
I STORE AND DWELLING.
! By virtue of a certain deed of trust, record
ed in Liber So. 4185. at fo.io 125. one of I
the land records of the D.atrict of Columbia, j
and default having been made n the paymert i
of the d> bt secured by said deed of trust, 1
and at the request of tie ,"#tty secured ti.eie
, by. we. the under* gne.l trustees, will «Ifyr
i for rale at public auction. #n f ont »I the
i respective premise*, on WEDNESDAY*. THE j
VI. TH DV OF APRIL. A.D. 1921. AT!
' FOUR O’CLOCK P.M.. all those parrel* ot |
land situate and iretng in the county of Wash i
■ ington. in the District of Columbia, and he I
scribed as U>t* nbmbeted twenty-seven (271 I
and twenty-eight #2‘ t n John E. Beall and j
other*’ subdivision, .u blocK numbered eight ,
(8). Trinidad, a* per p at recorded m County
Book 1. par 81 be ellf.eyor'r office of
the Diatrtct of Columbia, subject to rondi I
tmas of tecord, together wi>h the improve- i
i meets thereon, known us houses numbered j
I 1403 and 1405 Montello arenee northeast
I O" be autre day at foils FORTY-FIVP. |
| O’iT/OCK I’ M , part f the tracts of land
tailed “Fife Enlarged" and "Beall's Ad i
venture,” described as follow*; C mmenc ng '
a stone located on tiie south side of j
Sheriff road, at the inleisectlon of the east 1
< line of the right of way of !)#e old Sonthera
| Maryland Railroad Company, aud running ,
j thence along the south Une of Sheriff road .
■ south 84 degrees 13 m'n ites cast 76.11 feet 1C
'stooe: thence south 451.17 f--et to stone <»a
north right of way line of th-. old Southern
Maryland tai.road; thence rncniag nortnerij
with an arc of a circle having a rad us of
442 78 feet, a distance of 439.61 feel to lorint
at beginning, containing n *ll 37.86ii.;’0 j
, square feet, aud subject to a p-at.nrtioji th*’
- no building* nr permanent improvements snail
be pla ed thereon, north of what "ill be so
extension west rly th-oegb the said property
•f the build ng restrict on line in -square mnn ■
be red 5096 on the so th side of Sheriff road -
as recorded in Book County 24, page 31, i* }
the surveyor's office of tin- District of Coi'ini i
bt*. partially improved by a two-story (ram* j
sloe and dwelling.
Terms of sale applying to each piece of I
property sold: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, and the ha.an. c .
| n w equal installments payable in one and j
two years from the day of sale, w th interest j
* at the rate of six (6) pei centum tier annum, 1
; payable semi-annually, and the said deferrsl
' payments are to be secured by a flrst deed of i
I trust on the property sold, or all cash, as j
the option of the purchaser or purchasers. .4 i
depo* t of S3OO will be required of the pur
chaser on each piece of property sold, at the
time of the acceptance of each bid. Kx .
aminat'on of title, conreyancing, leeorrting j
notary fees and revenue stamps at the (oat ,
of the purchasers. The teims of svle are f«
be complied with within thirty (80| days from I
| the day of sale; otherwise the trustee* reservs i
the right to resell said properly at the risk |
and cost of defaulting purchaser or pur- ;
Cfcaoers, after at least five (5) days' advertise- j
ment of snch resale in some newspaper pul> )
ilsbed in the D strict of Colombia.
CHAPIN BROWN.
HENRY 11. BERGMANX. t
mh29-dftds.exSu Trustees. j
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEeST” ;
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable!
Detached Residence With
Ample Grounds and Ga
rage, Known as Number
3209 Highland Place,
Cleveland Park, D. C.
By virtue ot a certain deed of tru»t recorded |
In Liber 4466. at folio 350. of the land records I
of the District of Columbia, and at the re
quest of the party secured thereby, the under,
signed trustees will sell at public auction in
front of the premises, on FRIDAY, MARCH
TWENTY-FIRST. 1924. AT POUR P.M . the
following described land and premises, sitnate
in the District of Columbia, being part of
"The Highlands" or “Northern Addition so
Cleveland Park"; also part of the eastern or
unaobdivided part of “Cleveland Park" and
part of the “GoMsborougb Tract.! and lots
numbered seven (7). eight (8), ten (TO) to
thirteen (13), Inclusive, and parts of lota num- J
bered one (1) and nine (9) in sqnare hum- I
bored twenty hundred and seventy-two (2072)
in South Boston Realty Company's subdivi
sion of part of “The Highlands" or “North
ern Addition to Cleveland Park" and part of
said "Goldshorough Tract." as per plat re
corded in the office of the surveyor of the Dis
trict of Colombia in Liber County 24. at (olio
40; said lots, parts of lota and parts of tract,
being contiguous, and described in one parcel:
Beginning at a peg in the sooth line of Ord
way street at the northwest corner of said lot
numbered seven (7) above mentioned, and
running thence east along the south line of
Ordway street. 313.17 feet; thence south 0 de
drees 7 minutes 30 seconds east, 17.41 feet
to a stone in the north line of Highland ave.
hue; thence along said avenue and the north
line of “Cleveland Park” 134.18 feet; thence
south 4.20 feet; thence along said avenue,
south 73° 50' west. 85.29 feet to the south
west comer of the parcel conveyed to Bates 1
Warren by deed recorded in Liber 3419 at so- (
Ho 848 of the land records of the District of ;
Colombia; thence north 15° 46’ 40” vneat,
147.54 feet to an old gas pipe at an angle in
■M lot numbered nine (9) above mentioned:
tbence with the southwesterly lines of said
iota numbered nine (8). eight (8), and seven
(7) above mentioned, north 43° 12” west. 90
feet to an old gas pipe at the southwest cor
ner of said lot numbered seven (7); thence
along the west line of said lot num
bered (7), northerly 23.90 feet to the
beginning; according to plat of survey
dated February 24, 1916, and recorded iu
Survey Book 39 at page 74, in the office of the
surveyor for the District of Columbia: mib-
Ject to ballding line reatrlctlop On Ordway
atreet. as shown on plat recorded in (aid sur
veyor's office in Liber County 24. at folio 40.
Said property being Improved by a detached
residence known as No. 3209 Highland place,
and garage.
Terms of sale: Said property is subject to a
prior deed of trust wearing an indebtedness
of $34,000 now, past due. and said property
will be sold subject to aaid deed of trust in
debtedness and accumulated interest. The
purchase price over and above said deed of
trust and' interest, all cash. Interest and
taxes paid or adjusted to date of sale. Ade- 1
posit of s2,o<X>. currency, will be required at 1
tbe time of sale. All conveyancing, recording. 1
revenue stamps, etc., at cost of purchaser.
Terms of sale to be complied with within
thirty days from day of sale, otherwise deposit
will be forfeited and property resold at risk
and cost of defanlting purchaser after five
days' advertiaement of such resale in some
newspaper published in Washington, D. C,
WM. H. SHOLES,
WILLIAM L. BROWNING.
übll-dftds.ezSu Trustees.
*STTHE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED
UNTIL WEDNESDAY, APRIL SECOND, 1924,
AT THE SAME HOUR AND PLACE.
WM. H. SHOLKfi.
WILLIAM L BROWNING,
mhl7-eod&ds,exSu Trustee*.
t#TTHE ABOVE SALE IS FURTHER
POSTPONED, ON ACCOUNT OF ILLNBB6,
UNTIL MONDAY. APRIL SEVENTH. 1924.
AT THREE O’CLOCK P.M., WITHIN THK
I SALES ROOMS OF ADAM A. WESCHLER,
920 PA. AVE. N.W.
WM. H. SHOLES.
WILLIAM L. BROWNING,
•pS-dftffbs.etffa Tnutcce.
AUCTION SALES.
I rrri'Hß uays.
THOB. J. OWEN * SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TBCSTEBB' SALE OK VALUABLE SIX-ROOM
TILE BUNGALOW BEING PREMISES '
NO. 2212 80th STREET SOUTHEAST. !
By virtue of a certain deed of truat dated •
October lat, 1823, being initrmnent No. 209.
recorded October Bth. 1823. among the land :
record* of tha Dlatrict of Columbia and at the
request of the party aecnred thereby, the tin- 1
deralgned trustees will tell nt public ruction 1
In front of the premiaea. on TUESDAY, THE t
i EIGHTH DAT OK APRIL. A.I). 1924. AT,
THREE P.M., the following-described land |
and premiaes. situate In tlie District of Colum
bia. and designated as and being lota 25 and
2ft In square 5652 in Milford (> Jarve and W. I
Elisha Berry, trustees’ subdivision of land, j
now known as “Overlook.” as per plat re- .
corded In Liber No. «3 folio 2S. of the records
of the office of the surveyor of the District of 1
| Columbia, subject to covenants of record and -
building line restriction. '
Terms; Sold subject to a prior deed of trnst i
for 83.742.50 with interest at 7 per cent, doe
April 8. 1924. further particulars of which
will be announced at lime of sale; the pur- 1
chase price above said trust tu he paid in *
cash. A deposit of 8200 required. Convey- i
slicing, recording and revenue stumps at pur
; chaser's cost Terms to be compiled with
within thirty days otherwise deposit forfeited i
and the property may be advertiaed and re
sold at the discretion of the trustee!.
CHARLES K. MARSH.
EDWARD 8. McKNEW.
mli2B-<lA'ls.exSu Trustees.
THOMAS DOWLING £ CO., AUCTIONEERS.
i Receiver’s Sale of High-Class
Furnishings and Equip
i ment of the Hoover and
Kidwell Real Estate Office,
No. 1406 H St. N.W., on
Monday, April 14, 1924, at
Eleven O’Clock A.M.
I By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court
I of the District of Columbia in equity cause No.
; 42181, the undersigned receiver will sell at
l public auction within the premises. No. 140 ft
| H at. n.w.. the entire contents of the above
I office, consisting in part of 8 Klat-top Mahog
i any Desks. 2 Roll-top Mahogany Desk*).
Antique Table, 4 large Flat-top Mahogany
Desks. 2 small Fiat-top Mahogany Desks, 1
Typewriter Desk, 11 Mahogany Swivel Chairs.
I 3 Mahogany I-eather-aeat Chairs. 1 oak Arm
i chair, 1 C. S. Chair, 3 Mahogany 8. B. Chairs,
i 2 Two-drawer Filing Cabinets, Shaw A Walker
; Stee! F ling Cabinet. Yawman & Erbe Fire
proof Safe, Electric Fans. Brass Desk Signs.
I Todd Check-writing Machine, Rng. Carpet
I Runner, 2 Underwood Typewriters, 4 Fern
Basket*. Set D. C. Plat Books, Assessment
■ Rooks. Linoleum, Brass Balling and Curtain,
, Electric Sign, 15 Inkwells, 15 Desk Pads,
lirass Cuapldor. 5 Wire Waste-paper Baskets,
5 Railings and Standing Desk. Key Rack.
Bucket and Tub, Beal Estate Broker and In
surance L’cense, etc., etc.
Terms: Cash. MILTON H. SCHOFIELD.
ap2-dta.cxaoo Receiver.
SALE OF PERSONAL EFFECTS. HOUSE
HOLD. ETC., FOR STORAGE CHARGES
Notice Is hereby given that on FRIDAY.
APRIL EIGHTEEN, 1924. AT TEN O’CLOCK
A M., there will be sold at public auction,
in the warerooms of Smith » Transfer &
Storage Co , Inc., 1313 You st. n.w., Wash
ington, D. C., to enforce liens for storage
chargoa, etc., due and unpaid, all household
j golds, paintings and personal effects on
storage with Smith's Transfer & Storage Co..
! Inc., in the names of Mrs. J. A. Anderson,
; Mary K. Boone. Mrs. John Briscoe. Mrs. 11.
!M. Berry, M E Martin. J. B. Brown. Mrs.
j T. Butler. James T. Canavan, Edward Clark,
ilt W. Christian, Charles E. Church, F. W. i
Cole, Albert Dade. John W. Duff. Henrietta j
’ Garland. Daisy Griffin, Edward Hicks, Mrs.
i 11. D Hoffman. J Bishop Johnson. Mrs.
! Harry Jones. Mary E. Jolly. Arthur King or
1 Logan, William Lee. Edward Lloyd. Ruth
Lu kett. Mrs. J. C. Malcolm, Nathan Martin. !
Frank Mercer. Elmer Moore, Mrs. W. F. Oli
pbant, Eva Roberts, Florence Russ, Jennie
i Jac son or Jennie Sullivan. Mary E. Talbert,
' Estelle Taylor, Mason J. Trent, 11. Waters.
|R. I! Wcyman, Convella White. Mrs Marie
j Williams, constating of household goods.
furniture, sewing machines, chiffoniers, bar-
I re 1* and contents, boxes and contents, beds,
j nookcases, fixtures, mirrors, trunks and coq
i tents, dfiessers, tables, desks, chairs, re
frigerators etc. All properly stored in the
| names of the following persons, viz; N. Pat-
I tereon. Mrs Jennie Sullivan or Jennie Jack
j «>n. pianos; William Buckner. Harry F. Lsw
lor. G. Grant Porter. Ed. Macon or Mabie
' Jackson, crates, boxes and trunks; Bohert A.
• Ford, motor, B. C.; Bertha Henry, victrola.
ISicned I CLARENDON SMITH, President.
. Smith's Transfer & Storage Co., Inc.. 1313
U at. n.s*. Washington, D- C.
i apg.n.l«-3t
THUS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
i TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE THREE
STORY BRICK DWELLING BEING SUM
PER 1451 HARVARD STREET NORTH
WEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded in Liber No. 4ft44. folio 442 et seq.,
of the land records of the District of Colum
bia. and at the request of the party secured
j thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at
public auction in front of the premises, on
MONDAY. THE SEVENTH DAY OF APRIL.
A.D. 1924. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M . the fol
lowing-described land and premises, situate in
the District of Columbia, and designated as
j and being lot 37 in Louise M. Kmmert and i
t others’ subdivision of part of block 39. "North j
! Grounds of Columbian University.” as per I
i pi .t re -orded n Liber County No. I'J. folio 112 '
of the records of the office of tbft, surveyor
1 the District of Columbia. Also onc-haff of
that part of lot 3ft in said subdivision on which '
I it erected the west party wall between prem f
ises Nos. 1449 and 1451 Harvard (formerly
I Bacon I street, as conveyed to Francis A
Lutz by deed recorded in Liber 2547, Tolls
423 of the land records of the District of Co
] lumbia. Said part of lot 36 being subject ti
! condition as to use of party wall as described
’ in said deed.
Terms: Sold subject to a first deed of tms
for 88.000. and a second deed for about 85.000
further particular* of which will be announce!
|at time of sale; the purchase price above sait
1 trusts to be paid In canti. A deposit of 8501
i required. Conveyancing, recording and rev
I enue stamps at purchaser’s cost. Terms ti
j he compiled witl within thirty day* otherwiw
I deposit forfeited and the property may be ad
i vertised and t*««ld at the discretion of th«
i trustees. JAMES K. ELLEBSON,
734 15th st. n.w.
HENRY P BLAIR.
801 Colorado bldg.
1 mh27-d*ds.exSu Trustees
i "ADAM A. WBSCHLBR. AUCTIONEER' i
Trustee*’ Sale of Apartment
House, Nos. 1326 and 1328
U Street Northwest, Known
as “The Homeland.”
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded in Liber No. 4667 at folio 286 et seq..
one of the land records of the Dittrich of Co- <
lambla. and at the request of the party se
cured thereby, the undersigned trustees will j
offer for sale at public auction, In front of
the premises, on MONDAY,‘THE SEVENTH
DAY OF APRIL. 1924. AT FOUR-THIRTY
O'CLOCK P.M., the foliowing-dearribed land
and premiaes: situate in the city of Washing
ton. Dlatrict of Colombia, to wit: Lot num
bered one hundred and elghty-two (1821, in
Franklin T. Banner's combination of lots in
square numbered two hundred and thirty
seven (237), as per plat recorded in Liber No.
29. at folio 117 of the records of the office of
the surveyor for the District of Colombia.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
price to be paid in cash, and the balance in
I two equal installments represented by two
promissory notes of the purchaser, payable in
one and two years, respectively, after date,
with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per
annum until paid, payable semi-annually, and
secured bv first deed of trust on property sold
or all cash at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of 81.500 required at time of sale.
All conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps,
notarial fees, etc., at coat of purchaser. Terra*
to be complied with within thirty days from
dav of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve
the right to resell the property at the risk
and coat of the defaulting purchaser after
five days' advertisement in some newspaper
published In the city of Washington, D. C.
C. ALBERT WHITE.
Wash. Loan & Trust bldg.
HARRY B. DENHAM.
929 D at. n.w.
mh26.2B.dAds.eißo . Trustees. j
OFFICIAL NOTICES.
1 UNITED STATES ENGINEER OFFICE, 250
Old land Office building, Washington, D. C.—
A public henring will be held at Mount Holly,
Va., at 2:oft p.m.. April 8, 1924. on applica
tion of the Virginia state highway commission,
for permit to construct highway bridge acrosa
Nomini Creek, Va. Oral statements from in
terested parties will be received, but all im
portant facts and arguments should bo sub
mitted in writing. Information on application. I
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BANKRUPTCY NOTICES
IN THE SFPREMB COURT OF THE Dis
trict of Columbia, holding a Bankruptcy
Court.—ln the matter of John P. Harris, bank
rupt. In bankruptcy. No. 1437.—T0 the credi
tors of John P. Harris of the city of Washing,
ton. District of Columbia: Notice is hereby
given that on the 31st day of March, A.D.
1924. the said John P. Harris was duly ad
judicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting
of his creditors will be held at my office, in the
Wilkins Building. 1512 H street northwest.
Washington, D. on the 10th day of April.
A.D. 1924, at 10:30 o’clock a.m., at which
time the said creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bank
' nipt, and transact such other business as mar
properly come before said meeting. RALPH
D. uriXTKR. Referee in Bankruptcy.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE Dis
trict of Columbia. —Holding a Bankruptcy
Court.—ln the matter of S. Swindells A Son,
Incorporated. Bankrupt.—ln Bankruptcy No.
1447.—T0 the creditors of S, Swindells & Bon.
Incorporated, of the City of Washington. Dis
trict of Columbia; Notice Is hereby given that
on the first day of April. A. D. 1924. the said
S. Swindells A Ron, Incorporated, was duly
adjudicated bankrupt; and that the first meet
ing of its creditors will he held at my office in
the Wilkins building, 1512 H at. n.w.. Wash
ington, U. 0., on the 11th day of April, A. D.
1924, at 11 lA’l'X’k am., at which time the
said creditors may attend, prove their claim*,
appoint a trustee, examine tlw officers of the
liankrupt corporation, and transact snch other
business as may properly come before aaid
meeting. RALPH D. QUINTER, Referee in
Bankruptcy.
A Deceptive Air.
From the Kansas City Times.
The Tankton storekeeper surveyed
Mr. Lewln with a contemplative air
and then turned hl3 gaze toward
Willie Fowler, who waa patting
packages into the delivery truck.
Willie had the leisurely air of one
with plenty of time at his disposal.
"You want to know how he’d be
for your business down below?" said
the storekeeper slowly.
"Yes.” said the visitor. "1 noticed
him yesterday when that crowd of
young fellows was getting the piano
into the haJl; he treemed to work
haider than any of them. It oc
curred to me that he might like a
trigger chance than he has here.”
“Well," continued the storekeeper.
“I can’t say as to that, of course, but
a9 to hia working harder than anv
of the other boys. I’ll tell you what
they say—and you can believe it or
not. jest as you choose.
•They all like Willie, for he’s a
first-rate' chap, but the saying is that
when it comes to liftin’ or aech work
Willie’s all take holt an’ mightv litth
h’ist!”
In .Japan a husband can divorce
his wife by the simple process of
bending her three word* OB a staa
of paper.
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