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FOR SALE—HOUSES. ( FOR SALE—HOUSES.
Cwtl«f<. Coitl.urd.
NEAR WALTER REED—BUNGALOW—S9,BSO.
TO THOSE SEEKING A DETACHED RESIDENCE
o IN A CONVENIENT LOCATION AT A VERY MOD
ERATE PRICE THIS BUNGALOW OFFERS YOU
EVERYTHING THAT GOES TO MAKE UP A REAL
HOME. VERY LARGE LIVING ROOM WITH OPEN
FIREPLACE. CHEERFUL DINING ROOM; 2 WELL
PROPORTIONED BEDROOMS; GOOD SIZED KITCH
EN; GLASSED-IN PORCH AND FLOORED ATTIC.
. FRONT PORCH FULL LENGTH OF HOUSE; HARD
WOOD FLOORS; H.-W.H. AND ELEC. LIGHTS.
NICE YARD WITH ONE-CAR GARAGE. OWNER
LEAVING CITY, HENCE THIS LOW FIGURE FOR
A QUICK SALE.
GRANT CIRCLE—4 BEDROOMS—24 FEET WIDE.
It 1* fcHdom you ctn a mdoern homo of thl* width. in this
rony*nl*iit «nd rapidly (rowing sort lon. Tapestry brick home with concrete front
porch and double rear porches, both screened in. Wide hall, beautiful living room,
bright dining room, and very largo kitchen. Four full Itedroonm. tile bath, oak lbH>rs,
h.-w.h., elec, lights. Large cloaets. Deep back yard to a wide alley. At the right
price to sell quickly.
MOUNT PLEASANT—A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY.
Large colonial front brick home only a short d’stance vest of Irtth St. and con
venient to the stores, markets, etc., on Mt. Pleasant St. * Eight rooms and two tile
bathe, also 2 large sleeping porches. Hardwood floors, h.-w.h. and elec. lights, built-in
garage: will sell or trade or teke note as first cash payment. House vacant and ready
for Immediate occuparcy.
MT. PLEASANT—
Only one block from the end of the Mt. Pleasant St. car line. Easy walking
distance of all conveniences that this part of the city affords you. Beautiful six-room
home; colonial front porch; double nar porches, moms all large: oak floor*, h.-w.h. and
dire. lights. Very large yr.rd with tine grapevines am) »hnibl»ery. Also a two-car
stone garage that coat $1,300 to construct. Th.s home la a real (my. Do not over
look it.
OUR NEW HOMES AT 39th AND WARREN STS. ARE
’ OPEN FOR INSPECTION 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SEMI
DETACHED BRICK. ONLY $12,950. ALSO CUR CENTER
HALL HOMES AT CONN. AVE. AND FESSENDEN ST.
THE BEST VALUES OFFERED IN YEARS.
Evening Phone Service Until 9 P.M.
r \V ILL IA M S . PHILLIPS,
15th & K Sts. N.W. Phone Main 4600.
Member of Washington Heal Eatate Hoard
NEAR 14th & WEBSTER.
$10,950. A popular type, semi-detached. 22-
ft wide home in this delightful and most
* convenient location containing 6 large room*
and bath, all modern Improvement*, glassed-
In sleeping porch, brick garage ami nuincroii*
•ther attractive features. You must act <iulck.
T *NEAR CONGRESSIONAL
LIBRARY.
$6,000. Just off Pa. ave.. a very attractive
seral-detaebed brick, In be*t of condition, con
taining 8 delightful rooms, hot-water heat,
back porch, screen*. House I* clear of in
cumbrance and can be bought on very rea
sonable term*.
L. T. GRAVATTE,
>37 13th XT. MAIN 7.38.
Columbia Heights—s7,6oo.
A moderate priced two-*tory colonial
brick home located north of Park ror.d.
Just off New Hampshire ave.. and
clone to the bu* line. Kix well ar
ranged rooms, bath, two rear porches,
elec. light*, hot-water heat and other
convenience*. Priced right and can be
bought on eaay term*.
Evening Phone Service
Until 9 P.M.
Hedges & Middleton. Inc.,
1334 H Ht. N.W. Realtor*. Kr. j>r*>3.
MOUNT PLEASANT.
B. H. Gruver Homes.
SAMPLE HOUSE—322B ADAMS MILL RD.
OPEN FOR INSPECTION.
3201 to 3227 Adams Mill rd. n.w.. between
Kenyon at. and Kllngle rd.. faring National
Zoological Park: 3 room*, 2 bath*, heated
garage. Open and lighted daily and Sunday
until 9 p.m. Take Mt. Pleasant car* to I’ar.t
rd.. west on Park rd. to Kllngle and Adami
Hill rd. Do not fail to inspect these beauti
ful borne*, as they are nearly all *o!d.
LOW PRICK. RASY TERMS.
ANY BROKER OR
». 11. GRUVER. Owner and Builder. M. *072.
Detached —Spanish Type.
An individual built Spanish type
home located on a corner lot we»t of
18th street and a little south of 18th
street reservoir. It is of hollow 111*
construction with stucco finish and la
of the popular center-entrance hail
style. Large living room, open fire
place ami two French doors opening to
wide side living porch with cement
flooring; 4 well proportioned bedroom*,
two beautiful bath* and al improve
ments including a two-car built-in ga
rage. It ia situated on a corner lot
50x100. and has good parking on both
i street*. The exterior of this home I*
entirely different from anything we
know of around Washington and ia
well worth your prompt consideration.
Price only S22,'MO. Moderate terms.
Evening Phone Service
Until 9 P.M.
Hedges & Middleton, Inc.,
1334 H St. N.W. Realtor*. Fr. 9303.
FOR COLORED.
NEAR 2nd AND R N.W.
A modern home of ft room*, tiled bath, hot
water heat, electricity, hardwood doors, glass -
iacloaed sleeping porch, garage apace. Price
la right: very attractive term*.
NEAR 9th AND S N.W.
In this convenient and most desirable loca
tion. an 8-room lionse, tiled bath, good heating
plant, attic: garage space. Price and terms
very reasonable.
Phone Main 0111.
You Won’t Know Home
Comfort Until
You Have
Seen These
Homes.
3110-3128 Newton Street N.E.
(Just Off Rhode Island Ave.)
Theae are Klta designed and bnllt Homes
containing all of the usual and unusual fea
ture* for which oar Homes have become just
ly famous. They are modern and up to date
ia equipment, the finishing is most carefully
and tastefully done snd they are planned and
arranged no practically that housekeeping be
comes a pleasure Instead of a drudgery. Don’t
delay your inspection, as these Homes are sure
to bo takoa quickly.
Very small first payment —
only SSO0 —balance in conven
iently arranged terms.
$7,500 to $7,950.
4 and 5 Rooms.
Sanitary plumbing and hot-water heating.
Open for Inspection every day and evening.
Take car* leaving 15th and G at*. n.w., ride
■at B. L ave. to Newton st. n.e.
HARRY A. KITE
(Incorporated).
1514 K St. Phone Main 4846.
PETWORTH. T
NEAR Sth AND SHEPHERD.
A very comfortable borne, containing alx
I anna hath, goad beating plant, colonial front
porch. 2 rear porches. large yard and garage.
HseeHent condition throughout. Owner anxious
to sell, has priood this boose at $8,500. Very
reason able terms. Phone os at once to Inspect
this bargain.
SHAPIRO-KATZ REALTY
COMPANY,
1409 L ST. MAIN 9111.
’ PETWORTH.
The finest six-room home, modern and up
to date to every way. Has a very deep lot.
Kew and has never been occupied. Will sell
far fil.ooo cash, reasonable monthly payments.
Phone Main 9112.
SPECIAL COLORED.
•gafigal koanao a.w. section. Price sad
C.D. HOIHM. 81* Uth
AUCTIONS.
[ A BARGAIN.
«
A mont attractive Dnteh colonial
i home, located west of C\»nn. ave.
Center entrance hall plan; larire living
room, full depth of hotixr. opening on
large oement porch: beautiful brlek
fireplace; dining room with western
exposure, kitchen, pantry, apaeioua
porch, & large liedroonm. dressing
1 room, two tile hatha, attie with stair
way: hardwood floors. Thlfl home has
several very attractive built-in fea
tures. Klee, range, hot-water heat:
two-ear detached garage. Two acres
of beautiful landscaped grounds, front
ing on three streets; blue stone drive.
Vacant. and immediate possession ean
Ik* tr ven. The ground is high with a
commanding view. This home oflTers
an excellent value and must be seen
to la* appreciated. For inspection and
price, call—
I-AWIIRXrE R. SMOOT.
729 13th St. N.W. Main 2611.
BIG BARGAIN.
4004 to 4022 13th St. N.W.
Six large rooms, tile bath,
h.-w.h., electric lights, double
hardwood floors, built-in ice box,
onc-piece sink, servant’s toilet
and other extras; double rear
porches ; wide front porch ; deep
lot to wide alley. THOMAS A.
JAMESON CO., 906 N. Y. ave.
Main 5526.
WANTED TO BITY—HOUSES.
WILL RUT AT ONCE A DETACHED HOME
in Cleveland I‘ark or Chevy Chaw: mu*t have
4 tx-droorn* and in? in gou£ order; Mill pay
liiaai cash down. I’rii-o klot to exreed
>14.300. Rox 21-H, Wtar office.
WANT A MODERN HOME IN COLUMBIA
Heights or Mt. Pleasant, around $12,300 In
(trice; 4 lie,(room* preferred. Address Rox
22-K. Star office.
WANT HOME WITHIN REASONABLE
walking distance of Du|*unt Circle, Price,
from SIO,OOO to *13.000. Will make good
cash payment. Address Kox 23-H, Star
office.
0 TO 8 ROOM HOUSE, GARDEN7ONE PARK,
northwest: white. Stale particular*, price and
term*. Address Jlox 78-R, Star office. 11*
WE HAVE A NUMBER OK CLIENTS WHO
wish to buy small investment properties. If
you desire to sell, communicate with Mr
THOMAS, care ROBS & PHELPS, 1417 K at.
n.w. Main 0300.
WILL PAY ALL CASH FOR HOUSES POE
colored. Will consider any section of city.
3343 H n.w.. Room 404-5. Main 7552.
SIX-ROOM, BATH, frame OB brick,
cheap; cash payment about 1130. DAVIS &
LIPSCOMB. 1113 You *t. n.w.
WANT TO BUY A SIX OR EIGHT ROOM
house from owner: weat of Georgia ave..
prefer Cleveland Park or Chevy Chase: will
pay from $4,000 to $3,000 cash. I have
sold my house and have got to move.
Communicate or call Mr. J. J. ESTERLY.
1728 Ist st. 12*
• TO 8 ROOM HOUSE IN N.W. OR N.B IK
tlon; have a good cash payment and can make
substantial monthly payments. Must have
possession within 60 days. Main 2730. Boom
405-7, Continental Trust Bldg.
TO OWNERS OF PROPERTY FOR SALE TO
colored. Kindly list your property with this
office. I sell property of all kinds in city and
suburbs for home* and investments, and in a
abort space of time. Many purchasing pros
pects on band.
HARVEY R. WILLIAMS.
Rooms 201-202 Lewis bldg.,
11th and Yon fit*. N.W. North 10074. 11 •
WE HAVE A LARGE DEMAND FOB R*A
sonably priced property in ill sections of Um
city, ror result* list wltb u«.
BUCKLEY ft GRINDLBT,
Main 2208,1850. 936 New York Are. N.W.
OUT-OF-TOWN BEAL ESTATE^
PARTY LEAVING COUNTRY WILL BACRI
flee pretty home, two stories, nine rooms, re
ception ball, furnished or unfurnished; lovely
lawn, garden with vegetables; variety fruit;
large field for poultry raising, etc.;. outbuild
ings; sute road all the way; short distance
to Rcotland Bcacb. Terms. Owner, Mrs.
CROWE. Bt. Inlgoes. Md. 11»
SUMMER COTTAGES.
CHESAPEAKE BEACH*
For rent by week or month, furnished cot
tages or apartments; S2O per week and up;
fine location near the pier; screened porches.
H. A. GARREN. 007 H st. n.e.
FOB REST—COMPLETELY FURNISHED
bungalow at Re bo both Beach. Delaware, one
block of ocean; fine auto road; rent. $75
month of September, or $25 week. Col. 4289-J,
Write 1366 Irving n.w. •
SHORE PROPERTY.
SOUTH ' RIVER MANOR—WATER FRONT
lots on beautiful South River; easy auto dtst.;
good roads; all salt-water sports: S2OO to $800;
3 mi. from Annapolis on rd. to Amndel-on-the-
Bay. O. W. Cox. B. F. D. S. Annapolis, Md.
FOR SALE—BUNGALOW, GARAGE AND
outhouses, six acre* of ground, all cleared.
H-mlle frontage on aalt water, at Piney Point,
Md., on state road: good fishing, crabbinb.
oyatering, ducking and bathing. Quick rale
to settle estate. Phone Cleve. 1654-W. •
_ CHESAPEAKE HE ACD
LOTS FOR SALE.
For lots at Chesapeake Beach, Inquire at
land office on Boardwalk, or BAUMAN ft
BnINZMAN*. 1504 H »t. n.w.. Washington.
Phone Main 3500 for particular*.
CHESAPEAKE BEACH
COTTAGES FOB BALE.
Attractive cottages with plenty of salt air
breeaea. Prices are from $1,400 up. including
lot. Small cash payments and balance can be
paid monthly. It Is Jess expensive to own
year own cottage and have the entire year's
nse of it than it ia to rent tor a few weeks
during the summer. Inquire nt the land office
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1924.
SHORE PROPERTY.
- Coatlnued,
200 ACRES. IVj MilJ-S WATERKRUNT: 50
• acres. I ml'e waterfront; 5 to 10 acres or
smaller tracts, all waterfront: fine harbor;
. beeautiful shade; first-Hass bathing, boating
, and Ashing; on slate road, 35 miles from
i Washington or Baltimore; 7 mllea from An
nnpolls. Telephone 8« or 780-R, MAURICE
- OGI.K. AnnipoPs. Md. 0*
FOlt KENT—SHORE-FRONT HOUSE, NORTH
Chesapeake Beach; attractive, well equipped;
J running water: inclosed porch; reasonable
- P r b-c. Phone Frank. HX39Q l>etween 9 and 5. •
SINGING BEACH.
Reautiful beyond Imagination; right on
Chesapeake Ray: building lots, S3OO to $500;
new tate road now finished; under same
> management as famotta “Felicity Cove ”
A. W. ANDREWS. RURAL HOME.
Real Estate. Phone West River ,217-F-11.
Shady Side. Md. 13»
FOLLOW THE ORANGE SIGNS
TO
CBUARHURST ON THE BAY.
• 31 miles from the District line via the An
t nnpolls pike. (Vdarhurst Is a delightful re
fined Summer colony on Chesapeake Bay. No
lots with less than 30 ft. frontage, and prices
t range from SIOO to s(!«*>, with as low pay
ments as $5 down, $5 |>er month: no interest i
to pay. Bring your lunch and bathing suits
and enjoy a day on salt water. See Mr.
. ('RISER on the projverfy Sundays and holl
. days. Send for free plat and road man.
! BAUMAN & HEINZMAN.
***• Phone Main RAOfl.
AUCTION SALES.
i _ THIS AFTERXOOX.
r THOB. J. OWEN 4 SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES SALK OK FRAME
' nWELLINU. BEING PREMISES NUM
. HER 458 O STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded in Liher No. 48U>. folio 128 et sen
i of the land re.-ords of the District of Colum
k knd at the request of ttie parte secured
(hereby, the undersigned trustee will sell at
• public auction, in front of the premises on
MONDAY. THE ELEVENTH DAY OF AU
GUST, A.D. 1824. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M..
the following descrllied land and premises,
situate In the District of Columblk, and desig
nated as and being lot lettered "N” In A.
an.l 11. Meilmuller’s subdivision of lots in
square 512. as per plat reeorded In the office
of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. In
Litter C. M. 8., at folio 15.
Terms- Sold subject to a prior deed of trust
for SI,OOO. further particulars of which will
be announced at time of sale; the purchase
price above said trust to b- paid In cash. A
deposit of S2OO required. '’•inreyencing, re
cording and revenue stac at ’ purchaser's
cost. Terms to Is- complied u:rh within thirty
days, otherwise deposit forfeited and the prop
erty may be advertised and resold at the dis
cretion of the Irislee.
GRANVILLE C. BRADFORD.
Jy30,31-au2.4.8,5.11 Bnrvlvlng Trustee.
TOMORROW.
THOS. J. OWEN 4 SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OK VALUABLE TWO
STORY BRICK DWELLING. BEING
PREMISES NUMBER 154 YOD STREET
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust. dated
July 30. 1923, being Instrument No. 157 re
corded July SI. 1923, among the land records
of the District of Columbia, and at the request
of the party .secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will aell at public auction, in front of
the premises, on TUESDAY, THE TWELFTH
DAY OF AUGUST, A.D. 1924. AT FOUR
PiM. the following described land and prem
ises. situate in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being lot 40 in Lawrence
O. Mallery’s subdivision of lots in block 21
in Steliwagen and Edmonston. trustee*’, »üb
dlvision known *s “Addition to Ledroit Park.’’
as per plat recorded in the office of the sur
, veyor for the District of Columbia in County
Book 11. at page 91. Subject to the right of
the owner of the premises adjoining the said
lot on the east to use the east wall on said
i lot as a party wall without charge or expense. I
Term-: Sold subject to two prior deed* of
trust, further particulars of which will be
announced at time of *ale; the purchase price
aimvc said trust to be paid in cash. A de
posit of S2OO required. Conveyancing, record
ing and revenue stamps at purchaser’* cost.
Terras to be co —plied with within thirty days,
otherwise deposit forfeited and tlie property
may be advertised and resold at the discretion
of the trustees.
J. P. GARMAN.
M. J. WRIGHT.
__anl-dids.e*Sa Trustee*.
THUS. J. OWEN 4 SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OK VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED LOTS IN LONGFELLOW TER
RACE.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, lieing
instrument No. 188. recorded Feb. 2, 1923,
among the laud records of the District of
Columbia, and at the request of the party
se.-ured thereby, the undersigned trustees will
sell at public auction, in front of the premises,
on TUESDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY OF
AUGUST. A. D. 1924. AT THREE O’CLOCK
P. the following described land and prem
ises. situate In the County of Washington.
District of Columbia, and designated a* and
being lots 1. 3. 4 to 7 In square 3985; lota 21
and 40 In sqoare 8157 and lota 49. 50. 53 and
54 in square 3204 In National Capital Realty
Company’s aubdlvialon of land known as Long
fellow Terraee as per plat reeorded In Ldber
54. folio 22, of the records of the office of the
surveyor of the District of Columbia. Subject
to covenants of record.
Terms of sale; All nab. - A deposit of SSOO
will be required at time of sale. All con
veyancing. recording, revenue stamps, etc., at
cost of purchaser. Terms or sals to be com
plied with within 30 days from day of sale
or deposit forfeited and the trustees reserve
the right to resell tba property at the risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser, after flve
days’ advertisement of such resale in some
newspaper published in Washington, T). C.
CLYDE D. OARkETT.
A. H. RYAN.
sn2-d4d».e«Sn Trustees.
D. NOTES, AUCTIONEER.
Regular Sale of Household Fur
nishings, including Upright
Piano; all by Public Auction
on Tuesday, August 12, be
ginning at 10 AAif.
Terms Cash
D. Notes, Auctioneer
633 Louisiana Avenue N. W.
“ rifiKK pats.
ADAH A, WEBCHLER, AUCTIONEER.
Trustees* Sale of Automobiles
and Truck.
Bv virtue of a chattel deed of trust dated
November 22, 1923, end recorded November
24, 1923, instrument No. 71 of the land rec
ords for the District of Columbia, and at the
request of the party secured thereby, the un
dersigned trustees will sell br pnblle auction
at Weschler’a. 920 Pa. are. n.w., on WEDNES
DAY, AUGUST THIRTEENTH. 1924. AT
TEN O’CLOCK A.M., Overland Touring,
motor No. 87321; Overland Truck, motor No.
19I7B1; Wlllys-Knigbt Touring, serial No.
3129; Overland Touring, serial Mo. 14M40;
Overltcd T<»0 ,, 0-, motor No. 148839; Overland
Touring, serial No. 138118; Ford Sedan, motor
No. 4444799.
Terms: Casta.
DAVID A. PIN*.
F. MORGAN COOK,
an 5.8.11,12 Trustees.
ADAM A. WK3CHLER, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES’ BALE OK BRICK DWELLING,
NO. 944 26th STREET N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated
December 13. 1925, and recorded December
14, 1923, Instrument No. 311, of the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia, and at the
request of the party secured thereby, the un
dersigned trustees will offer for sale tar public
auction. In front of the premises, on THURS
DAY. THE FOURTEENTH DAY OF AU
GUST, I>34* AT FOUR O’CLOCK P.M., the
following-described land tad premises, situate
In the city of Washington, Distract of Colum
bia, to-wlt: Part es original lot 10, In square
S, being the sooth 13.78 feet front on North
2dth street, by the full depth of said lot Im
proved at above.
Terms of sale; One-third etth, balance in
equal installments, In oa» and two years, with
interest at 6 per cent, payable semi-annually,
from day of sale, secured by deed of trust
upon the property eold, or all caah, at option
of purchaser. A deposit of S2OO required at
time of sale. All conveyancing, recording,
revenue stamps and notarial fees at the eost
of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be com
plied with within thirty days from day es sale,
otherwise the trustees reserve the right to re
sell the property at the risk and cost of the
defaulting purchaser, after five days’ adver
tisement of such resale la seme newspaper
published in tba city es Washington, 0.0.
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAYS.
I THOMAS J. OWEN & SON. AUCTION KERB.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF "VALUABLE UNIX
PROVED HEAL ESTATE. SITUATED ON
THE NORTH SIDE of UUBEN STREET
NEAR TRINIDAD AVENUE NORTH
EAST. CONTAINING ABOUT .'9.617
SQUARE FEET.
By virtue of a eertain deed of trust, dated
May 2, 192.'). being instrument No. 89. recorded
May 7, 1928. among the land records of the
District of Columbia, and at the request of
the party secured thereby, the undersigned
trustee* will sell at public auction in the
office of Thomas J. Owen A Son, 1331 G st.
n.w.. on WEDNESDAY, THE TWENTIETH
DAY OF AUGUST. A 11. 1924. AT ONE I’ M.,
the following described land and premise!,
situate in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being lot* numbered three
(SI, and four (41, In block numbered twclye
(12) of the snhdlviNion of part of "Trinidad."
as made by the Washington Brick Machine
Company, a* per plat recorded In Liber County
6. at folio 129 In the aiirveyor’a office of the
District of Columbia, subject to building re
strlctlci and covenants of record.
Terms; All cash. A deposit of 1200 re
quired, Conveyancing, recording and revenue
stamps at purchaser’s cost. Term* to be com
plied with within thirty days otherwise deposit
forfeited and the property may be advertised
and resold at the discretion of »h» trustees.
WILLIAM ’’ ’ ’ SHAW,
LEE I). I :i!,
Trustees.
ADAM A. WEBCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Trustees’ Sale of Valuable Four-
Story Brick Apartment,
Known As “Braddock,”
Northeast Corner 18th and
Willard Streets N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust dated
October 3. 1928. and recorded October 22.
1923, as instrument No. 258 of the land rec
ords of the District of Columbia, and at the
request of the party secured thereby, the un
dersigned trustees will offer for sale by pub
lic auction. In front of the premises, on
FRIDAY. AUGUST FIFTEENTH. 1924. AT
FOUR O’CLOCK I’.M., the following described
land and premises, situate in the city of
Washington, District of Colombia, to wit:
Lot 244 in Joseph W. Harper’s subdivision
of lots In square 151, at said subdivision is
recorded in Liber 30, folio 133, of tb« record*
of the office of the surveyor of the District
of Columbia, improved as above, to be sold
subject, however, to a prior deed of trust
for $23,900 at of which $3,090 will be
due October 3. 1920, and $22,000 will be due
October 3. 1925; over aud above said trust,
cash.
Terras of sale: A deposit of $2..">00 required
of the purchaser at the time of sale. All
conveyancing, recording, revenue stamps and
notarial fee* at (he cost of the purchaser.
Terms of sale to l»e complied with within
thirty days of sale, otherwise the trustees re
serve the right to resell the propertv at the
risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser after
five days’ advevtisement of such resale in
some newspaper puMtsbad Ja the city of
Washington, I>. C.
W. SPENCER ARMSTRONG.
CHARLES E. MARSH.
su.V4Ads.exSu Trustees.
THUS! j7oWEN & SON. AITTioNEEUfS." -
TRUSTEES’ PALE OF VALUABLE TEN
TWO- STORY BRICK DWELLINGS.
BRING PREMISES NUMBERS 1701 TO
1719, INCLUSIVE, C STREET SOUTH
EAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of treat duly
recorded In Liber No. 4946, folio SOB et seq..
of tbs land records of the' District of Colom
bia. and at the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell,
at public auction in front of the premises, on
WEDNESDAY. THE THIRTEENTH DAY OF
AUGUST. AD. 1924. AT FOUR THIRTY
O’CLOCK P.M., the following-described land
and premises, situate In the District of Co
lumbia, and designated aa and being lots 37
to 64 In aquare 1100 of R. B. Behrend’a auh
divislon of lot*, as per plat recorded iu the
office of the surveyor for the Diatrict of Co
lombia in Liber 70 at folio 194
Terms: Bold subject to a prior deed of
trust for $49 090. further particulars of which
will be announced at time of sale; the pur
chase price above said trust to be paid in
cash. A deposit of $2,390 required. Con
an.-lne. recording and rerenne stamps at
pm set's cost. Terms to be complied with
withm thirty days; otherwise deposit forfeited
and the property may be advertised and retold
at the discretion of the trustees.
CLARENCE F. SOWERS,
FRANCIS J. LUKENS.
ao2-dAda.ex»o Trustees.
THOMAS DOWLING A COi, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF* 'VALUABLE IM
PROVED REAL ESTATE, KNOWN AS
PREMISES NO. 1547 FOURTH STREET
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust re
corded March 2i, 1922, in Liber No. 4(597. at
folio 121 of the land records of the District
of Columbia, tad at the request of the party
secured thereby, the undersigned trustee* will
sell at public auction. in front of the prem
ises, on TUESDAY. THE 19th DAY OF AU
GUST. 1924, AT 4:30 O’CLOCK P.M.. the fol
lowing real estate, situate in the District of
Columbia, and designated a* lot numbered
thirty-two ($2) la Henry Murray’s subdivi
sion in square numbered Bve hundred and
twenty-one (S2l). as per plat recorded in
Liber 23. folio 43. of the records of the office
of the surveyor of the District of Colombia.
Terms of sale: Said property la subject to a
prior deed of trust securing aa indebtedness
of $2,500, and will ba sold subject to said
Indebtedness. The purchase price over and
above said deed of treat la to be paid in
cash. A dcpo.it of S2OO will be required at
the time of sale. All conveyancing. recording,
revenue stamps, etc., at. coat of purchaser.
Terms of sale to be complied with wtbln
thirty days from day of sale, otherwise de
posit will be forfeited and property resold at
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after
five days’ advertisement of such resale In
some newspaper published la Washington, D. C.
B. FRANCIS SAUL,
1412 Eye st. n.w.
O. PERCY McGLUE,
308. 1419 U st. n.w.
au7-dAds.eißu Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLEB, AUCTIONEER.
Trustees* Sale of Valuable
Frame Dwelling, No. 3900
Kansas Awe. N.W.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, passed In Eqnity
Cause No. 42501, the undersigned trustees
will offer for sale by public auction, la front
of the premises, on WEDNESDAY, THE
TWENTIETH DAT OF AUGUST, 1924. AT
FOUR-THIRTY P.M., the following described
land and premises, sitMto ia the county of
Washington, District of Columbia, to-wit:
Lot 1 of subdivision by J. D. Conghltn. trus
tee. recorded la Book County 15, page 19.
block 2, North Columbia Heights, and the
following described property: That part of
old road closed, described aa follow*: Begin
ning for the same at the southwest corner
of aaid lot 1 described shore sad running
thence south 1444 feet to the center line of
old road closed, thence north 86° os' east 82.81
feet to the westerly line of Kansas avenue,
thence along said westerly line of said Kan
sas avenue north SO* 05’ 15” east 19.91 to
the southeast corner of said lot 1, thence
south 86° 03’ west 92.81 feet to the point of
beginning; now known as lof 89. Square 2907.
recorded In Book 74. page 63, of the records of
the office of tho surveyor of the District at
Columbia, Improved as ahovs.
Terms of sale; one-tntrd of the purchase
money to be paid la cash, the balance in
two equal Installments, payable in one and
two years, with intarast at 8 per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually, from day of
sale, secured by doed of treat upon the prop
erty sold, or all caah, at the option of the
purchaser. A deposit of SBOO required of the
purchaser at Ore lime of sale. All convey
ancing, record lag; revenue stamps, and no
tarial feet at the coat of the purchaser. Terms
of sale to be compiled with within thirty
days from day of tale, otherwise the trustees
reserve the right to reesll the property at the
risk and coet of the defaulting purchaser,
after flva days’ advertisement of such resale
in some newspaper published in the city of
Washington. D, C.
P. H. MARSHALL.
Investment bunding.
CHAPIN B. BAUMAN.
800 F st. n.w.
aoB-dAds.txßu Trustees.
AD AM A. WBBCHLKE, AUCTION EKR~
Court Trustees’ Sale of Auburn
Automobile.
By virtue of- an order of the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, passed in Equity
Cause No. 40094, the undersigned trustees
will sell by public auction at Weachler’s, 920
Pennsylvania avenue n.w., on WEDNESDAY.
AUGUST TWENTIETH, 1924, AT TEN
O’CLOCK A.M., one Auburn Automobile, being
model 8-89, five-passenger, gray, aerial Me.
82878, motor No. 40825. Terms: All cash.
WILLIAM B. RICHARDSON,
Evans building.
J. ■ unjsa
fir it ri .. ** * %£&* A
AUCTION SALES.
FPtniE DATS.
THOS. J. OWEN tc SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE'S BALE OF VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED REAL ESTATE. FRONTING
ABOUT 99.223 FEET ON CHESAPEAKE
STREET NORTHWEST WITH A DEPTH
OF ABOUT 152.50 FEET
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded, in Liber No. 3119, folio 404 et seq.,
of the laud records of the District of Colum
bia. and at the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell, at
Bbllc suction, in front of the premlsei, on
IN DAY, THE EIGHTEENTH DAY OF
AUGUST, A.D. 1924. AT FOUR THIRTY
O’CLOCK P.M., the following described land
and premises, situate in the Comity of Wash
Ington, District of Colombia, and designated
as and being lots forty-six 146) and forty
aeren (47) in block numbered two 12) In
“Colorado Heigh)*” a* i>er plat of said sub
division* recorded In Book County 18. page 20.
in the office of the surveyor for said District.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash. I tala nee in two
equal Installments, payable In one and two
years, with interest at six per centum per
annum, payable semi-annually, from day of
sale, secured by deed of trust upon the prop
erty sold, or all rash, at the option of the
purchaser. A deposit of $100.09 will be re
quited at tlma of sale. All conveyancing,
recording, revenue stamps, etc., at coat of
purchaser. Term* of sale to be complied
with within 30 days from day of sale, other
wise the trustee reserve* the right to resell
the property at the risk and coat of default
ing purchaser, after five days' advertisement
of such resale in some newspaper published
In Washington, D. C.
NATIONAL SAVINGS AND TRUST
COMPANY. Trustee.
By: F. W. STONE,
(Seal.) Second Vice President.
Attest: E. PERCIVAL WILSON.
au7-dAd».exSu Secretary.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE IM
PROVED REAL ESTATE. NO. 912 S
STREET NORTHWEST.
Under authority of deed of trust dated
November 21, 1922. recorded in Liber 4833
at folio 277. District of Columbia I.and rec
ords. for default In payments and at request
of party thereby secured, we will offer for
sale at public auction. In front of the prem
ises, on MONDAY. AUGUST EIGHTEENTH.
1924, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. lot eigbty
flve In Nathaniel WiNon and William F.
Mattingly, trustees’, subdivision of square
three hundred and sixty-three (343), City of
Washington. District of Columbia, as per
plat recorded In the office of the surveyor
of the District of Columbia in Liber W. B.
M. at folio 197. Improved by premises No.
912 8 street northwest.
Terms of aale: All ia excess of a first
trust of $3,000 with accumulated interest,
amoount of which will tie announced at vale,
rash. Tales. Interest and insurance to he
adjusted to date of deed. Conveyancing, re
cording and revenue stamps at purchaser's
cost. Depooit of $250 required of purchaser
at time of sale. Term* to be complied with
in twenty days from sale or property may
he resold at risk and cost of defsuUing pur
chaser after five days’ advertisement in a
newspaper published In Washington, I). C.
ARTHUR C. SMITH. Trnstee,
1313 Ton Street N.W.
W. W. MILLAN. Trustee.
anfi-dAds.exSn 844 l> Street N.W.
THOS. J. OWEN * SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRCSTKES’ SALE OF VALUABLE RESI
DENCE PROPERTY. BEING PREMISES
NUMBER 3907 JOCELYN STREET
NORTHWEST, CHEVY CHASE, D. C.;
NEW DETACHED FRAME DWELLING.
CONTAINING TEN ROOMS AND TWO
BATHS AND SERVANTS’ QUARTERS:
VERT LARGE LOT.
By virtue at a certain deed ot trust dated
July 25. 1923, being Instrument No. 206. re
corded Jnly 80, 1923, among the land records
of the District of Colombia, and at the re
quest ot the party secured thereby, the under
signed trustees will sell, at public auction In
front of the premises, on MONDAY. THE
EIGHTEENTH DAT OK AUGUST. A.D. 1924.
AT FOUR P.M., the following-described land
and premise* situate In the District of Co
lumbia. and designated as tad being lot 18 to
square 1751 iu the subdivision made by Allan
E. Walker and Wot. I, Browning of a part
of the tract of land called "Mount Airy." as
per plat recorded In Liber 63. folio 146. as
the records of the office of th« aurveyor far
the District of Colombia.
Terms: Bold subject to a first deed of
trust for $19,000 and a second deed of trust
for about SB,OOO. further particulars of which
will be announced at time of sale; the pur
chase price above said trust to be paid In
cash. A deposit of S3OO required. Cunveyauc
iag. recording and revenue stamps at pur
chaser's coat. Term* to be complied with
within 30 days, otherwise deposit forfeited
and the property may be advertised and resold
at the discretion of the trustees.
W. EDWARD LEBDY,
JKSSE E. WHITE.
a n7-ddd*.exßn Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN Jk BON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE TWO
STORY BRICK DWELLING, BEING
NUMBER 4508 ARKANSAS AVENUE
NORTHWEST.
By ylrtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded, in Liber No. 4782, folio 386 et seq.,
of the land records of the District of Colum
bia. and at the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned Trustee* will sell,
at public auction In front of the premises, on
WEDNESDAY. THE THIRTEENTH DAY OF
AT7GCBT, A.D. 1924. AT FIVE-THIRTY
O’CLOCK P.M.. the foDawrng-desertbed Und
and premises, situate la the Diatrict of Co
lumbia. and designated aa and being lot 54
19 Dwight J. Partello’s subdivision as lots
In square 2817. as per plat recorded in the
office of the aurveyor for tlie District of
Columbia In Liber 66 at folio 29.
Terms; Bold subject to a prior deed of trout
for $5,230. further particular* *f which will
be announced at time of sale: the purchase
price above said treat to be paid In caah. A
deposit of SSOO required, conveyancing, re
cording and revenue stamps at purchaser’s
coet. Terms to be complied with within
thirty duyu: otherwise deposit forfeited and
the property may be advertised and resold
at the discretion of the trustees.
M. HARDKLL CRANE.
H. GLENN PHELPS.
Uu2-dAda.exßu Trustees.
THOMAS J. OWEN A BON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE THREE
-BTOKT BRICK DWELLING BEING
PREMISES NUMBER 66 V STREET
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of treat, being
instrument No. 42, recorded October 15. 1923.
among the land 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 the premises,
on WEDNESDAY, THE TWENTIETH DAT
OF AUGUST. A.D.. 1924, AT FOUR P.M.. the
following described land and premises, situate
in the District of Colombia, and designated
as and being lot 23 in Joseph Paul’s subdivi
sion of lots in block 21 in C. W. Dobbins’ Ad
dition to the City of Washington, as per plat
recorded in Liber County 12, at folio 103, in
the office of the surveyor for the District of
Columbia. Said property now designated as
lot 818 in square 8117 for the purposes of
assessment and taxation.
Terms: Sold subject to two prior deeds of
trust aggregating about $4,250, farther par
ticulars of which will be announced at time
of sale: the pore bate price above Mid treat
to be paid 81,000 in cash, balance In con
venient terms. A deposit of 8200 required.
Conveyancing recording and revenae stamps
at purchaser’s cost. Terms to be complied
with within thirty days otherwise deposit for
feited and the property may be advertised
and resold at tha discretion of the trnateea.
NORMAN E. RYON,
M. 8. ETON,
anD-d&ds.exSn Trnateea.
THOMAS i. OWEN tc BON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE TWO
BTOBY, BRICK DWELLING BEING
PREMISES NUMBER 817 WEBSTER
STREET NORTHWEST.
By Tlrtne of a certain deed ot trust, dated
February 11, 1924, being instrument No. 35.
recorded February 18. 1934, among the lend
records of the District of Columbia, as paper
No. 85, and at the request of the party se
cured thereby, the undersigned trustees will
sell at public suction In front of the premises,
on WEDNESDAY, THE TWENTIETH DAT
OF AUGUST. A.D. 1924, AT FIVE P.M., tho
following described land and premises, situate
in the District of Columbia, and designated as
and being lot Uirty-gve (35). in Lather A.
SwnrtaelUs subdivision of lota In square sixty
three (Si). In “Petworth’e Addition to the
City of Washington,” at per plat recorded In
Liber 58, at folio 8, of tho records of the
office of the surveyor of the said District of
Columbia.
Terms: Bold subject to prior deeds of treat
aggregating about 84,720, farther particulars
of which will be announced at tiaae of rale;
the purchase price above said trust to be paid
ia cash. A deposit of $250 required. Con
veyancing, recording and rerenne stamp* at
purchaser’s cost. Terms to bo complied with
within thirty days otherwise deposit forfeited
and tho property may bo advertised and repaid
at tha dWcTuhan of the trustees.
AUCTION SALES.
FUTUBB PATE.
THOMAS J. OWEN tc SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE’S BALK oF VALUABLE IM-I
PROVED REAL ESTATE. BEING PRBM-1
1888 NO. 200 2nd STREET SOUTHEAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly 1
recorded, in Liber No. 4720, folio 327 et oeq...
of tho Und records of the District of Colum
bia. and at the request of the party secured
thereby, the undersigned trustee will sell, at
public auction, in front of the premises, on.
THURSDAY. THE FOURTEENTH DAT OF
AUGUST, A.D. 1924. AT FOUR THIRTY
O’CLOCK P.M.. the followtng-descrtbed land
and premise*, situate In the city of Washing
ton, Diatrict »f Columbia, and designated a*
and being lot numbered *lxty-one ((1) in
William 11. Rookatoola’ subdivision In square*
numbered nevrn hundred and thirty-two (752). J
as per plat recorded in the office of the sur
veyor of (lie Distric( of Columbia, in Book 28
at page 01. together with the improvement*,
consistlrg of three-story and basement brick
bonding.
Terms of rale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in ca*h, balance ia two
equal Installment*, payable In one and two
years, with interest at 7 per centum per
annum, payable semi-annually, from day of
sole, secured by deed of trust upon the prop
erty sold, or all ca*h, at the option of the
purchaser. A deposit of $590 will be re-,
qnired at time ot **le. All conveyancing,
recording, revenue stamps, etc., at coat as
I sire ha Her Terms of sale to be complied
with within thirty days from day of sale,
otherwise the trustee reserves, (he right to
resell the property at the risk and cost of
defaulting purchaser, after five days’ adrer
tisement of such resale it* seme newspaper
published in Washington, D. C.
AMERICAN SECURITY tc TRUST CO.,
By HOWARD MORAN. Vice Pres.,
Attest; Trustee.
ALBERT H. SHILLINGTON, Asat. Sec.
(Seal.)
*ng 4 -dJcds.exSti i
renogMama £ Q SLOAN
CO., Inc.
Aucts.
71S 13th St.
'mmtm9 Large Sale of
Miscellaneous Household Ef
fects, Office Furniture, Equip
ment for Doctor’s Office,
X-Ray Machines, Cabinets,
etc.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Within Our Galleries
71S lsth St.
Wednesday, August 13, 1924
At 10 A.M. and at 12 M.
Automobiles, Etc.
Terms Car'll.
C. G. SLOAN & CO., Inc., Aucts.
An. 11. 12.
THOS J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES’ BALE QF VALUABLE TWO
STORY BRICK DWELLING. BEING
PREMISES NUMBER 296 RANDOLPH
PLACE NORTHEAST.
By vlrfue <>f a certain deed of trust duly
recorded in Liber No. 4809, f*Do 289 et seq.,
of the land record* of the District of Co
lumbia. and at the request of the party se
cured thereby, the tiuderulgned trnstee* will
sell at public auction, in front of the prem
ises, on FRIDAY. THE FIFTEENTH DAY
OF AUGUST. A.D. 1924. AT FOUR O’CLOCK
P.M., tha following described land and prem
ises. situate in the District of Columbia and
designated as and being lot 67 in - pare 3572
ot Benjamin 11. Graver's subdivision of
block number 4. George Truesdeil’a subdivi
sion. known a* ’’Ecklngton," as per plat of
first mentioned subdivision recorded in the
office of the surveyor for the District of
Columbia in I>iher 06 at folio 179.
Term--; Sold subject to a prior deed of treat
for $4.500. further particular* of. which will
be aanouneed at time of sale, the purchase
price above said trust to he paid In cash.
A depoßit of *299 reqnired. Conveyancing,
recording *nd revenue stamps at purchaser*
cost. Terms to be complied with within
thirty days, otherwise deposit forfeited and
the property may he advertised sad resold
at the discretion of the trustee*.
EDWARD M WILLIS. Jr.
D. C. GRLVER,
au.VdAda.ezSn Trustee*.
STEAMSHIPS.
ALL-EXPENSE
Ten-day Tour
By Sea
Baltimore
TO
Jacksonville
And Recant
1.500 Mile* of Ocean Travel
$62.14
Including Transportation. Hotel Aooora
modatiena. Sightseeing Trips, Etc. Motor
Trip to St. Augustine. Slight extra
charge far certain statement*.
Nine-Day Tour, $53.64
Fwll Pnrtlcalar* on Request
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world’s largest ship. Highest
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cuisine. Also 13 cabin ships offer
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R. M. Hicka. Manager
Baltimore and Carolina fl
Steamship Co.
Three Days Only I
Baltimore to Miami
fut, larladlag berth aud mcula I]
$73.00 round-trip ticket II
Onc-VOWy Farr. 943.60
Next Sailings, Avar. 21 and Sept. 1
For Foil Particulars Writs
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Circulars may be had at Star office.
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Steamer Oku. Mecalester
Balling 10 n.iß., 2:30 p.m. Bound trip, 85e,
Admission to Grounds, 25c. Total. Iltk
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TRIPS
To Water Retorts
of Eastern Virginia
Via Potomac River and
Chesapeake Bay
To OLD POINT COMFORT
NORFOLK
VIRGINIA BEACH
OCEAN VIEW
BUCKROE BEACH
Special tickets, including state
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Woodward Building.
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I Vo Smoking Order
In U. S. Elevators
Slightly Changed
Now It can be told.
The reason for that non-smok
ing rule In the elevators of Gov
ernment buildings has been re
vealed. Employes and visitors are
not permitted to smoke in Gov
ernment 'lifts” because of the
danger from fire which might re
sult If a lighted cigar or cigarette
were thrown to the bottom of a
shaft, which is usually coated
with grease and Uttered with pa
per. Complaint also has been
made by woman employes that
smoking in the close air of a
crowded elevator makes them 111.
That affair at the Patent Office,
where an official became engaged
In an altercation with an elevator
operator because he entered the
lift carrying a lighted cigar will
not be repeated. Employes have
been instructed not to take notice
of lighted cigars if they are not
thrown aside in the elevator or
not puffed upon. The signs in the
elevators were originally printed
to read: "Smoking or carrying of
lighted cigars or cigarettes in this
elevator is forbidden.” Now they
read: "Smoking in this elevator is
forbidden.” .
Ocean His Hazard.
Farthest north point that golf is
played is at Herschel Island, where
Inspector Hall of the Royal Canadian
Mounted Police manipulates the clubs.
Inspector Hall played with the ocean
as a hazard and he had to let up on
the game as he lost too many bails
in the salt water.
RESORTS.
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Grand Atlantic Horn
\ A vf*. new Aieei i»ier. Auer. lhmu.
SPECIAL WEEKLY BATES.
A«(o Bo* Trains. Booklet.
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THE ALPINE STEFS
weekly |I.W up. HAS. 0. W. 8T01?DAR&
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Beach Haven, B. J. Uader Bow Management.
Modern. 100 private bet hi. On ocean aad
bey. "Wonder Reach.” nne bourdwilk.
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Hotel A Cette gee. Ocean front. Beit lerrire Or
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new IR-hole *elf course and ail sports. Book
let. auto map* and terms on request.
JOHN PTTSDT COPE.
VIRGIN IV " ‘
POTOMAC BEACH
The Potomac's moat delightful twit water
resort. Pine bathing. fisbln*, crabbier Muaic.
dancing. Excellent table. Drive yonr own
car byway of Frederkkshorg, or take Steaurer
St. Johns to Colonial Beach. Potomac Reach
bus meets all boats. For rates aad infor
mation write at once to Frank <l. Brereton,
Potomac Reach, Va., ar call WaWiferton oCce.
Mata 47«7.
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A colonial resort, near Bloemont. on Shenan
doah River; valley, mountain sod water scen
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swimming: new hatha and sewerage; no chil
dren, invalids or talieivulara taken. Boom
with board, |ls and SIS per week. Booklet.
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SHADY BIDM. MB.
RURAL HOME
Neareat point on the Chesapeake. New
state road now complete. Gentiles only.
Write for booklet. Mrs. Matilda Nowell,
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acres of playgrounds, shady groves, specieas
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RESORTS.
ADDICT GETS DRUG
BY CLEVER RUSE
Prisoner at Biker Island Putts
Soaked Wool Thread
Through Bars of Cage.
By Consolidated Press.
NEW YORK, August It.—Once more
it has been demonstrated that stone
wails do not make a prison, nor iron
bars a cage; not If you put yonrmind
on preventing it. Once more the law
has been defied, the authorities out
witted and the vigilance of half a
dozen guards set at naught.
It happened at Kiker Island, that
hummock of earth and grass, spiked
down by a dozen tall trees, which
form* the city institution for than
drug addicts, and which lies off the
upper East Side.
Hiker Island is out of the way of
ordinary traveler*. To get there you
need a permit and an alarm clock
that gets you up iu time to take a
municipal boat at a morbidly early
hour. The boat, an undersized tug
and unattractive as crime itself, is
named the Loyality or the Fidelity, or
something equally applicable. On the
little boat they search you, to tr.aae
sure that neither a weapon nor a
packet of heroin or cocaine is among
your belongings. And after two hours
of dawdling along up river, with
stops for freight or to let off pris
oners at Welfare—nee Blackwell’s
Island—you finally get to Hiker's.
Keene m Island.
Here you are met by a guard,
bristling with authority, a revolver
and a policeman's club. If prisoners
disembark also, they are taken by the
guard, well away from your own per
son, lest you slip them a drug or a
gun. or perhaps a wink. You cross a
wide space of sun scorched grass,
which at times is the base ball Held,
and find yourself iu the main building
where the affairs of from 200 to 300
addicts are administered.
Please note that from the moment
you apply for a permit, you ara
treated with the utmost suspicion.
You might as well be. a prisoner your,
self, for ail the human kindliness you
meet. This aroma of unyielding
grouch on the part of the authoritte.4
is evidently due to the fact that even
the nicest people often are drug
bootleggers.
Care of Spanish Lady.
The Spanish lady was among them.
She went down to Hiker's a few days
ago to see am unfortunate friend, who
was trying, oh, so sincerely, to be
cured of his dreadful habit. The
Spanish lady did not talk English
very well, but her refined clothes and
her refined manner made a distinct im
pression on the guards. During the
interval of waiting for her friend to
be brought to the office, she refrained
from chatting with other visitors and
concentrated on knitting a sock.
It is long and narrow, the visitor’s
room. There is a bench drawn up be
fore a heavy wire acreen with a tiny
mesh. You can just about put the tip
of your little finger in one of the mesh
holes of this screen. Perhaps sU feet
behind this screen is another. And be
hind the second screen stands the ad
dict to whom the visitor talks.
Goad at Figuring.
Can you figure out how anv one could
hand anything except conversation to a
man behind that second screen”
senor; but the Spanish are good
at figuring.
The day after the Spanish lady had
smilingly taken her leave it was noted
that her boy friend showed symptoms
of having used his favorite drug. It was
manifestly impossible that he could have
obtained it —and yet not only he but
several of his buddies were distinctly
woozy.
One defect about taking this particu
lar narcotic is that it makes you boast
ful. Only a few questions were neces
sary to make the Spanish lady's box
friend tell all about it.
The lady had been knitting a sock
hadn t she? Well, while the guard
waen't looking the prisoner had thrust
a length of- hay wire—picked up on the
dump at one end of the island—through
the two screens. Still chatting amiably
in soft Spanish accents, the lady bad
tied a thread to the wire, and while the
conversation progressed the prisoner had
unraveled the sock and an entire ball
of wool and stuffed the thread into his
shirt.
Drag ia Wool.
The wool, oh, it was saturated with
the drug and then dried, before the ladv
began to knit her sock And all the
prisoner had to do was soak the wool
in a little water and use a common pin
as a hypodermic needle.
But the big lesson for S’ew Tortters
is that this is the type of brain with
which the local police have got to deal
in ever-increasing numbers. It is the
drug addict who, of all offenders, io daily
growing more numerous, and it is he
who most often plans the fur-loft rob
beries, stages the daylight hold-ups, or
ganizes the underworld gangs and sets
fire to tenement bouses He is the most
dangerous, because the most ingenious,
of ail criminals, and New York is full
of him today.
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ISIS was declared a kingdom. Portu
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1889. when Dom Pedro 111 was dev
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