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| Star “Want Ad”
Branch Offices
|«th and P its.—Days Pharmacy.
1135 14th at.—Marty a Cigar and Magazine
Store.
17th and Qua sts.—Kenner’s Pharmacy.
15th and U sts.—O. O. Brock.
>9Ol Georgia are.—P. E. Lampkln's Phar
macy.
NORTHWEST.
2912 14th M.—Colllflower Art A Gift Co.
>4Ol 14th st.—Bronouch's Pharmacy.
14th and Buchanan sts.—Uohberger’s Phar
macy.
14th st. and Colorado eve.—O'Donnell's
>209 Mount Pleasant st Mount Pleasant
Cigar and News Shop.
1773 Columbia rd.—The Billy Shop.
2192 California st.—Colodny Brothers.
Vardman Park Pharmacy.
K Y.. N. J. aves. and Mst Sanitary Phar
_ macy.
tnd and Mass, ave.—Phillips' Pharmacy.
Ist and K sts.—Duncan's Pharmacy.
Vth and K sts.—Goldenberg's (time clerk's
desk).
2th and O sts.—Smith's Cut Rate Drug
Store.
7th st. and R. i. ave.—J. French Simpson.
11th and M sts.—L. H. Forster's Pharmacy.
>th and U sts.—M. H. Hunton's Pharmacy.
Ga. ave. and Rock Creek Church rd.—Rock
Creek Pharmacy.
Ga. ave. and Upshur st.—Petworth Phar
macy.
>505 Ga. Pharmacy.
>916 Ga. ave.—Brightwood Pharmacy.
*224 3rd st.—Btewart’s Pnarmacy.
1905 Mass. ave.—Dupont Pharmacy.
18th and Fla. ave.—Bernstein’s Drus Store.
Fla. ave. and Ist st.—N. Relskln.
North Capitol st. and R. L ave.—Parker'r
Pharmacy
1742 Pa. ave J. Louis Kriek.
2134 New York ave.—Riverside Pharmacy.
21st and G sts.—Quigley's Fharmacy.
25th end Pa. ave.—Herbst's Pharmacy.
3315 Conn. ave.—Joll’s Newsstand.
3532 Conn, ave.— Monterey Pharmacy.
>SOO Conn, ave.—Circle Confectionery Store.
Wisconsin ave. end Macomb st.—Harry C.
Taft.
4231 Wisconsin ave.—Morgan Bros.
B-os.' Pharmacy.
Takoma Park. 359 Cedar st.—Mattingly
GEORGETOWN.
loth and P sts.—Morgan Bros.' Pharmacy.
>oth and M sts.—Brace's Pharmacy.
3411 M st.—Moskey's Pharmacy.
2072 Wisconsin ave.— Haney's.
Wisconsin ave. and O st.—Donahue's Phar
macy.
NORTHEAST.
108 Mass. Ave.—Capitol Towers Pharmacy.
4th ana H sts.—Home Drug Store.
t>o7 H st.—Qarren's Music Store.
7th st. and Md. ave.—Louis F. Bradley.
112th and Md. ave.—Luckett’s Pharmacy.
North Capitol and Eye—Kenealy's Pharmacy.
226 East Capitol st.—Estlow * Tate's Phar
' macy.
Fast Cap. and Bth sts.—K A M. Drug Store.
13th and East Cap. sti.—Lincoln Park Phar
macy.
20th and R. L aw —Collins' Pharmacy.
Woodridge.
>SOO 12th st.—Brookland Pharmacy, erook
-1 land.
4th and R. L ave.—John O. Biggs' Phar
macy.
SOUTHWEST.
,10th st and Va. ave.—Herbert's Pharmacy.
7th and D sts.—Lantz's Drug Store.
4>v and L sts. —Columbia Pharmacy.
I SOUTHEAST.
3rd and Pa. ave.—O'Donnell's Drug Store,
itth and Eve sts.—F. P. Weller’s Pharmacy,
llth and Pa. ave.—Fealey's Pharmacy.
1907 Nichols ave.. Anacostla—Healy’a Drug
Store.
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HELP—MEN.
ACCOUNTANT—Certified public accountant
■ requires permanent services of student or
1 graduate to assist in audits and type re
ports. State age. education, experience and
| salary. Address Box 67-J. St-r office. *
, ASSISTANT* BOOKKEEPER . *!ate age, ex
perience and salary desired. Address Box
211-H. Star Office.
ASSISTANT experienced 1* specification
writing and prosecution by p .tent law fl:m
ot Detroit. Address Box 312 H. Star office.
ASSISTANT TO PATENT ATTORNEY with
growing New York corporation. Must be
experienced in drawing applications. Excel
lent opening for man able to take on more
responsible work In rapidly growing de
g*rtment. Address Bor: 309-E. Starofflce.
BOY. white, with bicycle, for light delivery;
hours 8:30 to 5:30. Apply Trucast Dental
Mfa. Co.. 1029 Vermont ave.. Room 105.
BOY, white, with bicycle, as messenger:
over 16 years old: come prepa-ed for work.
Capital Press, 1310 D Vt. n.w. *
BOY. white; office work, errands, etc.; bring
(references. Mayflower Art Co., 1405 Eye st.
• it. w . Ist floor *
BOY. white, for gasoline Ailing station; *lO
per week: ref. 1330 D st. n.w. *
CABINET MAKER, experienced. Apply 2339
18th st. n.w.
I CARETAKER lor small place not far from
I city: married man preferred. Call Cleveland
1610. 24*
1 CHAUFFEUR lor private family; prefer ex
i perlence; can do butler work or delivery
1 driver. James Taylor, Met. 6576.
, CHAUFFEURS, reliable, with identification
! cards. Apply WaVdman Park Taxicab
Garage, rear 2013 M st. 24*
CHOIR LEADER -One who knows music
; and is capable of directing choir. Tele
! phone Lincoln 1750.
DRUG CLERK, one or two years' experience;
j best hours in city. Address Box 78-J, Star
office. *
FLORlST—Experienced; care small green
house, must understand propagation and
‘ handling of bulbs, also field-growing flowers,
salary, *llO per month, year 'round, straight
tune, give references and experience In first
i letter. _Addiess Box 92-J. Star office. 23*
I FOREMAN, auto paint and body shop: must
be experienced and willing to go out of town.
State full particulars In letter. Address
! Box 498-H. star office. 22* _
HOUSEMAN and care of furnace; part
l time work: man and wife considered; good
I heated room; gopc* opportunity for student.
| Address Kx. Star office.
MAN —Manufacturer wants distributor lor
I 300-mile *2 "pocket” radio. “Sells Itself
with music." Pays 100 vi. Box 110,
Akron. Ohio. *
I MAN. white, for butler-houseman; private
i family. Personal reference required for
1 character and ability. Phone Columbia 2707.
j =*!_
1 MECHANIC for all-around mechanical work.
State experience and salary wanted. Address
Box 81-J. Star office. •
' MEN. reliable, sell guaranteed nursery stock;
l anoolnt agents Pay weekly; new meth
' ods. outfit free. HERRICK NURSERIES,
I Rochester. N. Y. *
MEN. 300. to whom we can pay a con
-ditional salary of at least 5250 per month,
I payable weekly, to introduce our patented
, 4 on one cooker. Address American Se
' rurity Co. of New York, 198 Broadway, New
• York CUT. Dept. 103. *_
* MEN —Amazing new invention; electric
water heater: sells for *2.75; beats water
almost instantly; agents make big money,
i. Write today. Lux-Visel Co.. Elkhart. Ind. *
i RADIO SERVICE MAN. experienced, with
-' car, by distributor. Apply In person Mon
, day morning. New York Recording Lab
oratories. 1219 Wisconsin ave.
,* SALESMAN with car. sell develop, three
5 States insurance; small capital required,
( lerre return*. Address Box 8-J, Star office.
j ; SALESMEN - to~seli Ford carsT Excellent
I' opportunity for right party. Must reside In
Arlington County. Phone Arlington Motor
‘ Co . Rosslyn. Va.. West 2208.
SALESMEN. 2. to sell cars; must have refer
' er.ee: commission and salary. Pumphrey
U Jl'otor Co.._Me«dowß. Md. Open territory.
V STOCK SALESMEN to handle a small issue
I f-r r n p-rona lornl enterprise. Address
• 211 11. C'.a;- office.
f
HELP—MEN.
< Continued.)
MANAGER.
We seek the services of a competent man
to manage and train sales force of our local
shop. Position requires executive with
i unusual ability, tact and Initiative and has
great opportunity.
EMILY SHOPS,
. 1308 F St. N.W.
NOTE!
We are now organizing to handle the large
volume of electrical refrigeration business
■ available for early Spring. The big rush Is
just ahead. This company manufactures re
i frlgeration equipment for homes, stores, fac
tories. water coolers, dairies, etc. Several
i good territories In District of Columbia still
open raining from *2.500 to *4.500 per year.
Salary for beginners, or commission If pre
ferred. See Mr. Watson, Frlgldalre Sales
Corp„ 1600 Eckington pi. n.e.
AUTO SALESMEN.
Additional available territory makes
an opening for several honest, am
bitious salesmen, who are not afraid
of work; we prefer young married
men, with outside selling experience
and who can furnish best references.
Now is your big opportunity to get
in on the start of what is sure to he
Chevrolet’s biggest year. See Mr.
Shreve.
TAYLOR MOTOR CO.,
14th and T Sts. N.W.
ASSISTANT BUYER -
HOUSEFURNISHINGS.
Outstanding Eastern Depart
ment Store seeks young man
who has had actual experience
in successful department of
large and small housefurnish
ings. Future for man with ini
tiative. Address Box 121-J, Star
office.
YOUNG MAN familiar with in-1
stallment accounts and handling
of collections. Must be indus
trious, able to furnish good ref
erences and willing to start at
$25 per week. State age and
references. Address Box 55-J,
Star office. ,
COLORED MAN.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
desires the services of an experi
enced short-order cook. Hours:
7 a.m. to 5 :30 p.m. Apply Men’*
Time Desk, basement, llth and
G sts. side.
AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN.
We have room in our organization for
several ambitious men who are anxious to
increase their earnings.
Experience not entirely necessary, as we
will furnish a standard selling equipment
and train you for the work.
Now is an opportune time to get started
for what promises to be Chevrolet’s greatest
year*
See Mr. Boteler.
BARRY-PATE MOTOR CO.,
HELP—MEN AND WOMEN]
A SETTLED COUPLE, white, no children;
general housework for wife only; *4O
monthly; basement living quarters. 1431
Fairmont st. . • • ■
JANITOR, part time, white, *2O rent rebate;
4 r. and b. 2nd floor: warm; bal. *22.50;
responsible adults. 49 T n.w,. Apt. 4. •
JANITOR-Comfortable quarters for set
tled couple (no children), exchange light
services; man other Job: woman home, can
earn: both apply; only strictly honest, clean,
capable, reliable couple considered. 1717 De
Bales. >
MAN OR WOMAN to introduce and sell the
most complete household line in America;
nationally known food products, extracts,
spices, toilet articles, etc. No bond required,
call at 927 Bherldan at. n.w., 4 to 6 p.m.
The J R, Watkins Co. 24y
INSTRUCTION COURSES.
AUTO LESSONS FOR PERMITS AND PARK
e,*r» f Jj. l ' n l?. h ed: licensed instructor No
8. CaU FOOTER. Met. 1809. 644 B s.w. 24*
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION BY EXPERI
- teacher; English. Latin, mathematics.
References. Address Box 115-J. Star office »
PRIVATE LESSONS—Gregg, typ.. rapid re
view: slow, medium, fast: civil service dic
tation. Address Box 366-H. Star office. »
FRENCH FOR BEGINNERS: ENGLISH FOR
•oreigrirs. Alexander. 1450 Girard n.w.
Col 8194-J. •
LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE AT THE FA
MOUS MABELLE HONOUR BCHOOL (Estab.
1918). Day, eve. classes, 817 14th st. Met.
9818.
SPANISH TAUGHT In private lersons by
Sr. VERGES. Barcelona University graduate.
Call Metropolitan 4485 from 9 tojl a.m. J
MEN. WOMEN—Jobs for linotype operator.
SSO-S6O week: short hours. Burton Linotype
School. 930 H st. n.w.: day or eve. •
GRADUATED TEACHER OF PIANO—Ind -
vidual instruction to beginners and advanced.
Excellent results guaranteed. Address Box
89-J, Btar office. •
AUTO DRIVING QUICKLY TAUGHT.
quire about our new method; licensed white
men: established 10 yeara. Call Lin. 83.
WHY SPEND 9-12 MONTHS DAY OR 18-24
months In night school, when you can aet a
better commercial course. Including the game
essential subjects In about one-third the
timer Thousands of indorsers. Position
guaranteed graduates. Est. 10 yra. New
classes now forming. Enroll today. Boyd
Secretarial Bchooi. 1338 O at. Natl. 3338.
Study Interior Decoration
At a Practical School.
IT PAYS.
Accredited, professional and practical
course. Expert Instructors. Individual in
struction. Co-operating with the trade.
Afternoon and evening classes. Enroll now.
Full information at MASTER SCHOOL OF
INTERIOR DECORATION. 1206 IBth at. n.w.
North 5236.
HOW ABOUT 1930?
The new year will soon be here and In
twelve short months will be gone. Many a
bright young man, not realizing how time
flies, will be holding down the same old
position that he is now filling. He will be
working the same long hours, getting the
same small pay, and will see no opportunity
in view for advancement. This Is because
he is In the unskilled class of workers and
has no special training for something worth
while.
LET US TRAIN YOU.
Why not let us get you out of the rut and
put you in one of the many big paying posi
tions in the radio profession? Our ten
months' course will qaullfy you to hold a
position in the field of radio at pay from
>l4O to *3OO a month from the start, and
there is plenty of opportunity for you to
advance to big pay in a few months after
you graduate. It is a puzzle to us why so
many otherwise bright young and middle
aged men are satisfied to remain nothing
more than small, rusty cogs in the big ma
chinery of affairs, wfien. by a little effort
and small financial outlay, they can lay the
foundation for big pay and financial inde
pendence. Radio oilers you Just such an
opportunity, and the field is growing wider
every day. with an unlimited demand for
trained men.
WINTER TERM
BEGINS JANUARY 6.
Our Fall term ended Friday, and the
Winter term will begin on Monday. Janu
ary 6. We are receiving many enrollments
from all over' the United States, and the
college will no doubt be filled to capacity
by the beginning of the new term, although
we have lately added considerable apace to
our class rooms. If you decide to take up
the course, we advise you not to delay until
the last moment. While the college is
clo-ed for the Christmas holidays, the office
will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 4:30
pm. for enrollments. Classes are held five
nights in the week from 7 to 10. Tuition
charge Is very reasonable and may be paid
by the week. 1930 catalogue on request.
loomis raTho COLLEGE,
America’s Leading Radio
Institution.
405 9th St. District 7839. *
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
OFFICE WORKERS of all kinds; many need
ed dally; immediately, 2 stenographers, with
college education. *l5O. Personal Service
Co- Room 208. 927 15th st, n.w. •_
WANTED—White nurse, experienced in care
of boys: good wages. Ladles' Exchange, 807
, Vermont ave.
i THE BALTIMORE TEACHERS' AOBNCY.
Title Annex Bldg., Balto.. Md- places teachers
In schools and colleges, and tutors and gov
ernesses with private families. Write or call.
STENO- male. *3O wk.; rest, mgr- salary:
salesmen (sal.); busboy. col., *l2, meal*; 3
waitresses. *l2, tips; cook, fern., *75. rm.
and bd.; maid, col- *45, rm. and bd.; coun
termen. 3, sal., tips. Wash. Gen. Emp.
Agcy- 502 AJbee Bldg- 15th and O n.w.
CALL MUTUAL EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE
for hotel help, elevator operators or any do
mestic help. 1115 You st. n.w. Phone North
10444. *
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WASHINGTON, D. C., SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1929.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
(Centlnaed.)
RUPHERS’ EXCHANGE—Honest, reliable do
mestlc help by day. week or month: ref. tn
> vestlgated. Decatur 3551. 1837 llth n.w.
1 Ja2»
I NOTICE— National Personnel Bureau. 1719
K »(. n.w. Competent help furnished dally:
positions open dally. District 5821.
STENOGRAPHERS. bookkeepers, typists,
da “7- No charge unlegs placed.
• Washington Employment Exchange. 214 Nat.
Press Bldg., 14th and F n.w.
e POSITIONS Need 600 applicants daily,
J „ .. , stenographers, typists,
s bookkeepers, clerks, salesmen, etc. Free reg
; lstratlon Boyd's. 1338 O n.w. Natl. 2338.
1 WANTED—AGENTS.
■ INVESTIgXte THIS! Men to take orders
' from motorists for new Electric Magnetic
1 Trouble Light; sticks anywhere; amazing
demonstration: big money maker. Send for
FREE TRIAL OFFER Bnd particulars. Won
derlitet Dept. 32, Industrial Trust Bldg..
‘ Providence. R. I. «
NO MATTER what you are selling, postal
addressed Fagley-Halpen, Dept. A-132, Phila-
I delphia. will bring you best money-making
offer ever received. Write how. •
WANTED—SALESMEN]
AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN for city
trade to sell a high-grade nationally known
line of beverages. Give reference, age, phone
number and experience In your reply. This
Is an opportunity for a man that can pro
duce. Address Box 62-J. Star office. __
BRAND-NEW MONEY MAKER! Good for
*2 an hour. Wonderful article. Sells like
wildfire. Carry right with you. Particulars
free. Albert Mills, 4247 Monmouth, Cincln
natl. Ohio. •
NEW INVENTION Sells every business.
Four *ls sales daily pay *2BB weekly. Ad
justhient Service, B-175. Mobile, Ala. •
NEW AND APLENTY DIFFERENT—Fast sell
jng sc-10c merchandise on attractive counter
cards. comm, for you and dealers Ad
vertised by radio. No capital required. Cata
logue free. World's Products (Estab.' 1921).
50 Willow. Spencer. Ind. . •
SECURITY SALESMAN WANTED—A client
of ours wants experienced man to sell
stock in chain-store organization.- Must
have good record. Drawing account against
commissions. Give full details of past ex
perience by letter. No personal interviews
can be granted until written application
has been considered. R. D. Wyly, Inc., Ad
vertlslng. Tower Building.
SALESMAN—Nationally known organization
I wants two men to call on the small business
man and sell him that which he needs.
Uncle Sam creates the demand. A digni
fied. high-class proposition. Car. good ap
pearance and address, unquestionable integ
rity essential. For appointment phone Dist.
9002 or address Box 40-H. Star office. •
SALESMAN, SPECIALTY—IF YOU CAN
manage sales force and make deposit for
samples see Mr. Taylor for exclusive terri
tory in the District of Columbia and vicinity
selling new; article on market eight weeks.
Atlas Hotel, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday and
, Monday. •
SALESMAN—Preferably man who has”had
either oil, tire or accessory experience in
southeast or northeast sections of Washing
ton. Must have A-l references. Give de
tails. Splendid opportunity. Address Box
54-7, Star office. ,
SALESMEN—*B advance commission each
*19.75 sale. New Retail Merchants "Trade
Stimulator.” featuring the Only Item In the
World That Never Grows Old. *SOB repeat
commissions possible on each original sale.
Outfit furnished. Manufacturers. 71 West
23rd st- Suite 1821, New York.
BHIRT SALESMEN.
Strongest popular line from *7.50 to *lB
dozen; best dollar sellers In the country.
Must have established following dry goods,
haberdashery and department stores. Terri
tory available Virginia, North Carolina.
South Carolina. Delaware. Cortland Shirt
Co- 443 Broadway. New York,
HELP—WOMLN, ~
CLERK AND TYPIST, experienced, with
some knowledge of bookkeeping machine
work. Permanent position. Hours 8 to 5
State education, experience, references and
expected salary. Address Box 212-H, Star
Office; ,
GIRL, colored, for doctor's offleg; stay
nights: references. Some hlgh-school edu
caticn. 1105 Buchanan st. n.w.
HOUSEKEEPER—Neat, refined, pleasant,
willing; good home to right party: small
family adults: Sundays off. Address Box
108-J. Star office. •
Lady, young, single. 25 to-30 years "old.
nice appearance, good personality, capable
of meeting and waiting on public graciously,
high-school education or better, preferably
residing In Woodridge or n.e. section. Goo*
opportunity for right party. Salary *9O to
start. Address Box 33-J. Star office.
Lady desires woman ’to come to
home and care for child 3 years old while
parents are working; *2O per month. Ad
dress Box 70-J, Star office. 23*
LADIES in government departments and
large business concerns can double their
earnings by part-time work. Address Box
21S-H. Star office.
NURSE, undergraduate, age 30-25. tempo
rary work In institution; one year's hospital
experience required. Apply Monday, between
10 and 12 o'clock. Room 16. 1424 K st. n.w.
PRESBER—Must be expert' and quick on
pleated dresses. Rubensteln Co., 1220 23rd
st. n.w.
SALESLADIES wanted at once. Apply
Capital 5c to *1 Stores, Inc., 1248 7th st. n.w.
SECRETARY—DesirabIe position tor most
competent young lady. Must be accurate,
rapid stenographer; good salary to start.
Address Box 497-E. Star office.
STENOGRAPHER - SECRETARY for local
firm of patent lawyers, single, not over .30:
knowledge of French and German desirable;
some experience essential. State qualifica
tions fully, giving church affiliation and
selary desired. Address Box 75-J. Star office •
STENOGRAPHER, capable of doing gen
eral office work: give phone no. and ad
dresg. Address Box 94-J, Star office.
STENOGRAPHER AND BOOKKEEPER In
organization work. Must be competent, of
pleasing personality, and tinder thirty. Ex
tensive experience not necessary. Salary
and hours are good. State 1 nown hand
writing education, age. experience and if
now employed._ Address Box 58-J. Star office.
TEACHER, with one or more years' teach
ing experience, to connect with educational
concern. Promotion given to one capable of
developing and gradually assuming respon
slblllty. Address Box 182-E, Star office.
WHITE STEAM TABLE GIRLS. Apply at I
Portland Hotel Cafeteria. •
WOMAN OF CHARACTER to fill Important
traveling position that Is not routine work
and offers unusual opportunity for advanace
ment; must be 28 to 48. high school or col
lege graduate; basic salary to start assures
ireedom from worry; opportunity to earn
*2,500 first year. Alfred Bull, 1301-1500 Wal
nut bldg- Pliiladlpehia.
WOMAN OF CHARACTER to fill Important
traveling position that Is not routine work
and offers unusual opportunity for advance
ment; must be 28 to 48. high school or col
lege graduate: basic salary to start assures
freedom from worry; oppoitunity to earn
*2.500 first year. Alfred Bull, 1301-1500 Wal
nut*bldg- Philadelphia.
WOMEN—Learn ttfe real estate business.
Exceptional opportunity for those who qual
ify. Part time during training. Need not
interfere with present employment. Write
or telephcne for appointment. Azel Merrell
Bheppard. 630 Bond Bldg. Nat. 9927.
YOUNG LADY of neat appearance for
investigations. Address Box 95-J, Star !
office.
MILLINERY SALES
WOMAN.
A leading specialty store desires
the services of a young millinery
saleswoman of good appearance, with
experience in cither high-grade spe- ,
cialty or department store in Wash
ington; excellent opportunity for ad- j
vancement, with possibility of the
selection as assistant manager and
buyer of department. In application,
kindly state age and experience. All
letters considered confidential, Ad
dress Box 245 H. Star office.
MILLINERY REPAIRER.
We require the services of a young woman
who has been employed In repairing and re
trimming high-grade millinery. Only those
with store experience will be considered
Apply to personnel director.
FRANK R. JELLEFF, INC.,
BUYERS Outstanding East
ern Department Store invites
application for the following
positions—
1. Notions and Trimmings.
2. Corsets, House Dresses
and Negligees.
Both of these departments
hold opportunity for great de
velopment if aggressively mer
chanised and managed. Address
• Box 122-J, Star office.
HELP—DOMESTIC.
CHAMBERMAID, waitress! colored, *55
Per month. Apply 2724 Georgia ave.
COOK and general houseworker; references.
’ 3911 MorrUon at. Cleveland 5566.
1 COOK—Good reliable woman who Is ex
perlenced In cooking for private family:
' must have references and stay nights. 3513
; Rltteohouae st. Clev. 868>. »
COOK, housework, experienced, references'
; no laundry; *SO mo. 7 In family, no chll
dren: stay nights preferred. Call Oa. 0714.
OIRL. young, colored, light housework,
• In New York; good home with nice people.
■ Baring rd. q.w- ;
i GIRL for general housework; st'iy nights.
Apply 557 Bucnauan st. n.w. Columbia 1411.
HELP—DOMESTIC.
(Continued. >
GIRL, colored, neat, for cooking and clean
ing and make self generally useful; no
Sunday work. 1728 7th st. n.w.
HOUSEKEEPER, refined, white, for seml-ln
valld. mother and employed daughter; stay
nights; references. Address Box 85-J. Star
office.
MAID for general housework. Mrs. E. L.
Samuel. 1669 Col, rd- Apt. 402. *
MOTHER'S HELPER, white, young, fond ot
children, *25 ptr month and good home.
Address Box 22-J. Star office.
NURSE, colored; references. 918 18th
st. n.w- Apt. 20.
NURSE, white, for 2'a-year-old boy; must
have references and sleep in. Apply 3513
Rittenhouse: phone Clev. 6692. »
WHITE WOMAN, capable, to care for small
apartment and baby. Mrs. Frost, Met.
3290.
WOMAN for general housework; very good
home; *25 month. Apply 1235 Rock Creek
Ford rd- or call Oa. 2944-J.
WOMAN to care for 2-year-old child.
3150 Monroe st. n.e.
WOMAN to take charge of apt- no children.
Call 2334 Oa. ave- 7 to 11 a.m. Sunday.
WOMAN, good natured, settled, to do house
work for family of 6 in country. References.
*4O mo. Address Box 28-J. Star office.
YOUNG WOMAN, white preferred, care 2
children, light housework: stay nights pre
firred; good home, wages. 627 Lexington
pl. n.e. •
SITUATION—MEN]
ASSISTANT typewriting,
stenography, general office work: experi
enced; reasonable salary. Address Box 32C-E,
Star office.
BOOKKEEPER-ACCOUNTANT desires posi
tion, full or part time. Address Box 114-J,
*i ar office. •
CARPENTER—Repairs of all kinds: nothing
too small; prompt service. Phone Bradley
322. 23*
CHAUFFEUR, colored, wants Job driving
light delivery; experienced; city references.
North 1789-J.
CHAUFFEUR—CoIored: private or public: 12
years' experience; good reference. 726 Fair
mont st. n.w.
CHAUFFEUR, colored, mnn, years of expe
rience. capable. North 7112. 1434 Corcoran
st. n.w. 24*
CHAUFFEUR, young, white, wants work;
reference. Address Box 27-J, Star office.
COOK, chauffeur. Filipino, experienced, ref
erences, desires employment. Phone North
4831. 23*
DISHWASHER, experienced, wishes Job in
hotel or lunch room. 919 O st. n.w. Po
tomac 1074.
ELEVATOR - SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR,
competent, licensed, colored, desires con
nection with good manager January 1.
Night work. References. Potomac 3709.
EXPERT TYPIST, stencil cutter with
knowledge of Spanish and experienced in
scientific mss- wants 4 to 5 hours work
daily—office or home, day or evening. Ad
dressßox _?8-X_ Starofflce. 23*
FARM WORK desired by reliable colored
man: good references. 80 Defrecs at. n.w. •
LINOTYPER. union, expert all classes work:
mechanic, executive; formerly In business in
New York City. Address Box 23-J, Star
office. ___ *
MAN. young, white, will give ?25 for posi
tion, or to any one getting same. Address
Box 113-J. Star office. »
MAN. young, white, wants temporary posi
tion. lunch room, grocery, anything; small
salary. Address Box 112-J. Star office. •
MAN, colored, settled, neat, wants place as
chauffeur, houseman. Janitor, kitchen man;
long references. Decatur 2419.
MAN. colored; can clean, cook, serve; like
apartment or bachelor's place; reference.
Address Box 53-J. Star office.
MAN, colored, wishes Job as private chauf
feur and houseman: good references. Phone
North 10119. ask for Jackson.
MAN desires position as Janitor or driver or
work of any kind. 1640 Florida ave. n.w.
Potomac 3123.
MAN, colored, reliable, janitor, houseman,
waiter, butler, valet, handy man; good ref
erence. J. E. Dennis, 507 T st. n.w. North
2439-J.
MEN, colored, two. honest, young, reliable,
from Virginia. Generally useful around the
house, hotel or cafeteria. Will wash dishes,
bus. help in kitchen or walling. Good ref
erences. North 9350.
PAINTER wants wont by day or job; can
furnish tools and very reasonable. Call all
day. D. R. Metz. Decatur 3526. 22*
PRESSER and good repairman; first-class,
wishes position. Phone North 10200.
RADIOTRICIAN wants work repairing ra”-
dios in evening. Address Box 21-J, Star
office. 28*
SALES MANAGER—A No. 1 salesman, ex
perienced wholesale and retail; eight years
catering to Washington public: employed:
open for position: best reference. Address
Box 103-J. Star office. »•
STENOGRAPHER-SECRETARY, evening law
student, now employed, desires connection
with legal office. Address Box 495-H. Star
office; 22*
YOUNG MAN. law degree, desires connec
tion with lawyer; intends further study In
law. Address Box 352-H. Star office. 22*
YOUNG MAN. intelligent, reliable, honest,
seeking employment as chauffeur, porter,
car starter, garage man. radio repair man,
with car: references. Met. 1902. 23*
YOUNO MAN—Good typist, high school
graduate, wants position: experienced as
office assistant, typist and cashier; good
local references; salary desired, *lB week.
North 2176.
SALES EXECUTIVE
—and purchasing officer, with 15 years’ expe
rience In lithography, printing and paper
stock, desires new connection. Being fully
versed In these lines. I can assume purchas
ing officer's role with other duties. Thirty
eight years of age. married. Available Janu
ary 1. Address Box 79-J. Star office. *
SITUATION—WOMEN.
BOOKKEEPER-ACCOUNTANT wants work,
part time or hourly: books opened, closed,
balanced; reliable. Address Box 255-H. Star
office.
CARE INFANTS, older children, day or
night, by refined white lady: 35 cents hour;
special all-night rates. Columbia 5468.
DENTAL ASSISTANT. Bosworth trained, ex
perienced; can take and develop X-rays;
references. Address Box 479-H. Star office.
DRESSMAKING and remodeling; reasonable.
Mrs. White. 1524 L st. n.w. Met. 7845. •
GIRL for window demonstration. AppTy~7To
14th st.. n.w.. street floor.
LADY will take care of children, invalid,
get your dinner, bake cakes and pies or
drive your auto. Phone Decatur 2536 or
address Box 74-J. Star office. *
s*arcei. operator so- December 24. Cali
Cleve. 6163 or North 2401.
MARCELLER and linger waver, expert, at
once. Zoe Beauty Shop, 716 13th st. n.w.
No nhone calls. •
PRACTICAL NURSE, undergraduate, - care
of patient, convalescent or aged lady going
to Florida for months of January or Feb
ruary. References given. Lincoln 8585-j. •
BECRFTARY - StiNOORAPHER Position
wanted by young lady with ten years' expe
rience In financial Institution; references.
Address Box 59-J. Star office. 22*
SECRETARY - STENOGRAPHER, preferably
in investment banking house. Young woman,
available January 1. . Thorough college and
secretarial training. Successful in writing
advertising and in selling newspsoer fea
tures. Address Box 285-H. Star office. •
SECRETARY to writer, attorney or any one
needing expert stenographer with proven
ability and Integrity, reference excellent.
Address Box 468-H. Star office. •
STENOGRAPHER-SECRETARY. thoroughly
experienced, alert, conscientious worker.
North 8554. APt. 315. •_
STENOGRAPHER-CORRESPONDENT. good
education, experienced, reasonable. J. Ran
dnll. 1114 M st. n v.'. 25*
YOUNO WOMAN, college graduate, who has
Just completed stenographic course, desires
employment with a future: some business
experience: moderate salary to start. Phone
Miss Tobin. National 1748.
S ITU ATI ON—D OmIsTIC.
COLORED OIRL. neat, wants general house
work; city reference. Address 1644 Florida
ave. n.w.
COOK and general houseworker, colored:
neat appearance; city reference. Columbia
5466
COOK, experienced, wishes place; good :ef
erences, 2124 Newport pl. n.w.
COOK, general houseworker; stay or home
nights: good references: also part-time maid
work: 3 girls. Pot. 4599.
COOK, first-class on dinners, parties, lunch
eons. buffet suppers. In private families;
references: good wages. Call N. 5461.
DAY WORK, cooking, over holidays; also
steady laundress for Monday. Tuesda'-; col
orert: best references. Phone Oa. 1077. *
GIRL, neat, colored, wishes work in after
noon; especially fond of children. Call
Adams 8079.
OfkL wishes place as general” houseworker
in small family; good references. 2116 Bth
st. n.w.
GIRL, colored, wishes light housework or
nursing. 634 L st. n.e. Lincoln 7639.
GIRL from country wishes job as mother's
helper. 338 L at. s.w., city. * .
GIRL, competent, colored, desires position
with small family or cleaning by the day;
very reliable worker. Decatur 1694.
GOOD. RELIABLE COLORED woman wants
living quarters in basement: willing to work
tor same: references. _P-_0- Box 3125.
HOUSEKEEPER AND SECRETARY, edu
cated. refined; In gentleman's home: excel
lent manager, cook and homemaker. Ad
dress Box 116-J, Star office. !_
LACE CURTAINS laundered. 50c pair.- Called
for and delivered anywhere. 608 Kennedy
st. n.w. Phone Ga. 1607. 3»»
LAUNDRY TO TAKE HOME, first-class
handwork. Pot. 5777-J. 1758 Corcoran st. n.w.
neat, colored, good cook, waitress.
HI® 1 ." 01 *** service. Can work part time or
bv_day. Decatur 2419
(colored), neat, pleasant; experienced
‘ houseworker, mother’s helper. •
er/nrl se Jl vln * parties; part time; best ref
erence. Pot. I M3>
t. ~ . .
SITUATION—DOMESTIC.
(Continued.)
■ NURSE, reliable; will help ao morning work;
! Coiumbla rS B gf 8 r .^. y ’ 75Ci ° f Ulte bablfS OUt ~
■ WAITREBS OR MAID work wanted, ex
■ gjrlenced. Phone Decatur 3684. Res., 1707
7th at. n.w.
WOMAN, colored: housework In small fam
■ lly - 1026 s. Capitol St. g.e,
. WOMAN, colored, neat, excellent cook, house
-1 worker, maid; lull, part time. Betting dln
• ner; 4 years' reference. Pot. 1883.
YOUNG COLORED WOMAN, experienced;
1 wants work as fancy pleater or maid. Call
Lincoln 8605.
j YOUNG LADY wants Position, child's nurse
1 or housework for employed couple: stay
nights. Call in person. 1:30 to 4:30 Sunday
I only, Argonne, Apt. 827.
MOTOR TRAVEL.
I MIAMI. *23: TAMPA. *2l;' JAX.. *l7; AT
lanta. all points South. Fla. cars wanted.
Dixie Tours. Howard House. Fr. 10153. 22*
CLOBED SEDAN going South December 28.
will take 2 passengers (colored). For ln
formatlon. Metropolitan 3033.
FOR MIAMI—3 PASSENGERS; CLOSED
car. Leave at once. Mr. Roth. Howard
House. Franklin 6561. »
GENTLEMAN LEAVING FOR MIAMI. Fla.,
Jan. 2. can take one passenger to share H
driving expense; new coupe. Address Box
478-H, Star office. 22*
~ BEAUTY PARLORS
_ MABELLE HONOUR SCHOOL.
Permanent wave, entire head, no extras.
*5 Other beauty culture work nominal
prices. OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. Monday and
Tuesday. 3rd 11., Burchell Bldg., 817 14th
st. Met. 9818.
MARCEL WITH SHAMPOO, 50c UP-PER
manent waves. S 5 up. Look for sign.
Shingle Shoppe. Becker Bldg.. 1318 F st. n.w.
Met. 7304. Appointments not necessary.
BOBBIE’S BEAUTY SHOP,
2823 14th St. N.W.
SPECIAL PRICES.
Shampoo. Marcel or
Finger Wave. 50c Each.
EXPERT OPERATORS.
NELLIE AND ELLEN.
Formerly of "Jimmie's."
PHONE COL. 7882. *
PERSONAL.
WHY ENLARGED TOE JOINTS OR OTHER
foot troubles? Consult Foot Correction Lab
oratory, 612 F st. n.w., Suite 108. Ground floor.
*3 A YEAR WILL GET *11,500 ACCIDENT
insurance and *3O weekly for disability. Also
*lO health and accident insurance. No ex
amination. Men-women. 15 to 70. Address
• H. C. Simpson. 814 Upshur st. Adams 5281.
YOUNG COUPLE WILL SHARE MODERN
two-family home with congenial small fam
ily; references exchanged; reasonable. Shep
herd 2506.
NICE HOME TO COUPLE OR fIMALL FAM
ily In return for care of 2 children during
office hours. 2049 H at. n.e.
WILL ANY ONE WHO WITNESSED Acci
dent at 15th and N. Y. ave. Saturday at
12:10 noon please communicate with Mrs.
CHAS. A. SMITH. 302 S. Clifton Terrace,
Clifton st. n.w.? Col. 7744. *
STUDIO TO RENT FOR PRIVATE DANCES
and bridge parties, *lO per night. Vlctrola,
radio or orchestra. 2035 P st. n. w. •_
SWEDISH MABSAGE GIVEN BY TRAINED
nurse masseuse: also reducing treatments;
appointment, 10 to < p.m. District 8906. Eve.,
Pot. 1286-W.
VERY DESIRABLE FOUR OR FIVE ROOM
and bath apartment for rent. Shepherd
3097-W. •_
MISS GIRARDEAU L'EOARE A SISTER—S
private lessons. *5; single, *1.25. Fox trot,
waltz, shag. Class Fri., lnstrn., 8. with or-
9. 2035 P st., up 1 flight. North 0731. •
PRIVATE HOME; WILL PROVIDE ACCOM
modatlons for some married or single per
sons. Shepherd 2489.
MOTHERS. WHY WORRY ABOUT YOUR
children when at work or otherwise en
gaged? Rjnd them to pre-school play group
where work, play and fun are one. 1817
Kenyon st. n.w. Col. 6791. ■ -
ELECTRIC TREATMENT. BUN-RAY BATH;
col. operator, refined white patients only.
P0L_2596. 28*
SWEDISH MASSAGE. VIBRATOR. Q-RAY
for colds; white nurse; treat., *2; scalp
treat.. *l. Col. 7419. 3121 14th. Dally, 9
to 9: Sun., 10 to 5.
THE LADY'MARGARET SCHOOL. 1869 Co
lumbia rd. n.w.. English school: children
from 3 through sth grade; recommended by
Lady Isabella Howard. Adams 6249.
OLD VIRGINIA FRUIT CAKE THAT'* IS
fruit cake, wonderful. 85c a lb. North
MAILING TELEPHONE CALLS
received, directory listing, *lO month. Met
ropolitan 6729. •
RADIO—DISCOUNT ON ANY MAKE RADIO.
Well worth asking about and well worth
saving. Free demonstration; easy terms;
trades accepted. HENRY HARDINO, 1404
New York ave. n.w. National 3934 _ *
MASSEUSE. VIOLET RAY TREATMENTS,
alco rubs; graduate nurse. 1123 14th st. n.w.,
Apt. 2, daily. Sunday. The Brewster. •
OWNERS OF LISTED OR UNLISTED
stocks or bonds, regardless of present value,
should know about the unusual earnings in
our sound proposition. Address Box 102-J,
Star office. •
REFINED, PLEASANT WOMAN. WILLING
worker, wanted as housekeeper in small
lamily adults: good home to right party;
Sundays off. Address Box 107-J. Star office. •
XMAS SPECIAL. "NATURELLE” PERMA
nent wave. *lO. A beautiful, natural-like
wave that needs no finger waves. Done per
sonalty by our Mr. Wilfred, formerly of
Simonson's. New York. An ideal Christmas
gift. Phone early for appointment. Ma
belle Honour Graduate School. Room 301,
Burchell Bldg.. 817 14th st,. n.w. Met. 9818.
YOUNG WOMAN TO SHARE ATTRACTIVE
hotel apt. with another. Col. 10241. Apt.
205. «
AUSTRALIAN GIRL WISHES TOGET IN
touch with Newcastle girl who wp.s at Geo
graphic lecture, December 6. Address Box
20-J. Star office. •
PIANO LESSONS. EXPERIENCED TKACH
er; college certificate. Home studio rate.
75c lesson. Address Box 474-H, Btar office.
BEAUTIFUL NINE-DIAMOND WEDDING
ring, white-gold, engraved, *lO. Address
Box 484-H. JStar office. _ »
BRIDGE—LADIES AND GENTLEMEN TO
Join bridge club. Address Box 65-J, Star
office •
WOMAN OF EDUCATION AND EXPERI
ence desires employment which can be car
ried on In her home In Chevy Chase. Ad
dressßox 68-J. Star office. »
SETTLED WOMAN WILL ASSIST WITH
work in home or stay with children evenings
In exchange room and board. Can sew and
roacn school children. Address Box 83-J,
Stat office. *
MASSEUSE. GRADUATE NURSE; HEALTH* •
refined, colored; speaks French. German; re
flned white only. Potomac 5830.
I DO WINDOW AND HOUSE CLEANING,
walls and floors cleaned, old made new. by
machine; refinishing, shellacking, waxing,
painting and decorating: experienced work
man: special rates. Call Ben. Pot. 2868. *
ANTIQUES, DIAMONDS, PAWN TICKETS,
gold, silver wanted; see us first. LIVINGB
- St CO.. 1319 F at. n.w. National 5649.
MASSEUSE—TRAINED OPERATORS; HOT
oil. Hours. 11-6. 1626 Swann *t.. Apt. 91.
BEST PERMANENT WAVE. *5; BEAUTIFUL
ringlet ends. A pleasing gift. Try one.
"Chez Natalie," 1317 F st. n.w.
HOLD YOUR OWN PARTIES. *6 NIGHT;
modern bungalow, dance floor, elec., large
grounds Address Box 48-B. Star office. •
FRUIT CAKE. PIES. CAKES AND DANISH
pastry, all homemade. Phone MISS OUREN.
Atlantic 1292-W, 22*
OWNER WILL RENT PIERCE-ARROW
limousine with liveried chauffeur by the
month; reasonable. Address Box 16-J, Star
office. 24*
POSITION AS VISITING HOUSEKEEPER
or private secretary desired by naval offi
cer's wife lor few hours a day. Address
Box 475-H, Star office. 23*
YOUNG'S KINDERGARTEN AND GRADE
school; transportation by private car; dra
matics, French, dancing: supervised play
under college-trained teachers. Met. 7200.
23*
GERMAN. FRENCH. SPANISH, ALBO ENO
lish to foreigners. Individual instruction.
Room to rent In language teacher's house.
Tel. Georgia 3965. 615 Tuckerman st. n.w.
MASSAGE. VIBRATOR. Q-RAY. FOR COLDB.
Treatments. *2.00; lady attendant. Col. 7419,
dally. 9 to 9; Sun.. 10 to 6. 3121 14th n.w.
Home Cooking- Service
By
Domestic Science Expert;
Let me come to you for a day and
“COOK YOU UP AHEAD”
For several days or prepare a meal that
will delight your guests and family. In one
day I will fill your shelves with deliciously
cooked food ready to heat and serve suf
ficient for several days. Member American
School Home Economics. Address Box 193-H,
Star office. •
RECOMMENDED SERVICE.
The following business concerns
guarantee satisfaction to Star read
ers. Any complaint found necessary
to be made to The Star will receive
prompt attention. For admission to
Recommended Service Column call
National 5000, Branch 115,
BEDDING of all kinds renovated and steril
ised by process approved by Health Dept.,
D O. Prompt servlca and low prices. Eagle
Bedding Co., 2215 sth et. n.e. Decatur 755.
BEDDING. MATTRESSES, box eprings and
P i 0 ?' , ,. re ?. 0 ' : **£•* KlP!? * nd prompt del.
Wash. Mattrese Co , 318 L et. e.w. M. 6879.
BRICK, STONE, PLASTER and cement work;
damp walls waterproofed; free estimate.
Decatur 5422. Stoutsenberger, 210 R. I.
ave. n.w. *B*
CARPENTER-BUILDER:, remodeling and re
• pairing a specialty; cabinet work, furniture
reliable mechanics. H. Johnson.
1365 Irving. Col. 6917. •
RECOMMENDED SERVICE.
(Continued.)
CARPENTER AND JOBBER—AII-metal
watehei'stripping: porches Inclosed, repaired:
free estimate. M. Brining. Adams 1624. 1399
Taylor n.w.
CARPENTERS AND CABINETMAKERS—We
build, make or repair anything. Frank
Shoenbauer. 720 7th st. g.w. Met. 3320. *
CHAIR CANKING, PORCH ROCKERS
splinted, upholstering. Armstrong. 1236 10th
st. n.w Franklin 7483
DOOR CHECK REPAIRING—We repair and
refill nil standard makea of door checks.
C. F. Armlger. 910 New York ave. n.w
Metropolitan 3191.
EXPERT FLOOR FINISHING, scraping, wax
ing: skilled mechanics; also painting. Paul
Serene. 28 N Y. ave. n.w. Nat. 3666.
ELECTRIC WIRING and fixtures; special at
tention given to repairing and service calls.
Prices very reasonable. Terms. Show rooms
and office. 3419 11th st. n.w. Col. 6292. 25*
ELECTRIC WIRING and fixtures. 6 rooms,
hall. bath. *6O; high-grade material and
workmanship guaranteed. Get my estimate,
save money. H. M. Carpenter, North 0885.
26*
FLOOR WORK, every description; very rea
sonable: guaranteed: dustless machine. L.
T. Folk, 1935 Park rd. n.w. Columbia 3452.
FLOORS SCRAPED, refinished, cleaned,
waxed, hand or machine work; reliable serv
ice. reasonable prices. Nash Floor Service.
803 Princeton st. n.w. Columbia 4231.
FURNITURE REPAIRING. UPHOLSTERING,
finishing, cabinetwork, chair caning. Prank
Schoenbauer, 720 7th st. s.w. Met. 3320. »
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED, repaired; dip
covers made; est. cheerfully given. Returned
free, Tlttensor, 1600 Bth st. n.w. N. 7702.
HEATING AND PLUMBING, first-class work
only; installations, remodeling and repairs.
J. R. Owens. 719 6th st. n.w. Met. 5697.
HEATING INSTALLATION and repairs; oest
workmanship; lowest prices. T. J. Fitz
mnurice. cor. 30th & R. I. ave. n.e. Pot. 3531,
KEYS—Duplicate xeys. 25 cents; made while
you wait. Turner A Clark. 1221‘A New
Ymk ave. n.w Metro. 3005.
MUSICAL STRING INSTRUMENTS—Repair
ink In all its branches. Frank Schoenbauer.
720 7th st. s.w. Met. 3320. *
PAINTING. PAPERING, interior, exterior;
monthly payments. Harry A. Glorlus & Co.,
3017 Ga. ave. n.w. Phone Col, 4338. de22*
PAINTING—Int. and ext. house painting,
roofing, carpentry, porch work a specialty.
H. A. Shipley &, Son. 228 Cedar st. n.w. Ga.
2393-J or Shepherd 3150, 23*_
PAPERING ROOMS. *65 up; also painting
and plastering; prompt service; latest pat
terns, Atlantic 4652.
PAPERING, painting and general home Im
provements from foundation to roof. Deal
with a reputable concern and get the bene
fit of our partial-payment plan, adding only
6 * lnt., above cost. If you have any work
you intend doing in your home, now is the
time. Just phone The Home Decorator. Inc.,
Met 0854, at 1009 9th st. n.w., and get the
benefit of Winter prices.
PAPERHANGER wants work; will save you
money: work guaranteed; also painting and
plastering. North 1299. Reed. 24*_
PAPERHANGING at low prices. Room. *6
VP.. R . e decorate your home for the New Year.
3559 10th st. n.w. Adams 7149.
PAPERHANGING, PAINTING Rooms pa
pered. *6 end up; interior and exterior
painting; Dutch Boy lead and oil used ex
clusively; guaranteed first-class work; estl
mates submitted. Earl Jordan. Lin, 5765.
PAPERING 6 rooms and 2-story ball. 880;
newest patterns, latest plastic paint textures:
painting of all kinds. Adams 2326.
PAPERHANOING PAINTING, PLASTERING.
kuaranteed. ECON
OMY DECORATING CO.. Nat. 0500. 3*
PAPERHANGING—Rooms papered. *5 and
up; estimates furnished: work guaranteed.
Dec«tur°4l49 e - 3129 18th *' nw ~ APt ~ 3 ‘
PLUMBING. HEATING. OIL BURNING; re
pairs and installations; found reliable for 32
years J, R. Guerin, 412 E. Cap. Lin. 3417,
PIANO TUNING. *2. special; repair estimates
free. Smuierson-SchaelTer Co , 644 H 8t „ e
Lin. 1057; night call. Col. 5940, Pot. 989-W,
WINDOW BHADrs, screens metal weather
stripping; estimates free. Butler Son*. 135]
Good Hops rd. Lincoln 10153.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
STORE equipped for bakery and light lunch;
reasonable rent; good locality, near five
schools. Will sell at half price. Call before
1 P.m 1428 North Capitol st.
WILL consider a business proposition of
merit State your proposition. Address Box
87-J. Star office. •
STORE, meat and grocery, for sale. 303
Penns. ave. g.e.. D. p. »
GENERAL merchandise business, including
building, fixtures and lot adjoining.
?Pj , 'fidl* business Will explain reason
for selling, Hutchison Bros.. Ashburn. Va. •
CAFETERIA located 829 14th at. n.w. Ex
cellent business, long lease, completely
equipped; seating capacity, 80: living quar
ters. Owner leaving city. .»
PHYSICIAN. moving from
the West, desires to purchase the office of
l° cate .d Physician in the city or
ft™!** ?i. M T*, ry L and ? r Vlr *lnla. Address
Doctor. 1828 Upshur st._n.w. 23 *
J?? 1 J? t j a ;?d locksmith business
» Ba iJ ; established 7 years. Address Box
73rJ. Star office. 22*
A SMALL AMOUNT OP MONEY wllf“put
nvnfito hc. bU i l ilf s ‘’ * 8 * afe and sound and
profit a dress Box 31-J ,S tar office. 27*
anrf U iTUßtown; newly "decorated
t 22,J a ® ujodern equipment; *6OO cash.
Address _ Box 84-J, Star office. 22*
RESPONSIBLE MANUFACTURER wants
,"? e IV „SE en offlce - manage sales-
l 'ooo necessary. Wll pay ex
penses to Baltimore If you auntify Address
Manager. 803 N. Eutawjst.. Bnlto.. Md.
h. A .!? E CAPITAL—Best methods; corpora
el’toK ?S5? n ‘* ed o and promoted everywhere;
e . stab _jj° 3 - *J 8. Legal Corp., 610 Bond Bldg.
hi?™ 1 *? 11 ? 0 HOUSE of 18 rooms, furnished'
for good n »m° om i. CBfe equipped: no charge
jne 9th d ,t W n l w._ Pay rent - B,Brt busln V ! '
STORE—*SOO weekly; cheap rent
te-ms f 4 '2°° cash - balance
! e-ms. Address Box 88-J. Star offlce. 23*
CAFETERIA, soda fountain, cigars rnnAv
located financial district; good busineis!
»«a-oi >Pr Vol» inves i iaatinß should buy at price
asked. Address Box 320-J. Star offlce.J_*
Imsiness* * W’ e'SSS* . b nS
AddnrssJßox* 199-J.’sur qffi??** haU intere . Bt '
NOTIONS AND DRY GOODB BTORE; will
JSoi dce on S!! Iclc sa le; living rooms in rear-
Col anY 0n ™'*• 2851 ° a ' a 'e. n.w! Phone
??ft r i~®i ,sin ess manager wanted: some capl
cequireo and knowledge of advertising;
highly opportunity for expansion;
SwS y B?x < ?10?j. sfcr e "%;. eXCh>n,ed - Ad-
VILLA. 8 rooms, garage; 6 rooms,
Whl t ‘e e -Hou V sS IOP « C o hur 4 ch h ?8 U 6 SM; ‘ mUeS
N oa® A b N e?t t rta l ld b of la kind°/n
Oar office! PrrC *’ * 4 ’ 7so ' Addr ess Box fI VJ!
7Vn LCA iuS E ?; molds, etc., for sizes 4.40 to
tieiised rJtt in t C 4on tul £ 'ulcanizers. Lit-
Addr£s d 80x'63-J. 4 Stkr & ° tt ' r takes I . ot '
RESTAURANT, beautifully equipped, in
h!!h S n,', C l°. n Columbia Heights; two-room!
lacks connected. Present owner
can«hiS X m/i e, !. ce ’ off ers fine opportunity to
capable man or woman; will consider other
ft 1 !™, or real estate, or take liss f"
rent * lOO - Addr :**
CAFETERIA. ESTABLISHED OVER 20
years, good, downtown location; elegantly
term P s Pe^rra r l«d nßb & rent; lease -, Casb and
sagrfiTM; st» y O o^: r " tirinB - Ad -
ACCOUNTANT—Day student* Sl5 'week'
about to graduate month of February: part-
Star o C fffc P e 10yment ° n,y * Addr ess Box 11-J,
25* YEAR-OLD established sporting goods
charge «iMM? d wni en ? r t 1 In l er chandiBe: no
Da2t rB nAvm^n? od A!ii 11: ta « e clear estate
Pajt_payment. Address Box 5-J. star office I
net ‘Vn°'h!?. r^ HA H i;iNG CONTRACT.
Get in business for yourself; largest long
?eellnS e eiJ'? 0V * n * organization operating in
mfn rtn lVn “' ar \, ts Immediately responsible
vwn- down payment on new
tm?e’ * 1 000 month: long
Mrn “hJ.i v d ? d 10 pay ,or van and
108-J. Star r * erfnces- dress Box I
HARRELL SHOE SHOP,
grade stock of shoes, tennis and
rubbers; ideal location for live
shoe man. 14th and Monroe sts.
n.w. Phone Col. 3926.
HOTEL NEWSSTAND.
. lar,a j wel * known hotel; good space,
stock and valuable concessions; cheap.
Met. 8189. Adams 3479.
CIGAR, SODA FOUNTAIN AND NEWS
ev .... t STORE.
One of the best equipped places In Washing
‘°>V doing over $lOO dally business. Owner I
Pcouerty or good lots In exchange.
See this place. Price. *13.500; terms.
P. F. PARLEY. 802 10th St. *
LUNCH ROOM, doing over *l,OOO weekly busi
ness, located near theaters and office build
ings. See this place. Price. *8.000; *4.000 cash.
. P. F. CARLEY, 802 10th St. *
LUNCH ROOM, near Connecticut ave. and
L st., doing over *BO daily business. Busl
ness can be doubled. Owner will sacrifice
for (2.100.
P. F. CARLEY, 802 10th St. *
IN-DOOR GOLF COURSES.
Entirely new, now operating
at a nice profit in Convention
Hall Bowling Alleys. Manufac
turer will sell this going business
for $1,500 and a small royalty.
See above in operation and get
full details. H. H. Gardiner after
8 p.m. 24*
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Financial News
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
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I FOR SALE—Vending maohine route of 48
peanut machines. *720. cash or term*. Ad
• dress Box 483-H. Star office. 22*
LIGHT OROCERY, cigars and notions store,
with several rooms; low rental. A bargain
for a quick sale.
; P. F. CARLEY. 802 10th St. *
i 15-ROOM ROOMING HOUSE, downtown busy
section: good furniture; good Income. Price,
$450; terms.
P. F. CARLEY, 802 10th St. *
MARSHALL BUSINESS
BROKERS.
i Delicatessen and light lunch; modern
apart, above; rent. $45; good lease; price
right.
Tea room: no better location: downtown;
1 high-class proposition; price, *1,200.
Furnished apart.; 5 rooms and bath; good
> furniture; reasonable rent; price, *4OO.
marshauTbusiness
BROKERS.
929 New York Ave.
CHAIN OF SANDWICH SHOPS.
Best locations in town. Making
money. Will sacrifice. Sell as a
I whole or separately.
General merchandise store In Virginia. 10
minutes from Washington. Price right;
terms.
Luncheonette and stand, large downtown
office building; terms; *3.000.
Variety store, busy street. Bargain. *6OO.
Grocery: fixtures new. Priced to sell.
Restaurant, uptown. Cheap at (1.000.
Art and lamp shop; marvelous location;
low rent; *2.000.
BAR B-Q Restaurant, upper 7th st. near U;
fixtures new; owner will sacrifice.
Case and cafeteria; good business; equip
ment new; busy n.w. location; stand lnsprc-
I tlon.
WE HAVE JUST THE BUSINESS FOR YOU.
Our services cost you nothing.
THE ALLRITE COMPANY,
Suite 436 Tower Building.
Phone National 7541. *
i MEAT AND GROCERY,
COMPLETE ELECT. EQUIPMENT.
Guaranteed *6OO cash a week. Price, *3,500;
I terms.
CORNER—APT. * ROOMS WITH STORE.
GROCERY AND MEATS—
Fine n.w. location: steady bus.; price,
(6.500: terms.
1 MEAT AND GROCERY.
1 MAIN THOROUGHFARE.
_ OWNER LEAVING CITY.
Does *1.600 cash a week. Can be Increased
1 to *2.500. Cheap rent, with 9-yr. lease. Est.
11 years. Terms .
BEAUTY SHOP—
A-I.LOCATION 5 OPERATORS.
■ Reasonable rent. Chance to pick up a bar
merchantl* bus. CO.,
R. 836 Tower 81dg... 14th and K n.w.
Metr. 8662.
WE CAN SELL YOUR BUSINESS. ♦
XMAS SPECIALS.
CIGAR~STORE
PRICE ONLY $950
„ , BAKERY.” Rent. *3O mo.
Wkly. bus., *340. Price, *2,500.
HARDWARE 'STORE.
Price only *5.000: easy terms.
LUNCHROOM, $6OO
CLEANING AND PRESSING. (600.
DRUG STORE. Price. *5.000; term*.
MULTIGRAPH BUSINESS. Cheap
„ , DELICATESSEN.
, Price, $2,500. Very easy terms.
, RESTAURANT.
*55 dally. Price, *1,400; term*.
LIST YOUiTbUSINESS
WITH US
FOR QUICK RESULTS.
_ IP YOU ARE UNABLE TO COME TO OUR
PHONE US AND WE WILL HAVE
toree f you R REP^*®ENTATIV *B CALL
CAPITAL ADJUSTING &
FINANCE CO.,
... NATIONAL BUSINESS BROKERS.
9th FLOOR. DIST. NAT’L BANK BLDG
ST - Nw - TEL. MET 4814
ROBERT B. HOLLANDER. GEN. MGR.
SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
mx 1 * 80; boring machine.
*25. 1600 14th st. n.w.
ANDIRONS. China, typewriter, overstuffed
pieces, radio, cheap: chest. Singer machine.
Church X dMk ’ COllle ’ Chevrotat ' Palls
ANTIQUES in sterage; will sell cheap; 1 desk,
sofa. 2 tables, sideboard. Address Box 486-H,
Star office. •
vosrwood desksToneTargei
Sheraton, type, pair carriage
lamps. Sheffield mounts. 1405 W at. n.w. •
ANTIQUES Coiner Fig h boy"
r- l ?fii t l. tab K e ?i chalrs > spinning wheel, bronze
14th ne n e w brldBe ,amp > china, silver. 1928
AH.TO- vhßd's, Lincoln- practically new crib,
child s white wicker; large carriage, baby;
?A essa ,* M and Papers of the Presi
dents. 20 volumes: "History of Pittsburgh
and Enylrons, 4 volumes. 1608 Monroe st!
AUTOMOBILES, wagon velocipedes, for
7?h*'at. W> NBtl a oslo. M Fr * nk RuPPfrt ' 1021
"baby CARRIAGE, child's high chair and
i- ku . cf ]S n cabinet, living room suite.
1335 East Capitol. •
BANJO, gold-plated, inlaid. "Sllnverland."
Pjnsh case, cost *lB5. sell *5O. Perfect con
dition. For Christmas present. Shep. 2466.
24*
BARPIN. diamond. 13 stones, straight line;
in pawn for 5225; and gent's diamond and
scarfpln; tickets cheap. Address
Box 117-J, Star office. •
S^i.i oak: .f£ 11 spi ,' lnK and mattress, fine
condition. *10; rocker, *1.50; fernery, *1;
washing machine. *l2; terms. 1640 Argonne
pi. near 16th and Harvard.
BEDS—2 Simmons metal beds! twin size,
complete with clean felt mattresses. *lO
each. 700 22nd st .n.w.
BEDHOOM SUITE, mahogany, 5 pieces, two
9x12 rugs. 2 smaller Oriental rugs. 3-piece
living room suite, velour; walnut dinette
s* l ! eateleg table, walnut desk and chair,
odd chairs, china, pictures, linens, silver.
a tc ; : a5- an A, p i ano: positively no dealers.
Apt. 214. 200 Mass. ave. n.w. Phone Met.
2984 Sunday. Natl. 3492 during week. •
BED-ROOM SUITE, walnut, 3 pieces, ln
cluding coll spring and mattress; excellent
condition: *65. Adams 4498.
BED-DAVENPORT SUITE, floor lamp, end
table, three small rugs, mattress, chest of
drawers. Call Adams 1246. •
BED-DAVENPORT SUITE, three handsome
pieces; new mattress. Sheraton table; must
sacrifice for cash. 1707 21st st. n.w. “
BED-DAVENPORT BUITE. overstuffed. (55.
velour; player piano. *5O; bed and aprlna.
* 150. Lincoln 2340-J. 223 10th_n e •
BICYCLES, sidewalk bikes, all
at clearance prices. Ball-bearing kiddle
cars with pedals, while they last. *2.69. Iver
Asency. 2461 18th st.. near Col. rd.
Open all day Sunday.
BICYCLE. 4-year size, *4; skin-covered rock
mg horse. *4: flreless cooker. *lO. 10 Sher
man circle, until 4 o.hi.
BICYCLE—RoII-Past motor bike, regular
size; fully equipped, brand-new; a bargain
Phone Columbia 8791. * *
BOYB' *25 2-knicker sulti size 12-15. excel-
k e d n . t ms C 0 U ° ni BfU for » 10 ' Teletmon'e
BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE, complete setf~ex
cellent condition. Call Met. 1808. evenings
or_sunday. 22*
BOOKCASE, large oak. glass doors; Chrlst
mas garden, on stand, complete with lights
and electric train. 752 Rock Creek Church
roaa. 22*
BRACELET WATCH, gold: cost *6O, sell *25
Real fox fur, *5. Goodwin, 227 12th st. s.w.
ir A^iß. « LUMBER—wrecking entire
q*—, y block of houses. Sell cheap. Must move
3 p *? k * y : Apply to Mr. Ney, on Job. directly
back of Congressional Library on East Cap
ltol st. between 2nd and 3rd s.e.
BRICK AND BUILDING MATERIAL—Re
*P»vaI * a } e on good used material at our
’ vei? P yßr i'„ Wh ‘ Ch We wiU move '>°Xt
year to 15th and H sts. n.e. A large selec
tion; lowest prices; backed by 19 years of
h«V. Bre f.,n eallng . Clfaned whole brick, no
b ? ts, -wt ull col >nt guaranteed; good flooring.
* heath lnu and framing; doors, sash, radi
ators, plumbing fixtures, pipe; complete wln
‘terns. Phone Lincoln 2124
HECHINOER CO.. stli and Fla. Ave. N E
CHECK WRITER. F. & E . }22?'bread slice?.
*5; glass-top water coqler._*9. Col. 1977. •
CHEST, $6; single Iron bed. 81mmons spring.
*8; window refrigerator, 75c: davenport ta
bi?' , ?-_„ mlrr ° r - T*c. Cordova. Apt. 153,
after 8:30 or Sundays. . ’
CHESTS OF DRAWERS from Government
hotels. *3.75 each. 408 10th n.w
dealer* LOSET ' * lO - Cali Co ‘- 21361 No i
CHRISTMAS TREES—Beautiful cedars and
pines, wholesale and retail, all sizes- s
miles from D. C. line. Bradley 488-M 23» 3
CHRISTMAS TREKS, cedar* and 'iiHil
a 'sffff.h “'S
carrying case, 17ran tripod head and vlg
netter for fade-in. fade-out effect; all In
excellent condition; will make fine Christ- '
mas present: J 75 takes all. E H Mulligan
10 Florida ave. a.w., Apt. |.

SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
(Continued, i
i COAT, fur, genuine Hudson seal. In ex
■ cellent condition; cost *300: will sacrifice.
1205 D st. n.e. Atlantic _1142.
. COAT, lady's fur-trimmed, was *125. size
i 40. *l5: 2 suits, size 34-38. *4 each. 2 French
serge dresses, camels'-halr sport coat, un
< lined; men’s all-wool knickers, leather belt.
Winter coat, all for *B. Adams 8462. •
’ COAT. fur. Hudson seal; cost *350; excef
, lent condition; sacrifice (45 cash. Lin.
5739-J. 24*
' COAT, fur. beautiful squirrel, trimmed In
platinum fox. cost *5OO. like new, sacrifice
*lBO cash. l,ln. 5739-J. •_
COAT. Persian lamb. Johnnie collar of Baum
1 marten, same as new. worn only three or
> four times: value, *400; will sell for *l5O.
1514 7th at. n.w. 23j*
COAT. fur. size 20. good "as new; will sell
at a sacrifice. 2402 10th st. n.e. Pot.
5985, •
I COAT, dark muskrat, medium size. Call
Columbia 1940-M
COAT. Hudson seal; good condition; cost
*3OO. will sell for 138; size 38. 721 East
Capitol. !_ _
COAT, brown caracul, with fox collar, size
18: good condition. Phone Adams 2250-W.
. Sunday or weekday evenings.
COAT—Boy's overcoat, genuine Germania
. chinchilla, perfect condition, cost *lB, take
*B. size 8 to 8. 1423 Chapin st. 22*
COATS, raccoon: also muskrat; almost new:
perfect condition: must sacrifice for cash
1707 21st st. n.w Pot. 3684.
, COT—Comfortable, clean; hair mattress; *5
1921 Penna. ave. n.w •_
DESKS, chairs, safes, dies; cheapest prices
In Washington Special sale factory aec
i onds. Commercial Office Furniture Co. 430
Bth st. n.w. Metro. 77-!2
DESK—Large, flat top. walnut; swivel chair:
good condition; both *35. After 5:30. 308
♦he Highlands. •
DESK, large, solid oak, roll top. many draw"-
ers. beautiful finish, size. 4 ft. 6 In. long, 3
' ft. wide. 4 ft. hiih: like new. Clev. 4189-J. ♦
of ’lactory seconds" of office
furniture, desks, tables, chairs, bookcases,
file cabinets, cabinet safes and used office
furniture. You can also rent It H. Baum *
• Son, 618 E at. n.w Main 9136.
• DIAMOND HORSESHOE PIN. In pawn *5O:
November 7. '29: yell ticket *l5; bargain.
Address Box 93-J. •
DIAMOND RING -Lady’s, beautiful stone
and mounting; cost *150: sell $73 ce.sh; lend
on approval. 419 16th st. s.e. «
DIAMOND RINO. 3 3 * carats. Tiffany set
ting; beautiful white stone, very reasonable.
Newman. 833 Investment Bldg.. 15th and K.
DIAMOND AND WATCH—Lady's •(.-carat
solitaire: 12-slze Hamilton watch; both A-l;
bargains. 4418 9th st. n.w. 22*
. DINING ROOM SUITE, good condition.
' cheap. Phone North 4718.
DINING ROOM SUITE. 9-piece, oak. good
condition. 838 Concord ave. n.w. Georgia
4712-J. *
DINING ROOM SUITE, modern, walnut;
one-half original cost: Ivory Simmons bed
and springs. 4222 14th st. n.w.■ Apt. 204. _
1 DISHWASHER—One new Walker electric
dishwasher, porcelain model, portable type,
special price, easy payments. J. C. Hardl.ig
Sr Co.. Inc., 1336 Conn, ave.
DISHWASHINO MACHINE for restaurant.
■ cafeteria or tea room. A large Crescent
model, in good operating condition, at coun
try club. Price *225 cash. Phone the stew
ard. Bradley 176.
DOLL CARRIAGE, large size, reed, reversi
ble body, wire wheels: cost *22; sell *5;
good condition. 209-A P st. n.w. »
DOLL HOUSE, large, handmade, furnished'
child's desk and chair; reasonable. 318
Maryland ave. n.e. •
DOLL HOUSE and bungalow. Just tullt. 4
rooms and bath, best In city; sell cheap.
2434 Franklin st. n.e. •
DOLL HOUSES, electric lights, furnished
and unfurnished, stucco and brick finish, (5
up. 1402 Mass, ave. s.e. *
ELECTRIC TRAIN OUTFIT, elevated rail
road. miniature of 6th ave "L,” N. Y. City:
four sets trains, track, two transformers,
tunnel, automatic signals, etc. 3930 Hunt
ing ton st. Clev. 1994.
ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR, good condl
tlon. Apply 407 Seward aq., g.e., city. 22*
ELECTRIC TRAIN, Lionel, large slxe. two
locomotives, plenty of track and freight
and pasesnger cars and all accessories: bar
gain. 1483 Newton st. n.w., apt. Adams
4076. «
ENGLANDER COUCH, fine; opens up to
double bed; cost *4O; sell for *9. 1315 Park
rd. n.w.. Apt. 23. _
EVENING DRESS. 36-38. worn twice, cost
$125: sacrifice, Lincoln 4979. •
FIELD GLAH3ES. 6-power, prismatic, new.
with carrying case, cheap. 1209 Lament st.
»
: FILING CABINET. 18-drawer, steel. 3x5. ma
' hogany, Shaw-Walker; very reasonable. 30?
Star Building. l
FLAT-TOP DESK and office chairs; good
condition; cheap. Mayflower Art Co., 1403
Eye st. n.w. *
PUR COAT, Hudson seal? dyed squirrel col
lar. cuffs: also American broadtail; going
South, must sell. 1707 21st st. n.w. •_
FUR COAT—Small size; reasonable. Apt.
31. 1824 Belmont rd.
; FUR COAT—Sacrifice *150; terms to suit
buyer. Call 1830 7th st. n.w. 24*
FURNITURE, high-grade antique and mod
ern—Odd beds, dressers, footstools, desks,
mirrors, sofas; greatly reduced this week,
i Dawes Furniture & Specialty Co . 2447 18th
st. n.w. Adams 7221,
i FURNlTURE—Quartered-oak bureau. Ideal
flreless cooker, comforts. 50 player-piano
rolls, laundry and kitchen utensils, fruit
Jar 3. window refrigerator. Call Sunday,
1823 Newton st. n.w.. Apt. 2. 22*
FURNITURE—CompeIIed to sacrifice on ac
count leaving city; 3-piece mohair uphol
stered living room suite. *135; 10-plece din
ing room suite, *110: 6-piece French walnut
bed room suite. *100: davenport table, *10;
lamp, *10: 2 Oriental rugs. *5O; end table.
*1.50: telephone set. *6; tapestry upholstered
Cogswell chair. *2O; Atwater Kent radio,
with mahogany cabinet; vases, glassware
and chinaware. 1825 New Hampshire ave.
n.w.. Apt. 201. Decatur 4770. 22*
FURNITURE AND RUGS of quality. Ad
vance January sale now going on. Living
room, bed room and dining rooirf suites, odd
beds, dressers, chests, vanities, floor and
table lamps: specials on all toys and gifts.
Convenient deferred payments. Open even
ings. New Bargain House. 2004 14th st.
n.w. North 3942. •
FURNITURE—Handsome colonial buffet and
table, solid mahogany, very cheap; also
bureau and bed. Ada ms 2307
FURNITURE—New. custom-made sample. 2-
ptece tuxedo living room suite in green frlzze
with reversible cushions of beautiful canter
fUure silk frlzze; value. *4OO. for *175. New
York_Uphofstery C0.._617 F st._n.jw.
FURNITURE—3-piece taupe" mohair living
room suite, value *250. a bargain, only at
*135; wing chairs, love seat, chaise lounge
and other odd pieces at bargain prices. New
York Upholstery Co . 617 F st. n.w.
FURNITURE—WonderfuI bed room, dining
and living room, kitchen and piano; 1924
Chevrolet cheap. 4510 Ga. ave., Apt. 20.
alia a y. - ♦
FURNITURE—3-piece living room suite, left
*if w velour; a bargain here
at $55. New York Upholstery Co., 617 P st.
n.w.
FURNITURE—New, factory samples; save
money; see what cash can do for you:
buy here and save the difference. Notes'
Auction Room*. 633 La. ave.
FURNITURE—Xmas bargains In odd chairs
of every type and 2-plece and 3-plece living
room suites; all new floor samples; reduced
about one-h&lf. Come In now and take
your choice. Standard Upholstery Co., 403
11th st. n.w.
FURNITURE—New $175 3-plece suit*, liar
gain. *95; Just the suite for your home.
Standard Upholstery Co.. 403 Ilth st. n.w.
FURNITURE—*SO Royal easy chair covered
.««* pa * ber ' *28.50. Standard Upholstery Co..
403 nth st. n.w. .
FURNITURE—-*47.50 handsome blile wing
pack chair, new floor sample, *27. Standard
Upholstery Co.. 403 11th n.w.
FURNITURE— $3OO custom-made 3-plrrr
genuine monr.lr suite, *175. Standard Up
holsterv Co.. 403 llth at. n.w.
FURNITURE- -Furnished room owners! Metal
! PiUtres JM' excellent springs, drtssers.
sold cheap. 816 19th st. n.w.. Apt. 7. •
— *28.50 boudoir chairs, glazed
chintz, special during sale. *17.50: Ideal
Xmas gifts. Standard Uph Co . 403 llth n.w.
FURNITURE—We must reduce our stock of
bed-room and living room furniture or put
up platforms to get over it. To get you out
here and sell you will be the cheapest. A
pledge—ls you come out and price and buy
any suite in our store as we sell It to you.
Pii d ? ny one *®l“ng the same goods within
*25 of our price, we will give you check for
*5O. Your large dealer cannot compete
with us in prices at their expenses. If you
knew you could save Sr make *25 to *5O by
coming to Hyattsville. where you can phi it
anywhere at our store, would you cornel
It will not cost you one dime to try It.
Many other things here. Remember, we are
furniture dealers and handle only furniture.
Try it; open nights. Phone Hyatts. 460.
vlile A Md r ° 0k * Fu,niture Co - lnc - Hyatts-
GAS 'RANGE. 'Reliable. 4-hole, 2 ovens
medium Urge size, perfect condition; bar
-Hs' l? 1 Cedar ave., Tasoma Park.
Shepherd 3485-W, 22*
GENUINE SEAL cfOAT. 38. squirrel collar,
SnJl s: ,SPi endi d condition; will sell, *75 cash.
1023 10th at. n.w.. shoe •
ORAPHOPHONE. Victor, mahogany:
ber records; *26 Apt. 802. 1603 Biltmore
st. n.w. 24*
OUn*AR. 18th century. Bpanish;~reBtored by
the Martins; modern finger board; distinc
tive model: fine,tone. Open to offer. 4219
tth st. n.w.
Parker No. 12 at (SS7one No. 8.
w ‘“ £* cban ** for electric radio. Call Lln
coln 9482
HALL BENCH, massive, with "50-Inch wall
mirror. *9; unusual china cabinet; sacrifice
$18: cost *BO. 847 Morton pi. n.e. •
CLOCK- valuable; Oriental furniture
C?e d ve h ssSj r * re Colored Homan prints*
HOLLY, beautiful, also running pine, or
-917 llth st'n*w. m,Btletoe: bar «‘" Price*.
HONEY—Delicious extracted honey, direct
from beekeeper: 5 lbs.. *1.25; delivered to
d / t % e POSI wU P
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