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We have installed a most modern cooling plant for the comfort
of our patrons. You will dine in these delightful rooms in an atmos
phere refreshing, healthful, restful and with clean air constantly washed
and cooled through our new and modern cooling system.
Consistent with our air-cooled dining rooms, we have inserted a
Hot-Weather Menu in this advertisement, for your convenience. These
suggestions for hot weather will be changed frequently and always
chosen scientifically for our Daily Menu.
Gus Buchholz Opened the Doors
of his
Now Famous Hotel Occidental
- 20 Years Ago Today
>1911
GUS BUCHHOLZ
FRED BUCHHOLZ
. . . When William Howard Tcft was President and the
venerable i ncle "Joe" Cannon was Speaker of the House.
Among the many distinguished persons who dined here that
\<ar 'acre 1 heodore Roosevelt, If oodrow If ilson, Champ Clark
and II ilham Jennings Bryan.
A one-grill equipment in a one-story building established this
business ... 7 oday a seven-story building represents the 20 years
°f progress . . . Harboring these famous Dining Rooms . . .
always maintaining the “PAMOVS-FOR-FOOD” reputation,
so thoroughly imbedded in the minds of Washingtonians and its
visitors from all over the world.
In these Dining Rooms, CIS BL CHHOLZ has acted host
to the Xation’s elite.
In acknowledgment of an excellent dinner, celebrities from all
over the world have honored the HOTEL OCCIDEXTAL with
autographed photographs, which you vow sec banning on the
walls.
Today the HOTET. OCCIDENTAL, goto under the man
anagemrut of the founder’s son. ERED BUCHHOLZ. is always
chosen by those desiring to dine where food and service may be
found at its best.
On this occasion, see wish to thank our thousands of friends
and patrons for their pleasant association.
Celebrating Our 20th Annifersary
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3-Room Apartments
With Bath, $5 and Up
Rooms With Bath, $2.50 and Up
V_J
HOT
WEATHER
SUGGESTIONS
Additional to Out
Regular Luncheon Me:
SOUPS
Cold Tomato Bouillon with Saltines.20c
Consomme with Saltines.20c

SALADS
Cold Tomato Stuffed with Chicken Salad,
Mayonnaise .45c
Salmon Salad with Coleslaw, Sliced
Tomatoes, Mayonnaise.40c
Occidental Fruit Salad with Cottage
Cheese.'.40c
Fresh Vegetable Salad with French
Dressing ..40c
Sardine Salad with Lettuce, Coleslaw and
Sliced Tomatoes.35c
Sliced Egg Salad with Asparagus Tips_35c
Frisco Cottage Cheese with Jelly.35c

SANDWICHES
(Coleslaw, Sliced Tomato and Pickle
Served with All Sandwiches)
Club Sandwich.50c
Occidental Special - Sandwich.40c
(Sliced Chicken, Ham and Lettuce)
Treasury Sandwich .30c
(Boiled Tongue, Tomato, Lettuce)
Commerce Special Sandwich.35c
(Baked Ham, Swiss Cheese, Lettuce)
Capitol Special Sandwich.25c
(Spiced Salami, Sliced Onions, Lettuce)
Interior Sandwich .30c
(Sardines, Hard Boiled Egg, Lettuce)

CHARLES B.
SIMMONS
Manager
18 Years’ Service!
FREDERICK
MERKLE
Steward
20 Years' Service!
RAYMOND A.
DEANER
Secretary and
Auditor
14 Years' Service!
GEORGE
COLECCHIA
Chef
17 Years' Service!

A Buiii'*"
l Budded
\ Upon
W^,he Lengthy
Serfie** °f
1 Efficient
and
Dependable
Executive*■

Occidental
Air Cooled
Dining
Rooms
The Mecca
of
Celebrities
from
All Over the
World
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—and now the "roll call" of those businesses listed below
that have contributed so ably to our 20 years of success!
1411
Pennsylvania
Ave.
AMERICAN ICE CO.
1320 F Street N.W.
let
COLUMBIA HOTEL
SUPPLY CO. x
514 12th St. S.W.
Meata
SOUTHERN HOTEL
SUPPLY CO.
4th and Morse Sts. N.E.
Meata
M. E. HORTON CO.
620 C St. S.W.
I Croeerita
MAZO-LERCH CO.
4|Zt and D Sts. S.W.
Croeeriea
E. B. ADAMS CO.
641-645 New York Ave. N.W.
Hotel Equipment
S. A. FREAS CO.
1221 Water St. S.W.
Vegetablea
M. D. PUTT CO.
'K New Center Market
Vegetablea
C. ENGELS SONS
522 12th St. S.W.
■Vegetablea
S. W. RUSSELL CO.
1108 Maryland Ave. S.W.
Sea Food
R. T. FAUNCE CO.
1274 5th St. N.E.
Sea Food
NATIONAL CITY DAIRY
518 12th St. S.W.
Dairy Products
CARLIN CREAMERY
1100 E St. S.W.
f Poultry and Eggs
MARYLAND HOTEL
SUPPLY CO.
Baltimore, Md.
Meats
CHESTNUT FARMS
DAIRY
26th St. & Penna. Ave. N.W.
Dairy Products
CHEVY CHASE DAIRY
3206 N St. N.W.
Dairy Producta
WASHINGTON
LAUNDRY
27th and K Sts. N.W.
Laundry
k _
BROWNING & BAINES
300 6th St. N W.
Coif** and T*a
GUY. CURRAN CO.
315 9th St. N.W.
Linen*
1411
Pennsylvania
Ave.

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