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SALE—HOUSES.
(Continued.)
WESLEY HEIGHTS,
4422 LOWELL ST. Ν W.
Brand-new conditioned π-room house.
S-car garage: exceptionally lovely ground».
Very reasonable price and terms.
W. C. & A. N. MILLER,
^ 1110 17th St. District 44β4.
$6,950—$500 Cash—Terms.
819 17th pl, n.e.—Open dally. 0, » m,
te Β ρ m New 6-room. all-brick Colonial
home: recreation room built-in garage
modern. The greatest value ever offered
in this community of all new brick homes.
2 blocks Eastern High School, stores,
transportation.
J. A. JORDAN—Dec. 5765. w
$7.250—A MODERN COLONIAL BRICK
home in beautiful section of Mt. Pleas-<
•nt. overlooking dircctly on Rock Creek
Bark: 20 feet wide, with 6 very good
glged rooms, tiled bath, front and
double rear porches and built-in garage.
Ill perfect condition at this price.
Term» . . _
sil.onn—Semi-detached brick home of Κ
rooms and 2 baths; desirably situated
In Cleveland Park, convenient to the
John Eaton School. Front and rear
porches. 4 bed rooms, elec. refrigera
tion; modern features, Including brick
garage. Exchange for bungalow con
gidered
SHANNON A LUCHS CO..
1505 Η Si. NW National 2345.
$8,450.
ARRANGED FOR TWO FAMILIES.
Really an outstanding value at this price.
this beautiful 'i-room and bath. 20-foot
brick home, just one-half block from bus
line and two blocks from Sherman Circle.
Screened sleeping and breakfast porches,
garsee. screened and weather-stripped.
Frigidaire. kitchen equipped with Oxford
cabinets. For appointment to Inspect, call
Georgia 3fi22.
NEW 2 OR 4 FAMILY APT.
WILL BUILD TO ORDER.
Live In one apartment and let rent from
the other pay for building; Sl.oon to
#2.000 cash reouired Or if you own a
lot clear, we can finance the balance.
6HAPIRO 14MO Κ St. N.W.. Natl. 8949.
WESLEY HEIGHTS. "
$9,500.
Lovely bungalow, fine condition. Rea
sonable cash and terms. Shown by ap
pointment.
W. C. & A. N. MILLER,
1119 17th St. District 4404.
J3 950 DETACHED BARGAIN — CEN
ter-hall-plan detached home on
a fine corner lot with KU-foot
frontage; κ rms . 2 baths, open
fireplace, built-in garage; excel
lent location In Chevy Chase.
Moderate cash payment and
terms less than rent. Biggest
bargain on today's market.
$14 950 Originally sold for over $20,000.
' Reconditioned thrt>uuhout and
like new. M rooms and ·; baths,
4 bed rooms on second floor;
wide lot. garage. West of Con
necticut ave. Terms.
WM. M. THROCKMORTON,
REALTOR.
Investment Building. District flOPC.
CHEVY CHASE, D. C.
We will build to your order for as low
• s $8.050 * detached brick «-room house
on a beautiful wooded lot In an excellent
section ot Chevy Chase. Sketches and
clans submitted: no oblisatlons. SH.UaO
to $14.050: terms
WM. M. THROCKMORTON.
goi Invest. Bldg. Realtor._ Dist. S0P2.
BRICK BUNGALOW.
SUBURBAN
Very attractive new brick bungalow on
• fine residential street in one of the
nicest suburban towns in nearby Virginia.
Six large rooms, including big recreation
room in basement: open fireplace in living
room and a thoroughly modern kitchen
with cabinet equipment, etc.. built-in bath:
exceptionally larpe unfinished second floor
with enough space for *2 rooms and bath
The lot contains nearly acre ground
with 7f>-foot frontage and over .100 feet
deep; detached garage One of the finest
buys on today's market at the low price
of $8.250. Substantial cash payment re
ouired
WM. M. THROCKMORTON.
toi Invest. Bldg. Realtor Dist. 6005.
CHEVY CHASE. D C."
Near Conn. ave. and Military rd. Owner
Will sacrifice eauity in a detached home
on large lot. House contains 7 rooms,
bath and screened-in sleeping porch, open
fireplace çaraee Convenient terms.
WM. H. SAUNDERS CO.. Inc.
IMP Κ St._N.W. District 1015.
3X22 ."jKth ST N.W.
$16,500.
Here Is a fine opportunity for some one
who «ants a large s-room. center-hall
home near the Cathedral Size indicated
by living room, 10x33 feet; lot 100x200
feet: solendid trees and landscaping.
Shown bv apnointmen'. Exclusive agents.
W. C. & A. N. MILLER.
111!» 17th St. District 4464^
COLORED—READY FOR IMMEDIATE
occupancy: unusually well-built Home In
excellent northwest section: only $5oo
cash, balance monthlv: hardwood through
out: act quickly. PERCY H. RUSSELL CO
1731 Κ st. n.w.
OUTSTANDING COLORED BARGAIN.
$8.250—Near Dunbar High School—Brick !
house 9 rooms, bath, modern. Will |
make excellent Investment for while
or colored buyers CALL MR FISCHER,
BOSS ft PHELPS. NATIONAL 0300.
BARGAIN FOR
COLORED.
1347 C ST. S.E.
* rooms h.-w.h.. elec.; tapestry brick
Colonial garage; $5.000 cash: clear of
encumbrance.
Ε Ε CALDWELL.
UNC. 1881 OR GEO, 6067 AFTER 6 P.M.
8'
WANTED TO BUY—HOUSES.
f PAY CASH FOR HOUSES. BRICK OR
frame, white or colored. This ad is not
for purpose of obtaining listings. Ε A
OARVEY. 1120 Vt. ave. District 450w
Β U Ν G A LOW. UNENCUMBERED FOR
cash: good neighborhood, not too far out.
Full details requested. Address Box 40*-E
gitr office. *
I PAY CASH FOR WASHINGTON PROP
•rty. Get my Drice before you sell. G. G
DUTY, 1024 Vermont ave. Natl. 448;.
3J_*_
WILL BUY I
Small homes or investment wroperties for ;
Cash. Prices must be right. Write or |
phone. J DALLAS GRADY. 1104 Vt. ave. I
p.w. District 1117!* '
WILL PAY ALL CASH
For brick home: must be bargain: no agents.
Mr. CALLANAN. Natl. 81)51. 1430 Κ St.
HAVE CLIENT TO BUY SMALL BRICK
houses. Quick cash settlement.
HARRY B. PITTS CO..
1015 15th St. N.W. Metropolitan 0100. |
IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR REAL
estate quickly, see
ROBERT L. McKEEVER CO., Inc.
232 Shoreham Bldg. National 4750.
SALE OR RENT—HOUSES.
COLORED—7 R . ELEC.. FURNACE HEAT;
lot 55x150; porches, gar.: cars 1 square;
réf. C. B. MUNSON. Clarendon 2104
SALE—SUBURBAN.
BUNGALOWS. HOUSES AND LOTS FOR
sale ROBERT E. LOHR. .til Cedar at.,
Tekoma Park. Phone Georgia 0881.
NEW BRICK BUNGALOW, β RMS . BATH,
h.-w. heat, automatic oil burner, rock wool
Insulation, metal weather-stripped. West
Inghouse refrigerator, garage. This house
It exceptionally complete. Owner has lived
In It less than two months: must sell, leav
ing for Florida. Price. $5,050. Will also
aell all furniture, rugs. etc. 43 Fort ave..
Lyon Park. Clarendon, Va. Walnut 8757.
10·
NEW BRICK BUNGALOW IN LYON VIL··
laie. 1 mile from Key Bridge out Wilson
blvd.: 6 rooms, tile bath, hot-water heat.
•11 modern improvements; lot 50x125
Price. $0,!i50. on terms.
LYON._INC . Walnut 8410.
NEW 5-ROOM BUNGALOW* 11 / ACRES
rich garden land, «2.050; 3-roorn house.
7 acres. $1.450; 3 acres, 3-room house.
$000; 3 acres, beautiful site. *500: ti
acres, wooded good building site. $000. I
1 Va acres, rich garden laud. $:i5o: terms.
EVERETT PUMPHREY. Forestville. Md.
Phone Marlboro H(i-P-i l. ·
FOR SALE—ROSEMONT PARK VA.—7
building lota, 60x100. a.m l.. $4.">o to $000
each; terms. H. B. TERRETT. Adams
«344,
SEVERAL DESIRABLE ACREAGE TRACTS,
water, sewerage and other improvements
• vallable: prices attractive. Β. M. SMITH.
Arlington. Va. Phone Clarendon 2038.
MÔME SITE AND A BUSINESS COMBINED.
1 acres over «00 feet fronting on 7th st.
Bike; 1 mile this side of Olney Inn Con
tains one of the most beautiful old oak
troves on highest elevation for miles
•roui d. Also a tea room: Ideal for fruit
stand, and a completely equipped gas sta
tion. There are over 100 young fruit trees
lust starting to bear, and grapes: ? well,
•lectrlc Dump and sewerage system. Rea
sonable terms to responsible party. For
inspection, call Mr. Thomas.
ROBERT L. McKEEVER CO.,
232 Shoreham Bldg. National 4750.
BEAUTIFUL ENGLISH 8TUDIO TYPE
new home of 6 rooms. 2 hatha and lava
tory, recreation room with fireplace: on
lot 60x140 in rapidly developing commu
nity in nearby Virginia. A real home at I
price and terms that will interest those
considering the maximum for their money.
BOSS & PHELPS.
λ. rioFrisnn BH <"fl*rendon. Walnut 8815.
BENT—SUBURBAN.
MODERN BUNGALOWS AND HOUSE8,
furnished and unfurn.. nearby Md„ Va.,
D. C. Auto service tor Inspection. LESLIE
D. MEASELL. phone Cleveland :t«65. 10*
PRIVATE GARDENS. ARTISTIC 3-ROOM
«let. apt., kitchen. Frigidaire, bath, shower,
oil heat; 2 adult»: $76; furn. or unfurn.
Phone Walnut 01*11-J. · _
OAKCREST. VA.—NEW BRICK COLONIAL
home on beautiful shaded lot, 10 minutes
from the White House, and view of Wash
initon: 4 bed rooms. M'A baths: living
room 32 feet lone, with fireplace; air
conditioned, cooper wire screened and
weather-stripped, oil burner, electric re
friteratlon. «as ranee and automatic (a*
water heater: maid's room with bath, also
recreation room in basement, laundry
room, built-in Karate: 4 mile from Army
and Navy Country Club. Must be seen to
be appreciated SffiO per month. Call
J. LEE PRICE. Oakcrest Office, phone
Clarendon '!7'2.
BEAUTIFUL 8-ROOM DWELLING. HOT
water heat, oil burner ans. electricity,
î-cir garage; lot lnitxMO ft., shade,.
Hewers; ÎTA month. ERVIN REALTY CO., 1
oall Hyattsvlllt 795.
SALE OR RENT—SUBURBAN.
BERWYN HTS . NEARLY 1 A..'COR.. 6-R.
fr.. e. 1.. water ."><>: W. Springfield,
·'<» a., old 7-r. fr.. us is. $17."»U mo.; Md
Pk.. 5-r. fr.. e. 1 . water. Λ cor. lots,
S'!îî.5(). Above and Tuxedo. Seabrook. W.
Glenn Dale Mt. Rainier. Brentwood. Sell
cheap: terms. 7-!· phone Georgia
Ν Ε RYQW CO . |·Π6 Ν Y. Ave.. Natl 7907.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Eieht rooms and bath, h.-w.h.. porches,
garage, shade trees, shrubbery, large lot;
rental. Β M. SMITH, ciar.
RENT—STOKES.
BATTERY-PARK MD —MODERN BRICK
In commercial trianrle: entrance and dis
play windows on both Old Georgetown rd.
and Wilson lane: 000 square feet; $30 per
month_Attractiye lease to good grocer *
STORE ON CORNER. !>th AND MASS
ave n e.. Hox2o feet, occupied 8 years ior
radio, battery and auto accessories: suit
able for laundry, dry cleaning or sea food
Will remodel to suit tenant. Apply t>01
A tt. M.
1<i!> G ST. N.W.—STORE. EL . HT.$27.50
2301 Sherman ave n.w.—Store.'Jr. 45.50
-114 Ν y. ave. n.w.—Store. 4 r.. b..
electricity soon
142* Ν Cap st.—Store. 4 r .'12,511
2034 Geomia ave.—Store. 2 r ... 35.50
M. FRANK RUPPERT
1021_ 7 th _St._N.W. National B510.
14·::· NORTH CAPT. ST.—STORE
and swelling $125.0(1
433 4'j st s.w.—Store, dwelling.. 30 5o
1108 You st. n.w 25.50
JAMES F SHEA ESTATE.
_ 'M.I Indiana_Ave^N.W.
3407 CONN. AVE. N.W.
NEAR CITY BANK.
Excellent lor Beauty Salon Caterer
or High Ciass Gown Shop
54 x42' or 24 xiOO . with heat.
THOS. E. CLARK. Cleveland 7122.
SALE OR EXCHANGE.
WILL SELL OR TRADE IN GOOD-SIZE
lot in Malvern Hills Asheville. N. C.. for
lot in Washington. Apply Apt. 674.
Wardman Park Hotel.
SMALL COLORED AND WHITE DWELL
ings. income-producing properties: for sale
or exchange; metropolitan district. Mary
land. Address Box 45H-E. Star office. *
MODERN FIREPROOF DOWNTOWN
apartment building, all rented. Will ex
change for building ground in D. C.
W. H. WALKER.
734 15th St. W.W. National 1680.
14th ST. NEAR THOMAS CIRCLE—MOD
ern 3-story brick building containing
large store and two S-room and bath
apartments, oil burner, etc. Will sell on
easy terms or consider trade
W H WALKER.
7.'i4 15th St. N.W. National 1 080,.
WESTERN AVE. AT CHEVY CHASE CIR
cle. D C —Handsome 3-story and cellar
Colonial brick 10 rooms. 2 baths. Modern
in every detail and excellently adaptable
for use by physician.
W. H. WALKER.
7.Ί4 ί 5th St. N.W. National 1080.
EXCHANGE.
YOUR TRADING PROBLEMS SOLVED
QUICKLY. W. B. PICHLER. 1505 Κ N.W.
RESULTS SINCE_1!>24. NATL.7800. ·
LET US KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE AND
want. Exchanging real estate our specially.
ROBERT L. McKEEVER CO., Inc.
232 Shoreham Bldg. National 4750.
WANT MODERN HOME IN GOOD NORTH -
west section 10 trade for $20.000. un
encumbered. »-room. 2-bath. oil-heated,
modern brick home, on the most exclusive
street In Annapolis, Md. Terraced lawn
to water and Dier.
ROBERT L. McKEEVER CO.,
2.Ί2 Shoreham Bldg. National 4750.
_WATERFRONT PROPERTY.
ATTRACTIVE BRICK BUNGALOW. EP
ping Forest: furnished, including electric
refrigerator and radio Bargain at $2.75(1.
CHAS. F_LEE Annapolis. Md.
AT BAY RIDGE." ALL-YEAR COTTAGE
fronting directly on water: wonderful
house, in excellent condition: $7.000. W.
G. WILLIAMS. .'!5U5 Rittenhouse it. Phone
Cleveland «242. 10'
NEAR ANNAPOLIS—1 ACRR BUNGALOW,
electricity, wide water, private sandy beach,
shade trees: $2.500: terms, cash. Phone
Cleveland <1242. 10*
FURNISHED BUNGALOW. BATH. FOR
season; near Annapolis. Mr«. WILL CARR.
Edgewater Md. 8*
SALE—INVESTMENT PROPERTY.
NEW APARTMENT BLDG.. 4 APART
ments. each containing large living room,
dinette, bed room, kitchen, bath, screened
concrete and steel sleeping porch, roof
insuluted with wool, furred walls, auto
matic heat, furnished by tenant: excellent
n.w. section. Rent. $1 .K:i2 year. Price
SI 5.000. BOS3 & PHELPS. 1417 Κ St. n.w.
WOODRIDGE — TWO 5-ROOM FRAME
houses with extra lot adjoining: rented at
S50.M6: $5.250. Phone Columbia H1:I5.
A GOOD INCOME WITH SAFETY I
Corner, modern 2-story brick, contain
ing ti ants, of rooms, tiled bath and
screened oorch each: separate entrances,
separate hot-water heating units. Splen
did white rental neighborhood. . Total in
come $2.400 per year. Priced at only
$10.500 to net 15% return on investment.
SHANNON & LUCHS CO..
1605 Η St. N.W. National 2345.
5ÏÏT5Ô(rÎÔ~SËTTÏS~ÀN ESTATE;
A well-tented brick, in the west end,
having ti rooms, bath, elec., hot-water
heat.
CHAS. L. NORRIS,
2135 Pa. Ave. N.W. West U475. «
An Excellent Investment.
FIVE-ROOM BRICK.
Rent $240 Year—Price. $1.650.
Howenstein Realty Corp.,
1406 H St. N.W. District 7877.
SALE—LOTS.
BEAUTIFUL HOME 8ITES IN THE ONLY
subdivision on Mt. Vernon tolvd.. 8 miles
from Washington; imall cash payment,
balance easy terms. Address Box 4U2-E,
Star office.
LYON PARK. VA. — EXCELLENT LOT.
residential section: size 40x150; water,
■as. elec.: macadam road, cement sidewalk.
Phone Walnut 8965.
30 LOTS. 25*140 EACH: QUICK SALE,
$75 each; terms. S2 a month. Drive out
Pa. ave. s.e. to Marlboro pike to District
Heights. Inquire in office. 10»
ON THE NEW LEE BLVD.,. VA., A NEW
subdivision. 10 minutes to Lincoln Memo
rial. now being developed: will soon be
ready. A limited number of cites (60x170)
will be featured at $450 with terms. In
vestigate now for advance information.
340 Munsey Bldg. Phone Adams 17S6._
TWO VACANT LOTS. D ST. BETWEEN
1st and 2nd sts. s.e.. near House of Rep
resentatives Office Bldg. Apply Ε WW. D.
COLEMAN, ninJ). Y. ave. n.w.
CHEVY CHASE. D. C„ Λ let OPP MUJ
tary rd.—All improvements included. Bar
gain at $2.300 cash. Inquire at 6209
12th «t. n.w. or call Georgia 6848. it*
OUT-OF-TOWN REAL ESTATE.
"OA Κ LANDS " ON PEACH BL0680M
Cieck. miles from Easton. Md.. State
road to entrance. Comfoitable house, com
pletely furnished; linens and silver Includ
ed: $!!Γ>Ιί month. For further particulars,
address JOHN V. D. TWEEDY Baiti
I more Trust Bids.. Baltimore. Md.
^ALE—BUSINESS PROPERTT~
A SECOND-COMMERCIAL BRICK ON LOT
I 14H feet deep to wide alley. Near 10th
; and L its n.w.; $ti,5<io.
CHAS. L. NORRIS,
21.15 Pa. Ave. N.W. West 0475. ·
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON D C REAL ESTATE
at lowest rates Prompt service JESSE
L. HEISKELL. 1115 Eve St. n.w.
S100 to $500 000.
ONLY REPAY 50C PER WEEK
On each $100 borrowed one of our plans
Loans procured on AUTOS 1st 2nd and
: Ird trusts; fixtures. Inheritance stocks
! bonds
; DR A HENRY INC. 1016 EYE ST Ν W
«Where Eye meets Ν Y ave.) Phone Ν a
I tionai 4'iT.j.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money for First Trust. D. C Mortgage.
No Delays—*i'r Interest.
I No Charge Unless Loan Is Made.
Submit Full Particulars.
Howenstein Realty Corp.,
140rt Η St. Ν W. District TKT7.
MONEY TO LOAN.
THE FIDKUTY PLAN CORP 1400 L ST
η w.—Credit service: courteous reasonable
prompt Fhone National βΐ 50.
LOANS UP TO f'tno
KRAF1 LOAN CO
330'! R I Ave Greenwood 1404.
LOANS
$50 TO $300.
LINCOLN SERVICE CORPUS"8
Woodward Bids iSfh 2H£TION
Phone Nationa* ^oî?;t N w
AUTO LOANS.
AUTO LOANS QUICKLY!
Service at home by appointment. 0%
per annum. 12-month plan
UNITED FINANCE CO
9J3 W. Y. Ave (Cor. 10th). Natl. 6555.
AUTO LOANS PROCURED.
FINANCE SERVICE. INC..
_»Η»Ν. Y. Ave. N.W. Natl. 3804. 8805.
NEED MONEY QUICKLY?
AUTO BANKERS CO 003 Ν Y AVE N.W
PERSONAL LOAN COMPANIES.
Operating Under Uniform
Small Loan Laws
LOANS UP TO §300
On Autos. Furniture and Endorser·.
THE STATE LOAN CO..
8309 R I Ave.. Mt Rainier. Md
Phone Decatur 55i.V
AMERICAN
SMALL LOAN COMPANY
û happy to announce
that it has changed the name of
its office located at
ARLINGTON TRUST RUILDINO
ROSSLYN, VIRGINIA
Domestic Finance
Corporation
A SMALL LOAN COMPANY
under which name its office will be
conducted in the future.
Courteous and prompt service
will be continued on
Household, Auto and Co-Maker Loans
of #300 or less.
Telephone: West 0305>0306
Atmm Personnel—Same Management
LonnsuPTOfloo
Household Loans
Automobile Loans
Co-Maker Loans
It In ft comforting thought te
know that In an emergency, you
will ftnil thla tnatitntlnn ready
and willing to aid In every way
poulhle to help «In vonr money
snhlnM.
t. Kill· CASH or let· can be nb·
' talned on hooeehnld farnltnr·
without endorsers.
*. f:iOO CASH or laaa la available
to automobile owner* while ear
remain· In their PMSMiloB.
t. WOO CASH or law may be bor
rowed oa aa endorsed Bote with·
oat other aeearftr.
■ETHE1DA PERSONAL BANKER»
IM2 WImmuIh Am. Blttuiia. M4
WIwmiIi «73
MARYLAND PERSONAL BANKERS
mi GMrfl· An. Silver lirlie, MB
SHltNrB 2852
PUBLIC (MALL LOAN COMPANY
7 Harltv An. Raulya, V»
WEit 2449
PEOPLES PERSONAL RANKERS
130· RlwB». Mui am.
Bit Rainier, MB. Otutar I14B
SALE—FARMS.
OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN AN ESTATE
oil hard - surfaced road containing Hi*
acres, overlooking Richmond-Washington
No. 1 Highway from the house which con
tains Jd rooms and bath, with hot-water
heat, electric lights. 4 sleeping porches:
also 2 tenant houses, large barn. Springs
on this property are renowned for the
wonderful water. Was foreclosed and now
offered for $14,000; terms. S2.500 cash,
balance over long period. Address Box
441-E. Star office. _ m
ABOUT TO RETIRE? OWNER HA8 2
acres land with small cottage for sale at
Mt Vernon. Va . on paved road; excellent
place for chickens and Harden: plenty of
water for irrigation; 51.500. Address Box
47.S-E Star_office. 10·
UNUSUAL WATER-FRONT BARGAIN.
Large house overlooking river, also ten
ant house and set of farm buildino; 2(>o
acres (150 tillable) splendid aoil. with
over a mile and a half frontage of safe,
sandy bathing beach, in quaint and his
toric St. Marys City Md . noted for the
sincere hospitality of Its people. An abun
dance of delicious sea foods and wild
game of many varieties, where every man
Is and always has been a king (even dur
ing prohibition·. property priced less
than many adjolnlne Inland farms. If
you have $5.000 or noo to invest. In
vestigate this place and It will surely sell
itself to you
JOHN A, BRICKLEY.
Suite gnfl-·.110 Barr B)dg District 7321.
FARM HUNTERS,
ATTENTION!
(Here Is Montgomery Cornty's greatest
value)—233 acres. Just across from a
Quarter-million-dollar esrate: over half
mile frontage on good road: only :io min
utes' drive from our ofHce: 100 acres under
cultivation, flne orchard, half dozen wonder
ful springs water in every field, well
fenced, rich, rolling land (grows .15 bush
els of wheat to acre): good tenant house,
main house in liveable condition: suitable
for remodeling. Will be sold for less than
half the price asked for adjoining prop
erty To inspect, call Mr Thomas,
ROBERT L. McKEEVER CO.,
232 Shorcham Bldg. National 4T50.
WANTED—FARMS.
LIST YOUR FARMS WITH US -WE HAVE
cients who want large and small farms
or acreage in nearby Maryland and Vir
ginia Our farm department Is In charge
of expert farm appraisers and salesmen
ROBERT L. McKEEVER CO., Inc.
232 Shoreham Bldg Phone National 4750.
SALE—HOME SITES.
2 OF THE" FINEST HOMB SITES. .1 ACRES
each' one beautifully wooded, fronting on
Bradley Blvd . near Wilson Lane: one front
ing on Wilson Lane, near Bradley Blvd :
ready for landscaping. Attractively priced.
Call Mr. Thomas.
ROBERT L. McKEEVER CO.,
·:.{■: Shoreham Bldg. National 4
AUCTION SALES—FUTURE DAYS.
THOS. J. OWEN Λ SON. AUCTIONEERS.
1431 EYE ST. N.W.
TRUSTEES SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE BEING A DETACHED
THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING
CONTAINING NINE ROOM8 AND
TWO BATHS. KNOWN A8 201D
WYOMING AVENUE NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
recorded In Liber No. GS72. iollo 220. of
the land records of the District of Colum
bia and at the request of the party se
cured thereby the undersigned will sell
at public auction, in front of the premises,
on WEDNESDAY. THE THIRTEENTH
DAY OF MARCH. 111.15, AT THREE
THIRTY O'CLOCK PM.. the following
described land and premises, situate in
the District of Columbia, and being lot
numbered sixtee» (16) In Frank L. Han
vey's subdivision of lots In "Wyoming
Terrace," as oer plat recorded in Liber
County No. 11. it folio 6. of the records
of the office of the surveyor for the
District of Columbia; said property now
known ίor purposes of assessment and
taxation as lot numbered sixteen (lfl) In
square numbered twenty-five hundred and
thirty-six 125301.
Terms of sale: Purchaser to pay one
fourth of the purchase price In cash, the
balance In three Installments in one. two
and three years, respectively, with Interest
at the rate of *ix (6) per centum per
annum and secured by deed of trust on
the property sold, or all cash, at the
option of the purchaser: taxes paid or
adjusted to the date of «ale: purchaser to
pay interest cn purchase price from date
of sa'e to date of settlement at six (Hi
, per centum per annum: all conveyancing,
recording, revenue stamps, etc.. at the
cost of the purchaser: sood title or no
sale A deposit of ί'.'δΟ will be required
at the time of sale and settlement to be
, within thirty (30) days of the date o!
I '-ale. or denoslt forfeited, and the property
resold, at (he cost and risk of the default
ing purchaser, after five (B) days' pre
vious advertisement of said resale In
some newspaper published in Washing
ton. D. C
J. WRILEY JACOBS.
Surviving Trustee.
825 lfith St. N.W..
mh2-d&ds.ex8u Washington. D. O.
THOS- J OWEN ft 80N. AUCTIONEERS.
1431 EYE ST. W!W.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE DE
TACHED STONE DWELLING. SIT
UATE AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER
OF SEVENTEENTH AND CRITTEN
DEN STREETS. BEING PREMISES
NO. 1814 CRITTENDEN STREET
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
duly recorded In Liber No. 610!·. folio 471
et seq of 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, ID front
of the premises, on MONDAY. THE
ELEVENTH DAY OF MARCH. A.D. 1!)3;>.
AT THREE O'CLOCK P.M., the following
deicribed land and premises, situate in the
District of Columbia, and designated as
and being lots sixteen (16) and seventeen
(17) In square twenty-six hundred and
flfty-two (2652) in Mary G. Macben s
subdivision of part of the tract of land
called "Argyle, Cowl and Lorn." as per
plat recorded in Liber No. 73. folio 83.
of the records ot the office of the sur
veyor of the District of Columbia. Said
lot seventeen (17) being subject to the
building restriction line established and
shown on plat recorded In Liber No 72.
folio 50. of the aforesaid surveyor's office
records: subject to covenanta of record
Terms of sale: One-fourth of the pur
chase money to be paid In cash, balance In
three equal Installments, payable In one.
two ano three years, with interest at 6
per centum Der annum, payable semi
annually from day of sale, secured by
first deed of trust upon the property sold,
or all cash, at the option of the pur
chaser. The purchaser to pay Interest
on the purchase price from the day ot sale
to the date of settlement at β per eent.
A deposit of #1.000 in eash or certified
cheek will be required at time of sale. All
conveyancing, recording, revenue stampa.
etc. at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale
to b· complied with within thirty days
from day of sale, otherwise the trustee
'eserves the right to resell the property,
at the risk βηΊ cost of defaulting pur
chaser. after live days' advertisement of
such resale in some newspaper published
in Washington. D. C. _
WATSON P. CLARK.
fe27-dftdbs.exSu Survint Truste·.
AUCTION SALES—TODAY.
THOS. J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS.
14.il EYE ST. N.W.
TRUSTEE S SALE~OF VALUABLE THREE
STORY BRICK DWELLING KNOWN
AS J40» SIXTEENTH STREET ι
NORTHWEST
By virtu*· of a certain deed of trust,
duly recorded in Liber No (S325. lolio --l
et seq of the land records of the District
ol Columbia and at the request ol the
party secured thereby the undersigned
trustee will sell at public auction, in front
of the premises, on FRIDAY THE EIGHTH
DAY OP MARCH A.D lU.l.V AT FOUR
THIRTY Ο CLOCK Ρ M . the following
described land and premise», situate 111 the
District ol Columbia and designated as
, and beins all oi lot *5 and the north hall
! of lot H4 in C. J HlUyer's subdivision of
ι suuare JS»5 as per plat recorded in Liber
No II folio it!» of the records of the
! office of the surveyor of the District of
Columbia . .
Terms of sale: One-third of the pur
' chase money to be paid in cash balance in
I two equal installments payable In one and
ι two years with interest at six per centum
p»r annum payable semi-annually, from
dav of sale, secured by first deed of trust
upon the property sold or all cash at the
I option of the purchaser. A deposit of
M t>oo will be reoulred at time of sale.
All conveyancing recording etc.. it cost
of purchaser Terms of sale to be com
I plied with within thirty days ftom day of
I sale otherwise the trustee reserves the
right tc resell the property at the risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser after
five days' advertisement of such resale in
some newspaper published in Washing
ton. D C
AMERICAN SECURITY AND
TRUST COMPANY Trustée.
By HOWARD MORAN
Vice President.
Attest:
A. H SHILLINGTON
Assistant Secretary.
fe?fi-d&ds exSu
ADAM A. WESCHLER h SON. Auctioneer*.
i TRUSTEES' SALE OP-DETACHED FRAME
BUNGALOW NO 1.Ί01 FORTY
FOURTH PLACE SOUTHEAST ι COR
NER REED TERRACE ι.
Bv virtue of a deed of trust recorded in
Liber No ·ίβ:ΐ4 folio CRT et seq . one of the
land records of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of party secured there
by the undersigned trustees will offer for
sale by public auction, in front of premise»,
j on FRIDAY THE EIGHTH DAY OF
MARCH 10Î5. AT FOUR-THIRTY
O'CLOCK Ρ M., the following-described
property In the District of Columbia, to
w:t : Lots Π.1 and f>4 In square 53Π.Υ
I "Bradburv Heights." as per plat recorded
I In the office of the surveyor for the District
: of Columbia In Liber 4'J. at folio
Terms of sale: One-fourth of the pur
j chase money to be paid in cash balance in
equal Installments represented by prom
issory notes of purchaser payable In one.
two and three years with interest at six
per cent per annum from day of sale, pay
able semi-annually secured by first deed
of trust upon property sold or all cash, at
option of purchaser A deposit of ΐ'.'ιιο
cash required of purchaser at sale. Ex
amination of title conveyancing recording,
i revenue stamps and notarial fees at cost
i of purchaser. Terms to be complied with
within thirty days from day of sale other
wise trustees reserve the right to resell
property at risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser after five days' advertisement
of such resale In some newspaper published
In Washington D C.. or deposit may be
fo-feited or without forfeiting deposit
trustees may evail themselves of any legal
or equitable rights against defaulting pur
chaser.
RAYMOND J. VTERBUCHEN,
EDMUND M. EMMERICH
fe2R."8.mh'2.5.8 TYusteea.
TOMORROW.
SS Storage and
Estate Sale
Of
Household Effects of
Every Description,
RE6ISTERF" Jewelry, Etc.
At Public Auction
at Sloan's Galleries
715 13th St.
SATURDAY
March 9th, 1935
At 10 A.M.
Bv order of James R. Kirkland. at
tornev lor the Lean Estate, the Union
Storage Co. tor storage charges and
others.
TERMS: CASH
C. G. Sloan ft Co.. Inc., Aneti.
mh7.8
AUCTION OF ANTIQUE pistols. plank
bottom chair·. six-ierted walnut drop
leaf table, cherry chest» of drawer·,
corner cupbeards. spool and rope beds,
andiron·, carriage lamp·, claisware,
INDIAN RELICS—MARCH 9. All day.
Term»: Cash. Dealers brine your
wagons. Immediate removal required.
Greenberg of Washington
First St. N. W.. at Ν. Y. A*e.
TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY
out in the country hunting antiques.
FRI.. SAT., SUN., MON. In ay head
quarter·. *
Adam A. Wuchler * Son, Auctioneers.
HOUSEHOLD and OFFICE
FURNITURE
NEW DRESSES-COATS
Suites, Desirable Odd
Piece·, Rugs, Pianos, Elec.
Washing Machine, Oak
Flat-top and Typewriter
Desks, Burroughs Adding
Machine, Typewriter, Etc.
By Auction
AT WESCHLER'S
915 Ε St. N.W.
TOMORROW
Commencing at 9 O'clock A.M.
at a r.*.
LADIES' HIGH-GRADE
DRESSES—COATS
WRAPS—NEGLIGEES
j| mh7.*
s
AUCTION SALES—TOMORROW.
WEichberg Auction Sale*, Inc.
f AITTIOM.ERS
> AUCTION SALE
>70 Automobiles
V
t 1227 R St. N.W.
f SATURDAY
V March 9th
Γ 12:30 O'Clock
f 1933 Plymouth Sedan
\ 1933 Chevrolet Sedan
Κ Many Late Model Cars
C GUS EICHBERG
W AICTIONEERS
Automobiles
AT WESCHLERS
AI TO Al'C TION
920 H St. N.W.
TOMOBBOW. 1U A.M.
FITIBE DAYS.
THOS. J. OWEN Ac SON. AUCTIONEERS.
14111 EYE ST. N.W.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF PREMISES 1831
SECOND STREET NORIHEAST. 1M- ]
PROVED BY MODERN FOUR-STORY
BRICK BUILDING CONTAINING :
THIRTY - SIX APARTMENTS AND
known as the Mckinley apart
ments.
In the Supreme Court of the District of
Columbia, holding an Equity Court—C.
Matilda Minke. plaintitt. vs. Henry P.
Blair et al., defendants. Equity No
5:t5«l.—Notice Is hereby given that In
pursuance oi a decree of the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia, entered I
March inns, and supplement thereto
entered March Η. 1ί*:ΐό. in the above- !
entitled cause, the undersigned, appointed
by said decree as trustees to make the
sale therein provided, will, offer lor «aie
at public auction, at the premises, to the
highest bidder or bidders, on the EIGHTH
DAY OF APRIL. llia.V AT FOUR Ο CLOCK
PM. the following-described land and
premises, situate in the District of Colum
bia. and being lots numbered ten <lil> and
eleven <11· in block numbered Ave <">).
"Eckingtou" or George Truesdells Addi
tion to the City of Washington.'' as per
plat recorded in the office of the surveyor
for the District of Columbia in Liber
County li. at folio S.ï: said block numbered
five <.V. beini! now known for purposes ot
assessment and taxation as square num
bered thirty-flve hundred and sixty-einht
(HfitiK). tonetUer with all and singular the
improvements, ways, easements, rights,
privileges, hereditaments and appurte
nances thereunto belonging or In anywise
appertaining including storm and screen
windows and doors, gas. sveain. electric
and other heating and lighting apparatus
and all other fixtures appurtenant to the !
said premises.
Terms of sale: One-third of the pur
chase money to be paid In cash and the
balance in two equal installments, pay
able In one and two years from the day of
sale and to be represented by the prom
issory notes of the purchaser, bearing in
terest at the rate of six per centum per
annum, payable semi-annually, and se
cured by deed of trust on the property
sold or all cash, at the option of the pur
chaser. Taxes to be adjusted to date of
sale All conveyancing, notary fees and
recording at purchaser s cost. A deposit
of ST>.<IOO cash or first deed of trust notes ι
secured on the property in the face
amount of $10.000 will be required at
time of sale. The right is reserved to the |
court to retake and resell the property
directed by the decree to be sold upon
such notice as It may direct at the risk
and cost of the purchaser, in the event
that any purchaser shall fail to complete
his bid by making the additional payments |
on account of the purchase price within :
thirty days after the entry of the order |
confirming the sale, or within such addi
tional time as may hereafter be allowed
by the court. At 10 o'clock in the fore
noon on the l'îth day of April, lli.'lft. or
If said sale shall be adjourned, then on
the fourth day following the conclusion
of the bidding at such adjourned sale, or
if said fourth day be Saturday. Sunday or
a legal holiday, then on the next day not
Saturday. Sunday or a legal holiday, the
trustees will report the result of said sale
to the court for such orders, judgments
and decrees concerning said sale and the
matter remaining fo be adjudicated herein
as may by the court be then deemed
proper and desirable. And. as provided
by said decree notice Is hereby given that
the above-entitled cause Is hereby set for
further hearing before the court at the
time and place of the making of the
above-directed report to the court, and
such hearing will be had without further
notice to any party. Dated Washington.
D C.. March 7. 10.Ί5.
, JAMES J. BECKER
50.1 Ε Street N.W.,
Washington. D. C.
LOUIS H. MANN
Room 900. 817 15th St. N.W..
Washington. D. C..
tnhS,15.22.29 Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS. I
14.11 EYE ST. N.W.
TRUSTEES SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE. CONSISTING OF A TWO
STORY. SEMI-DETACHED BRICK
DWELLING. CONTAINING SIX ROOMS
AND BATH. WITH GARAGE. LO
CATED AT 4010 WISCONSIN AVE
NUE NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
duly recorded in Liber No. folio 4<>N
et «eq.. of the land records of the District
or Columbia, 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 DAY OF MARCH. A.D.
1035. AT FOUR-THIRTY Ο CLOCK PM.
the following-described land and prem
ises. situate In the District of Columbia,
and designated as and beina lot numbered
twenty-flve (25) In square numbered six
teen hundred and seventy-one (1(171) in
the subdivision made by Karl F Brodt
and others of part of "Friendship." aa
per plat recorded in the office of the sur
veyor for the District of Columbia in
Liber 07. at folio 2.
Terms of tale: One-third of the pur
chase money to be paid In cash, balance
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 first deed
of trust upon the property sold, or *11
cash at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of $1.000 In cash or certified check
will be required at time of sale. All con
veyancinc. recording, etc.. at cost of pur
chaser Terms of sale to be comnlied
with within thirty days from day of sale,
otherwise the trustee reserves the right
to resell the property at the risk and cost
of defaultlnc purchaser, after five days'
advertisement of such resale in some news
paper published in Wsshlnaton. D C.
ROBERT L McKEEVER
Surviving Truste·.
MM.β.8.11,12.13.14 «
AUCTION SALES—FLJX'RE DAYS.
THOS. J OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
14:tl EYE ST Ν W. r .
TRUSTEE S SALE OF VALLABLE REAL
ESTATE. IMPROVED BY LARGE
TWO-STORY STUCCO BRICK \ND
FRAME RESIDENCE WITH CELLAR
KNOWN AS PREMISES I
TWENTY-NINTH STREET NORTH
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, j
duly recorded In Liber No. Λ4Ί1. loho ,
1·»» et seq.. of the land recoid.·. of the
Disti rt of Columbia, and at îhe request
of the paity secured thereby, the under
signed trustee «ill sell at public auction.
In front of the premises, on-MONDAY
THE EIOHTEENTH DAY OF MARCH, A D
lH.tr>. AT FOUR Ο CLOCK Ρ M the
folio» ing-described land and premises,
situate in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being parts of lots
numbered two hundred and sixty-seven
and two hundred and sixty-six
i-Mii) ir square numbered twelve hundred
and sixty-seven <1ΐ·Ι7>. Beginning for1
the same at the northwest corner of said
lot numbered two hundred and sixty-seven
<·-'»>Τ) ana running thence east along the
south line of ' Q" Street To feet: thence
south *(i feet: thence west 70 feet to east
line of Twenty-ninth Street: and thence
north along said east line of Twenty- ;
Ninth Street sn leet to the beginning.
Terms of sale: One-fifth of the pur- ;
chase money to be paid in cash, balance in
four equal installments, payable in one.
two. three and four years, with interest a t
tl per centum per annum, payable quarterly
from day of sale secured by first deed
of trust upon the property sold, or all
cash at the option of the purchaser. A
aepusit 01 **4..~>·>ιι will be required at time
of sale Examination of title, conveyanc
ing recording revenue stamps, etc.. at
cost of purchaser. Terms ot sale to be
compiled with within thirty days from day
of sale, otherwise the trustee reserves the
right to resell the property, at the risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser after |
five days advertisement of such resale
in some newspaper published in Wash
ington D. C or deposit may be for
feited. or without forfeiting deposit, trus
tee may avail itself of any legal or equit
able rights against defaulting purchaser.
AMERICAN SECURITY AND
TRUST COMPANY, Trustee.
By WM. L. BEALE.
Vice President.
(Seal.i Attest:
A H SHD-LINGTON.
Assistant Secretary.
mhT-did? exSu
ADAM A WESCHLER 4 SON Auctioneer*
Trustees' Sale of Valuable
Unimproved Real Estate,
Between Thirty-fifth and
Thirty-sixth Streets, Water
Street and Potomac River,
Containing 9,395 Square
Feet, More or Less, Known
as Reynold's Boat House.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia, passed 1
in Equitv Cause No Γ»4·»*4. the under- '
signed trustees will offer for sale by pub- ;
lie auction, in front of the premises, on j
TUESDAY. THE NINETEENTH DAY OP
MARCH. JiKtS. AT FIVE Ο CLOCK P.M .
the following-described land and prem
ises situate in the District of Columbia,
to wit: Lot V05. square llTi», known as
"that part of a tract of land called Froe
land' In Peter. Beatty. Threlkel and Dea
kin's Addition to Georgetown embraced
in square 1170." more particularly de
scribed by metes and bounds in the decree
for sal· in the above-entitled cause, which
will be read at time of sale.
Terms of sale: Property will be sold
subject to a prior deed of trust for Stf.500.
now overdue balance one-third cash, the
remainder in two equal installments rep
resented by the promissory notes of the
purchaser payable in one and two years,
with interest at six per cent per annum
from day of sale, payable semi-annually,
secured by deed of trust upon the prop
erty sold, or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser. A deposit of $5im required of
purchaser at time of sale. All conveyanc
ing. recording, revenue stamps and nota
rial fee* at cost of purchaser. Terms of
sale to be complied with within thirty days
from day of. sale, otherwise the trustees
reserve the right to resell the property, at
the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser
alter nve days* advertisement of such
resile In some newspaper published In the
city of Washington. D. C.
REEVES R HILTON.
Investment Building.
WI S- J- L'HOMMEDIEU.
Washington Loan & Trust Bide..
_ mh,-d&dg.exSu Trustees.
Λα am A, Weschler & Son. Auctioneers,
915 Ε Street N.W.
Bankruptcy Sale
—OF—
Ladies'—Men'i—Children'·
SHOES
BV AICTION
At 1304—7th St. N.W.
MONDAY
March tl. 1M5. 10 A.M.
Dress and Work Shoe·, Keds. Hooit
Sliopers, Galosh». Polish, National
It-Clerk. Check Register. Etc.
In re: Harrv Lewis, Bankrupt No. S17T.
Tfrms: CASH.
GEOKGE LEE BOSWELL. Trustee.
Shoreham Building.
mh7.8.0
THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
14.11 EYE ST. N.W.
TRUSTEES SALE OP VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE. KNOWN A8 NO .1(1- SOUTH
CAROLINA AVENUE SOUTHEAST.
IMPROVED BY A TWO-STORY ROW
BRICK DWELLING, CONTAINING
SIX ROOMS AND BATH.
B) virtue of a certain deed ot trust,
duly recorded In Liber No. βϋ'υ. folio 4«7
ct seq.. of the land records of the District
of Columbia, and at the request of the
party secured thereby, the undersigned
trustees will sell at public auction, in
front of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE
TWELFTH DAY OF MARCH. A.D
AT FOUR-FORTY-FIVE O'CLOCK P.M..
the following-described land and premises
situate in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being lot numbered
thirty-nine ClOi In Richard H. Bailer
and others' subdivision of lots in square
numbered seven hundred and ninety
four (7114). as per plat recorded in the
office of the surveyor for the District
of Columbia, tn Liber .'la. at folio 4.
Terms of sale: One-third of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, balance
In two equal Installments, payable in one
and two years, with interest at b per
Îentum per annum, payabla semi-annually
rom day ot sale, secured by first deed
ot trust upon the property sold, or all
cash, at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of WOO will be required at time
of sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc..
at cost of purchaser. Terms ot sale to
be romplled with within thirty days from
day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve
•he right to resell the property, at the
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser,
after five days' advertisement of such re
sale tn some newspaper published In
Washington. D C.
HENRY P. BLAIR.
ALLEN C. CLARK.
ft28-mh2,4,0.8.11.12 Trustee·.
LUCTION SALES—FUTL'RE DAYS.
Ή06 J. OWEN 4 80N AUCTIONEERS.
1431 EYE ST. N.W.
[•RUSTEES' SALE OP VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE. KNOWN AS NO I4IH
THIRTY-THIRD STREET NORTH
WEST IMPROVED BY A THREE
8TORY. 8EMI-DET ACHED BRICK
DWELLINO. CONTAINING NINE
ROOMS AND BATH _ _ ,
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
luly recorded In Ltber No. β416. folio 272
t »eq.. of the land records of the District
if Columbia, and at the request of th#
>irtjr secured thereby, the underlined
rustees will sell at public auction, in
ront of the premises, on THUR8DAY.
ΓΗΕ TWENTY-FIRST DAY OP MARCH.
ID. ΙΟ.'Ιδ AT FOUR O'CLOCK PM, th·
'ollowing-descrlbed land and premises, slt
îate In the District of Columbia, and
lesignated ai and being lot· twenty-six
2fl) and twenty-seven Î27) In B. P.
L*lghton'» subdivision of lots In "Beatty
ind Hawkins' Addition to Georgetown."
jelng In square seventy-five <7fii. George
ornn. now known as sauare one thousand
wo hundred forty-five (1245; In the City
Jf Washington, as per plat recorded in
Liber A. R. 8. folio 227. of the recorda
it the olBce of the surveyor of th·
District of Columbia
Terms of sale: One-third of the pur
rhase money to be paid in cash, balança
η two equal Installments. payable In one
and two yeara. with interest at « per
:entum per annum, payable semi-annually
From day of sale, secured by first deed of
trust upon the property sold, or all cash,
it the option of the purchaser. A deposit
5f J.Soo will be required at time of sale.
Ml conveyancing recording, etc.. at cost
3f purchaser. Terms of sale to be com
plied with within thirty days from day
af sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the
right to resell the property, at the rlslc
»nd cost of defaulting purchaser, after five
lays' advertisement of such resale in some
newspaper published in Washington D. O.
HENRY P. BLAIR,
ALLEN C. CLARK.
mhR.ll. 13.16,1H, 20.21 Trustees.
(DAM A. WESCHLER & 80N. Auctioneers.
Irustees' Sale of Valuable
Business Property, Three
Story Fireproof Building,
No. 1513-19 Fourteenth
Street Northwest.
By virtue of a deed of trust, recorded
η Liber No 671» folio 170 et aeq.. on·
jf the land records of the District of
Columbia. and at the request of party
wcured theieby. the undersigned trustee·
sill oi.er for sale, by public auction. In
ron' of premises on THURSDAY, THl
FOURTEENTH DAY OP MARCH 1A3Ô.
iT THREE Ο CLOCK Ρ M . the following
lescribed property. In the District of
Columbia, to wit: All of lots 10. 11
nd the north ten <10' feet by full
lepth of lot W In Ellab Kingman's gub
Jlvlsion of square 241. as per plat re
orded in Liber B. folio 187. of th·
ecords of the office ot th· surveyor of
he District of Columbia
Terms of sale One-fifth of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, balanc·
η eQual installments, represented by
>romissory note of purchaser, payable in
hree year», mith Interest at « per cent
3er annum from day of sale, payable
semi-annually secured by first deed of
:rust upon property sold, or all casn. at
aotion of purchaser. A deposit of *2 Sim
required of ourchaser at sale. Examina
tion of title conveyancing, recording,
revenue stamps and notarial fees at cost
af purchaser Terms to b« complied with
within thirty days from day of sale,
otherwise trustees reserve the right to
resell property at risk and cost of de
faulting purchaser, after five days' adver
tisement of such resale, in some news
paper published in Washington. D. C.. or
deposit may be forfeited, or without for
feiting deposit, trustees may avail them
selves of any leral or equitable right»
against defaultinr purchaser.
C H. POPE
WILTON J. LAMBERT.
mh*?-d&dbs exSu Trustees.
ΤΗ OS. J OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS,
14.11 EYE ST. NW.
TRUSTEES' SALE OP VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE. KNOWN AS NO 11.Ί7
LANIER PLACE NORTHWEST. IM
PROVED BY A TWO-STORY ROW
BRICK DWELLING. CONTAINING
SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
duly recorded in Liber No 4λ7 J. lollo "74
et seo . of the land records of the District
οf Columbia, and at the request of the
l-arty secured thereby the undersigned
trustees will sell at public auction, in front
of tile premises, on THURSDAY. THE
TWENTY-FIRST DAY OP MARCH. AD.
I!»:i5 AT POUR-THIRTY Ο CLOCK P.M.,
the following-described land and premises,
situate in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and being loi numbered three
hundred and eighty t.'moi, in Harry Ward
man and Thomas P. Bones' subdivision of
certain lots in Lanier Heights, as per
plat recorded in Book .'to. at page IMS. In
the surveyor's office of the District of
Columbia subject to building restriction
lire as shewn on said plat. Said property
new known lor the purposes of assessment
and taxation as lot .'<"■> in square 2582. *
Terms of sale: One-third of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, balance in
two equal Installments, payable in one
and two years, with Interest at R per
centum Der annum, payable semi-annually
from day of sale, secured by first deed of
tru,t upon the property sold or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of S5HO will be required at time
of sale All conveyancing recording, etc .
at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be
comolied with within thirty days from
day of sale, otherwise the trustee» reserve
the right to resell the property, at the
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser
after five day»' advertisement of such
resale in some newspaper published in
Washington. D. C
HENRY P. BLAIR.
ALLEN C. CLARK.
mh8.11.1.1.15.1H.Ï0.2I Trustee».
THOS. J. OWEN 4 SON AUCTIONEERS,
1431 EYE ST, N.W.
TRUSTEE S SALE OP VALUABLE BRICK
DWELLING. KNOWN AS PREMISES
NO 441 « FIFTEENTH STREET
NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia, passed
η Equity Cause No δβ!'58. 1 will sell
at publie auction in front of the premises,
on TUESDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY OP
MARCH 1!·.Ί5. AT THREE-THIRTY
Ο CLOCK P.M.. the following-described
land and premises, situate In the District
of Columbia, and being lot CP in square
~701, with the Improvements thereon,
known as 441 β Fifteenth Street Northwest,
subject to a prior first deed of trust for
S4.'.50 and second deed of trust now In
the amount of about $710.
Terms of sale The purchase price above
said prio' deeds of trust to be paid in
cash, V-00 deposit required upon accept
ance of bid All conveyancing, notary
lees and recording at purchaser's coat.
Term· of sale to be complied with within
thirty day» from day of sale, otherwise
the trustee reserves the right to rejell
•lie properly, at the risk and cost of
defaulting purchaser, alter five days'
advertisement of such resale In aome news
paper published in Washington. D. C.
H. MAX AMMERMAN
815 10th St. Ν W .
fe;S-d4ds.ex8u Truste·.
LEGAL NOTICES.
FREDERICK M. BRADLEY. Attorney.
Colorado Building.
IN THE 8UPREME COURT OP THE Dis
trict of Columbia. Holding an Equity
Court —THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND
TRUST COMPANY and ROBERT C LATI
MER Executors of the Estate of Robert J.
Fisher, deceased. Plaintiff», vs. ROBERT
BAHRY FISHER, et al.. Defendants —
Equity No ftS'J'-M.—The object of this suit
is to substitute a trustee in the place of
the resigning trustee or trustees under the
will of Robert J. Fisher, deceased. On
motion of complainants It Is this '-Mh day
of February. A D. l!l,'(5 ORDERED that
the defendant Robert Barry Fisher cause
his appearance to be entered herein on or
before the fortieth day. exclusive of Sun
days and legal holidays, occurring after
the day of the first publication of tht»
order: otherwise the cause will be pro
ceeded with as In case of default. Pro
vided. a copy of this order be published
once a week for three successive weeks In
the Washington Law Reporter, and the
Evening Star before said day. O. R.
LUHRING Justice. (Seal.) A true copy.
Test: FRANK Ε CUNNINGHAM. Clerk.
By HARRY M HULL Asst. Clerk.
mhl H.lΓ»
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED ΒΫ
the Bureau of Supplies and Account!.
Na.y Department. Washington. D. C. un
fll 10 o'clock a.m.. March 12. 1Β.Ί6, for
furbishing coke, kerosene, to the Navy
Yard Washington. D. C. Apply for pro
posals to the Bureau of Supplies and Ae
c°iints C. J. PEOPLES. Paymaster Gen
eral of the Navy. mbl.8
STEAMSHIPS.
"SUNSHINE" Cnilieg
To the West Indies or Bermuda. Book
thru your local agent or Cunard Whit·
Star Ltd 1504 Κ at η w. Wash D Ç.
MEDITERRANEAN and mil Europe.
De Luxe service on famous expreaa linera
via the smooth Southern Route.
ITALIAN LINE. One State St.. N. T. C.
WEST INDIES Λ CARIBBEAN Gl'EST
CRUISES every week with the Great
White Fleet, κι to IS day», S1S0 and up.
UNITED FRUIT CO.. Pier 3. North River.
New York City, or your travel agent.
SALE—AUTOMOBILES.
AUBURN late IR.'ll convertible; fold-down
windshield: a real sport lob; $75 down
payment. $2:» per month; powerful motor;
sxcellent condition: your old car In trade,
□as Station. 6039 Conn. ave.. corner
Nebraska.
BUIOK liKll special de luxe 4-door sedan:
*r.i lenuers. irunK racK. aimonizea dihcc
auco finish. motor Nol-an-alyred: S>«7
town. $21.11 per month. Nolan. 1111
iighteenth st. n.w.
BUICK I02H standard "β" coupe. $TO: $20
down; runs and look* good. Lee D. Butler,
[ne,. 3155 Champlaln St. n.w. ______
SUICK Itt.'io 7-passenger sedan: owned by
private party: willing to sacrifice. This
:ar Is In marvelous condition throughout:
my demonstration. Must be seen to ap
preciate Terms can be arranged. 1*05
14th st n.w. Phone North 0232. »
HUICK Royal Victoria—One of moit beau
tiful cars by Bulck: only 24.000 mile·; best
:are. Sacrifice. $175: terms. $60 cash.
Mrs. Goodwin. 3181 17th st. n.w. *
BUICK8—Î932 model 67 aedân. $695:
1032 model ft7 sedan. $53(1; 1031 model
m sedan. $300: 1931 model 96-8 coupe.
1365; 1020 model 68 coupe, $109: 1020
sedan. $175. These Bulcks are In fine
Mechanical condition, equipped with sood
rubber and clean Interior: will give thou
sands of miles of reliable transportation.
Imerson * Orme. 17th and M sts. n.w.
BUlcka—Consult Τ β Qaddess at Bulck
Agency milt 14th st.. National ·*ηο.
ibout trading your car for a better one.
(Cantlnaad en Next Tu·.}
TARZAN AND THE LION MAN.
—By EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS
"I must go up and have a look into the king's court
yard," said the creature. "I must keep an eye on
Henry the Eighth. I'll leave this torch for you.
Mal-es It more pleasant. And I want you to have
as pleasant a stay as possible before—ah—er .
Well, au revoir."
He turned and crossed toward a door at the oppo
site sldfe of the room, chuckling as he went., Tarzan
stepped quickly to the bars. "Come back here!" the
ape man commanded. "Either let us out of this
hole or tell us why you are holding u*—what you
intend doing with us^'
UNl l EJJ miUM ο ι nutun*fc, uiv |
The half man, half gorilla beast wheeled suddenly,
its expression transformed by a hideous snarL Never
had Tarzan seen so wild and brutal a face. It was
a visage out of some other world—a world of fiends
and demons. "You dare Issue orders to me!" It
screamed.
"And why not?" demanded the ape man, surveying
his captor coolly. "Who are you?" The snarling
monster took a step nearer the iron-barred door
that separated the two rooms, and tapped his hairy
chest with a horny talon. "Who am I?" It cried.
"I am—The Maker!"
MUTT AND JEFF— It's Hard to Keep Up "With Mothers These Days! -—By BUD FISHER
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