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FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
OUE BUGS AND CAEPETS
MUST GO REGARDLESS OF PRICK
SEVERAL SLIGHTLY USED RUGS AS
, LOW AS $3.00 EACH.
Lot of flno ofOe screens from United States
Treasury Department, covered with green
cloth at $1.00 each. Also large line of desks,
file cases, ofne chairs. Iron safes, counters,
show cases, wall leases, tables, shelving, cof
fee urns, .dairy chairs, and store fixtures of
every description.
H. BATJM & SON,
312 Pa. Ave, on the Wrong Side.
SEWING MACHINE TROUBLES.
We Relieve of Trouble by Taking in
Exchange Their Machines for a New
1SU MODEL
DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
Which enables them to do embroidery as well
as do plain sewing, quicker and better. If
you don't think the Davis superior, stop In
and see the late style drop-head machines or
all makes we trade In. If you want a bar
gain, buy a Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, or
Jiumestic; various styles and woodworks; $5
to 0, on easy payments.
DAVIS AGENCY,
US Sth st. N. W. Phone M. 3638.
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE of Pianos nnd
player-pianos. Some mighty tempting bar
gains in high-grade Instruments. Knabe,
SITS; Chlckenng. $325; Whlttler. $150; Krcll.
JITS; Knabo. $925; Hallet & Davis. $175: Emer
son, JITS; Hardman. $200; Lester, J175; also
Knabe Angelus, $690; Autoplano, $350; Hard
man Autotone, $390. and many others. Easy
terms If desired. O. J. DeMOLL & CO., cor.
12th &. G its.
Singer, $9.00
Standard, $10.00.
New Home, $11.00.
All Warranted Five Years.
Machines of any make repaired, $1.
' Renting by week or month.
OPPENHEIMER, 514 9th N. W.
K3LN China or pottery; Revelation; No. 2;
perfect condition; fired only twice; $28; $10
less than cost; telephone Cleve. 215. 0612
Macomb St.. Cleveland Park.
SEWING MACHINE BARGAINS.
10 Drop Head Singer $19.75
ttt Drop Head Standard $19.75
$40 Wheeler & Wilson $10.00
New sewing machines, $1 down and 50c
week. Cleaning. 50c Open evenings.
H. B. GIVEN. 625 Pa. ave. S. E. Phone.
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
BLDG.. 15th and H sts. N. W For sale,
cheap, second-hand material. Apply to Mr.
WILLIAM G1KFORD, on the premises. F.
T. NESBIT & CO.. Contractors. New York.
NAT. CASH REGISTER, $15. Hotel range.
$45. Jewel gas range, $&50. One leather
couch, S ft. long, $13.50; used one month.
DULANEY'S. 1703 "th N. W. 1
MAX BROTSKY &. 60N. phone Main 5977m7
mirror manufacturers. Work satisfactory.
New mirrors furnished at short notice. Work
brought before i a. m. finished same day If
desltea. til r st.
FOR SALE Underwood typewriter, nearly
new, will sacrlllce. Call 1129 7th st. N. W.
1
FOR SALE Bake oven, portable; 8x10 feet;
perfect condition 922 9th st. N. W.
JANUARY SALE OF PIANOS.
J4TO V Ofto ! iitatH(i)atfllI
vvvv riififir sX2v
HUGO WORCfi. 3110 G ST. N. W.
FOR SALE High school cadet uniform for
young man 15 or IS years, line condition;
only 16. 38 Seaton pi. N. W.
FOR SALE Fine organ, suitable for small
church or parlor, cheap. 1132 Mb. st. N. WJ,
GRAPHOPHONES AND RECORDS. $1 down,
76 cents week; complete line of records la
stock. Open evenings until 9 p. m. ROB
ERTSON'S. 1310 7th st. N. W.
FOR SALE Six-foot walnut extension table;
good order. 33. 652 Mass. ave. N. E.
HANDSOME BROWN VELVET SUIT: PINK
CRY8TAL EVENING DRESS; THREE
HANDSOME EVENING DRESSES. N. t20t-
. FOR SALE Good Quality Opaque Shads
fitted to windows, only sic; best quality oil
paque shades, 50c; hung tree.
KLEEBLATTB. 11th and H sts. N. H.
FOR BALE Drop head sewing machlB,
slightly used. Call after 6 p. m. 907 H N.B.
SEWING MACHINES
LARKIN,
The Sewing Machine Man.
All makes machines sold, rented, and re
paired; prompt service. Supplies. Reilnlsh
lng our specialty. Cor. 3d and H sts. N. W.
Phone M. 3233.
BIRDS AND ANIMALS
EINGING CANARY In a brass cage, or
young parrot, puppy, kitten, aquarium with
goldfishes, rabbits, gulneapigs, white rats.
BCHMID'B BIRD STORE. 712 12th St. N. W
DOGS RENDERED IMMUNE from distem
per by vaccination with imported German
serum. Particulars upon .application. Dr.
CECIL FRENCH. 718 12th si N. W.
LOAN COMPANIES
PRIVATE LOANS
On Furniture. Pianos, etc., without removal.
positively lowest rates.
Borrow $10.00.
Borrow $15.00.
Borrow $20.00.
Borrow $25.00.
Borrow $50.00.
Pay back $11.50
Pay back $16.75
Pay back $22.25
Pay back $27.50
Pay back $54.00
The above Includes principal. Interest, and
all charges. Other amounts In proportion.
Union Loan & Trust Co.,
810 F St. N. W.
Kooms 18-20. Phone M. 5334.
DO YOU EVER NEED MONEY
IN A HURRY?
Could you use It to advantage at a. low rats!
How much do you want right now 7
WE LOAN MONEY TO ALL
$10 AND UPWARD.
No publicity.
We take your promise to pay. Our plan
enables you to borrow on your own guaran
tee. Saves time and worry, because there
are no Indorsements, no references, no as
signments, no pledges.
AMERICAN LOAN CO.,
1226 NEW YORK AVE. "N. W.
Eecond Floor Front. Phone Main 8012.
ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES
JEWELRY, ETC.
MONEY AT 1 TO 2. NO EXTRA.
A Philanthropic Institution.
Capital $1,000,000
References Any financial institution In tbs
city. Redemptions made from pawnbroker
and new loans Issued.
PRUDENTIAL LOAN SOCIETY,
Ground floor, N. W. cor. 12th and G sts.
Private side entrances. Transactions strictly
confidential.
LOANS NEGOTIATED, HO UPWARD.
Quick Service. Anybody Who Keeps House.
WASHINGTON LOAN CO.,
610 F Street N. W.
Phone Main 3035. Write or call
Loans made In Alexandria. Va.
H. K. FULTON,
ESTABLISHED 1370.
314 Ninth Street N. W.
LOANS
On Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, etc
BARGAINS AT RETAIL.
T n A "KTQ Negotiated, $10 Upward. Low
XjJ-V Urates and courteous treatment
Ioans to Housekeepers a Specialty,
CAPITAL LOAN CO.,
602 F STREET N. T.
Phone M. 2065.
Money Loaned Salaried People
m and others. Including women keeping house,
KMihiMit security: easy nayroenti: ontcrm in
(5 principal cities; save yourself money by
, getting my ierm uist. u. u. -" -ma rv.
Koom sw. uj uut w v
AUTOMOBILES
THE BUICK
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR.
He Owns One.
THE BUICK MOTOR CO.
1028 CONN. AVE. N. W.
Phone Main SS33.
WANTED If you have a 1910 or 1911 high
grade car for sale; list It with me, as I
handle only up-to-date cars. No Junk.
J. A. ROBINSON,
621 7th st. N. E.
WE BELL THE CELEBRATED
NEVEROUT CARRIAGE LAMPS.
C. S. KESSLER & BRO..
605H E St. N. W.
FOR SALE Seconds: popular makes; 36x;
32x4; 31x1: 36xH; S4x4Vi; 50x3; 30xJVi. and
others. Tubes vulcanlrej, 25c guaranteed.
Quick work. 1303 H st. N. W. Basement.
EXPERT REPAIRS, Fenders, Radiators,
Lamps. Trices Reasonable. Work guaran
teed. A. SCHUMACHER. us 4Vi St. M 1617.
FOR SALE 1909 REO.
Fully equipped, excellent condition. $423.
REO AUTO CO., 405-7 13V4 st. Phone M. 7111.
FOR SALE Two 1910 Maxwells, fully equip
ped and In Al Condition. Will sell cheap.
Apply J. G. HALL. 9J0 New York ave. Phone
M. W31.
WE BUY, SELL. AND EXCHANGE
AUTOMOBILES.
ROMAN AUTOMOBILE CO..
1115 H St. N. W.
Branch of Philadelphia. Pa.
WE ARE EXPERTS in the lepair and re-
magnctlzlng of your Ignition apparatus.
QUICK. GUARANTEED WORK.
MILLER-DUDLEY CO.. 735 12th St. N. W.
AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESS IRIES
AT INTRODUCTORY PRICES
FRANK G. FICKLING &. CO.. Inc.,
1112 Hth st. N. W. Phone 3825.
STODDARD-DAYTON,
$1,175 TO $4,200.
BARNARD MOTOR CAR CO..
1512 Hth st. N. W, Telephone North 1953.
THE ONLY PLACE In town to have your
auto lamps and radiator repaired. MOORE
& CO.. 305 John Marshall place.
AUTOS REPAIRED
AUTO MACHINISTS.
PHONE COL S413.
1145 Col. court, north from Co!, road.
Repairing and Vulcanizing by Experts.
AUTO TIRE REPAIRS. Expert vulcanizing.
L. G. HERRIMAN.
Phone N. 407L 1337 14th St. N. W.
AUTO REPAIRS BY EXPERTS.
ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO..
1711-13 14th St. N. W. Phone North 2097.
REPAIRING of any kind, reasonable prices.
M. A. LEWIS. 109 6th N. W. Phone M. 1940.
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
POTOMAC AUTO LIVERY". Call Leon B.
Atchison. M. 5651. Taxlcabs, limousines,
and touring cars for hire. Special rates for
theaters. M. 5237. Stand. Hotel Johnson.
AUTOMOBILE repairing of all kinds by ex
pert mechanics; remodeling a specially;
work guar Van, N. Stephens, rear 1125 10th.
CALL MAIN 1910. LEWIS & CO.. automo
biles by the hour. day. or job; reasonable.
GARAGES
AUTO STORAGE Only $3.50 per month for
dead storage. We will sell your machine.
STEAM AUTO SHOP. N. J. ave. and E
N. W. Phone L. 2563. All motor vehicles
repaired.
FOR RENT Garage and three rooms above
It, reasonable if taken at once. Call 1310
Mass. ave. N. W.
MOTORCYCLES
BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND MOTOR
CYCLES. One Reading-Standard, single $110
One Reading-Standard, single $100
One Reading-Standard, twin, nearly new.
One of the fastest machines in the city
a bargain at (175
T. N. MUDD, Jr.. Inc..
1223 New York ave. N. W.
FOR SALE Indian motorcjele van: cost
$325; will sell cheap for cash. GEO. W.
WEAL 927 22d St. N. W.
IMPORTANT FEATURES 1911 Reading
Standard, No. 11: New muffler, very silent,
with no back pressure, consequently, does
not reduce power of motor. Feature 12
tomorrow.
T. N. MUDD, Jr.. 1223 N. V. ave.
FOR SALE Used motorcycles 1 1906. 1 1909,
1910 Excelalor. one twin 1910 Indian. 1 1910
single Indian. 1 Harley 19C0, 1 Yale for sale
cheap. P. M. CORR. SIS 9th St. N. W.
Agents lor lale Motorcycles.
HORSES AND VEHICLES
FOR SALE One fine handsome combination
horse, suitable for the country; lady-broke;
one big work horse, a little lame; one fine
young mare. 422 Sth sf. N. W.
FOR SALE--Ten horses and mares; sold for
uant of use. Rear 611 E N. W.
FOR SALE 15 horses and mares; butter and
egg wagon; 2 runabout buggies, cheap. Rear
474 Pa. ave. N. W. 1
DO NOT LET your horse fall on ley streets;
strap a Herman overshoe on; 75c each.
Agents wanted; big money. Call 2d floor,
14J0 Pa. ave. N. W.
FOR SALE 35 head of horses and mares;
sold for want of use; several good bargains
for farmers. Rear Sii Indiana ae.
FOR SALE 12 head of horses. uii.ibIo fr
all kinds work; alsu two big sore mares.
929 D st. N. W.
FOR SALE 10 full-glass rubber tire depot
carriages, good as new; also 6 other second-
hand carriages of all kinds. 926 D st. N. W.
SECOND-HAND SURREYS, traps, runa
bouts, and delivery wagons; $15 up. COGS
WELL'S. 209. 211. 212. 214 11th N. W.
GANTZ has 10 car loads of runabouts, sur
reys, and 7 spring wagons, will sell thtm
regardless of cost. 1206 D st. N. W.
PHYSICIANS
DR. SHADE, Specialist,
728 13th St.
Washington's Oldest Specialist.
t) years' practice treating nervous -"
chronic diseases; also stomach, lungs, asth
ma, catarrh, appendicitis, 11 er, heart, kid
neys, bladder, stricture, general debility, and
special weakness; blood and skin diseases.
Consultation free. Hours, 10 to L and 3 te
t:I0 dally; Sundas, 10 to 11. Chandler Euild
log. Elevator and phone.
DR. REED; Specialist,
804 17th Street.
27 years' successful practice In the curs
et chronic and nervous diseases means health
to you If you suffer from catarrh, obesity,
rheumatism, constipation, piles, throat, lung,
brain, heart, Dlood and skin diseases, nervous
debility, kidney diseases, bladder troubles,
specific blood poisoning, eruptions, ulcers.
CHARGES LOW. INCLUDING MEDICINE3L
Private Waiting Room for Ladles.
Office Hours: 10 to 1. 3 to 6, Sundays 10 to U.
S04 SEVENTEENTH ST. N. W.
DR. W. T. BALDUS.
German specialist on the brain, nervous
system, and stomach; service and medicine.
$2; consultation free. S. E. cor. 6th and F
N. W. Hours 1 to 1. 4 to 9. Tel. M. 2516.
OBESITY, curvature of the spine, St. Vitus
dance, and chronic diseases cured by lle-chano-Therapy.
Consultation and trial treat
ment free. Book free. Hours 6 to 8 p. m."
E. S. HUNTER, M.-T.D.. 644 Laraont st. N.W.
GLOBE SPECIFIC.
erntiNGE t to e dats for a cure.
Sold by all druggists. $1 per tattle.
THE GLOBE CHEM. CO.. Washington. D. a
DUMPING GROUND
DUMPING GROUND, CONVENIENT TO
THE BUSINESS SECTION.
Easily accessible from any part of buslntas
Washington. Make arrangements for prl.
Utges of dumping with
OLD DOMINION DUMPINO fJO,
709 D ST. N. W. (
ours. 10 to L
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Feb
ruary 2nd, 1911, a petition was filed In the
Supreme Court of the District of Columbia
by the International Bonding Company, a
corporation organized under the laws of the
U. S. Congress for D. C, stating that on
account of Its present business having be
corifc unprofitable, and therefore abandoned,
and for the -purpose of enabling the com
pany to take up a different and more profit
able goods than those formerly dealt In by
the company, a more descriptive name would
be more beneficial to advance the Interests
of' the company, etc., and for the benefit
of all concerned, a change of name of said
company to "The James Mason Mfg Co."
is desired, nnd a-acree to that effect prayed
for In said petition. International Bonding
Company, by JAMES" MASON. Acting Secre
tary. FRED C. GEIOER. Petitioner's. At
torney, j
Wanted miscellaneous
WANTED-Old furniture, entire contents of
fiats nnd houses, or will buy any quantity,
also pianos and organs. SINCLAIR & CO.,
422 10th st. Phone 2331-Y. ,
HIGHEST CASH prices paid for worn cloth
ing, either ladles' or gentWmsn s; send
postal, will call. B. TARSHES. 1308 7th .it.
N. W. Phone North 499. .
WANTED M0 trucks to repair; work uar
nnttiM: trunks arnlshed free; drop P'L
estimates free. DE NEPHEWS. 905 Sth N. W.
BIG MONEY paid lor cast-oft clothing, shoes,
hats, and shirts. Drop postal, will call.
H. GEWIRZ. 1208 7th st. N. W.
WANTED To buy furniture, best prices;
cimtents stores and houses specialty, see
me. D. NOTES. Auct., ni La. ave. -a.. "
WANTED-NOTES' FURNITURE HOUSE.
$29 7th iU N. JV., pays the highest cash
prices for all kinds of furniture. Phono
Main iL35: win can at your ciwtwkuw.
WANTED Furniture, for cash; sell your
goods to the man who gives you the most
money. See HOPWOOD. Sth and K.
NOTICE TO LADIES
Housecieaning Helps.
Carpet Cleaning,
Mattresses Renovated,
Pillows Steamed,
Slip Covers,
Furniture Reupholstered
5TUMP.H & LYFORD
UJ-WI Massachusetts Ave. N. W.
Phone Main SMI.
AMREIN'S
DELICIOUS ICE CREAM.
1009 N. Y." AVE. PHONE M. 223S.
VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH, natural.
non-surgical; cloth bound. 400-page book
free. Apply by mall. 91S Colorado Building.
Free lecture for women weonesaay. z:w p.m.
ADVANCED spring styles wall paper, 4c and
5c per piece. Rooms papered. $3 up. L
PREUX. 807 P st. Phone N. 3431.
STICKIEST STICKER than ever stuck. Glues
furniture, glass, china, books, everything.
Royal Glue. 10c.40c.60c. Pints $1. Druggists. stc.
PRINTING
YOUR PRINTING TROUBLES
Taken Care of by
THE CRANE PRINTING CO.,
710 13TH STREET N. W.
Phone Main 493.
And our artfct will call and make suggestions
LOOK THIS LIST OVER.
1000 Note heads $1.75
1000 business cards $1.50
100C envelopes 11.60
1000 bill heads $1.50
GET ESTIMATES FOR OTHER WORK.
THE IDEAL PRINTERY,
Phone W. 1028. 2217 M st. N. W.
DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE
ONLY UP-TO-DATE full artss and tuxedo
suits for hire. SL T. PIMES. Merchant
Tailor. 1006 7th pt. N. W.
CIVIL SERVICE
IF TOU WANT Pitman) shorthand, touch
typewriting, progressive bookkeeplns, or
Civil Sen Ice preparation go to the only
business college In Washington that has been
endorsed by the official teportera of the Hous
and Senate, and the only school that has an
tx-CUU Service examiner to prepare you for
Civil Service examinations. THE DKIL
LEHY. 1100 New York ave. N. W.
COAL AND WOOD
COAL AND WOOD
AT LOWER PRICES THAN
TOU CAN GET ANYWHERE ELSa
Call up North 1844 or 2439 and let our
PRICES CONVINCE YOU.
Clean. Guaranteed Full Weight.
RINALDI BROS. CO..
2111-2117 7th su N. W.
NON-MEDICAL HEALING
PROF. II. N. D. PARKER'S Method of
Drugless Healing excels and cures. ""Pam
phlet mailed or at office. 1022 9th st N. W.
WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT MONDAY
Gink and Dink -
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Imv iVjo aroSt i p-toWR NIC PECpe FOOLISH PIHwT
fr THCT TOHN- I 0 psS" TO PO SOMETHING ( OLO KIO .-THERE'S
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' CLAIRVOYANTS
PROF. FITZGERALD, gifted palmist: double
sight; future and past; courtship, marriage,
and' business. 902 12th St. N. W. X
MADAM STANLEY'S Royal Gypsy Camp of
world's famed1 palmist; late from London
and Paris; scientific readings dally: hours 2
P. m. till 10 p. m.; satisfaction guaranteed.
Give her a call. 15th and U sts. N. E.
CASTRO-ReUable readings and advice on
all business and love affairs. Brings hap
piness and success; polite attention. Open. 10
a. nv to g p. m. 801 IC st. N. W.. oyer store.
MRS. R. LUSBY,
Palmistry and systematic card readings;
reference as to ability; positively ladles only.
11 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. 'Closed Sundays.
V 938 NEW YORK AVE. N. W.
MME. THELUA.
Scientific palmist and card reader.
25 4TH St N. W.. BASEMENT.
MRS. SHEPHERD,
Clairvoyant. Card Reader. Ladles Only.
1217 H st. N. W.. 2d floor.
ORIGINAL GYPSY PAI.MIBT.
Whole Fortune Told. 20c
Open Nights. 1723 8th st. N. W.
SPIRITUALISM
MEETINGS Sunday,. Monday, Thursday, S
p. m.: a message to each; dally readings.
Mrs. MALTBY. 933 M st. Phone N. 3912.
MRS. WHITE will have her seance on
Wednesday and Friday and Sunday sven
lngs. t o'clock. 720 Sth st. N. W.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
PADDED Vans, $4 $5 Id: 2-h. wagons $3 Id.
Phone Main 1915-1916.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.,
S0E N. Y. AVE. N. W.
Packing & Shipping. Storage. $2 ran load.
FIREPROOF .STORAGE Special lock com.
partmenu, 12 per month up. Lowest rates
of Insurance and every modern convenience.
Estimates furnished. MERCHANTS' TRANS
FER& STORAGE CO.. 920-923 E at. N. W.
Pbon M. 6900.
GET OUR ESTIMATE on absolutely fire
proof storage, moving, packing. UNITED
STATES STORAGE CO.. 418-20 10th St. N. W.
Main 4229.
STORAGE
SEPARATE ROOMS, also by the load; well
ventilated; cheapest In city. THOS. DOW
LINO & CO.. 612 E st. N. W. TeL M. 515.
BUILDING MATERIAL
IF YOUK WIFE WANTS
a KITCHEN DRESSER
bring her in to see those we
offer. Splendid value at the
N' price we ask.
carDoors, Sash. Blinds, and all Mill
work at lowest figures.
GEO. M. BARKER,
649 N. T. Ave. 1517 7th n. tt.
BUILDING MATERIAL. Phone 13U
PLASTERING and patching of any kind
neatly done and reasonable price; drop pos
tal and I will call at once. Address HARRY
BARNES. 912 L st. N. W.
W0 RKINGMAN'S WANTS
WORKINGMEN If you arc thinking of
spending a bunch of mon, stop thinking,
re.- this stock tailored slightly used coats
and vests; stands all tests; $2 to $4; sae
dough; one price. JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
619 D. 1
DYERS AND CLEANERS
JOIN WITH US. GOOD WORK AT SMALL
COST.
4 suits month. $1.00. 9 suits month. $2.00.
DENNY, The Tailor, J. &&
MASSAGE
ANNA B. JOHNSON, 1614 15th St. N. W--Late
of New York. Magnetic, alcohol, de
veloping and reducing treatment. North 4C95.
COLLECTIONS
Personal calls. Attorney associated.
E. W. BRIGGS & CO., Bond Bldg.
ANTIQUE FURNITURE
M. SEGAL, ANTIQUE FURNITURE RE
PRODUCING. REPAIRING. 611 L 8T.
N. W. PHONE N. 259 Y.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
OWNER going West, will sacrlflcevroom
lng house, 900 block 9th st. N. W for $275
HALF INTEREST in nicely equipped
and paying lunchroom on Hth st, N.
,jL.i9 "" vw
LUNCHROOM and oyster hobse: rent
$35; 4 rooms; location best; great
?2?P at i ISO
"PiJiG and boarding bouse; central
N. W.; money maker; terms on price.. 250
CORNER grocery. S. W.: rent $25; four
rooms; sales $300 month; asking 600
CORNER grocery, N. W., mixed trade;
rent $25; lour rooms; monthly re
ceipts $900; invoice or .. 800
ROOMING house; 14 rooms; bandsome.'y
-furnished: clearing big money; only.... 800
GROCERY; prominent corner N. B.;
yearly business $24,000; rent $35: four
rom I.OOJ
CIGAR and poolrttpm; long established;
location best; coining money; retiring.. 1,500
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 1423 F.
1
CONFECTIONERY and notions store; dally
business, $15; exceptionally good. for lady;
living room; rent $25 THORNTON, 722 10th.
FOR SALE Lease, store F, near 10th N. W.
Slxe 20x100 feet; lease 53 years. THORN
TON. 732 10th.
CIGAR STORES, groceries, roaming bouses,
hotels, drug stores. We have cash buyers
for all class of business chances. We also
buy and sell If price is right. S"eo us at
once. L. V. STERRETT & CO.. 1118 N. Y.
ave.
FOR SALE Drug store, completely stocked;
locaiea in a last growing neighborhood;
causa' for selling 111 health; will sell very
reasonable for cash. BOX 293, Times office.
I
1,000 LETTER HEADS, billheads, envelopes,
and cards printed, all for i; satisfaction
guaranteed. 217 John Marshall place.
FOR SALE Two horses, two wagons, coal
ond wood business. 454 N. Y. ave. N. W.
FOR SALE Dairy lunch room; transfer cor
ner, near National ball park; reason for
selling, other business. Apply F. A. DODGE.
1S50 7th st, N. W. 1
WANTED To purchase for cash, established
cigar and newsstand. Address 8. F. HAN
LEY. BOX 251. City Postofflce.
5-CHAIR barber shop; location best; cheap
rent; long lease; owner made big money;
retiring: price. $1,500.
BARBER SHOP in nearby suburbs; rent $11;
a great bargain at $125.
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1423 F.
LADY OR GENTLEMAN .with $500 to take
half Interest In moving picture theater.
BOX 297. Times office.
TYPEWRITERS-Monarch. $32.50: Remington
No. 6. $18.50; Oliver. $13.50; ribbons. 40c.
Room 2, 1217 N. Y. ave.
FOR SALE Store, fixtures, and stock of gro
ceries, all $35. 713 4th St. N. E. 1
FOR SALE Barber shop, 4 chairs, for col
ored trade; good location; price $350. $12
Fla. ave. N. W. 1
SALOONS, N W.; $2,500 and $2,600; saloon,
most prominent orner, N. W., $5,000. DU
GAN. 617 La. ave.
FOR SALE Shoe repalrlfag shop ; excellent lo
locatlon; fine trade. Call 2 6th st. N. E.
no. YOU WANT your hat remodeled or rs
tfimmed? See VIENNA HAT CO. Ther
can do It. VIENNA HAT CO.. 428 11th N.W.
WALL PAPER
WE WANT TO SHOW YQU THE CLASS
OF WORK WE DO.
Rock-bottom prices for next thirty days.
Drop postal for estimate.
IDEAL WALL PAPER CO.. 623'. 2d St. N. E.
J. H. HANLEIN. 022 Hth S. E. Phone L
1636-Y. All latest designs In wall coverings;
best work. lowest prices Room molding; es-
ilmates submitted. Suburban work specialty.
LATEST DESIGNS Large rooms papered. $3.
Drop- postal. H. E. REYNOLDS. 215 F
st. N. W. l
WALLPAPERS Latest designs, lowest prices.
uei estimate netore naving your work done.
C C. SILENCE. 467 G St. N. W.
MY PRICES are absolutely the lowest In the
city; work guaranteed; latest designs, drop
postal. L F. BEALL. 621 E St. S. E. 1
ROOMS PAPERED. $2 up. Sena postal for
sample and estimate. CHAS. R. HY8AN.
204 E. Cap. st. Phone Line 2229.
AUCTION SALES
THOMAS DOWLING & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Auction sale of household and storage fur
niture of every description, on Ftiday, Feb
ruary 3, at H o'clock a. m., at our auction
room,
612 E ST. N. W.
ONE UPRIGHT PIANO.
FLOOR OILS
DON'T BUY FLOOR OIL until you've tried
ours: SSc gaL ENTERPRISE HARDWARE
CO.. 927 9th st, N. W. Phone M. 505L
By C. A. VOIGHT
FORWENT HOUSES
Unfurnished
FOR RENT 328.50.
In best section of thm sntithnjtst. near Lin
coln Park; house In fine condition; 6 rooms'
and bath; latrobe heat. See this one.
I PHIL.UPS & bauek.
rnone ji. 1537.
715 Hth st
FOR RENT DOWNTOWN. J33.00.
8 rooms and bath; house In fine section
for roomers.
1 PHILLIPS L SAQER,
Phone M. 1597. 715 14th st.
FOR RENT " $27.50.
9-room house In one of the best squares
of 25th st. FumacsTTMat.
PHILLIPS & SAQER,
Phone M. 1597. 715 14th st.
FOR RENT 324.50.
5-room apartment in best section of
Bloomlngdale.
PHILLIPS & SAGER,
Phono M. 1597. 715 14th st.
FOR RENT
(23 EYE ST. N. B."
t rooms and bath; newly papered and paint
ed. Rent 120.50.
MOORE ft HILL. Inc.. 1333 O it.
LARGE corner, house, 7 rooms and bath, 2
tnrfrrf tlAmh,,- IfVW t. 1. XT W .. ..I
J. F. SCHNEIDER. 9th and R sts. N W.
2312 AND 2316 CHAMPLAIN ST. N. W.-SIx
rooms ana nam. bricks, dry cellar, targe
yard; good condition; near two car lines;
only 319.50 per month. Keys at 2322 Cham
plain st.
710 Q ST. N. W. Blx rooms, porcelain bath;
near market, schools, cars., J23.50 month.
APARTMENTS TO LET
Unfurnished.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment, two large
rooms and-hath. In private residence; large
window; electricity, gas, and hot water heat;
price moderate. Call 1203 Euclid st.
SIX ROOMS and bath. large back porch;
cellar; private entrance; good condition;
very cheap. Apply 1441 Pa. ave. S. E. 1
1318 HTH ST. Five-room apartment: second
story: south side; In Lnretto; also a 3-
room apartment and a bachelor apartment.
FLAT of four unfurnished rooms; heat and
gas; private family. 2008 F st. N. W.
BACHELOR APARTMENTS
FOR RENT, BACHELOR APARTMENTS.
TWO ROOMS AND BATH.
All modern improvements. 117.50 to 320.00.
SENECA. 637 E st- N. W.
FOR RENT OFFICES
BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE OFFICE; suitable
for lawver, etc: every convenience: 325.
510 Bond Bid.
FOR SALE LOTS
FOR SALE All my !tts at Handle High
lands and also Clarke' Addition: good op
portunity. Apply to D. E. THOMAS. Har
ford Co., Darlington. Md.
FOR SALEFARMS
FOR SALE OI: RENT 100-acre farm; two
miles out on electric; 8-room house, barn,
outbuildings, also 10 and 20 acre farms on
waterfront; truck soil; beautiful location, at
McGhlesport. Md.. daily boats; 5100 per acre.
McGHIE, 935 5th St. N. W.
Phone M. 7090.
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
HONEY TO LOAN ON D. C REAL ESTATH
Lowest rates of Interest. Payments oa
principal In amounts of 3100 or mors re
ceived at any interest period. The F. H.
EMITH CO.. Bond Bldg.. 1403 N. Y. ave.
HONEY TO LOAN-$250 to $500,000 on D. C.
real estate. Interest low, and all trans
actions conducted with economical consider
katlen for borrowers.
WM. IL SAUNDERS & CO..
1407 F St. N. W.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate; lowest
rates; prior payment privileges; large
amounts. TYLER & RUTHERFORD. 730 UtX
REAL ESTATE AUCTION SALE
Thomas J. Owen & Son. Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE ACRE
AGE PROPERTY" ON THE METROPOL
ITAN BRANCH OF THE B. AND O.
R. R. AT "STOTTS" STATION, D. C
By Virtue of a certain deed of trust duly
recorded In liber 3127 at folio 107 et seq.. one
of the Land Records for 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 prem
ises. Tuesday, the 7th day of February, 19U.
at 3 o'clock p. m., the following described
tend and premises situate in the county of
Washington. In tbe District of Columbia.
kno'.h and distinguished as parts of a tract
of land called "Chlllum Castle Manor" de
scribed as follows:
First Beginning at a stake planted at the
Intersection of the Easterly line of the right
of nay of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad
with the northerly line of the Rlggs road,
and running thence with the said Rlggs road
north SO degrees 41 minutes east 7i31 feet,
north 33 degrees 5.1 minutes east 819.95 feet,
north 30 degrees 47 minutes east 208.87 feet,
north 35 degrees 59 minutes east 104.05 feet,
north 37 degrees 32 minutes east 263.60 feet,
north 40 degrees 02" minutes east 176.55 feet.
thence leaving saidiroad north 21 degrees
38 minutes west 53112 feet to the north
east corner of the part of said tract-conveyed
to Samuel Stutt by deed recorded among
the Land Records of the District of Colum
bia in Liber N. C. T. 31 folio 45. thence
north 87 degrees 03 minutes west 1,550 feet.
more or less, to the east hue of the said
Baltimore and Ohio Tallroad right of way.
and thence southerly, along the east lire
of said Baltimore and Ohio railroad right
of way to the place of beginning, excepting
the pa,rt thereof 50.02 feet on Rlggs road by
200 feet along said right of way, conveyed
to John Kelley bv deed recorded among the
said Land Records in Liber 2533 folio 18.
Second Beginning at a stone at the Inter
section of the north line of Rlggs road with
the east line of Blair road, and runnlnx
thence with said Blair road north 2 degrees
5 minutes west 123.11 feet, north 7 degrees 10
minutes west 534.43 feet, north 13 degrees
47 minutes west 1SS.0S feet, north 19 degrees
47 minutes west 233 feet, north 8 degrees
56 minutes west 246.38 feet, north 21 degrees
37 minutes west 418.12 feet, north 14 degrees
27 minutes west 127.25 feet, north 11 degrees
27 minutes west 65.50 feet to the southern
corner of the land conveyed ta Meiklejobu by
deed recorded among the said Land Records
In Liber 1042 folio 98. thence with the land
of said Melklejohn north 74vdegrees 33 min
utes east 415.50 feet, north 15 degrees 27 min
utes west 156. SO feet -to the north line of the
whole tract conveyed to Samuel Stott by
deed recorded In Liber N. C. T. 31 folio 45 of
the said Land Records, thence with the said
north line south 87 degrees 03 minutes east
392.30 feet to the west line of the said Balti
more and Ohio railroad right of way. thence
southerly along the west line of said right
of way to the north line or said Rlggs road
and thence with the north line of said
Rlggs road south 80 degrees 41 minutes west
I5X.83 feet, south 71 degrees 20 minutes west
518.06 feet to the beginning, except tbe por
tion thereof embraced in subdivision by
Mary E. Stott and others recorded In Liber
county No. 8 folio No. 16 of the records of tbe
Surveyor of the District of Columbia.
Third All of blocks 4. 6, 6, 8, and 9. and
lots 1 to 7. both Inclusive, and lota 14 to 20.
both Inclusive, In block 10 In said Stott's
subdivision of part of Chlllum Castle Manor
as per plat recorded In Liber county No. 8
folio- No. IE of the records of the office of
the Surveyor of the District of Columbia,
with right of way over a strip of ground
conveyed by Stott to Murphy by deed re
corded In Liber 1270 folio 259 of the Land
Records of the District of Columbia, and
running from the northwest corner of land
of said Murphy, to the Rlggs road, together
with x! il.e improvements in any wise ap
pertaining, excepting, however, the following
described parcels of land which have here
tofore been dulyreleased from the effect and
operation of said trust, to wit: Lots Nos. 21
and 22 in Square No. "04, and all of lots
In that part of Square No. 3705 lying East of
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, all of lots
In that part of Square No. 3706 lying East of
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, all of
lots In Square No. 3709. all of lots In Square
No. 3710, ail of lots In Square No. 3711. all
of lots In Square No. 3713, all, of lots In
Square No. 3738, all of lots in Squrtre No. 3739.
and all of lots In Square No. 43 In Stotts
Park Realty Company's subdivision of parts
of ground embraced In the aforesaid deed of
trust, as per plat recorded In the Orfice of
the Surveyor for the District of Columbia In
County Book 24 at page Z. and also excepting
all ground embraced In the streets, avenues,
and alleys as laid out and shown on said
plat recorded In County Book 24 page 25 of
said Surveyor's Office.
Terms: All cash. A deposit of J1.0W.00 will
ug .ciiumcu ah viiio w. hic. ai Luuvcfamiuii
recording, etc., at cost of purchaser. Terms
of sale to.be complied with within 15 days
from day of sale, otherwise the trustees
reserve the rKht'to resell the property at the
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after
five days' advertisement of such resale in
some newspaper published In Washington.
D. C.
SAMUKL ROSS.
WILLIAM M. TERRELL.
Trustees.
FOR SALE HOUSES
CHANCE OF LIFETIME Paying 10 per cent
net; price (900; 3150 cash, balance easy; z-
story brick bouse, near 13th and V sts. N.W.
MODERN 2-story brick house, near 15th ant
G su. N. E.; good rented; price 12,450; 5I
cash; balance easy.
WELL BUILT 6-room modern bouse; central
N. W.; always rented; price 33.000; 320
cash, balance monthly.
NEW .YORK REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
I 1423 F.
FOR SALE Six-room bouse for colored at
Deanwood. N. E.. with large lot; all
fenced; 31.750; 350 cash. 315 per month.
C. J. HANBACK. Owner. 514 F St. N. W.
FOR SALE Six-room house for colored at
Deanwood N. E., with large lot; all
fenced; 1.750 cash; 315 per month.
C. J. HANBACK. Owner. 514 F St. N. W.
FOR SALE To colored. 35.500; splendid 8
room and bath house In tbe central N. W.
Near cars and schools. OWNER. BOX 299.
Times office.
FOR SALE Georgetown. rooms, xi fset
wide, porch, reception hall, perfect cellar;
two gas ranges; neighborhood unsurpassed;
bargain; easy terms. BOX 196. Times oglce.
INVESTMENT PROPERTY
FOR SALE
AN EXCELLENT INVESTMENT. N. W.
4 two-story bricks, 5 rooms.
Fine renting section northwest.
Price 34.750. Rent, 310.60 each.
ALLAN E. WALKER & CO.. Inc. 1412 G St.
FOR SALE
NEW INVESTMENT HOUSES SOUTHEAST
' Rent 317.50 to White tenants.
Price. 32.000 each.
Substantial 2-story bricks. 5 rcms and bath.
G,as. Latrobe heat. Hot and cold water.
Convenient to Pa. ave. cars. Sea
ALLAN E. WALKER & CO., Inc.. 1412 G St.
FOR SALE
HOME OR INVESTMENT NORTHEAST.
Price only $3,400.
Rent, 325.50. Newly papered and painted.
6 rooms, tire bath Near H st. cars.
Corner of alley: large rear yard- See
ALLAN E. WALKER & CO.. Inc. 1413 G Jt.
FOR SALE
NORTHWEST. PRICE 3iO0O.
Rented for $19.30 both.
Two-story bricks. In good repair. See
ALLAN E. WALKER &. CO.. Inc. 1412 G st.
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
For Sale. .
FEARING I WILL NOT be able to meet
deferred payments, having lost my place
on account of III health, the savings of years
Invested here, I have made up my mind to
sell my new 6-room hous. with large halls,
cabinet mantels, fine gas fixtures, hot and
cold water; modern; near 13th and R. I.
ave. N. E., for 33,330: my equity is $830; the
remainder can stand till Doom's Day; cost
me many hundred dollars In excess of this.
If Interested write. KEARNEY. BOX 2SS.
Times office. 1
A BEAUTIFUL 6-room house. Just com
pleted, with large block of ground; Una
bearing orchard of assorted fruit; cellar un
der entire house; double porches; two blocks
from steam and electric cars; easy monthly
payments, an Ideal place for a reliable col
ored family: don't delay. JOHN F. KLEIN
ER & CO.. 603 F St. N. W.
HOW TO BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD oi
3100 cash and 320 monthly. For full partic
ulars drop postal, telephone, or call for Il
lustrated, plat, etc., of Connecticut Avenuo
Park (Chevy Chase). FULTON R. GORDON.
Owner. Specialist Suburban Realty. WM. H
RITCHIE. Mgr.. Colorado Bldg. Main 52S.
FOR SALE $200 cash. $15 per month; coz
6-room home; cabinet mantel; latrobe heat.
5 big lots; on electric line, near city.
MORAS & GOLDENBERG. Oxford Building
Maryland Titles.
O. B. Zantxlnger. Pres. R. W. Wells, V. P.
The Hyattsville and Marlboro
Title Company
T. VAN CLAGETT. )
8. MARVIN PEACH. ) Attorneys.
Have youC'Maryland title: examined
and guaranteed by us. Prompt, cart
ful, reliable, and responsible.
OFFICES:
UPPER MARLBORO. MD.
908 G ST. N. W. 1
Acreage.
18 ACRES, with houses thereon, surround.!
by town, on northern edge of District; 1.2s i
feet front; has water, sewer, gas; one car
fare; less than $1,608 per acre; extraordinary
bargain: Income will nearly carry trust.
BOX 1S6. Times office. l
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
DROP POSTAL for our estimates on house
repairing and remodeling. J. B. GIBBS.
1623 L at. N. W. Phone N. 3607 and N U20 M.
RAILROADS
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R,
LEAVE UNION 3TATION.
ROYAL BLUE LINE.
Every Other Hour on ma Odd .Hour."
To PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK.
NEW TORK TERMINAL LIBERTY ST.
7-00. r9:00 (Royal Special. 5 hours), 3:M
Royal Special), 'U:00 a. m.. 'l.-OO. '1:31
aojal Limited. 5 hours). OO. 1:00 p. nj
JV1S I. W' ...... in..
(Royal
and 1205 night. '2:52 a. m.. Diners and Parlor
Cars on y trains. Sleepers on 12U5 night
PPMlade"hU.Pan Atlantic City, tlrtfl. f.H
lLuia. in.. lrfW. 2:00 t4:00 p. m.
EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR.
.Week days. 7:00 a. m. to 10:00 p. m.
ii. "foo. i:30, 1:00. 1:20, t8:00. s.'JO. :
itlML 10:uO, "11.-00 a. m., 12:00 noon, fU:M.
lirJo MUi. t2:00. 1:00.- 73:20, $3:30. ' h!
ti-'S 5:Tt5:03. "5:30. 76:00. '6:30, t7:0ft. S.-JS.
li'iol lO-tWt 10:40. 11:30, '12:15. N. T,
t9.PS. !.". WESTWARD.
ritlCAGO. 9:10 a. m., "1:32. S:30 p. m.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS, and l6u:
PITTSBURG. 1:10 a. m.. 1:32. 1:10 p.m,
.if-17 night. Sleeper ready. 10 p. m.
Cleveland it:io pm.;Coiumbua ipm.
tvheelING. 1:10 a. m.. '5:30 p. m.
BcheduleTof local trains at ticket offices.
fnalis tExcept Sunday. tSunday only.
XiVnhones Tat following Ticket Offices: 1411
Telephones a jm. aJ Pennsy,vanU
?ve!. Main 278: Union Station, Main 738a
inSAVEAKE OHIO LINES.
D,,viTfhfd as information only, not guaranteed.
W p. " dally-For Virginia. WtstVlr--tni
and Kentucky points. Pullman slsp
5mo Cincinnati and Louisville. Dining JSr
,rt0m3 "dallyCINaNNATI-ST. LOUIS.
riitcAGO SPECIAL. Solid train to St
lSiJil with Pullman sleepers to Chlcaga.
sioos only at Important stations. Pullmans
elSt equipment and C. & O. dining car.
TuT nT dally-F. F. V. LIMITED, foi
ih West. Southwest, and Northwest. Pull
man sleepers to Virginia. Hot Springs. Clnoln.
SitjL and Louisville. Cincinnati sleeper opta
S5- occupancy 10 p. m. C & O. dining ca-.
Ticket Offices, 513 Pa. ave.. 1339 F su. anj
Union Station. Phone Main 1966. 2306. and 73t.
"""SEABOAUD AIR LINE BY,
10-05 a. m. dally-"Seaboard Fast Matt."
Through coaches and Pullman sleepers tt
Savannah and Jacksonville. Parlor cars Jack
sonville to. Tampa and Washington to Pint,
hurst. Through sleeper to Atlanta. DInlnj
'Yoo p. m. dally, except Sunday "Seaboard
Florida Limited." Solid Pullman electrte
Hinted train with club, dining, compartment.
V$X observation cars to Jacksonville, at.
Aucustine. and Palm Beach, with sleepers ta
Miami and Knights Key (for Havana. Par
Ur car Jacksonville to Tampa.
16 p. m. dally "Seaboard Express." Else
trlcally Ughed sleepers and observation carl
eoulDPed with electric fans. Through service
io savannah. Jacksonville, Tampa. Atlanta.
Birmingham, and Memphis; alsu tbroucs
leever to Plnehurst. Dining car.
Ticket Office, 1418 New York Ave. N. VI.
1 E. A. HARWOOD, C. T. A.
G. Z. PHILLIPS. D. P. A.
C b. RYAN. O. P. A.. Portsmouth. Va.
" SOUTHERN .RAILWAY.
N b. Following schedule figures publishes'
aniv as Information, and not guaranteed:
w . ..... ni.mln.1iam Lf).it. .
Orleans. Ashevllle, 9:00 a. mjand 10:45 p. m.
dallr: 9:00 a. m. dally for Chattanooga aai
r..Ahi- Dining cars.
fnr Roanoke, KnoxvlIIe. Chattanooza.
Birmingham. New Orleans. 10:10 p. m. daily.
DForiRoanoke. KnoxvlIIe, Chattanooga. Meni
car open after 10 p. m.) Dining cars.
For Charlotte, Spartunburg. Atlanta. Annlj
ton. BinnmgiMuu. . t- . uawjr. uming
Tourist cars for California Monday. Wed
nesday. Thursday. Friday. Saturday, t-jj
P' -J0 ..K." TWk. T..l-1
b-or ui&zukv'.'. V...M..,.. .uiBii nar
lotte. Columbia, Charleston. Aiken. Augusta.
...nnh Jacksonville, and FlnHrin t...
j-0 p. m. dally. Dining cars.
'Local lor Harrisonburg, 8:30 a. m dally
8:35 P- n- an1 : - m- wetkdiys; for
Danville, 7:30 a. m. daily and for Chariot:es
rtlle. 7:30 a. in. and 4:30 p. m. dally; fot
Warrenton. 4:30 p. ro. dally and 4:5J p. m.
week days. Frequent trains to and from
SJtttmont. L. B. BROWN. General Agsat.
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