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TTTR WASHINGTON TIMis, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919.
FAIR TREATMENT OF OWNERS ASSURED Ml . 1 1 i - YOU THE ONE ARE j t I mmmum TO E G. YOHKDS n ttnwT nw km jwst eam fJIsf sy Snnn Ims mt 144) XMtacne strt wns sst 'kt wk t iE.I.Tnksrs, Tte prssWnnt tn IHaritfirr Oroesrjr Onwu Ifr. Tankers TrM take wew)w at nh. Tap nosns to In wttt 1I as rwmwti tbs teat word te mod am fcwi ylfriti. Kanr Jrle nnrehasnd tn ata- jnjn eotontel horn at 4M0 Ssorgla . JL Omir toWljU prnn mctr t tt Xfchtk stmst aowthsaat to Mm. Hinr11 Bwltrtiw. who will it .iiiiiiIii at mm. Both sates war lfkwiM ma4 throne 8kuaoa ft Lwchs. PAYS $238,160 FOR SITE IN DOWNTOWN WASHINGTON Joseph Forrors baa purchased the business property at Tlt-711 Fonr teeath street for $t,lt. The deed was xfffned by Thonws W. Hay, Jamee B. Archer and Chartae J. Mur phy aa snnsittnte trustees under the laat will of xColunabtis Archer. The property haa a f rentage of IT J feet on Fourteenth etreet and a depth of 14 feet. SON OF ORfGfNAL OWNER f BUYS SITE FOR $40,000 The baelaeet prepertr at 171 FenaeyiYfla arena, owned by the Angels OnleeUl estate, tu pur chased laat -week: by Frank B. OfatoelH, paying- teUer at the Com mercial National Bank, at a consid eration of iiO.M. JUOhtsellt Oe merchant tailors, new oeoatay the preaerty. aHannaMSaanaiHHBHMHM" CHARLES P. STONK Is enjoying a two weeks' vacation from his work at Stone & Fairfax. LBROY QADDIS secretary of Al 1 K- Walker tc Ce refuses to dis ease the realty situation, with us any more' beeauee when he dees "his name always appears in the paper." That's no way te keep out of print, Mr. Gaddie. R. O. BDMOHMTON is back again at the Moore HiU race" after a yery suceessful operation fer the re-. moral of hie tonsils. CA Few Pointers About "W T HEVERLl The Lots are Large in SIZE yet REA SONABLE te PRFCE! ; Your.iiiYCStjiicnt is APPRAJSED, BONDED wd PROTECTED "withot atkft&oiial expease to yol l..V .; Permanent improvements,4 4ostef tSojOOO are, being installed without asscsCeirt-.ovflse. tk owners! .;.'.,;..'.':. Hs owner LIVES o the- properigr-r-fonttly supervises its management awl Me is JiEAVlLY .INSURED, for the protecffc-of;Jhe,. lot buyers! M ysm JM&f & few minute from the ceatsr of (hm which you earn readtty carry, call ROBERT MARSHALL 410 District Ntal Bank BWf. 3747. 3CR. MAUDS P. HULL, of the Woman's .Realty Sxehange. repertB inac eaen any brings an Increasing number of clients to this, one of the city's most promising, real estate firms. : What other President meet nearly aproaehes the present Chief Bxeou tire in the careful use of well ehesea language r WILLIAM H. 8AUKDSR8 beUeves that -Garfield was the second beet PresMeatial exponent of the cor- reot In BnsjDea and. JOSBFH D. SOXLIYAH is again in the local real eetate fold with mtm jmcwm, vrjsVA B&avm MX., J mmt a year serriee mi tne army. Stanley Homer has awarded the contract for the construction of a three-story fire-proof garage build ing on the east side of Fourteenth, between K and L streets at a eost of approximately $900,090. The building will be of the latest design in construction, and will be handsomely decorated. It will h need as the new home of the Buiek agency. The Fuller Construction Company has the contract for the building. Plans were drawn by Waddy Weed, the architect. The firm of Shannon it Luchs hare arranged the financing of the enterprise, aad they will be the exclusive rental agents for the property.. HMBUILlMi FINE NEW GARAGE I ' nv ' .' BJ " I The SoOat ELIAS BREESKIN "Om f tib Bom VioiMrti." Chicago Tribune. WaeehFe UST YOUR PROPERTIES FOR SALE HERE We sell them quickly an4 to food advantage. We have many buyers who hare large amounts of cash to invent immediately. It wiH be to your interest to talk with us at once about what we- have for sale. . - (. -.- ; ' t - -V. . Exists . -.'45.-; -, ') ' r; ''""-' 'JwiBt . Speeding irlonthly for renlal, ;; &ivestng mM'homi making with nothing to show for the 0"-. :: m lay when- -trie time -oi'' liftoribc?i i-i. expires fV ; f . . . , - rv ' ; - - , '.: '..-.. rentaJi. . i. i . - --'?-' j t . - FJI.V; a nr Coti aam. aUMaBBhBBal nlanBankaf :V- I -. IW.k I bI'bT i,;, BE 1" I: ;H i-,: SEE" ' ' J ,J- nnnnlM L. G ,"' Loans 714 14tn St. N. W. Schroeder 5 and kivestsaeats nvw nVijPBiiBHBrejPnV mnnnjnnnnmnmv InVT anMpBBVIan1SttnlBrBnn1nnnVaVB andhiurance -.-.-' . f t Phone Without Fail OUT TOMORROW - - It May Be Your Last Chance nzi '. rsmTiiTni T" ; Come out to Washington's Finest Suburb. Learn about the Greatest U(W-Your-Own-Home" Plan ever devised. And do it tomorrow. J Later may be too late. To Own a Home Like One of ftBnaanViftBBBBaKlnl r-k- r. J ." es E2Lll ElOH HB? CP3B&2 Wi Mitral --- . r"-. ?' ?-?.$ 'ft 'f.. IbnM These For a First Payment of y $18f50 If You Own Two Lots in Beautiful RIVERDALE HEIGHTS An opportunity to have exactly the kind of home you want on terms that meet the needs of even the slenderest purse. Plans furnished free to homebuilders, and we show you how to finance the building. Don't delay it will soon be too late. Come out this afternoon or tomorrow. Take car at 15th and G Sts. N. W., or anywhere along line marked w ffcrgift Riverdale, Laurel or Berwyn. Our autos meet all cars. JuU JL 3 Here is your real opportunity to own your own bom and to own it in the Ideal Suburb; close to Washington, with two trolley lines and a steam rail way; with schools, churches, stores, etc., close toyou. 1st. Call at our office. Room I 'JeiHe hh Franklin sos, 3. Come to Riverdale Heights Saturday after er 54, Hit F SI. N. W and JafS?." TmSoV&& Sd"; ? car Fifteenth and G Sts. N W. or any I In Air UHlaii i.r V..1.I1 Jmv tu .ull. noint alnnff lino marked Plv.r.1. I. sural nr HrWVB. Ur t .11 .1.-... IL!. l I ' r" """- "" --.. ---- o -.. .,... ... .ua.v, -. v.., . .,-- iMia ti uum inis jiian. 1 jour i-omciiitBcc. feBj2jSQ ST i.u ni Nothing you can do tomorrow can be of so vital im portance to you as an inspection of Rhr4U H sights. But if you have an engagement i that CAN'T he hroks 4ont fail to send this coupon at oncsl Saturday afternoon and Sundays' our autos meet all cars. RIVERDALE HEIGHTS RmJ Estate Dnfrt., Room 54, MetMtfott Builanng, 1110 F St. N. W. , Daie. , GeBtlemen Pita mmI em frtkr ininat ah sit y?fr low at KiYerdak Heights and rmr- J6ay,fayiiisjt Plan. Addrasa I ,. The J.W. Hollo way Co. Riverdale Heights Dept. Room 54 Metzerott Bldg., 1110 F St. Phone Franklin 898 r t-