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FOB PENNSOROVE With Dye Works in Opera tion, Powder Town Still Enjoys Prosperity PREDICTED SLUMP HAS NOT ARRIVED Special to The Evening Journal. PENNSOROVE, N. J., March ft—Local business conditions have been given-an Impetus, rallier Hum Impeded, during this winter in spile of the prevailing sentiment at the signing of the armb' tloe, that there would be a tremendous ;S"SÄ'Ä""i.»wr. feared that there would bo a **?*''*„ exodus of the newcomers and the town left so burdened with taxes that It ould be uuah'e to weather Hie blow. The results have been just the re verse. Optimists have apparently Hr umphed a* several new iada»lries have come to lovvn and the dye works ha_ practically taken ' Hl e nhee men. having a . une w' o al Carnoy s l > nt or Pea n g -• - had formerly k«en *®P ,0> " powder produt.ng plan_. Ä !».« street'ha»' been r -modeled and a wrap ner*faelorv established there during The n^l w nter This plant's business me pa»« iu a oew w 1 oca Hon is being looked for, on whicii to build a larger factory. This llrm .-mplovs about one b.undred women aid when the new factory lsbullt.lt h said about two hundred will be-cm ployed. The WelNbach Company has also e.-tabllshed a factory here and Is employing a number of persons In the manufaelure of mantles for gas Jets, Several business men this week said ; ncy had fell a very slight falling off in their business since the signing of the armistice. . The contractors and builders are kept busv remodeling old stores and build lug new ones. Many of the business men aro making extensive Improve-, monts to their properties, anticipating that the dve works will expand and that the other plants of the duPont Point will be company at Carney's jioned up with new Industries. Pcnil'n# the action by the U. S. Sen at« on Uie bill poverninff the Imnnrtlng of dye-stuffs into the United Mates, there will be no new conatrurtlon work started at the dye works plant by the duPont company. An engineering d» •artment Is malnlalnej at the plant to ;tke care of the major repair Jobs. At Carney's Point, the homes of thousands of munll'on workers, dur ing the war are stilt occupied in spite of the fad that the powder works have ceased their war-time activities. A census Just made shows that out of the 1828 house* available, nearly 1790 are now occupied by famll'es of men em ployed at the Dye Works and powder milts. There are approximately about f.vio Inhabitants of Carney's Point, ex elusive of Pennsgrove. The dye plant, which was begun bo -fore the war ended. Is now engaged in turning out some of the most needed ■jyf « for eommeroe. and has furnished opportunity for employment to hun r|r*ds of men About 8ft per cent, of the Inhabitants of Carney's Point at this time are employed at the Dye Works and were former powder workers A greater portion of the foreign labor that during the war was housed at the camps surrounding Carney's Potnl have gone snd the buildings raxed. With the llsappearanre of this element of tem aorary workmen tbo village Is made jp of permanent householders. The census show, that there ye ?ftft5 children of school age In the village. Most adequate school facilities have been acquired consisting of three new school houses built during the war. one brick building built by the Board of Education, anil two large frame building» lui'U bv the duPont company. Also, the company has donated eight bungalows to the Board of Education for school purposes, A few houses built for use during the war-time rush In the village have been »IK.XI KM ATK—KOIt «XI 1 —FOR SALE— 128-arr* farm, near Port Penn. Ten room dwelling hon«*, largo barn, granary uud • •thrr outbuildings. Price Includes stock, crops and machinery. A paying proposi tion. Immediate posKCRtlon. West Second St., 1300 block—Six rooms, tiled bath, hearer, cemented cellar; lot WxlOO feet. Suitable mortgage. Posses ion .Tune 25. Last Eleventh St., 600 block—Six room*. >ath. good condition. West Seventh St., UOO Mock—Nine rooms, ■ath. porch, heat. West Tenth St.. 500 block -Large real-1 lone*, suitable for apartments. West Truth St , S00 block-Mno rooms, ■alU, porch, heat. Weat 17th St.. 100 block—New plan square residence: First floor, large llvingronm, linlngroora, pantry and kitchen. Pour spa tious sleeping rooms ami modern bath on vecond floor. Hot water heating system nnd all improvements, i'asseaslun about March 25. Weat Second St.. 1000 block—Eight room», i'.itb, electricity: runt through to Pleas tut street. East '.Uth Rt„ 200 Mock—Six rooms, bath, torch, »tram heat You can't beat them. I'hestnut St.. 12P0 block—Six rooms, bath, t.'hesfnut St., 1000 block—Six rooms, tleetrlc light, bath, heat. Concord Are., 200 block—Eight room*, hath, porch, heat. Clayton SL, S00 block—Seven rooms, bath, noreh. heat. duPont St., 100 block—Five rooms, bath, >oreh. Lancaster Ave., ooo block—Six rooms, ■nth. cemented cellar. Monroe St.. »00 block—7 room*, bath, heat, cinvton St., loo block—Modern six room welling*, hot water heating system: *ult ihlc mortgage. Heed St.. P00 block—7 room*, hath. West Eighth St., 1000 block—Six rooms, lath, porch, heater. 1P2» Shallcroaa Ave.—Six rooms; lot tlxsr. feet. Eighth snd Spruce Ft».—Store property. 1 rooms and bath. South Van Buren 8t., 000 block—Six room*, bath, porch. North Van Buren St. 600 Mack—Ten Moms, bath, porch, heat. Fifth aud Washington Si».—12 room*. »nth. Kill Madison St.—Nine room*, hath, porch. heat, gamge for three car*. SOS Washington St.—Ten rooma, bath.! heater. mon w. Sixth St.—Eight room*, bath, porch, heat, eleelrle light, «everal outbuild ings. orehard. fine imek garden. Location tv retient and will Improve rapidly tn value jd2 feet on Sixth street: depth, about 175 feet. 1121 XV. Third St.—Eight rooms, bath. 510 N. Jackson St.—Six rooms, hath. Third St., inoo block—Corner pron t-ly. 0 mom«, hath, space for garage. If tnterehted, act quickly. „ FUIE. AUTOMOBILE. LIABILITY AND PLATE OT.XSS INSURANCE. Agent for Columbia. Home, National. Royal and United States Ca«ualty Insur «nee Companies. w. Money Loaned on First Mortgages. 7 "dsiffiSsy «.•» w Fouru. bl ' 0' «n* 5170 ' Pinning a Medal On mr. newsk. You've probably often had a hunch that the guy who Invented noise had the life of a nevwboy In mind. For, from what given point can you gather more outburst of clatter and ■■ WOX TRET ' V, fc!L m i 3S j^N . L - r «ge hustling newsle7 ^ w j, 0 tells you every day Just what's h,lp .. .*«> — 'the street more than once In your llfe i din than from Uie throat of the av doing all over the land. We ll bet you've soon a dispenser of lime. „ .. ... DkLIa ever slop to consider these lu ll and a few 11« Bldell-gtvts when you pennies over to "Jimmy.' MAJ0S lose THEIR 90B>, ^AnV'HANGISC», March »—All * maid ha/i to do to lose her Job In a elirtiiifjp . j™ a(tn W as to look ..relty When the Pad Be Union Club k^ikd Pierre G. Moore, wealthy mem 2T M. wttt m i-Yanciaco s other clubs fired every, maid under 4«. - - , orn rtoWn . some because of having outllv) . d their day and usefulness and some to les>en ltlf nre risk. Th - village has been provided with in excellent place of amusement, estab ! n^bed by the duPont company, for so | ct>1 and rcC r«ational life. A A M. C. A i| 1M peon established In the Y. W. C. A. i Dtiilvllns erected during the war for the i accommodations of the girls and wo njen C mpIoyed at the plants and living ln t j,e dormitories, during the rush period. The duPont Club at the foot of Bav gtre-'t affords the people a rccrea ll0 „ center. Three ehurehes have been established, and new edifices erected by Episcopal. Presbyterian and 1 Catholic congregations. Ground has p^n g «t aside for the Methodists on w hj C h they will soon begin erection of a new church home. The Newsle? REAL ESTATE— KUR SALE. REAL ESTATE— By EsksE Pir®p®irty H®rr® LEstod Perhaps It wilt provide the answer to ; your housing problem. An Increasingly ! active market is fast depleting the num ber of available, desirable homes.. This office stands in position to help anyone interested. —MANY OTHERS— $900 TO $35,000. TWENTY-SECOND ST. NEAR JEFFERSON Nine rooms, bath, 2 porche», hot water heat. 210,000. CLAYTON STREET NEAR TENTH Eight rooms (4 be drooms) 2 porches, bath and healer. S6000. EIGHTEENTH STREET NEAR WEST Ten rooms, bath, porch, healer. 17500. 1805 FRANKLIN STREET Within a stone's throw of the park. 10 rooms, bath, porches, hot water heat, garage space. 2404 MADISON STREET Six rooms, bath, porch and heater. FIFTH STREET NEAR WASHINGTON Eleven rooms, bath and heater. A paying apartment section. 16600. 18 E. THIRTY-FOURTH STREET Six rooms, bath and porch. 92800. 734 E. TWENTY-SECOND STREET J Six rooms, batii. porch, healer. 93200. 503 EAST FIFTH STREET 1 Seven rooms, brick. 91500. 106 SCOTT STREET Six rooms, bath, porch. 92700. JEFFERSON STREET NEAR EIGHTH Eight rooms, bath, heater. A big revenue producer. 91800. LANCASTER^ AVENUE NEAR BROOME. Seven rooms, bath and heater. 93500. "9 Ninth and Orange Streets. D. & A. 713 E. S. HICKMAN. President. I, I j ' ■ | I ! I i i | ] ESTATE—FOR RKVI. HEAL ESTATE—KOH RENT. Ill XI FOE EEMT ENTIRE BUILDING. N. E. COR. 8TH & ORANGE STS. containing large store suitable for most any kind of busi ness, two apartments, five rooms and bath each. Immediate possession. CARROLL W. GRIFFITH 224 West Ninth Street. Lumber Is More Valuable Today than ever before and you cannot af ford to take chances on inferior stock. You'll he surprised at the small amount of waste you will have if you only talk your needs over with US. ASK US. PHONE 130 Wilmington Sash & Door Co •9 MILLWORK BEAVER BOARD WilminKton, Del. LUMBER Front end Mftthson Street». jw ' Soooo wj o^ooaooooooocooc» BISHOP SHAMS Episcopal Diocese of Delmar BEADATEASTON via is Left Without Head PRELATE BORN IN IRELAND IN 1833 EASTON, Md.. March ft—The Right Hev. William Korbe* Adams, bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Eas'.on, dlfd at his home yest' rday. He was eighty-seven years old HI«i death uas due largely to the InOrmltle* of By the death of Bishop Ad»J>£. Episcopal churches of the entire Del marvia Pen nsula comprised of Del» waro and Ui« TMieru Hjo* • ° • ^ Und, arc 1 ft without a J?**®®^* f By the resignation In October of •Bight Rev. Dr. F. J. Ktn.-man from • bishopric of Delaware nnd »he refus. i of Bishop Thomas, of Wyoming, to sue k-ced him that d • without a hM d. ; nr. Adams was born in Ireland At of eight he was brought .o 1 , hl „ country. He was ordalmvl deacon , 1n (g-.o and In July 186ft. was ordained „no,!. He was nominated to the House j 5 Bl.hops 1» g*«. parUl« in the Dlw *** v L,^ <-,* (was elected Moalonary Blahop lo New the same year and ! He was consecrated In W. Paul» church New < ir'ean*. his work In L. " |S? he be by 111 health to rvo-« a - "*•*; "® "5 ^me reetrr of '^! y . 1 .„k \la S P elect vicksburfl Miss., and tn 1887 was elect* tH i Bishop of Easton. Md. Your faithful servant—the want ad— ut a moment s no ready to serve you tice.—Adv. HKAL ESTATE f OR RENT FOR RENT. Apartment. 4 room« and bath ; l./X), Possession at West Seventh street, once. Apply A. W. POSEY, 206 W. NINTH ST. Phone 282. RE \L ESTATE—FOR SALE. B. B. OFFICIALS ■■■■■ ■■ C. L. Bardo Heads Commit tee of Ten to Confer OF WAOE BOARB With Employes HINES' WORK FAR FROM COMPLETE NEW YORK, March 6.—The Railway Executives' Asaoclatlim hat appointed a committee to çonfer with representa Uvea of the railroad brotherhoods on w -agca and working conditions. The ac ,| 0n W as taken In response to a request The^ctmmill'ee'^of rxacuUves. of whleh a L . Uardo of lhe N , w York< w Haven antl ,, arUordi „ chairman, >|« to become part of a Joint board under the Transportation art to sriilr wage demands that have been p eB jj M since last August. Altogether railway labor organizations have ,j_=. —— - — = REAL ESTATE— KOR SALE. on mortgages, any amount. In sums to suit. Will not keep you waiting, if you have good security. WALTE» E. »»WELL, 839 MARKET STREET, money to loan JJunsfc & W®rdl to TIh®s® Wlh© Hew Lktoäl 'Wnftlfci Tlhjis OBFug® If you do not sec your property advertised do not think we arc not working hard to sell it for you. We have a large list; we also have a large list of buyers. If your property is listed with us. with the right to advertise, and we show" fail to advertise it as much as you wish, just call us on Hie phone and we shall be glad to advertise it more frequently. JUST A WORD TO THE MOVING PICTURE MAN. We* have for sale a property located in an excellent If you arc interested in section for a moving picture house, a proposition of this kind, call and talk the matter over with us. BELOW ARE PROPERTIES LISTED THAT I HAVE FOR SALE TODAY. 72» DUPONT STREET. Two stones. 6 rooms, bath, porch, hoi air heal, cemented cellar. Possession 30 days. 1806 MT. SALEM LANE. Two etortes. 9 rooms, bath, hot water heat, basement, cemented cellar, gas and electric. 1906 LANCASTED AVENUE. Two stories. 8 rooms, bath. 2 porches, cemented cellar, gas. Lev 20x100. Possession June 25. _ 515 WEST THIRD STREET. Three «tories, 9 rooms, bath, gaa and eteolrl®. Let 26x90. Pos session June. _ 216 NORTH JACKSON STREET. Two «tories. 8 rooms, bath, hot water heat, cemented oel.ar. gae. Lot 17x90. Possession June 25 711 MONROE STREET. Throe stories, 8 rooms, bath, gas, cemented cellar. 1500 WEST THIRD STREET Two story. 7 rooms, bath, porch, cemented cellar, gas and electric. Possession June. _ . 1212 WEST STREET. semi-detached dwelling. 8 rooma, bath, porch, cemented Two story cellar, gas. 1307 WEST STREET. Two stories. 7 rooms, hath, porch, hoi air heat, gas and eleolrt«. Possession 30 days. Lot, 20x75. 612 NORTH FRANKLIN STREET. Two stories, 8 rooms, bath, porch, cemented cellar, gu. slon March 23. Lot, 18x125. Posse» 1324 WEST FIFTH STREET Three stories. 10 rooms, bath, porch, hot air heat, c«m*nted cellar, . gas and electric. Immediat e possession. L ot. 16x115. 1119 WEST EIGHT STREET. Three stories. 10 rooms, bath, porch, hot air heat cemented cellar, and electric. Possession June 25 or sooner. 911 GILPIN AVENUE. Three-storv semi-detached dwelling. »0 room», bath, porch, hot air heat cemented cellar, ga s, big yard. P ossession June 2a. 1314 8J1ALLCROS8 AVENUE. Three stories. 10 rooms, bath, porch, hot «lr heat, cemented cellar, gas and electric. _ 220 WEPT FOURTEENTH STREET. Three-story, aetrl-dcteohed dwelling 10 rooms bath h rorcheS; heal, cemented cellar, e*» and electric. Lot, 25x109. Fo» hot water session June 25, 910 JEFFERSON STREET. Illrc«-«tori', semi-detached dwelling, 10 room*. 2 baths, 2 poroh««, hot air heat, cemented cellar, gaa. Lot, 39x130. nil WFPT FOURTH STREET (THREE-STORY BRICK APARTMENT 1123 bath, hot xvater heat, cemented cellar, gaa and Twelve rooms electric. tli EAST SEVENTH STREET. Lot, 16x85. Possession 89 to 60 Three storle*, 8 rooms, bath. days. 415 EAST EIGHTH STREET. Three-atory. 10 room«, bath, hot air heat, cemented cellar, gas and electric. Possession June 25. STORES. 28 SIXTH AVENUE. . . brick store and dwelling, 6 rooms, bath, cemented Two-story cellar, gas. 1611 LANCASTER AVENUE. dwelling, 0 rooms, bath, porch, hot and electric. Lot, 20x109. Two-slory stone store and air healer, cemented cellar, gas Three story brick ^Tn'r ^ee^Jore^dwelllng. ft rooms, session 39 days. __ 106 NORTH JACKSON STREET. and dwelling, 8 rooms, bath, porch, c« Throe-story brick store mented cellar, gas and electric. <6 E CORNESR THIRD AND MADISON STREETS. Three-story brick store and dwelling. 8 rooms, bath, cemented cellar, gas and electric. __ 606 MADISON STREET. Three-story brick store nnd dwelling. 7 rooms, bath hot air heat, cemented cellar, gas and electric. Immédi at« possession. 811 WEST FOURTH STREET. Three-story brick »tore and dwelling. 9 rooms, hath, cemented 1 electric. Lot, 17x85. cellar, fräs fn« Fred B« •msMiEiam, neu ESTATE INSURANCE. MORTGAGES. 211 WEST SEVENTH STREET Telephone 7010 office Oiun 9 x M io P M. Tucday* md Saturdays Until 9 P. M been asked by President Wilson li committee» for the board. name Besides Mr. Bardo the committee ol executive» I» composed of G. E. Bales Delaware and Hudson: F, Baltimore and Ohio; F. AV. Brown Atlantic Coast Line; A. E. Lindsay, New York Central: A. W, Trenholm, Chicago, st. Paul, Minneapolis > a muei o. stnckiand. formerly of th Chicago Bn,t Northwestern ; j. w. ihr gins of flallroad Adjustment Board No. 1 ; C. P. Neill, of the Bureau of Informa tion of the Southeastern Railroads, and j, o, Walber of the Bureau of Informa tion of the Eastern Railway». E. Hlusei Omaha; III \I KSTVTE-HHI HM.K — , , u iitirbaa home, with city eon renin«-*«. Lancaster und «ray avenue», »ln.* mom«, bath. p«r« a. hem. awioi.. imuy «», '.f* . dltl.u. Ptenl y «f »h»d<- <"•*- a.mw i« '»«■>** c,r *' IFW Home Emy^irs ®r Em v® store Fourth and Union Mntt«. hotod hon»r«. «ach tlx room, both nnd poroh Locntlou Ifruwlng In v«luc. Good InveMiucut. 1«»1C IVNt Third 8t., nlno room*, bath, porch, heat. Corner property. Convenient I location. ■I, mom». rXCTSO* W. Second »twt, bath, healor. fis snd elacirt*; »II In good order. Ca J« O'K«®::® 5 W. SEVENTH ST. Phone 1981 HEU. ESTATE M>R SALE. WANTED. THREE OR KOI'B ROOMS, ON THE I HIST Fl.ooit, WITH BATH, II FOB MBf.E, W EST SIDE. ABOVE HIXtH ST. HAVE MCE TENANT. C. M, TOWNSEND. 02a MARKET STREET. 928 L©v®nnag Av®«, 6 rooms, bath, gas and porch. I'rice $2800. Phono 819. 256 N. 9lh St. . 415 Last Eighth street. :i-story brick house, 10 rooim, bath, gas and electric, steam heat. Must be sold quick. Rea sonable price. ( LOOK, INVESTORS Nine frame houses, renting for $90 per month, will sell all to quick purchaser for $5600. One two-story brick house over the Brandywine, good location, (» rooms, bath, porch, heat. Price $4000. Country residence, one car fare from any part of the city, 3-storv house. 9 rooms and bath, 3 porches, electric lights, hot water heat, garage, chicken house and other buildings, plenty of shade and shrubbery, and 10 acres of good trucking ground. Three-story brick house on Concord avenue, 9 rooms, hath and heater. 3 porches, good condition. Possession can be arranged. For particulars sei Alllb fc ¥/. Pes®7 G» Ho H s.ydbm 206 VV. Ninth Street. Phone. 282. Tib® E®sft Emit aumdl M®®£ Atoractiv© ®ir Pn®© Sqnar* plan. •Dutch hair «Act; HvtmrraaOb 12*1!» feci; dlntorrooDi, kitchen, pantry ana detached porche», IIrat Door: thne* bedroom«, bath and porch on lb* second flour, with aturago space In the attic Hot water heat tgoaranteed), open fireplace, gta and electric, rhealniil trim lira! door and colonial flnlah «•■rond floor, with birch door». Laundry tn basement and all floors finished solid. of In»-- house» left, and can rl*-e possession March 29, and the purrhaaer may aa lect the wall paper» Now upon for Inspection. Corner property of all rooms, bath, pantry and K raif with two stairways, gaa and rb-etrle, with se r*-csptaclea. shower bath, complete laundry In baw-UKUt. as» water heater, screens, awnings and shades all go with the property. Located on paied * This la the most complete and attractlee ttttle hem« we have offen- 1 for a long tlma. It la lu lui maculate condition, having Just been re decorated and painted, ee the owner ill I not Intend to vacate. I'osseaatM be given. «3.0UD In cash required. « 27TH AND WASHING TON 1 liera are m 200 WEST 25TH ST. can In th* vicinity of Ninth and Jackaon Rts. A acaaV detached, three »lory iiriek, with modern Improve ment». Including porch, heater, (a* and eleciric. Ma» five bedroom* and I» lu the b.«t uf condition and the price Include» »< rerun, awuluga, »bade», «rtc. Poaaet tlon In 30 day». We have a nice little aquare p bath houaej near Second and «4.:>U0, with po»»ea»iou 30 daya. NO. 1011 KIRK AVENUE. * Un, tercD room« and Broomo atrveta, at A three-atory brick, ten room» and bath. la* 22x1 no fed. with ample garage apace. Hot water heaL open fireplace, porche» and the property la In 'cry good condition. r.>»a*».lou can bo arranged Th»ro la nothing like this at the price on the market. 600 VAN BUREN Thpee-atory, aeml-detached, brick dwelUng. with 12 rooma and bath. *lde porche» and water on the third floor. Vapor Wi, gaa and eloclrlc and a gar Jk Thh! r property it tn excellent condition and la vary dealrable for moat any profeaalonal «*■. ••«}**•»*» a pbytlclan or dcntlat. Doeseaalou in thirty day». Three-atery. aeml-dctaebed brleh, ten roome and h two porchee, heater. Thla I« one of the boet Id'entlal location*. Property In good condition and poaaraoion. NINTH AND WEST 1211 r> b WEST NINTH Three-atory, aeml-detached brick, ten roema ana bai^Alnlch hail" cffc-t flrat floor. ■ t y i °., t> ,° , T?'L'' heater, good condition Thla 1* a eery dealrabln ioca PoflMMiM J ono 28. 1311 CLAYTON tlon. with r» •lactric. A ■nr.no plan, »1* rooms and bath booM. -„„•inn hall nan try and porch, gaa and hra'or Thla Is a v.-ry i-ouv*nl*ut 1 oration. Th« »tract ta pavad and poaantlon J un* 23. 104 WEST 19TH Sevan room« snd bath, »«««Ur. Tbaej«** Uttlr bom** «r« In good condition. Tb« pfM » pi,'*» with poasa»lon Juue w. 1823-25-27 AND 29 W. 4TH ST. A corr Utile »Ix room and bath bona«, withJuntw. porch"<4œentûnar >nd electric. Uo.wa.l.n May ». 313 HAST 22ND Three »tory brick, *«v»n room», batt I»* * cheap houee. 605 EAST 6TH. PracCI rally new. »qua re plan, cornerpropertyi rt» 1 rooms, reception hall, pantry. «»• rJfS"VxS fact modern tbrougho«» and in good ,??' Jt}? 1» a ran- opportunity, «« the convenient iocat'® 11 elUn Inatc* carfare, which makes it very desirable. 19TH AND TATNALL \ new eqnare plan property, with four bedroom*. • hr,-, porches. i., rvHnis - lavatory and room for « „ \\ ,. ,.«|| give Immediate po»se»alon of thla £$!riy. a* « quick aale Is desired. Nothing like H 27TH AND WASHING for the money. TON an7^o f u?f^ e a ,r g2" e rh^^-- t bcÄ^r pantry with summer kitchen: Immediate pollllITiT - no t« bad. *2,ouu in.cash require*!. T 1029 ! CLAYTON VERY DESIRABLE LOTS. *. "»ÄBSKJft« Has a paved on both aired» tiou in the city. 22 ND AND BOULEVARD Part of the Gauae estai» : *l»e 210x245 f»«t. A spleudld opportunity for a building operaU n. 11TH AND CLAYTON STS. n*s two front*, on* n« __lWl»?H | ,**!HBi through (a Franklin street, 6o0 fed by 144 fed. A beautiful location. BOULEVARD NEAR 26TH ST. the Boulevard. Bl*e (10 feet b y 135 In course of oow One Mock from fc-.-t. Several attractive homes are at ruction, adjoining this property. 29TH AND FRANKLIN CARROLL W. ORîFFTTÜ a» 224 West Ninth Street oic evening* open l ucsday and • - I BKU. ESTATE—KOH SAL K. -—FOR SALE— lift? Van Buren street. wk> West Second street, 208 Monroe street P. H. HORTY, 008 FORD BUILDING. 1(DXD4 SlbcJUIeiroM Av©Ma© 8 rooms, bath, porch, gas, ce ment cellar, heat. Possession March 25, 1920. Price $4750. 226 W. Ninth St Phone 819.