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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1913, Washington, District Of Columbia                               r THE WASHINGTON POST: SUNDAY, JULY 20, 1915 ERECTED AND ADAPTED FOE ONE PURPOSE [nnnnnnnnnanncinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnunnnn n Here's a Home You Will Be Proud to Own at a Price You Can Afford to Pay TMa bulldlBK. which If being ludrl 111-1 1 ifr on I airman MnSBKlor. and In detJiinciJ tor the hso- SOUTH LEADS A BOOM NEW MAGAZINE HOME Increase of Building Shawn By Permits Issued. THE MJDPJ-E WEST HAS LOSS Comparison- of Figures Hurt Raton's Ratio Has Decreased. Fewer Permits Issued Here, but Local Builders Say Conditions Are Satisfac- Cities Are Compared. Work Being Rushed on Build- ing for Geographic Society. BEADY JOB PRESSES SOON Structure at Florida Avenue and JEck- ington Place Being Constructed for Ex- peditious Publishing Adds to Beauty of Copies Handled Monthly. Building permits were takeo out In June in bS cities to the number of Involving: a total estimated eoat of as affatnat permits, In- A olving for the corresponding month a year agwi showing- a. decrease of permits and or 13 per ent, according to official reports to the <'onstruetion -As between gains Jesses in cities in the same auction, contradictory prevail, and as a result the situation is somp- what complicated. These were sains in U3 cities and losses In cities. As a whole, the Southern cities make the best showing, there having been gains In ten fities and losses In only 'three. Washington was excluded from the list. The local records show that for the month of June, 19J2, permits were issued for construction -work, totaling and In the mon-tb of June. 1913 the permits Issued totaled 410, with only an estimated coat, of This pre- sents a decrease of 144 permits and -which presents a loss ratio of about 250 per cent, which If added to the totals of the country would increase the ratio toy 3 cant, or from 13 pet cent to 18 per cent. Lecal Agettts Satisfied. An explanation great difference in the value of the building permits in these two months may be made bv the that the pertmlt for the Ar- Iletcl. amounting1 to S3 OTO 000 -was oat of K12, but this ivot the decrease in tne jinmbfr of permits Issued However, fhf men interested In. the realty businas in "W ash- ingtop, whatjier developers, agents of fri vstors. satisfied thut the condition of tlic Jn- TVashtngton. although a' dull, is sfe-tihfactoi The Southern cities mafce a good shoe- ing, -with gains in Baltimore of <3 per i rnt Norfolk, 51, Atlanta, 11: New Oi- l-ans. 174, Memphis, 1; Birmingham, W, i harlottr, Chattanooga, 179, Tampa US. 66, with losses in Louisville of per   will continue to a general real estate, loan, and Insurance business___ The new building which is being con- structed for JUdd Detweiler, to be used exclusively for the publication of the magazine ol the National- Geographic So- ciety, Is nearing completition. The build- ing is located on Florida avenue at Bck- ington place, near the Baltimore and Ohio freight station, and ia designed for the expeditious and economic handling of the work. The membership of the society has increased to such a number, now amounting to about that the old facilities made it impossible to produce the magazine to the best advantage. Parking in Front of Building. The building has a frontage on Florida avenue of 142 feet, and extends back along EcKington place. A large parking is provided for In front of the building, the building Itself sitting back 150 feet from the avanue. The building Is constructed of brick, and is to be two stories in height Every care has been taken to expedite the handling of the paper stock and the Shipment of the magazine There is a covered approach on the end facing the freight depot, through which the paper stofk will be received The print- Ing will be done on the second floor and returned to the first, to be bound and delivered at the most end of the build- ing The building will be completed for installation of the presses within a few weeks CLUB TO REMODEL HOME. Commercial Awards Contracts for Work on Farragut Square Building. Samuel J. Prescott Co have been awarded the contract for remodeling the 'buildine for the Commeicial Club, whfch is on Farragut square. Bids wore opened week by the commiteee in the offices of Milbura, Heis- ter Co the architects for the -Work. William Johnson Is chairman of the com- mittee, and has stated that work will be rushed so "that the entire club may be re- moved the 1st of September. The bar has now been placed in the new quarters. _ HOROSCOPE The stars incline, but do not compel.' SUNDAY, JULY 2O, 1013. 3Vow Three Oa Ilia According to astrology this is a day of ill fortune Mara, Jupiter, and Uranus are all In unfavorable aspect. While this configuration rules It is to avoid any action which will effect fu- ture polio In domestic or public Journeys are under an unfortunate rule. Any one subject to under Aries between March 21 and April especially menaced while the planet ex- ercises malefic power The influpnces are said to be conducive to illnesses which affect the liver, anil women are especially sensitive. Careful rl t ami a serene state of mind afe bene- fit HI The- f is a tendency today, the seers Solves Problem of City Suburban Residence aut's Addition To the City of Washington. 4 "Not a Suburb But a Part of the City Itself" 4 If you to avoid the trouble and expense of maintaining both a city and suburban home, you can do so by locating in this splendid addition i Every advantage and enienee of the ejty, with suburban comforts 20 minuter TO the heart of the city, by a car line operating cars every tv, o minutes Homes that are replete with modern addition. 7 to 9 rooms and bath. See them PRICES REASONABLE. Branch Office, 1-Uh TERMS ACCOMMODATING, t tl De  farm 4mi rt (lf hTQ PiTite n on A 37 Acre Fruit, Truck, and Poultry Farm, H Mile From Trolley. FARMS FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE Virginia Farm Bargains. in 1 T say, to exaggerate small worries and to indulge in rebellious thoughts. The as- pect tends to increase mentaj and to produce restlessness. According to ancient belief, perils liith- ed In mountains when Jupiter frowned, and travelers were in danger when planet was adversely posited. It is prognosticated that public opinion will be aroused b> continued exposures of organized incendiarism in the United States and that a nation-wide movement will be started to prevent loss of life anjj property by fires This movement, it Is held, will be aided by insurance com- panies, but "Western wdirten tfrill probably initiate it This reading ia obtained from tbe positions of gaturn and t Tram) a Controversies In 6ne of the leading Protestant denominations are foretold. The stars are supposed tft presage such bitter feeling that it echism will be nar- rowly averted. Infant mortality will increase ifreatly in cfertaln this month. There is a sign which indicates an epidemic among city children Persons whose birth date It Is have the forecast of a year of anxieties. They will be likely to engage In lawsuits, and divorce is one of the possibilities. Women are Warned to avoid quarrels and domes-1 tic difficulties Children born on this day may en- counter many vicissitudes. They should be guarded against a tendency toward lintruthfulness t3ea voyages are pre- dicted for them (Copj'rlihl, bJ the HfcOlUfe fieWwiafref dloale.) LIVE STOCK MARKETS. ChicigO. July opened s Iron it and 945 HfrtU, ml.tcrl 8 9WO BO heavy, SlOfillS' Wug-h, pigs, T 30 CATTLiB llecelpts, 209 gtcadr, steers, 7 dd and feeders, cows and heifers, calves 8 50 SHEEP -RscelpcS 8006, wcah, fifttive sheep, 4 2S-B5 K yearlinis 6 75; ftatfrs lamps, 6 New York, July 19 Receipts, 434; steady, dressed beef in fair demand at Receipts, MA; strong; Virgiila reals, culls, 109) city dreessa Teals, 1M01IH, country dressed, 60 SUEBP Receipts. fthfep, 9 COST) 25 do and wethers, B 60fi> lamkm, 7 2B9S la ono Reeolpta, nominally steady. S- 4- N. L. SANSBURY CO. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS 721 13th Street Northwest Small Farms and Up. BON AIR Upon Application Washington's Latest Suburban Development A COMMUNITY OF LITTLE FAEMS WITHIN 30 MINUTES OF THE CITY Bon Air is inside tiie old District ilurtj minutes from the You can reach it eitlier of compet- ing electric lines or the steam i aihvay. A hne macadam road runs right through the prop- erty. Bon Air is beautifully bv prnale ountrv estates Primarily a com- munity ot little fantis, it iuts all city coii- A enieuces RKMKMP.HK lii the seiuut> of A our in the (liHiaitir and in in rity of the men engtigt-d in Ihe development. The owners ot Bon Air are well known to the pubhe, being leaders in the business and social life ot the community You can bu> one of these little farms NOW at a reasonably low lend you the money to build if you you ean pay for it the same von now pay reiil on practi- ally jour terms. Send ior literature or come to our office and be pleased to put the full particulars bclore and for a MSII of inspection Bon Air Sales Co., Washington, D. c 81O Evans Building. Phone Main 1824 1 1 in KtfftJ In i LoncF T i T Jiipv, of jT hi f i r rrmin pn ]Tf r nsir) li s 1 htrl 10rt truly ?0 wiSl from lion Tatjon m iind, H rppatr S m or 'f 1 100 a ifft frilt 'rw fruit" irllj OQI1 of ttir nf Or a rrnt fruit" in onr of anJ r Tsui K inar w r i foff fvl Ur Till a bargain J 000, Rcasoniblfl tarms Newly 10 Acres, Only 16 Minutes' Drive Prom Jlockville, Md. Tlirrlllng of 1 rioms a'tl nnc noil at ittcl-fn   mr 1 Just at (on for piu trr aofl Trult Immfaiate pnstrft on Price, jj ijjii A 10-Acre Farm and Grist Mill T1ili   f te to J TOITKN CO liib n nw FOft dirhfti-dfi of a I bind? r j> but rMrbe Sroirinc crops ATt'J D c BHu v FARMS WANTED POULTRT ftrvn. with trcrimmo actions for fiock 200 morp heafl mjBt be within easy commuting d's anre ngton full detal f at once Box lid thlfc 39 buy uraali large farm with or iDts, In Virginia or Man land iirect from Boj 61 this rent about 200 by perUno'd fanner, reference! 130, tBU offl.r id REAL ESTATE FOR SALE TO THE INVESTOR: you IB to take advaotaira a raro to buy a tract of land the car In the northwest, froto Chevy Chine 16 Great iFalls, at farm ttleit, ean flow Be subdnided and soW at an 300 per i-cnt' 147 Acres, at an Acre. HUlt increase In value morn you caa own. A chance in a lifetime. only desirable tract that can now ha4 at the original price before car line Is running next month. Don't wait! Act quickly. If you are able to make an Investment. R. E. L. Yellott Wilkins Bldg., 1512 H St. N. W. HALKIGH, !V, C. Of MARKET SITE. City of Kalelgh, N. C. The City of Raleigh, N. C., will receive sealed bide addressed to Its mayor, up to Slonday, the llth day of August, 19 at 13 o'clock m, for the cale of the Market House anjd site located In the heart of the business section of the city, surrounded by four streets, Fayettevllle, the principal business street on the west; Wilmington, principal wholei street, on the east, and two 80-foot streets on the north and south' This property faces 64 feet on Fayettevllle street, and runs back 210 feet to Wilmington street Just across the street situated the Merchants National Bank. Just the south, within 190 fset, the new story building of the Citizens National Bank and 160 feet, on Wilmington tho new twelve-story lauilding of the Commercial National Bank, tlnpsetwo mentioned buildings cost upward of ithirt 300 feet are situated other banks, one of which juet bean completed at a cost of about the Masonic Temple, the largest retail hard- ware, dry goods, gents' furnishing, and drug stores, a.nd the Postofflce building, now being remodeled at a cost of Within 400 feet are the two largest hotels, the plans have been drawn for the erec- Hlon of a new courthouse to cost within this distance. It is an ideal site for any store, hotel, or office building. Raleigh has made more progress in the past four years any other city in North Carolina, It has Inhabitants, is situated In a magnificent farming coun- try, and has, within a radias of 75 miles, over SOO.OOO people, it has three railway and the largest hydro-electric dis- tributing station in the State of North Raleigh -is the educational center of the State, and during nine months of each year more than students from a dis- tance are in attendance upon tys colleges and universities. This Is positively the best real estate proposition in the State of North Caro- lina. Sale is authorized by special act of legislature, and title Is perfect. No bid of less than will be considered, and the purchaser must atfres to erect a building to cost not less JlOO.OOfl. JfB6 city reserving the rignt to reject all 61d6. Terms: One-third In one and two years. Delivery of building: not litter than May 1, 1914, Under the act at legislature: no interest will charged opAfl unpaid portion of purchase pfice until delivery: city will receive tih- tll certified check Tor must eaeh bid to show good faith, Information address James I. Jehrison, Mayor City of Raleigh. Blue prints shewing whole situation sent on mo-it 300 Acres Overlooking Lake Ottl.v Terms. feai-galn hip it rule farm, rich pro- n ftsJds an he ii-rade ro cut 300 tons brook mnd take fiaurMl 000 coids wood. 1QU UQ9 ft lifnbtr Jriil 7 room house big barn u care for jf tiott oaK )I T iTiL? Full de fi( rlptioii and tnrjitSon uT ih and ir-any other farms nSaf rt or the 46 Stroul s Parr i (Catalogue "t> todi? fnr fpfe 3 A 1 -m 10 IJMIII! 1 i o B Philadel- phia Pa Farmt Dairy Farms Stook Farms f ho be11 in thff iu our fv ot rv i H M o ro 7 he AHaiitoo faino a brl jigt n O It) ac ciops s pes h Mott c' ihf e farm IB 6j in 'lei eat a'J eo. i trii apple I ond nij thid VIRGINIA. Near Va. A CftAfle feallt After Old KbgilVh Order. In Piedmont, And Witlua of ashtugton T. P offer to a k purLhftaer one of the moat, magnifl T j i a 500 t Jpflrpd at) 1 rema i in original foi cst oak A The land (M e! and 1 railing a i4 a c] o cuU'ia 101 and a b M FT A d spring and bi jn To imp1- PITHPL coi i a i oO'n f- hou P in Jndiliy ba h an 1 H 1  benefits i suiting TI MK r i imount of bafd dan "v K f tbefie pen e t i Hampshire K 1 F r ao .nj and all otnpi n he Juiy mat fluj i be fi Y -t xtena1on of the eald Hjn t prevlded for In and bv the A 0- r- KTB99 It 18 bv the t tin A I) 19H ordered all p u i A nc Interest ii pi t- jr1 t? w irnrd and nnrnmatidpi1 5 fa ,ntj7f on rr the u ,i 5 n 3 at 10 o no k n n a o OHM! fhe f n irt flnal i and t] at a ordei bo pi M Reporter an 3 on and on intp ve i rg TN aching on S a and 1 he in the said D ct i 32th da-r tf A i 01 ae ed 1ia' a cop b tie Luffe upoi su or and t be on In o 11 is sniooi located on top nt a i of P L tftlna affordtn s a v lew of the L j once. o Ju a i j. 40th rorl vf ir1- nlorrra ion Journal Pub Hou'-lnn 1 the saia iiar Inct of C lu- rupints of san D i o and 1 e Washingtor Po1- pi imine 1iatel> t A D 1930 It Is this notice and order c marshal or bis dcp owners of the fee o' i l p foi h s deputies TV U i n the ino jpon the tenan bp'ojp the said KT'I Bv the ouit 7 R YOLxr f leik By F E AnsistaQt CV l d S AUCTION SALES SM VLL. fa im cull Cation tram FARMS 15 hgi o', barn o s ma 1 j J '-arfc rle S i REAL ESTATE WANTED G 1IOLSL3 TO AND SELL 1O OB. HILL PbNDl-E ON l_0 F ST PiJONL M SLOAN CO Inc Aaets., 1407 G St. Auction Sale by Direction of the Postmaster General so il r oa i o Ponih H Farrn 7CO it -0 all -ftrttp ni i l> i jotns pn L'I jnrl f- papered Jid paintprt larpe bara pa )p. Jt of located 11- nUloa railloart town near np ton. pruo (5 ca li Bni 164. th 3 offl f GARAGES FOR RENT ascc u ate int p r c ei br p i mercVtandi if Jj SS near Blucmool Va sltumiwl for fnilt and pmiltry about 1 trpes tt oaw. Col. 1771-M. 1. f pr M GARAGES WANTED f. t4> v i hou bv the a j 'h Lasli on J CO, Inc. AuUs,   

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