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Penna. Ave. and 
18th St., N.W.
Washington, D.C.

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A refined high-class hotel conducted on the European plan with reasonable rates as follows:
Rooms with bath for one person $3.00 per day; for two persons $4.00 and $5.00; twin beds, $6.00

Taxi service at airport will bring you direct to Powhatan. One or five persons 60c.
Telephone: Natl. 2740
Managing director 

Ludington took another step in the right direction and opened an air line from Washington to Norfolk. Two round trips daily, one each morning and afternoon make connections from New York, and the flying time on this unit is 80 minutes.

The airport selected at Norfolk is only 10 minutes ride from the city and work has already been started at the field on a large passenger station.

Norfolk has been asking for plane service for some time and the immediate response via passengers is both gratifying and profitable. Another proof this line knows their aerial onions.

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