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EDUCATIONAL
Contlniie<l
I MISS CHASE — Teacher of English, math etc
41C6 17;h st. nr. Market; phone Market 1951.
"TISK TEACHERS' AGENCY. 2142 Shattnck ay
Bprkeipy. C?A., next to First national bank.
Prof. T. A. Robinson,; lndivid, inst. Math.. Book
Keeping. Eng.. tte.; day. eve. 507 Hatght st.
ACCOUN^ r^!l_s3^r^se^Pu6.
JOHN R. RrOKSTELL. C. P. A.. 3(W-3oTcUu^
Spreckels iCall) building: phone Kearny 4151.
TITLES RESTORED
. TENDER MrEaeraey act. complete $35. TITLE
CO.. S5l 3 Monadnork bldg.: Market st. nr. Sd.
TITLE SCITS complete. $32. MUTUAL TITLE
CO.. ."1 Dean Mdr- i>o4 Market st.
A JZ9BJi§X§^^^^
ADVICE FREE: no ohsrge unle*s^uc««nilTan
"Wf; nil hi^in<-sp quickly and quietly at-
tended to; bankruptcy: McEnerney suits; cor-
rorations: prnpral practice: open every even-
ing. 101*: Market -St.. room 12.
ADVICE troe: no onarge unless successful; all
I cases. a!I business quickly and quietly attead-
e<l To. OOia Market st.. rooms 30 and 31.
ALL C.-»f<"8 handled: lo«'t»«t oost: ail counties;
cn^a Thurs. evenings. 1112 Market St.. r. 122.
HARRIS & HESS, uttys. »t law. W. T. Hess,
Notary Public. Rooms 110S-14 Call bids.
PATENT ATTORNEYS
A. A. SLEE— Expert patent draughtsman: speci-
f.cßlions prepared. 6S Post.yt. Douglas IS7.
I'EWEY. STRONG & CO.— Founded 18C0; U. S.
snd foreign patents; inveators' guide. 100 me-
chanical movements free. 1105 Merchaats* Ex-
change hldg.. Saa Francisco.
HARRY C. SCHROEDER. U. S. nnd foreign pat-
ents. 416-7 First Nat. Bank bldg.. Oakland.
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner f. S. patent office.
C: S. and foreign pateais. 1201 Metropolis bk.
Pj\^TENT^MO£ELS^
MODEL WORKS; mfg. of patented devices,
tools snd dies. ?27 Sth St.. OaklaDd.
BILLS COLLECTED
BILLS. not»R, wages bought for cash or collect-
ed. FRED J. SCHMIDT. Market and 16th sts.
DJBNTISTSj^^
ARTIFICIAL TEETH— "THE ONE THING I
PO." Dr. C. C. Wilson. 323 Geary, suite COS.
\u25a0 i>R. IRA G. LEEK -All kinds of dental work.
KIS Fillmorp tt. near Oak.
MEDICAL
INFANTILE paralysis tr»*ated st the Napa Stock
Fsrm. Napa. l>y Dr. Stark. 1410 Sth, Oakland.
ER. WONG HIM. .
HERB DOCTOR. Permanently located
126S O'Farren ft. b^t. Googh and OcUvia.
' AAA— DR. C. C. TOA. famous Chinese Herb Co..
enn-s all chronic diseases. 1544 Sutter St.. S. F.
DISEASES men aad Tromea specialty; nhysldan,
»ure»on. PENN. PBUG CO.. 122 Sd st.
JEPECIALISTS— 1124 Fillmore et., opp. Turk s~
csrhouse: hours 10. 11; 2, 4; 7. S.
POPULAR REMEDIES
'BICORD CELEBRATED PREPARATIONS for
men's private <s!s*ases. Sold enly by E. P.
J^RGENS-ON, 644 Kearay St.. San Franclero.
Mail orders a specialty. Send for circular.
TRUSSES
Gtrk Gandion Co., 11C8 Market: truss fitting,
elas. tosiery. abdominal belts: lady attendants.
HEALTHJU OVEMENT^
\u2666'VIAVI SCIENCE Or HEALTH." natural, non-
eurglcal: cloth bound, 4O<l page bock free.
Apply by mail. 636 Piae st. Lecture for
women Thursday. 2:30 p. m.
SANA TORWMS^
BT. VARGABETT'S Maternity home: confinement
»p«v>islty; adoption: fperial treatment for all
f^Eele trouble*. 171 East 14th st. Oakland.
MA TERNITY HOM ES
£. F. WOMAN'S HOSPITAL snd Lying-in Home.
PttJ I.HRD. piyfifiKn in ctarge. 1191 Osk st.
Hsr View Maternity. O'Far. at Brod. — Res. pays.
\u25a0- tfslnfd nurf.A<c; priv.-irr'-.undi!; rea. West &501.
_i™d f 55 forlinvaljd^
S. F. HOME FOR INCURABLES AND AGED.
T*l. Frsnklln 4115. 1024 Franklin St. v -:
HOME *ni csre for invalids or aged persons.
3421 2".th Ft. a»«r MisFioa; tel. Mission 4620.
INV A LID CHAIRS
ISOLD. r»ntc(i. «>ichsngo; manufacturer of Eames
tricyrJ*. «-hsir. 1714 Market. Tel. Park 2&40.
CA TARRh J j\NDDEAFN ESS
AI^O car nojf^s po^itirpjy cured; 1 week free.
HP.. COTTpniHAMJ »4g Market St.; hrs. 10 4.
J^AJ^CER^CURE^
WE CURE CANCER; we hare rur^d patients to
r^fer t<hj to. Call snd lot v* explain our treat-
ment. Rend for bockl-t. MRS. S. J. BRIDGE
CANCER CO.. rms. 503-«H Westbank bM.. S. F.
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS
a;«o vapor, shower, sulphur and salt glow,
massage, galvanism, etc.; cures everythlag cura-
ble; ladies and *>bildren. DR. LAURA C. BUST,
1121 Mssonl* avenue. Mkt. 5707. 54928.
MATRIMONIAL
ILAI»Y. 33. some means, wishes to correspond
with gentleman: object marriage if suitable;
' inclose starap. Address R. L., box 21. Stock-
Tors. Cal. *
ELITE ffistrlmonlal bureau for lonely people;
companion for crery one. ll**# Wash, st.. Oak.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
A— WIGS end TOCPES that defy- detection—
rentilateil — perspiration doesn't affect them;
\u25a0wig making, a life study; I guarantee them;
improve your appearance; prevent colds; hurin-
I+k% ailnVslve plaster holds them securely.
.Men's Private Wig Dept., 2271 California st.
r«>sr Webster. Mr. G. Lederer. in charge.
LADIES* HAIR GOODS— Transformations,
Switches. Tuffs, Artistic Wig Making. Shsm-
polng, etc.; scalp treatment given by fcpe-
rialtst; diagnosis free. G. LEDERER, 1809
Flllmore st.. near Sutter; established 1866.
HYDRO INSTITUTE OF MECHANO THERAPY.
Adrian apt*., 1100 Jacksoa. apt. 3— i*teßt
methods of treatment: Swedish gymnastics,
hydrotherapy. electricity, vibration, physical j
culture; special treatments for constipation,
rheumatism, nervous disease*, indigestion, obe- !
Kity *o4 baldno**; treatmeats given at hotels
\u25a0 or homes. Phone Franklin 6005. i
A — SEPULVIDA baths, the greatest fat reducing '
baths of the age; electric vibratory aad Span-
ish message; hours 10 a. m. to 10 n. m. MRS.
SEPULVIDA. 2022 gutter bet. rUlmr.-Stelner.
MiWLI opened sulphur strata bath parlors;
newest method for rheumatism, malarial fever,
etc.; lady to attend ladies. 2100 Sutter st.
FRANKLIN Electric Inciitute— Eloc. treatments
and m&ssaj?*. 53.V7 Whitney bid;:.. 133 Geary.
MRfs. C. ROSE. Mgr.: hrs. 10 a. m. to 10 P- m-
ELDCTRIC Tlbratory massage, salt glow. MRS.
CORTEZ. 815 Van N<»ss cor. Ellis, suite 203.
bJKS HOLSHOIifiEK. MAGNISTIO SPKGIAL-
IST. <JCI l'aciflc bldg.; phoae Kesrny 595.
MAGNETIC mswage and steam baths by trained
curse. MRS. JOHNSON, 605 10th St.. Oakland.
THERMAL electric institute, etc; treatments
*ud massage. MRS. hANDBERG. 2227 Webster.
WALLS' facial, scalp magnetic treatment.
1063 A Mission st.. room S5.
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE. 8T 6th st— Electric
biaoket packs; pot salt water baths.
(GOLDSTEIN Co.. theatrical and misquerade cos-
ti;mfir: country orders specialty. SS3 Market.
lIMEJ TRANCING restores hair to natural growth
and . color. 1024 Broadway. Oakland.
PERSONALS
DEAREST MAMMA— The note papa got from T.
if <W oa the 28th; your signature is very
cM^ssary; - you know what I tnean. Nana
v«-rr ill. w«» miss yon terribly. I*, and I are
ft lonely. »u> please «H>me home. Ererythlng
rUlhe O. K. L.. SOSPinCf^OaklamL^
FARTNEtt wanted (no experience needed), In a
t« «Bl!orhig business estajilUhed 34 years; must
l* a man with some ability as salesman; $500
will buy. Address (mail only) F. G. E,, The
w-iior, CD Java et., San Fraucisco, CaL I
SPIRITUALISM
AA— MRS. J. J. .WHITNEY, - trance medium;
consultation $1, at her home, 1164 O'Farrell;
by. letter. 4 questions, $1; phone Franklin 5024.
A A— MRS. L. H. KINNAIRD. ord.: con. daily,
10-4; circles Sun., Mon., Wed., Fri.. 8 p. m.
1439 Fillmore st.'^ . '
LOTTIE BUSWEIJL.: spiritual readinss: lessons
daily; circles every night. 1350; Webster st.,
near O'FurrelL .
MISS M. WILLIE, medium. , crystal st-eress. can
be consulted on all matters'. 1615 Flllmore st.
MRS. S. StAL. spirit mm.; consultation dally;
of flclates funerals. 7SG McAllister.
CLAIRVOYANTS^
A— HENRY MANSFIELD.
World's greatest trance clairvoyant, palmist,
astrologer, mental telepathlst, will cause things
to be as you desire: tells everything, names,
dates, important information; all revealed;
health, love, marriage; bus., mm.. treasure,
changes, lawsuits, imparts good luck; removes
evil influences. 1603^ FILLMORE ST. I cor.
Geary. FOR, READINGS BY MAIL SEND $1.
MISS ZEMDAR. young, gifted clair. and palmist;
a wonderful prophetess; hours 10 to 10: 1. 50c,
C $1. 1610 McAllister i«t. nr. Devisadero.
MME. AUGUST, clairvoyant and palmist; read-
Ings 50c: truth or no pay. 2748 Mission, n. 24th.
MME. LEONIDA. bouest readings; palmUt, cards,
clair.; Sun. appointments. 048 McAllister Ft.
MME. Starr of Oakland, at Hotel Carling, S. F.,
1154 Mkt.. r. 3; truth <"\u25a0 no pay; 10 to 9 p. m.
MME. LEONIDA. honest readings; palmist, cards,
olalr. ; Sun. appointments. 948 McAllister st.
ASTROLOGY
PHRENOLOGIST, reads your life by esoteric
phrenology. 1122 Market st.; hrs. 9 to 8 p. m.
Mines and mining
GOLD, amalgam, rich ore bought; cash; assaying
50c. Pioneer Assay Co.. 131 sth nr. Howard.
INVESTMENTS
E. F. WAYLAND & CO., BROKERS.
474-176 Mooadnock Building, San Francisco.
STOCKS OFFERED FOR QUICK SALE.
6,000 chares Monterey Coal Co. (10t)..@ $60.00
5,000 shares Three Counties Oil Co <& .01
5.000 McKittrlck Land & Oil Co <3 .05
2,000 shares M. M. & M. J. Oil C0....@ .70
2.000 lagomar Gold Mining Co @ >. r .l»
2.000 Cracker Jac* M. Co. (Goldfleld).<& .03
1.250 shares The La Blanc Oil C0.....@ '^'.27
1,000 Cal.-Nev. Exploration Co ...<§ .04
I. ICO Alaska Petroleum & Coal C0....@ -12
1,000 shares Spring Tire Co 4* .33
1,000 shares Liberty OUCo ®. .15
1,000 shares Manchuria Midway Oil Co. Cheap
1.000 Pacific Fruit Coolinr k Yap Co..@ .13
1,000 California Pressed Brick Co @ '-.11
1.000 shares Templor Ranch Oil Co @ j'i.lß
1,000 shares Lady Washington OH Co..Q <.oft
1.050 Ventura Oil Development Co. ...<3 .10
1,000 shares Jewell Oil Co <is . i.17
500 c hairs Pinnacle Oil Co <§2 .10
500 shares Coalinga Crude Oil Co @ .06
500 shares Pyramid Oil C 0..'.... it .60
100 shares Mascot Copper Co <fs 4.00
105 Burllagame Tel. Typewriter Co..® .30
100 North Coast Co-op. Lumber Co. .@ .25
50 shares Hampton's Magazine, pref.p 4.00
50 Western States Life Ins. Co Cfi 19-50
10 Rio Michol Rubber Plantation. ..@ 23.00
2 La Zacualpa Rubber (dfv. pay)..@ 160.00
P. M. HARRIS k CO..
751-753 Phelan bldg., San Francisco, Cal.
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
BARGAINS OFFERED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE.
3,000 shares Alaska Pet. & Coal Co. .<!s .12
1,000 shares La Blanc Oil Co @ .27
I.SOO shares Liberty Oil Co @ .16
1,000 shares Templor Ranch Oil Co.. Cheap
1.000 chares Ventura Oil Dev. C0....@ .09%
1,000 shares Coalioga Central Oil Co.@ .28
I,ooo shares Kern Western Oil Co..(S .08
3.000 shares Calif Pressed Brick Co..© 4 .10i£
1.000 shares Starlight Oil C 0..: & Bid
1.000 shares Visalia Non-Assess. Oil. fit .45
5.000 Pac. Fruit Cooliug (trade or bid) . .i;
1.000 shares Lady Washington Oil Co. Cheap
1,000 shares Sectioa Six Oil C0......@ .22
10,000 shares Monterey Coal Co. (lot).. 110.00
500 shares Olema Oil Co.. ® .60
200 shares Pyramid Oil Co m .60
200 shares Paula Oil Co @ .63
500 shares Yellowstone Oil Co Bid
25 Burlicgame Tel. Typewriter Co.® -.25
8 Calif. Plae Box & Lbr. Co. B%.®^ 90.00
s Oxford Linen Co. (series C)...<a 6.00
500 shares Pyramid Oil Co (Wanted)
CONSULT US BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE.
WE WILL SERVE YOU PROFITABLY.
WANTED— SIOO,OOO to Invest In subdivision;
. doublo money easy; locality 1915 exposition.
Box 227, Call office.
WANTED — La Zscualpa rubber, People's water,
Oakland crematory stock. W. E. LOGAN, rm.
17. Bacon block, Oakland.
OIL LANDS
~ " SPECIAL.
I have just secured some oil land that I can
deliver at a price of $65 per acre, in 10 and 20
acre tracts. I consider this an exceptional op-
portunity to get a piece of oil land at the
right price in a district where -prioeß are ad-
vancing daily. I only have a small acreage,
aad quick action will be required.
D. F. MINNEY. 422 11th St.. Oakland,
Just East of Broadway.
J^ONEY^TOJ^OAN^
AA — STRICTLY confidential loans on furniture,
pianos, warebou&e receipts or security of any
kind: loans can be repaid in easy weekly,
monthly or yearly payments; we will arrange
the loan to suit you,-«ame can be repaid when-
erfr you desire; we give you the full amount
axked for; there are no advanced charges of
any kind; if you owe another broker or bills of
any kind we will pay them for you and give
you more money: it Is easier to pay one than a
number: we can make you better rates and
terms than say oae in the city: it will p»y you
to call and investigate. . ILLINOIS FINANCE
CO.. formerly Illinois Trust Co., 1516 Eddy, 14
block from Fillmore; tel. West 6745: 52924.
" THIS IS OUR BUSINESS
SALARY LOANS. $10 to $100. advanced to
honest empttiyes "without security." No in-
dorser; no publicity; 'your friends, relatives or
employer will never know.
ALL WE WANT IS YOUR PLAIN NOTE.
GREAT NORTHERN LOAN -CO.. 016 Phelan
bldg.. 6th floor. Office open until 6p. m. Mon-
day and Saturday evenings until 8 o'clock.
AAAA— WE LOAN MONEY TO SALARIED
PEOPLE WITHOUT SECURITY; business
CONFIDENTIAL; no charge for application;
nothing taken out in advance; no red tape
methods here; you are charged ONLY for the
time you have the money; you can get from us:
$15.00— Repay $4.00 month, $1.00 weekly.
$25.00— Repay $6.65 month. $1.65 weekly.
J30.0O — Repay $8.00 month. $2.00 weekly.
$50.00— Repay J 1 3.35 month. $3.33 weekly.
THE ROYAL INV. CO.. 750 PHELAN BLDG.
PRIVATE and confidential; loans on furniture,
pianos, warehouse receipts, diamonds, salary
and other security: lowest rates. Rooms 207
and 208, 787 -Market st. corner 4th; phone
Douglas 4020, Home J4020.
AAA— HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY
WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FURNITURE.
PIANOS. ETC.; $10 to $200; LOW COST: CON-
FIDENTIAL: HONEST AND SQUARE DEAL.
CALL. WRITE OR PHONE.
357-ft PACIFIC BLDG.. 4TH snd MARKET.
PHONES— DOUGLAS 3265. HOME J1741.
Oakland office— 6lB First National Bank Bldg.
SALARY LOANS— SALARY LOANS
SALARY LOANS— SALARY LOANS
Just On Your Plain. Note.
No Indorser; no security; cheapest rates; posi-
tively no one will know. ~ _"
WESTERN LOAN CO.. 408 Call bldg. Office
open till 6 p. m. Monday and Saturday uatil 8.
MONEY loaned salaried people, women keeping
house and- others upon their own names with-
out security; easy payments; save money by
trading here. Offices In C 5 principal cities.
TOLMAN. room 949. Phelan bldg., San Fran-
cisco, «itti room 9. 480 13th St.. Oakland. <\u25a0
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos and other
security; lowest rates; most favorable terms In
this city; see others, then see me and be con-
vinced- I will save you money; $2.25 weekly
repay6*sso loan. Phooe Market 5029. GEORGB
W. MILLER. 3009 16th St., southwest corner
. Mission, room 35. . .' r
SALARIED PERSONS. TEACHERS. WAGE
EARNERS AND OTHERS with RENTAL or
FIXED incomes can obts in loans without pub-
licity at reasonable rates at 433 Phelan bldg.
Phone Douglas 3244.
___________ _____
LIFE INSURANCE—
• SALARIES—
Wage Earners' Investment and Loan Company,
\u25a0 443 Pine st. : ' - -
AAA-r-SECURITY LOAN COMPANY.
Money loaned on furniture, etc. : LIBERAL
TERMS'; transactions strictly confidential ' and
square. 563 Pacific bldg. Phone Sutter 1768.
BALDWIN JEWELRY CO.,
Uold and Silver Smiths.
.29-33 Kearny st.
LOAN DEPARTMENT.
AAA— SALARIED men and women accommodated
without delay or publicity. Home Credit and
Investment Co.; 321 Phelan bldg.. third floor.
SALARY LOANS— Ladles and gentlemen without
security; notes and commercial ; paper bought.
SI 3 Merchants' Ex. bldg.; phone Douglas 1411.
jLAA— Wage earners/ elther>menor , women,. can
make a loan in strictest \u25a0 confidence 'at the
Employes' Credit Co.. room 424, Monadnock big.
OX furniture or pianos; private party. BECKER,
room 297 Monadnock building,. GSl Market st. J
BORROW money at 2 p. cl on diamonds, jewelry.
GARIN JEWELRY CO..:ill8 Market opp. 7th.
CASH loaned to sa larled men on ' note without in-
dorsfrr.j-. MORRELL, 1022 Monadnock ; building.
ON furniture*- and-'planos^inoVreoaftral."- . TRE-
MAIN. room Sl lj, 533 Market, : next Emporium.*
S ALAR Y - loans ;: other propositions. San Fran-
cisco Discount Agency, ;4ll> Pacific building. ,;,
''IHH
THE SAN - ; FB__NGISCb^
THOMAS E. HAYMAN,-
Suite 202. First National Bank Bldg.,
Montgomery and Post. lOamy l<o3.
$3,ooo— Cash ; business property, best part of
Sacramento st.; lot \u25a030x120; stores rented
«t $7Srt per annum; price reduced; to
$0,200; grounfl alone worth the inouey.
$4,ooo— Cash; rents * $1,20*') per annum; 8 new
flats neßr 15th and Market; full- price
only $8,000; this must and will be sold
this week; hn»qiil<*k.
$6,000 — Cash; 3 of the prettiest flats in the
'Panhandle district: have fine marine
view; extra well built: just completed:
large lot; full price only $10,000; extra
fine. :-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 : .:.. . . . : ' .
$3,7oo— Cash; Sacramento st.: choice new store
. and flat, rented for $fl«0 per annum; full
price reduced to $5.200.
$25,000— Cash: rents $5,040 per annum ;.- stores
and flats: new bniWlng: : chotre NW. cor-
ner: within 2 blocks of Powell St.: full
price -^reduced .to $41.000; "'exceptionally \u25a0
well bnilt: consider offer. '\u25a0.-
$12,000 — Cash: rents $2,700 per annum; 7 of the j
finest built flats on Nob 'hill; full price
reduced to $20,000.
$10,000— Cash : rents over $3,000 per annum ;
choice NW. comer vpast of Flllmore: new.
owner hrpoMtlon wner{> he must sell; has
reduced price to $20,000; this is^the big-
gest bargain In Pan Francisco; be' qnlck.
$G,OO0 — Cash; near Washington . and BnUer: 3
new flats. 7-S rooms: exceptionally well
built; full price reduced to $12,300: this
property is worth $4,000 more ; forced
ralp. . '.....\u25a0
$10,000 — Cash: rents $2,220 per annum: full
price only $15,500 for 0 hlgh"clas«. new
"flats. Nob hill; hardwood floors, wnllbeds.
Peerless boilers, everything strictly first
class; really a bargain. .
$10,000 — Cash; rents about $2,000 per annum :
choice new business corner neor 10th and
Mission; full price only \u25a0 $l7.R00: this Is
something fine; don't miss seeing it before \
sold. 1
$3,000 — Cash; Church near Market: lot 50x125.;
.';?*\u25a0 with 4 flats, now rented SIOO per month: ;
full price reduced to $11,500: . with a .
small expense of nutting in stores this :
will pay handsomely; value as It stands;
is $15,000.
$s,ooo— Cash: near Washington and Walnut: 2
high class 8-10 room flats.- marine view;
full price reduced to $12,000; would be
'.'*-' cheap at $1(5.000.
$6,ooo— Cash: full price $11,250. for .1 new.
most artistic flats near McAllister and
Devisadero; nothing finer in San Fran-
cisco; any reasonable offer considered;
must be sold.
$10,000— Cash; C of the most artistic and well
built flats In San Francisco; rents $2,200
per annum; full price only $15,000; this
Is something fine: near Panhandle.
$7,000 — Cash: rents $1,800 per annum: full price
reduced to $12,500 for 6 new flats; extra
large lot; near Vallejo and Larktn. :
$20,000 — Cash: rents. $6,000 per annum: high
class apartment house, east of Polk; lot
ovor 50 ft. front; full price only $40,000;
this is something extra fine. \
$21,000 — Choice NW. corner. Western addition,
near Devisadero: nearly 50 ft. frontage: fi
high class flats, rents reduced to $2,620
per annum: space for store addition."
$3,ooo— Cash: full price reduced to $7,500: 2
high class, new. Duplex residence flats; |
have hardwood floors; Western addition.
$15,000 — Cash: rented at $5,000 per nnnum;
high clnss apartment house on Nob hill;
lot 35x135; 15 apartments: marine view:
full price reduced to $31,000;- extra well
built.
$4,ooo— Cash: 2 of the best built, new. 5-6
room flat* in Western addition: lot 27:6 x
137:6: price reduced to $7,700; owner leav-
ing city.
$7,000 — Cash; lpan»d at SI.ROO per annum; full
price reduced to $13,000; Flllmore st.
business property: this is a bargain.
$3,700 — Cash: 3 new, high class flats, near .Tack-
son and Fillmore; cost owner over $11,000; j
forced to raise money at once: price re-
duced to $8,700: consider any offer.
$3,400 — Cash: lot 30x100: 2 nearly new. 5-6 |
room flats in Union st. ; full price reduced
to $6,700: lot alone worth the moaey;
business property.
$2,7oo— Cash: full price oaly $5,200 for 2 5-6
room flats in Parnassus ay. ; this is a
snap.
f I,soo— Cash: 2 new 4-5 room flats, 18th and
Castro: lot 27:6 front; full price reduced
to $5,000; worth $7,000.
$4,500 — Cash: rents $2,100 per annum: 14 4
room apartments; lot 150x115; .Mlslon dis-
trict: full price only $12,000; owner needs
money.
$4,ooo— Cash; 2 of tbe_*best built 5-6 room
Cats in Ashbury -nTstrict; north side of
street; new: cost $P,O<in; owner forced to
go away, will sacrifice for $7,000.
$2,900^-Cash ; excellent 8 room residence. Jor-
dan trsct; lot 33x120; full price reduced
to $7,000.
$3,000 — Cash: 7 room residence near Shrader
and Cole: full price reduced to $6,000.
$2,ooo— Cash; 2.034 Lake st., north side, near
22d and West Clay park; fine marine
view; one of the prettiest., best planned
and most substantial built R room resi-
dences in this high class district; full
_>v price reduced to. 56.000: if you want
something extra good don't miss seeing
this st once; worth $8,000. .
from $6,500; 9 room residence, j
near Halght and Devisadero; half cash;
cheapest house in town.
$2,000 — Cash; 1490 Sth ay.. Sunset, at X: choice,.
6 room residence: price reduced to $4.. r >00:
would be cheap at $6,000; this Is a forced
ejle and a bargain. y v \u25a0-
SOL GETZ & SONS. INC.. REAL ESTATE
vDEALERS— 32B Chronicle bldg.
$O<V) to $1.730— L0t on official grade in our
"New Tract." "H." "I." "J" and "X" sts..
from 224 to 25th ays., Sunset district. Streets
graded and powered, water nnd gas; easy terms.
Call at our branch office, cor. "II" st. and 24th
ay. Open daily and Sundays.
$300 to $I.Bso— Best lots in "Oeeannlde" dis-
trict. Inspect our newly graded block?.
$G5O to $1,650 — Choicest Richmond- lots.
$175 to $450— Excelsior homestead. Ocean
View and Lakevlew lots, $5 monthly.
$1,000 to' s4, oo0 — Modern' cottages; good loca-
tions; very easy terms.
"Ocpsnslde" branch office por. "H" st. and
17th ay. Op«>n dally and Sundays.
SOL GETZ & SONS, 328 Chronicle bldg.
FOR SALE — Fine home; elegant marine view;
large living room; opea fireplace: builtla book-
cases; paneled dining room; builtin china and
glass closets; smoking room with French doors
into yard; kitchea and pass pantry with sink;
hot and cold water: cooling closet; laundry;
Ruud heater; large furnace; 5 large bedrooms;
2 servant rooms; S baths; home built by day
- work; all fixtures picked by owner and the
best that conld be got in the market: center
light fixture ia living room cost $250: both gas
and electric, light; 5 coats enameled paint, on
bedroom floor; oil finish living room floor: ce-
ment work cost $2,800 for foundation; draining
Snd plumbing absolutely perfect; owner will
take $21,000 for the place and take $15,000
on mortgage. Address box 95.* Call office.
~~ WILL PURCHASE FLATS. "
We wish to make an Investment for Income
in flats that are rented; amount in hand
$13,000. Call on W. J. GUNN & CO., 356
Pine St., room 9, Academy bldg. .
FOR sale — <5 new modern npartment flats of 5
rooms each; also 2 new modern flats of 5 rooms
each; easy terras and will exchange for unim-
proved city property. Apply I. W. COBURN,
454 Duboce ay. "
$5.500 — Large 8 room dwelling; 2 mantels. , 2
toilets, auto entrance and 3 bay window
rooms; terms $1,000 cash, balance • monthly.
654 2dsv., 1 block from park. F. NELSON,
owner, on premises. .
16 OCEAN VlEW, lots, $100 each (adv. at. s7s
last week). Room 400 Mutual bank bldg.,
704 Market st_
$5.750 — For • sale, good : business property | well
rented; good Income; inquire 1876 Union" st.
HAVK Standard Title Insurance Company, Mills
bldg.. Insure your title; 6ftve time/ 1 save money.
MONEY TO LOAN— Real Estate
AA— LICK LOAN CO..
Lick building, 83 Montgomery, st.
Deal direct. Real estate loans, \u25a0 first and bp<-
ond mortgages on improved or unimproved prop-
erty; also installment -loans: Bank rates. . «
: , Phones , Douglas ' 3016. Home '\u25a0 C 3016. -}- '-
ANY : amount; lowpsjt rates on first and second
mortgages on real estate,' legacies, undivided
Interest, estates in probate; no- delay. R.
MeCOLGAN. rooms 502 and 504. - Claus
Spreckels (Call) building. Market and 3d sts.
ANY amount on real estate," first or second mort-
. gages, ~ or any security: no delay; lowest rates.
O. W. BECKER. Monadnock bldg., 681 Market.
MONEY to loan on Oakland, Berkeley,- Alaraeda
and \u25a0 Frnitvale \u25a0 real, estate- at 6 to .7 per cent
GEO. W_ AUSTIN,', 1018 Broadway, Oakland.
FIRST mortgages, city real estate, 6 per cent.
. Sums $3,000 to $50,000. T.E.. HA YMAN',; Ist
National Bank bldg., -Montgomery. and Post sts.
FIRST . and second , mortgages, ' ? any -: amount.
SHADBURNE CO., 503 : Monadnock building. :
FIRST and ' second 9 mortgages, "estates,' legacies:
H. MURPHY. 180 Slitter st. ' --.
—-*-—-—-———-* ——————» -_-_—. »-— — _ _____
Jj FINANCIAL :;.':
ACCOUNTS California : safe deposit bought and
loans made oa all kinds «f securities. J. BOAS
454 : Montgomery. Et:,-- ";'"-. : ,t., t . '; . '. c-
•'ABBOTT; bnvs BONDS." corporation STOCKS
' and .DIAMONDS.- Money loanert.:2so Market st.
CQUNTRYREALESfATJ^
SANTA CRUZ INCOME RANCH for. bay income ;
100 acres near S, C; 70 acres cultivated; 50 a.
- level ;; family orchard : spring water.' piped ! from
reservoir to house and yards; fine S room house
with bath; barn,"wagon L shed, chlckea'houses;
estimatedrl,soo cords timber; 2. m1. R.- Rota-
tion and town; fine 'view of. rots. -and ocean; an
: : ideal ;, country ; home ; I price V $7,500 cash,* terms
or trade, t Write for exchange and lor sale list.'
>i -;DAVID?L. WlLSdN.lSantaiCrux, Cal. -
! 10 acres only ' $1,250; I % -cash; /splendid bargain:
'- t choice -part Alameda county. PROGRESSIVE
iREALTY C0.:tl80 Sutter, st.;;
ORGHARD and | land tor, sale or rent. , 'Address
\u25a0_;.; BOX 152, BriggS/lCal. '. :-\u25a0.'. ." v \ 1
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE '
.\u25a0 ;-\u25a0.; -\u25a0 . \u25a0 '-''\u25a0.''', \ Continued : ; 'C \u25a0 \u25a0 /; : ';..' . :'['\u25a0
i J. W. WRIGHT & CO. of "228 Montgomery
st.. San Francisco,' are now prepared 'to furnish'
reliable nnd > valuable iDfonnatlon relative to
country lands. ' It \u25a0is \ our intention .to . advertise
only- in these columns, lands which we have: per-
sonally Investigated - and • which we know, the
120 acres between Sunnyvale and San Jose; on
; the rallroaa. . * ", .
50 acres in alfalfa :; 4 crops cut this season.
50 acres reAdy to be put out \u25a0 in -.alfalfa.,.
I'O acres used for.graiu and hay. . -, .
S largp barns and a g00d, 2 story house.
: ' 'J pumping plants. ' •
Will make an Ideal dairy ranch.
Price per acrp,s2oO. '
First payment, , $10,000, balance mortgage.' 412
DESCRIPTION OF 25 ACRES IN YOLO
COUNTY
PRICE $4:r.00
IfJO acres; located IVj miles ; from Doalgaa sta-
tion; on the property Is a comfortable houfe of
7. rooms; 2 outside buildings for men's sleeping
quarters, etc. ; barn. : windmill ; 22 acres of this
property is in vineyard. 3 acres In family, or-
chard: 15 acres of vineyard are In seedless sul-
tana grapes and 7 acres of the muscat variety;
soil Is sandy loam. 12 feet deep; surface water
is found at 18 feet and very fine well water at
BO feet; these 25 acres have paid as high as
?2,0C0 a year clear of expense: owners have pur-
chased a very large piece -'of , land, which re-
quires all their time and s attention; terms of
sale half cash, balance 0 per cent. 413
STOCK FARM
440 acres, 3 miles south of San Jose," 2 -miles
from railroad: 150 acres can be plowed: .V room
house, hard finish: good bara; creek mns through
place; 4 living springs; this carries 125 bead of
cattle the year round; shade .and shelter for
stock; price $22.50 per acre. - . 414
12 acres. 2 miles from the town of Sunnyvale.
Santa Clara valley; all out in fruit.' prunes and
peaches and apricots; 3 room house: well and
mill; good bam; soil No. 1; price $5,250; will
pay good income from crop. 415
One mile from Cupertino pfation: 15 acres,' ln
prunes 10 years old: trees all perfect; soil No.
1; price $5,000; mortgage $2,200. 416
$0,000—160 acres on the Steven? creek, 3
miles from steam and electric car line at Monta
Vista station; property fronts on creelc; about"
acres under cultivation and 6 acres In grapes. 3
years old; 5 acres bearing fruit trees, apricots,
balance of clear land used for hay and acreage
timber: 4 living springs besides Stevens creek;
beautiful- stream running diagonal ' across \ the
land. There is no prettjer place for a 'gentle-
man's summer home: grand scenery, fishing and
hunting ground on your own land: climate ideal.
This property can be made to pay Interest on
$20,000 and no mountain to climb to get it: 4
room house. . ' 401
640 acres. Lassen co.; 6 miles from W. Paclfir
nn<t half mile from N. C. O. R. and 1 mile from
the new C. P. under construction; all level; ao
rock or alkali; c«n be irrigated from the new
pumping plant ditch recently started in proven
artesian belt; water at 2SO ft. ; $10 acre. 406
160 acres, NW U of NE of N V, of NW
\u25a0M an<l the SE V t of NW y, section 34, town-
ship 8, S. R. 20 E. M. D. M.; 20 acres cleared:
12 miles E of town, Mariposa co., Cal.; $1,000.
402
ONE OF THE BERT BUYS- IN THE -
\ SANTA CIiARA VALLEY
87 acres — First foothill property. 1 mile south
of Los Altos, 1 mile from steam and electric
road; this land is. a succession of knolls,- giving
at least a dozen good building sites; It is nicely
woodpd and gives beautiful view of the bay and
vullpy on the east and -of 'the wood covered
mountains on the west; there is plenty of water*
to be had ' on the grounds from springs for • do-
mestic purposes and from , well r for irrigation.
This is one of the choicest building sites In the
Santa Clara valley: 70 minutes from San Fran-
cisco and 10 minutes from Stanford university.
Price $200 per acre; $5,000 cash, balance 6 years
at fi per cent. In subdivision every acre of this
land will bring $300; some of it $500 and- S WO
per acre. 403
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3.R00 acres. 3 miles from Coyote. Santa Clara
county, 4 miles from Morgan- Hill: about 300
acres of good creek ' bottom: 20.000 cords of
wood: 2 good cottages. I. new; cowbarn 40x160;
1 good horse barn:2 ellos. 100 toas each; farm-
Ing implements, etc. ; 1 good blacksmith shop.
Price $35 per acre. • 410
v 160 acre dairy ranch in the San Joaquin valley,
close to thriving town; 50 acres In alfalfa, 40
acres ready for alfalfa, balance wild feed ; 200
tons alfalfa, 50 he«a of milch \ cows, separator,
milk cans, wagons, plow and mowing machine:
half mile from station; price $125 per acre. 404
'40 acres, 3 miles from Watsonvllle; 12 acres
are choicest bottom land, balance good farm
land; will make fine 20 cow dairy; pleaty ofv
water for any purpose; price per acre $150. 410
30. acres. 2^S miles east of Antioeh: full bear-
ing a lmoud orchard, produced this year $2,600;
good house, large barn; splendid location; $7,500.
\u25a0 411
Two 5 acre lots, close to . Los Antes; all in !
fruit and berries: good 4 room houses, barns, . |
! well and mill; both Ideal homes; price $3,250 for i
one and $3,750 for the other. 407
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6.100 acres in Yolo and Colusa counties, H£-
miles from Rumsey; /this place can be made
Into good 100 acre cow dairy and:- 2,000 head
sheep range; Cache \u25a0 creek gives a .good supply of i
water to irrigate 100 acres;. railroad statloa 1%
miles, makes it easy for hauling milk and
cheese; $10. * ' . . \u2666 .410
acres — Towa of Martinez: spring supply;
400 olive trees, orchard 5 acres. 150 orange trees
In bearing: -24 -walnut trees; house of 14 rooms;
6 blocks Jfrom the. statloa: price $15,000: electric
road to ' Walnut creek. Concord aad Martinez:
main liae Bay Point to Antioeh. 408
1.400 acres of laadlH miles south of Wend-
llog in Mendocino ! eodnty .- on the , Northwestern
Pacific railroad; about. 100 acres under cultiva-
tion; 15; acres In apple orchard; about. 150 acres
that can be cultivated: : the balance -pasture,
fruit, bru^h and timber tend; most of the timber
has been cut off. but considerable redwood, pine
and . oak left; fenced and . cross ; fenced ; ; good
house, barns and, outbuildings: plenty, of water
all over the place; N." W:. Pacific, is • surveying
from Healdsburg to .Albion; good hunting and
fishing; price $22.50 per acre; terms.
40 acres in Glenn county.' 2*-j -miles from
Orland. V^ mile. from Greenwood station, on main
line ofS P. to Portland: soil rich and plenty of
water for irrigation; land adjoining sells at $100
per acre; price ?S0 per acre. :
* 63% acres on the Sonoma road. 4V4 miles from
Napa City limits and -C miles from Napa City
courthouse. \u25a0 \u25a0 : \u25a0
35 acres in rarest trench grapes of the very
finest varies from 1 to S years old. and about
2 acres to be grafted; balance of ..land good for <
vineyard, grain, corn. : ; ; . : %
Running creek through the -place; well and
reservoir with 0,000 gallons spring water. '
srooms furnished, with attic and cellnr;r2o
barrels and about 5 300 gallons of 5 year old
wine; 2 fermenting bins, crusher, press and
other tools for win*, making. . ;
1 Barn with 3 stalls,' room and hay;. 3 r plows,
cultivator* 40 "cases: ;. 3 ; coops :- for ' chickens; ' 4
horses, 2 cows, < 2 spring wagons, buggy. : wagon,*
shed pigeon loft ' (524 capacity) j nnd cage 20x40
xl 4 • " well and windmill. 25,000 : gallons ; j alfalfa
patch with "irrigation pipe: 4 faucet ! sprinkler
hose- 1 brooder. ' 2.500 chicken capacity; 6
other brooders. - 2,500 chickens, i making a total
of 5,000 : chicken capacity:". C breeding' houses
with roost : C sheds, fenced ; with heavy \u25a0 barbed
wire fence ; 1,400 to 1 ,500 large pullets beginning
About 30 fruit trees,, several oak-trees and
eucnlyptus; 2 incubators with 2,700 egg cupacity.
" Place an inside ' one.' not on conaty, road, bean-
tifnlly located; lastryear got at least* 4o tons
of grapes and this year^2o tons; getting now
2% cases 'of eggs weekl j". each case about $20.
and as soon? as it begins to rain 1 will get from
$300 to $400 worth of eggs a month.
Place to be sold -on .account -of* accident ' to
owner; price $9,000. y '_\u25a0 , t; - . r ,'\u25a0\u25a0. •'. 400
Mmis&V;. WRIGHT & CO.,
22S Montgomery St., 5 •";,!. '. •
\u25a0 :!". ;. San s Francisco. . *, ,
*S - _ ' '\u25a0„-' \u25a0' ._."'- .)„\u25a0 ; \u25a0\u25a0' ,-. '\u25a0 ;.1I •- \u25a0''\u25a0 . . '\u25a0
HONEST VEGETABLE LAND. ; V
' S°s Per Acre, '-Cash— s23? Per -Acre, Cash. /
\u25a0'•\u25a0-.\u25a0*" \u25a0-•-\u25a0 Rent \u25a0: Will:: Pay Balance. ; : „
Peat and sediment : soil ; only 1H miles : from
Holt on the Santa iFeR/R.;^ 8 mllesfrom
Stockton with > railroad rate : for \u25a0. island -1 farmers
of only lc> per mile;' steamer landing , on p»p-
ertV ' ' "\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'*\u25a0"'\u25a0.\u25a0-''?":"-\u25a0\u25a0:-: ' '.:\u25a0 ':\u25a0 ': \u25a0
Absolutely ; no \u25a0 overflow, perfect drainage and
free irrigation sv^^ Du(^ g: -; / - \u0084, ; \u25a0;.,",\u25a0
Onlonß, $400 t0. 51,000 per acre.
Asparagus. ' $300 : to j $1,500 per 1 acre.
Potatoes. 100 to 200 sacks per acre.
Beans, 25 to 40; sacks per ; acre. -: :
: Barley,'; SO to 50 sacks 1 per acre, "a . . v-i
i p r ice only * $150 per , acre ; s $25. per acre • cash, j
balance ? $25 j per year.* ,^,. -; . ,
Excursions dally: $2.00 covers all expenses.
A E. PATTEN!:; LAND . COMPANY,
• 425 First National Bank 'rßuilding,
.. . ;..;\u25a0- r,.,-: San^Franclsco.";,^ :/;;\u25a0;;\u25a0:\u25a0:;,•.»
- FOR ! SALEi-ESCALONi' BUSINESS - LOTS, s ;
4 of ; the best business lots ' on • Main ' st. ; opp.
Vf Santa -"\u25a0 Fe * depot.'- . Address ; Owner.--; P.- 0.1 box
Xi 619, \u25a0Stockton,: Cal.y >- :..-:- -, -.\u25a0-\u25a0:'. ; .:,; " \u25a0 , r ?-?;; -\u25a0-
10 \u25a0"\u25a0 acres fe near ~ Florin^-betweea « two | railroads."
!~ -Price;s4oo; $10 down. $10 per jnonth.-, WRIGHT
y & KIMBROUGH, OU7-J, SACRAMENTO. »- ;.;
COUNTRY REAL ESTATh
.-.."." ''".*\u25a0'-. \u25a0*\u25a0'\u25a0'' Continued* ; •' "-' ' -.\u25a0: '."-' ; -
<: LET' THE CROPS PAY FOR YOUR FARM.
We will soil you Irrigated land In our
'•MERCED COLONY." nrtjoiniag the city limits of
Merced., on a CROP PAYMENT, PLAN. -\u25a0; Make
one.' payment in. rush, then- the. balance. of the
. purchase - price : . from one-third . the crop ; each
year.c- In other .words, you pay, exactly -ia pro-
portion to your returns "from the ; so?l. *\u25a0 We have
confidence in the productivity of our land or we
' conlric.: not:-, make - this proposition.-. If-you have
equa 1 - confidence in yourself, *. write us today for
particulars. .. • .. . , \u25a0
;10 to 20 ; acre tracts/ ? 100 to $125 per acre,
including: water right.
CO-OPERATIVE' LAND &. TRUST COMPANY.
505 ' Market st.. San Francisco.
AN -INCOMB WALNUT. GROVE IN 4 .YEARS Is
what we guarantee on our Walnut Creek pron-
erty.you can bburly r l or 20 atres;-and we.wlE,
i«et- out ;3.' year, old black walnuts lngrefte*
. with. Franquette! English walnuts.' and. care for
them for 4 . years, guaranteeing you a 7 year
' old bearing orchard, on easy t^rms:- send f*r'
our walnut folder. R.- N. BITRGESS COM-
PANY. 007 First National Bank building. San
Francisco.. . . -
NOTICE. HOMESEKKERR— \u25a0 FREE STEREOP-
TICON LECTURES DAILY. 2 ; p. m.. lectnre
rooms. California- Development - board. "'third
floor Ferry buil«llng.:s. -F.. covorlng 3 counties
in SUNSHINE VALLEY.U2O miles, from S. F.;
alfalfa, dairying, hogs, fnilts, .vegetables.' nuts,
-etc.; everything explained by M. C. Coats, the
' county representative; see him for reliable in-
formation and literature on farm lands; he has
nothing to sell. ': : .: ; • . ->•
GLENN county is the center ' of great develop-
ment and opportunity: the bocno of . the Sac-
rameato Valley I Irrigation Hi company. "The
. Kuhn - Project." •.-.-. Free information, literature
. and • Illustrated 1 stereoptlcoa lectures at : 2:30
p. m. ! dally at California I development board,
top floor ferry. bnildiQs, by R. L. Woods. \u25a0 :
FOR sale or exchange, old established, fine pay-
ing business; .tea, coffee, crockery, etc.: stores
and routes: splendidly- equipped; $6,500: sick-
ness in family compels; will. exchange 1 for an
improved ranch; .improvements must be in
v good condltionr." Box 3225,: Call, . Oakland.
"GLORIOUS . KOOTENAY" British Columbia—
Buy a fertile: fruit farm: $10 caf"h. $10
monthly: no \u25a0\u25a0 irrigating; delightful climate;
- free booklet dg. Investors Trust & Mortgage
Corporation Ltd., 134 Hastings st. W., Van-
. couver, B.< C. '
10 acres; prettiest you ever saw; Alameda
county, 5 minutes to P. O.: special this week:
If you want something choice see this. RICH
VALLEY, LAND CO.. ISO Sutter st. ' -: -
CHICKEN . and fruit -" raaches near Hay ward at
the lowest cash prices; will accept Oakland,
. Berkeley or Alameda improved property In ex-
clmnsre. P. E. BAIRD. '4W-llth. st.. Oakland^ -
s4so down and 5450 n year for three years buys
15 "acres of he?t land In Llverraore valley,
within 3 miles of Pleasanton. ,
F. D. BURR. 2ft Eicon nid«.. Oakland. Cal.
LAND — One to five acres, upward. Address
OWNER. R. F. I). 909, Ilayward, Cal.
FOR sale — 14 acres. 5 room house,, barn, implp-
•ments: near Uklah. Apply 1273 Sth St., Oakland,
$395— For 5 acres In Al«med« - county. PRO-
GRE9SIVE REALTY CO.. ISO Sutter st.
OWNER to sell 18 acres; fruit, house,
12.500; terms. Box 189. Call. .
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE
ATJAMS POINT BAROAIN.
Finest lot Lakeside tract. 60x120; NE. corner
Staten and Bellevue. 1 block south of Graad ay.,
facing park strip arid lake; will' make heavy
sacrifice j for ; quick sale. Owner, 1994 Webster
st: corner Orchard: .phone Oak 3590.
SNAP— S room, new, high basement cottage,
$2,750, $300 cash : aIBO house of 6 rooms,
sunny, .s2,Boo. "$lOO cash; new, modern. Mis-
sion style bungalow, only $500 cash; all near
Key Route. JOHN YOUNG, 516 55th st,;
. Claremont trains. \u25a0_
PRETTY new 5 room bungalow, cobtttstone
-front: marina view; near Claremont Key
Route; price $3,300. $150 down, balance $30
.per month. O. M. BULLOCK, 1420 Broadway,
Oakland. .
$3.7so— New up to date cottage of 5 rooms; good
lot. etc.; located at 640 Polrler st. near South
\u25a0Berkeley station and Grove • st. and Shattuck
ay. cars: owner at home. '
5 room cottage, hig_— basement; lot 25x90; close
in; price $2,550. 2150 Stuart St., Berkeley;
phone Berkeley 4756.
BERKELEY; REAL ESTATE
/ A FEW SNAPS.
$2,500— -Cottage of 5 rooms, modern, with high
basement:, close to • school, station, cars,
I etc.: large lot, 40x225; this Is certainly
cheap. . ."•* .\u25a0\u25a0.".\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 •
$2,000 — Bungalow of 3 rooms: bath, etc.;
. chicken shed: large \\oi:' 9o :6xl63; street
. work complete; near; school and station;
.tmly $100 cash, balance $15 per month, in-
' chiding interest at 7 per cent net. ' •
$2,SOO— A good 5 room cottage, located at 1523
Harmon st., being close to this station;
10t' 50*135. W. C. MORAN & CO., South
. ' :\u25a0'. Berkeley station. : ' .
CHANNING way and Valley st.. Berkeley: lots.
street complete; $10 down, $10 a
month; building material furnished to reliable
..mechanics; on the ground 12 o'clock Sundays;
drop me a postal If interested. ' ,'
THOS. N. BADGER, room 17, Bacon Block,
Oakland.
A SNAP in a : Berkeley home. ' Price reduced
from- $3,200 to $2,700, to make, a quick sale;
4- rooms including, bath, on first floor; 2
.rooms and sleeping I deck on second. ' House
Is new and first class; plastered outside and
in. Address or see J. V. \u25a0 ELLIOTT, 2431
WooUey .; st. Berkeley. . !.
MODERN.' 8 room, 2 story, weil furnished house;
lot 37:6x134:8. 2150 Stuart St., Berkeley;
phone Berkeley 475 C. -
J^^nMLfi REAI^ESTATE
NEW 5 \u25a0 room bungalow; every, modern conven-
ience; 2 fireplaces, paneled and beamed ceil-
ings, oak floors: lot 52x130; $900 down, bal-
ance to suit. 1008 Rosedale Stelnway terrace
in Fmitvale. -,:':. ' ".-.\u25a0-.' - •
NEW. 5 room "\u25a0" bungalow In Stelnway terrace.
Frultvale; \u25a0will exchange,, for improved or un-
. Improved In Oakland or any of the bay cities.
W. 0. LEVERICH.nI Telegraph nv.. Oakland.
i H AyW^W^REAL^^^
1 ACRE or more In famous Meek orchard tract:
electric and 2 Pteam linos on land; fniltand
-\u25a0 ( poultr.v; prices right; easy terms; free infor-
mation. , . \u0084
ROBINSON & GUNNING,
T<?l. Hn.vwanl 220. Hayward.
BURLWGAM
BEAUTIFUL HOMESITES.
Visit the beautiful Bnrlingame hill country,
the most- beautiful. within reach of the city, far
surpassing the . cross bay loonlities; transfer
the San Mateo electric car .at' sth and; Market —
you always; get ft seat — and get:off,fit EASTON
• station,; or, take the Southern ; Pacifie at Third
and Townsend..Here Is the finest suburban home
site on the peninsula. EASTON ADDITIONS TO
BURLING AME:^ beautiful shaded path.*, cool on
the hottest days; all Improromenta. cement side-
walks, v streets." •: sewers. : water, light and tele-
, phone nre installpd:' the -homos =wlll appeal to
p yon;, large lots on easy. terms: excellent .and fast
train service, twice as ; fast as .to ; cross bay
points. For particulars - about EASTON address
F. J. RODGERS, 65 MIIXS- BUILDING, SAN
FRANCISCO. ' . ."1.. - \u25a0 r
REDWOOD CITY-^Real Estate
A— IMPROVED Iota; 5 minutes', walk from Red-
wood City depot; r very easy .terms:- also acre-
:'age;, send for booklets BALDWIN & UOW-
ELLv; 3IB-324. Kearny st. ;.'/:.:
SANTA CRUZ REAL ESTATE
HOMES,"- ranches." acreage, ; exchange." Price" list.
, DAVID L. , WILSON, , Santa Cnu, ;Cal. :',,;
REALESTA TETQ EXCHANGE
.WANT lots'or land'for $3,Bso;* cottage, 5 rooms;
. large ; lot,at 1678 lOtUav.,, Oakland.
LEGAL NOTICES
IN ; THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
OF CALIFORNIA. IN AND FOR. THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO.
; JOHN ;D. SPRECKEI^ >JR., Plaintiff. _
'. '.' - - --\u25a0".- \u25a0.:.. "•.• : -'. l -:-"---.. Versus •\u25a0'-..' ' " \u25a0:;..:.- \u25a0'-..
ALL PERSONS claiming , any interest j la, or lien
\u25a0 v upon, the real property herein described," or
\u25a0 any part thereof ,"' Defendants. ~ • \u0084
; ' Actloni No.. 23.537.V - :
V^ii\ -• \u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 •"- Department -No.; 4. ,
Ira" S. Lillick. Attorney, for ' Plaintiff, 523-524
Kohl Building,. San, Francisco, Cal.' ; -~- :
TJie People of the State of California: -;"\u25a0
To all persons claiming any ; interest in,' or Hen
upon, the real herein described, or any
part thereof,^Defendants, \u25a0 " -i:
V " \u0084 4 ' : GREETING::.
You are hereby ; required to appear and answer
the -complaint iof ; JOHN t D." . SPRECKELS JR. -
Dlaintlff, s filed .with 1 the . Clerk of % the " above ; en-
titled Court r and \ City ; and » County, ' within " three
months 4 after : the s first ; publication of this * sum- "
mons -and.toset forth -what Interest or lien,; if
'any you haveln'oriupon-that'certaln rearprop-
erty,^ or » any part thereof,*, situated ; in the 5 City
and County of San'VranclseO, State of California^
particularly described^ as sfollows: J .* :';v ;;r • -.
(I)- COMMENCING; at. the ; southeast corner. of
; Laguna street and Pacific avenue, running thence
easterly along the 7 southerly .' line j of: Pacific I ave-
nue fifty-three i (s3); feet! ten; (10) inches;* thence
at fa ;8 right .; angle * southerly^ one ; hundred v ; and
eleven ". (ill) 'feet:-'theacej at ;atright:angles west*
erly : fifty-three f (53) i f eet iten 4 (10) . I nches t to » the
\u25a0 easterly * line =of j Lagtroa ! street; | thence ; northerly
and along the ;satd easterly llae of Xatguna' street
one ; hundred • and'; eleveni (111) j Xeet I to , the I _outh«- ,
LEGAL NOTICES
Continued '
erly line of Pacific avenue : and point of com-
mencement. " ', ' ' '\u25a0
Belag a portion of Western Addition Block
nutnber 194. •v,""':
. (2) Commencing at the point of Intersection
'of the southerly line of Anxa (formerly "A")
street with the westerly line of Twenty- third
avenue, running thence southerly and along said
westerly line of Twenty-third avenue one hun-
: dred and fifty <150> feet; thence at a right angle
1 westerly one huadred and ten (110) feet and
I eleven. (ll). iDches; thence at a right angle north-
erly and en a line parallel with said line of
i Twenty- third avenue one hundred and forty-two
I (142) feet to a point; thence northeasterly thirty
(30) feet and eight and three-eighths <S%)
inches to a point -on the southerly line of Anza
(formerly "A") street which is distant thereon
elgUty-oae (81) feet and seven (7) inches west-
; erly -. from, the point of commencement: aad
thence easterly and along said southerly ltae of
Anza (formerly "A") street eighty-one (Sl > feet
and seven (7) inches to the poiat of commence-
ment. *
-.Being '"a portion 'of Outside Lands Block
number 306.
I (3) Commencing at a point on the westerly
; line of Twenty-third avenue distant thereon one
hundred and seventy-five (175) feet southerly
from the southerly line of Anza- (formerly "A")
street, running tbence southerly along said line
of Tvventy-third avenue twenty-five (25) feet:
thence at a right "angle westerly one hundred and
ten (110) feet and eleven (11) inches; thence at
a right angle northerly twenty-five (23) feet:
' thence at- a. right .angle easterly one hundred and
ten 1110) feet and eleven (11) Inches to the said
westerly line of Twenty-third avenue and the
; point of commencement. T~
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block
number 3OG.
' (4) Commencing at_a point on the \u25a0 westerly
line of, Twenty-third avenue distant thereon two
hundred and twenty-five (225) feet southerly
from the southerly line of Anza (formerly "A"»
street, running thence southerly along said west-
erly line of Twenty-third avenue fifty (50) feet;
thence at a right .angle westerly one. hundred
and. ten (110) feet and eleven (11V Inches;
thence at a right angle northerly fifty (50) feet:
thence at a right angle easterly one hundred and
ten (110) feet and eleven (in Inches to the
westerly liae of Tweaty-thlrd aveaue aad polat
of commeacement. •« - '
.-Being a portion of ..Outside Lauds Block
number 30C. -
(5) Commencing at a point on the westerly
line of Twenty-third avenue, distant thereon
three hundred (300) feet southerly from the
southerly line of Anza (formerly "A") street,
running thence southerly along said line of
Twenty-third avenue ' twenty-five (25) feet:
thence at right angles westerly one hundred aad
ten (1 10) feet and eleven (ll> inches; thence
at a right angle northerly twenty-five (25) feet:
theace at a right'angle easterly one hundred and
ten (110) feet aad eleven (11) Inches to the 1
westerly line of Twenty-third aveauc aad poiat ;
of commencement. •
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 306.
(.6); Commencing at the point formed by the la- :
of the westerly line of Twenty- third
avenue with the northerly line of Balboa (for- i
merly "B") street, running thence northerly!
along said line of Twenty-third avenue seventy-
five (75) feet: thence at a right angle westerly
pne hundred and tea (110) feet and eleven (11)
inches; thence at a right angle southerly sev-
enty-five (75) feet to the northerly line o"f Bal-
coa (formerly "B") street, and thence at a right ;
angle easterly along said line of Balboa (for- i
merly "B") street one hundred and ten (110)
feet and eleven (11) inches to the westerly line
of Twenty-third avenue and the point of com-
mencement. x
Being a portion of Outside Lauds Block num-
ber 306.
(7) Commencing at a "point on the westerly
line of Twenty-third avenue, distant thereon oa*
hundred and -twenty-five' (125> feet northerly,
from the northerly llae of Balboa • (formerly
"B") street, running whence northerly along said
westerly line of Twenty-third avenue seventy-
five (75) feet; thence at a right angle westerly
One. huadred and ten (110)- feet aad eleven (11)
inches: thence at a right angle southerly seventy-
five (75) feet, and thence at a right angle east-
erly one hundred and ten (110) feet and eleven
(11) Inches to the westerly llae of Twenty-third
aveaue and the point of commeacement.
I Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 308.
(8) Commencing at a point on the westerly
line of Twenty-first avenue, distant thereon two
hundred twenty-five (225) feet northerly
from the northerly line of Balboa , (formerly
'B' ) street, running thence westerly one hun-
dred and twenty (120). feet: thence at a right
angle northerly thirty -one (31) feet and eighty 8)
Inches; thence northeasterly one^hundred and
tweaty (120) feet and nine (9) Inches to a point
on the westerly line of Twenty- first avenue,
which Is- distant forty-five (45) feet northerly
from the point of commencement, running tbence
southerly along said line of Twenty -first avenue
forty-five (45) feet to the -point of commence-
ment. •
Being a portion of Outside Land 3 Block num-
ber 804.
(9) Commencing at a poiat on the westerly
.line of Eighth avenue, distant thereon one hun-
dred and seventy-five (175) feet northerly from
the northerly line of Fulton street, runaing
theace northerly along said Hue of Eighth ave-
nue twenty-five (25) feet; thence at a right
angle — esferly one hundred and twenty (120)
feet; thence at a right angle southerly twenty-
five (25) feet, and thence at a right angle east-
erly one hundred and tweaty (120) feet to the
said westerly line of Eighth avenue aad the
point of commencement. \u25a0 " .
Being a portion of Outside Landa Block num-
ber 3SS.
(10) Commencing at. a polat on the easterly
llae of Fifteeath aveaue.- distaat thereon oae
hundred aad sixty-eight (16S) feet northerly
from the northerly line, of Balboa (formerly
"B") street, running thence northerly along said
line of Fifteenth avenue twenty-four (24) feet;
thence at a right angle easterly one hundred and
twenty-seven (127) feet and -six (6) Inches;
thence at a right angle southerly twenty-four
(24) feet: thence at a right angle westerly one
hundred and. twenty-seven (127) feet and six (8)
Inches to the easterly line of Fifteenth avenue
and the point of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 297. . , ; .
(11) Commencing f at a point formed by the la-
tersectloa of the southerly line of Balboa (for-
merly "B") street with the easterly line of Six-
teenth avenue, running thence easterly' along
said southerly line- of Balboa (formerly "B")
street fifty-two (52) feet and six (6) Inches;
thence at a right angle southerly one hundred
(100) feet: thence at \u25a0 a right angle westerly
fifty-two (52) feet and six (6) inches to the
easterly line of Sixteenth avenne, and thence at
a* right angle northerly along' said line of Six-
teenth avenue one hundred (100) feet^to the
southerly line of Balboa (formerly "B") street
and the point of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands block nu_t-
ber 366.
' (121 Commencing at a point on the northerly
liae of Cabrillo (formerly "C") street, distant
thereon fifty-seven .(57> feet and six. (6) Inches
westerly, from the westerly line of Niath avenue.
running thence westerly along said northerly
line of Cabrillo (formerly "C") street twenty-five
(25) feet; thence at a right angle northerly one
(100) \u25a0 feet; thence at ' a right angle
easterly twenty-five (25) feet, awi^ thence at a
right angle southerly one hundred (100) feet to
the northerly line of Cabrillo (formerly "C")
street and tee point of commencement.
Being a portion of Out 9< u « Lands Block num-
ber 372. .
(13) Commencing at a poiat on the westerly
line of Eleventh avenne, distant thereon one hun-
dred (100) feet northerly from the northerly line
of Balboa, jformerly "B") street, rasalng thence
northerly along said westerly "line .of Eleventh
avenue - twenty-five <25t feet; thence at a right
angle westerly one hundred and twenty (120) feet;
thence at a right angie southerly twenty-five (25>
feet, and thence at a right angle easterly one
hundred and twenty, (120> feet to the westerly
line of Eleventh "avenue and the point of com-
mencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 204.
(14) Commencing at a point oi»-th? westerly
line of Twenty-third avenue, distant thereon
three* hundred and fifty (350> feet southerly from
the southerly line of Anza (formerly "A")
street, running tbMice southerly along said west-
erly line of Twenty-third avenue twenty-five (25)
feet; thence at. a right'angle westerly one hun-
dred-and ten (110) feet and eleven (11) -inches;
thence at . a right angle northerly twenty-five-
(2s) feet and. thence at a/right angle easterly
on* hundred and ten (110) feet and eleven (U)
Inches, to \u25a0 the . westerly llae • of Twenty-third
avenue and the. point of - commencement. .
Being a. portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 306. . *
(15) Commencing at a point formed by the in-
tersection of the. northerly line of. Balboa (for-
merly "B") street with the westerly line of
Twentieth avenue,', running thence westerly along
said line of Balboa- (formerly "B"> street two
hundred aud forty (240) feet to the easterly line
of^ Twenty-first avenue; tbence at a right ancle
northerly : along " said » line of Twenty-first ave-
nue one ; hundred and seventy-five - (175)' feet:
thence \u25a0at a • right angle " easterly one hundred
and twenty (120)- feet: thence at a right a_gle
southerly seventy-five (75) feet. . and thence at a
right angle easterly one" hundred and twenty
(ll'Oi feet! to the westerly line "of -Twentieth
avenue, and thence at ' ft : right angle southerly
along said line of Twentieth avenne one hundred
(100) feet to the \u25a0 northerly line of Balboa (for-
merly t*'B") street and" the point of commence-
ment.
v Being a portion of Outside Lands - Block num-
ber 303.
.(16) Commencing r at a» point on- the easterly
line of Twenty-first avenue, distant thereon two
hundred (200) feet northerly from the northerly
line Of Balboa '.(formerly "BY.» . street, . running
thence northerly along- said easterly line of
•TweDty-first avenue twenty-five (2Q) feet; thence
at a right ingle easterly oae huadred and twenty-
(l2oi feet; thence #t > a rigUt ; angle \u25a0 southerly'
twenty-five (251 feet, aod thence at a right angle
westerly . otae hundred and twenty - (120) . feet to
the easterly line: of .Twenty-first avenue and the
point of commencement..-; ; .
« Being .apportion of. Outside Land 3 Block num-
ber 303. :- \u25a0 \ * * : ' "
" --' (17) Commencing at a : pq«n* ', on the easterly
line of Twenty-first avenne," distant thereon two
hundred and fifty (250) feet . northerly from the
northerly \u25a0 line ot Balboa , (formerly "B'J) street,
running; thence northerly along .said easterly line
of Twer^y-first avenue twenty-five (25» . feet •
thence at a right angle easterly otse hundred and
twenty- (120) feet; ;thence at a right angle
southerly : twenty-five - : (25) feet. : and ; tbence at - a
right; angle ; westerly, one; hundred . and. twenty
(120) ; feet to \ the easterly s line 'of Twenty-first
avenue and the point of. commencement. .
'-•> Being a portion of Outside Land 3 Block num-
ber?3o3.:;:. -\u25a0 : :'\u25a0 "-\u25a0• \u25a0 v ;.r.> -..-.. vu \-
, • (IS) . Commencing < at , a- v point fonr.fj rhy the
intersection of '\u25a0 the westerly line of . Twenty- first'
avenue > with the : northerly line, of Balboa (for-
merly ' ; _"B'.M _'' street, running thence westerly
along said , line of Balboa (formerly "B") street
fifty-seven \u25a0 (57) t feet and : six , (6) ?, inches ; thence
at '» a-} right % angle i northerly • oae - hundred - (100) '
feet; thence at, alight angle westerly twenty-
fiv»» <2">* , . feet, '. and \u25a0 tbence .at a • right
angle . southerly r one hundred ilOO) feet to
the ,; northerly -Mlfle \u25a0\u25a0• of ? Balboa (formerly "B")
street ; 1 and ; thence aat -'« ? right angle : westerly,
along; said line : of i Balboa |i (formerly „ VB"> street
.oce hundred and fifty-seven (157) ' feet and six (6) '\u25a0
LEGAL NOTICES ;
' Continued ..- ~:? < ' l . lrtril -
Inches to the easterly lice of Tweaty-«econd
avenue, ana then« at : a right ; angie.'.northeriy
along said lice of Twenty-second avenue two
hundred and twenty-five (223) ftet: thence «t a
right sagle easterly one huadred aj_r~twenry
(120) feet; " thence at a right angle southerly
twenty-five (25> feet and thence at a rlrtt an«w
easterly one huadred and twenty 112OT. feet
to the westerly line of Twenty-first aveaue. Ann
thew* at a right angle southerly "^o^'^J
line ' of Twenty-first avenue two hundred*-'""
feet to the northerly liae of Balboa (ftnreseriy
"B"> street aad the point of commencemeat.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block: num-
ber 304. , :_,
(19) Commencing ttt a point on the- -enerir
line of. Twentieth aveaue. distant thereon one
hundred- and twentv-flve (125) feet southerlj
frona the southerly line of Aaaa (fonaerly _A )
street; tbence southerly along said line c. w*
tieth- avenue fifty (30> feet; theace at rt«-s
1 angles westerly one hundred and twenty *!-»»
feet; thence at rtght angles northerly Otty (\u25a0»"»
feet, and thence at right angles easterly one nua-
dred and twenty (120) feet to the point of com-
mencement. ' _ ' ' -
Being a portion of Outslda Lands BSoc_ nnm-
ber 303. ' -
(20) Commeaclng- at a point on the westerly
line of Twentieth avenue, distaat thereon two
hundred and seventy-five (275> feet northerly
from the northerly liae of Balboa (formerly
*'B"> street, running thence westerly at right
angles to Twentieth avenue one hundred ana
twenty (120) feet; theatre at right aagles north-
erly sixteen (16) feet on* and one-half (IVj*
Inches; ttience northeasterly one hundred and
twenty (120) feet nine (9) Inches to a point on
the westerly llae of Twentieth aveaue which »
distant therecn twenty-nine (29) feet ttx («>
Inches " northerly from the point of commence-
ment, running thence southerly along said line
of Twentieth avenue twenty-nine (23) f»et s.x
(6) inches to the >>lat of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 303.
(21) Commencing at a poiat on the southerly
line of Ansa (formerly "A"> stre«t," "distant
thereon one hundred and seven (1071 feet aad
six (8> inches westerly from the westerly line of
Twentv-seeond aveaae; thence ruaains westarly
along said line of Anza (formerly "A"V street
twenty-five (25> feet: thence at right ' angles .
southerly oae hundred (100) feet: * thence at
right aagles easterly tweaty -five (23Tr feet, and
thence at a right angie northerly oae hundred
(100>-fe*t to the point of commeaeement."" '-
Be lag a portloa of Outside Laads Block num-
ber 305.
(22) Commeuclng at a polat formed by the
latersectlon of the southerly llae ct Balbo*
(formerly "B") street with the easterly line of
Twenty-first avenue, aad ruantag theace easterly
along said southerly line of Balboa (formerty
"B") street one hundred aad srven (107) feet
aad st.t 16) laches: thence maning- at right
angles southerly one hundred (100) feet: theace
ruoulag at right angles easterly twelve (12) feet
and six (6) inches: thence running at right
angles southerly fifty (50> feet; thence rnnatng
at rtght aagles easterly one hundred and twenty
(12O) feet to the westerly liae of Twentieth
avenue: theace ruaaiag at right angles southerly
along said westerly line of Twentieth avenu*
pfty-elgat (SS) feet and eight <S) inches to the
northerly line of Citizens' Homestead and Rail-
road Association Tract: thence running south
eighty-seven (87)' degrees fifteen (13) minute*
west along said north- line of Citizens* Home-
stead and Railroad Association Tract two hun-
dred and forty (240) feet, more or less, to the
easterly line of said Twenty-first aveane: aad
thence northerly along said easterly line of
Tweaty-flrst avenue two hundred and five (205>
feet and six (6) inches to the southerly Itne of
Balboa (formerly "B") street to the point of
convraencemenf?""
Being a portion of Outslda Lands Bloc* nna-
her 861.
(23) Commencing at a point oa t_e easterly
liae of Seventeenth aveaue. distant thereon one
hundred (1C0) feet northerly from the northerly
line of Balboa (formerly "B") street: ruaalng
theace northerly aloag salA llae of Seveateeath
avenue fifty (50) feet; thence at rtght angley
easterly one hundred aad twenty (120> feet;
thence at right angles southerly fifty (50) feet,
and thence at right angles westerly one hundred
and twenty (120) feet to the point of commence-
ment.
Being a portion of Outside Land 3 Block num-
ber 299.
(24) Commencing at a polat on the easterly
line of Seventeenth aveaue. distant thereon two
hundred (200) feet northerly from tae northerly
llae of Balboa (formerly '"B") street: ruaalag
theaee northerly along said llae of Seventeenth
avenue twenty-five (25) feet :• theace at right
angles easterly one hunrlred aad tweaty (120>
feet; thence at right angles southerly twenty-
1 five (25) feet, aad tbeaee at right aagles west-
erly oae hundred and twenty (120) feet to the
point of commencement.
Belag a portion of Outside Laads Block num-
ber 299. • .
(25) Commencing at a point on the easterly
line of Seventeenth avenue, distant thereon two
hundred (200) feet southerly from the southerly
line of Anza (formerly "A"> street; running
thence southerly . along said line of Seventeenth
avenue 'twenty-five (25> feet; thence at rlghs
angles easterly one hundred and twenty (12O>
feet; thence at right aagles northerly tweaty-
five (23) feet, and theace at right angles west-
erly oae huadred aad tweaty (120) feet to tae
point of commencemeat. . '
Being a portion of Outside Laads Block curs-
ber 289.
(26) Commencinff at a point oa the westerly
line of Sixteenth avenue, distant thereon one hun-
dred and tweaty-flve (125) feet southerly from
the southerly line of Balboa (formerly "B"»
street; mania? theace southerly along said liae
of Sixteenth aveaue tweaty-flve (25) feet; theaca
at right aagles westerly oae huadred and tweaty
(120) feet; thence at right aagles northerly
twenty-five (25V feet, and thence at right aaglea
easterly one buadred aad tweaty (120) feet to
the poiat of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lane!* Block num-
ber 365.
(27) Commencing- at a point en tae westerly
llae cf Fifteenth avenue, dl3taat thereon oae hua-
dred (100) feet northerly from tae northerly llae
of Balboa (formerly "B") street: running thence
northerly along sa.'d llae of Fifteenth avenue
twenty-five (25) feet; thence at right aagles
: westerly oce hundred and tweaty -seven (127)
feet and six (6) Inches: tnence at right aagles
: southerly tweaty-flve (25) feet; theac at right
angles easterly oae hundred aad, twenty-sevea
(127) feet and six (6) laches to the point of
commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 298.
(2S) -Commencing at a poiat on the westerly
' line of Fifteenth avenue, distant thereon one hnn-
dred and twenty-five (123> feet southerly from
the southerly i:ne of Balboa (formerly "B")
street; running thence southerly along the said
line of Fifteenth avenue twenty-flvfe (25X feet:
thence at right angles westerly one hundred aad
twenty-sevea (127) feet and six. (6) laches;
theace at right angles northerly tweaty-flve (25 »
feet: aatl theace at rlgat aagles easterly one
I hundred and twenty-seven (127) feet aad six (t?>
Inches to the point of commencemeat.
Being a portion of Outside T-asds Block num-
ber 36t5.
(29) Commencing at a poiat on the easterly
line of Sixteenth avenue, distant thereon one hun-
dred and seventy-five (175) feet southerly from
the southerly line of Balboa (formerly "B" »
street; runnlajr theace southerly along said liae
of Sixteenth avenue twenty -five (25) feet; taenct*
at right angles easterly one hundred and twenty-
seven (127) feet and six (8) Inches; theace at
right aagles northerly twenty-five (23> feet, and
I thence at a right angle westerly oae hundred
and twenty-seven (127) feet and six (3> inches
to the point of commencement.
Being a portion of OutsidQ Laad3 Block aum-
fcer 368.
\u25a0 (SO) Commenciag at a polat on the south-
erly line of Anza (formerly- "A"> street, distaat
thereon fifty-one (51) feet westerly from the
corner formed by tn« intersection of the south-
erly line of : Anza (formerly "A") street with,
: the westerly line of Fourteenth avenne. and run-
ning thence westerly along said line of Ansa
(formerly "A") street fifty-one (51) feet: thence
at a right angle southerly one hundred and
tweaty (120) feet; theace at a, right angle east-
erly fifty-one (51) feet: aad thence at a r'ght
aagle northerly one hundred and twenty (l2o>
feet to the poiat of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 207. v
(31) Commencing at a poiat oa the westerly
line of Fourteenth avenue, distant thereon one
hundred and twenty (120) feet southerly from
the corner formed by the intersection of the
westerly line of Fourteenth avenue witbt the
" southerly liae of Anza (formerly "A") street,
and running thence southerly along said Una of
Fourteenth avenue forty-eight (4S> feet; thence
at right angles westerly one hundred and tweaty-
seven (127) feet six (6) Inches; theace at right
angles northerly forty -eight (4S) feet; thence at
right angles easterly to the" polat of commeace-
ment.
Being a portion of Outside Laad3 Block num-
ber 207.
(32) Commencing at a point on the west-
erly line Fourteenth avenue, distaat thereos
two hundred and twenty-four (224* feet corth-
1 erly fnxn the northerly line of Cabrillo (formerly
• "C") street; thence northerly along the west-
' erly .line of Fourteenth avenue twenty-five (23)
: feet; thence at right angles westerly one hundred
i and forty (140) feet: thence at right aagles
: southerly twenty-five (23) feet: thence at right
angles easterly to the westerly • line' of Four-
teenth avenne to the point of commencement.
: Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 3C7.
AND YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that un-
less you so appear and answer the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief- demanded ia
the complaint, to wit: for judgment establishing
and quieting said plaintiff's title to all said real
property as the owner thereof in fee simple, aatt
determining -all adverse claims thereto, and as-
certaining and determining all estates, rights,
titles, interests and claims in and to said prop-
erty and every part thereof, and for such otoer
and further relief a» may be Just aad proper in
the premises, under and pursuant to the provi-
sions of the Act of the Legislature of the State
of California entitled: "An Act to Provide for
the Establishment and Quieting of Title to Real
Property In Case of the Loss or Destruction of
Public "Records." approved June 16th. 1906. aad
the Act of the said Legislature 'amending ta©
same approved March 6tb, 1909.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court
thl^mday o'..^«S be /:.MbL > CRIvY; Clerk.
By _. KRAG^^nt^aerk.
The first publication of this summons was made
ia "The San Francisco CaU." a newspaper, ca
the 2d day of November, i. D _l9 l«.
Attorney for PlatatFff. 523-524 Kohl Buildinj.
i San Francisco. California. ___________
NOTICE — I. Francesco Sargettl. havlag bought
the interest of Bernard Glraude; my partner.
in lots 23 and 24. Mock 129, Richmond. Cou-
' tra Costa county. Cal., any outstanding claims
!"•" or mortages \u25a0on above property Ernst be pre-
»ented on or before N0v., 2« 1910 to Francesco
i • Sargottt l 224l; Chestnut »t.. S..F.
_* LUAIBER^ORJSAU^^_
SHINGLES. $1,40; .rustic, $^0: boards, |iO;
country orders solicited. S3 10— St., S. ¥.
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