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UOILERS, engines, 2-hand machinery. Mc-
INTOSII i VVOLPMAN. 195-IS7 Fremont st.
LtARS. back bars, mirrors, showcases, coun-
ters, linoleum, office furniture, store and of-
fice furniture and fixtures; new and second-
hand. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-1021-1023 Mis-
sion Et.. above Sixth.
UAIiS, counters, showcases, shelving, mirrors.
hcught, Kokl and exchanged. I '■' Mission st.
A RARE chance; Just forfeited, 2 14-karat gold
Btemwinding American watches; price $28
cnoh: originally cost $W; money back If not
mm ii-prosent.-.1. UNCLE HARRIS, 16 Grant.
NEW Sohraier piano; owner leaving city; call
.Monday. 130s California .«t.
FOR HALF.— Windmill, tank and pump, or take
a hor.'e In trade. 121S N St. South.
ONE altornatlnK motor; 1 6-h. p.; $8. Ohio
Dental Parlors. SvO Market Et.
$15 -DOMESTIC sewing machine in good order;
complete. IKIS Mission, near Fifteenth.
INVALID chair for sale cheap: only In use 3
weeks. Call nt 715 Elizabeth st.
JULIAN aye., 192. cor. Sixteenth— Lodging
house, 11 rooms; all occupied; $130; rent $16.
FOR sale — Flrst-clnss second-hand cooperage;
Bfi oval oak casks. 6 10,000-gallon tanks, 20
15uO-j;allon tanks, l. r >o puncheons; steamed
f-;ilrit barrel.", 51 80 up. A. PETZOLD. 27
. Iwuy.
STEAM launch; Sx32; must be sold. W. F.
LAUMEISTER, cor. Second and Brannan st«.
SECOND-HAND billiard table in good order;
complete, H35 Folsom st., Wit BATEMAN.
WILL sell new White sewing machine lit a
bargain. E. A. P., 709 - twell st. •
CHOICE canaries for sale; fine singers. 723
Hayes st.
GASOLINE engines, all purpose*; latest de-
signs; new and second hand; carriage en-
gines. Dynamic Engine Co., 1309 Mission St..
near Ninth.
FAFES— New and second for banks, merchants,
steamers, residences; portable safety boxes;
specie chests: bullion safes, vaults, etc. The
Waltz Safe Co.. 109-111 Market St.. S. F..Cal.
SAFES— New and second hand. THE HER-
MANN SAFE CO.. 417-421 Sacramento st.
ST. BERNARD dog. 14 months old; $25. Apply
797 Mission st.
BOILERS, engines, lathes, wood planers, 1! and
24 In. ; gas cng. 2d hand. J. Burke. 139 Beale.
1 GASOLINE engine; 15 H. P. ; complete and
flrFt e'.asß shape. WHITE, 516 Mission st.
DRESS pants, $2 75: fine suits. $10. MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS. 513 Montgomery st.
PR. CREELY'S C. P. Mange Cure at all drug-
gists or at the Dog Hospital.
A— s3 TO DERBY and Fedora hats, $1 75. Popu-
lar Price Hatter*. S3O Kearny st.. near Pine.
DESK office and card tables; desks a changed.
repaired; furniture bought. 244 Stockton st.
BOILERS and engines, second hand; also wine
making mach'y. Krogh Mfg. Co. .Stevenson st.
CHEAPEST and best In America— The Weekly
Call, 16 pages, sent to any address In the
United States or Canada one year for $1.
postage rnld.
CASH paid for standard make upright pianos.
Address box 1340, this office.
WANTED— A double circular portable sawmill
and 25 H. P. engine and boiler. Address
Postofflce box 40, Qulncy, Plumas Co., Cal.
OLD gold, gold dust, platinum and silver
bought. H. Landecker ft Co., 118 Montgomery.
WANTED— To hire. 100 first-class scrnperteams
with harness and pead bars; long Job. E. B.
ETON E F'.Tihiir°t.
ANY amount on furniture, pianos, without re-
moval, or any other good security; payable
back in Installments or as a whole; If you
ewe a balance on the purchase price we will
pay It and carry the loan as long as you de-
fire; avoid red tape and publicity; see us first;
you will be waited upon quietly and quickly.
Call 6S-63 Donohoe bldg.. 1170 Market st.
LOANS en furniture or pianos in S. P., Oak-
land or Alameda at. lowest rates, without
removal: no commission: no delays. J.
NAN. 1017 to 1023 Mission St., above
Sixth; telephone South 14.
ANY amount of 6V4 per cent en real estate, 3d
nnd 2d mortgages, estates, real estate In pro-
bate; mortgages and legacies bought; no de-
lay R. McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery, rm. 8.
HIGHLY respectable and private place to ob-
tain liberal advances on diamonds and Jew-
elry at the lowest rate?. Baldwin Jewelry
Store. 846 Market Bt! telephone Main 1644 ;
AT reduced rates on estates In probate, rents.
chattel mortgages, real estate, country prop-
erty. A. M. SPECK & ("0.. 667 Market st.
CASH loaned to salaried people on note with-
out inriorser. MORRELL. 609 Examiner bldg.
ANY amount by private party on furniture and
pianos; no •val; low rates; confidential.
BONELLI, Conservatory bldg.. 130 Powell st.
ZMj TO $50,000; lowest rates; Ist and 2d mortgs. :
any proposition. DRYDEN. 413 Montgomery.
ON furniture, pianos, without removal; no
commission: private. LICK. 116 McAllister st.
MONEY loaned salaried people on their notes
without Indoreer. TOUSLEY, 692 Parrott bldg.
IF your property la mortgaged and you need
more money see H. MURPHY, 630 Market st.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— Weekly Call.
16 .-■■- In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
wXnTED^S4COO: 6 years; gilt-edge security;
Interest paid quarterly. Inquire 655 Sutter st.
AS we are selling good upright pianos for $6
cash and J6 per month, we ask you to investi-
gate and approve this method; prices are the
tame as if purchased for all cash; bargains
in good second-hand uprights upon same easy
payments and some good pianos for $3. $4 and
}• per month. SHERMAN. CLAY & CO..
tteinway dealers, corner Kearny and Butter
gts.. San Francisco, and Thirteenth and
Broadway. Oakland.
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house
west of Chicago is KOHLER & CHASE'S,
28, 28 and 30 OFarrell St.; pianos, organs and
all other musical Instruments of all grades
end price*; terms easy; prices lowest; every-
thing possible done to please and satisfy the
CREAT sale of "Ideal Guitars" this week at
MAUVAIS*, 769 Market St. Get prices at
TWO fine walnut nil-hand Decker & Son
Pianos They are bargains you should not
miss, at MAUVAIS', 769 Market *t.
PTEINWAY upright; party must have money;
make offer. Room 12 Flood building.
A BEAUTIFUL Arlnn: $30 cash; call after-
noons. Room 12 Flood building.
W G. IiADGER, ■■ Sacramento et.. agent for
Francis Bacon and Hallett fc Davis pianos.
GOOD piano in storage on sale cheap for cash.
WILSON'S STORAGE. 1710 Market st.
"^ BARGAIN — Stelnway upright cheap.
SCHMITZ. 16 McAllister, next Hlbernla Bank.
A— $86 UPRIGHT piano In fine condition; also
the famous Hornung Bros. 216 McAllister at.
cup A.P Stelnway upright: also the famous
Hornung Bros.' pianos. 216 McAllister st.
>— T'PRIGHTS. $69 up: installments, $5 75 up;
i^nts, $2 up (allowed on sale). Heine. 136 Ellis.
EOHMER, Byron Mauiy and other piano*. $08
post st. _^
WANTED— 2 Square Pianos and 4 Cabinet Or-
Vans BYRON MAUEY. 308 Post st.
KNARE pianos: n;w scale; new styles. KOH-
LER & CHASE, 30 O'Farrell st.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MT'LLKR. maker, repnlrer, I Latham place.
CHEAPEST and best In Amerlca-The eek y
Call 10 pages, sent to any address In the
f 1 tt'M Ptsfes. pr.straM. '''' '1 per ' **"'"
RE; Twenty-third and Guerrero; 8 rooms
and concrete liar; good location for bakery,
store Twenty-third, next to corner of Guer-
rero: fixtures; 3 rooms and cellar.
STORE and 3 rooms. Ml Third St.; well lo-
cate.! for French laundry; large yard.
EMMA "SPRECKELS building. 927 Market St.—
Desirable offices. $12 50 to $20.
jJrMT" NEER6Xai€s7'pupll of Count Bt. Ger-
main. HI Geary st., above Jones; classes:
office hours. 1 to 8 p. m.; reading by mall. $1.
PART N I : H S wanted.
■VvXnTED— By lady alone, partner with small
capital to enlarge lodging-house. Cox 2199,
Cull. _
WANTED— SISO partner In chicken business;
fine chanc;; near city. Box 2023, Call.
RAO carpets wove to order and for sale; also
chenille-wove rugs, silk portieres; dealer In
caruet twine, in hank or chain, at lowest
ra tee. GEO. 'MATTHEW, 709 Fifth. Oakland
VAT is fatal to beauty and health; we reduce
quickly and safely. An-T.-Phat Co.. Chicago.
OUR leather Is carved In Mexico: beautiful
bolt* $1; special Mexican art. 114 Stockton st.
I KCRAPPLE—WiII pell receipt and Instruct pur-
chaser !n making the celebrated Philadelphia
Scrapple. Address Scrapple. 64$ Geary St.
EGYPTIAN Enamel, cosmetic.' makes faces
»-»*utlful;soc. Mrs. Butler, r. 350, PheUn bid*.
ALL -ladies and men use The Star Hair Rcm- (
dy. or should. It appeals to refined tastes;
you get best results; no experimenting; does
all it is advertised to some say more;
manufacturer* claim it restores gray hair to
natural color, cures dandruff, stops falling,
grows new hair; they guarantee it; nt drug-
gists and hairdressers. Further particulars ]
The Star Remedy Co.. 656 Geary St.. B. P. I
TO whom, it may concern— l will not he re- !
sponsible for any debts contracted by my !
wife, Mrs. Maria T. Boothe, after this date, ' i
_Beptember 9. 1599. A: E. BOOTHE.
WOULD like to see the relatives of O. JACOBI- I
SON, who died In Dawson. born in Gotten-
burg, Goteberg, Sweden, regarding his estate.
ED. WIBURG, 1227 Pacific st, San Francisco, .
Cal. j
LEDERER' S Quintonlca Is the only hair tonic
that fills all requirements; clean, glossy hair
results from Its use; 33c bot. 123 Stockton st. ;
LEDERER is not only the leading hairdresser,
but he restores gray hair to its original color
for $1 50 to $5; hairdressing 25c; switches. $1
up. G. LEI BRER, 123 Stockton st. j
DRESSMAKING; party dresses a specialty; :
U. S. tailor system; very reasonable. 116 i
Twelfth St. !
WHAT have you to exchange for course In
Spanish or singing? Box 476, Call office.
MME. FISHER, face and hair specialist; long !
experience; treatment free. HI Powell at.
A QUIET home In confinement; medical care. '■
D. E. MASON, m.d., Frultvale. CaL '
HEALTHY German wetnurse wanted to travel.
DR. FUNKE, 1416 Eighth st.. Alameda.
MARY— I got my handsome cape at the East-
ern Outfitting Co., 1306 Stockton, nr. Broad-
way. There you can get most anything In that
line on easy payments; open evenings.
ASSORTMENT of Imported and domestic rem- :
mints for suits to order, $10 75; pants. $3 75;
nothing higher. One-Price Tailoring Co., 1644
Market St.. under St. Nicholas Hotel.
JOHN L. BOONE, Patent Trademark
Attorney at Law. and Copyright
No. 4 Sutter St., Laws a Specialty
Ban Francisco, Cal. American and Foreign
Eend for Circular. Patents Solicited.
ELECTRIC lights in every room; Winchester
Hotel, 44 Third St.. near Market; 700 rooms;
the to $1 60 per night: $1 £0 to $6 per week;
free 'bur- and baggage to and from the ferry.
MME LOUISE'S manicure parlor has removed
from O'Farrell to 132 Eddy st.
RUPTURE, piles cured; examination free.
Drs. 'Mansfield & Porterfleld. 838 Market St.
LADIES' tailor-made suits to order at ,
w' --sale figures. KRAMER. 20 Sansome St.
GOOD tai --made suits at reasonable prices
by F. SCHOETTLER. 329 Kearny st.
JAMES A. SORENSON, watchmaker and Jew-
eler, removed to 103 Sixth Ft., near Mission.
RUPTURE, stricture cured: no knife; no injec-
tion; guarantd. Dr. Gordln.sl4 Pine. ab.Krny.
i A— Ladies' or gents' clothing, furniture bought.
Bold; tel. Mint 997. JACOBS. 1023 Folsom st.
SUITS to order on easy Installments. L.
LEMOS. 1117 Mar'--' St.. bet. 7th and Sth.
WANTED— OId gold for manufacng. O. Nolte.
Jeweler. 248 O'Farrell. bet. Powell & Mason.
j A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
) 16 page;' in wrapper, for mailing. pe-- year.
CORNER with or without buildlntr: $5000 to
$tSOO~n. GEO. W. CUMIN, 11 Montgomery.
OLIVE GRUVER, free treatment daily, 10
a. m. and 12 m. 1206 Market St.. room 6.
DR C C. O'DONNELL. office and residence,
1021 Market Ft., bet. Sixth and Seventh.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call. '
18 pages. in wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
$35,000— 0n Geary St., near town; large lot,
! 57:6x120; two frontages; fine improvements.
■ $1700 — $700 cash; four flats; always rented.
$3000 — Two good houses of six rooms each; Al
i condition; near Howard and Sixth its.
$1600 — houses, near Third and Harri-
son sts.
$3000 — Nine tenements, near Fifth and Fol-
■ Bom sts.
$3750— Tw0 new flats of five and four rooms on
Bhotwell St., in good condition; large lot, 3"x
122:6; part can be further improved; must bo
, Bold Immediately.
I Business property, bakery and flats;
1 beet part of Western Addition; rent $70; 50 -foot
I frontage.
i $8000— Two modern flats on McAllister St., ten
and six rooms; lot 25x100.
$36,000— Elegant modern corner residence, 25
rooms; built regardless of cost; must he soli
on account of departure of owner; lot 60x100.
$2250 — Perry St., near Fourth; house of eight
i rooms and bath, stable; forced sale.
$4500— Elegant modern residence near Park
I Panhandle: seven rooms and bath.
$2800 — Bank foreclosure; nice two-story house
of seven rooms and bath; Shot well St., near
s6soo— St., near Flllmore; elite neighbor-
hood; modern house of eleven rooms and bath;
27x77 ;«.
638 Market Street.
MADISON & BURKE, Real Estate Agents,
626 Market at., opp. Palace Hotel.
Established ISSB.
Brick building— Battery-st. business corner,
near Market St.; In center of wholesale dis-
trict; apply for particulars.
i Cheap— Point Lobos aye., near Central aye. ;
', two-story house and also two large flats; lot
t £1x81:3; $4000.
1 $12,000— Mission St., between First and 8eo-
ond; a nice down-town business property.
$5000— Baker St., near Sacramento: eight
rooms and bath, In perfect order; 23:6x102:6.
$5000— Clementina St.. near Fifth; two houses; [
■ store and flats; rents $55 per month; 25x80.
— Near Golden Gate aye. and Leaven-
| worth St.; rents $45; lot 20x60; Inside property; j
always rented.
! Twenty-seventh St., near Dolores; 11
i rooms, 2 baths; lot 2f>xll4.
I $5500— $55 per month; Bnotwell-Bt. j
I corner; etore and flat*; lot 25x90.
626 Market St., opp. Palaoe Hotel.
JOHN PFORR, removed to 403 Pine St., oppo- i
site the Nevada Bank.
$18,600— Kent $150; corner 6 flats of 7 and 8
rooms and bath each; Sacramento and Scott j
pis.; a flrst-rate Investment.
$36,000— Rent $3000 per annum; fine centrally
I located property; stores and flats.
$4000— Maybe en; a two-story bay-window
house of 9 rooms and bath on O'Farrell st., near
Laguna; lot 26x100.
$3000— Good two-story house on Eighteenth st., !
near Castro; lot 25x100.
$4350— Reduced again from $4600; an extraor-
dinary bargain on Fulton St., near Franklin;
only 3 blocks from City Hall and near Market
St.; a two-story house, stable and garden; lot
27:6x137:6; worth $5500, but must be sold.
$7500— Fine residence on Devlsadero st., near '
j Fell: 9 rooms: modern Improvements; 25x112:6.
$5500 Rent $47; a splendid Investment, on :
! Geary Bt. ; three-story house; store and 2 flats, '
! 6 rooms and bath each.
$5600— A nice property on Spear St., between
i Howard and Folsom.
$26,000— Reduced from $34,000; rent $287; Lar-
I kin st., south of Geary; stores and flats; a
■ dead bargain.
$3850— Rent $45: Webster St.. near Washing-
' ton; a fine double flat, 6 rooms and bath each. ,
Several fine properties on McAllister st.
HEALTH resort of San Francisco— Sunset
Beach lots and cottages for sale and for rent; |
near Golden Gate Park and boulevard. ■
■ JACOB HEYMAN. 19 Montgomery at.
j $750—4 ROOMS and bath; cottage; 60x125; Alvln I
Tract, El mhurst, near Oakland: easy terms. |
JACOB HEYMAN, 19 Montgomery st. j
NEW 4-room house; corner Cortland aye. j
and Dakota St.; close to electric cars; Btreet ;
v..red and graded; easy terms. JACOB !
HEYMAN. 19 Montgomery st. I
v.. K-room-and-bath cottage on Douglass :
st near Twenty-third; easy terms. JACOB
HBYMAN, 19 Montgomery st. s I
riNLT $1300 for two lots on Twelfth aye., close ,
to Clement; ready for building; all street :
•work done: 25x120 each; easy terms. W. J. >
GUNN. 410 Montgomery et. _,
IF you have lota north of Golden Gate Park.
w/«t of First aye., and you wish to sell them,
call on W. J. CIUNN. 410 Montgomery el j
G. H. UMBSEN & C 0.,"" ~~~ r ~~— :
$40,000— Downtown business property: near
Kearny and Market sts.; 3-story brick build- ,
Ing; store and lodging house; rent $290; 35x •
$40,000— Stockton St., near Market St.; im-
provements renting for $2400 per annum; 40x80.
$18.000 — Corner on Davis St.; improvements :
renting for $10S0 per annum; 24x75.
$10,600— Fine corner on Fillmore st.: Improve-
ments substantial in store and several flats;
rent $900 per annum; 27:0xSl:S.
$8500— Fourth-st. business property; to close
an estate; Improvements and lot 25x85; rents
$660 per annum.
$15,500 Price greatly- reduced; corner on
Howard St.; 2 stores with living rooms and 4
flats of 7 and 5 rooms and bath each; rent $1080
per annum; brick foundation, etc; large lot,'
35x122:6; $10,000 can remain at 6^> per cent per
annum: owner going to Germany to live.
$14,500— Four elegant modern flats; rents $1320
per annum; 50x100; McAllister st. ,
$12,500— Rents $1230 per annum; 3 houses, con-
sisting of 5 rooms and bath each; 2 houses of
6 rooms and bath each; 55x137:6; Western Ad-
dition; good location.
$12,000— A splendid Investment; rents $1260 per
annum; 6 substantial 2-story and basement
houses of 7 rooms and bath each; corner on
Powell et.; 37:6x77:6.
$3000— Western Addition; . rents $372 per an-
num; 8 tenements and lot.
$1500— Rents $216 per annum; a big bargain; ;
house In 3 tenements and lot: near Clay and i
Mason Ets.
$1350— aouthslde Investment; rents $432
per annum; 4 tenements of 4 rooms each; 25
$20,000— Elite location; Pacific Heights; unex-
celled marine views; an admirably planned resi-
dence; large sunny rooms; very attractive In-
terior; built by the day; very sunny: never be- i
fore offered for sale; large lot, 75x137:6; south i
$6500— Opposite AHa Plaza square; a real bar- j
gain; an elegant residence of 8 rooms and bath;
modern and In first-class condition; nearly new. |
— To close an estate: Geary St.; substan-
tial house of 8 rooms and bath. etc.; rents $4SO
per annum; 25:10x120; 2 frontages.
$4760— bargain: to close an estate: retits $420
per annum; substantial house of 6 rooms and
bath; Geary st.; 25:11x120; 2 frontages.
$1750— very cheap home; nearly new; cozy !
modern bay-window cottage of 4 large rooms, ;
bath, laundry, etc.; brick foundation.
$1260— Mission cottage; will sell on In- I
stallments; part cash; 42x140:6%.
$1250 and upward— Choice building lots; very
cheap; 10 sold; Noe, 14th and Henry sts.: 1
block from Market St.; 25x115 and 25x105 each; I
level, on grade and ready for building; offered
at very low prices and being so nicely located
are selling rapidly.
On very easy terms; we are offering the lots
at Waller and Steiner sts. of the German Sav-
ings and Loan Society; street work done com- j
plete; lots all ready to build on; terms a fourth
cash, balance at 7 per cent; only a few left.
$800 each and upward— lnstallment lots; Rich- j
mond; Tenth aye., C and I' sts.; adjacent to the
Park; 25x120; $50 cash, $10 per month; Interest j
at 7 per cent.
Choice list of building lots In every part of |
the city at prices to suit.
Call and obtain one of our "Real Estate Rec-
ords," which contains a list of properties for
sale In all parts of the city.
14 Montgomery St.
HAWKS & SKELTON, 321 Montgomery st.
$9000— corner; finest view of bay and
Presidio in the city: NW. Larkin and Chest-
nut; California and Hyde st. cars in one* block;
145:0x139:6, or In subdivisions aa follows:
$3000— For corner, 87:6x139:6.
$1600— Inside lots, 27x139:6; easy terms.
$27oo— corner lot; Fifteenth, near Valencia;
choice for flats; light for every room.
$100— Lots south of Park; buy for your chil-
$SOoO— Modern house, Gourd St., eight rooms
and finished attic and basement, tiling, etc.
view of bay.
$7300— St., near Union; fine bay view; 8
rooms and attic; new and artistic.
Cottage In warm belt of Mission; five
rooms and bath, high basement; make offer.
$32u&— Flats; Hartford St., near Castro and
Nineteenth; four and five rooms and bath;
rents $330 per annum.
$4250— Howard, near Eighteenth; eight rooms
and bath; can be altered to flats and pay |
good Interest.
$5600— New flats; Frederick, near Clayton and
the Park; rents $630 per annum: easy terms.
321 Montgomery st.
108 Montgomery st., San Francisco.
Lot on MlFsion st., near Twelfth; 40x137:6; old
Improvements; will be sold cheap; an offer
Fine lot 25x120 to rear street; residence of 10
rooms; fine for doctors' offices; cars pass; price
Fine residence of 12 rooms on Pacific Heights;
marine view; lot 3S: 10x137:6.
RENTS $65. PRICE $6500.
Three good flats on . Laxkin St.; pays 1 per
cent gross; lot 24x100.
Three fine flats on Minna st., near Eighth;
rented for $47 monthly; a good safe Income
Five beautiful lots In Pacific Heights, com-
manding marine view; will be sold at a grand
bargain; send for plat.
Etore and three flats rented for $41); lot 22:11 x
80; price $3760.
Fine lots with view of the city; $800 to $1100.
10S Montgomery St., San Francisco.
You missed it on some of them we sold last
Don't be behind time this week if any of
these suit you:
$800—110 per month; five rooms, bath; new
and flrtt-class In every respect: at Sunnyslde.
51000— 512 50 per month; same locality and
size, but has basement and larger lot.
$1000 $12 50 per month; live rooms, large lot;
plenty of flowers; San Rafael.
$1350— $1S per month; 7 rooms: close to Hotel
Rafael- excellent locality and large ground*.
Room 2, 222 Sarsome St., San Francisco; also
Frultvale station.
$9000 FOR 60 feet on Mission St., near 21st; old
houses bringing $60; mortgage $5000.
$1700— Cottage, 5 rooms. In splendid order;
Harrison, near Twenty-third; street bltumln-
Izefl. This is a bargain.
$2200— Cottage, 6 rooms, bath; Clipper, near
Sanchez; 24:6x114.
$2500— Modern cottage, 5 rooms, bath; Twenty-
third, near Harrison; 25x80; part cash.
$4250— Three flats, 4 and 5 rooms and bath
each: Colllngwood, near Nineteenth st. ; 27:« x
310' easy terms; best thing In the district.
$1000— Cheap lot on Second aye., near Point
Lobos: 25x120.
W. H. CRIM & CO., 118 Montgomery st.
Of the few remaining lots between Douglass,
Hoffman. Twenty-second and Elizabeth sts.
The last lots of this magnificent residential
section are now being sold at special prices.
Such values and terms never obtainable
Call or write for book telling all about this
OSCAR HETMAN, 14 Post st.
DO YOU : $15 OR $12 60 MONTHLY.
WANT : Two new modern cottages, each
A : 4 rooms and hath, and having all
HOME? : modern conveniences and only 2
: blocks from electric cars. OSCAR
: HEYMAN, 14 Post st.
Northwest corner of Vallejo and Fillmore sts.
Each house has natural wood finish through-
out, every late Improvement, modern open
plumbing, electric lighting, . furnace, etc.; ma-
rine view that cannot be surpassed or Inter-
rupted; Janitor on premises; open dally; call
and see them.
HOOKER & LENT, 14 Post St.
BUSINESS corner on Point Lobos aye. at a
forced sale; 32:6x100; only $1500: all of the
surrounding blocks graded and the lots now
being built upon; a fine chance to build up
a business; the only corner for sale In the
tract! easy terms; excellent location for store
and flats, and will pay well: a rare chanoe.
W. J. GUNN, 410 Montgomery st.
$7250— Fine fiats, near Page St.; contain all
conveniences; large, lot. 2SxlOO; good business
property; would pay handsomely If building
was raised and store built under It; mortgage |
of $4000 can remain. ,
$8250— Fine business corner on Seventeenth :
st.; new corner building, containing store and j
flat of 5 rooms above; also new building con- i
taining 2 flats of 4 rooms and bath each; rents |
$74, all rented; this property is a fine invest-
Business corner on O'Farrell St., close
to town; improvements consist of two-story
building: contains store and flat of 6 rooms
and bath; also two-story house on the cross I
street; rents $90.
$5500— May be less; 2 bay-window flats; near
California Bt.
New house of 9 rooms and bath; lot 25x125;
only Jl7OO.
Diamond. St., near Eighteenth: 7 rooms and
bath; lot 25:6x125; (2800; warm rielt
$4900— Golden Gate aye., near Baker St.;
splendid building; cost over $5000; everything
up to date; a great bargain; rents $45.
$72VJ0— Corner on Clay st., near Mason; three-
story building, store and 20 rooms above; lot
28x70; under lease; a great bargain.
$1700— Hartford St., near Eighteenth; cottage
of 4 rooms, bath, etc.; brick foundation; lot
$7500 — Very cheap; Jackson st., near Buchan-
an; extra large lot. 50x127, with "L" 25x27,
with cottage of 10 rooms; also stable.
$2130— Fourth aye.. near Lake st. ; one-story
cottage of 6 rooms, bath and basement; lot
$8760 Rents $85; thr«-e new flats fronting the
Park Panhandle; lot 25x137:6; all rented; a fine
$2000— Harrison *st., near Twenty-fourth; cot-
tage of 4 rooms; lot 25x112:6.
$4660— Golden Gate aye., near Lyon St.; two
flats of 6 and 7 rooms and bath each; rents i
$40; lot 25x100.
$47EO— Jackson St., near Mason; 3 flats; also
a two-story house of 10 rooms; lot has 46 feet
frontage; rents $52.
$10,000 — A good location for a physician's of-
fice and residence; Post St., between Larkln
and Polk; two-story residence of 10 rooms and :
bath; lot 25x120. to rear street.
$2100— Nineteenth St., near Texas; new cot- ]
tage of 4 rooms and bath; price Includes fur-
niture, etc.; lot 25x100.
$12,500— Splendid business corner on two prom-
inent retail business streets In the Mission;
fine substantial Improvements; always rented,
$90: will certainly increase In value.
$4000— An offer wanted; rents $10; two-story
and basement brick building, containing three
flats; on South Park, near Third st.
10 Montgomery st.
Facing Golden Gate Park on H St., between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth lives., has Just j
been placed on sale in subdivisions. Already
a number of lots have been sold. Have you I
seen this block? Fifty of the best lots, every
one on grade with streets, which are officially '
graded and macadamized. Plank sidewalks
and water mains laid all ready for building.
Prices ranging from $500 upward. Your own
terms. Interest on deferred payments only 6 j
per cent. As these lots face the park and the !
new Nineteenth avenue boulevard, they will i
surely Increase in valuo. Near the new music !
stand and all principal park attractions. Elec- I
trie cars paps the property. Take Bills or
Halght street cars. If you are wise you will
see them at once and secure your choice.
Branch office, corner of II st. and Ninth aye.
Open daily, Sundays Included.
10 Montgomery st.
$5000— PRICE reduced; elegant cottage on Brod-
erlck St.. near Hush; fine home.
$4000 — Rents $50; new flats on Federal St.. nr.
Second and Bryant; offer wanted; bargain.
$2500 — Very anxious to sell; Point Lobos, near j
Cook: large lot. with building; give us a bid.
Four-room cottage on 20th et., near '
Church: all In good order.
$1000 — A ■--•■at snap: 4-room cottage on Vir-
ginia aye., close to Miseton-St. car house.
IS'X I—Fine1 — Fine lots on Potrero aye., near Twen-
tieth st..: easy terms.
$l r .O — Boulevard lots; low prices: easy terms.
$5 cash; $5 per month; lots south of the Park.
McEWEN BROS., Montgomery st.
NOTICE— We are selling lot on very easy terms i
in the block bet. 19th and 20th ayes.. N and
O sis : on October 1 the price will be ad-
vanced $25 on each lot unsold.
McEWEN BROS., US Montgomery st.
80x46:S — NE. corner Post and Stocxton sts.: SO
on Post by 46 :S on Stockton; properly Improved '
will rent for $1500 per month.
33x137:6— Hayes ft., near Fillmore; 3 flats; '
rent $90: $13,500.
61:6x117:6 — Taylor st., near Pine; 16-room
house; rent $50; $10,000.
38:9x137:9— Union St., near Dupont: 2-story
brick building; rents $66 50; $S5OO.
20x68:9 to rear st. — Union St., near Dupont;
3 front and 3 rear flats; rents $64 60; $3000.
2"xSO -Fourth ■ st., near Harrison; store and
flat: $1?00; sale urgent.- -"A
46x30— Greenwich, near Taylor; three 2-story
bouses; rents $.54; $6250.
112:6x37:6x87:6 — Cor. Kearny and Greenwich;
10 2-story houses; rents $S0; $6000.
25x100— Pacific aye., near Polk; 2 flats and
rear house; rents $45; $5000.
22x68:?— Pacific, near Mason; house of eight
rooms and bath; $4500.
24:3x69:9— Green st., near Powell; new mod-
ern bay-window flats; rents $3S; $4500.
25x122:6-Shotwell St., near 24th; 2 flats; $3SOO.
31x122:6 — Howard, nr. 19th: cottage; rents $16.
22:6x120— T0 rear street; Union, near Jones; 2
flats; rents $24; $2500.
25x100— Lyon, near Geary: cottage; $2250.
22:11x65:9— 230 Francisco St.. near Stockton; 3-
story house and large basement; $2000.
Auburn, near Pacific; 3-story house;
rents $24; $1700.
25x64— Post, near Central aye.; cottage; $1500.
Florida st., north of ISth; adjoining
Union Brewery; offer wanted.
— Scott St., near Washington: $3750.
bOx7l:lO— SE. cor. Polk and Lombard sts.
26x105— Cor. 22d and Noe sts.; $2200.
37:4 I 4 xl37:<>— Greenwich, near Polk; $2000.
25x100— Valencia, bet. 13th and 14th; 4 lots.
260x125— NW. cor. Fountain and 25th.
25x137:6—8. Frederick, west of Cole.
New lots, superb locations, lowest prices.
$3«0 to $800— Sunset Heights lots from Sev-
enth to Nineteenth ayes., ready to build
on; $25 down, $10 monthly.
Branch Office. Ninth aye., near H st. Every
day and Sunday.
$400 to $700— Richmond lots, $10 monthly.
$76 to Ocean Boulevard lota, $5 monthly.
$100 to $260— Mission st. and Octan View lots.
$5 monthly.
FOR SALE— House of 3 rooms and bath. In-
quire 4410 Twenty-third st., Heyman Tract.
$3100— RENTS $30. 2 Broadway; bay-window 6
and 4 room flats. Inquire 1128 Vallejo st.
$20 000— BUSINESS property; good Income; In-
come $140 per month. Owner, box 2426, Call.
$7850— CHOICEST corner of all; marine and
park view, front and rear; cannot be obstruct-
ed- 10 large Bunny rooms: most expensively
decorated; inlaid floor, mahogany, cherry and
oak mantels; plate-glass windowe; very costly
6-llght gas fixtures; French range, heaters,
conservatory, etc. Apply corner Fulton and
Shrader sts., from 12 to 4 p. m. McAllister
or Hayes st. cars; terms to suit.
$5300— COULD not be duplicated for lens than
$6000- new up-to-date park residence; only 1
left out of 5; 9 sunny rooms; 4 extra fine man-
tels cak doors and staircase; incandescent
electric lighting; marble pteps; large lot. etc.
171 Carl st . near Ftanyan; Ellls-st. cars
within 1 block; Ferries, Park and Ocean care
paFs the door; owner on premises.
C C BEMIS, Real Estate and General Land
Agent. 324 Montgomery st.
Make offer— Northeast corner Twenty-seventh
and Douglass sts.; must be sold; 80x114 feet.
$2800— North line Carl St.. neaT Stanyan; 60x
Residence and lot-North line Pacific aye..
near Webster St.; lot 30x127:8^4 feet.
$S26— LARGE lot. 44:6x103:6. nr. Sunnyslde; 1
block from two car lines; positive bargain:
no humbug. Owner. 21 Powell, rooms 1 and 2.
NEW HOMEB '*9* "and 10 room houses, finished
Five (79 and 10 room housas. finished
with all ' modern conveniences, fronting on
Waller Pierce and Pilmros* sts.. from $3100
to $4600; terms to suit purchaser. F. NEL-
BON. Builder.
$32 WEBSTER, 821. corner McAllister— sunny
corner rooms and 1 baths; a bargain. BHAIN-
WALD, BUCKBEE & CO.. 220 Montgomery st.
CHEAPEST and best In America— Weekly
Call 16 pages, sent to any address In ■ th«
United States, postpaid, for $1 per year.
$34 000— INVESTMENT; business property In
the county of Santa Crux bringing In an In-
. come of $4000 per annum and leased to a good
tenant- property cost $90,000 and Is well Im-
proved: Insured for $20,000; old age of owner
Is only reason for selling; Income can be In-
creased and property 1c well worth $60,000. For
' further particulars Inquire of J. R. CHACE,
54 N. First St., Ban Jose. Cal.
MENU) PARK— 2* acres up; $110 to $160 per
acre; large oaks; water; rich soil; % cash;
bank sale. W. G. GRIFFITH, room 811.
Hearst building. - -
$20.000— VINEYARD: close to Napa City; 90
acres with winery and all Improvements; this
would make one of the best resorts In Cali-
fornia. Mclaughlin & co., 777*4 Market.
$3500— NEW 7-roomed house, near business cen-
ter, Oakland; new carpets, etc., one-half in
outside property, balance long time.
$40,000—12 flats, north of Market St., city: will
take half in country lands, balance 6V 2 per
sent; fine income; all rented.
$25,000— Elegant San Jose residence; large
grounds; exchange for city property and pay
twenty to fifty thousand cash difference.
$4000—50 acres Santa Cruz Mountains, one-half
bearing orchard, cottage and out buildings;
exchange for dwelling in any of the bay towns.
$1600— Choice San Jose building lot; exchange
for building lot in Berkeley.
Room 311. Hearst Building.
SWAMP LANDS— » . . .
4612 acres In Solano County, bounded by
Cache Slough on west and south. Prospect
Slough on east; price $2 50 per acre.
10S Montgomery st., San Francisco. Cal.
FIXE level land, cleared, at Antelope, Sacra-
mento Co.; will lease for 6 years with privi-
lege of buying, or will lease on easy terms.
McEWEN BROS., 118 Montgomery st.
HUMBOLDT Dairy farms for sale: red-
wood, grazing lands. Q. H. Burchard, Arcata.
MARIN Co.. 2G miles from S. F.— *40 to *80 per
acre; choice lands In tracts of all sizes; im-
proved farms, chicken ranches, hay. grain
fruit and vegetable lands: easy terms; rail
and water transit: good schools. HOMt AM)
FARM CO.. rm. 27. Bth floor. Mills bUg., S. F.
CHEAPEST and best In America— The Weekly
Call, 16 rapes, sent to any address in the
United State", postpaid, for $1 per year.
WANT small ranch on shares. Call or address
F. G. R.. 200 Hannah St.. Oakland.
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CLAY, 1610 Rooms for light housekeeping for
man and wife; private house; no otner room- |
EDDY, 610— and elegantly furnished four.
rooms, parlor floor; also twi. connecting
rooms, sunny side, for housekeeping.
EIGHTH. W«; near Market— Sunny furnished
bedroom and kitchen; reasonable.
ELLIS S2S— Parlor suite; 3 sunny unfurnished
rooms: hot and cold water; housekeeping.
FIFTH, 353— Furnished housekeeping and store
with fixtures, $17; also single room. $5.
FILLMORE, 2208, near Clay— sls; 6 clean sunny
rooms; bath; nice yard and water.
FOLSOM 525— Large sunny furnished room;
light housekeeping; $1 50 weekly.
FULTON, SOS— Furnished 2 or 3 sunny house-
keeping rooms; exclusive kitchen; large yard.
HARRISON, 618— Two sunny unfurnished rooms
for housekeeping; running water and use of
cook Etove; rent $9; private yard.
HOWARD, 923y.— Very large sunny room; two
gentlemen, or convenient for light housekeep- ,
ing; private.
IVAXHOE 1002 Polk, cor. Geary— Light, clean,
tunny; fur. hkpg. suites (3 to jr.). $15 up: ret.
LAGUNA, $24, corner McAllister— James
Apartments. __
LARKIN, 326—2 or 3 sunny housekeeping apart-
ments; furnished complete; gas range; bath.
LEAVEXWORTH, 1503, nr. Jackson— 3 sunny
furnished rooms: bath; housekeeping; $10.
MASON, 1111— Furnished housekeeping rooms.
MINNA, 514— Two furnished rooms; complete
for housekeeping.
MISSION 2035, near Sixteenth— front
room; '$1 75 a week; also other rooms.
NINETEENTH, 5334— Three furnished rooms,
bet. Mission and Howard; $12.
O'FARRELL 12$. corner Powell— Nice front
room. $5. Apply at 15 Grant aye.
O'FARRELL, 750. bet. Hyde and Larkln—
neatly and comfortably furnished rooms,
kitchen connecting: laundry; large sunny
yard; private, quiet; handy to business cen-
ter; also single rooms; rates very reasonable,
PINE, 1427 One or two unfurnished rooms and
POLK, 522— Unfurnished housekeeping rooms;
•lv reasonable.
KIN' "ON place, 28, oft Harrison, bet. First and
Second— View of bay; sunny room and kitchen
for lady or man and wife; no children.
SEVENTEENTH. 373*— Furnished or unfur-
nished rooms; very reasonable.
SHIPLEY, 259—4 rooms, $6; Natoma, 60, 2
rooms, $5, for hkpg.; no dogs, no children.
SIXTH, 405— Suite of housekeeping rooms, with
gas and bath; $12 per month. ._
SUTTEH, 1111. nr. Larkln— Comfortably furn.
single suites; also hskpg.; terms reasonable.
THIRD 316- Housekeeping rooms; suite and
single; $1 50 to $2 50.
THIRD, 303— Housekeeping rooms; also single
rooms, $1 up. .
TURK, 529 — Sunny bedroom and kitchen; both,
$3 per week; one room, $1 75.
TWENTY-FIRST. 3278, near Valencia— s sunny
furnished housekeeping rooms; renovated;
bath; laundry.
VAN NESS aye., 1021. corner Geary Suite,
two or three nice rooms, gas stove, bath.
WEBSTER. 616—2 or 3 unfurnished sunny cor-
ner front rooms; bay-window; suitable for
light housekeeping: no children. ;•
WEBSTER. 711— Large parlors and kitchen;
unfurnished; modern Improvements ; rent $15.
! A BRANCH office' for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
lencia st
ROOMS TO LET Furn. and Infiirn.
ABBOTSFORD (The). cor.Broadway and Polk—
Quiet and homelike; rooms bright and sunny,
single, suite; charges moderate; cars direct.
AT Hotel Francisco, Turk and Taylor «ts.—
Homelike house; modern service; elevator;
bath; rooms, 50c to $150 day. MRS. J. KING.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
lencia st. .
A— BRUNSWICK HOUSE. 148 Sixth - Rooms,
25c to $1 per night; $1 25 to $5 per week, and
light housekeeping; open all night. >
A NICELY furnished front sunny bay-window
room with bath for gentleman; central. Box
2250. Call office.
AT New Grand 246 3d— lst-class sunny rms..
15c to $1 day; 90c to $4 wk; also housekeeping.
PUTTER. 717. 831— Runny; reasonable; ap-
preciated If seen: please Investigate.
BALDWIN Annex Lodgings (930 Market at.)—
Central location; entirely new management;
office suites and single rooms at mod. prices.
BURNETT, 1426 Market (old No. 1564) -Fur-
nished rms.. suites, single; also unfurnished.
CARROLTON. 1206 Market, cor. Golden Gats
a.ye. — Sunny corner; well furn. rms. & offices.
! EDDY. 305— Finely furnished front parlor; also
housekeeping rooms; terms reasonable.
EDDY. 313— Suite find single; nicely furnished;
all modern conveniences.
EDDY. 123 (United States Hotel)— Clean, neat
rooms, from $1 50 a week up. .
EDDY, Furnished rooms, single and en
suite; also for housekeeping: bath; gas.
ELLIS, 114— Fine furnished rooms; permanent
and transient; private; all convenience!!.
ELLIS. 618— Large room for 2 gentlemen; all
conveniences; newly furnished: $18.
EXCELSIOR House. 29 Turk, cor. Taylor— New
mangt.: sunny front wind, rmt.; trans'nt.
! FULTON, 218. cor. Van Ness— Neatly furnished
flat; 3 rooms; gas range, bath; also others.
; GEARY. 14A— Nicely furnished suite of rooms;
also single rooms from $1 up.
GEARY. 405 (The Navarre)— Comfortable furn.
rooms; travelers accommodated. MRS. HYER.
GEARY, 658— Elegant sunny parlors, piano,
phone; other rooms; light housekeeping.
GRAND SOUTHERN. SE. cor. Seventh and
Mission st*. — Sunny rooms, en suite or single;
ladles' parlors: rending room: elevator.
GROVE. -Two nice front sunny rooms, en
suite or single; modern conveniences, gas and
bath: rent reasonable.
GROVE. 208, near Van Ness aye.— A nice fur-
nish' front room, with sun most of the day.
HANCOCK House, 7*l Mission— Select family
rooming house; fl 50 to $6 per week.
HARRISON, 784 I*,1 *, near ' Fourth— Finely fur-
nished sunny mis.: bath; homelike; $1 wk. up.
HAWTHORNE, 172. bet. Second and Third,
near Harrison— Pleasant sunny rooms; board
optional; reasonable. '
HOWARD, 71.".— tunny rooms; nicely fur-
nished; every convenience: electric lights.
HOWARD S!?— Furnished rooms from $1 per
week un: also housekeeping and transient.
HOWARD. 1144— Nice sunny suites; running
water: reasonable; permanent patrons desired.
HOWARD. 1151 A— Bay-window room; 1 or 2
gentlemen: with bath; board optional.
JESSIE, 478, near Sixth— Nice furnished double
and single rooms.
JEWISH lady taking house, nice locality, near
Market St., would let few furnished rooms.
Address Miipah, box 2119. Call office.
LANGTON, 45— Sunny furnished room, $6 a
month. ■, ■ • .
LARKIN Newly and handsomely fur-
nished sunny parlor suite; also desirable sln-
gle rooms. : ' . ' '« '
LARKIN, 804— Sunny front room, neatly fur-
nished, $8. .
ROOMS TO LET — Fnrn. and Unforn.
LEAVENWORTH, 1237, ntar Unfur-
nished sunny parlor suite: bay window; mid-
dle flat; fine modern building; excellent loca-
tion; rent reasonable. ■
LEXINGTON, 134. ■' nr. Eighteenth— Three
rooms, $9; also 114 Eleventh, one furnished
MARKET. 1037%— Epworth; clean and re-
spectable; prices low. I
MASON. 406— Nice single furnished room for
MINNA, 5718— sunny front room; IS per
MINNA. 667. cor.Eighth— Newly furnished bay-
window room, $1 per week; transient.
NATOMA. 207, near Third— Sunny front room
for gentleman.
NATOMA, 245 Furnished room's, $1. $1 25 and
$1 50; housekeeping rooms, $2 50 per week.
"NEWPORT." 21 Franklin, nr. Market— Large
bay-win, rms. and single. $5 up: also hskpg.
O'FARRELL. Changed hands; newly fur-
nished rooms; all conveniences; single or en
suite; transients solicited; 56c up; phone 1299.
O'FARRELL. 20— Sunny furnished rooms and
offices: elevator; electric lights: day, wk.. mo.
O'FARRELL, ?27— Single room, neatly fur-
nished; $4 per month.
PERRY. 131—5 rooms to let; rent $12. Call 165
San Carlos nve., bet. Eighteenth and Nine-
teenth sts., Mission.
PINE, 95SA, bet. Mason and Taylor— Sunny
room with privilege of getting own break-
fast, $5.
POWELL. 817 (formerly Cosmos Club)— El-
egantly furnished eunny rooms: reasonable.
POWELL. 609. above Butter— Newly furnished
. rooms, with or without board; home cooking
ROYAL House. 126 Ellis St.— lncandescent
light, reading room, emoking room and
ladies' parlor; rooms, per night. 35c to $1 50;
week, $2 to $S: month, $8 to $30; elevator on
office floor: rooms with hot, cold wat. ; baths.
SEVENTH, 262— Nicely furnished rooms: sun-
ny all day; nice lawn; modern conveniences.
SHERMAN Apartment House, 28 Eighth St.,
near Market — 'urnlshed and unfurnished.
SIXTH, 33, nr. Market, Hillsdale House— Ele-
gant furnished rooms; elevator; transient.
SUNNY elegantly furnished front parlor; cen-
tral location: gents preferred: privileges;
1 rent $20. Address box 2116, Call office.
TEHAMA. 217%— Nicely furnished sunny front
room In private family; reasonable.
THE Piedmont (119 A Sixth Sunny bay-
window rooms, double or single; rent low.
THE Heath, 312 Eddy St.— First-class rooms
and board: hot and cold water; telephone;
modern; all conveniences.
THIRD, 129— Sunny furnished rooms from $1
per week up.
TURK, 126— Sunny furnished front room for
man and wife; other rooms for gentlemen.
TURK, 543— Clean quiet single mom for gent;
bath; private family; $1 per week.
VALE N'CTA. 117— Two nicely furnished rooms.
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United States or Canada one year for $1,
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SUNNY bedroom, kitchen, yard, exchange for
assistance or sewing; give particulars; one
adult. MRS. A., 1450 Valencia st.
$2 MONTHLY, rented: repaired, bought, sold;
machine supplies. 145 Sixth: phone Mint 45.
ALL kinds bought, sold, exchanged, rented; re-
pairlng at lowest rates. 2f)5 Fourth st.
We guarantee to restore faded hair to Its
original color In 3 months, cure dandruff or
falling hair in 2 weeks and guarantee to grow
hair on bald heads In 3 months or no pay
when treated at our office. Send stamp for
book. The Hirsutine Co., rooms 34 to 41. St.
Ann's building. 6 Eddy St., S. F., Cal.
LADlES!— Chichester's English Pennyroyal
Pills are the best: safe, reliable; take no
other: fend 4c stamp? for particulars. "Relief
for Ladies," in letter by return mail; at drug-
gists. Chlcheater Chemical Co.. Philadel., Pa.
BAD tenants eject;- for $4; collections made:
city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION
CO.. 415 Montgomery <=t.. rooms 9-10: tel BRiO
WANTED for studio, well-lighted room about
30x40; also smaller room; central location. Box
2030. Call. .
! CALA. Storage rehouse, F. SMITH, prop.,
722 Mission; goods guaranteed: tel. Clay .5.
• PIEHCE-RODOLPH Storage and Moving Co.
Office. 401 Post, cor. Powell; tel. Main 5713.
FOR RENT — Fine place for a chicken ranch;
over 7 acres; fine house, barn, chicken houses,
pigeon yard, large brooder house, Incubators,
garden, fine water, etc.; only 40 miles from
the city; close to nice town; rent cheap to
good tenant. Apply to THOMAS BROWN,
Sonoma, Cal.
FOUR elegant new up-to-date 2-story houses
of 7, 8 and 9 rooms and bath each; first-class
neighborhood: near school and stations; street
work all complete; from $3000 to $4000; only
$SCO cash and $25 and $30 per month: great bar-
gains; cheap lots for cash and. houses to let
In all parts of Alameda. 1
$2200— Lot 50x150: $200 cash and] s2o per month;
fine, nearly new cottage: In a good neighbor-
hood: near High School and station.
$2500— Lot 35x115, with elegant residence of 8
rooms; in fine condition; macadamized street;
near station and school; great bargain; worth
$3500; any terms: same as rent.
12600 L0t 40x207:6; fine, new, modern 6-room
cottage; near High School and station; $500
cash and $25 per month.
$1000— Lot 25x125; cottage of 5 rooms: street
work complete; near station; easy terms.
$1600— Let 38:4x108; with a fine modern cottage
of 5 rooms and bath; nice garden; street work
all done; near station and school; $100 cash,
balance $20 per month.
$2850— 5500 cash, balance $25 per month; lot
40x150, with new up-to-date cottage of 7 rooms
and bath between broad and narrow gauge on
Morton st.
$3250— 5500 cash, $25 per month; less than
rent; lot 40x150; elegant new 2-story, 8 rooms
and bath; on Morton st., near Morton-* sta-
tion; best bargain In Alameda: elegant re.l-
dences on Santa Clara aye. and Central aye.
at a bargain.
Houses to let in all parts of Alameda.
H. P. MORE A L & CO.,
1432 Park St., Alameda.
$900— LOT 40x108; northwest corner; 1 block
from Willow-st station.
$1100 — Lot 60x150; San Antonio aye., near
Chestnut st.
$1200 — 25x125; 6-room cottage; fine location;
$lS00— 40x108; 8-room house; Grand-st. station.
$3500—50x160; elegant new 8-room house; Clin-
ton aye., near Chestnut-st. station.
$3500—50x150; elegant 8-room new house; Ala-
meda aye., bet. Lafayette and Union f_s.
All the above are close to schools and cen-
trally located and can be purchased on easy
terms; same as paying rent; Investigate.
18 POST ST.. S. F.
Office open Sundays and holidays.
FOR sale — Bargain; in Alameda, near Ba] Si
station: house of two flats and all 'nodorn
Improvements. For further particulars in-
quire at 231 Stevenson st., San Francisco.
$300— Lot 25x140: $.'ifi down; $10 per month: street
work done. $250— Lot 25x108: $40; MO per month,
or will build to suit. Call at 1243 Park st.
ABOUT finished, modern 8-room house. choic-
est location; also modern cottage. 6 rooms:
lots 60x150: easy terms. Apply 1518 Mozart
Ft.. Miistlck station, Alameaa,
SNAP — New House. 8 rooms an'! bath; lot 50x
150; good location; 5 minute*' walk from sta-
tion. Apply to W. F. 3CHULTK. 1012 Chapin.
CHEAPEST and be*t In America— The Weekly
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United Ptates. postpaid, for $1 per year.
FURNISHED room*, double or single; hot and
cold water shower baths; steam heat, tele-
phone near (station; breakfast if desired;
every home comfort. 2101 Central aye.
HOME for ladles In delicate health; larre
irr-.unds: private. MRS PR, FI'NKE. Hl»i Sth.
$1300 WILL .buy this cozy four-room modern
cottage, bath, good well., lot 40x122 Im-
provements alone worth the money; one
.'block to railroad station and electric cars:
close to stores, postofflce, schools and church:
street newly macadamized; high ground and
nice view; pleasant surroundings. Easy
I terms will be made. H. D. IRWIN, Lorin
Station. Open Sunday*.
C. C. BEMIS, Real Estate and General Land
' Agent, 324 Montgomery st.
In Berkeley— Corner lot 87x160, with modern
bouse of, 9 rooms.'
Right in the heart of beautiful Berkeley,
Just fit to cut up, near the university and
railroad; fine view. Apply to JOSEPH J.
MASON, Pcstofllce block. Berkeley, or to
J. J. MORRIS, 630 Market St.. San Francisco.
Jl7CO— HOUSE of 5 rooms and bath; lot 50x1*5:
on the sunny side of street; only 4 block 1 ?
from University grounds and 2 blocks from
railroad. JOS J. MASON,
Real Estate, adjoining P. P., Berkeley.
ONLY $3."00— 2-story house of 7 rooms; lot lS6x
125; near electric railroad; Just the place to
raise chickens. JOS J. MASON,
Real Estate, adjoining P. P.. Berkeley.
BERRYMAN station— Nos. 1423 and 1425 Sprue*
St.; 2-stnry. 7 rooms, modern and new; rental
terms; agent on premifise • lay from 2to 4
* 2. 222 Sansome st.
NOW is the time to invest in Berkeley.
$3Cso— New modern house; 8 large rooms;
street work done; close to IT. C
— Same size house; large lot; fine view.
— Pretty story and a half house; near
: depot; street work done; fine view.
?450 buys a lot 40x135; $1'" down and $10
a month. Why not own a piece of mother
earth? O. G. MAY CO. ,
2123 Center st., Berkeley. ,
3 LOTS on high ground: short walk of univer-
sity; must be sold; als^ 3 modern houses build-
ing: 2 minutes of main entrance to U. <'. M.
L. WURXS. 17th st. and Broadway. Oakland.
NEW; 6 rooms, bath and pantry; hot and cold
water; folding doors; bay-window: brick
foundation; stationary tubs: city water; also
fine well of good water: high basement; 1
block from station; school, churches, stores
and electric cars; price $1S5O; terms $150 cash,
balance $20 per month: take Berkeley train,
get off at Lorin station, ask for RUDOLPH
$25 DOWN and $10 per month for a 6-room
house near station; large lot; this is a snap.
$3600— House of 8 rooms on Frultvale aye.; lot
80x150; large cherry trees and Borne other bear-
I ing fruit; house just same as new; in best
; part of Frultvale.
$4500 — 5-roorn house and barn, windmill and
. tank: chicken house; 4 acres of fine land; 1
' acre In fruit, half acre in alfalfa; this is one
of the best places in the country; everything
Is new and in first-class order; half-mile from
electric cars.
For sale by J. W. ELROD,
The Home Building Office,
Frultvale Station.
Or Perry Wall, 630 Market St., B. F.
I HOUSE of 4 rooms, small barn, 2 chicken
houses, 1 brooder house, l Incubator, good
; well and Force pump; lot 75x150; all fenced
and cross-fenced.
$1000— $110 cash, balance $12 per month, will
i buy a new cottage of 5 rooms and bath, attic,
: fruit trees in bearing; lot 57x130; located In the
. best part of Fruitvale, only two blocks from
/ Frultvale avenue.
I $l.'oo— Cottage of 5 rooms and bath, mantel,
! high basement; lot 35x370; a foreclosure bar-
! gain: $200 cash, balance same as rent.
$1600- Bay-window cottage of 5 rooms and
bath; 8-foot basement, all floored; chicken
bouse, stable, fine well; lot 50x200, fronting two
streets, only 3 blocks from Frultvale Station.
$1800— Three acres of sandy loam, with house
i of 3 rooms, barn, chicken houses, hog pens,
t good well and pump; fine place for raising
chickens. H. A. PLEITN'ER.
Frultvale Station, Cal.
WE have not the whole world for sale, but
we have a few choice and desirable bar-
gains, especially capital seeking paying in-
' vestments. What we advertise we can sub-
| stantiate.
C. B. LOWRY, Frultvale Realty Co.,
White Front, Frultvale .Station.
I A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
I 16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
Oakland real estate.
! e~eT~bunce,
&c 8 broadway, oakland,
J2COO— 20 ecres near Oakland.
Plenty of running water; 6-room
house; cheapest piece of land
In this State.
i $2000—20 acres near Oakland.
30 page catalogue of ranches
I and city homes; most reliable
land office in the State; before
you buy or loan your money on Califor-
nia real estate get my opinion of
Its value. ,E. E. BUNCE, 908 Broadway,
$ir,o CASH, $7 50 monthly till paid, will build a
3-room rustic cottage on lot 69.72x174.75: trees,
shrubbery, living springs of fine water; a
lovely spot for a home; 9 minutes' walk to
S. P. R. R. ; two blocks from electric cars;
no foe? nor cold winds and near two fine
schoolhouses; soil and climate the very best
In Fruitvale; adjoining Greater Oakland;
price all told, $750; Gallndo Tract, Salisbury
st. and Bray aye. Call or send for circular.
455 Seventh st., near Broadway, Oakland; car-
riage free. 11. 7- JONES, owner.
i $10 CASH, $5 monthly till paid, for a fine
chicken run, 50x256 feet: price all told, $190;
Al soil, grand view, superb climate, plenty
of good water; 3 buildings now going up;
electric cars and grand boulevard near by:
not far from a fine school house; Westall
Tract, Frultvale, adjoining East Oakland.
Call or send for circular, 455 Seventh St., near
i corner Broadway. Oakland; H. Z. Jones,
! owner; carriage free.
$3300— A FURNISHED new Gothic Queen Anne
style house. 6 rooms and basement room and
attic; everything the latest style and finish;
seeing is believing; call early; owner Is retir-
ing from housekeeping; property cheaD at
i $4500. .T. S. MYERS. 1002 Broadway, Oakland.
CHEAPEST and best In America— The Weekly
Call 16 paired, sent to any address In th»
United States or Canada one year for $1,
postngf paid.
AN Introduction to you from H. Schellhaas. the
furniture dealer. 11th and Franklin. Oakland.
DIVIDEND Notice— Dividend No. 1 (25c per
share) of the Kilauea Sugar Plantation Com-
pany will be payable at the office of the
company, 327 Market street, on or after Fri-
day, September 15th, 1599. Transfer books
will close on Friday, September Bth, 1899, at
3 o'clock p. m.
E. H. SHELDON, Secretary.
DIVIDEND NOTlCE— Dividend No. 7 (85 cents
per share) of the PAAUHAU SUGAR PLAN-
TATION COMPANY will be payable at the
office of the company, 327 Market St.. on and
after Monday. September 11. 1599. Transfer
books will close on Tuesday. September 5.
1599, at 3 o'clock p. m.
E. H. SHELDON. Secretary
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by
mail will noj; be inserted They must be handed
in at either of the publication offices and be
Indorsed with the name and residence of per-
sons authorized to have the same published.
AXT— In this city. August 80, 1899. to th» wife
nf Herman J. Axt, a daughter.
! BROOKS— I" l h lß ■ !iv. AUgUSt 29, 189?, to the
j wife of J. J. Brooks, a son.
CONLAN— In this city, September 1, 1899, to
the wife p{ Patrick Conlan, a daugh:«r.
i DUNNE In this city, August 27, 1899. to the
wife of S. E. Dunne, a son.
' -HEILMANN— In this city, August 23, ISM. to
wife of John E. Heilmann, a son.
HERBERT— this city, September 7, 1893, to
the wife of William W. C. Herbert, a son
and ■ daughter.
KERRISON— In this city. September 1. 1899, to
the wife of R. F. Kerrison. a daughter.
MORAN— In Ocean View, September 7. 1599, to
the wife of Thomas F. Moran, a daughter.
MURPHY— In this city. August 31, 1899, to the
wife of John J. Murphy, a son.
i MURPHY— In this city. September 2, 1599, to
the wife of J. L. Murphy, a daughter.
OSTER— In this city, August 10. 1899, to the
wife of F. J. Oster, a son.
PAHFLTT— In this city. September 9, 1899, to
the wife of Walter Parlett, a daughter.
• READE— In this city, August 31. 1599. to the
wife of James E. Reade, a daughter.
ROSA— In this city, to the wife of .1. F. Rosa,
a dauehter.
SICOTTE— In Oakland. September 9. 1599, to
the wife of Aim.- A. Sicotte. a daughter.
SOLINSKY— In this city, September 7, 1399, to
the wife of Louis B. Sollnsky. a son.
FURRER— KAMMANN— In this city, Septem-
ber 6 is.;, by the Roy. J. Fuendeling, Ferdi-
nand' Furrer and Marie Kammann.
HACKS— HILSZ— In this city. September 7,
1899, by the Rev. J. Fuendeling, Oscar Hacks
ard Anna F. Hllsz.
MAUVAIS- HAMPTON— September 2. 1899, by
the Rev. Robert Mackenzie, D.D., Roy Mau-
vais.and Ida Louise Hampton, both of Oak-
land, Cal.
cember 31, 1599. by Justice of the Peace John
' T. Wallace, Julius Rosenwasser and Carrie
Cantor W. Bllder, both of San Francisco.
SHARROCKS— AMES— August 17. 1839. by __•

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