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— CITY REAL ESTA TE
,«•*_-» $50,000.
-th .IS7JJ? 80Utb Ilue oI Stevenson et. between
•in ana oth.
PAUL BANCROFT.
725 Market Bt.
_\u0084 'f° A N, s FOB nOME BUllJ>cns.
Fiarlity Building and Loan Association,
l.rnpire Building end Loan Association
Mechanics' nulldin S and Loan Association,
ccllfomla Mutual Savlnca Fund L. & B
Association.
Offices— 2o3l Baker st. Phone West 5335.
WILLIAM E. LI'TZ. Secretary.
$«200 — ! $4200
SOMETHING GOOD.
o-room house; hlph basement; brick foundation;
\u2666very convenience; large garden; lot 2.'x113.
ttirongu to rear Mre«?t; thia property is in the
J|!!s«ion warm belt, facing Garfleld square;
JFIuOO mortgage can remain. Apply at 1220
Tr-at aye. or IPO Church st
$a*.o— A GKKAT barccln: lovrl Jot. _ox:> 3; street
work done; uewoj. pas, water; new brick
foundation; plnns and building permit: Wl;!t-
n"y M., near 30th, between Church und San-
<-iici; part CRKh. balance $10 per month. See
owner at nn-r. from 10 to s p. m. WILLIAM
T. \ALENTINE. the tailor. 45T. Fiilmore M.
COTTAGK of 3 lanre nnrt 2 smal! nmrnt; n!!
conveniences; nice parden; two adjoining lois.
with stable, berries and fruit treps. m»y !«•
us*»d by burer: rent f 26.50; $3000. Owner on
promises Wednesday and Thursday. 372«
—————
11.6 TF.R CENT GROSS.
On East St.; will pay nlxive rate (less cost of
Insurance* on equity of $75,000; leased 10 years;
class B building.
PAUL BANCROFT.
725 MARKET ST.
NEW 7-rm. res.. 33:4x120. near Sacramento nn/i
ixinrel sts: $9000 is the price; mtge. MBOO,
«t 6 per cent, csn remain. Grand opportunity
for «my one needing a flrst-class home. Par-
ticulars 2fi52 Bnsh st.
KANAI & YOKOZAWA ItHAL ESTATE CO.
wants owners to hulld houses, stores and bo-
• tels right sway for their tenants; Dupont St..
the old Japanese town. 1907 Bush Bt. City.
FOR tile — A 0-room cottage for $4200: also s
rood paying extract business, to be t.acriflced '
on account of death for $1000. 1220 Treat
aye., g. F.
I AM Just completing a new 7-rm. res., near
Park; $0500; p^y terms: first-class material
used throughout. Particulars 2052 Bush st.
?sf>o down, balance on easy terms, for 2 flats of
6 rooms, bath.; on 27rb st., near Doloret; ln-
<t>me $4% month. Apply at SMI Valencia st.
30 ACRES finest land in Alamerta County for
LESS tban price of a SAND LOT. Rich Val-
ley Lang Co.. Martot nnd Suttor sts.
SPECIAL bargain in 3 flats on Hay.-set.,s et., near
Webster. STANTON. O'BRIEN '& CO.. 128
Hayes 6t.
CHOICE building lot 25x120. 10th sve. and
Clement; forced to soil. Apply at 2fC2 Bush
•street
LAND titles restored: expeditlonsly; reasonable
rate*. K. W. GIBBS. 422 Monadnock bldg.
EDCCATIOXAL
A— THE Lyceum. 2530 Pin* «t. cor. Scott: an
rrrellerjt preparatory school for the uni-erslty.
law and medical colleges. Ilere you can save
time snd money and etlll get a preparation
superior to that glren by other schools.
MATHEMATICS— Private evening class for men;
arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry,
'••lculus: 3 nights per -week". $5 a month.
2000 Sutter st., corner Flllmore.
ENGINEERING — CIvU. rlec.. mm.. mech.. sur-
rey, essay, cyanide; day, ««ve.; est. ISC4. Van
dcr Nalllrn School. Slop Teleg. «ye.. Oakland.
ART penmanship, encrosslng. Espina METRO-
POLITAN iCal.) BI>*SINESS COL.. f>2s Golden
Gate. day. eve.; etenog. ; positions secured.
PROF. T. A. ROBINSON give* individual instr.
in bookkeeping, prnmansklp. Engllnh. math.,
etc.: day or eve.; low rates. 290 I'age st.
SPANISH. English, shorthand; quirk, practical
methods: translation. PROF. ALFONSO. 1131
O'Farrcll st
A — CALDWTXL College or Oratory and Acting;
temporary office. 9U9 Fell Ft. Call 3 to 8 p. m.
VIOUS. mandolin, zither onfl cuitar lessons.
M 2 Hickory »ye.. bet. Fell & Oak, nr. Webster.
GUFTAR. mandolin, piano, slnclng: now classes
fnrmlnp: 8 lpssons. $3. K32 ncigct.c.DeviKadero
HEAIJ)'S Engineering School. 205 Locust aye..
cor Franklin «t. : all branches: day r.nd eve.
Hj~A!.D'S Business Collepe. 14M Franklin St..
S. F.. and Bacon blk.. Oaklund; day and eve.
BAN FIIANCISCO Business College now located
73.'5 Flllmore. near Hares; day and evening.
MAJ>AME INi:Z FABBRI. voice culture for
oprrft and concert. 1172 EHls st.
ALL rourt reporters recommend Gallngher-Marsh
Iliisln«<s Oillege. 4«4 Dovl«adero et.
MEUBIUvMILLEK College, pleasantly located
at 733 Fiilmore st., day anrt evrning.
THK BERLITZ SCHOOL of Lenguages— 2s3l
WasMmrton st.. near rillmore.
KIMKTUASK tancht thoroughly by mail. MISS
M. <; PAHRFTT 2M ?>1 «ye.
FCRMTCRE FOII SALI3
"tori Tnklne Rale.
Everything Must Be Sold!
Big Cut in Prices.
*IS 00 Chiffonier, solid oak. cut to $14 no
J3T. 00 Br-ea-s. rut to 2fl T.n
$26 O0 Dre-wn. cut to IS oo
$4 SO Iron Beds.- cot to 2 7S
*lfi OO Morris Chair*, cnt to 12 00
W*>atb~ped Oak Dining Chairs, from $2 00 nt>
S4 B0 Iron Beds, rut to 2 75
{15 75 Dining Table*, rnt to $9 50
FILLMORE FT^CITCUE HOUSB.
2115 Finmore st ' \u25a0
AT CAVANAOn'B. fi2s McAllister St.. near
Fi-okll" — New Pnwp'n <ratT *t. BOe yd.: oil-
doth, 25c yd.: "llnolemia. Bo<* yd.: kitchen
chairs, 75c; rtOTes. $12.T>0 and up; oak bu-
reaus. $14 end $15; complete. etock. \u0084.';
FURNITURE. — FCRNITCEB.
At new York prices: ~an be txmdit at the onlr
N. Y. Fonrttcre Ho— se on Fiilmore st..' bet
Sacramento »nd Clay.
FISnER 4 BERNSTEIN 00..' new. second-tiund
fßrnlture. stores. ran?«»«: eooda bonrht "old.
\u2666xebaored. 8312-S3IB Mission «t.. near 2!»th.
HIGH-BACK. cen*HMMit chstrs. 75c -»eh. GoMeo
Oate Valley Furniture Company. 1904 Union
rtroet.
JT'FT like finding fnrnlrnre — Removal sale now
on at nome Frir. 00.. 207 Church St.. nr. Mkt
A. KNIGHT, ready for business: hrys. «ell* new
end 2d-hsnfl fnrnlrnre. «23 Valencia, nr. IRth.
WINDOW rhsdes. all colors and s!*e*, 85e up;
Smyrna nigs. $1. TOWEY. 257 Church st
J. n. WILEY, R.".9-«W.I-BC3 14th rt.. near Market
f.nd Church — Ftunlrnre. coo^ and cheap.
FPRNTTURE. bending: nil new: low prices"
Our Tier lltb nnfl Franklin sts.. Osklanfl.
BIG «to"|r n—w «nd ns<Kl fnrntt-nre. McRGA
FTRNITURK CO.. 1350 A Webster rt
HAYF,S. 488. nr. Octsvls— Matting IV. iron bed«
$1.80. oak rmr-ag $a. No. T store $10.
A. W. VANCE. 142« Geary «t: furniture: every-
\u2666litnr fnr \u2666!»\u2666 KotiM». __^_____________
OAKLAND FTjnXITCUB FOR SALI3
RPFriAL tlKy for barrsin* In frrrcit-re. H.
ITTTF.T.T.nAAS 11th «».. «»-.-.-»\u25a0 .»«-» Q'W'^
. BAMBOO FTRyiTTRB
(rNDER the Bsmboo Tree) Tsblee. chairs, bn-
rraus. HAYASni. 2100H Sutter at
BAMROO frmiture factory: also Japanese tatrw.
fi TtirtlAKA. %4VS> ~r»»«r»-> mt. \u25a0
FCjayiTTTRB POLISCTEKS
INTERIOR wood stalnlnr. «ntlque and moflem.
L. A. Mor-llt Co.. 1441 HlMs: phone W»«t 4805.
PRESSMAKiyQ
ACCORDION PLEATINO"
FIDE AND FANCY DRE.SS PLEATING.
Buchlng. buttons made, pinking, aunhnrst skirts
pleated. Cal. Pirating Co.. 1C24 California \u25a0_,
botw-en Tan Nes« eve. and Post st
AOCOKDION. fcnife and funburft pleating, but-
tonholes snd buttons made st Stewaijt's Llnlnf
and Notion Store. 1213 Post St.. near Van N«ss
aye.: formerly of Taylor et
MrDOWELL'B Dressmaking and Millinery School.
1215 Post St., near Van Ness. Branch 1018
Washington st.. Oakland; patterns cut to order.
BUNBCRBT, accordion, knife-plentlng. buttons,
buttonholes, lining, notion*: mail orders nolle
1t«*1. fTTTT.K'y. 14?fl Pout; -hone West <Ug*.
' DRESSMAKIXG Ayp MILLiyEKY
THE HINOY,
Japanese ladles' tailoring and millinery store,
1«1OU Ge-ry *t.. S. F.
MILLIXERY
BEEHI\*E hats half-price. Mft and tZI McAUls-
tw st. Wl «th wi.\.
PTJRS -_ :
CHARLES BEHWIN, manofacturinr rurrter, for-
merly of 110 Kearny st. now at 1880 Van
Ness eve., above Sntter st.
G. BARE, furrier, formerly Lachman &. Co., now
ISIS Bush st. cor. Van Ness aye.. upstairs.
I! KANTNEII. manufacturing furrier, formerly
122 Stockton St.. now 2000 Sutter. rooms 1-2.
UIirCK NCR'S fur store, formerly 10 Grant aye..
cow located 1123 V«n Ness aye.. nr. Geary.
GASSNER.. the furrier, formerly 110 Kearnr «t.
now 1524 Bnsh st. adjoining I. Magnln * 00.
LOFSTAD & EVANS (Inc.). furriers, now located
H ifiK California. et., below Van Neaa a**.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE. =
2QT. ST
* •OAKLiaSDVP'MtoT.aiS
- THOROUCSHFAKEv p
I 5565,000 gO
1 $25.000 — Large lot, fioi!o3. and new' building on
nortii Bide Fifteenth st.. next block to
Clay; rented for $150 per month; this is
« bargain: worth $30,000. which it will
bring within 90 days. (2i96l
$20.000— Fine piece of improved business prop-
erty on west line of San Pablo aye.: im-
provement* consist of a new frame build-
Ins of 3 stores, leaced to 1 firm now and
jiM.vlng r> r*r cent net: will pay 7 per cent
from April 1 : building constructed to per-
mit of tlie addition of fiats, which are in
prcst demand at poor! rentals: now Is tl<e
time to buy on San Pehlo are., which is
destined to become In tte immediate fu-
ture Oakland's greatest thoroughfare.
(53K)
$15,000— F.irhtecnth ft., a few steps from Ssn
Pablo aye.. where pronnrt Is a snap at
$400 per foot: 2 fine buildings renting for
$110 per month that could not be dupli-
cated today f.>r $10,000; here Is a rare
bargnln In hlch-cIHW property with a good
Income; should sell readily for $20,000 In
90 days. (3107)
$8.000 — ncre is a fine site for stores and flats:
good-sized lot. 50x125. practically on west
line of San Pnhlo »ye.; nothing like this
to be had at nnywhere Dear, the price, in
tl:e same neighborhood: we have onlr a
lew days on tbls at the price. . (1035 i
$7,r»00 — New 5-room flat of 2 apartments of 3
«nd 4 rooms and hathVach: will rent for
$100 wlien completed; first -class residence
district; on car line; one block from Key
Itoate; lot 44x100; see this at once.
<2548-9)
GEO. W. AUSTIN., 101S Broadway. Oakland.
~~ D. F. MINNEY.
422 HTn ST.. JTST F.AST OF BROADWAY.
EXCLUSIVE OPTIONS ONLY -
PHONE OAKLAND 5403
$-15,000.
INCOME OF $<WOO PER YEAR GUARANTEED.
A Washington-st. corner. 75x75, with good
Improvements, under a 5-year lease, with flrst-
clasF soenrity. at $T<oo per month net The
ground alniie 1* worth the money. At the pres-
ent rate of rental eight years' income will more
than corcr the purchase price, but at the end
of the 5-year lease said rental can easily be in-
crcHw/l to JSOO per month. Tbls can be handled
with $2. r ..n<V> cash: balance can stand at 8 per
cent, which will leave IK per ceat on the actual
amount invested.
$43,000.
PO FT. OF llTn-ST. FRONTAGE WORTII
« $1000 PER FOOT..
• Tills ig a choice business property. An offer
for the corner adjoining, of $1400 per foot wad
refused. The bolder of the two- vear-and -eight-
month lease on this 50 feet was offered $3000 for
earn*. He is expending in the neighborhood
of $5000 for improvements. wMch will revert to
the owner at the erplratlon of said lease. Sat-
urday's Tribune gives some data concerning de-
velopments on 11th St.. which are sure to affect
value* on this property very materially to the
beiwflt of the owner. This 50 feet adjoins the
s'Wtheart corner on 11th and Franklin, and at
$S6O per foot, for which figure we are offering
same, is at least $150 per foot below the market
$32.XX).
10 MODERN FLATS: TOTAL OF 55 ROOMS;
INCOME 13 PER CENT. ,
This is one of the finest pieces of property on
the market. The improvements are about 4
year* o!d and are first class throughout. Front-
age is south and east. We recently sold a cor-
ner one block from thl« for $37,000, "which Is not
worth as much, by $30<X». as the above men-
tioned property. For a quick turn or an income
investment the above merits careful Investiga-
tion.
$25 000
A BROADWAY CORNER.
A Broadway comer, near the 22d-st. Key
Route depot, with a total frontage of 150 ft.
Improvements about R yearn old. are partly un-
der lease for 6 months. This Is without "ques-
tion one of the choicest corners for the money
to be had on Broadway. Income now better
than bank interest
D. F. MINNEY.
422 ilTn ST.. .TFST HART OF BROADWAY.
BUSINESS PROPERTY A SPKCIALTY.
TELEPHONE OftKLAND 2403. i
KRF.ISS o- HORSTVILL,
FORCED SALES.
SPECIAL SALES. .
CjZf \u25a0. • — \u25a0
The fo::ow«iyr three sre forced sales, and
mnrt be sold:
$375*— Eight-room dwelling. located on West
f*.: lot 60xir>0: completely fumi«he4:
thoroughly renovated within tie last year,
«nrt in first -class condition: Income "f.iO;
flats could be erected on balance of lot.
$47GO — Good pair of flats, located on West st..
close to Key Route; income $55; lot 35x
100.
$SOOO — Two elecant cottage* of (i snd 7 rooms
each: corner on I^th «t. near Key Route
and easy waking distance of Broadway:
lot 0"xK>0: four flats can easl 1 - he made
from same; elevated lot; fine neighborhood.
$450"— DON'T MTSS THIS. A swell, pretty
rustic fl-ronm bnungalow cottage, located
in the select residence district of Yeruon
Helchts and only one-baif Mocfc' Trom Oak-
land-»ve. cars: new nnii well butlt: gnaran-
lee of construction goes with this hous»;
tMs cottage has a very- artistic porch,
lsrge reception hall, paneled dining-room.
Quaker fireplace, best of plumbing, and lo-
cated on sunny side of street; must be seen
to be appreciated.
We have shout ten pood buys in Vernon
Heights and Linda Vista properties, several of
which are vacant and can be 'occupied at once.
Let as show you some of them.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
Four flats, two Rtnres snd a coal yard, rlcht at
Key Ronte tcrmlnns. This Is assured business
property nnd can Im» had ror $15,000. Income
without coal yard, $1W) per month; owner, leav-
ing for old country; must be sold. '
$300,000 — Corner on San Pablo sve. ;' income
$1*25 per month. For particulars' call or
write.
$80,000 — An entire block downtown, consisting
of 207 fret; ideal site for an apartment
house; pood income from present build-
ings.
$3,000 — On 15th rt.. lot 32xR2. This is surely
a downtown snap. SEE IT..
KREISS & HORSWILL. 1070 Broadway, -
Otklanfl. Cal.
n. -.. JONES. : : "**
458 J>th St. ... :. . \u0084' , •**:
$250 CAKn, $7 monthly; 5-room cottjjjf and
basement: 2 chicken booses; note viz? of let.
150x200. fronting- on 2 streets; all, covered
with fnll bearing fruit trees: fenced: city
water: laree. fine streets, macadamized; price
for fill. $3000.
$1000 cash. $10 monthly — Large lot. IOOx
360. with barn that csn be made Into 6
rooms; good well water. 100 fruit trees,
chicken house: all fenced: fronting on HO-ft.
(•trcrt: elepant. sightly niece of land: every-
thing new on it: price $2^po. .
Call or send for circular, 438 9th St., near
Broadway, Oakland. .
H. Z. JONES, owner.
BF.AITTIFrL Oakland borne; corner lot. 60x119.
with an L 25x42): bouse 11 rooms; street work
all done; a bargain.
W. M. BRANDOV,
006 BROADWAY.
FRCITVALB REAL ESTATE. .^
LOTS. LOTS. LOTS.
Beautiful Boulevard Park Tract
"t The Cream of Frultvale.
Elevated land: magnificent marine snd land-
scape view; all streets macadamized; curb and
rtone gutters, with 5-foot stone sidewalk:
water, pas and oewered; trees and palms in
profusion; new electric car line through the
tract
AH Improvements Guaranteed.
Nothing In Alameda County ever offered at
each reasonable prieea.- \u25a0 /\u25a0*'
Corner lots at $30 per Front Foot
Inside lots $20 per front foot: building re-
strictions $1500.
Terms $100 down and $25 per month at 8
per cent Interest ; no Mongolians Deed apply.
For particulars call on
S. 8. AUSTIN.
1101 23d aye.. East Oakland.
Or Branch Office on th« Tract Boulevard.
Junction of Liese aye.
Branch Office Open Snndaya.
MILL VALLEY REAL ESTATE
" BOYLE PARK.
MILL VALLEY.
TOT? SWITZERLAND OF AVERIOA.
t.r.Tf. nigbtly lots, wooded : bay and inonn* sis
view; streets being graded and sewered: boll'Jinf
restriction: C minutes to station: lots 50 fset *n«
Urger: price $450 np. T. O. PARKEB * CO..
£. T. PARKER. Arent MIJI Valley. f\
THE choicest property in Mill Vslley;' low prices,
etsy payments. For particulars se« SLII'P A
J.BPEB. l&U Fill-tore, ft. near O'Farrell.
lUp ri~ nrtsf. :_'.^^_____
LADIES' TAILORS
LOUIS LINDSTRUM, ladles' Ulloring, formerly j
Do-oboe tolCg., now ISO* Feet, near Fran.Ua.)
THE SAN FRANCISCO ; GALU;; THURSDAY^ 17/; 1907:
COPXTRY REAL ESTATE . •_
500 ACRES in Mario County; one hour and thirty
minutes from San- Francisco: 300 acres bottom
\u25a0 land, that will raise vegetables." corn or wbeat:
fine dairy raach; pood 8-room house, large barp
and all necessary buildings;- water pipes to all
the buildings; fine springs of water; good or-
chard; this property will be Bold cheap on ac-
count of poor health of the owner; would take
part payment in other property near Oakland.
W. M. BRANDON. -»••-\u25a0.
. t>OC. BROADWAY. OAKLAND, CAL.
DOWN the peninsula, one' hour's ride from San
Francisco, is the prosperous town of Mountain
View: here we have half-acre lots, only 3
blocks from the station, with streets graded
and graveled and water piped to every lot; we
have only 24 of those left; while they last
$250 each; terms, $50 cash, balance $10 per
month.
WILLIAM P. WRIGHT.
MOUNTAIN VIEW. CAL.'
CALIFORNIA land $1 acre, balance entire pur-
rbase $1 week for each 5 acres; no taxes; no
interest; 5-acre tracts; level, rich, clear; ready
to plow; under- Irrigation; perpetual water
right; immediate poosession given; particulars,
maps, photographs for 2c stamp. Stevinson
Colony, room 26, 703 Van Ness aye., San Fran-
'Cisco.
GREAT BARGAIN IN TIMBER LAND.
160 acres. Sonoma County: near three railroads.
Northwestern. Santa Rosa and Petnluma Elec-
tric and North Rhore: primeval forest, red-
wood, flr. tan oak. etc.: mostly flr: 3000 o»
4000 tall straight niles: price $10,000. Ad-
dress owner. H. T. N.. Sebastopol. Cal.,
R. F. I). No. 1. box 76. .
RICH valley land, near Oakland, in Alameda
County: every acre rich and level; weekly.
monthly or yearly payments to suit your con-
venience; this is a p"°r man's opportunity;
rou can't afford to miss it; investigate.
RICn VALLEY LAND COMPANY.
Junction of Market and gutter sts. :
ATTENTION. HOMESEEKERS— Great land
opening In Sacramento Valley; 20-«cre irri-
gated farms only $1500; $2."<0 cash first cost:
big canal ready; easy payments; land of
great production. C. M. WOOSTER CO.. 1668
O'Farrell st.
FOR sal* — $4OO0; easy terms: a 12-acr» almond
orchard In flD* condition, in Benicla Township,
fully equipped for poultry raising of all kinds:
also modern cottsge of 7 rooms. Address
P. O. box 135. Benicla. Solano Co.. Caf.
FOR SALE— One of the best fruit and poultry
farms (17 acres). Napa Valley: cloar Income
$1000 per year; price $3000. $l«00 down, bal-
ance on time. Particulars at office. 53 Wash-
ington St.. San Francisco.
SUBURBAN nOMKS-I acres near depot. R*d-
wood City. $750; $100 cash. $15 per month;
1 acre. $450: $50 cash, $10 per month. C. M.
WOOSTER CO.. I(H>C O'Farrell St.
STOCK RANCH— 3O4O neres: 15 miles from
steamboat snri rail: $3 an acre; easy terms.
C. M. WOOSTER CO.. 160« O'Farrell st . .
10 ACRES, of finest land In Alnmoda ' for LKSS
than the price of a SAND LOT. Rich Valley
Land O>.. Market and Sutter sts.
A— ls ACRES, near city, for sale: bargain. Par-
ticulars of owner. 786 McAllister, room 22.
SICK and broke: will sell one acre in San Rafael,
$500 MRS. WOLFF. 1014 7th aye.. Oakland.
FOR sale — Modern 5-acre chicken ranch, with
full -equipment E. F. DAVIS, Napa. Cal.
HOMES in the conntry: send for catalogue. O.
*f WOOSTPTf fin.. IRRrt O'Furrell st
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE
NEW cottage of 5 rooms: furnished: good loca-
tion and surroundings : modern in every
way; $4000; *IROO down and $21 per
month; lot 40x133. '.".*;>-\u25a0.
$2750 — New cottage of 5 rooms: I block to car
line; $250 down? monthly payments of $10
and Interest at 8 ror cent; insurance and
taxes paid by seller. : .
J. F. CHASE,
- ! - Real- Estate and Insurance.
1474 Shattuck aye.. Berkeley.
Phone Berkeley 302f1.
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE
$8500 — Modern 2-story house of 8 \u25a0 rooms and
bath: furnace; hardwood floors, etc.: large
grounds, in" swell location: property < could not
be duplicated today for $11,000. 1C29 Ala-
meda are. Phone Alameda 2123.
FOR sale — By owner: new modern 5-room cot-
tage: high basement; best location: $2^06;
must sell; terms or cash. Box 2255. Call.
Oakland.
IF yon want to tnitld. buy or sell property, call
on or address J. H. YOUNG. 1243 Park st.
A*»me<la.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE.
We have Improved and unimproved property
in Fresno, which has a conservative value of
$r.r..000. bringing In $57?>6 p*r annum rental.
What have you to offer for this valnsble prop-
erty, eitfcer in Sin Francisco or Oakland, or
acreage In Alaraeda and Contra Costa counties?
Owner can be interviewed at nnr time.
GEORGK W. AUSTIN.
\u25a0 Ims BROADWAY.
VIAXEY 4 CUTTING, land and minln* attor-
oeyr; State lieu lands a tpeclalty. 17U3 Valdei
St.. Oakland.
EAST OAKLAND REAL ESTATE
TH~ BIGGKST BARGAIN IN EAST OAKLAND
For sale — A fine, new, R-room cottage; high
basement: modern in every respect: 1 block
from Ktrcet cars and 4 blocks from local.
$1000 down, rest easy payments.
A 6-room cottage, built on Installment plan
to suit purchaser.
•:\u25a0- Communicate with F. WAGEL.
12Qff TWKNTY-TniRD AVFNT'B.
TO LEASE
TO LEASE OR FOR SALE. Y;V li
A brick machine: 40.000 capacity dally: un-
limited quantities of good clay: million of new
brick Apply to DR. 0. 0. O'DONNELL. 010 A
Devisadero st., between Golden Gate aye. and
McAllister st
STORES TO LET AND LF.ASB.
Lertri" store. 68 ft, new brick building, front-
log on Market st between Taylor and Jones,
running through with rear entrance on Golden
Gate aye. Apply at Golden Gite Cloak and
Eait Hn— *». Market st. near Jones.
OFFICES TO RENT AND LF.ASB.
S4 nice large offfices. new brick building, oa
Market st. with rear entrance on Golden
Gate ate., offices to lease singly or aa a
whole. ' Apply at Golden Gate Cloak and
Pnit Hi— w. Miriret st.. neur Jnnes.
BURLIXGAME REAL ESTATE
TO exchange — Kqnitles In 2 well-kxvited lots In
Burllngsme for leas« in burned district between
Golden Gate and California. M. P. SEELEY,
Snpt. Murston bldg. »
lIALF.MOO.V BAY REAL ESTATE
MONTARA. ~ ~~~~~
Large lots In the Montara. townslte. on line
Ocean Shore B. It.. $175. Improvements Includ-
ed: nothing down; no taxes: no Interest: 19
miles, or SO minute* from 8. F. : free excursion
Knnday and Thursday. Montara Realty Dev.
Co.. 1300 G olden Gate are., cor. Fillmore «t
_^_____ MEDICAL
DR. SYLVESTER'S Office.
817 23d st (nr. Tclejraph are.). Oakland. CaL
Leading Specialist for Women.
Ladles— if you are suffering from any ailment
peculiar to ronr sex. worried ahont your condi-
tion snd need help, consult this famous sneclal-
lst - because he is truly the only retmlarlv
graduated phrslcian specialist for women ad-
vertising, having <10> rears of snecess — WITH-
OUT ONR - FAILURE! — he rives relief— AT
ONCE — without drngs. .• operations or needless
detention from yonr occrpation with orisMnal—
PAINLESS— HARMLESS— methods. "With high
professional standing and qualifications reeog-
nlied by the highest medical sntbority. with
offlces well appointed and strietlv private, he
Is the— BAFEST— AND— SUREST— man to
consult when you seek betn— Consultation and
• dvlce absolutely free. Fees moderate. Hours
P a. m; to ft p. m. Open Sundays. Telephone
Oakland 7001. • . .
DR. SYLVF-STER'S Office.
517 23d st.. Near Telegraph aye.. Oakland. Cal.
DR. G. W. O'DONNELL— LadIes, all who are
. rick or In trouble, eonsnlt this specialist on
female complaints: positively corrected; the
rmfortnnate - helped: the most difficult cases
treated; every case taken: immediate relief:
. no poisoning dmg«: low fe«: my methods will
cure all cases of irregularity: eonsnlt me; save
time and money; advice free: hours, 0 s. m. to
4. 6:30 to 8:30. 1212 Turk rt. \u25a0
VALPEAU'S female pills: best regnlating pills
sold; price $2.50 by express. Pasteur's syringes
eDd tablets; price $5. By »xpr*>«s only on re-
ceipt of price. OSGOOD BROTHERS, whole-
*al» druggists, 7th end Broadway. Oakland. .
A— MHS. DR. WYETH. reliable ladles' specialist
for all female irregularities:, instant - relief
rnaranteed: SO years* experience: office hours,
10 to 5. 1726 Steiner St.. near Sutter.
DR. MARY ADAM. Indies' specialist 140 T. Golden
Gate aye.. cor. Steiner: bourse 1 to 5. 7 to 8
p. m.: good house for confinement: fee $25 up.
DR. JAMES NEAL, 1438 Ellis st, near Webster.
Specialist in women's diseases. Hours, 9 a. m.
to 9 p. tn.: Sundays, 9 to 2.
MRS. M. A. PICKRUM. 2542 Buchanan St.. near
Green: ladles taken in confinement; best of
medical attention ' and care.
DR. WEST & CO.. 1035 Golden Gate Kve.-^Otd"
specialist for women, nours, 1-3 and 7-R p.m.
DR. C. C. O'Donnell. renowned female nneclsllst
\u25a0 .030 A Devisadero. bet. McAllister and G.O: aye.
MRS. DR. KOHL, specialist Irregularities- hrs
- 10 to T.. 1720 Pteiner. bet. Sutter and Post*
DR. POSRN. 2995 Folsom st. cor. 26th— Ladles'
thousands recommend. him: relief or no fee..' '
DR. snd MRS. DA VIES' method, of treatment-
fi*4 Vxlencf* St.. between .10»h nnrt gOth.
MESSENGER j SERVICE £'«
HASTY messenger service;, phone ; Market- 2745*
t pedal messengera ; : low rate*. '1611 "\u25a0' Market.
• ' PERSONALS
X-- > — Foolish, . I've; been 'away with Aunt M.
and couldn't let you? know., 'What r in the
world msde yon think, me angry? 'Shall I see
yon at Tail's tonight? Y. 0. GIRL.
' BUSINESS PERSONALS
A— DR. E. .E. 'McLEAN, ' ,
Hair Specialist,
. Formerly Call.: Building,
Cs still manufacturing her celebrated hair snd
- skin preparation at ; 504 Broderick \u25a0 st. under
- the name of the_E. , E.7 McLEAN MANUFAC-
TURING CO. Thy demand Is greater than
ever for her Golden Seal Hair s Tonie (for oily
. hair). Dandelion Dandruff Cure. Hazeline Hair
Tonic (for thin, dry and brittle hair).
Hair Grower Pomade — Eczema - ointment '
Cures Eetema, Itching Skin, Pimples, etc.
Chilean Hair Restorer (for restoring hair
to its original color).
Haxellne Cold Cream (without a peer as &
skin food). . - /
Medicated Face Powder and numerous other
preparations. -..'-• : ' '
Free diagnools Monday and Friday bet. 2
and 4 p. m. Tel. West 7574. . :
AAA— DRESS suits, tuxedos, tweeds and Prince
Alberts for rent for all occasions; for 21 years
at Palace Hotel and 21 Stockton st, now at 60
Market. Phone Tern.' 2860. Entrance Portland
Jewelry Company.
DR. J. H. SHIRLEY & SON, CANCER gpE-
CIALISTS— 2O years' successful practice In
Sacramento; now permanently located at 603
Fell at. San Francisco; for references address
your friends in Sacramento. Send for circular.
WIGS, toupees, front pieces, that fit; purest hair
used; hair dressing, shampooing, dyeing, etc.
G. LEDERER. 2271 California st. near Web-
Bter. formerly at 123 Stockton;, estab. 1866.
RAO carpets wove to order and for sale; also
chentle-wove rugs, silk portieres; handsome fluff
rugs made from yonr old carpets: send for clr-
culars. GEO. MATTHEWS, 70S) sth st, Oakl'd.
MME. PICKRUM. 2842 Buchanan st, nr. Green,
grows hair, on bald heads in 7 treatments; no
cure, no pay ; restores gray hair to natural
cqlor: cures pimples, face and skin diseases.
MRS. NEWMAN & SIMS, facial massage, scalp
treatment shampooing, balriresslng. \u25a0 Fanny
Briggs Carr 00. goods and treatment; ladies'
and gents* manicuring.' .1411 Post st.
UNCALLED for suits, overcoats and trousers at
less tban cost at 'CHARLES 'LYONS*,- The
London Tailor. 1432 ,, Fillmore st, bet Ellis
and O'Farrell. .
CHRISTMAS glove order. DANICHEFF. for-
merly Phelan bldg. 1 and 121 Grant aye., now
ICII O'Farrell. 0. LIMOUSIN, proprietor.
GOLDSTEIN'S hair goods, wigs, toupees,
switches and pompadours; satisfactory work
at lowest prices, 819 -Van Ness aye.
SUNSET barber shop and baths, formerly 623
Market st. 715 Turk st, now open for busi-
ness. JOHN BERNARD, proprietor.
$100 on deposit for you if your hair cannot be
restored: abundance of natural hair. 0. E. H.
T. CO., 730 Hayes Bt
TAILORS— U. E. BAKER it CO.— Suits pressed.
BOe; onen evenings. 962 McAllister at. Tel.
Page 2208. ."' '.- . '
TRAVELERS' samples tn ladles' coats, suits.
• skirts, raincoats. 1774 Geary st, near Fill-
more. -.
MAGNETIC massage — MRS. HOLSHOUPER.
1720 Flllmore st. offlces 9 and 10. third floor.
FOR pianos see MRS. A. A. GOSBEE. with
. Kohler & Chase. 1329 gutter. Tel.Franklln 2143
ESTE3 Dressmaking Parlors. 753 Webster st.:
phone Page 0211: for. of Geary and Taylor.
JOHN REID & SONS, tailors. Delbert block, cor.
Van Ness aye. and O'Farrell st Room 226.
J. HAUPTLI. GUERIN CO.. .Fashion ' Hair Store.
890 Van Ness aye.;. artistic bairdresslng.
HINO Cheong & Co.. military and navy tailors,
.located. at 564 San Pablo aye., Oakland.
AUSTRALIAN Woolen Mills Tailoring Co.. 525
- Van Ness aye. Suits made to order, $15 up.
LADY and centleman wishing to marry call or
address MRS. WALTER. 117S Eddy st.
MISS B. E. JULIAN. 'Just opened manicuring
nsrlor: ladles. 25c. <6GO Haves st.
LOST AND FOUND .
LOST — A passbook with the nibernia Savings
and Loan Society of San Francisco, in the
name of WILLIAM HENRY. LYNCn. No.
222-629. The finder will * please return to
bank. . Unless same Is returned within five
days a new book will be issued to the ap-
plicant.
LOST— A passbook with the Hlbernla Savings
and Loan Society -of San - Francisco, in the.
name of JULIA HULT. No. 305-1497. The
finder will please return to bank. Unless
same is. returned within ' five days a new
book will be issued to the. applicant;
LOST — Black seal handbag, containing mono-
gram, gold watch and chain, check boob CAR-
OLINE KSCHRN. bank book and purse. Re-
turn to 2,17 California St., apartment 6. and
receive reward. ,". . . /'•'
LOST— On 16th st. ne»r Dolores, a diamond set
locket and chain In case of^Radke A Co. Lib-
eral reward for retnm of same to Mrs. C. W."
FLOYD. 40S Sajcheg^j.;.; . "' : •- ' \u25a0\u25a0 " V.- .
LOST — A red pocketbook. containing papers ,val-
nable only to the owner; ..also business cards.
Return same to IOC4 . Franklin st, Oakland,
and receive reward." \u25a0,^'
LOST — A . passbook with the nibernia Savings
and Lnan Sodetr. No. .215-636. in - the name
of MARY BICKFORD; Finder will please re-
turn to the bank. \u25a0
LOST — A passbook with the nibernia Savings
and Loan Socletv. 'So 307-940. In the name of
MRS. ELLA RYDEN. Finder. will please re-
turn to bank. '
LOST— A pink coral necklace called dog collar.
New Year's eve, at Louvre or vicinltv: valued
as keer>«ake; handsome reward. 1919 Sutter
ft. HEUER.
LOST — On Van Ness- aye.. Tuesrtnv morning a
black Mlk belt with gold buckle; SlO reward
for return. Call : at office Hotel Savoy, Van
Ness aye.
STRAYED or stolen— A small bay mnre from
\u25a0 Pacific st, between Montgomery and Sansorae.
Return to C. NAUMAN. 9 East st; reward.
WHITE Llewellyn setter dog: black ears: white
stripe down nose; collar marked P. I* Mc-
Olnre. 423 Fulton st.; $5 reward.
LOST — Lady's black-faced watch, gold fob. Re-
. turn to 1122 Market St., ' room 2; reward.
LOST— GoId charm, having engraved Initials E.
C. Return to 43(5' Bnrtlett st; reward.
LOST or- stolen — Black horse weighing 900 to
1100 pounds: from barn at 425 Bay st.
LOST — Ttlack bill purso on 3d -st. car; return
this office, box 73: reword. . '
RUPTUnE CURED '
SINOI.R $12. double $15. Dr. Pierre's Electric
Tmss: nnly cure known. Call, address W. J.
PIFRCK.* I<l7rbe«tnnt at.. Alameda.
TRUSSES
ANNOUNCEMENT —
WM. HATTEROTH'S SURGICAL HOUSB.
1938 Eddy st, above Devisadero. - <
Trnsses. supporters. < elastic stockings, surgical
\u25a0 and hospital snpnlles: formcriv 224 Sntter st' C
MRS. M. C. WILLIAMS. ~
Formerly with Wm. Hatteroth — Trusses, supnort-
ers.'elast. hosiery, etc. 476 Page, nr. Webster.
WALTERS & CO., surgical Instruments, hospital
equipments, trusses and elastic hosiery.
160ft 'Steiner 'ft., rear Oeary.
SPECIALISTS in trus* flttlntrs. CLARK-GAN-
DION COMPANY, 1220 Golden Gate aye.
C. BANNER. ' 184 No« st
M.A Nr)FArrrU~~R »» «--gtnO »In«tic belts.
.SEWING 'MACHINES'
SINGER sewing machines. Wheeler & Wilson
sewing machines: needles, parts \u25a0 and , supplies
for both. i Sold only by Singer Sewing Machine
Company at following Singer stores. San Fran-
cisco, Ca1.— 1156 Market st. 783 Halght st,
' 1186 Valencia St.; 812 Clement st; 1431 Bush
st. 351 McAllister st..-. 2507 Market st; Sl»
Golden Gate aye. 'Oakland — 465 12th St.- 1050
Washington st, 1141 \u25a0E. 14th st Alameda —
1321 Park st Berkeley — 3219 Adeline st
DOMESTIC— Best, cheapest: all, kinds rented,
repaired. E exchanged : \u25a0 needles and supplies \u25a0 for
;,' all makes. J. W.. Evans, sirent. 1658 O'Far-
• rell st. near Ftllmore: phone West 3601."
SINGER "and Wheeler & Wilson sold, only by
Singer Sewing Machine Co. A. C. BROWN.
, selling agent . Good second-hand ! machines $5.
$10 and $15. 351 McAllister st.
NATIONAL Automatic. 1 ; White.' Standard, other
makes, rented, repaired, etc. - I. 8. COHEN'S
SONS. Phone West 5761. 161 C O'Farrell at
SINGER. Wheeler & Wilson store.' permanently
located 2507 Market st. nr. 15th: supplies: raa.
chines rented, repaired. , Phone Special 1177. \u25a0
WILLCOX I & GIBBS Sewing Machine Company
located at 724 Turk - St., near Van Ness a v». ;
manufacturers, of- the genuine automatic,
SPECIAL on Singers. White. Dom.. New Home.
.- new drop-beads. $19.50: i rented; repaired. 3260
' 22d. bet > Mission and ValencU ats. . \u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0- :
NJiW Home office. 140S k Van Nm« aye. : t«eco_d-
band' : machines, --i $10 It to $16; :. second-class.
!t|«>.Kn-»w'»*M.Sft -.•.--• .-\u25a0• - _»-... :\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0;.
typewriters; and (supplies ;
ALEXANDER^*: i CO; 'd typewriters;- all : makes
trn^a, • Including ?'-Bmithi. Premiers, deaks,
chairs. -: etc. : . ask ' for > prices j partly •\u25a0 used r ma-
J chines. ALEXANDER. ;. 1820,- Flllmore st;
.. phone .West 62SS. ..'.:. :"'\u25a0•..•\u25a0:.-. . \u25a0; .
WALTiy: A. SCOTT; 1811 FlllmWe st. ' phone
\u25a0 West 2083: also 52a Market st;-Colnmbla Vis-
ible ; s chairs. \u25a0 ribbons, i numbered , t>nner,~ carbon ; '
; expert ' repairs: t rentals : - desks. ; $7.50. . .
STE.A IC.NSV Visible Typewriter."- the ' only.: visible
. with •:' decimal \ tabulator; • \u25a0 • also * 2d-hand.* all
makes : - rentals • and \ repairs.- The Typewrito-
. 'rinm.v 1724 Fillmore (St. \u25a0 ;- -- \ , .
THE. TYPKWKITEKEXOHANGB^is' now 'at
\u0084 1011 Golden Gate aye., with a full stock of all
f : kinds of typewriters at regular 'prices; > rentals
.-* and; supplies.' ;.; \u25a0' ' ' ? '\u25a0\u25a0!'\u25a0\u25a0 ~ . - r
$25— THF. only > first-class Uynewrlter^ at a' low
'-- price. ;; Postal Typewrlter.i 2S76 ; 24th st.." S." F.
: PACIFIC Typewriter * Co.— Sun , Visible * $40 and
$75. 6E. comer Flllmore and Busa. 2(1 floor.
: MISCELLANEOUS-^-- Sale '
CASH REGISTERS— As we are Independent
-CASH REGISTER DEALERS ; and the EX-
. CLUSIVE COAST AGENTS for THE HALL-
WOOD CASH REGISTER, we save yon
money. > The HALLWOOD is the best register
made, and.no other concern can sell you a
NEW up-to-date HALLWOOD. We also have
second-hand NATIONALS which we will sell
very cheap on small monthly payments. PA-
CIFIC COAST CASH REGISTER , CO., 16
City Hall Square. ' " :- ---.
AAA— CASH registers. A "NATIONAL" cash
register Is a. valuable asset:, in -your business.
We • make over 521 styles and sizes and . sell
on easy paymentß. We hare the largest stock
of other makes in the city at half price. Don't
pay • two • prices. -Come and see us.- The Na-
tional Cash Register Co., 1283 Golden Gate aye.
______________
5-ft. enameled bathtub. .
20x30 W. E. sink.
30-gallon boiler.
Patent water closet.
Combination. $34.50. 1564 POST STREET.
WE have for sale or rent motors and pumDs of
all sizes. Contractors, see us. FARNS-
• '.WORTH ELECTRICAL WORKS/003 Howard
st. . Factory phone . Market 2587. - Office
phone Temporary 348. . • \u25a0 :'
FURS — Drummers' samples and \u25a0 balance whole-
sale stock retailed less than wholesale prices;
Jackets, scarfs, muffs. 75c to $150. 1607
Franklin st. between Pine and California.
FOR sale — One 2%-ton refrigerating plant. In
perfect order: with or without power. For in-
formation address Refrigeration, 420 Prcclta
aye., S. F. . .
HALLWOOD cash registers; total adders: $25 to
- $90; also Nationals. CASH REGISTER EX-
CHANGE, 1183 Market St., Central Theater
building.
PLUMBERS' soil pipe, fittings, lead, boilers, met-
als, builders' wall anchors, floor plates, sash
weights: half price. NE. cor. Fulton and Gough.
BARS, cigar stands, grocery and window display
fixtures, etc., at short notice; showcases, desks,
MEEK. 1161 Mission st.. bet. 7th and Bth.
LAUNCHES, new and slightly used. Cal. Launch
Works. Pae. Coast agents for Peninsular mo-
tor. Blanding aye.. Park st. Alameda.
TWO motor cycles, 2% -horsepower; 1906 model;
Thor engines. • Farnsworth Electrical Workß,
' 603 Howard at. ; phone Temporary 843.
FOR sale — Soda fountains, showcases, bank and
office fixtures, marble work ; call and ace them.
WHITCOMB. 527 Market st. S. F.
TENTS. CANVAS WORK. WAGON COVERS
AND AWNINGS at F. THOM'S. 1209 MIS-
SION ST. PHONE MARKET 2194.
WANTED — A second-hand fire or church: state
size and price to W. P. HARRIS, 1560 Page
st, city.
THREE oak roller-top desks for sale: cheap.
DR. DUNCAN. 1550 EIUs -st. near Flllmore.
WALLPAPER 6c, paint $1, cheesecloth, building
and rooflns papers nt Merlgan's, 1447 Ellis st
WE buy, sell, make and repair everything.
Standard Tool Machine Works. 1420-31 Mission.
SCALES, trucks, coffee mills, money drawers.
Jas. Geddes & Co.. 431-33 Larkin: tel. Em. 823.
BAR fixtures. AIKEX & KING, agents of Chss.
Passow & Sons, 1273 Mission; tel. Special 1173.
G. E. RUSSELL, plumbers' supnlles. builders'
wall anchors,, machinery. 2CO Linden aye.
EDISON Moving Picture Machines nnd Stereoptl-
,cons; bargains. GEO. BRECK. 552 Grove st.
GASOLINE launches of all kinds on hand, for
sale — Crowley's boathouse, Vallejo-st wharf.
SAFES— Stock on hand; 500 en route. RICH-;
ARDSON BROS.. 131 sth st. near Mint.
SIX English Setter pups, '8 weeks old. Apply
evenings, 4011 Howe st, Oakland. . .'.
SAFES — The Hermann Safe Co.. 126 Folsom st;
agents Macneale & Urban safes.
KING'S Old Book Store. 891 Golden Gate aye.,
near 1 Octavla. Books bought.
FOR sale— Sloop Hiawatha; 31 feet long. Write
G. C. ADAMS. 3254 20th St.
.:/ MISCELLANEOUS WANTS
WANTED — Household goods to finish car load to
Tonopab, Nev., at reduced rates. BEKIN
VAN & STORAGE CO.. ISth and Mission sts.
AAA— Dress suits, I Tuxedos, Prince Alberts and
other suits bought by L. SKOLL. the- tailor,
707 Golden Gate aye., near Franklin st.
PARTIES having bricks In the ruins for sale,
can cet the highest price by addressing box
C 2. Call office.
WANTED— OId gold and silver for manufactur-
ing. Cal. Watch Case Co.. 803 O'Farrell st
CASH paid for diamonds. O'NEILL & EBER,
1744 Flllmore St.. below Sutter.
MONEY TO LOAN
AA— MONEY TO LOAN
By
"RELIABLE MONEY LENDERS"
On
FDRNITURE, PIANOS. HORSES It VEHICLES
LOWEST RATES— EASIEST PAYMENTS.
No
PDBLICITY-JJELAT— DECEPTION.
See •
HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY.
Room 70. 509 Golden Oate aye.. cor. Polk.
Oakland office — 3 Macdonongh bldg.
AAAA — Any salaried employe or wage-earner can
cet- from us. Just on his note —
Monthly. Seml-Mo. W'klr.
$50.00— Return to n5..513.0S $fi.(W $3.3.1
$30.0* v— Return to us.. 8.00 4.00 2.00
$15.00— Return to us.. 4.00 2.00 1.00
Or any other pum in proportion.
' : Tnß STAR LOAN AND INT. CO..
THR.CITY LOAN CO..
. THE CRESCKNT LOAN CO..
004-005 Mutual Savings Bank Building.
D. D. DRAKE. , .
.7 Franklin Realty Bldg.. SW. corner Golden
Gate and Polk.
301 St Paul P.lder.. Onkland.
SALARY LOANS
..Made qnlckly and privately to steady em-
ployes: lowest rates; easy ter«is: loans made
to old ; customers without delay.
MONKY loaned salaried people and others upon
their own names without security: cheapest
rates, easiest payments: offlces in 63 nrin-
clpal cities: save yourself money by getting
our terms first. TOLMAN. 7»7 Market, r. 137.
Formerly 553 Parrott building.
HERMAN MURPHY
Junction of Market and Sntter Streets-——
Flrut snd second mortgages, estates, legacies, etc.
BORROW money on diamonds and vnlnshles:-?
per cent interest. OEM JEWELRY CO.. 008
Market st. near Powell, and 17 East st' • •
ALL persons. havlntr n!ed«es before the fire with
O. Aronson call 243R Sacramento st. :pay In-
terest or goods will, be: sold , at anetlco. "
THE orlirinal Uncle Bill (William Schmalx) per-
manently .located 11C2 Post st
LOAN'S on salaries. S. K. Discount Aeency. 731
Oak «t.. near Fll'more. formerly Phelan" bide.
ON furnltnre and nlanos In nse: no eornml*«lon.
T.^TREMAIN. 72rt Ruchanan st. ne«r Hayos.
ADVANCES on dl*mond» *s n«n*l. Baldwin Jew-
elry Co.. permanent office 12fil Van Ness aye.
[MORKJ.T. — Cssh.loanwi ti «slarled n>nn note
• without lndor*er. 022 Monidnock building.
GOLDEN . OATK Loan Office, formerly 10 etti
\u25a0St.: now 850 Pierce st: redeem pledges.
MONEY- 1 '.\u25a0•' Golden Gate. Loan Office,
Loaned. |. 1276 Golden , Oate are.
RFDEEM pledges left at 10 6th 'at, .at 960
Pierce st. '.-esr 'McAllister. -"\u25a0
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ~ :
A' FEW i bargains for this week — One Schleln,
$05; Fischer, $96; Starck. $115; Shermer. $125:
one Davis & Son. $140; Singer, $155:>ALL UP-
RIGHTS, and several other standard makes:
\u25a0 Decker B»-os.. $65; Chlckering. $90, etc. Would
like to cl^se this out quickly to make room for
new stock.- Terms.: rents $2 up; installments,
$4 up. HEINE PIANO CO., 1341 Golden Gate
aye.. 1486 Bush st. and 469-471 20th st, Oak-
land. ;: -.' *- -\u25a0-.. \u25a0 .. /;• \u25a0.•••'- •..---.\u25a0.\u25a0
DON'T take : any, chances when buying a piano;
we guarantee ahsolnte' satisfaction in every
case.. BENJ. CURTAZ &-80 N. 1815 -. Van
! Ness . aye. Established 1858. ' . •l .
H. 0.: JOHNSON, violin maker and repairer of
: ' all ; string \u25a0» Instruments. . 1228 Flllmore ; St.,
\u25a0 Arcade block,' room 26. • • \
PIANOS sold on- $3 monthly payments: rents,
$3.50. JOS. SCHMITZ & CO.. 430 Devisadero.
SOHMER, "' Bvmn - Mauzy ; pianos. r Ceclllan piano
players. BYRON MAUZY. 1165 O'Farrell st
6 BANJO Rtrlnesr 25c: full line latest records.
. C. C. KEENE'S music store. 1325 Fillmore st.
CHICKERING. *40: New England. $125; Man-
, .ncr, $210. , SCnMITZ & CO.. 430. Devisadero.
BARGAIN in ptano. Call at 823 Webster at.
HORNUNO, 1554 Eddy St. near Flllmore; great
i.*; variety second-hand standard-make :\u25a0 pianos. .:
STA TH AM ft CO., pianos. 24 Hill St.; formerly
-.- 110 McAllister st: expert ' repairers.'*- ,
RENT a '-. good \u25a0 niano for :$3 , per * month ; from
SCOTT CURTAZ.. SCO; Hayes st. - -
A FISCHER upright; good as new,, s96, at 1341
t Golden Gate , avev-' ' "; _.- : -; --..,- ', • ',
AN upright piano in good condition. $65," at 1466
;Bnsh st. »• :-«\u25a0••. --.--:\u25a0-...•.. -•\u0084.. ... :-
MINES AND MINING .
GREENWATER; and 5 TONOPAH -Stocks. 1
Nevada 'Green waters Coppcr~rTT'.*;rr:'.".at 50c
VGrecaiwater Black Oxide. Copper at market,
• Tonopah' Standard \u25a0"...-..'........•.. ..:at'3oo
:: Tonopah Empire;.*..".™. ..';r.".'.;r. .....iat 20c
' Good companies. -Good' propertlen."-' Good buys.
;.;\u25a0;-.-%' M.I H. CRITCHER..7S SUTTER ST.;"---.-.:
\u25a0\u25a0!-.-.\u25a0.\u25a0 \ SAN FRANCISCO.
ASSAYING . 50c: ' gold, rich^ ore,: etc.. J bought
Pioneer. Assay Co.. 131 Cth st. near Mint
ASSAYING and all branches of mining taught at
*\u25a0* * HEALD'S ' SchooJ2_f_______J*gS.iLocnBt ' aye. \u25a0- > : -
f. ;'>lltl/ ASP? CABIXET'WORkC^
"HAAS WOODWORKING CO T B7 to 83 Minna st
Mill and \u25a0 cabinet work, turning, \u25a0 planing, etc
OFFICES AND STORES TO- LET.
FILLMORE. 1012, bet Golden' Gate aye. and
'McAllister — 40 offices in .a new permanent
1 building;' power, hot and cold water, combi-
nation gas and electric flxtnres. Janitor serv-
ice, etc., without extra charge, in every room.
Apply to A. J. POX, on premises.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished barber shop at en-
trance to new Hotel Hamilton. - Eddy and
Leavenworth. Apply to manager.
FILLMORE. 122S — Large, sunny front of flees:
running water: Janitor services. SULLIVAN.
• REA & KEHRLEIN.
ARCADE block. 1228-30 Fiilmore St.— Choice of-
fices and lodge rooms; reasonable; modern;
. central.
846 ELLIS st. near Van Wess aye.; small store;
O rent reasonable. •
BASEMENTS TO LET
TO let — Large basement; bard finish: with con-
venience for business or living. 1927 O'Far-
rell st.
HOTELS AND APARTMENT-HOUSES
HOTEL NORDEN. 758 Howard, bet. 3d and 4th;
hot-cold water and steam heat in every room ;
elevator service; rooms 50e, 75c. $1 per nicht
CHRISTENSEN * SHAW, props. A flrst-class
frill and cafe In connection.
' BT. GEORGE. STH-AND HOWARD STS.
600 WELL VENTILATED SINOLF. ROOMS.
85c. BOe AND 7!?e PER NIGHT.
$2.00 AND $2.50 PER WEEK.
HOTEL BELVEDERE — First-class accomrwH!«-
tions; SO minutes from Sap Fr* neisco: reduced
rstts since the fire. MRS. A. T. MOORB. pro-
prteor and manager.
NEWLY fnrnii»hed: free baths; Hotel Flllmore.
1714 O'Farrell: mom« day. week, month: rim'
' nlng water. M. H. WILSON. Tel. West fttfta.
HOTEL CRYSTAL. BE. corner of McAllister and
Franklin — 75 newly furnished rooms: for gen-
tlemen only:' modern conveniences. j|
HOTEL REGAL — Now onen: elegantly furnished:
50c snd up per dnv: 75 feet from SE. cor. 3d
and Folsom. B. BAIOR. Prop.
HOTEL MeALLISTKR T412-1414 McAllister st
Elegsnt rooms: tourists a specialty.
HOTEL AUnUBON. 92$ Ellis St.— Fil-t--lass:
rstes >j ncr ilst tin. \u25a0 ___________
HOUSES WANTED.
WANTED— To rent from May 1 to Oct. 1. fur-
nished bonse in Frultvale or San Leßndro:
most contain 4 or more bedrooms and two
bathrooms on second floor, for family, and
In addition, servants' rooms. Answer, stating
terms, box 2230. «1* Van Ness aye.
\u25a0 HOUSES TO LET ___^
9-ROOM residence to lease: 2 years with nrtvl-
_ lew: near Fillmor* »nd Lamna. CHAMBBR-
LAIM <• CO.. gOM-Bnsh st
OAKLAND HOTrSES TO LET
COTTAGES TO LET
UNION.- 1108 — Near nyde. in rear; 3-roora sun-
n~ cottage: -t!7. - Owner.
• ' COTTAGES. FOR SALE
$2S3O— COTTAGE. 4 rooms, bath, high ba-ement
ioltable for rooms: rents at *17: on 29th-»t
car line. O. H. UMBSEN k CO.. 20 Montgora-
»r~ »t. .
FLATS TO LET
CALIFORNIA. 3151— 3-roora apartments: lower
-"\u25a0 floor front: nr> to dste.
FLATS- "WANTED
WANTED — Fnrnlshed flat or apartments. 6 or S
rooms, for two months from January 10. Ad-
dress her 5407. CmM.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
THREE fnrnfsbed' housekeeping rooms to rent
for board of 2 adults, 2 meals dally: suitable
for Protestant couple: no children: must be
neat housekeeper; references exchanged. Box
70. Call office. .
OCTAVIA. 1311. near Geary — A lsrge fnrnlshed
. suite, regular kitchen: also sunny room; run-
nine water. Tel. West RSS&.
POINT LOBOS aye.. 1616. near 6th aye.— 2 un-
furnl^bed sunny rooms for hcnsekeeplnp: place
. for store: $10. • .
OAK. 2001 — Large, snnny room: small, snnny j
kitchen: furnace beat: runnins water.
ROOMS -TO LET— Fnrn'd --«» t'nfnrn'il
McALLTSTER. 1534. near Flllmore — Nicely fur-
nished room: bath: phone: cars pass the door.
Also two large light rooms in basement, suit-
able for storage: perfectly dry.
MASONIC aye., 1014 — New. elccantly furnished
snnny suite' overlooking Panhandle; In new
flat; gas grate: electricity; bath; phone; piano;
convenient to cars.
ANTONIO st.. off Jones— 2 new. elegantly far-
• nlsbed. snnny rooms: gas and bath; gentlemen j
only: also basement. j
CHURCH. 291 — Sunny nloove room, with run-
ning water: also back parlor room, suitable
. for 2 gentlemen.
FILLMORE. 663. cor. nayes — Beautiful snnny
front bay-wlmlnw rooms; nicely furnished;
\u25a0 closets; reasonable.
GERMANIA. 132. between n<*rm.inn snd Wr.l-
, ler — Nice. large, snnny. front room, suitable
for two gentlemen: reasonable.
HARRISON. 3003. corner ?6t!»— Nicely fnmlslied.
front parlor. • suitable for light housekeeping;
young couple preferred.
OAK. 419 — Elegantly furnished snnnr rooms,
with running water, hot and cold: also use of
bntb and phone.
SHARON. 63. bet, 15th and lfith. Church and
Sanchez sts. — Large, snnny front room; $13:
gentlemen. ' .
TO. let — Large basement; hard finish: with con-
veniences for business or living. 1927 O'Far-
rell st. :
FIFTEENTH. 1522. in rear— 2 nnfnmlshed rooms
to rent; new cottage; trimmed fence in front
of lot. . \u25a0 \u25a0-->.•
PINE. 2090 — Furnished room: large and sunny:
-, suitable for two gentlemen: separate entrance.
TWENTY-FIRST.. 3371— Nice front room, with
running water: suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen.
FOURTEENTH, ,'S3I— Nicely furnished rooms;
\u25a0 hot and cold water; bath; gentlemen only. ,
THE AUTO — Newly furnished rooms; also tran-
sient . 861R Golden Gate aye.
BUCHANAN. 606 — Room suitable for 2 gentl.v
men; running water and gas.
MF.REDITH. 737 McAJllster st; elegantly fur-
nlsbed rooms; also transient.
SCOTT. 2040. cor. Sacramento — 3 newly fur-
, nlshed rooms. Tel. 2014.
FIFTEENTH. 1522— 2 furnished rooms to rent;
house ' In rear of ' lot. •
UNION,- 2105. corner Webster — Furnished front-
room for gentlemen: new flat
%'-'t ROOMS AND BOARD
SUNNY room, private bath, electric light, with
board, on Pacific Heights; fine marine view;
private family; must be seen to be appreci-
ated; suitable for 2;. $100 per month; refer-
ences. Box \u25a0 43, Call office.
PACIFIC aye.. 2717— Elegant furnished roorav
with best, of table board: fine view; pleasant
_ surroundings: can accommodate five couples or
\u25a0 gentlemen;, prices reasonable.' , \u25a0
PACIFIC aye.,2717 — Beautiful rooms with elegant
table; marine view; swell locality; adults: refs.
ROOMS AXD BOARD WANTED
ROOMS WANTED
SMALL, comfortable room; must be reasonable.
Box 2535. Call office. . . '
JiSWKI.ERS _^
F. L. COOK — Jewelry, clocks, silverware, rta-
. tlonery and notions; formerly of 1712 Market
st. now permanently located at 839 i Golden
— Gate aye., opposite Jefferson Square. \
M. FINEGOLD. first class diamond setter. Jew-
eler; establishment 10 years. 222 Elm aye. \u25a0-
A. L. OTT, formerly 121 Geary st. now 1063
O'Farrell — Jeweler and diamond setter.
A master mechanic — TOM BURNS. The Watch
. Expert, 1429 Ellis: st., near Buchanan.
MATRIMONIAL
MAN of 36,. in business in. the city, wishes the
\u25a0 acquaintance of : young - lady or widow of . the
\u25a0 same ace with means enough to buy a b«— le
v Box 1f>30." Call office. \u25a0
\u25a0:.:-. \u0084.- .-\u25a0 ;v PRINTERS . .. \u25a0-;.\u25a0 \u25a0
UPTON ; A WILLIAMS • CO.". printers, bookbind-
.". era, * manufacturing; stationers. 112 Hayes st.
( near Van Ness aye.- - . ... -
PICTURE FRAMES
MCOLL'B PICTURES— Framing, artists* mats-
rtals*: supplies. 1854 Devisadtro. near Pln«.
.RESTAURANTS
. - SURGICAL - INSTRU3IENTS
A.,BERBEBT & BRO. ,»
Trnsses and Appliances. 628 Golden Gate are/
''PHOTO : SUPPLIES
CHRISTMAS I cameras at 23 per cent - discount.
' FIXE ART C 0.. -1814. Flllmore st -
V< REGILDING ;>ICTURE ] FRAMES
E.::b.\ COURVOISIEB, art dealer and " lan»
\u25a0\u25a0' maker. 1628 Busn st, sear Franklia, _'
HORSES AXD WAGONS
ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES. TRAPS. . SUR-
REYS. DELIVERY WAGONS. MILL WAGONS
AND PLATFORM WAGONS AT KLEIBER A
CO.'S. 1504-03 FOLSOM ST.
FINE BUSINESS BUGGY. STEEL AND RUB-
BER TIRED: STRONGLY BUDLT: REASON-
ABLE PRICES. KLEIBER & CO., 1504-9
FOLSOM ST.
TWO canvas-top delivery wngon*: In oort condi-
tion: suitable for launvtry or any business; als.-»
business wagon cheap: need the money. 1474
Fulton st.
$210— Top exnress wagon: 4 and 6 year old
horses; double hirness. 20th aye., bet. 3 and
X sts.. Sunset district
PANEL-TOP delivery wagon used a few times;
cost $2.">0; dell at hargam: o-^-» the monev-
10CG Eddy . at •
GOOD business horse. 1100: good work ft«— •».
1200; $100 each. 379 9th aye. and Pt. Lobo*.
ONE 2-hors# t-nclt. t covered wacon «m!t:»ht<» t»t
laundry. 1 light bnsnjeǤ bugsy. 534 Bryant
HARNESS, collai-. whips. m<M'»s. blanket*.
robes. W. DAVIS & SON. 2020 noward st.
SECOND-HAND laundry wagon. NUOENT-
COVEY Wagon Co.. 343-340 Valencia st.
ELEGANT bNck bor«\ IR h*n<ls tifff!?. gentln
»nd kind.' cheory !>«\u25ba+ Fo«» «». - .
STORAGE AXD MOVING VANS
WILSON BROS. CO.. Inc.— Moving and stone*.
Cor. 14th and Sanchez sts.. 1 block from Mar-
ket and FHlmore-st cars. Phone P«r\ 271.
TRANSFER JONES CO. (Inc.)— Baarme, stor-
age, moving. Phone Franklla 16C2. Emer-
gency ft>. IISCT and 1143 Oearr st.
ADVANCE Storag* Ca— Stnr*--. r.nefcl"* -iov-
ing. shipping. CF.O. WALCOM <*0.. «TT Tn**.
PACIFIC Sto-«re and Furnlrnr- Mnvln- Cora'
r»»n-. 23*0 Fitlm-r- «t? nhn-e W.«» ?fr?-.
S ANITARITTM3 \u25a0
AT DR. JUILLY'S S.OJITARIUM. connnetnent
with 10 days' care. $30 to $80. 2504 Howard:
phone Special 171. Training school for nurses.
MRS. DR. WEGENER. California Conantment
Home. 2012 Folsom st.nr IRth: separate rwai
for natients: hest care: v-rv r»*«»«n»h'<» »»—-«.
PAIXTIXG
UNITED PAINTINQ CO.. contract work; paint-
ing. paperhanging. decorating, tinting: satls-
factlon guaranteed. Oftt McAllister st
SHANNON, painter, now at 1306^ Buchanan
st : rood work r oa ranted.
WINDOW SHAPES
COLLINS A FARRELL— Whulow shades, mat-
tr-gs.maklnr. carpet cleaning. 453 Ivy ate.
Tel. Pare 1375.
ADVANCE window shade fuctorr. Order- filled
at short notice. OFO WAT.COr.M. ~T7 Tm\ at
HAND-PAINTED CHINA
DORN'S Ceramic Supply Store. 759-7RI McAllis-
ter st: largest on Pacific Coast: devoted S—«
_ claslvely to white chfaa and !ninr>lle-. •»
INVALID CHAIRS
BOLD, rented, exchanged: manufacturer E»— in
tricycle chair. 2108 Market st. Tet Fell 9911.
LAPXDRrES.
VIOLET Laundry. Just opened: flnt-class worlt
at reasonable prices: telephone 7842. 1531
Post st. Give us a trial.
LOCKSMITHS \u25a0_
M PHlLlP— Locksmith, saw fllaz. 1922 Post
»f.. N»t. Flllmore snd S»<-Iner. .
- ROOFING
LEAKY roofn— Repairing, palntlnz. elartTc pro-
pared rooflnff. Cent_ry Paint Rocflnff Co.. 231
Oak st. '
I'MBRELLAS
UMBRELLAS sold: general renalrtt- and rv<* r.
trier. Callforplii Umbrella Worfc«. Ilia Q-«rv.
PAINTINGS RKSTOREP
G. KILBY CO.— Pictures, frame*, eoffravln^:
highest class. 1652 Van Ness aye.
pmxT'xc:
EDWARD KNOWr.ES CO.. rvtnte-.. ststloro-..
«ntn-ve-f . ?14 TTrrt.* «f.. PtnT** y^^Hr, cr«>
SHEET METAL
STEAM tables. eo_e* nrrs. Freturh ranse*.
Scblndler Mfg. Co.. 1411 EMs: nhone Wxt 19.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
ST. FRANCIS' Girls' Directory Orphan AfjtnS
hereby irlres notice that the follow in? orphan,
half -orphan and abandoned boys -and girl* have
been admitted to the ssyl'im from July 1.
10*«. to January 1. 1907: Helen Fox. 4 yrs.:
Edna Fox. 2 yrs.: Anita <"n>ren?=«o. S> yrs.:
Lora Cailenasso. 6 yre. : Enl« Ca-lcnas**. 1
yrs.: Eva August. 10 y— i 2 mos.: Joseph Deli-
cate. 5 yrs.: An:re!» Delicate. .1 yi-. : Mxn
Delle.ite. ? vrs. : Christine Olspn. f> jr3. : Wil-
fred Rosenbaum. 5 .vr». : Margaret n'r-enbauin.
3 yrs.: Gertmrie RoKenbaora. 1 yr. '
NOTICE Is hereby given that tb? fotlowHe or-
phnn anil half nrnhan girls have b«M»n rreelve*!
In the Maria Kip Orphanage. o?0 LaSe st..
San Francisco, from July 1 to December 31.
1906: Vivian Gouch. 5 ye-irs: Vinej Br«Ut. 1
years: Ivono Bnrsotff. 1 year and 2 m.mrh«:
Gladys nendersoa Smith. 7 year- imt <<
months: Amy Roehfort. 10 yearn and- 5 moat is;
Alma Noralne Jacfcv>-. 11 yearn; Gertn d»
Co-!il Otr lev. 13 -oat- »nr> C, months.
DIVIDEND NOTICES
DIVIDEND NOTICF — THE RENTERS' LOVN
AND TRUST COMPANY of San Francisco,
commercial and savings bank, safe deposit
vaults. 115 Hayes St., between Van Ness nve.
and Polk st — For. the half year ending De-
cember 15 a dividend has been declared at the
rate of four (4i per cent per annntn on savings,
free of taxes, parable on and after Moml.iv.
December 17. ll>o<*.. Dividends not called for
are added to and hear the same rate of inter-
est as the principal from Dei-ember 13, 13<">«.
Interest paid from the day that all deposits
are made.
Also \u25a0 two f2> per ceat per annum oald r>i
commercial deposits, snblect to ehpek. eretl-
lted monthly C. S. SCOTT. Cashier.
Dated. San Fr»ne|<»cr>. TVc. 4. I!Wt.
ASSESSMENT NOTICES.
NOTICE OF AS^HSSMFNT.
JESSIE GOLD MINING COMPANY, havlps
its principal place of business at r<x>m Hi, V«.
3X* Bush street. San Francisco. Stite of Cali-
fornia — Notice Is hereby «rlven that nt a mte*-
ing of the directors held oa the 7th «2a.v of
January. 1907. an assessment of 3'^ cents per
share was levied upon the capital stock of th»
corporation, payable on ' the Uth day of
February. 1907. to n. A. Lawton, treasnrpr.
at room 11.1. No. 339 Bnsh street, San Fran-
cisco. State of California. Any stock ' nyjrn
which this assessment shall remain unpaid on
the 11th day of February. 1307. wilt be delin-
quent and advertised for sale at public a:i"fl > " i n.
and. unless psvroent is msrie before, will J>"
sold on the 28th day of Kebrnary. 1007. at 1
o'clock p. m.. at the office of saW compan-.
No. 339 Bush street, room 115. to pay the de-
linquent assessment, together with cost of-
adTerttslng and expense* of sale. •
> F. W. HICK OX. Secretary pro tern.
LEGAL NOTICES ~7^
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER-
SHIP — Notice Is hereby given that, the part-
nership heretofore existing between "ALBERT
H. HAVES JR. and ANDREW C. DAM. which
said partnership has been engaged in the sale
of automobiles, etc., and conducted under tfc*
firm name and style of HAVES & DAM. wlt!i
its principal place of business located at No.
42S Golden Gate avenue, in the city and coun-
ty of San Francisco, State of California, ban
this day been dissolved by mutual consent of
the parties, and the said business will here-
after be conducted by the said ALBERT 11.
HAVES JR. under the name of "HAVES i
DAM.^' said ALBERT H. HAVES JR. bavins:
succeeded to all interest of ANDREW C. DAM
therein.
"ALBERT H. HAVES JR.
'\u25a0." ANDREW C. DAM.
Dated: January 8. 1907.
INVESTMENTS
DON'T SPECULATE. INVEST.
The Reker Drill Company Is incorporated under
the laws of the State of California, with a capi-
tal of $400,000. divided into 200,000 shares of $Z
each; the Reker drill has been examined by min-
ing experts of world-wide ; repnte and is pro-
nounced by them to be the superior of any other
drill in use at the present moment; we are now
selling the first allotment of 10,000 shares at $1
per share: now Is the time to "get tn on the
ground floor"; drill can be seen and will be dem-
onstrated at our ofOces dally from 9 a. m. to ft
p. m. and from Ip. m. to 8:30 p. m. INGRAM
CHAPMAN & CO.. Sole Fiscal Agents, 9_5 Gold-
en Gate aye.. San Francisco. . \u25a0 •
PATKNT— State Rights to Sell. *
One of the • greatest Inventions of the a;«:
good, practical business men - and promote™
1 wanted. - In full operation at the factory.- 101 a
i • Howard at. where all details will ba ex-
• plained. - \u25a0
STOCKS AND BONDS FOR SALE
\u25a0- INTER TRAIN TELEGRAPH CO.
This company . will be organized to promote
valuable PATENTS. \u25a0
Telegraphing from moving trains. Ground-
floor stock for promotion purposes for sale by
THE ALDEN CO.. 4«S 10TH ST.. OAKLANI*.
' MIXING AND ASSAYING
WAXTED-VTo meet a mining .man that . is in-
terested in Old Mexico that will grototake an
old prospector; best "of references." Box 40.
1096 Valencia st \u25a0,-.-. -
~ ....... KiNANCiALT" 1
COMPANIES INCORPORATED, and State: ex-
pert legal service; STOCK, and BOND Usues
placed; advice free. WM. L. STALEY A CO..
Delbert Building, Ysa >'esa and O'FarreU.
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