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\ 11. B. HOPPS. President.
ALC.\ KINDS OF ART{ LEADED AND MOSAIC
«,I.ASS lir. TURK: PHONE FRANKLIN 1703.
- ..By. B K y - I . X ? j ' ! :-? Sl}S 1 } V X< : ES J .-_.
% WESTERN INVESTMENT CO., $
.*- KW Market st., room 21S. $
$ UI'SINESS BROKERS — Phoni> Kearny ITOO. $
$ KAUOOX o;i Golden Cate ay.; doing nice $
S btudoes*; good sto»-k: rent ?4ti; price $1,000; $
. ffal. - !i<-o is a VERY GOOD BUY AT THIS $
$ I'RICK. $
$, DELICATESSES AND RESTAURANT; do- $
$ ii;? oner i' 1 " «2s>": ow <>f the best places in $
$_\u25a0 I.: orer (MM Ftork: rent SCO; price $
$ lilOOO; THIS PLACE IS WORTH MORE. $
"* $
$ DELICATESSEN AND LUNCH PARLOR; $
j otK V.\inz room; Hoars $125 uio.; good loca- $
S lion: $::2.">; reot Jl"> tno. $
j • ITU IT AND VEGETABLE STORE: doing S I
J .-; < AMI BUSINESS of J2.OH(i a itaonlh: <3is- j t
t* bj— eetoent of partners causes place to be S
i. -\u0084]<! quickly: $;>(•<) buys it. • $
> SALOON «>!i givxl corner: $25 rent:, lease; $
J }-Vii"": ibly will Msnd iuvesiipation. *
$ . OYSTER AND FISH MARKET: old cstab. $
f !>:]»-:i;f*>; liorsp and wagon; $40 day trade. s
? SALOON IN OAKLAND: on ' pood COR- $
$ NEB: n-nt $7.". mo.; l<-aso; $2.S day receipts; $
j <-\ ->m :• tins other l>usincti>: sacrificed for 5
$ fcl.yno. WESITJRN INV. CO., r« 21S. 5..0 $
"j M;::m1 M. • $
?_>>inftmt t t > t n m n
ssssssssssssssssssssss
STAM»ARP REALTY CO.. S
S 7"7 I'Mtinc !>n;i_inc. T<-1. Douclas 5534. S
\u25a0 S RELIABLE BUSINESS BROKERS S
v Are v.'ii lixikiiic for an opening in any line S
s .. r bofJnc«*l If so. favor v* with a call and S
s • BrOl be plea«e4 t« show you our list of S
RESTAURANTS. |j '
ROOMING HOUSES. S
NICKELODEONS, S
S \nfl many other lines, c'ive us a call hy all S
\u25a0S me»ii>. Wc'rcF'irf to liav^ just what" you S
S-'want. A*k alout tb- following: S
: s t Vaodevflte nn.l moving ptcrnre jhoatrr. $.",300 A
<'r..'»:siirsm: rent SrMl; M-ats 50; snap. . .$»;Tk) S
s Stluoti and liijtior store: in Mission. . .?l.OOij S
S r;,-n^vrtf>i->: <xtaWis!ied 12 vrars jI.V) r$
ysss. ssssysssss'ssssssss
->A— TIJi: FILLER COMPANY :
I.' PACIFIC BLIKI.. MARKET ST. AT 4TH.
SAN FRAXCISCO
PHOXES DOUGLAS 1023 AND J1023.
-\u25a0 .;:",
llijrh cla-s bosiof— I opportunities oonfidentinlly
;i i .andi<'ti. To sell or enlace in business ct rai^c
•a :i-iy l>o:ia tiile boalßesa. see us.
GOOD SALOONS.
s#\ ; , \u0084\s—2 Cr<t class downtown saloons; best
\u25a0 }o! rebsnn for telling: location, lease and price
-irh:. Oall for particulars.
• \u25a0SAI/>ON", $5Oi1; SALOON. $I,0(X): daily receipts
.:„\u25a0' Pacific building. Market st. kt 4th.
\u25a0-.'i"s..vl.l<r. i MAi.JNUS. BUSINESS BROKERS.
« MARKirr st. ni:au ellis. room 507.
SEE { S FOR BARGAIN'S IN
. lU;SINESg PLACES OF ALL DI^CRIPTIONS.
yj<> UEAKE— Store, partly quipped for r^siau-
_t : rsvA. lively town 30 mileis from S. I., facing
• •\u25a0'\u25a0•: iii leading hotel; rent $3T> per month;
; , :fwod nppartV&itT for a good, live man; in-
.,-,. vr>ti?atf. CLARKE & MAUN U.S. 830 Market
; ; : - \u25a0 st.. room 507.
; I-.r.r.'Xi bays HOTEL busings, centrally located
• \u25a0 in _t»oa country town, with first claw eomiaer- t
'•!al trade: 12 Iwdroonjs. large kitchen and I
(iiiiins r<Him wating 0,0 periwua; bar trade S2O
<i.-ii!> : fullrst investigation in vited. SEE
f T.AKKi; _ MAGNI.s, ,rs<( Market s-t., room
•\'~.
X X
I HAVE A SALOON TIIAT WILL CLEAR $300
T0, 5408 A MONTH for sale: price 51,600. I
i .in sr.iar'anto- this.
GEO. A. HEKRICK. 1003 MARKET ST.
. . -^
ALSO e»«1 t=aloon on East St.; price $1,000;
A.-. i <-.-,\u25a0 s:i!/>,n on Keamy st. near Market; price
*3.-,ViO. \u25a0 >.'*if
y<;i.o. A. HERRICK. 1005 MARKET ST.
<;illies & ro. "
COAPHOUSE. $<;o«i_Oi;e of th<* best paying in
Saa >!atfo CO.; <} room s; jrood furniture; elec-
tric piano: t-<ol >.to~k: rent bnly $40. with
;«i». GILLIES? & CO.. IO2S Market St., room
BLTCHEB Kbop. JRSO — ?50 daily; horse and
traces; marble counters: electric grinder; com- i
pstlac scale; rent (S3. GILI-lES & CO., 102S
Market M.. ruotn 22
t-hop. for cmA; call at oace.
7r* Pacific Imildlng.
. pay snot cash liigr rooming bouse, good loc. j
' ">U P.-ci!ic holding. j
' \\ANT!:i> sit on.-c. fur cash, good saloon.
t.v.» pp a <-:nc i.«:.idipg.
•J<'l( ralr — Soap: l-sr^ain tliis lifiy; restaurant.
. T.--9 Paritic l.aJdlng.
V.T will Bell y.iur ttu-. ati<l t-ivi- j— q square deal.
7r,f» Paflap building.
.-\ ALLACE BROTV'K CO.. r,w. Broker. Est. 18S6T
; • \ 7sy Mission st. near 4th.
•\ Braach U_terjr; 2 fcruithed r>x>ms; Knap.
.>-.'•". \u25a0 -I'^iiiut, takf, cash, restaurant; ?is wk. J
\u25a0 . >7."i -I'Mtti'-r. ols>e bu^iapsi'. $o>> tnouth.
. \u25a0 >•:.<.. -W oiil. SL.UOO: statiouery, notions.
.: i \u25a0:.< : i-lcar* Jl4O month; 3 rooms.
.*<,(>\u25a0- liakfry. grocery, notion*- ; 2 r<joms, fur-
. if Tf ntie license.
WAIXACE l:I:-t\\"N <."0.. TK* Mission St.. nr. 4th.
<;i:or]'l:v — I har»- tlu- nicest paylns: procery in
:he city; am iuK-resteci in lar?e businf^ss anil
nil! step into t'amf January 15; a bargain to
rijrht party i* sold l>efor«» January IS: doing $r>o
• 'xily; rent $35: fully worth your time tv ia-
u-stlpite thit; trial Apply 102b Market
- st.. room 22. *.
.- I NL'ICD some money to make nimpU-ie Mif-.-css uf
Bfilendld mining property. I will make rich j
'\u25a0\u25a0 Tiif. .persons who bclj' me right now. If you J
ii«v«> J.VK) or more investigate tui* at once. |
'.. .. Honorable troatnif-at jrnarautf^d ; pnmi security
. \u25a0 lor m-aey. Address Miner. P. O. b<ix 474, .Saa
..' 1 Tur.t-lyro. ;
• FOB vßlf— Th* LH-«t jaying aud t— st equipped j
.KUjotnebilp repair shop in California; a fevr \u25a0
\u25a0 : -_hotirs' ride froui San Francisco: big. light. !
;- .Vurtnv. roomy aud fln-proof: e*tj_Usiied trade; !
V , • WW autonujMlw in tin:, vicinity; owu'T sick; ]
. ; - .iiivist pell; $5,000 .-asii will sn-ing ihv deal;
.Italcace on time. AJdresi bes 2240. Call of-
'"'. -,&£". Francisco. Cal:
-, ioil^nNT— offici: at 1051 fillmore st.:
. " GROUND FLfK>B; SNAP; MUST BE TAKKN*
\u0084- ..AT ONCE. FOR RENTAL. ADDUESS JJOX
' 2225.. CALL OFFICE.
:"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ::.- - ' m:
, TSAKERY. rent $40; jrood- buy at SSOO: butcher
;r : - shop, rent ?lfi. pric only $200: hotel aad bar
in trood location, $2,500: rooming honscs at any
price. $400 aDd up: saloons, cigar stands, in
fact anything you want. Cull and &cc our list.
i :!fis the lwpcst in Oakluud. i. HAY SMITH
CO.. $72 Broadway. Onkland.
WANTED — By owners of a Standard drilling
ii>r. money to operate in Korn county oil
fieidh, for one-half interest la ground drilled;
oaid ground joins producing property: r«*for-
• nfen fornislipii. Inquire A. 11. LEE. <'on-
tinental hot<-L Ullis street. San Franei«fo, OaL' j
INVEST IN" CALIFORNIA— We have uniimitf^i j
opportunities lor investors and *p<t-u!ators in
our land*, mines, factories, oommrrcial enter-
prises, corporations, etc.; Inform us what you
waat or write for onr bulletin. PACIFIC PRO-
MOTION ANII DEVELOPMENT COMPANY,
i>~\ MonarJnwk building. San Francisco. Cal.
(THE FULLER COMPANY OF OAKLAND,
y IS BROADWAY.
PHOXES: OAK. 2705. HOME A-1001.
Mii^t tpll; party going sway January 15; livery
fiij<i boarding stable: .'5O steady boarders: good
lUery outfit: iiiveKtisrat"?. See THE FULLER
COMPANY. 9\h Brc^dway.
GOOD otiportunity; butcher shop to rent, all fur-
nished: the place i« a grocery and Iruit store;
good bus.ness. C 23 LarLin et. bet. Ellis and
, Eddy.
PARTNER ~ anted vrith Sj.OOO to establish
brokerage and oonim isslmi business; splendid
opportunity for rigtt party. Address box 2054.
«"all ofp'-e.
?l.Vt, with n*»rvices, secures to a steady man a
half int«rei<t in « busings r*t*bliKhed for
yrnm will pay S7r. to fion r-^r month each;
-..\u25a0...,,. unnecf^sary. 90fi Market Kt.. r. 7.
COMMERCIAL AUDIT CO.. Burinew Broker*^
luvesunentjt thoroughly .investigate! and safely
placed. We »««Ut tbe seller and protect buyer.
SVj Metropolis Bank Ndj:. i phone Sntter 10.
RESTAURANT for m!p: will n*t 40 people; re-
neipti will Bvenfe $30 p«r day; go^xl location:
•ill take J.VjO cash. For information call at
1 \u25a0"• V_u Ness ay.
lOR sale— A p<^ni peyißg route on The Call in
Alam-da county. Apply to J. It. LENHART.
Cinnlatloa I>«-pt.. S. K. C«!l. 3<l and Market.
ITR sail — a «ri"Xl iip«rspiii»'T rout*" In a cood
• ::-irw in thf* Hty. Apply to 3. R. LEN-
HAKT. Circulation Dn'»rtment. S. F. Call.
FOB s*l<- or exrbange for farm land: a fine
Jmkery and luiu'h room; good business: price
52.200. Address R.. Call agency, San Jose. Cal.
INVESTORS -nnted at .100 7th »=t., Oakland.
twjth hmell amount of. oapltal. witi or without
*«Tii--<'; psod income: investigate.
MLOON snd dining nx»rn : transfer corner; will
*t reasonable price. The Pacific. ISOI
. I'olfo— Ft. corner I4th.
FRiriT market, lialf Intcrc-st: receipts. J^J day^
rent *»« month. OWL INVESTMENT. 1555
y"?so- st. : . - ; . -
II" j"u are looking for lorntlon for delicatessen
'\u25a0r any l>usjn«>s(> nee 3252 Sacramento f.t.
NATIONAL KF.AI. ESTATE AND BUSINESS'
BUoKnilS. t»GC Market St.. room 7.
II"! 'TE no this pgper for sale— Oakland and
/ ]>T_«!er. I'bone l'tedmont _A*l. :
f • MNKSs <stalilishfd xinoe ISBO for «ale on
/ «'f»unt nf m health: fIO.QOO. 'Pox 2251. Call.
;FO« *r.U— l'art Interest in a hiz paying «a!oon
A. CAMERON & CO.,
714 MARKET ST.. MAGEE BLDG.,
Opposite The Call.
Room 301. Phone Douglas 4379; C 4379.
BANK REFERENCES.
HOTELS, ROOMING AND APARTMENT
HOUSES. FLATS.
SACRIFICE— Swcllest 100 rm. apt. house; cheap
rent; elegantly furn.: clears $300 mo.; obliged
to leave city; hence this bargain.'
SEE THIS 50 room nr. Market house; rent $5
rm.; bot and cold water; big snap; $1,500.
BEAUTIFUL little apt. house, 40 rooms; 2 and
.'{ rooms; cheap rent;, choice loca.; bargain.
MONEY maker — 33 rooms, busy street; rent
$123: hot. cold water; good fur.; snap; $I.SOO.
CHOICE cor., C 2 rooms, downtown; ' private
baths; cheap rent; part down, balance time.
AA— BURNHAM & COMPANY. 520 Phelan bldg.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL OR EX-
CHANGE REAL ' ESTATE. ROOMING
HOUSES. HOTELS. OR ANY BUSINESS
PROPOSITIONS. CALL ON. WRITE OR
PHONE DOUGLAS r.OOS. HOME CS9OS.
IN TOUCH WITH ALL BARGAINS ALWAYS.
1760. ROOMING HOUSE. $700.
2i> rooms, well furnished: running water; cheap
rent: r-learing $U*» p«>r month. Only with
CILLir.S & CO.. n>2s Market St.. room 22.
FOR sale — Beautifully equipped boarding liousp
at Mcrifi>e: finp business and location; Miap
in rent. 1390 Harrison ft.. OHklaud.
snap!
Houpo of 12 rVionis, partly furnished; rents
$4O: muM sell by Jan. 10; very cheap for cash.
SO2A 3d ft.
ROOMING BDOITSH for *nle: pood transient cor-
n«»r house. sr..TU Franklin yt.. Oakland.
PARTNER wanted in a well established real es-
tate firm; no experience required, but must
lmve business ability and first class references.
Boy 3925. Call office. Oakland. -
<_ EI)LC.U'IO\AI. .
ITALIAE POLVTKCHNICUM. Prof. C. o. Sbar-
na — Day ami eve. classes in fret-hand mid me-
chanical desigu; special courses In architecture
and paint inp. New Era building. 1151 Polk
st. cor. Sutter.
A — PAUL GKRSOX DRAMATIC SCHOOL—
Largest training school of acting in America:
. position secured; <> months' graduating course;
send for catalogue. Countryman building, 915
Van Ness ay.
SPANISH ACADKMY— Pure Spanish taught.
Rooms 20.VN-10 Countryman bldg.. Van Ness
ay. and Eliis st.
\u25a0 ENGlNEERlNG— Civil. 'electrical, raining, mech..
Mirvey. assay, cyanide; day. eve.: est. 15(54.
Van <\ct Naillen School. Blwt anil T«-1.. Oakland.
DANCING. Flndlay'a. 3245 ICth Rt.. b.illrooni
and stage: class Mon.. Wed. and Kri. evgs. j.
sorial.j >trictlr fpltH-t: private les<nn«i dally.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUA<;ES. 2531
Washlngtou st. uear Fillmore— Send for cir-
cular.
MUSIC studio. 1311 Devisadero st.. piano and
violin taught: conservatory method: terms reas.
SPANISH. French or Italian taught in conver-
sation. PROF. HIDALGO, rm. 409, S:{o Market.
NYREN Academy. 2514 Pine St.; select school
for children, from kindergarten to high school.
KENT Law School— lSth 'year: day time, 916
Phelan bldg.: evening. 202S Green st.
FRENCH— Popular classes, $2.50 per month. THE
LAFAYETTE SCHOOL, 1021. Van Ness ay.
I VAUDEVILLE tanpht: alt its branches: private
lesson*. G. G. Dramatic School, 82G Eddy st.
PP.OF. T. A. ROBINSON. Individ. Inst. math..
ho^kkeeping. Fng. : day, ove. ."07 Haight st.
' lIUSIXESS
A — Metropolitan Bus. Col.. 1490 Market at Van
Ne*j«: new quertprs: day. evp. Write for b'klet.
MERRILL-MILLER COLLEGE. 733 Flllraore St.;
a select soliool of business; day and eve.
DUDLEY Buslnes* College, day and evening.
Mission Bank bldg., 16th st. near Mission.
SAN FRANCISCO Business College. f)CS Market
Ft. at Eddy. Day or evening sessions.
ALL court reporters recommend Gallagher-Marsh
Business Collect. 12.V. Market st.
UKALD'B .Bcßiness Coilepe and School of En-
gj peering. 42.' V>»AHNt«M- "t.
JOHN R. RUCKSTKLL. C. P. A.. 806-308 Claus
Stireck»ls < Call » h'lildlng: phone Kearny 4151.
&'\u25a0£.
MARK LANE. Notarr Public and Commissioner
«>f r>r*>rid. 24.t Bimb v "hone Kearny 2020.
I
| ATTOKXEYS
I AA— DIVORCE: coits. 512: quick, quiet; advice
free: no charge unless successful: title to real
«state restored; bankruptcy; probating of es-
tatf-s; general practice. 102S Market St.. r. 12.
FREE advice on laws pertaining to divorce, wills,
corporations, pensloas. estates and . general
practice by reUatile »nd experienced attorneys:
o;*n evenings. «31 pacific building.
A yriCK, quiet, complete divorce for $20; open
Thursday evenings. 1112 Market rt.. room 122.
lIARRIB <V HESS; attorneys at law. W. T. Hess.
Notary puMl'". Itooina 110S-14 t^'all building.
I'ATEXT ATTORNEY'S
DEWEYJ STRONG & CO.— Founded 1SG0: U. S.
and foreijrn parents; Investors' guides; 1.000
mechanical movements free. 1100 Merchants'
Exchange building. San Francisco.
CARLOS P. GRIFFIN, late examiner U. S. pat-
ent office. 1201-2 Metropolis bank — Parents,
trfldemarks and copyrights; tel. Kearny 4513.
MARRY a SCIIRQEDEB; U. S. and foreign pat-
<;Us. US Ist Nat'l 15k.. Oak.; phone Oak. 2751.
so.VNTAGS American and Foreign Patent AgVy.
establisbf-d ISO 9. Balboa bldg.. Market and 2d.
\u25a0 THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 10.11 FILLMOKE ST.
Am IFICIAL te<-th: this one thing I do. Dr. C. E.
Wilson. 323 Geary, suite CO5; teL Doug. x 4300.
DR. t'DW. PERKINS. BS3 Market opp. Powell,
suite 1. 2d floor — Bridge work. Ph. Dang. 5137.
HiLL, DR. LUDLUM. Mulrboad building. Mar-
ket. Hayes and Lirkin sts. : pas given.
IJH. IRA G. LEEK— AII kinds of dental work.
\u25a0'.1.-. FillmoTP st. near Oak.
MEDICAL J^jj
A'iTIiNTION, ladies— Dß. LEWIS. 933 Market
st. bet. sth and 6th. world renowned specialist
for women only; uo delays or disappointments;
relief guaranteed by most superior painless
invthodg known to fncdlral science; most ob-
t-'linate cases troated; all female complaints
aud irregularities treated: have no hesitancy
if in ceed of my services; absolutely harmless;
low fevs. By t-ousulting an eminent specialist
you have time an<l money. Advice .free. 10
a. in. to 4 p." in. and U to 9 p. in.; Sundays,
II a. hi. to 2 p. in.
j MILS. DR. PHILLIPS, leading specialist In fe-
male complaints, has brought happiness to
thousands of anxious women: never had a sin-
gle failure; cases quickly relieved or no charge
whatever: no pain, no danger, uo Interference
wllti work; absolutely safe and harmless; most
comfort aMe private home for ladles; trained
nurses; doctor's care when desired: hours, 10
to $: Snndays. 2 to 3; advice free. MKS. DR.
PHILLIPS. 2752 Howard st. near 24th.
MRS. DR. HOLMS', graduate ladles' specialist,
treats all ailments of women by a aafc and
sure method without delay. Travelers success-
fully treated and can return borne same day.
Advice free and confidential; hours J) to 5. Son-
tlay 10 to 2. 744 Turk «t. near Van Ness ay.
MRS. DR. MARY ADAM, reliable specialist;
cures all ladies' complaints successfully: good
home for confinement: consultation free. Hours
1-5 p. m. :>OO4 Frultvale ay.. East Oakland.
Dlt. EMEIISON. specialist In women's troubles;
. satisfaction guaranteed or no charge: consulta-
tion free: hours, 10 to 5: evenings. 7 to 9:
Sunday?. 12 to 2. 1304 FILLMORE cor. Eddy.
LE MERE'S FEMALE SUPPOSITORIES
Never fail : safe and reliable. For sale at all
<!ru»r stores. $1 a box. ..
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. IJOS VALENCIA ST.
. PHYSICIAXS
DR. MAR DON. noted doctor Chinese empire. 768
Clay. S. X. : knowledge inherited through 7 gen-
iraiiuiif : cures all aliments of human system
with teas: carefully i^lected herbs; cons. free.
AA— Dr. MARK Q.i YING, Chinese herb special-
ist. 727 Washington et. ; hours 9 to 12: branch
office 1408 Geary St., hours 1 to 5 p. m. ; con-
sultation free.
UR. BEN & FOON CHINESE HERBS C 0. —20
yearn of experience: cures all ailments by
wonderful method. 2225 Sutter: brs. 8:30 to 7.
_____________ _
HF.RB DOCTOR. Permanently located.
12CS O'Farrell st., bet. Gouch and Octavla.
MATERXITV
STRICTLY private home for confinement cases;
resident phj-slclan In' attendance; best refs.
1 131 Laguna st. cor. Eddy : phone West 6081.
S. F. LYING IN HOME, 1191 Oak Xt. — Adoption;
-: diseases women and children:^confinement (25.
PACIFIC Coast Convalescent Home— First class
in every respect; contagious work prohibited;
graduate nurse in charge; terms reasonable in
advance. ., 2807 Piedmont ay., Berkeley, Cal.
.- Phone Berkeley . 3590. . . .-'
A — PRIVATE home for the pick; confinement
specialty; adoption :*\u25a0 special -treatment for all
female troubles. 171 East 14th bt.. Oakland. I
THE SAy\u25a0^^••FßAyClSCO:\u25a0^^UA\u25a0LL•;\u25a0. / OFBIDAY;•Vv^J2V^^IJAiR^^•7v:;/^l9lo>
lIOME and care for ; invalids*'- or \u25a0 aged persons.
3421 25th st: nr. Mission: phone Mission 4K20.
RICORD CELEBRATED PREPARATIONS for
men's private diseases. \u25a0•._ Sold only by \u25a0 E. B.
JORGENSON, 644 Kearny st., San Francisco.
Mail : orders a specialty. . Send : . for . circular;
SANDERSON'S CO. savin and rotton root pills;
sure remedy for female troubles; price $2 per
box.- Red Raven Drug Co.. 912 -Market st. v
SEXOID, a marvelous cure for weakness in men;
money returned if it falls; price $I' per box.
\u25a0'Red Raven Drug Co., 912 Market Bt. . v .
TRUSSES that fit; seamless elastic' hosiery.
Clnrk-Ganrtlnn Trngs Co.. 110S Market ppp. 7th.
lIEAI.TH MOVEMEXT '..__-
"VIAVI SCIENCE. OF HEALTH," natural non-
surgical; cloth bound, 400 page book free.' Ap-
ply by mall. 636 Pine st. : Leeturo for women
Thursday at 2:30 p. m. .
CHIROPODISTS
AA— MRS. DR. {'ANNIE R. GASS. 133 Geary
St.; tol. Douglas 4770; res; tel. Franklin '!«o.
CORNS removed 1 25e; Ingrown nails; bunions,
wnrts rnr^d. DR. DT'NCAN. ISO Sntter st.
SERNBORGS INSTITIJTE — Nervous and Rheu-
matic diseases cured by electric and massage
treatment. 501 Westbank building, S3O Market
St.; Douglas 5331. •"
AIRORA INSTITUTE for PHYSIOTHERAPY,
4H3 OTARRKI.L. If others fail to cure you,
come and sco IS: onr method Is milck and pure.
_. THERAPEUTIC TRBATMBXT
MASSAGE Institute, formerly' 1523 Devisadero,
now 421-23-23 Whitney bldg.. 133 Geary St.;
Mmc mang. Mrs. Huntington. Patients Invited.
MKI'HANO and Electrical Therap. teratment by
profea. nissseuse. 2CK)7 Sutter. Hilda C. Jonsson.
LYDIA SMITH: health treatment: oil. electric.
salt glow. Apt. 3ri. 1300 Golden Gate ay.
H £AXDI DEAJ^ES S\^»g
ALSO ear noises positively cured; one week free.
DR. COTTIXGIIAM. S3O Market St.: hro. 10-4.
MATRIMONIAL
DO not be deceived; the only reliable matrimo-
nial 'bureau you will find at MRS. A. . WOL-
TKR'S. 1~-*»2 Geary st. : establlsheil In 1900.
GENTLEMAN of*2s wishes to meet young lady;
object matrimony. Box 220. J. Call office. . ..•\u25a0
ELITE marriage bureau "" for lonely people; de-
tails 25c: ladies free. 9.14 Broadway. Oakland.
THE Oakland matrimonial bureau; ladles free.
510 20th St.. Oakland.
BUSIJ^S£J^J^SOJVAjLS^
A—wigs and TOUPEES that defy detection; yen-
' til.itrd; perapiration doesn't affect- them; wig
making a life study: men's private wig depart-
ment. 2271 Cal. St., near Webster. Mr. G.
Lederer in charge. LADIES' HAIR GOODS—
Transformation, switches, puffs, artistic wig
making. shampooiug. G. LEDERER. ISO!)
Fillmore st. nriir Sutter. Established ISOG.
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON removes superfluous
hHir, elwtrie needle process; 20 years' prac-
tice; gray hair colored nnd restored; experts
only; facial treatment; moles, freckles, pim-
ples removed: Tuyinal, a French cure for over-
fat people. 1008 Sutler nr. Hyde; t. Frank. ss7!).
ALLEN RUG WORKS, successors to George Mat-
thew — Artistic hand loom weavers,- fluff rugs
made from old carpets: send for circulars.
909 Buena Vista ay.. Alameda. Cal.
A — SCALP and skin specialist, . electric treat-
ment, shampooiug. manicuring; guarantee to
remove the worst double chin In 12 treatments.
51S-19 Westbank bldg. •
HOT salt water baths, electric baths, massage.
gymnasium for pcicntlflc exercislng.i Rooms
30K-30SA Union Square building, 300 Post st.
PROFESSOR I.ERWICK. \u25a0. , ,
AA — Mme. Houston, b'-ii Whitney bldg. — French
fillisig process by expert dermatologist; la-
dies and gentlemen; satisfaction guaranteed.
MRS. L. E. HARTMAN. M. T.. uiassaee and
electricity: rheumatic and nervous diseases.
637 Whitney bldg.. 133 Geary st.
ELECTRO Therman Inst. — Rheumatism, nervous
diseases, colds, skin diseases; massage. MRS.
E. SANDBERG, ISO 2. Fillmore; phone W. .1480.
FRANKLIN Electric Institute — Treatment for
rheumatism, lumbago, sprains and scalp. Room
354-6 Pacific bldg.. 821 Market; open evenings.
UNCALLED for suits, overcoats and trousers at
less than cost at CHAS. LYONS' the London
tailor. 1432 Fillmore, bet. Ellis and O'Farrell.
LADY cures all ailments of feet, corns, bunions,
etc., without pain; eastern method. 1210 Mc-
Allister st. near Fillmore.
MAGNETIC physical bcalln?; spine and nervous
trouble. MRS. HOLSIIOUSER. 351 Pacific bldg.
THE best $20 suits to order in the city; try one.
XEUHAfS. tbe tailor, 500 Market Bt.
LADY wh<heB a few patrons for scalp treat-
ments. 1112 Market st.; phone Market 2630. "
ELEC. vibratory; select patrons. 1)43 Van Ness
ay. cor. O'Farrt-H st.. suite 307-'iQ9:'no sign.
MRS. MANNING— Medical massage and baths.
170 D O'Farrell. apt. 1-2; member A. T. P. A.
ELECTRIC vibration health massage: baths.
MRS. L. JOHNSON. 005 10th Bt.. Oakland.
HOT Bait baths (medical l, massage for both
sexes. . 526 9th St.. Oakland.
GOLDSTEIN CO.. theatrical and masquerade cos-
tuiners. removed to BS3 Market st.,o|m. Powell.
ELEC. vibratory; select patrons. 943 Van Ncsa
ay.. cor. O'Farrell St.. suite 307-309: no sign.
.SPIRITUALISM
AA— MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium;
consultation $1, at her home, 1164 O'Farrell;
by letter, 4 questions, $1; phone Franklin 5024.
MADAM GRIFFIN — Medium and healer; circle
Thursday, 3 p. m. ; readings daily; class Fri-
day, 8 p. tn. y'JO McAllister Bt. near Buchanan.
MME. DR. LARSON, trance medium; consulta-
tion daily: psychic healing. 20t»i) Sutter st.
MRS. L. H. KINNAIRD, ord.; con. daily. 10-4;
circlrs Suu.. Mod., Wed.. S p.m. 1439 Fillmore.
Mrs. Ida Griffin. 990 McAllister st. nr. Buchan-
an; read, daily. Tues., Tbur.. Sun., 8 p. m. 10c.
MISS M. WILLE, medium, crystal eeeress. can
Ik- consulted on all matters. 1164 O'Farrell st.
MRS. S. SEAL, spirit tnln.: consultations dally;
offirintrs inarriasr-s. funerals. 7Sd McAllister, j
A— "~ HENRY MANSFIELD. "~
World's greatest trance clairvoyant/palmist, as-
trologer, mental telepathist, will cause things
to be as you dvsire; tells everything, names, i
dates,- Important information; all revealed;
health, love, marriage, bus., mln., treasure,
changes, law* suits; imparts good luck; removes ;
evil Influences. 1302 KILLMORE ST. cor. Eddy. I
FOIt READINGS BY MAIL. SEND $1.
A — W. B. GARLAND.
World's greatest clairvoyant, tells full names and
everything you wish to know without you writ-
ing a word. Hours. 10 a. m. to Sp. m.
1445 Fillmore st. near O'Farrell."
FOR READINGS BY MAIL SEND $1.
MR. CAXAN, clairvoyant, gives advice on love,
law, marriage, all matters; special," $2 read-
Ings this week r>oc. 2000 Sutter near Fillmore.
MADAME AUGUST,, clairvoyant; truth or no
pay: 50c readings. 333 San Carlos a y. bet.
20tb and 21st sts. above Mission; hours, 10 to 9.
MRS. WILHELMY. honest, reliable card reader.
IS Beaver st., Mkt. at. bet. Xoe and Caetro.
MME. STARR of 1241 Broadway, Oakland, now
1122 Market St.. S. F.. rm. 33; . truth or no pay.
MRS. FISHER: gifietf card 'reader, oalinist, 25c,
r>»e. Room 31. :W'i Eddy st.
PALMISTRY -
REV. MME. BUSHNELL. formerly 919 Jones, now
. 201> Kfiirny: 9 to 5 ex. Sun.: \u25a0 tel. Douglas 3070;
- ; :\u25a0\u25a0 _ -.
E. F. WAYLAND & CO.. BROKERS.
474 Monadnock bldg., '.Sau Francisco, Cul.
STOCKS OFFERED FOR QUICK jSAi—JS*
100 shares Mascot Copper Co. (i]> $5.00
noo shares Section Six Oil Co. C«t . .r>7
2,200 Comstock Golden Gate..... tfj ,'„!
JiOO shares Tenipior Ranch Oil C0;.. ..C./ .is
1,000 uhares Spring Tire C0.^. ...... ...ftc .:{.\u25a0>
700 Yiiba Cons. (Jold Mining C 0... .. .fifi^o
1.000 shares Coalinga" Aladdin Oil .'»{ .21
100 shares Illinois Crude Oil. ;. ...... ;<ic .45
\u25a0 2(M) shares Natomas Cons, ol Cal, ;...'. *i« 25. W»
120 shares Boschke Dredger. ;. .. ::.';. «fi 'vl.no
OW) sharps Pacific States Petroleum. :".<§>»"\u25a0\u25a0 \55
25 Burllngaine \u25a0-Typewriter i . ..;.\u25a0. . . .*.?«.'\u25a0 2.50
25 TeleiKwt S. A. \u25a0& 3 Convertibles. :r<s - t «.5O
•20 Chicago- X.; Y. Elec- Alr'.Llne. . . .(it "3.50
,'. ;.2 Hidalgo Rubber • Plantation. . . .'. .'. , Wanted
. DON'T BUY UNLISTED OIL STOCKS .
Without sending '• for ' our price , list.:' published
daily. \u25a0 We .-are located in: the commercial center
of the Kan Joaquin valley oil -fields and are buy-
lug and selling these stocks on a close brokerage
basis. -Our "letter offers statements .of
1 ..• ' financial and physical condition and a num-
ber; of properties," stock " in *: which are . good
"buys"- today. \u25a0\u25a0 • \u25a0 \u25a0 •
W- w FRED W. GREGORY. &CO.. INC.. •
. . Fresno; CaL -. \u0084: " ..:'-
SPECIAL bargains lv Templor- Ranch.". Mndicon
and " % Redwood * oil stocks.' Address. H. -W.
lIUTCHIXSOX." 822 Turkst. "-V .:. : . .•\u25a0'-. . .
6 PER CENT bondf" for 'sale; A free of taxes."
PACIFIC : COAST TRUST COMPANY. =
307 ; Chronicle. Bnllding;;/) , ._
COLUMBIA MARBLE .; QUARRIES * .-(lnc.)-— l3
" year 5% bonds, with Rtock bonus $300.; for sale
at 90% . I). . E. BESECKER. 248 Pacific \u25a0 bUg:
WE, have a' market for all stocks. INTERSTATE
COMMERCIAL'SALES CO.'. ; 1047 Phelan bldg.:
OCEAN SHORE RY. BONDS FOR SALE. D; E."
". BESECKER, 218 PACIFIC-BUILDING.. '
..:. FIXAXCiAIy ; .; : . \u25a0 """ '" "\u25a0'^^;'
"ABBOTT buys bonds''; ' Ocean' Shor^;; also'Cal.';
- Safe Dep. books; money lent..- 414 .Market st.
COMPANIES incorporated and organized; most
*' favor, charters. Nat'l Inc. Co., 811 Mills bldg.
.GOLD ' Amalgam, rich "ore bough t: cash; assay-
"i ing 00c. : ;-i PIONEER ASSAY CO., 131 sth st.
\u25a0 near Howard. - ' : *
'•^^ . -J:_ /_-^'_ \u25a0'_
AA^-MONEY ~~~ MONEY~~ MONEY
LET US ADVANCE YOU THE CASH TO SUP-
PLY YOUR WANTS. REASONABLE COST.
MONTHLY PAYMENTS. QUICK SERVICE.
HONEST DEALINGS. EVERYTHING PLAIN
AND STRAIGHTFORWARD. LOOK UP OUR
PLAN AND BE CONVINCED THAT OURS IS A
SQUARE DEAL.- CALL, WRITE Otf PHONE.. :
..HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO., .
357-3r.9 Pacific bldg., 4th and Market sts.
. Phones — Douslas 3265, Home J1741. - >
Oakland cfflce^slS-519 First National bk bldg.
ALL SALARIED EMPLOYES— SALESMEN,
CLERKS,, BOOK KEEPERS. WAGE EARN-
ERS can get from us on their own note. CON-
FIDENTIALLY: no red tape methods: ,
$15 — Rppay |4.00 month, $1.00 weekly.
' $25 — Repay $6.65 month, $1.65 weekly.
: f 3o— Repay $S.OO month, J2.00 weekly.
$50— Repay ?13.35 month, $3.35 weekly.
$75— Repay $20.00 month, $5.00 weekly.
THE ROYAL IN V. CO.. 750 PHELAN BLDG.
. QUICK LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE.
Begin the new year right. - If you have a steady
position and owe a number of small bills we
will advance you the. money, to pay them and
you can' repay us In small payments to suit j
• your convenience. Strictly confidential. We
are leaders because of our low rates and cour-
teous treatment. GREAT NORTHERN LOAN
CO , 616 Phelan bldg., 6th floor.- Open until 6
p. m. Mon. aud Sat, evenings until 8 o'clock.
SALARY LOANS! ' SALARY LOANS!
If you need ready, money now you will find our
method and rates the best in the city. Get
your bills paid and owe one party by borrowing
on your personal note. : Your, employer never
kuows of any transaction at our office..: Re-
bates given. No endorser. \u25a0> WESTERN LOAN
CO.. 408 Call bldg. : Open' till 6' p.. m. Mou-
days and Saturdays until 8 p.m. \u25a0 . .\u25a0 -
AA STRICTLY confidential; loanson furniture,
pianos, livestock, warehouse receipts or secur-
ity of any kind; loans can be. repaid in easy
weekly, monthly or yearly payments; it is
easier to pay one than a number; don't fall to
call and see us. ILLINOIS FINANCE CO.;
formerly ILLINOIS TRUST CO., 1516 Eddy
st:. half block from Fillmore. .-\u25a0\u25a0..
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos and other
security; lowest rates; most favorable terms
In the city; see others,, then see me and be
convinced; I will save yon money; $2.25 week-
ly - repays $50 loan. Phone Market ' 3029.
GEORGE W. MILLER. 3009 16th st. south-
west corner Mission, room 35.
MONEY loaned salaried people, women keeping
house and others, upon their own names, wlth-
ont security; easy payments; save money by
here; offices In 65 principal cities.
TOLMAN, room 1)51 Phelan bldg., San Fran-
cisco, and room 9, 460 13th St., Oakland.
MONEY LOANED.
Persons in salaried positions; no security re-
quired; rates and terms reasonable and fair; our
methods please our clients.
FRANCIS SMITH CO., 304 Metropolis Bank bldg.
FURNITURE— "^ '\u25a0 \u25a0 - • : "
\u25a0 - LIFE INSURANCE-
SALARIES—
Wage Earners' Investment and Loan Company,
443 .Pine St..
Permanently SALARIED persons and OTHERS
with FIXED incomes can obtain IX) ANS with-
out endorsers at reasonable .rates, .to be re-
paid in EASY installments as EARNED, at 433
PHELAN BLDG. Phone Douglas 3244. . *
AAA — Wage earners, either men or women, can
make a loan In strictest confidence at the Em-
ployes' Credit Co., room 424. Monadnock bldg.
AAA — SALARIED men and women accommodated
without delay or publicity, Home Credit and
Investment Co.. C 23 Pacific bnildlng, sth floor.
SALARY loans—Ladies and gentlemen without
security; notes and commercial paper bought.
313 Merchants' E». bldg.; phone Douglas 1411.
ON furniture, pianos or any security. BECKER,
Monadnock building. CSI Market St.. room 403.
ON furniture arid pianos; no removal. TRE-
MAIN, room 811~, 533 Market, next Emporium.
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without in-
dorper. MORRELL, 1022 Monadnock building.
Sam Raphael, 5 Powell — Lib. loans on diamonds
and Jewelry; low rates; burglar proof vaults.
SAI^ARY loans; other propositions. \u25a0 San Fran-
cisco Discount Agency.' 4ll Pacific building.
MOXEYTO LOA.V— REAI. ESTATE
AAA— LICK LOAN CO., S3 Montgomery Bt.
\u0084 DEAL DIRECT, ANY AMOUNT.
' Ist and 2d mortgages and Installment loans
in any ' part of San Francisco.
Lick building, room 101. Doug. 301G, C 3016.
ANY- amount; lowest rates on first and' second
mortgages on real estate, legacies, undivided
Interest, estate In, probate; no delay. R. Mc-
COLGAN. 20 Montgomery, st., rooms 314-315.
INY ii mount on real estate jflrstiy, second mort-
gages or any secnrlty;-no delay; lowest rates.
O. W. BECKER. Monadnock bldg.. 6SI Market.
HERMAN MURPHY, ISO Sutter St., rms. 301-2. \
Second mortgages, estates, legacies. _______
IjEga^^o^tices^ " .<£J*uii
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS.
SAN DIEGO ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
Pursuant to the provisions of a deed of ttust
of the SAN" DIEGO ELECTRIO RAILWAY
COMPANY to the UNION TRUST COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO, dated December 10,
1908, said San Diego Electric Railway Com-
pany paid on January 3, 1910, 'to said Union
Trust Company of San Francisco, as trustee,
the sum of seventy-five thousand ($75,000)
dollars Into the sinking fund created und pro-
vided by said instrument.
: PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
said Union Trust Company of San tranelsco,
as trustee, does hereby Invite bids for the
sale to it of a sufficient amount of the tonds
of said San > Diego Electric Railway Company
as shall be necessary for the 'investment of
said sum of seventy-five thousand ($75,000)
dollars. On receipt of bids tbe lowest lads. If •
at a price not higher than a 4 per cent basis,
will be accepted to the extent of the moneys
In the hands of the trustee for that purpose,
and bids so purchased shall be cancel?d to
that extent. In the event that equal bids
are received the trustee shall determine by
lot which of said bids, to accept. Said bids
shall be delivered to the undersigned In a
sealed envelope, which shall have marked
* thereon the following words:. "Bid for. the
sale of bonds of the San Diego Electric Rail-
way Company.'.' Said -bids shall be opened
and accepted to the extent of the -money In
said sinking fund on the seventh day of Feb-
ruary. 1910. at 2 o'clock p. :m., at the office
of the undersigned, 2 Montgomery street, San
Francisco, California. .. The application of said
moneys \u25a0In said sinking fund and the purchase
of bonds therewith shall \u25a0be " done In accord-
ance with the provisions of/ said deed of
trust, reference to the same being hereby
UNION TRUST COMPANY OF SAN FRAN-
CISCO, TRUSTEE.
By 11. VAN LUVEN. Secretary.
2 Montgomery street, city and county of San
Francisco, state of California. . . } : * ,
Dated San Francisco. January 3. 1910. ':-\u25a0\u25a0
DIVIDE\U NOTICES OF TH E -
ASSOCIATED SAVINGS BANKS
- : _°J^SAX^FgAXCISCO ;:
OFFICE oT^HEhIbUBNIA ~SAvTnGS~AND
LOAN SOCIETY, comer Market, McAllister
and Jones sts., San Francisco, December 29,
1909. Dividend notice— At a meeting of the
board of directors- of this society, held this
day. a dividend has been declared at tbe rate
of three and three-fourths (3%) per cent per
annum on all deposits for the six months end-
Ing - December 31, • 1909, free 'from all. taxes,'
and payable on and ; after January 3, ; 1910.
Dividends not j drawn will : be | added to. depos-
itors' accounts and 'become a part thereof, .and
will earn dividend from January 1, 1910. .-'De-
posits made on ' or • before - January 1 10, > 1910,'
: will draw Interest from Januarys. 1910.
. R.M. TOBIN, Sec.
MUTUAL -SAVINGS BANK OF' SAN; FIIAN-
•OISCO,\7Oi; -Market; st. -opposite 3d. For the
half year ending December 31; 1909, a dividend
has been declared at the rate of four (4); per
cent perannum on all deposits, free of taxes,
payable |on and after Monday, January 3, 1910.
Dividends not . called s for are added to . and
bear the same' rate of interest as the principal
from January • 1, ; 1910/ - Money < deposited l on or
before January 10 will draw Interest from Jan-
\ uary:'l.. 1910. GEO RGB A. STORY. Cashier.:.
| THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY
(The German Bank). 52C California st.;- Mis-
sion branch. : 2572 Mission f-t. near 22d; Rich-
mond district branch, 432 Clement st. between
sth and tith.avs. For the half • year \u25a0 eudlng
" December 31, .1909, a idUldend. has"been>de-
clarcd at the rate of four (4)' per cent per an-
num ion j all i deposits, free oJ Uxes. payable on
and after Monday, January 3, 1910. Dividends
not called for are added to the deposit nccount
and earn dlxldends from January, 1.1910.
./ . •\u25a0.\u25a0,'....\u25a0.. - G EORGE TOURNY,. Secretary.
THE SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 101 Mont-
\ gomery st. corner ' Sutter. For 1 the half year
; ending Decs—her 31, 1909." a dividend has been
. declared -at the rate of four : (4) per cent per
' annum ; on " all -deposits,- free of taxes,-, payable
on »nd after ; Monday, , January ; S, v 1910. - Divl-
:\u25a0 dends • not drawn * become - part of .- deposit * ac-
counts and earn i. dividends I from January.;- I.*
Money ; deposited on or, before : January 10 will
\u25a0\u25a0 earn Interest -OOToV, Casblerl
MECHANICS' | SAVINGS ; BANK.;" corner; Market
• und J Mason :6tB.—F6r: the_:_half< year .. ending
• December' 31;-: 1909." a t dividend i has been > de-
clared 'on 5 all > savings \u25a0 deposits, free . of \u25a0 taxes,
' \u25a0 at • the ' rate iof -\u25a0 four .. (4> i per ; cent per \u25a0 annum,
payable :on -' and \u25a0' after j January : 3.~ 1010. T Divi-
dends not 'drawn earn Interest : from ; January
• 1 Deposits 'made 'on.-ori. before \u25a0\u25a0' January ' 10
earn' Interest from : January^l.: ; - "\u25a0.,.-
\u25a0-\u25a0:. .\u25a0,\u25a0•".'" -..•j.-JNO.'^U. CALKINS.; Cashier. \u25a0"•.\u25a0;
SECURITY* SAVINGS BANK c (member ; of Asso-
' elated • Savings : Banks *of \u25a0\u25a0 San s - Francisco) . > 316
Montgomery et> For; the: half t year i ending i De»
cember; 31. "1009. \u25a0 dividends upon all s deposits
: at i tbe v rate \u25a0of i four - (4) i per cent , per ;\u25a0 annum."
•free-of taxe?. ' will 'bet payable* on und after
: Jnuu'ar/ 3,' 1910. - , FRICD W. HAY; Sec. *- «
THE regular annual "meeting: of "\u25a0 the" stock "hold-
ers of the PORTUGUESB-AMEUICAX - BANK
OF > SAX .-' FRANCISCO -.will be ; held at S its
of floe, : on the southwest corner \u25a0. of . Clay and
- Front sts.*, ion the . Bth day of : January. 1010,
at; the hour of. 10 o'clock a: m.,for the pur-
pose :of : electing a ' board \u25a0of directors ; for the
.ensuing year -and for:: the transaction of such
'\u0084; other business as may ; come before the stock
\u25a0? ' holders' meeting. . ' : .
Signed and dated this Sth day of December,
"A. V. 1000.
V. L.' DE FIGUEIHEDO. Secretary.
PACIFIC STATES 'SAVINGS AND LOAN COM-
PANY , , 569 California Bt.— A dividend for the
.'•• term ending Dee. 31. 1909, has-been declared
"at the rate of five (5) per. cent per annum on
all deposits, free of Uxes, payable on and af T
ter Jan.. 3, 1910. Dividends not called for are
'•added to and bear the same rate of Interest as
principal, from Jan. 1. .\u25a0-.-\u25a0 -.WM.^PARDY. Sec
BANK lOF ITALY — SE. corner Montgomery and
Clay >sts.; Mission branch, 3343 Mission st.
near 29th. For the : half ' year ending Decem-
ber 31, \u25a0 1S»O9. a dividend, has been declared
at the rate, of -FOUR (4) per cent per annum
'-'.on'all Savings Deposits, free of taxes, payable
.on and after Monday, January 3, 1910. Dlvi-
. dends not called \u25a0 for are- added to and bear
• the same rate of Interest as the principal
from January 1,-1910. Money deposited on or
before January 10 wlil earn Interest ' from
January 1. \u25ba L. SCATEXA, President.
A. - PEDRIXI." Cashier. ______
L CIT Y ; RE AIi ESTATE _ ;
BALDWIX & . lIOWELL, 318-324 KEARNY ST.
BALDWIN & HOWELL, 316-324 KEXRNY ST.
MEMBERS S. F. REAL ESTATE BOARD.
. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
/.',;' INVESTMENTS:
$130.000— NETS NEARLY 7 PEE CENT; high
class retail property In heart of shop-
ping district; nothing better on the tnar-
» ket. Apply at our office. (5913)
$116,000— MISSION STREET, NEAR 3D; bullld-
Ing. 5 stories and \u25a0 -basement to cost
$40,000; lot 70 feet double frontage a.t
$70,000. Have tenant who will take
lease at 6 per cent net on total invest-
ment. .
$105,000— NETS NEARLY 8 PER CEXT ON
EQUITY OF $65,000; $40,000 bank mort-
gage can. remain; stores and about 160
rooms; leased to responsible tenant for
i terni-of years; near California and Mont-
gomery. \u25a0**.: \u25a0: (tiOoS)
$25.000— KKSIDEXCE CORNER. OVER 100
FEET FRONTAGE: near Polk and Jack-
Kon; 3 story building of stores and
flats; rented at $250 per month; a cheap
corner. \u25a0«-,:•- (601S>
$12,000— LAKE STREET FLATS. SUNNY
- , SIDE; close In; 3 beauties; sun all day;
' 30 foot lot; pay 10 per cent; a loan of
$6,000 can be arranged. (5910)
RESIDENCES:
$16,000— COMFORTABLE, COMMODIOUS PA-
CIFIC HEIGHTS HOME of about 10
large rooms and bath; lot 50x130; plenty
of space for garage. (4708)
$16,000— ATTRACTIVE RESIDENCE. MARINE
VIEW; 9 rooms and bath; servants'
rooms, etc.; lot 335137:6; Vallejo st.;
fine ' neighborhood. (4630)
$12.750— ENGLISH BASEMENT RESIDENCE:
MARINE VIEW; 10 LARGE ROOMS
!, ;-' AND BATH: finlshed.ln excellent taste;
' vicinity of Green and Fillmore. (5072)
$3.500 — NEAR BROADWAY AND VAX NESS
AY.; flno, comfortablejiome of 10 rooms
and bath, with marine view; lot 30 feet
frontage. (5805)
$7,OOO— CLAYTON ST. RESIDENCE; LOT
DOUBLE FRONTAGE, runs through from
„-. street; to street; 7 spacious rooms . and
bath; excellent facilities for garage.
(5343)
$12,250 — 35, foot lot. double frontage; beautiful,
permanent marine .view; north side Jack-
son, near Cherry. - > (5078)
$32,000— COUGH ST. CORNER. NEAR MAR-
KET ST. ; pays nearly : 16 per cent on
equity of $16,000. • On new crosstown
car line; 115 feet street frontage. (6132>
$5,500—34:6 FOOT LOTS IN PACIFIC
HEIGHTS; Jacksou st.; sunny side.
Where, in this district can you buy at
$155 a foot? (5520)
$4.600-i-AHGUELLO BOULEVARD (Ist ay.);
last lot at" this figure. -
$4,OOO— HYDE ST.. SOUTH OF SACRA-
MENTO; 23xS0 feet; good for small
flats. ' . \u25a0 (5933)
$3,7 SO —OFFER WANTED! 26 FOOT LOT on
• sunny 'side of California St.; full depth;
near Cherry;
$3,SOO— MASONIC AY. LOTS; 25x100'; cheap-
est property within 2 blocks of Halgbt
street. . . (6037)
$2,850— DEVISADERO ST. NEAR HAIGHT;
25x100 feet. ' (5578)
$2,250— 12THAV.; ALL STREET WORK AND
CURBING COMPLETE; OFFER WANT-
ED; best block on street. (5893)
Send for January ' List of Property for Sale.'
BALDWIX & HOWELL. 318-324 KEARXY ST.
HOME OX EASY TERMS! - - \u0084
$300 Cash— all required;; cottage of 4 rooms and
bath; very pretty garden; sth ay. and
Clftnent; lot 23x120; price $3,250; $505
cash, balance to suit.' V; ?V (6107)
BALDWIX & lIOWELL, 31S-324 KEARNY ST.
$173 CASH! $173 CASH!
NO. 607 34TH AY., NEAR A. 1 BLOCK FROM
SUTTER ST. CARS: NEW GEARY ST.
. ELECTRIO LIKE WITHIN FEW STEPS
OF PROPERTY; 5 ROOM COTTAGE:
PRICB $1,500; $173 CASH, $15 A
MONTH. (6057)
BALDWIX _' HOWELL. 318-324 KEARXY ST.
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY!
$8,500—2 flats of 6-7 rooms and bath each, with
large reception halls to each flat; rent
$S5 per month; lot 27:6 feet : frontage;
near Baker and Jackson sts. j (5945)
BALDWIX & HOWELL. 318-324 KEARNY ST.
FORCED,SALES.
ONLY $12,000.
3 magnificent flats, 6. .7 and 8 rooms and
baths; key lot, 23x12.7 feet; every room sunny:
bouse built Just before the fire: cost to build
$12,000; situated near Page and Ashbury sta.
SPECIAL BARGAIN.
$15,500— RENTS $180.
3 beantifnl flats. 6, 6 and 7 rooms aud baths:
Just being finished ; , interior decorations tp enlt
purchaser; the material and workmanship In this
house are the very best; grand marine view that
can never he obstructed: lot 27:6x137:0; situated
near Washington anil Leavenworth sts.
DAVIDSON & LEIGH,
• 137 Montgomery st. ; .
OSCAR HEYMAN & BROTHER,
113 Montgomery st.
MR. RENT PAYER: .
\u25a0 You paid out In rents this year about $360.
and what have you? A bundle of worthless rent
receipts . \u25a0 ,
Be your owh landlord. Secnre your family a
home. Thousands of people are paying for homes.
Why. not yon? . v
See the new cottages we have for sale on
EASY MONTHLY . PAYMENTS, Nos. 4627 and
4629 Point Lobos. av.' at 3."th. Now reached by
Sutter-Clement st; line. Xew Geary st.' electric
will pass the cottages, making a quick, direct
run to the feiry. :.' • v
OSCAR HEYMAX & BROTHER,
. \u25a0 113, Montgomery st. ' ; ; . "... . -.
BUILDING up entire block, Sth and 9th ays.,
\u25a0 A' and' B'sts.
4 room cottage :..: $3,750
5 room dwe11ing5. ....... .....$4,100 and $4,400
6 room 2 6tory dwellings.;. $4,8< i O
7 room residence,: hardwood f100r5. ... .... .$5,750
Store and 4 room flat. near;... ."...... ._... $4,250
Turk ' and Eddy ' cars -; pass > the block : streets
Bltnmlnlxed all; ' vefy • easy, terms. Apply on*
premises to F. NELSON, builder., McAllister,
Geary, r Sutter and Cth ay.' cars within 2 .blocks. -
FOR RENT— OFFICE AT 1651 FILLMORE ST.,
OROUND FLOOR: SNAP; MUST BE TAKEN
AT ONCE. . FOR 1 RENTAL. ADDRESS *BOX
CALL for. free .' car . tickets Ito j see the ; Schwerla
• Addition : i3O ; minutes' * ride; sc ; fare: all - : city
Improvements; easiest terms;, low. prices: free
? refreshments every « Sunday. W.s E. STAX-
; FORD CO.'. ' 200 Humboldt . Bank building. -
$4.700— Bargain; 2 flats of 5 rooms each :^modern
•'' improvements;; lot 25x136, " fronting . 2 .streets
between 17th and -lSth: ISO Douglass St.: np-
iper.flat; near Castro' cars. .Owner, ; 1416 Mar-
V-ket'rt.'.-- :\u25a0\u25a0::::\u25a0..\u25a0.'\u25a0. >r- \u25a0 - v -> : f, -' 'V--';. ; .;.\u25a0
$61)0 i each : r.narter acre . lots *In San Francisco ;
easy, terms: fine marine view. "C A. BEAN &
•;VC(>.-.T4442. Mission, st:.' . ' ; ' \u25a0.\u25a0-.-. '
FINE investment: new flats Inside Jones St.; ma-
. rlne: view; "$lO,OOO cash; rents $1,922: balance,'
$7,000 mortgage, j Owner. -bos 2235. Call office.
BE SECURE— lnsure | your, title 1 with tbe Stand
\u25a0' \u25a0' ard' Title 'lnsurance- Company. s ; MIll» bnildlng.'
\u25a0 VCOUXTRY .REAIi ESTATE
CALIFORNIA land. $1 -per : acre "cash payment,
balance i purchase i 90c per month per acre: dose
; . Sans Franelscor no taxes."; no Interest;; s acre
I tracts ; I level, ; . rich, | clear, i ready i to ; plow." Irri-
gated; perpetual* water ..rights Immediate poa-,
;sessionr particulars, 'maps, photographs- free.
STEVENSOX COLONY, "i 141-1 Market St., S. V.
FOR > farms.' stock ranches and timber. lands ; see
.- : A'rrAUl."^ i:;>WAi:i» < ',2.">7.' California' st. .
COUXTRY REAL. ESTATE— Continued
SANTA'CRUZ RANCHES TO EXCHANGE
00 acres. 4 miles from Santa Cruz on main coun-
ty road: 45 acres cultivated; 800 apple trees, 7
> yrs. old. ' bellflo— ers ' and pippins; estimated
3,000 cords \u25a0wood, pine and oak;- 4 room bouse,
bath and pantry: hot and cold water, statlon-
.-\u25a0"• ary tuba, . large barn: also old "4 room house:
creek and springs; fenced and cross fenced;
: ; rural delivery, ; telephone line: H mile- to
school, i This is •a . good proposition ; price
$6,000. . •_.... •
M 4' acres, 2^A miles from Santa Crua on So-
quel road; good 7 room bouse, plastered, bath.
. good barn, 17 chicken bouses and about 20
runs, 3 or 4 brooders, large granary," hay cut-
ler,- gasoline engine, barley grinder, scales. 1
surrey, 1 phaeton, 2 horse wagons, single and
double harness. . so 4 egg . incubator j, barrow, 3
plows, .cultivator, tank house, windmill. 100
fruit trees in full bearing, water piped over
place. This is fine for subdivision; price $3,500.
42 acres 4 miles from Santa Cms; 6 room
house and a 4 room house; 2 large barns,
- chickfe honse, springs and creek/ reservoir,
water piped over place. 1.000 fruit trees In
- bearing. 1 team, wagon, spring wacon, 1 cow.
some chickens: near school; fine view: beauti-
ful shade. trees; timber. for use: paying mine
on the place: price $S,000; mortgage $2,300;
will trade equity.
Country. Dept.. HOLCOMB REALTY CO..
SOC gan Pablo ay., Oakland. Cal. ;
- CALIFORNIA LAND.
CALIFORNIA LAND.
-$1 per acre cash and payments of 75c per acre
monthly. No tases or. interest. Do yoa want to
be well off In old age? .If so, buy 5-10-20 or
more acres of this land. 'Its the. best land bar-
gain, and sold on the easiest terms ever offered.
The land Is In beautiful valley: has plenty of
water; will grow most anything; Ideal for
chicken and turkey ranches; good school right «n
land: near good town; delightful climate; great
hunting and fishing; about 65 miles \u25a0 from " San
Francisco; buy for yourself, wife or children.
This land la so located, that It will Increase in
value rapidly; $1 an acre deposit holds as many
acres as yoa want: CO days' time, given for In-
vestigation. Deposit returned If land Is not ex-
actly as represented. Write for particulars to-
CALIFORNIA HOME & LAND ASSOCIATION.
\u25a0 504 Market St.. San Francisco.
. "
$5.00 PER ACRE.
' *"~~~" , V-j
Great wheat country: 190 acre farms tn the
rich delta of the Sonora river: near American
line In I Mexico, between Southern Pacific and
sea; most excellent climate; deep garden soil:
corn," wheat, cotton, beans, alfalfa, dates,
oranges, lemons, all vegetable products; good
market; 150,000 acres now opened to American
farmers: Orst 10.000 acres at $5 per acre, half
cash; this Is really t sloo land. See or write us
immediately. / • v
C. M. WOOSTER COMPANY.
702 Market St., San Francisco, Cal.
"~~ " " MERCED COLONY.
4,000 acres of irrigated lands, divided into 5. 10
and 20 acre tracts and adjoining the city limits
of Merced, Jn*t placed on the market. Soil
is a rich, dark loam, particularly adapted to
raising alfalfa, flgs, grapes, fruits and veg-
etables. Fine alfalfa fields and orchards on ad-
joining farms. Merced has a population of
3,500. Merced County is close to railroads,
markets, churches, schools, creamery, stores,
etc. Irrigation water $1 per acre. Literature 1
on application. Prices $75 to $130 per acre. :
Easy terms.
CO - OPERATIVE LAND AND TRUST CO..
246' Russ bldg., San Francisco, or Merced. Cal.
ZZZZ 'i
INFORMATION of opening 250.000 acres Co-
' lusa and Glenn counties. Easy terms.
SACRAMENTO VALLEY IRRIGATION CO.,
; 500 First National Bank Building.
San Francisco.
THE Atwater district in Merced e»onty Is at-
tracting world wide attention; the sandy loam,
Miperb irrigation, fine climate, excellent schools,
fruit, vegetable aad poultry raising, alfalfa
and dairying is rapidly settling up this section
with a fine class of people: low prices, easy
terms. CROCKER IRRIGATED LANDS. 525
Market St., San Francisco.
NOVATO LANDS; 5 acre farms: Marln connty;
00 minutes from city; we are now offering the
"third subdivision" of these beautiful farms,
another opportunity for choice. Call or send
for free literature.
J. P. MASSIE COMPANY.
601-602 Union Trust building.
San Francisco.
' A SNAP. -- \u25a0
For Bale — A mountain ranch of- 10 acres; good
4 room cottage, good . barn and stable, good
spring, 7 acres of grapes, for $1,000.
1 M. HARDY,
65 Steuben St..
San Francisco. CaL
$3.r>o0 — Small cash payment buys 20 acres of
—ell Improved land: good buildinjrs: close to
Rlpon, San Joaquin county: otv ner's attention
required elsewhere: must sell at once: imme-
diate possession given. Address box 75. It. F.
I>. No. 1. Ripon. Cal. _ - ? ;•
5 AND 10 acre homes;, choicest location around
the bay; rich, level land; third or. half cash,
balance on long- time, or $25 cash and small
monthly payments. Progressive Realty Com-
pany. ISO Sutter st.. room 301. .
FREE INFORMATION
On best country and suburban properties in Cali-
fornia; thousands of all descriptions listed; in-
formation absolutely reliable and accurate: no
fee or commission. Call or write HOMESEEK-
ERS' INFORMATION BUREAU, &44-&4S Mo-
uadnock building. San Francisco.
$S3 Per Acre. ALFALFA LAND. $85 Per Acre.
Rich virgin soil, ready to plow. Irrigation
- ditches completed. Palm Brook Colony — 10.' 20
and 40 acre tracts. Very easy terms. Best
alfalfa land In state. Located near Turlock.
Excursion every Sundaj. J. W. WRIGHT &
CO., 125 Sutter St., San Francisco.
$1,250 for 10 acres of best level land in Ala-
meda county, near Pleatanton; one-ttfth cash,
one-flf th each year. CREDITORS* MERCAN-
TILE AGENCY. 29 Bacon block. Oakland. CaL
GKIDLEY. Biggs and Sunset colonies — Choice
fruit, alfalfa and orange irrigated land sold oa
easy terms. For particulars, 209 Monadnock
bldg.. 681 Market st. T. F. A. OBERMEYER.
FIVE acre chicken ranch, fine soil, with new
cottage of 5 rooms, will rent $16. C. R.
WINFIELD. Realty Bldg.. Petalnma.
BERKELEY ' REALESTATE
BERKELEY— SS,OOO cash down for a $20,000
modern residence close to Channlng way. in
'\u25a0\u25a0 city of Berkeley. This charming site fronts
three streeta and absolutely commands unob-
structed marine and landscape view, with
every one of the 10 rooms flooded with sun-
shine all day; 115 feet of grounds, fronting oa
the northeast corner of two prominent streets;
improvement* erected since^ the "fire"; balance
• of purchase price payable to suit purchaser.
Inquire 1112 Metropolis bank bldg., San Fran-
cisco. No agents.
$3.1>00— 5 - Aom bungalow; first class condition;
high basement; fine locations south exposure:
lot 40x100; terraced lawn: convenient to Key
Route or S. P. ; terms. $1,000 cash, balance
like rent. Owner, 1913 Woolsey st.; Berkeley:
•' n» agents. - -
\u25a0' OAKLAND' REAL - ESTATE
WILL sell my lot In Piedmont Vista for $27.50
per front foot; surrounding property In this
tract being held for $35 per foot. This Is
. most desirable property and a snap. Owner,
box 1793, Call office.
1 HAVE a moat desirable lot for sale cheap; lo-
cated on high ground In one of the. best resi-
dence sections of Oakland: direct car line to
center of city one block from this property;
owner needs immediate cash for bis equity:
balance easy terms. ELLIS BROS.. 463 11th
St.. Oakland.
ON acount of " the death of the owner and for
-quick : sale, will sacrifice a 5 room modern
cottage, lot 40x120. -bath; gas and electricity;
one block ' to high school and Melrose station.
- for $3,250. House Is .completely ; furnished
. and. will sell with or without . furniture. P.
D. \u25a0 POST. • 4920 Telegraph ay.. Oakland.
SNAP— First class building lot In residence dis-
trict of Oakland; fine view; near car line;
: must: be gold at' a sacrifice at 'once. Address
Owner, box 1023. Call office. . ' *
ONLY 'S3OO down; balance like rent, will buy yon
a new 5 room modern bungalow; just com-
pleted; near Key Route; marine view; price
. $3,000. Owner;. 1420 Broadway. Oakland.
MODERN 2 .story 6 room bouse; large lot: 2
. blocks from school and 3 car lines: a bargain;
• reasonable terms: , 54.1 E. 20th st. near 10th
ay. Phone Merrltt 2045.'
BEAUTIFUL French bungalow, with oak Boors
.and, grand' location; must be sold less than
cost. Phone - Piedmont ' 1513 immediately.
XrcU I TVA LE »V%VLi ESTTATTE^^-_
FOR sale— Sacrifice. 2 corners and 1 inside lot In
\u25a0 -1 piece, -$500 each; snap; -Apply D. P. BAK-
\u25a0; NETT. 1665 24th ay.. Frultvale. -_
rXNCHESi ' houses \u25a0 and lots for \u25a0 sale 'or trade.
; Brad for list. . F, H. PARKEK. Santa Cruz.
HOMES, ranched, acreage, exchanges; - list.
-DAVID L.; WILSON. Santa Cruz. : Cal.
SAX MATEO. RE A L ESTATE
MUST be sold at once:- about 12 miles fronTSan
Mateo: \u25a0 in ' redwoods*- 300 • acre ranch; pasture
• and' timber; land; no improvements ;, $10 per
acre.',- Particulars; ; box^ l»>ts. San Mateo.
livermpr'e'yXlljeJ^^
LIVERMORE j valley * lands i for , chicken ' ranches.
I hay and grain ranches.' vineyards and borne*;
i send for our booklet and list. ROE & LANDES.
; \ Llverm ore,\Cal.V 423 Monadnock bnilding, S. F.
' LUMBER- FOR ' SALE •
SHINGLES; $1.50;; rnstlc,' > pine land red. : $22;
flooring. ;$l7;-lining and boards, $10: 33 10th.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHAXCE
WILL assume mortgage up to"$l,50O and trad*
gilt edge income» property worth * $4,000 in
the town of Arroye Grande. CaL. for coo«l
Oakland or Berkeley property. Address F. W.
SWIGART. Arroyo Grande. CaL
BUSINESS corner In Oakland. 100 foot frontage.
full depth:.ripe for Improvements; price $10.-'
000: mortgage $4,500; will exchange equity tnv
flats, good, boose or mortgage. Apply V. T. .
' MINNEY. 422 11th St., Oak Und. Just east of
. Broadway.
COTTAGES, flats; business prcperty, both vacant
: and Improved, builcllnsr lots or any kind "*
property in or near Oakland to exchange: out
handle any kind of a propoeltloo. D. P. MIN-
XEY, 422 11th «t.. Oakland, just east of Broad-
way.
COUNTRY and city property exchanged. J. P.
GARDNER. 625 Monadnock. San Francisco.
YUBA COUXTY LANDS _
ALFALFA IS THE GREAT MOXEY MAKER.
Oar lands are the best and cheapest: close t>»
3 railroads: we do farming: crops pay half
cost of land; easy terms; crops already plant-
1 cd. Call or write for free booklet. HOBSON.
WETMORB & MOZXETT. 423 Monadnock
bldg.. S. F.. or 704 J st.. Sacramento.
COVERjOH^TJLAyp
FREE government homestead; fertile, le^et
land In Lasson connty. CaL: this land I* near
Western Pacific ratlroad; will show yoa bow
to locate yourself for a very small fee. Full
Information at PACIFIC REALTY CO.. »«»
Washington St.. Oakland. CaL Inclose 4c for
reply.
REAL. ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Frederick G. Wllhelm and wife to John F.
Mues. lot In E line of Palm avenue. 333:4 X of
Euclid. X 33:4 by E 120; $10.
Pauline Rued to Theodore Wilier. lot com
mencing at a point bearing N 71^ degrees W an-I
1.716 feet from point in W line of Schweria dis
trict thereon. S 343:0^i from SW llua of Sunny
dale avenue and Kchwerin street, NW 110, 3 SU.
E 110*. X 50; $10. " \u25a0
Arthur Joties and Helene Boven to Charlen h.
Uansen estate company, lot at NW corner <>c
Fulton and FlHraore streets, E 87:6 by X S.:«.
and two other pieces; $10.
Armin Jocul to dame, same: $10.
Christian R. D. Hanaen et al. to Charlea K.
Uansen estate company, same; $10.
Ilanorah Dempsey to William J. Dempsey et
al., lot in E line of Hampshire »treet. 116:8 S o£
Nineteenth, S 25 by E 100; $10.
George H. Fuller to G*orse L. Russell, lot In
NW line of California street. 57:53-18 SW of
Fifth avenue, SW 23:2 3-16. X 110:5!,. E 25, 3
107:11 V, 510.
Hugh C Henderson and wife (by trustee*) to>
Samuel Salomon, lot at NE corner of Forty-sev
enth avenue and T street, E 32:6 by X 100; $1"-
Emm* W. Shattuck tn Charles L. Paddon. lot
at NW corner of Twentieth avenue and A street,
W 28:S by X 100: $10.
t Paulino Lavtgne to Rosa A. Brown, lot In .*
line of Bnsh street, 160:5 E of Larkln. E 22:11
by X 137:t>; $10. 5 > _
Henry J. Ohlsen and wife to Con way C. Henry,
lot in NTV line of Winfleld avenue (CbapaHepeci.
179:8 SW of Eugenia (Henrietta), SW 25:» by
XW 70; $10.
Janett<» Adele Hammomi to Eitelle Ilarnwitx,
lot in W llae of Twenty-sixth avenue, 175 Sot
West Clay street, S 25 by W 120; gift.
William Stott to Margaret Uayner. lot 191.
gift map 1; gUt.
Sewell Dolllver and wife to Thomas Dolllver,
sixth Interest In lot at NW corner of rtUmore
and Sacramento streets. W QO:rt by N 2S; 510.
'Sol Gcte A Sons to Lewla Edwards Bulkeley.
lot in E line of Twenty-sixth avenue, 130 S of ti
street. B 30, N ICO. E SO. S ISG;7. XW 60:0i 4.
X 83:11; $1.
William B. Latham (or Willlj»jj B. Latham
Jr.> to Fred F. Over, lot In W line of Fifteenth
avenue. 175 S of Point Loboa. S 2S. W fetf:ll.
XW 28:3. E 91; $3.
O. C. Cappelmann to John C. Xewland*. lot lit
W line of Hyde street, 77:6 S of Broadway, S
60 by W 137:6; $10.
. Josephine Pachund to Fannie Muraski Willanl.
lot in S line of Elizabeth utreet. 203:7 W of
Sanchez. W 25:5 by S 114: $10.
Fannie Muraski Wlllard et al. to Josephine
Pachond. lot In X line of Twentieth street. 23
E of Hartford. E 25 by X (IS: $10.
"Real Estate and Development company to
Vilem Fitesoff. lot In E line of Rhode Island
street, 223 X of Twenty-second, X 23 by E lOo;
grant.
Same to Peter Patrone. lot in W line of Ar
kansas street. 341 X of Twenty-third. X 23 hy
W 100; grant.
American land and trust company to Ellen
Clarke, lot In W line of Forty-first avenue. 223 3
of I street, S 25 by W 120; $10.
Herman Charles Glngg to Leopold Weinstein.
lot 487. Silver terrace homestead; $10.
James M. Williston to Mac West Pyle. lot irt
E dine of Allison street, 75 X of Brunswick, N
50 by E 120: $10.
Rivers Brothers to Harry A. Dilks. lot 20.
block 20. Lakeview; $10.
Edouard Blanqule and wife to Jame* TtOMM
et al., lot in W line of Taylor street. fi7:6 N of
Clay, X 5 by W 120. and one other piece; $10.
Angelo Pioppo to Antioco Slrl. half interest la
block 73. University mound survey; $10.
Mary M. Joyce et al. to G. OS Ltndauer. lot irt
XW line ©f Clay street, 400 SW of Fourth.
SW 25 by XW SO: $10.
Home builders to Anna Legge. lot at SE or
ner of Lake street and Eighth avenue, E 35 by
S 75: $10.
Mary Bernstein to Emma S. Moore. lot tn NW
line of Natoma street, 3(52:6 XE of SLxth. SB 29
by XW SO: $10.
Sol Gets _ Sons to Engene Minzenmayer. l«t
In E Hue of Forty-eighth avenue, 87:6 9 of L>
etreet. S 25 by E 120; $10.
William A. Brace and wife to Alexander R.
Calder - and wife. lot tn S line of Ellzibetlt
street. Co E of Bellevue. E 30 by S Si; $10.
George J. and Elizabeth Doerlng (by trustees*
tf> Thomas Kerbv. lot in S line of Elizabeth
#treet. 123 "W of Diamond. W 26:S by S 114;
$CO9.
C. A. Buckley and wife to the Montgomery
vineyard company, lot In X line of Post street.
48 E of Baker. E 26 by X 100; $10.
C. A. and Annie M. Buckley to same, lot at
SW corner of Lombard and Devisadero streets,
W 38:6 by S 110^ $10.
Same to- same, lot at XW corner of Forty
second and Point Lobog areanes. X 114. W 178:9,
S 44:9. E ISS; $10-
Same to time, lot at XE corner of Forty
fourth aTenne and B street.. E So. N 100, W
23:4. XE 123. W 83:4. S 2*5:10; $10.
Elizabeth A. Connell to Sarah Connefl. lot in
E line of Shotwell street. 201 X of Twenty
fourth. X 30 by E 122:«; $10.
Jacob Heyman company to Frank J. Wei*s.
lot in SW line of Thirteenth avenue, 100 XW of
T street. NW 50 by SW 10O: $10.
William Graham and wife to Patrick D. Cougfc
lln. lot In S line of Eighteenth street, ISO W of
Sanchez. "W 25 by S 114: $10.
Gordan Fraser and wife t» Allen McGinn and
wife, lot In S line of Duncan street. 100 E of
Church. E 23 by S 114; $10.
George T. Trowbrldge and wife to Henry L. P.
Behre and wife, lot 5. block 1. Castro street ad
dition: $10.
Martin Griffln to Qnido Telgel and wife, lot
In SW line of Francis streeta. 375 XW of Mis
sion. NTV 23 by SW 150: $10.
Obear Investment company to> F. !*rancescni.
lot 2. block 2. Ocean View park; $10.
Real Estate and Developmeut eompanw to An
tonio Petto, lot In W line of Arkansas street.
116 X of Twenty-third. X 25 by W 100: «rra»r.
Qnldo Feigel to Amalia Felgel. lot la SW linn
of Francis street, 573 XW of Mission, XW 25
by SW 130: $10.
Johanna Meager to Mary E. Ryan, lot in S\^
line of Godeus street, 43:6 S of Mission. SE .".0
by SW fiO: gift.
Lorenzo Sosso and wife to Mercantile tni»t
companr (trustees the Savings and Loan society*,
lot in W line of De Long avenue (Lucy). 534::>
S of Frederick street. X 10:9, W SO. S 64, XH
93:5; $3,400. >
August H. Jnngblntt to> Jnngblutt estate eoni
pany. lot at SW corner of Sacramento an 4 D--
vlsadero streets, S 26:7 by W lltt. and two
other piece*; $3.
Robert K. Kennedy et al. to Mary Franc*
Kennedy, lot In N line of Thrift street, 230 TV
of Capitol avenue, W 23 by X 125, and one
other piece; $10. « \
Mary Frances Kennedy to Joseph B. Bizsard.
lot in X line of Thrift street. 230 W of Capitol
avenue, W 23 by X 123: $10.
Mary Frances Kennedy et aL (trnste* estate «•£
James K. Kennedy, dceased) to Joseph B. BU
zard, same: $10.
James Kearne to Dudley Cross, lot In SW lln»
of Harriet street, 225 SB of noward. SB 16:8 by
SW 75: $10.
' San Francisco savings union :to Glacomo Mn*
cone, lot in S line of Point Lobos avenue. £»:*
W of Twenty-second avenue, W 33:4 by 8 10O;
|10. nn a | 9MaaMBVG___MPM
Jacob Heyman company to Eva Hi tier. lot in V
line of B street. 110 W of Forty-third avenue.
W 50 by X 130;, $H>.
Gluekman-LeTy realty company to Herman J.
Illnz and wife* lot In SE llae of Mission street.
233 SW of Oliver. SW 42 by SB 196:6; »10.
John F. Clark to John R. Savory et aL. lot lit
V line of Washington street. l«O:3 W of Lea
venworth. W 68:9 by.X 137:«: $10.
George 8. . Low to Alma M. Low. lot In W
line of Fifth avenue. V»> S of Clement- street,
S 25 by W 12O: gift.
Carrie B. Rob«rt*on et al. to Mercantile trust
company of San FrancUca. lot in X line of Mc«
Alliater street, «>2:6 E of Leavenworth. X U7:rt,
YV 62:»5. X 20. E 137:6. S 137:6. W 73; $10.
Alice A. Forderer to Marie R. Noble, lot 6.1,
block 6. Flint tract; $10.
"Joe M. Martinez and wife to Marie There**
Rlmnon, lot In E line of Eleventh • aTenue, 123
S of H street. S 25 by B 120: $li>.
Lnke Fitzgerald to- Mary Ifltzgerald. lot *t
NE . corner of Twenty-third and liampshirt?
streets. X 2O by ElOOr gift.
Btaclo Azzali to Glnseppe Tmmbetta. £a!f of
lot • in *X line of.Alvarado (M> street. 200 E o£
Guerrero. E 23 by N 114; *10.
Kate General tQ Frank General, portion 6f log
7. block 11. Market Street homestead association,
and three other pieces.
Mary Elliott to Joseph Corbett and wife.. lot
In £ line of Fulton street. 100 W of Broderick.
W 23 hy S 137:6; $10.
Ruililintr Contract*
Edward McL«»ghlln with Charles King — Alter.
at ions and -addition* to building In X line> of
Post street: IS7 . W of Scott. Xo. 2200 Posts
street: $2,310. : - _\u25a0 .
Macdonongh estate company with George 11 .
StoKels To" erect a live story- and basement r»-
Inforced concrete bnildlng in SW line of Market
street and W line of Front, X 26 XMs. W 79:11 H.
S M:l*3 more or less. XE P*:S; $63,000. ;.--•
*M. Flynn with James Quinn — All work ; except
eoncretp. mantel*, shades ; and \u25a0 gas fixture* fur
a one story. ami attic fr*me building at XW cor
ner of Engenia aud Wakefleld avenues. W 70 by
X 25: $1.654. I »_ll«ati_ftf . jpM
William; Cohen with James S. Fennel! — Under
shoring, brick work, excavation. . concrete work
for three story brick building : to be u.-vlrrpinoM
at SW corner of Birch avenue aud Larkia street, -
S3oby W 100; $1,300. ,
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