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. ROOFING
KOOFS. nay kind, repaired, painted. A. HILL-
MAN. SOS k. i«tb st.. Oakland. Drop postal.
MACHINERY FOR SALE
WOOD working and Iron working machinery of
tb« California Car and Elevator Works for sale
App'.r 7th and King st». \u25a0-
F.ORSES. HARNESS AND WAGONS
BARGAIN—
100 buggies and nets of harness at cost for
nest :iu days. I.EIROU) & CO.. 11 Front st.
BARGAINS.
THREE Kentucky gaited horses; also other sad-
dle horses; very gfod Booyad hand English
saddle aud a few good vehicles. S. F. Riding
Club. 7tu ay. and C st.
THE COSBIE i.orse collar can only be bad at
35<?< Mission st. : none genuine without maker's
aame oa pipe. WM. COSBIE. ph. Miss. 1840.
\u25a0VYonnLAWN Ntal.les. <U7-33 Grove st.; horses
$I.^j day; horsi-s &.wag.. $9 wk. ; bog. $20 mo.
15 work horses. 2 saddle horses aad 2 driving
uc-s^ for sale cheap. <20 3d st.. Oakland.
SECOND liand top wagon, exp- wagon, bus. bug-
gies. Nugent -Covey Wagon Co.. 349 Valencia st.
HOUSES, wagons, buggies and harness for sale
\u25a0 heap. 2<i.V2O» Valencia St.: phone Park 2723.
H. R. HOPPS. President.
ALL KINDS OF ART. LEADED AND MOSAIC
GLASS. 115 TUUK: PHONE FRANKLIN 1763.
P-Uf.l£M?il - C -, H ANC'ISS
AA-THE UULLEU COMPANY.
322 PA< Ilic BLIh;.. MARKET ST. AT 4TH.
SAN FRANCISCO.
PHONES DOUGLAS 1023 aad J1023.
High c]««s bodaea opj»ortmiitles confidentially
handled. To s»ll or engage in business or raise
rnont-y on auy bona tide business, see us. .
ONE ««F Till; FINEST GROCERY BUSINESSES
in San Francisco; rent only $43: the absolute
CASH sales ma over $!.500 per month; Al es-
tablished trade: tplendld location; catering to
lugh class family trade. FULLER CO.
MANUFACTURING — \>t profits 20 per cent;
r.efds active partner with $1,500. FULLER CO.
MANUFACTURING — MACHINERY — Partner
with $3.00"; large demand: orders booked; 43
p"r cent net profits. FULLER CO.
BfTCHERP. ATTENTION— New store TO
LEASE: r» rooms, hath alxrte; $30 1110. Fuller.
MILLINERY STORE: right down town; cost
M.SSO to fit up. including stuck: will sell for
$73": biggest bargain ever. FULLER CO.
NEW AND SECOND HAND BUSINESS: cloth-
ing. furnishing goods, notions, tools. Jewelry,
etc.: does $Siio a month: price $3,000; a fast
money propoßition. FULLER CO.
I.JVniJV STABLE: LIVE PROPOSITION; income
$5<M mwiiu; Al locution; reut low: 7 years'
if. a ..p : y4.230; a bargain. FULLER CO.
THE rI.ASSIEST MILLIARD AND POOL ROOM
IN SAN FRANCISCO; 9 elegant Brqaswtcfe-
l;a!ke tables; nil fixture* are the l*»s»; right
.ir.y n iii the middle of things. FILLER CO.
BESTAUBAKT: cafeteria- plan: clears $300 per
:n<>. : price $1.7<*0; terms if desired. FULLER.
HAKERY: WELL KITTED; counter trade only;
good boIMM; tine location; large oven; $SOO.
Tim FULLER CO.. 321' PACIFIC BUILDING.
SHALL INVESTORS— We have a proposition
which, will pay you handsome pronts on your
saTingy; i-afc and mire. FULLER CX>.
CANDY STOKE AND FACTORY— -C.truer: fit for
n I'rliir: to see it is to hay it: $Snft. Fuller Co.
SALOONS— <HK)D SALOONS.
SALOON, worth £2.500; $1,300; water front.
SALOON, worth $.'>,O0o; $I.ku6: Barbary coast.
SALOON; $i.UtO handle* it; receipts $43; Mission.
SALoON; $.\<xx» handles it: 23 years' lease; low-
est rent on 3d st.
BALOOX and ROOMING HOUSE on Kearny -;t.;
IS.O00: first class.
SALOON on Market st.: $3.O00; en opportunity.
SALOON, just off nilmore st.; $750 handles it.
i C'KJAU STAND, dvwu town; ?SSO; snap.
Till; FILLER COMPANY.
522 PACIFIC BLDG.. MARKET ST. AT 4TH.
I'UONES DOUGLAS 1023 and J1023.
Kxci.rsivi: healers in the best.
PBOEXIX REALTY EXCHANGE.
MECHANICS HANK Hl.D<;., MS MARKET ST.
Plioiics — Keamy 4Hifi. Home, C 2722.
HUTEL. BUSINESS AND ROOMING HOUSE
BBOKESS.
20 rwms clearing fIOQ, $1.J30. part cash
•*!2 room> clearing $123, (1.300, psrt cash
19 room* $630. part cash
IS rooms part cash
ELEGANTLY X V R N I S H X D APARTMENT
HOUSE. ni'<lern. near Fairmont hotel; 82
ror>ms. m upanments; cost $\4.0«0 to furnish;
<'Wfng to sickness «-«n be had rery cheap; lease
7 *? .years to rua: msrine view; cost of opeca-
tiou ver.v small. Tliis is a snap.
APARTMENT HOUSE downtown; modern; C 4
nvim*. 3 and 4 room, apartments; peylng hand-
sorari.r.
SALOON in wholes* le district: taking in $18 to
». $20 per <\xy: IX9OO. psrt cash; same party has
uwned this faloon fw 25 years.
CBOCESY .STORE in Western addition, doing
business of $soo per month; $2,000, for which
goods are in right.
$MO-^-Good little restaurant, right downtown,
paying well.
SALOON AND LODGING HOUSE south of M«r-
ket St.; a g'Kxi proiKisltlou; $2,100; rent $75;
S resr lease. /
SALOONMEN. take notice: We have some ex-
ceptional bargains on hand. It will pay you
to investigate.
PHOENIX REALTY EXCHANGE.
FOKT GEORGE, la*t great metropolis of North
America, will be one of the largest cities in
tbe west, and the largest in British Columbia,
except \ancouvcr.
Fort George is the geographii-al and strategic
\u2666 osunercisl center of British Columbia and
prr*cnt supply poiut.
Tort Geoff* in on main line of Grand Trunk
I'scinc (transcontinental) railway, now build-
Ing, and terminus (or on liuel ut tlx other
railways ;.r.,j<-cted and building.
l'ort George U nt juuttion of 1,000 miles of
riMvigabif waterways, tm which o lines of
tteaiulxjals now |ijy.
Millions icre». finest aßriciiltural land, coal,
timlwr sikl mineral, are tributary. The im-
111 -use tonnage from waterway* will be trans-
ferred 10 railways at Fort George
Oac huixired million dollar* ($100,000,000)
will )>e spent in next three years in vicinity
building railroads alone. First offering of busi-
ness lots $130 each for inside lots and $200
each for corners, payable $10 down and $10 per
uiontli: no interest, no tas.es nntil 1911; 10 per
cent discount for caxh. Title insured and
guaranteed fcj- «i ie government, which owns
one-quarter of the lots. Write aulckly for
map*, plans aud official data.
NATURAL RESOURCES SECURITY CO.. Ltd.,
421 Wia'h Blilg.. Vancouver, B. C.
CEO. A. HEUUICK, 1005 Market st. *J
Investment Broker. Established 1873.
NOTICE— SALOONMEN. ATTENTION.
ft yon liave • email amount of cash, pay $1,000
rr $2.<*-irt. I »•»•» »»l«t yoti in cettinjr located In !
alaf*t niy location In San Francisco. I am the
middleman for all of the leadlns breweries of
s. 1\ .and I can assict you where no one else
«-«n do «o. I have several p<pod opportunities for
ibr rfjrht parties now.
GEO. A. HERRICK. 1005 Market nt.
NOTICE — Do rmi want a ealoon in the heart of
Market st., with a rood lea*e at tlw eheapefct
rent in Market »t.? If you do come and let me
give yon tbe details.
X— — — — \
ALSO 5-PLENDID. GOOD PAYING SALOON
for J1.7.V): rent only $43 a t..«nttr. dolnp $2.". to
$30 a dsy ba*inef*: there are about 3 bblf. of
double stamp wb i»ky and plenty of other stock ;
good leaw.
— X -'
ALSO ONE SALOON, doinj: $T»00 a month;
rent *30: price $l.fifx».
GEO. A. HERRICK, 1003 MARKET ST.
X X
MANUrACTURING business, $1,500; rent $20:
steple article: these erticles are liandied by 73
per t«nt of reftanrant trade ami 50 per cent «f
grt-M-erv in all tl>e towns on this side of bay:
•msiness well c«tah!l«lied: $7uo cash will
handle this, ur will exebac^e for bay or coun-
try propexty. Box Xt*4. Call office. Oakland.
$re" — Giofrry «cl <lelleates«ien «tore: good trede.
WIJ.ST. INV. CO.. 630 Market St.. room 218.
O'KOCKRY — On corner In Miffion: big trade; full
Ktockt rent low; price $«iO. WESTERN IN-
VESTMENT CO.. room 218. WO Market st.
LUNCH COUNTER— II stools: (rood location; a
money maker: $250 Jmys It; low rent. WEST-
ERN INV. CO., 830 Market st.. room 218.
WOOD AND COAL YARD— S7OO; big trade; old
«rtii.t>lislie<*l: location right; worth twice an
much. WESTERN INV. CO., 830 Market et..
room 21 S. ... . '• .
MEAT MARKET— In Richmond; $500: fine trade;
nee thia if you want a market. WEST. INV.
CO.. loom 218. «30 Market st. ij ;
™ GILLIES & CO-
BUSINESS BROKERS.
IfCS MARKET ST.. ROOM 22.
NO CHARGE FOR LISTING A BUSINESS.
f!23— Poolroom; license paid nntll April 1: clear-
ing $75* owner pick In bed and must sell. GIL-
LIES A CO.. 1028 Market »t.. room 22. . ' /
' KOADHOUSE, 10 miles from city; money maker
.and will stand full investigation; *e« us. GIL-
LIEa & CO.. 1028 Market st.. room 22. .:. .
BOtJTE on this paper ; for «ale — Oakland and
Berkeley. Phone Pledroor»t 42fiS.';
WAKTED^ — $500 In honest mining deal; fortune
in tbU. P, O. bcx 474,. 5aa Fra«clBC9.
BUSINESS CHANCES— Continued
E. H. MOORE CO..
• 532 PACIFIC HLDG., MARKET ST. at 4th.
PHONE KEARNY 3447, HOME J3347.
' HOTEI., 50 rooms, hot waler, steam heat, private
baths, private telephone; dears over. $200 a
month; the best of furniture; excellent location;
I rooms all light and sunny; rent only $230 a
iindith; 4V:;.0(«t buys this elegant house; half
cash, balance terms.
APARTMENT HOUSE on Nob hill: 42 rooms In
2. 3. 4 room apartments; steam heat; private
baths, prlvkte halls, separate, meters and
everything complete; rent $0 a room; clears
$200 a mouth; price only $3,500; terms.
ROOMING HOUSE, 32 rooms, strictly modern
and np to date: sunny corner with bay win-
dows: rent $130 a month; elegant furniture:
location none better; clears $175 a month;
price $2,730.
,T0 LEASE— CORNER APARTMENT HOUSE:
grand location; llti rooms in 1, 2,-3 room
apartments; automatic elevator; Tacuum clean-
er: oil plant; separate meters, wall -beds and
private balls: rent only $7.50 a room for this
Cue corner. Plans at office.
TO LEASE— ROOMING HOUSE, 48 rooms, down
town, strictly mo-lern: finest location; rent only
. $5.50 a room; a good teuaut is more our ob-
' Jew ilian high rent. Plans at office.
BAKERY and coffee parlor: el. $150 mo.; $400.
Sunny cor. beoM&ls rooms; price $XOO.
CAXDY. school sujTplies; clears $100 mo.: $700.
j CABINET SHOP: a bargain; price $1,700.
. BILLIARDS, smokers' sapls."; oil town; $6,000.
CANDY and notions. 4 fur. living mis.: $050.
- CIGAR STAND; good location; price $300.
BLACKSMITH shop: a SNAP: price $1,009.
SALOON: country town: 5 living rms. ; $1,500.
RESTAURANT, downtown; cl. $300 m. ; $2,000.
GROCERY. 25 miles from S. F.: price $2,000.
FOR business places of all descriptions see
CLABJCH & MAGNUS, S3O Market St.. rm. 607.
MEAT MARKET. $400: re tit $10; lease; doing a
nice business; one of the best locations in
Oakland; party is compelled to leave city is
reason of sacrifice. If you want a ntce busi-
ness do not fail to see this. Come and make
me an offer: act quickly. Box 8955, Call of-
fice. Oakland.
FOR sale — Delicatessen and restaurant combined;
have all fixtures and liivng rooms in hack;
large stock; It will pay you to investigate
this: making good money; owner going away.
1332 Fruitvale ay., Oakland.
COMMERCIAL AUDIT CO., Business Brokers—
Inre«tmcnt* thoroughly investigated and safely
placed. We assist the seller and protect buyer.
319 Metropolis Bank bldg.; phone Sutter 10.
ONE-HALF interest best real estate business on
the coast: can easily clear $300 month; open
for investigetlon. Box 26.15. Call office.
ELEGANT STORE; best opening in this city for
any business; it-nt reasonable. 3252 Sacra-
mento st.
BOOMING HOUSE. 21 rooms; rent $SU; located
half block from Broadway near 12th; furniture
«nd carpets good; clearing good money. If you
will investigate this you will surely buy it.
Best of reasons for disposing of this beautiful
place; price only $900. Bos 3SS6, Call office,
Oakland.
WANTED— Good businessman to buy interest In
j manufacturing plant in Los Angeles; branch to
I be opened in Xnn Frnnoiseo: $3.<kiO required.
Call Wednesday and Thursday morning. E. M.
BOTELER. room 210, Argonaut hotel.
$5,000. part cash, balance easy payments, secures
fortune for any one. to place valuable Inven-
tion with 75 per cent merchants of the world;
profits immense; proof positive. Room 510,
830 Market et.
GROCERY— Doing $2,300 business monthly:
lease; new stock; modern fixtures: horse and
wagon; established 17 years; owner desires
fullest Investigation; a bargain at $3,000. TUB
FULLER CO.. 918 Broadway. Oakland.
REAL estate partner wanted: office man: will
open February 1; fine location; large list of
selling property; experience not necessary.
Box :S>9f?. Call office. Oakland.
COMPANIES FINANCED— SECURITIES MAR-
KETED. Railway, industrial, mining, power.
ESTABLISHED HOUSE. Dept. 7.., P. O. box
1922. New York.
FOR sale — At low price, restaurant, best loca-
tion in Mission: doing a big business; owner
compelled to sell for good, reasons; receipts
$90 a day. Apply F. F. S.. 2006 Mission st.
WANTED — Small rooming bouse, restaurant or
delicatessen: good neighborhood; state price.
Kox 2571. Call office.
MONEY loaned to inventors to patent good Ideas.
JOHN WEDDERBURN, Capitalist, Brook-
Isnd. D. C. v
j FOR nale— A good paying route on The Call in
Alameda county. Apply to J. K. LENHART,
Circulation Dept., S. F. Call. 3d and Market.
RESTAURANT for sale: a bargain; owner retir-
ing m«de fortune; 1 week's trial; great chance.
103 6th st.
) FOR sale — A pood newspaper route In a good
district In this city. Apply to J. R. LEN-
HART. Circulation Department. S. F. Call.
FOR SALE
A. CAMERON & CO.,
714 MARKET ST.. MAGEE BLDG..
Opposite The fall.
Koora 301. Phone Douglas 4.",73^C4370.
BANK REFERENCES.
.HOTELS, ROOMING AND AVARTMENT .
HOUSES, FLATS.
WEIX fur., 65 rms.. corner; rent $200; close in;
1 or 2 rooms hskpg. ; also single rooms; N.
Market; all large rms.; bargain; for this week;
other business.
ELEGANTLY furn. S6 room cor. apt. house; rent
$\u2666» room; strictly modern: 2. 3 room apts.; all
full: clearing $350 month; sickness.
WELL LOCATED 4S room house, N. Market;
rent |5 room; hot and eeld water; snap; $1,500.
SWELL furnished 67 room house; close in; pri-
vate baths; always full; money maker; bargain.
FINE paying 32 room corner house: busy location;
reasonable rent; good furniture; payments..:
\u25a0y^ j£
A GENUINE BARGAIN: 24* rooms; elegant fur-
niture: lirass beds, hirdseye maple and muhog-
any furniture; rent $100; clears $100 per mo.;
will sacrifice this week for $1,200. part cash.
X X
j 26 ROOMS; BEAUTIFUL lawn and flowers: ver.v
attractive; always .nil; clears $100; carpets
l»est; rent $90: $1,400.
G. A. HERRICK. 1005 Market st. corner Cth.
; Phone Market 3106.
AA— BURXHAM * COMPANY. 520 Phelan bldg.
IF YOU WANT , TO BUY. SELL. OR EX-
CHANGE REAL ESTATE. ' ROOMING
HOUSES. HOTELS. OR ANY BUSINESS
I'KOPOSITIONS. CALL ON. WRITE OR
I'HONE DOUGLAS TiOOS. HOME C5OOB.
IN TOUCH WITH ALL BARGAINS ALWAYS.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF TIIE CALL IS
AT 16.-.1 FILLMOHE ST.
PARTNER wanted In a well established real es-
tate firm; no experience required, but must
have rmslness ability and fir»t class references.
Box 3025. Call office. Oakland.
_ r BUSINESS WANTED
GOOD cigar stand wanted: state price, rent and
\u25a0II particulars. Box 21Sf>. Call office.
EDUCATIONAL'
A— THE^LYCEUM. 2500 Pine st. Will you go
four>j r ears to a high school when you can he
prepared by us more thoroughly in half that
time ur less? In 17 years we prepared hun-
dreds successfully. Ask for their names arid
addressee. Excellent teachers. Individual in-
struction. Satisfactory progress guaranteed.
Attend the school where yon ran get the best
preparation. Ngw'terni begins January 3, 1010.
ITALIAE POLYTECHMCUM. Prof." C. O. Sbar-
na — Day and eve. classes In freehand and me-
cbanicsl design; special courses In architecture
and painting. New Era building, 1151 I'Olk
st. cor. Sutter.
A — PAUL GEBSON DRAMATIC SCHOOL—
Largest training school of acting in* America:
position secured; tt month*' graduating course;
send for catalogue. Countryman building. 015
Van Ness ar. .
ENGINEERING— CiviI, electrical, mining, tnech., ;
wirvey. . assay, cynnlde; day, , eve. : est. 1804.
Van iicr Naillcn School, Slot and Tel., Oakland.
DANCING, Findlay's. . 3245 10th"pt., ballroom
and stage; cls*s Mon., Wed. and Ifrl. evgs,;
socials strictly select; private lessons dally.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES. 2531
Washington *t. near Fillmore — Send for cir-
cular.
PUOK. T. A. ROBINSON. Individ. Inst. Math..
Bookkeeping. Eng.. etc.; day,- eve- 307 Haight.
SPANISH. French or Italian taught In conver-
sation. PROF. HIDALGO, rm. 408. 830 Market.
BOXING and physical culture taught at 3261
24th st. nr. Mission; efflee hoars.- 6 to 10 p, m.
NYKEN Academy. 2314 Pine St.; select ' school
for children, from kindergarten to. high school.
VAUDEVILLE taught; all Its branches:. private
lessons. Q. Ci. Dramatic School. 82ft Eqdy st.
\u25a0^ ' BUSINESS COLLEGES
MERRILL-MILLER COLLEGE. 733 Fill more St.;
a select school of busiuess; day and "evening. '
DUDLEY Business College, day . and evening.
Mission Bank building. Igth st. near Mission.-
SAN FRANCISCO Business College. 90S: Market
\u25a0 St. at Eddy; day or evening session*. -.-
ALL court reporters recommend Gallagher-Marsh
Business College. 12.V5 Market st.vtsr&giiJMßMSK
HEALD'S Business College and School of En-
' glneerlng. 423 McAllister st.
JO^LNnttr^U^k^T^LLTcTprA.. 306 -305 Clsus
Snreekels (Cain hnildlng: nbonr>KearnT 4151.
MARK LANE/ Notary Public and Commissioner,
of Deeds, -119 Montgomery it. ; \u25a0 phone Kearoy
THE SAN "ERANCISGOACAJ^Iyy^EDNESDAY-l J^TUARYa26^ 1910.
AA— DIVORCE;. costs, $12;'quiek, quiet; advice
free; no charge .unless successful: title to real
estate restored; bankruptcy; probation of.es-
tates; general practice. 1028 Market St., r. 12.
, ADVICE free. Divorce costs $12: quick and quiet.
Collections, attachments, damages. Room 601-
CO2. Westbank' bldg.". -S3o' Market: open pve.
; ADVICE free — Plain facts-ax to strength of any
case; always successful;. low fee: 'divorce costs
$12. 419 WESTBANK BLDG.; 830 Market: st.
1 ANDREW J. BRANAGAN. attorney at law, has
removed his office to David Ilewes bldg., 6th
\u25a0 and Market sts. ~ ~ . , ,
.A QUICK, quiet, complete divorce for. $20; open
Thursday evenings. 1112. Market St., room 122.
HARRIS & HESS, attorneys at law. W. T. Hess,
Notary Public. Rooms 1108-14. Call building.
PATENT ATTORXEYS
DEWBY, STRONG & CO.— Founded 1800; U. S.
and foreign 'patents; Inventors' guide; 100 me-
chanical movements free. 1105 Merchants' .Ex-
. change building, Sah Francisco. \u25a0 : '
\u25a0\u25a0 CARLOS -P. GRIFTIN. late examiner U. S. Pat-
ent Office, 1201-2 -Metropolis bank— Patents,
trademarks and copyrights; tel. Kearny 4815.
HARRY C. SCHROEDER. U.S. and foreign pat-
ents. 415 Ist Nat'l Bk.. Oak.: phone Oak 2754.
ATTENTION, ladies— DU. LEWIS, 933 Market
\u25a0«t. bet. sth and 6tb, world renowned specialist
for women only; no delays or disappointments;
relief guaranteed by most superior painless
methods known to medical science; most ob-
stinate cases treated; \u25a0 all female complaints
and irregularities treated; have no hesitancy
If In need of my services; absolutely harmless;
low fees. By consulting an eminent specialist
you save time and money. 'Advice free, 10
a. m. to 4 p. in. and 6 to. 9 p. m. ; Sundays,
11 a. in. to 2 p. iv. \u25a0. -
MRS. , DR. PHILLIPS, leading specialist in fe~
male complaints, \u25a0 lihs brought happiness ito
thousands of anxious women: never had a sin-
gle failure; cases quickly relieved or no change
whatever; no pain, no danger, no interference
with work} absolutely safe and harmless; most
comfortable private home for ladies; trained
nurses: doctor's care when desired; hours. 10
to 8; Sundays. 2 to 3: advice free, MRS. DR.
PHILLIPS. 2752 Howard st. near 24th.
MRS. DR. HOLMS, graduate ladies' specialist,
treats all ailments pf women by a safe and
sure method without delay. Travelers • success-
fully treated and can return home same day.
Advice free, and confidential; hours 0 to 5. Sun-
day, 10 to 2, 744 Turk fit. near Van Ness ay.
MRS. DR. MARY ADAM, reliable specialist;
cures all ladleu' complaints successfully; good
home for confinement; consultation free. Hours
If; p. m. 3004 Fruitvale ay.. East Oakland.
LE SIERE'S FEMALE SUPPOSITORIES
Never fall; safe, and reliable. For sal? at all
drug stores. $1 a hox. ' . > - . >
_^_^^_^_^^^DENTis;rj -^_^™_
ARTIFICIAL teeth: thia one thing I do. Dr. C. E.
Wilson. 323 Geary, suite 005; tel, Doug. 4300.
DR. EDW. PERKINS. SS3 Market, opp. Powell,
suite 1, 2d floor — Bridge work. Ph. Doug. 5137.
HILL. DB. LUDLUM, Muirhead building. Mar-
ket, Hayes and Larkin «ts..;i gas given.
PR. IRA U. LEEK— AH kinds of ileptal. work.
M 5 Filliuoro ' st. near Oak.
PHYSICIANS
DR. MAR DON, noted doctor Chinese empire, 768
Clay. S. F. ; knowledge luherlted through 7 gen-
erations; cures all ailments of human system
with teas; carefully selected herbs; cons. free.
DR. BEN & FOON. CHINESE HERBS C 0. —20
years of experience; cures all ailments by
wonderful method. 2223 Sutter; hrs. 9:30 to I,
DR. WONG HIM.
HERB DOCTOR. Permanently located.
12as Q'Jarrell st.. bet, flongb.-a'nd Octavla.
____ JM AJTJD RjV|TJf_HOJ^
STRICTLY private home for confinement casea;
resident physician in attendance; best refs.
1131 Laguua st. cor. Eddy; phone West 5964.
S. F. LYING IN HOME. 1101 Oak st. ; Mkt 44t«).
' Diseases women »n<l cwldreri; roiitinoni-iit. $2.">.
".\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 SANATORIUM!* ._^^ JV^^.
PACIFIC Coast Convalescent Horne — First class
home for hospital convalescents and invalids;
terms, $10-s2f>\ week, including board, room,
general nursing: contagious -work prohibited.
2807 Piedmont ay., Berkley; phone Berk. 3500.
A— PRIVATE home for the sick; confinement
• specialty: adoption: special treatment for all
female troubles. 171 East l*Hi st.. Oakland.
HO>IES_KOU j-^Y^MP^ j
HOME and care for Invalids or a Red- persons.
3421 23th st. near Mission: phone Mission 4020.
. POPULAR HEMKUIES.'
RICORD CELEBRATED PREPARATIONS for
men's private diseases. Sold ouly by K. B.
JORGENSON, 644 Kearn? St., San Francisco.
Mall orders a specialty.'! Send for circular.
SANDERSON'S CO. savin .and cotton root pills;
sure remedy for female troubles: price $2 per
box. Red Raven Drug Co., 912 Market st. \u25a0
SEXOID. a marvelous cure for weakness in men;
money returned if It .falls: -price $1 per box.
Ri«d Raven Drug Co.. 912 Market st.
MISSION BRANCH OF TIIE CALL, BLAKE'S
\u25a0BAZAAR, lifts VALENCIA ST.
LARGEST stock; of trusses and elastic goods in
the city. Clark-Gmidlon Co.. 1108. Market St.
HEALTH MOVEMENT
"VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH," natural non-
surgical; cloth bonnd,'4oJ) page book. fret 1 . Ap-
ply by mall, 036 Pine st. Lecture for women
• Thursday at 2:30 p. m. . . " •
CHIROPODISTS
A— MRS. DR. JULIE DONNE.ISIO Hllmore st.
near Sutter. foot speelßllst. s
PHYSIO-THERAPV-
AURORA INSTITUTE for I'HYSIO-THERAPY.
•'463 O'Farrell — If others fail to cure you. come
and see US; our method is quick andsqreilts^
SERNBORG'S INSTITUTE— Nervous and rheu-
matic diseases cured by electric and massags
treatment. 830 Market Ft:: Douglas 5331: \u25a0•\u25a0
THERAPEUTIC TRKATMKXT
MASSAGE Institute, formerly 1823 Devixadero,
now 423-24-23 Whitney bM?.. 133 Geary st. ;
same niang. Mrs. Huntingon, 9:30 a. m. 10 p. in.
LYDIA SMITH-Miealth treatment; oil, electric
light, salt glow. Apt. S3, 1300 Golden Gateav.
MECHANO and Electrical Therap. treatment by
profes. masseusi*. 2007 Sntter. Hilda C. Jonsson.
("-AjrAJBRII AND UEAKNESS
ALSO esr noises positively cured;. one week free.
DR. COTTINGHAM. 830 Market ft.: hrs. KM.
RUPTURE CURED v
"DR. PIERCES ELECTRIC TRUSS"; a wonder-
ful invention; 33 years in use. Address
PIERCE &• SON. 1417 Chestnut ft.. Alatneda.
MATRIMONIAL
DO not be deceived; the only reliable matrimo-
nial bureau you will find at MHS. A. WOL-
TER'S. 1752 Geary st.; established iv 1000.
ELITE marriage bureau for lonely people; de-
tails 25c; ladles f ree. > 034 Broadway, Oakland.
THE Oakland matrimonial bureau; ladles free.
MO 20th St.. Oakland..
business personals
a^wTgTlJ^tT^pee^^
I tilHtei]; perspiration doesn't afife'et. them; wig
making n llfe'btudy; men's private wig depart-
ment, 2271 Cnl. St. near Webster. Mr. G. "
Lederer;in charge. LADIES' HAIR GOODS—
Transformation, Kwitcbes. puffs, artistic wig
making, shampooing. G.LEDERER, 1809 Fill-
more st. near Sutler. Established IS6<5. ;' . "
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON removes superfluous
balr. electric needle process; 20 yenrs' prac-
tice; gray hair colored and restored; experts
only; facial treatment; 'moles,, freckles,, pim-'
pies removed; Thy mal, a, Fr«nch cure" for over-
fat people. 1008 gutter nr. Hyde; t. Frank.ss7»
TIIE Viator an Instrument." similar to a phono,
graph, regulates one's. vibrations, causing them
to become successful i financially and* socially.
; Phone West 2447 and we. will describe your dis-
. position immediately;, hours, 1-5 ,p; m. . • 1330
" McAllister st. . • - r;• - . w. :
ALLEN RUG WOKKS, successors to George Ma t-
. thew — Artistic J hand loom \u25a0 weavers, \ fiuff rugs
made from old carpets ; send for circulars." 030
Bue.na Vista ay.. Alameda, Cal. . .;.; .
MAGNETIC physical healing; a vital HcU-nce.
MRS., HOLSHOUSER, .'tor Pacifii- hliijf.." by ap-
. pointment. ..'l bave^. a ' very.; skillful efwrator,
late of : New : York, Miss : Isabelle A. \u25a0 Noilson."
AA— >ime. Houston, 332 f Whitney.- bldg.— French
' filling . process by expert dermatologist ; ladles
and gentletuen; satisfaction guaranteed. • .- • - •
LADY nalales's toot specialist ; j eastern I method ;
. also Swedish—- massage \u25a0 and * medicated \u25a0\u25a0 baths :
;mem. A. T. P. A. -1210 McAllister nr.' Fillmore.
COLE'S DETECTIVE. AGENCY— Licensed-: and
bonded : no sign?. - : Telephones— West • J)23a,
. Home SISI7; phoneg answered -day and fnlght,
FRANKLIN Electric : Institute— Treatment^, for'
-rheumatism, lumbago.^ sprains and scalp. \ Rooms
334-6 Pacific. bldg.. 821 Market;iopen evenings,,
UNCALLED -for, suits: overcoats •\u25a0 and .trousers at
less than ' cost at: CHAS.i LYONS',': the' Londo n;
tailor. 1432 Fillmore bet*.' Ellis and ! O'FarrejLi
ELEtrTRIC Thermal 'lnst.— Rbeumatlsm, • nervous
,• diseases. . colds," skin ' diseases ; ; massage.'*' '\u25a0 MRS.'
E. SANDRERO;. 18()2 Fillmore; ;ph.;West'l4So. ;
TURKISH baths; -medical, massage; ""best "euulp-
.- ment- in city. IGO2 O'Farrell at.,- ./^
BUSJXE£S^EJIS6XALS--Coi«tlnued '•-.
ELECTRIC vib.ltreatmonts: select patrons, l.'ifi
; 3d st., room 200,>et-ond floor. .; - -'-' ;
L'LECTRIO vibration health -massage;, baths.
MRS. L. JOHNSON,: 6OS 10th Ht., Oakland. ---"..\u25a0-
GOLDSTEIN CO., tbeßtrlcal and masquerade cos-
\u25a0 .- turners, removed 'to 883 Market st. opp. Powell.
THE best $20 suits: to order In- the city; try one.
NEUHAUS.- the tallor.^so6 Market 5t.. .;; _.1
MRS.' MANNING;; medlcalS massage and baths.
1705 O'Farrell. npt.; 1-2; member A. T. P.' A...
HOT salt baths (medical);, massage for" both
sexes. .520 9th st.. 1 " Oakland. "' '
ELEC. vibratory; select patrons. -043 Van Ness
ay. cor:> O'Farrell st.. suite 307309; no sign:
"', PERSONAL!!
M. R. BORBA has sold his business at 620 Sth
st., Oakland. Onand after Jan. 24 he will not
be responsible' for any -bills made there. \u25a0? -.
INFORMATION concerning the location ol
HELEN JENIE will be gratefully received by
MRS. J. N. BURCHFIELD,- 1308 12th ay.,
Aito«^na. Pa. ' - . -- -
PALMISTRY
REV. MMX. BUSHNELL, formerly 910 Jones, now
20!) Kearny: 9 to 5 ex. Sun.; tel. Douglas 3670.
S PI RITU A LI S M
AA— MRS. J. J. '.WHITNEY, trance 'medium;
consultation $I, .\u25a0\u25a0at.- her , home. 1164 O'Farrell;
by letter, 4 questions. $1; : phone Franklin 5024.
LpTTIE BUSWELL. medium ; meetlug tonight;
circles every night; readings, lessons, daily.
1350 Webster St.
JOHN SLATER— CircIe tonight, 8:15 sharp;
readings dally, 10 to 4. .1430 Geary st. 1
MRS. CRINDLE — Materializing seance Wednes-
day evening^-8 o'clock, 1857 O'Fnrrell st.
MME. QRIFFIN, mcd. healer; circle Tues., Thur.,
8 p. m. read, dally. 990 McAllister nr. Buchanan
MME. DR. LARSON, trance medium, psychic
healer; consultation daily. . 2060 Sutler st..
MRS. L. H. KINNAIRD. ord.; con. daily 10-4;
circles Sun.. Mon.. Wed.. Frl., 8. 1439 Fillmr.
MRS. S. SEAL, spirit mm.; consultations dally;
officiates marriages, funerals. 788 McAllister.
CLAIRVOYANTS
AAA— HENRY MANSFIELD, ordained trance
psychic medium; palmist \u25a0\u25a0 develops, teaches;
readings consultation; influence; obtains "for
you the highest Ideals; all revealed, nothing 1
concealed: removes trouble, doubt, uncertainty,
. ill health, worry over life's problems; tells you
everything: names, dates, full Information, se-
crets, whatever you wish to linow. 1302 . Fill*
more «t. '\u25a0 Readings by mall. $1.
MISS ZEMDAK. young gifted clair. and palm,;
. a wonderful prophetess; hours 10 to 10; 1. 50c,
g. $1. <>52 Haves bet. Laguna and Buchanan.
MADAME AUGUST, clairvoyant; truth \u25a0or no
pny; ."iOc readings. 333 San Carlos ay. bet.
20tb and 21st sts. above Mission; hours 10 to 9.
MME STARR of 1241 Broadway. Oakland.* now
1122 Market Et.. S. F-. rm. 33: truth or no pay.
INVESTMENTS
E. F. WAYLAND & "coTIbROKERs!
474 Monadnock building, San Francisco, Cal.
STOCK OFFERED FOR QUICK SALE.
1.000 shares Omega Gold Mining C0....®- .30
1,000 shares Section Six Oil Co @ .56
1,000 New Pennsylvania Petroleum Bid
1,000 shares Templor Ranch Oil Co @ .15
1,000 Landau Economic Syphon.. <a .20
1,000 shares Spring Tire C 0....' & .23
1,000 California Pressed Brick. '. [email protected] .30
1,000 shares Four Metals (San Jose)[email protected] .20
600 Arizona Verde Copper & G01d....® .23
COO shares Coalinga Aladdin [email protected] .18
100 shares Mascot Copper C 0.'..... .(a 5.00
100 Collins Wireless Telephone [email protected] 1.50
23 shares Burllngame Typewriter....® 2.00
10 shares Rio Mlcbol Rubber Co ffjjj 25.00
10 shares Chiapas Rubber Plantation.^ 18.00
BUKLINGAMK Tel. Typewriter stock very
cheap. - N. D. It.. 149 Falrmount St., S. F.;
phone. Mission 733.
COLUMBIA MARBLE QUARRIES (Inc.)— ls
year 5% bonds, with stock bonus $500. for sale
at 00%. D. E. BESECKER. 248 Pacific bldg.
WE lihv«» n market for all stocks. ITERSTATE
COMMERCIAL SALES CO.. 1047 Phelan bldg.
OCEAN- SHOIRE RY. BONDS FOR SALE. D. E.
BESECKEK. 248 PACIFIC BUILDING.
FOR sale — Mortgage $1,250; security real estate;
10 per cent net. Apply room (S2O. Crocker hldg.
FINANCIAL
COMPANIES incorporated and organized; most
favor, charters. Nafl Inc. Co.. 811 Mills bldg.
WE buy or lend on Ocean Shore bonds and Cal.
\u25a0Safe Pep, hooks. 221 Monadnock _hlrtg ; _^__
MINES AND MINING
GOLD, amalgam, rich ore bought; cash; assaying
50c. PIONEER ASSAY CO., 131 sth st. near
Howard. - ' - \u25a0'
FOR sr.le — Free milling gold mine aud mill: in-,
vestlgate. Room 8. Hotel Margaret. 71 4th at.
MONEY TO 'LOAN*
A A^MON E Y." ~~ ~Mr^NE\\
. LEX US ADVANCE YOU THE CASH TO SUP-
PLY YOUH 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 OR PHONE.
HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO..
$57-300 Pacific building. 4th and Market sts.
PluMies^-Douglas 3265, Home J1741.
Oakland office— slB-51!) First National Bk. bldg.
QUICK LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE..
Begin the new year right; if you have a steady
position and owe v number of small bills we will
advance you the money to pay them and you can
repay us In small payments to suit your con-
venience; strictly confidential ; we are leaders be-
cause of our low rates and courteous treatment.
GREAT NORTHERN LOAN CO.. 618 J'belan
building. 6th floor. Open until 6 p. in. Monday
and Saturday 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 knows
of any transaction nt our office. Rebates given..
No iiidorser. WESTERN LOAN CO., 408 Call
building. Open till 6 p. m. Mondays and Satur-
days until Bp. tn. ' . :\u25a0....-. • - .\u25a0-.;\u25a0
AA— STRICTLY' condential; loans on furniture,
pianos, livestock, warehouse receipts or security
of any kind; loans can be repaid messy week-
ly, monthly or yearly payments : It U easier to
pay one than a number; don't fail to call and
see us. ILLINOIS FINANCE CO., formerly
-ILLINOIS TRUST CO.. 1510 Eddy St., half
block from Fillmore..
WE LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE
PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT. No indorser;
conflilentlal; no red tape | methods; $1 week
paj-n $13 loan. $2 week pays $30 loan, $3 week
pays ?4."> loan, $4 week pays $00 loan. Call
nnd see. us. THE ROYAL INVESTMENT
COMPANY. 750 Phtlan building.
' : CASH promptly ADVANCED ~"
Persons In Permanent' Salaried Positions.
ANY AMOUNT FROM $10 TO $150.
• No Interest. No Security ' Required.
REASONABLE FIXF.D CHARGE ONLY.
" • Maintain Your .Credit with Our Money. :
Francis Smith Co.. 304 METROPOLIS B'K BLQ.
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos and other se-
curity: lowest rates;', most favorable terms. in
the city: see others, then sec me and be'eon-
vinccd; I will save. you money: $2.23 weekly
repaj-u $30 loan. Phone Market 3029. GEORGE
W. MILLER. 3009 16th-st.' southwest corner
Mission, room 3J5. ' -• , .
MONEY, loaned naiirled people, women keeping
house and others upon their own .names,' with-
out security ;. easy payments; save \u25a0 money ' by
trading Jiere; offices in 63' principal cities. •
' TOLMAN, room ,951 Phel^n building, Saa
Francisco, and room 0. 460 13th st.. Oakland.
AAA — Wage earners,, either- men or I women, can
, make a loan In strictest confldonce at the Em-
. ployes' Credit Co;. room r 424 Mouadnock bldg.. \-
\u25a0-'."•'.' ! -5>^ 'PER -CENT- MONEY;* 1 :-' t-'
.^"$500,000 to Moan on mortgage in ;* sums* of
$3,000 - to .525.000.-at sWV per cent; security
must be gilt edfeed. EDWARDS, BREW-
STER & CLOVER,' Rotuqda. Mills bldg. >Vr;
SALARIED persons and WAGE EARNERS can
I obtain LOANS at reasonable rates without red
= tnpe or delay, at 433 PHELAN BLDG. PHONE
DOUGLAS 3244. -
FURNITURE— :
LIFE INSURANCE—
"\u25a0 \u25a0 ;-'; -' ... • \u25a0 • :\u25a0\u25a0;.; . ' -.SALARIES—
Wage: Earners' Investment and Loan : Company,
:-"".0..-/'--; '\u25a0':"• :';: ';- 4.43 ! Pln«>»st. : --.V.V^-i. : r, X -- 'J y:
AAA— SALARIED men and women accommodated
.without ; delay • or ; publicity. \u25a0"\u25a0 Home | Credit \u25a0 and
-Investment Corr 523 fPaelflc building, 15th floor.
SALARY LOANS— Ladies and gentlemen without
security;; notes, and commercial paper -bought.
v 313" Merchants',' Ex.l bldg. ;; t phone Douglas 1411.
ON- furniture, pianos or "*ny security. -BECKER
- . Mopadnock building, 681 ; Market st., room 403.
ON 1 J f nrntlnre : ; and % pianos ; \u25a0. no } remoral. : TRE-
. MAlN,. room 311. 833 Market,; next Emporium .
Sam s Raphael. =5 '\u25a0 Powell^-Llb. , loans oa 'diamonds
;and jewelry; low, rates; burglar proof \u25a0vaults.';.;
SALARY* loans; t other,? propositions."" •-' San Fran-'
,\u25a0'\u25a0' Cisco; Discount Agency, :4ll Peclfle' building. >
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without In.
; - dorser. ? MORRELL.' 1022 - Monadnock hulldln«.
.;.:V V^. \u25a0-\u25a0 V^monejVz-avanted. \u25a0•\u25a0;\u25a0;/
WHY . takers V&; and j4 pcr T cent for -your money
-; ;* when you ', can -; get 76 . and >-7-- per \u25a0 cent : on i gilt
wedged first mortgages?^MOßTGAGE LOANS is
->'6ur ' business, i'- If ; you > have •: money > to • loan.'
' • TALK :-i IT. -3 OVER -- WITH - US. EDWARDS,
>' BRBWSTER & CLO VKR.I Rotunda. : Mills bldg.t
I j HAVE; the I Idea" of ja ! perpetual . motion."" \ Who
-, will " lend'- me some • money -to mjike -It ; and -to
take cut first patest? U, &;, bo* 2&Q, C4JJ. ,
; MONEY. TO LOAN— REAL ESTATE
AAA— LICK LOAN CO.. 35 Montgomery st. ;
-r DEAL DIRECT. ANY AMOUNT.
First and second mortgages and installment loans :
- : :in any part of San Francisco, t
Lick building. ; room 101. Douglas 3016, C 3016.
ANY- amount; lowest rates era- first and second
. on ; real estate, legacies, ; undivided
..Interest, estates inprobate: no delay. R. Mc-
COLGAN. rooms 502 and 504, Claus Spreckels
< (Call) building. Market and 3d sts. \u25a0"..-.'
ANY amount on real estate first or second mort-
gßges or any security; no delay; lowest rates
O.W. BECKER. Monadnock bldg.. 6SI Market.
HERMAN. MURPHY, 190 Sutter et.. rms. 301-2.
- - Second mortgages, estates, legacies. etc JL ___^_ \u25a0
'~h E ®'}}i^? T1 ? Ef ? /--"-----,
THE regular meeting of the stock holders of tbe
Crescent Feather Company, a 'corporation, -will
"" s be held at the offices of the company, at the
"southeast corner of 10th and Harrison sts.. San
Francisco. CaL, SATURDAY, the 29th day of
>' January. 1910. at the hour of 1 p. m.. for the
' .purpose of electing a . board of directors to
serve for the ensuing year and for the consid-
eration \nd transaction of such other business
as may come before the meeting. -
CRESCENT FEATHER COMPANY.
LOUIS SARONI. secretary.
NOTICE is hereby given' that I have this day
\u25a0 purchased, the" business, . stock." fixture* and
. good will of that restaurant located at 200 4tl»
st, S. - P. 1 , ;\u25a0- formerly owned by Alexander Car-
ious, and all hills must be presented for pay-
ment within five days from dat*. Jan. 22,
lftlO. \u25a0\u25a0•" • - - P. L. CHILDERS.
PROPOSALS AND BIDS
Sealed proposals will be received at the office
of the Sacramento Valley Irrigation Company
until '4 o'clock p. in. February 13, 1910, for the
excavation of one million five hundred thousand
(1,300,000) yards of earth in the construction of
canals and laterals on the Sacramento valley ir-
rigation project. Bids will be received for one or
more divisions of about 50,000 to 100.000 yards
each. - The right is reserved to reject any or all
bids, to accept a bid on any one or more divi-
sions "nnd reject the other, and to waive tech-
nical defects, as the interests of the company
may require. . .
Specifications, forms of proposals and plans may
be inspected at the office of the chief engineer
of the company at Willows," California.
SACRAMENTO VALLEY IRRIGATION. COM-
PANY.
By Fentress Hill, General Manager.
'\u25a0 BANKRUPT SALE. "" '\u25a0
JAPANESE ART AND FANCY GOODS. ETC.
Bids: are solicited for entire stock and fixtures
of "KIMONO HOUSE." 235-237 Geary St.; also
for nnoxplred lease; rare, opportunity to secure
and . valuable stock. Further particular*
furnished at office Frank Sc Mansfield, 1215 Mer-
chants' Exchange building, . attorneys for P. T.
Riley, trustee K. Takemura & Bros., bankrupt".
Time and terms of sale posted board of trade of
San Francisco. 106 Pine st.
CITY REAL ESTATE
THOMAS E. HAYMAN,
Suite 1000. First National Bank bldg.
Montgomery and Ppst. Telephone Kearny 1703.
$5,250 cash— 2l4 Cole, half block from Fell and
the panhandle; 3 of the most artistic new
5 and 0 room flats in San Francisco; price
t has been reduced to $10,250; rented low
at $1,200 per annum; If you want the
prettiest and cheapest flats in town, see
these ut once; $2,000 less than cost.
. $5,500 cash — Baker «t.. east sidy, 35 feet south
of Golden Gate ay. ; 3 beautiful new 5-B
room flats just finished; all rented at
$1,200 per annum; full price only $10,500;
st>e this quick; won't last many days.
$3,000 cash— ls23 Golden Gate ay. at Pierce st.;
v- 0 room residence; lot 25x135:«; reduced to
$3,700; lot alone worth $4,500; this house
is worth $7,500 today; must be sold.
$4,250 cash — 3 high clues new flats; best part of
- Larkin; lot 30x137:6; reduced to $10,250;
' cheap at $12,000. • '
$7,000 ea*b — 3 new flats, near Washington and
Taylor; full price only $12,000; $2,000
less than anything in neighborhood.
$3,000 cash— 2 of the finest 7-8 room flats in
the Western addition; nearly new; lot
27:<5x137:6; full price only $5.750.
$S,OuO cash — Rents $1,080 per annum; fine new
corner; lot 2SxI,CO: best part of Mission
inside of ISth:. every room has bay win-
dow; full price only $14,000; be sure to
see this.
$7,000 cash — Kents $1,700 per annum; Hayes st.
business property: large lot; 2 frontages;
full price only $12,500. \u25a0• ,
$2,800 cash— Green ' and Buchanan; Uit 27:6 x
137:6. with 3 flats; full price deduced to
• $3,800.
$10,000 cash— Rents $2,160 per annum; California
. and Jones; 3 of the finest flats of S rooms
each on Nob Hill; full price only $18,000;
. one like this just sold for $20,000.
$7,000^-Half cash; Fell apd Pierce; lot 27:6 x
*k\. 57:6; 2 choice flats; would be cheap at
$8,000. >..- '
$6,000 cash — 3 new 7 room flats east of Devlsa-
- dero; rented' at $1,400 per annum: full
price only $11,000; hardwood • floors;
beamed ceiling; high class in every re-
spect.
$17,000 cash— Rents - $s.2oB' per annum:' one of
the finest built apartment houses in tfan
Franclseo; lot 42x125; full price only $35,-
000. Must be sc-en to be appreciated. .
$3,750 cash — 3 choice new flats, rent for $1,140
per annum; full. price only $8,750; at Un-
ion and Larkio. .
$7,500 cash — Iltnts $2,400 per annum :",'l4 flats
of ; 4 rooms each; on lot 60x114; central
part of Mission: full price only $15,000;
building alone, worth more than full price..
$6,000. cash — Washington and Spruce; 2 new 8
. anil 0 room flats; -2 baths each; leased
cheap for 3 years at $1,620 per annum;
lull, price reduced t0. 514,300; lot 35x105.
Nothing finer In city.
$7,000 cash— Rented low at .Sl.Soo per annum;
6 new blgb class flats; Union and Polk,
north Mil* of street: lot 22:ttx82:6; full
price 512,.">00, This |s a bargain. -
$35,000— -Cash. _ one-half : corner downtown near
\u25a0 Powell; Improvements consist of store and
fl flats; rents $4,440 per annum; store
leased.
$6,000 — Half cash; 2 new flats, north side of
street; near 18th and Church; overlooking
park. This Is n snap.
$3,Boo— Half cash: 4 new 4 room flats; lot 82:6
ft. front; rent $1,200 per annum; Western
addition.
\u25a0 $5,000 cash— Rented at $1,400 per annum; 3 new
5 and 6 room flats: Presidio Heights: re-
duced to $10,250; would liv cheap at ?12,-
wio. '• \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-'. - • . .
$4,000 cash— 3 choice flats. California and Fill-
more: full. price $8,000; lot 27:6x00; re-
duced from $10,000. .
$4,500 cash— Rent* $1)00 per annum: 2 excellent
flats nearly new: best part- of Sacramento
St.; lot 27:BxllO; full, price $7,400; re-
duced from $0,000. . -
$6,000 cash— Kents $2,000 per annum; store and
7 flats; northwest corner. Mission: lot 100'
x 100; full .price only $13,500; must be
" sold.
$2,000 cash — One of the best 7 room residences
in the Richmond district: inside of Sth
ay.: full price only $3.ooo;. must be sold
reason for this sacrifice;. don't miss it. > - •
$1,000 cash— Lake and Sth ay.; beautiful new 6
roopi residence, with garage just com-
pleted; full price only $3,650; i different
from anything in the district; don't fall
,to see It at once. Certainly won't last
• 'many days. .
$0,000 — Lot 65x82:6. north. side of Filbert Ft.,
key to Polk; think of buying a lot of this
kind for less than $IW) a front foot; big-
gest bargain In town.
SOL GETZ & SONS. Heal Kstate Dealers,
Room 328, Chronicle building.
New Blocks! Just Being Gradedl
$160, $250 to $450— Level lots; Excelsior Htf
Ocean View and near Parkslde;- $5 monthly.
$800 to $I,2so— Graded Sunset lots,' near park
and cars, Sth ay. to 25th ay. ; fine view and easy
terms..
$550 to* $I.2so— Richmond Heights lota; view
of ocean, park and Spreckels lake; terms.
Lots in Oceanside district; any sire and price;
call' for diagrams. . "
$1,250 to $3,600 — Modern cottages ; payments
same as rent.
Oceanside branch' office, corner H st. and 47th ay.
' \u25a0:\u25a0,'-\u25a0. Open daily • and - Sundays.
SOL GETZ & SONS, Owqprs and Dealers,
, Room '32B. Chronicle building.
SNAP IN COTTAGE •
' Of 4 rooms In SUNSET DISTRICT.
Dne block from GOLDEN GATE PARK and H st.
OWL CAR LINE.
' •\u25a0'* Street work done. ,-
' Only ; $500 cash required. , ' '
Balance on easy payments.
- Total price $1,850. - .
LOT alone Is worth' tbe money. , ".
MPMAN & HIRSCHLER. ...2.V. Montgomery st.
• Phone Douglas 3644.
FOR lots, cottages, bouses and flats* In RICH-
,-MOND ; and ",, SUNSET .districts, call at our
-branch office, corner- of H st. ;and 7th ay.,
Sunset/"; or corner |pf | Fulton st and • 49 1 h ar.,
\u25a0opposite" life saving -"station. - Open dally, ln-
\u25a0 clndlpg Sunday.- Take Ellis and Ocean car. .
MPMAN & HIRSCIILER... .235 Montgomery st.
li SNAP. •'. SNAP." , \ SNAP.
J6,500-^BUSINESS, CORNER fronting 120; feet
\u25a0- V :. on ."• Clement f-st. '\u25a0*\u25a0 car ;. line; reduced \u25a0 from
/ -• $7,500- for ! quick',: sale; ; owner ..must •\u25a0\u25a0sell:'
\u25a0 I- ; swell i northeast - corner,. Clement % et. - and
" \u0084 v ISth ". ar. ; .70x120; •_ large " bank mortgage
can be \u25a0 arranged; street :\u25a0 Improvements
'golng>on at city's, expense. -THIS. IS A
- MONEY. MAKER. ' \ . ,
LIPMAN &'HIKSCHLERV '.".'. 2SS Montgomery st.
:\u25a0-- ;. ; v :, Phone Douglas 3644. ;.-: j:
X~l very: comfortable -'residence ;of %7- rooms vand
-basement; 27:6 on Pine st.: baVgain. s JOSEPH
. "BTRAUB, cor.. Sutter and Fillmore. \u25a0.- .\u25a0*=
HAVE I Standard Title I Insurance I Company,' Mills
Wds-jiaffure four; title; nre time sad BOBf/. ,
CITY REAL ESTATE— Contlnned
SPECK. PASCHEL & CO.,
22S Montgomery St.,
Mills buildlng.-
$17,500 — Jones st.: corner; close to Geary;' lot
:'-;: '-; 33 "'*«: frontage.
*ld,oo0 — rtrnr new tlats of ."» rwnns nnd bath:
clinker brick entrance and basement front;
first story shingled; second plastered; very
neat and artistic; living room has open
Dutch fire place; artistic sideboards: tiled
. sink back; snnny bedrooms; lot 41:0x120;
MU ay. near California st.; $6,500 mort-
gage 'can remain;- want offer. -
$11,500^ — Fifth ay. business corner; 2 stores and
2 flats; brand new: sidewalk and street
Improvements complete: annual Income
$1,400; lot 25x1*5; want offer.
$B,soo— Grove st. , near Devisadero; 4 elegant
apartments of 3 rooms and bath each;
\u25a0 ?3,000 mortgage can remain; lot 25 ft.
frontage; rents $1,020 annjrally; very lew.
$6,ooo— Vicinity of 7th and Howard sts.; 4
modern flats. ' 3 rooms and bath each;
rents $72; this is a bargain; lot 23xS0.
$s,ooo— Key. lot. 33:10x37:6. near Polk and
j Broadway; no grading; pan of foundation
. In; elevation plan for flats In our office.
S $4,750— Tw0 flats of 6 and 4 rooms and 3 room
cottage in rear in Golden Gate ar. near
1-you st.; rents $50 a month; lot 25x137:6;
$2,700 mortgage can remain.
$2,500— L0t 23x73; Natoina st. near 7th: $1,000
mortgage can* remain; a fine district for
a small investment
$2,4 C0 — Near 7th and Howarfi: stable. 6 stalls;
. concrete floors; sanitary condition; lot
25x75; rents $22.50.
$2,200— Lot 27x75. and solidly built building,
covering entire lot; near Sth and Clejnen-
tinu sts.
$1,000 — Lot 25x75 near stli and Harrison sts.;
McEnerney decree; must be sold; .want
offer.
$225 — Two Parkside lots; snap; 25xl2tt; must
\u25a0be sold at once; 40th st. near T.
RESIDENCES
$4,400— .New cottage, Just completed; between
Lake and West Clay sts.; key lot, 25x
120: mertne view; ideal home; street
work.
$4,000 — Two i>tory. and "finished basement of 11
1 rooms and baths; lsth ay. near Clement
«t.; lot 25xl?u; easy 'terms; built since
the fire.
SPECK, PASCHEL & CO.. Real Estate Agents.
22S Montgomery st.,
. Miils building. i
$100 cash. ?20 per month. *hew cottage. 4 rooms,
batb; on Folsom st.; large floored attic; grate
and mantel; china closet: 7 ft. basement; price
$2,500. E. ».— FYFE REALTY CO.. 207 Me-
chanics' Savings Bank bldg., cor. Market and
Mason sts.
$1,600 — The only lot for sale on" north side of
Clement st. bet. 15th and 16th ays.. near new
park panhandle; Sutter st. cars pass lot.
Owner 62S X at.. Snnset.
$6.500 — 3 new swell flats on northeast corner on
Noe st.; 5 rooms and bath each; rents $61*;
I street work done. OWNER. 2190 Mission st.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1631 FILLMORE ST.
NOVATO RANCH LANDS.
NOVATO RANCH LANDS.
MARIN COUNTY. CALIFORNIA.
. 2« MILES FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
The best evidence of value is the number of
acres sold — 5,604 acres since December 1. 1000.
notwithstanding the continuous rains. We sim-
ply ask investigation and leave the. rest with
\u25a0 you. Terms easy — one-<juarter down, balance
in three equal annual payments. Apples,
peaches, pears aud vineyards— s. !•#
and 20 acres — $:iOO to $400 per acre, full beat
Ing. \u25a0
The finest garden lands from $100 to $250
per acre, adapted to all kinds of vegetables
and berries.
Chicken ranch lands In the low foothill,
bordering the valley, $40 to $75 per acre —
ideal.
Pure mountain water, InexlouistiMe quanti-
ties; springs and creeks on surface and well
- water at 20 feet. Climate unsurpassed in
California.
Call or write for our free literature. Six
dally trains each way to Novato; 70 cents
round trip on Sunday. Agents meet every
train.
Take £ausalito boat.
J. P. MASSrE COMPANY,
ttOl-602 Union Trust bldg.,
. San Frangiaco. California.
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY FARMS. ~"
Hi acres of good soli: 5 miles from Martinez:
half mile from school; 13 acres \u25a0 in . hearißg
grapes. 10 acres Zinfandel. 5 acres tokays. also
about 12 acres 3 year old grapes;. s acres planted
in fruit tree«; small house and well; price $110
per acre: only $1,000 •Vwn.
145 acres rolling lanu: U mile.* from station. 6
miles from the river; sandy loam; good bay and
grain laud. \u25a0 easy to work : 8 room house. large
barn, mllkbouse, chicken nooses: 4 acres bearing
grapes; family orchard: no frost here: good for
trult or rrapes: water piped to house and barn;
price $5,500.
160 acres of fine laud !u San Ramon valley;
one mile from town: living tt;ream through th»
place: scattering oaks; well renced into 5 nelds;
good house. 7 rooms and'lxth: large new baru.
60x60; new cow ham, tool shed, chicken bouse. 5
good cows, cream separator. 3 good horses, har- \u25a0
nexs, plows, mower, rake, wagon, buggy, cart,
lot of small tool*: price $80 per acre: easy terms.
HOLCOMB REALTY COMPANY, '
306 San Pablo ay.,
\u25a0 Oakland* Cal.
~~ MERCED COLONY ~ '\u25a0 :
4,000 acre* of irrigated land adjoining the city
limits of Merced, a town with a population o"f
3,500; 5, 10. 20 acre tracts; prices' s7s to $150
per acre; easy terms; Irrigation $1 per acre;
splendid water supply: electric power fbr
lights and pumping; soil Is a rich dark loam
adapted to alfalfa, corn, figs, grapes, fruits and
vegetables; alfalfa on adjoining land yields 7
to 0 tons per acre and corn goes over 70 bush-
els; tbe S. P. and Santa Fe railroads aad three
county roads traverse Merced colony; markets,
churches, schools., stores, creamery, alfalfa
meal mill all convenient; literature on appli-
cation. ' r
COOPERATIVE LAND AND TRUST CO..
246 Rnss building, San Francisco, or Merced.
$3.00 PER ACRE.
Great wheat country; 100 acre farms in the
rich delta of the Sonera river; near American
line in Mexico, between Southern Pacific and
sea; most excellent climate; deep garden soil;
\u25a0 com, wheat, cotton, beans, alfalfa, dates
oranges, lemona. all vegetable products; good
market; 150.000. acre* now opened to American
farmers; first IO.fIOO acres at $3 per acre, half
cash; this is really $100. land. See or write us
immediately.
C. M. WOOSTER COMPANY.
702 Market St., San Franclseo. Cal.
INFORMATION of opening 2.">0 > 000 acres 'co-
lusa and Glenn counties. Ea»y terms.
SACRAMENTO VALLEY IRRIGATION CO..
500 First National Bank Building. :
\u25a0 - • San Francisco.- x
"First allotment nearly all gone."
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS.
Cottage, with 2 lota 50x150 feet each. In
: Santa Cruz mountains, about a mile from post-
-office and station: fruit and ornamental trees:
fine soil, charming < views and situated about
250 feet from creek; quit* suitable for . year
round residence; owner must sell. Address
box 2555, Call office. :
FREE INFORMATION .
On best country and suburban properties In Cali-
fornia: thousands of all descriptions listed; In-
formation absolutely reliable and accurate: no
fee er commission. Call or write HOMESEEK-
ERS\ INFORMATION BUREAU. 944 &4 8 Mo-
nadnock .building, San Francisco,
$850-^3 acres on electric R. R. near Sebastopol;
Sonoma county: all nnder the plow; nothing
better anywhere for fruit, berries or poultry:
small cash payment: balance to suit purchaser
E. S. FYFE REALTY CO.. 207 Mechanics*
.Bank bldg.. cor. Market and Mason its.
ONE DOLLAR PER ACRE cash and $1 per
month -will buy flat, - level, sediment land at
Orland, Glenn county; no Interest for 5 years-
, $G0 an acre. - - " "
FEHREN. ROBINSON COMPANY,
025 First National Bank bid.. San Francisco.
FOR sale — 15 acres, sat. to 8 year old trees at
beautiful Lor Altos; buy now wtiile prices are
..reasonable, for they are snre to advance. Ad-
- dress the owner. W. P. BROWN, 825 Chaanlag
Lane. Phone iBS«K. * •. -jgaaSagliU
FOR. sale— Good, bargains. "ln orange orchards
also unimproved orange land In the Porter-
villA. Lindsay district; call or send for litera-
ture. M. P. ,W. ALBEE, 2133 Center st
Berkeley. Cal. : J3.,J 3 .,
5 AND 10 acre lots, suitable for fruit, vegetable?
and poultry raising; one-tenth easn. $1 montS.
- per _ acre, . or : exchange for S. f. lots. ; PAUL
ROSSIER. 33C Pine at.
CALIFORNIA LANDS: $1 cash. 75c mo. per acre
—.no taxes, no Int.: good ral. land; plenty water.
California Home and ' Land Association.
. - 504 Market- st.. San Francisco. ..
FOR farmr- stock ranches and timber lands see
McFAUL.Jfc EDWARDS.- 257 California st.
\u25a0d' OAKLAND REAL ESTATE
I HAVE a. most desirable lot for sale cheap; lo-
cated on high ground in .one «f the* best resl-
v dence sections of .: Oakland: direct car line to
' . center iof -city -one-; block -from ithls \u25a0 property;
i owner I needs • immediate cash ' for - his equity ;
:- balance "easy: terms.^ ELLlS BROS., 46S lltb
St., .Oakland/ „-_. \u25a0 / .
money: money: money:
I will sacrifice a vacant lot. 30x200 ft., street o-»
both ends, all improvements In and paid: 2
blocks from caw: best bay in East Oakland;
$»50. V, cash- Phone evenings. Merritt 1001;
BEAUMONT.
$3.4oo—Modern 3 room bungalow; Claremont dlt-
trlct; convenient to Key Runt<t; 1 block fr«ui
College ar.: street work, fencts. etc., com-
plete; berries, fruit tree*, lawn. Bowers; beaa-
tlful view; term*. Phone Piedmont 21.T2.
5 ROOM bungalow, nearly new. situated en hixtj
ground, with good view: In E. Oakland: prU>e
$3j700. AdJresw 1017 13th ay.; phoo» Merritt
ONLY $300 down, balance like rent, will buy you
a aew. 5 room, niodern bnngaiow. Just com-
, pierced; near Key Rome; marine view; price
-. $3.000. Owner. 1420 Broadway. Oakland.
ONXY $300 down, balance like rent, will buy yfn.
.» new 3 room modern bungalow: jiist cnn»-
plcted; near Key Route: marine view; price
$3.000. Owner. 1420 Broadway, Oakland.
BEAUTIFUL French bnngaJoTT. with oak Boors
and grami locacion: must t>« mild iesa thin
coat." Phone Piedmont 1313 immediately.
BERKELEY' RBA L ESTATE
TEN DOLLARS down and $10 per month wl!t
ptice you in a bonse of your own; location cen-
tral Berkeley: Mr. Mechanic, if yon are payin-
rent best it to one of these lots before^ rbey (tr-
ail gone. THOMAS N. BADGER, owner. -17
Bacon block.-Oakland. -
ALAMEDA nRAL ROTATE
BUY ytmr horn» from W. n. McNAUGHTOV,
133fi Park at.. Alameda: phone Albih«C* S-'"-
CIIE.\P land for p.mltry: «nly k lot-* l«-ft of
l*roctor nubdlvlalou; 2 mlle« froci !Ljyw«rtl:
$125 to $230 'per acre; near school .«ii main
county road; oue-third dcr.u: no lntLr.«;, u»
taxes.
HAYWARI) REALTY CO..
S. C. SMITH. Manager, Hay ward
7 Open Sunday*.
BURLIXCAME REAL ESTATE
$4»W0—Half cash; new 6 room bniialcw; Oregon
pine salsa; veneered panels, be*u» cvlUng*.
wall bed. eablnet kitchen. br<Mid porch. c-o!i-
crete walks; large lot; ealy 3 miuu'v*' wali
from station; Howard a». near BltomuVM road.
Barllngame. Cal. t<ee own<r mi j>-«u;!ses. p.-
write to O. R. McGEE. builder. Bvr'ingame.
CaL
SAN MATEO REAL ESTATE
M.UST be sold at once; about 12 miles from sj.i
Mateo: in redwoods: 300 ftcrc ranvb^ pastn.>»
and timber lacd; no improvement*; $15 per
acre. Particulars, box lrts. San Mateo.
RANCHES, hocse* and lots for sale or trade.
Send for Hat. F. H. PARKER. Sunta Cgiz.
HOMES, ranches, acreage. exchange;. Us;.
DAVID L. WILSON. Santa Crus. Cal.
KEDAVOODJC 1 ITVJtE.^ LESJATE S
GREAT BARGAINS^—Lots In Rrdwood City. 91!
each; elegant home sites; close in: don't dels
only few left: $10 down and $.1 per inontU !>t.i
a lot; write or call for handsome N.r_>ktet.
K. W. MAGRUDER. 2TKC Mission at.
RE.\L ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
AA—THE FULLER COMPANY..
322 PACIFIC BLD«.. MARKET ST. at 4tli.
SAN FRANCISCO.
PHONES DOUGLAS 102 a and JIO2U.
nigh cla.-«s business «j*portunitie* confldentlallj-
handled. To sell or engage in busluow or ral>*
nioiwy on any bona fide business, see us.
SALOON for real estate. $1.500.
LOT off Market st.: any busine**.
APARTMENT HOUSE. $12.0M>. for real fststc
COUNTRY and CITY propositions in variety.
Bring in your exchanges.
THE FILLER CO..
EXCLUSIVE DEALEKri IN THE KKST.
I WILL exchange my pair of flats in Oakland,
which are bringing in good income, for a lot
on Mission st. between 16th and 26th: prefer-
ably on the north stde of the street. AdUreaa
box 2180. Call office.
COUNTRY home in Sonoma, rent, sale or ex-
change for city property: hnu.v f* r<-om«.
springs, woods; 57,000. F. P. BIOLKTI'I.
Berkeley.
COUNTRY and CITY exchange— I am makins
exchange* In good property and making friends
\u25a0of my clients: let me Know you some good
stuff. LEE A. WILSON. 4ft* 10th st.. Oakland.
COUNTRY and city property exchanged. J. P.
GARDNER. 625 Monadnock. Han Francisco.
FOR sale—Living rooms: or to trade off f>»r
property in town; vacant lat. Box 2005. I'm!!.
BOARD and rooming bouse: clears $130 mon'h.
W. A.: trade cottage; price $4.000. 4-'U> Kiltlr.
WE can secure you an advantageous exciuinge.
FIDELITY REALTY CO. 7*i> M.irket »f.
WAyTEP n
WANTEI>—We have a customer ftw a ranch:
must t» In Yuba connty and south of Ynh»
river; p!ca«e rive full particniiirs as to loca-
tion, price and terms: also description a* t»i
section number, township and range: ah«>
owner's name and address. G. 11. I'MBSEN &
iT>.. 20 >lontgomery St.. San Franci«ff>. Cat.
SHINGLES. $1.30; rustic, pine and red. «22;
CnorlTig. $17: lining and boards. $10. XI loth.
REAL ESTATE TRAX*.MTIO.VS '
Katharina Spltzer to Kafherinc Wiesmann irt
al.. lot in N lin* of Twenty-sevond street. 7:» E
of Gnerroro. E 20 by N 90: gift.
John D. t'ronan and wife to James P. Bur«i*.
lot in NW line <rf Ann;^tr«*t. IW> NE of »'<-!
som. NE 35. W. 22. SE l(Tr$10.
Thomas J. Kane et al. to Patrick Kane, lot lr» '
W line of Ileree street, 37:H N of Turk. N 2">
by W S7:H: $10.
Louisa Creeze to Bree«e iuvestiirent compony.
lot at NE corner of Sntter and Franklin streets.
E 110 by N 120. and eight otiwr |m«»h: $n>.
Magdalena Meyer t» I^n'se 11. Fiaeh CI ;tl..
a fifth interest in lot at SW corner of i>«rv auil
Laguna streets. W 34:4',! by S i:s7:rt: $10.
Roundey realty company to William Ji. 'Smyl«Mr
and wife, lot in NE line of Hamilton street, H*i
NW of Silliman. NW 2." by NE 12ii; ?10.
William B. Floyd and wife to Joseph l\
Str«m«wo!d. portion of lot 6, bloct 4, West e:i«l
map 1: $10.
Henry Blanchet Jr. and wife tt» Torem-e Mni!.
gan, lot in S line of Bayview i>trert, J)3 W »i
Flora. W 25 by S 100: $10.
John G. Klnmpke to city jind county of S;i»
Frawisco. lot in W line of Piam<md street, lix)
NE ef Bcrksblre. NE M.3S. NW ZOO 1, SW 20. U,
SE 200; $I..VM). /
Angle C. Bemis to Margaret Bletirry. lot In R
line of Castro street, 7i»:« j* of Army, S i> by X
IIS; $10.
Frank Jleley to Kate Meley. lot 11. WooJ.was.l
unbdlvUloo, and lots 4»XJ to 410. Precita vslle: :
gift.
Ernst Scnudel to Verena Hess, lot at SE eoruiv
of Point Lobos and Eighth avenues, E 28:S by S
100 (life estate); $10.
Jacob Hfytnan company to William Markatnmi.
lot In E line of Douglass street. 274 S of Nine
teenth, g 25 by E 125: $10. .
Edward A. Altpeter and wif* to Frank Sar
gent, lot 40. block 30. Retn tract: $10.
W-.' W. Magary and wife to Albert Wllford..let
In S line of Valley street, 1»> E of Castro, E SJ
by S 114; $10.
Nettle C. Stallman to EmelU Still man. lot in
NW line of LnaUburc (Spring* street. 134 SW
of Unadllla. SW SO fey NW 103:6; gift.
. William Jaenlcke and wife to Ernest W. Kanf
rnann. lot in N line of Ha(ght street. 1*4:10 E ,
cf rUlznor*. E 2 inchea by N. 95: $10.
Mary E. W. Copeland et al. to L. C. Glfford.
lot in W line of Mansfield street,. ICO S of Bur
rows, W 120 by S 10O: $1.
Estate of Mary Brady, alias Pool, deceased, by
executrix, to Patrick Biggins, tot at W corner »f
FoUom and Ransch streets, SW 5« by NW 100;
$0,000.
Parksjde realty company *f San Francisco t>>
John D. Garrison, lot at NW corner of Twenty
fourth avenne and Taraval tT) street. W"57:1 .
by N 100: $10. -
Lewis M. BannaOj-by eomm!«ilMjer». to th«»
Hlbernia savings amr loan society, lot in E line
of Pierce, street. 77:4H S of Clay. 3 23 by E
93:0: $3,468.
Real Estate and Development company to Fe
lice Massoero et aL. lot In W line of Wisconsin
street, 330 S of Twenty-second, S 23 by W luo:
grant. • ,
Minnie L. Johnsoo to Laura Steffens. la: hi N
line of Francisco street. 170:S Wof Leavenworth...
W 30 by N 137:6: $10. UfllfclWllH
Pope &. Talbot-land company, to George 11.
Myers, lot In N line «f Ania (A> street. 9O E of
Slxtwith avenue. E 23 by N IOOt $10.
John Brickell company to William F. Clucas
and wife, lot In E line of Thirtieth avenne. 2T4)
S «f California street. S 2$ by E 120: $10.
Max - Goldberg. to Golden Gat« tile company,
lot 34, block 14. Flint tract; $10.- .
Tb« Gray crashed rodt ««mp«ny to same. lot at
SE corner lef Tnlrtieth and. Diamond strecfs. »
to Thirty-first: stre«t. E to Castro street. N to
Thirtieth" street. W. to beginning; $10.
•Margaret J. Gilmarten to Mary Rush, lot in w
line of Forty-fourth avenue. 125 8 «f T street, S
25 by W 120; gift. - "--\u25a0-:-, \u25a0
George Thomas Miller aad'wife.to John Mac-
Pbersoh and wife.'lot 271. gift map S; $10.
. Kate M. Ajer» to Martin A. Richard, lot la S
line of An*a <A) street. 100 E of Thlrty-*lxt!»
avenne, E 23 by S 100; $10.
\u25a0 Huildlnir Con tracts .
The More head company with H- P. Ottaa. 7.
W. Kruse and Herman Lawson —Carpenter work,
painting and •• plumbing .for three \u25a0 story frame
building <store anrt flats), at SE corner of Cle- •
ment street and Sixth a venne. E 32:8 by S 100;
$13,582.
The Roman Catholic archbishop of Sttn Fr.in
cUco with J.-.W. Smith and J. J. Looney—Tt»
erect "a foftr story brick bnllding (residence) In
N line of California street. 57:6 E of Dupoot, N
137^5 by.B 50; $22,083.
. The .Wall estate with N. Clark k. Som et al.—
To erect a six- story brick building la.N line «f
OTarrell street, 2T;« B •< I'OTell, E J3 by N
JT;«;Ji«.65a * \u0084 ,\u25a0
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