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- HATHER C.QQDS
»' \u25a0% • *io AL P E MAR HOFER.
Tom
\u25a0y_--'.. mjSICAI, »NgTjgIJMENTS
A STARTLING PROPOSITION
• * TUP
KXIGHT-BRINKERHOFP PIANO CO..
BRAZIU INDIANA.
(nefer to Piano Purchasers' Guide )
i'«!?ire to place so
<>f these beautiful
instruments in
San Francisco homes
• 1? Rn advertisement
They offer
new pianos
,«.»_ second hand prices.
tit s —^Tle 14 $24Ss
fMO— Style 11 ..$263
$375-Style 7 "fMrfsa
Guaranteed six years.
N" Bonds — Premiums or Puriles
CtW^TuS Kearny s ,
' Sole Agpnte.
CROWN snd Concord Pianos, exclusive arencv"
market: 10 inch disc records. 25c each
vrhilc to last; Edison. Victor. Zonophone Ma-
rhlaf * «°" Records. BACIGALUPI.WMarket.
r °. LL Y h ! IBIA GRAF <>NOLA REGENT— Don't buy
: . ."H\ d sE U2U 26 mm o u -Fr^n n sr iment - KOHLER *
' A lwa L r C^ deeme<i , BtOT * pc Planos * toos t given
*'r--m!w2 Ef* "tnrage and advances. WHITE-
:. . HEAD }» l>lano Storage. 1426 2S Market, S. F.
\u25a0 " rpiA^' os lo reat: «»ftage free this week C^c"
HORNING. 1240 Market near sfhTndLarkin:
' F1 i N n? ft^r Pin . w * ! ' WTteb* P^no for sale, cheap.
. . \u25a0 124 ° Market st. uear 9th and Lark In.
:• ." M^ yy t Jfc small upright. $135. 37
V-J'X^YyyTEß^kAr^
TTPewrltfw-In the Monarch
• • MM? « Ty T eir T it ' r aU the "-rt""* *« la fill
*i«at all the time; other makes, second hand
at very reasonable prices: we rent, repair and
\u25a0 S'or c% f °£ &TB a u SS S h nS Vt r!flK ° P DOUKIM
- & ISEXBRUCK." Dealers.
• Sr K EC ii AL - * 35 ~ Smith-Premier or Remington r»-
DrR. MrMarke^' 11011 L * ALE^ X "
T V P 1 E^ X i, T^^ SS ~ All mak <"8" 8 fi( >ld- rented, re-
patred. 01$ Broadway. Oakland: tel. Oak. 8219.
AITO MO B I LE S
|n^ t .r- e^T P v, r , iee \tsoo\ t500 and «P w »r<!; several '03
and 0. XV bite louring cars, taken in trade for
<B <-sr s and thoroughly overhauled by our
mechanics from our factory.
WIXTOX AUTOMOBILE BRANCH.
\u25a0' . 300 Van Xess avenue.
San Francisco.
RT NABOUTS. roadsters and touring cars. In
good running order, at prices that make them
bargain*. CANNING & VINTOX AUTO CO 2
Etorey. -J.-.5 and <sa Golden Gate ay.
1 Maxwell toiirinr car. ~~
1 National Electric with exlde batteries. In
15rst class shape: will trade for diamonds or real
"state. A. C. HULL. 192 I2th st.. Oakland.
. fOR yule nr exchange for real estate — 5 passen-
.:• ger '<» Stevenh-IVaryea automobile: guaranteed
Al cndltlon; fully equipped. 1600 Park st..
. Alaise<"».
WANTED— B or 7 passenger car: driver has es-
t«bl.slied rental trade: will take car on com-
' - - TOnatoa. Address p. <). box 218. S. F.
•- . CHOICE snburl>un lot on o^e«n shore; H4 blocks
'. - to oar line; to e\rhsnge for automobile: Lam-
I'Tt nr rgrtercar preferred. 14W) Market st.
: .-*2\CTL. engine, new. $11S: bargains in autos.
\u25a0 • \u25a0 riKjir.fnrj:. lamps, tires, etc. Auto Parts Ex-
V ; \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0I.ango. 3.34 Liirkin st.
.;'."-. AUTO for snle: r. pas'pr.ger; Knox. 4 cylinder. 40
:ior«.-':">wer. u»<y!cl II touring car; perfect auto.
...-• .I*2l Lincoln ay.. Alameda.
. ;'-'«r*»Oli L'O lioi>ep<>wer. 5 pass, auto to exebanee
'f * cunty r«=»! estate; vnlue $750. Box 4240
. '«U offlce. Oakland.
--\u25a0 :.i 1 I IKLE Autu Kr.ikrrage Co.. dealers In new
•; ».] fciigl-tly used aur.^. 343 Golden G.ite ay.
!'\u25a0<". Atomfamm Brs7.ir.s Works can braze .rctr
• \u25a0 ' i:>n lilum. castings. 4SO Van Ness: Pk. 5120.
;*-\u25a0 :'.,K<>nD AUTOMOBILE. $1.- - X>o; NEW.
.'; . , >T'-R\ HORSE MKT.. Valencia at 14th.
: <-"' T r ::c ranahSßt, com shape. $s<x> for quick
.'. \u25a0' - B«S 42-T.). Call offi<v.. Oakland.
' : tno^onnn supplies
£\u25a0 W. $. B. 1. DUX. ."43 Golden Gate ay.— j
\ . . \u25a0\u25a0 t -"<}'-a:-ier* f < r Solar Intr.ps, Vesta batteries.
; . ' -i''::;«i oil. I)laniu:i-.l cs:ains and parts.
;.../:.•.. i 1,1 ON sy. <;aRAGE. GEARY. CORNER
: :. ' .;;!M;H; A \ T<> STORAGE: SUP'S; REPAIR
\u25a0;• motorcycles
" :•' }•'.'•' fltKCi;. 4 criincJer. shaft drive. 2 speed.
• -.. ; . ?•\u25a0\u25a0• <:.giuf; ungle cylinder. Ijelt drive, free
: .— t;^ii:e. 5 bp. : send for advanced catalogue.
Vv.'J i- CHICK. :iVj San I'abltr ay.. Oskland.
- •- I'fERCE* It- S. Emblem motorcrcles and bl^Tcl'-s.
.\u25a0 .; T "M\' T. i'.U.I. A: CO.. rr.T-a Golden Gate nv.
. jIORSES. HARNESS AND WAGONS
.; H"::scs f.>r t.alf— Two 5 rear old drivers. 1
• •••rtip team. 1 teai)! for rent. The old Wells
V-tyg,, K-iru. 12th and Klrkbam sts.. Oakland. |
" . ~~0,. HEAI# hor»e«. mare*, wagon*, harness, by a j
• : o::t5t; r.c reas. offer refused. 11 !
- Kislins at. r.3 Utt ber. Howard and Folaoa. ;
- .HOBSBB tougtt. so:d aud exchanged. I.Vj7 San,
: Psb'o nv. near 30th. Oakland. Auction baie
M'Mdt.v. April 2.-i. 11 «. m.
. V.'oODLAWN Stables. 617-33 Grove ft.: horses
$1.2-" dsy: horseß & wet.. $3 v*k.: bdg. $20 mo.
CKA'VO currlege pair; also saddle and single
drirers. Pbone Market 1463.
TRE FILLJTnRC BRANCH OF THE CALL IS !
•\u25a0 AT 101 FILLMORE ST.
. _ _ roofivc; -V
. ROOFS, any kind, repaired, psinted. A. HILL-
MAN. 3OK E. 12th St., Oakland. Drop postal
V.v£ [j^TEJ^fiLASS^WcmKS^lnr.^
H. R. BOFP6. Pr»»ident.
'- AU. HINT'S <iK ART. LEADED AXD MOSAIC
• : 'iLAKS. 115 TURK. PHOXB FRAXKMX 17*3.
: . : • HOME BUILDERS.
NO MONEY REQUIRED.
: ".' If yon own a let I will build you a honm on
\u25a0 ••-. cs*.v term*.
-"\u25a0 : Kxp*rt estimates fcmlshed on alteratlooi,
"• -ebowing bow to inT»>»se income.
FELIX MARCUSK. 155 Sutter >t.
: BUSINESS CHANCES
.- i WEXTWORTH & CO.,
• ' \u25a0 15^13 Grove »t. cor. San Pablo ay.. Oakland, C«L
Pbone Oak. 1833, A 4216.
• '•-""High CUps Business Opportunities Confidentially
Handled.
' ' TVl!cat*«*« > n in Ban Pablo ay SS.OOO
.'\u25a0 Vorner grocery, wilh living rooms 2,000
L" BeHeley corner grocery and feed atore.... 1,r.00
. Corner grocery, good location 750
. \u25a0 rjrorery aud confectionery l/»00
' rte>raurant in 12th st 725
, Restaurant itt C2d et 450
•' Nortlty *igv and printing 500
.Hay. feed, coal and wood business 700
lAxiglr.g bouse in San Pablo, H5 rooms 1,600
Berkeley real ertate office, complete 225
• BuichT shop in East 14th et POO
Tea and coffee route and business SOO
Butcher »i»op iv Grove ft 800
Fashionable boarding and rooming ho3*a.. 5,000
- Apariment houses, furnished, for sale, at all
"price*.
\u25a0\u25a0•'. r We can show yoo rooming and lodging houses
from $200 up. Call and «cc ns. • We can sams
- you money.
GROCERY — 15 mile* from city; doing $1,200
monthly: stock will Invoice about $1,500; cbcan
rent, with lease; or will wll property; part
. casU and terms. GILLIES tc CO-. 1028 Mar-
ket «t.. room 22.
5225 — Candy store, -with 2 rooms; furniture.
Hofl to let; 28 rooms and bar; 10 miles from
'•fry.
$.PSO— Saloon : 30 m!l»s from city; $700 monthly.
57.V) — Saloon: this if « wife buy.
200 — Laundry: 1-3 interest, witb pood position.
. ji'onn— D*>Ucat«»«i"n: half cash* and terms."
jj # 250 — Grocery; good for men and wife.
j 1.400— Grocery: $2,000 stock; doing ?55.
If you want a busings of any kind, see us.
O ILLI ES & OP-. 102& Market *t...r00m 22.
WANTED— Lady, or gentleman with $2,000:
prnt*' fmtiishing store; prand opportunity. 744
. . t'tirinc building. '_ '
roil-«al» — Old f-MablWa-d corner naloon; re-
ceipt* >40 ivr <3«- r - ~ u f«ctflc btlllding.
FOR Bale this day— Lunch ronntpr* depot loca-
tion: chance for man and wife. 744 Pacific
building. -"- -
\u25a0 WANTED — Yonng businessman with |250;» guar-
antee $l&0 month; easy work. .44 Puciflo
btindicg- - *"•'•-•-
'ri ORO R wile— Bf£t «ud neatest email hotel
I Vnd £t* in the city; big bargain. 744 Pa-
• «-lflc building. - \u25a0 -
J<»K self— French oy«t»r and chopboasc; cause
dentil. 744 Pacific building.
FOR *ale— Home bakery: bHclc oren; receipts
, - $2.000. raclflc tjiitldlng.
LIQUOR nor* and bar for etle;long lease; 1!t-
ius rooms. 'Jvi Capp et. .
BUSINESS CHAXCES— Continued
A — •
LUBECKS. -~
THE PIONEER BROKERS.
615-617 PACIFIC BLDG., 4TU & MARKET STS.
$3.soo— Wholesale and retail well located, es-
tablished WINE AND LIQUOR STORE, includ-
ing FINE BARS large otockj 3 years' lease.
$2,ooo— Easy term*: SI ROOMS, with LARGE.
COZY DINING ROOM; doiug good business; 15
minutes from business ceutcr.
$I.IOO— REAL ' SWELL MONEY MAKING
BUSY TRADE; well located RESTAURANT:
IF YOU WANT A GOOD ONE, SEE THIS
QUICK.
$2.6OO— ESTABLISHED. GOOD PAYING
SHEET METAL WORKS; Oakland: contract
business for all year; horse nnd wagon; STORE
HEAVILY STOCKED.
$I.2OO— WELL STOCKED. UP TO DATE
BOOK, STATIONERY and POSTCARD STORE,
fully equipped with $400 apparatus; fine STUDIO
for PHOTO POSTCARDS: average Rales $325 to
$400 month; no better location iv S. F., and
real bargain at this price.
OUR LARGK LIST OF BUSINESS OPPOR-
TUNITIES FROM $250 AND UPWARD OPEN
FOR YOUR INVESTIGATION. OUR EFFICIENT
SERVICE SAVES YOU MONEY.
> zzzz
AT LUBECK'S, 615 and 617 Pacific bldg.
COMBELLICK & PETERSON.
905 Broadway, Oakland.
Juat the chance for 2 business women with a
email amount to Invert in a profitable business;
nets 40 per cent above all expenses; rent $25.
Call and see up.
Any one wishing a nice, comfortable home,
good furniture, rent $40, 6 rooms and bath, right
in town, should see this. v£' : '.'
CLARKFTt MAGNUS, BUSINESS BROKERS.
S3O MARKET ST.. RM. 507. WESTBAXK BLDG.
NO CHARGE FOR LISTING A BUSINESS.
SEE US FOR BARGAINS IN
CITY OR COUNTRY BUSINESS PLACES.
WORKIXGMEN'S ROOMING HOUSE; 12 rooms
and kitchen; near 4th and Market 6ts. ; neatect
place; clears $25 to $30 above rent: BEST
BARGAIN in Frisco; COME. SEE AND BUY;
$225.
CLARKE &. MAGNUS, 830 Market at., rm. 507.
RESTAURANT, well fitted up. doing a STEADY,
GOOD BUSINESS during the WHOLE YEAR;
clears $200 monthly; for sale on account of set-
tling estate: make offer.
CLARKE & MAGNUS. S3O Market St., rm. 507.
BAKERS— HERE IS YOUR CHANCE.
BAKERY and COFFEE PARLOR, clearing
$200 and over NET monthly, which can be
proven; sickness FORCES owner to quit; "NO
FAKE; $1,000 ot any reasonable offer ac-
cepted. 9
CLARKE & MAGNUS, S3O Market St.. rm. 507.
TO PROVIDE FOR "THAT" DAY.
PLACE YOUR MONEY
IN A NATIONAL INDUSTRY
WHERE BIG PROFITS ARE SURE.
OUR RESOURCES:
O) TEX THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND
(2) OF MATCHLESS FERTILITY
<P.> PRODUCING A FOOD PRODUCT
(4) OF WIDESPREAD DEMAND.
(5> A BUSINESS THAT CAN NOT FAIL.
We invite you to become an Investor in the
biggest up to date co-operative profit taking busi-
ness in this tilg land. For particulars call or
address ESCONDIDO PLANTATION COMPANY,
HIV.VKS BUILDING. SAN FRANCISCO. .
HAVE a fine automobile agency proposition for
rig'ut party with good references; $3,500 re-
quired; wonderful opportunity to good busi-
nessmen; most popular automobile on the
coast: too large a proposition to handle alone;
can show best of references: do not answer un-
less you can do the same. Box IPS, Call ofnee.
WE have proper connections, a steady growing
and profitable machinery business. We need a
strictly first class business manager with some
capital to join us on a business basis. For In-
terview, state qualifications fnlly and give ref-
erences. Address box 395. Call office.
DRUG STORE— OId established store In busy
interior city; enjoys good trade; large business
In cameras and photo goods; has lively sub-
station postoffiop; owner's 111 health reason
for selling. Price $S,OOO, half cash, balance
on terms; good security. Box 220. Call office.
WANTED — Additional capital for the expansion
of well established business, dealing in staple
goods exclusively. Address box 4525. CalL
FOR sale — Soda fountains, two second hand, good
as new: also two second band B. tc B. oarbon-
ators. gn<«i condition. San Francisco Branch,
Tbe Liquid Carbonic Co., 112S Mission St.
ANY amount up to $2,000 in cash to invest in
business: state full particulars (confidential)
in flr«t letter; no agents. Box 4230. Call of-
See. Oakland.
FOR sale — I*. interest general merchandise;
cood laying business; take $15,000 to swing
business." Address JOHN KINCAID. Dos
Palos. Cal. '
YOt'NG man with $300 wishes position or part-
! iif-r in good business; will Rive good references;
education and good habits. Box 207. Call.
FOII sale — A good newspaper route in a good
district in tuis city. Apply to J. R. LEN-
IIART. Circulation Department. S. F. Call.
COMMERCIAL AUDIT COMPANY,
BUSINESS BROKERS.
319 Metropolis Bank bldg. Phone Sutler 1!».
FOR sale, cheap —^Old established horseshoeing
*hoj>: fcorse. cart, building: goml (supply vt
stock. «;."» Hermann st.
IF yon want to combine business with mountain
oiimate in a sanitary town, address box 20,
CU>verdal». Cal.
MONEY f»r family: half profits; choice caterer;
afternoons; Ingleside cars. Owner. 2436 Ocean
boulevard.
SALOON for sale. Apply at SIEBE BROS. &
Pi.AGF.MANX. 432 Battery St.. city.
FOR *-ale — Fixtures of saloon an«l clear stand
at 12 East St.; very reasonable.
WANT partner with $200 to work rich quartz
mine. - P. O. l>or 374. Oakland.
RESTAURANTS
LONDON restaurant, 1917 McAllister Rt. near
l.ynn — Changed Imniis: first plh«s meflN.
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE
47 ROOM mechanic*' bouse: sell at sacrifice on
account of sickness; part cash. COLONIAL, 61G
Broa<lway. next to S. P. d»pot. Oakland.
EDUCATIONAL
STAMMER? Mr book. "How to Stop Stammer-
ing" will help you. Write or call. M. I*
HATFIELD. prin<ii>«l of Pacific School for
Staniiaerers, 1402 Grove St., Oakland, CaL
AA— FRENCH— Prof. Marcel Clarfnval of Lafay-
ette fchool: phonetic: practical exercises; gram-
mar, literature and history. WHITNEY build-
ing. 133 Geary st. near Grant ay.
ITALIAE POLYTECnNlCUM— Technological de-
sign — F. H.. mechanical, architecture, mi-
chin**, civ, eng. Prof. O. O. Sbrana. 1151 Polk.
HEALD'S ENGINEERING— DAY AND NIGHT;
CIVIL, MINING. ELECTRICAL. ARCHITEC-.
TURE. ASSAYING. 425 MCALLISTER ST.
ENGINEERING — Civil, electrical, mining, mcch.,
t.urvev. assay, cvanlde; day, eve.; est. 1564.
Van d»r Xalllen School, 51st and Tel.. Oakland.
THE BERLFTZ SCHOOL OP LANGUAGES. 2511
-Washington st. near Fillmore — Send for cir-
cular. '.
SPANlSH— Practical meth.; students prepared to
travel; com. letters. P. Miranontes. 13R0 Sutter.
CANTON School English— Chinese taught Amerl-
cant. native teachers. 23 Canton Bk.. C 49 Krny.
PROF. T. A. ROBINSON, Individ, lnnt. Math.,
Bookkeeping. Eng.. etc.; day, eve. 507 Halght.
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY, 2142 Shattuck a*.,
Berkeley. CaL. next to First national bank.
BUSINESS COLLEGES
HEALD'S BUS. COLLEGE— SHORTHAND. TYP-
ING. ENG. BRANCHES. 425 MCALLISTER.
MERRILL-MILLER COLEGE, 733 Fillmore St.;
a select Fchool of business; day and evening.
SAX FRAXCISCO Business College, 908 Market
st. at Eddy: day or evening sessions. .
ALL court reporters recommend Gallegber-Marsh
BusineKß College. 1251? Market wt.
A .CjCOUNTA_NTS-— <> rUfl>d^rut>llg^
JOHN R. RUCKSTELL. C. P. A.. SO6-30S Clans
Fpreckfls (Call) building; phone Kearny 4151.
NOTARY ' PUBLIC A- : >*^>i
MARK LANE. Notary Public and Commissioner
nt Deeds, 140 Montgomery st. ; phone Kearny
2C20. \u25a0 -•" \u25a0
TITLES WK^TOJIEI)^^^^
Under McEnerney act, complete, -$35. Title Co.,
0.-.1-3 Monadnock building. 3d and Market sti».
ATTORNEYS ._..__._..
AA — ALL cases taken: no delay; no 'publicity
necessary; courteous, square, dealing; no charge
unless successful: advice free; hours, 9 to 5.
an^ every THURSDAY EVENING: charges
moderate and right. 1112 MARKET*- ST.,
ROOM 122. ; ; ;„
ADVICE FREE; no charge nnlcsa successful; all
cases: all business quickly and quietly attend-
ed to; bankruptcy; McEnerney ; suits;: general
practice; open every eve. : 1028 Market, r. . 12.
IS your \u25a0•s.-< 1 any good or not? Get plain facts,
then, if good, proceed; no false proralw*;- AD-
VICE FREE; all cases: LOWEST COSTS; re-
liable wvicea. Suite 418, S3O Market st. ---,*.-.
ADVICE KREE — Damages., collection*, :. estate,
attachments,- bankruptcy." corporations and alt
cases. Rm!«. «K'l-2, 830 Market st.;. open eve«.
HAMUIS & HESS, attorneys nt law. W. T. Hess.
Notary Public.,, Room s! 1108-14, Call building,
J.-M. C. MURPHEY, attorney at law, (mite 1011.
-First National Bank building; Douglas :1374.
THE SA^ CALL, iTUESD A Y; AHRXL 26, 1910,
PATENT.- ATTORNEYS"-
DEWEY, STRONG & CO.— Founded 1SC0; U. S.
and foreign patents; Inveutors' guide; 100 me-
» chanleal morementa free. 1105 Merchants' Ex-
change building, San : Francisco. ,
IARRY C. SOHROEDER, U. S. and foreign pat-
ents. 417 Ist Nafl Bk.. Oak.: phone Oak 2754.
- u^.^^^
ARTIFICIAL teeth; this one thing I do. Dr. C. E.
Wilson, 323 Geary, suite 005; tel. Doug. 4300.
DR. IRA G. LEEK— AII kinds of dentaL work.
~515. Fillmore st. near Oak.
ATTENTION, Ladles— Dß. LEWIS, 933 Market
st. bet. sth and 6th, world renowned specialist
for women only; no delays or disappointments;
relief guaranteed by most superior painless
methods known to medical science; most obsti-
nate cases treated; all female complaints and
irregularities treated; have no hesitancy if in
need of my services; absolutely harmless; low
fees. By consulting un eminent specialist you
• save time and money. "Advice free, 10 a. m.
to 4 p. m. and 6 to 9 p. in.; Sundays, 11
a. tn. to 2 p. m.
VALPEAU'S female pills; best regulating pills
sold; price $2.50 by express. Jener Syringe
and tablets, price $5. By express only on \u25a0 re-
ceipt of price. OSGOOD BROTHERS, whole-
sale druggists. 7th and Broadway. Oakland.
DR. of Obstetrics— MAßY ADAM, specialist of
female trouble; home for confinement; fee rea-
sonable. 3004 Frultvale. ay., Oakland. Phone
Merritt 1993. Hours, 1 10 » p. m.
DR. WARREN EM.ERSON, specialist; diseases
women: consult. f?ee. 1304 Fillmore cor. Eildy.
PHYSICIANS I
DR. WONG HIM. **"
HERB DOCTOR. Permanently located.
126S O'Farrell gt., bet. Gough and Octavla.
BETHANY MATERNITY HOME, 197 E 15th St.,
E. Oakland — A private and snnny home for con-
finement; resident physician; nurses in attend-
nnce; apply to matron; adoption If desired.
BAY VIEW SAN ATO R HIM , M ATE RXIT V—
O'Farroll corner Broderlck; phone West 0501.
Beautiful, sunny rooms, laxge grounds; central;
reasonable.
S. F. LYING IN. HOME, 1191 Oak st. — Adoption.
Diseases women and children; confinement, $25.
HOME for confinement; attendance $20. 1548
Stelnerst ; nearGeary^lloursl2-lj3o ; 6^7pin.
A — PRIVATE home for the sick; confinement
specialty; adoption: special treatment for all
female troubles. 171 East 14th St.. Oakland.
PRIVATE horne # for confinement; $20 first week,
$15 after: physician and trained nurse in-
clndeq. 4-V) 3Sth st.. Oakland.
POPULAR REMEDIES
RICORD CELEBRATED PREPARATIONS for
men's private diseases. Sold only by E. B.
JORGENSON, C 44 Kearny St., San Francisco.
Mall orders a specialty. Send for circular.
TRUSSES
LARGEST stock of trusses and elastic goods in
the city. Clark-Ganrilon Co.. 1108 Market st.
HEALTH MOVEMENT
"VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH." natural non-
surgical; cloth bound, .400 page book free. Ap-
ply by mail, 630 Pine Bt. Lecture for women
Thursday at 2:30 p. m.
PH YSIO-TH ERAPY
STERNBORG'S institute: massage, electric light
nnii Xanhelm baths. 409-410 Whitney building.
RUPTURE CURED
"DR. PIERCES ELECTRIC TRUSS"; a wonder-
ful Invention: 35 years in use. Address PIERCE
& SOX. 1417 Chestnut St.. Alameda.
THERAPEUTIC TREATMENT
LYDIA SMlTH— Electric light and baths; ner-
vous diseases. Apt. 35. 1300 Golden Gate ay.
CATARRH L AND DEAI'NES^i
ALSO ear noises positively cured; one week- free.
DR. COTTIXGUAM. S3O Market St.: hra. 10-4.
~~™^~£9^™!^™ X CURE
CAROB CURE 3
CAROii CL'KKS
Rheumatism. Liver and Kidney trouble and
Constipation. One month's . remedy for $1;
stamps accepted: 10c for postage and packing.
CAROB CO.. 1002 Broadway. Oakland.
MATRIMONIAL
I AM an engineer, age 39, a bachelor; will
marry if I can find a suitable companion;
photos must accompany first letter; no agency
need answer; want lady between 20 and 30,
good health and character. Box 29G. Call.
MARRIAGK paper, with photos and P. O. ad-
dress. 10c, silver or stamps; many wealthy.
CUL'ID. P. O. box 121. Oakland. Cal. .-
ELITE matrimonial bureau for lonely people;
circular 10c. tl.*>4 Broadway. Oakland.
INFORMATION WANTED
WANTED— Present address of MRS. JOE FAR-
RELL (maiden name Ixmise Hlllebrand), for-
merly of Brooklyn, X. Y. FRANK HILLE-
BRAXD, Klnzie P. P.. Chicago.
& PERSONALS
HARRY FIELDS— MARTIX SMITH. Anybody
knowing the whereaboutß of above named
kindly report to J. ASCHER, ISI7 Chapln St.,
Alaraeda, Cal.
JAMES WILSON, 14.-.0 Hayes St., seeks ulster
Rachnl anil_linshand._; '
A— WIGS and TOUPEES that defy detection; ven-
tilated; perspiration doesn't affect them; wig
making a life study; men's private wig depart-
ment. 2271 Cal. St. near Webster. Mr. G. Led-
erer In charge. LADIES' HAIR GOODS— Trans-
formation, switches, puffs, artistic wig mak-
ing, shampooing. G. LEDEREU. 1809 Fillmore
st. near Sutter. Established 1806.
MAGNETIC- physical healing; a vital science.
MRS. HOLSHOUSEIi, 351 Pacific building;
hours 10-9; greatest magnetic operator; spine,
nerve and poor circulation; all Ills.
OLAF HANSEN. PROFESSIONAL MASSEUR:
ELECTRIC BATHS and GENERAL EXPERT
Treatment at parlors, 317 Hastings bldg., Post
and Grand ay.; 10 to 6 dally. Tel. Dong. 2859.
MME. FKANCIXE. European, most scientific deep
wrinkle treatment, 620 10th St., Oaklaud. cor.
Grove; phone Oak. 7511. Come and get a chin
strap; you need it; everybody needs it:
LADIES' friend, monthly regulator: THE iF-M-
PRESS. price $2 busv-H French pill; never falls
and harmless. GEO. SMITH & Co., exclusive
agents, druggists, 4<30 12th. St., Oakland.
DR. A. L. MOOREFIELD, sulphur steam bath
parlors: cure for rheum, and malarial fever,
etc. 540 San Pablo ay. ; ,tel. Oakland 8599.
MME. FRAXCINE. European, most scientific
deep wrinkle treatment, «2*5 16th St., Oakland,
cor. Grove:-phone Oak. 7511. Try a chin strap.
FRANKLIN Electric Institute — Elec. treatments
mid massage. 5:J5-7*Wbltney bldg., 133 Geary.
MRS. C. ROSE. Mgr.; brR. 10 a. m. to 10 p.m.
UNCALLED for suits, overcoats and trousers at
le»* than cont at OHAS. LYONS', the London
Tailor, 1432 Flllmore bt. Ellis and O'Farrell.
MAGNETIC massage and electric treatment;
scalp treatment a specialty. 1020^ - Fillmore.
MME. HIBBARD. magnetic massage; scalp and
facial treatment. 25 3d St.. room 6. top floor.
GOLDSTEIN CO., theatrical and masquerade cos-
tumer, removed to 833 Market Bt. opp. Powell.
HOT salt baths (medical) ; -massage for both
eexes. 526 Oth Bt.. Oakland.
. 'SPIRITUALISM , .^. .
AA— MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium;
consultation $1, at her home, 1164 O'Farrell;
by letter, 4 questions, $1 ; phone Franklin 6024.
AA— Mrs. L. H. Klnuaird, ord. eon. :: dally 10-4;
circles Sunday, \u25a0 Monday, .Wednesday, Friday,
8 p. m. 14.'i9 Flllmore st. r
MRS. S. SEAL, spirit niln.; consultation daily;
officiates marriages, funerals. ; 786 McAllister.
LOTTIR BUSWMLL, spirit read.; lessons daily;
cir. every night. I.'is!» Webster nr. O'Farrell.
MISS M. WILLE, medium. . crystal seeress,; can
be consulted on nil matters. .1615 Fillmore. St.
MRS. MOSEH, 1376/ Halght st. : medium, psy- :
chometrist;* satisfaction-, guaranteed.
OAKLAND — Florence. Potter's card readings,'
COc 614 Telegraph: tel. -Oak. 7.">45.
AAA— HENRY MANSFIELD, ordained trance ;
psychic medium: palmist;' develops. teachM;
readings; consultation; -influence;- obtains for
you the ; highest ' Ideals: all "revealed, ' nothing
concealed; removes trouble, doubt, uncertainty,
ill health, worry over llfe.'s problems: tells you
" everything: names, dates, full Information, se-
crets, whatever you wish" to. know. . 1302 Fill-
more Bt.; readings by mall, $1.,;, ii-»?.--''
GARLAND. WORLD'S GREATEST CLAIRVOY-
, ANT;- tells- full names ' and ? everything you
w-lsb to know, wiUiout«yon . writing a word.-';
.. llohi-s — 10 a. m. to 8 p.m... . ,
1437 Flllmore St.- .near O'Farrell. •
SPECIAL RKADIXGS THIS WEKK, 50c.
CLAIRVOYANT card reader, satisfaction guar-
anteed; German and English; ': hours^lo-7: no
•sign. 15SA Church st., nr.'/Mkt. ; phoney Park
.3679. -.-...-.\u25a0-. \u25a0\u25a0- • \u25a0-. /;'.-,..: •"-';-:-: '\u25a0\u25a0* m^y,:~x
MISS ZEMDAR. a young/. gifted clalr. and palm.;
*a wonderful prophetess;. hours 10 to 10;. L. 50c.
-,G. $1. -' 652 Hayes bet. ', Lagnna: and; Buchanan.
A—EVA .FAY, 1122 Marker— l don't' ask you 'to
faith, but- prove, to you-- facts;; hrs.' 10-0.
MME. LEOMPA, honeat reading*; hrs. 10 «. m.
to 8 p.-ni.; Sun. appointments. \u25a0; Bl4 McAllister.
MME.' KBERWElN— Marriages, 'business.- tlomes-
tlc changes.'- 2103 Flllmore St.* nr.; Calif Praia.^;
Mine.' Starr of Oakland at: Hotel Carllng.-S.^F..
;; v 11-"4,Mkt.:-r. 3.- truth'or uo pay;aoto 0 p/ m.~
. \u25a0 v • \u25a0 • . ...
PALMISTRY ; __
REV. MME. BUSHNELL/ formerly 919 Jones, now
20ft Kearny: 9to 5. ex. Sun. : tel. Douglas 3670.
\u25a0 TEMPIjOR' Ranch; 1,000 for sale at 28c.
La \u25a0' Blanc; \u25a0' 1.000,- offer wanted.. •
Lady Washington; buy 1.000 at lie or 500 12c.
Alisal; 1.000 for sale at 15c." -
L. F. CLOUGH, 101 H Broadway,^ Oakland..
•v Telephone Oakland 4942. \u25a0\u25a0—'"- • '> . .
"ABBOTT . Buys Bonds"; 1 Ocean Shore or Cal.
Safe Dep. books; money loaned. 636 Market at.
COMPANIES Incorporated and organized;, most
favorable charters. Xat'l \u25a0 Inc.. 811- Mills bldg.
\u25a0 MINES AND MINING
GOLD, amalgam, rich ore. bought; cash; assaying
We. PIONEER ASSAY CO.. 131 sth st. near
Howard. ' '
;,.'-l -'\u25a0'\u25a0"- . : iK VESTME *" r s '. .'.'•/_•;._
TO THE INVESTORS.
CHEAPER THAN YOU • CAN BUZ BLSB-
* WE HAVE "FOR SALE
1,000 shares Templor Ranch Oil Co. *g
1,000 shares Monterey Coal Co.
500 Fhares Four Metals (San Jose), at 12c.
500 shares Lady Washington Oil Co.
"1,000 shares Liberty Oil Co.
500 shares Alisal Oil Co. '
100 shares Burlingauie Typewriter Co. at 70c,
10 shares United Wireless. -O
5 shares La Zacualpa Rubber (1900 series);
cheap. \u25a0
1,000 shares Jewell Oil Co. (a bargain).
1,000 shares Templor McKittrick Oil Co.
1,000 shares Section Six Oil Co. --
LIST YOUR SECURITIES WITH US.
Money advanced on active stocks. .
. . P. M. HARRIS & CO.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
751-753 Pheian bldg. Tel. Sntter 1125.
K. F. WAY LAND & CO., BROKERS,
476 Monadnock building, San FraneiKco. Cal.
STOCKS OFFERED FOR QUICK SALE.
l.nooshares Alisal Oil Co ...<a $0.11
1,500 Alaska Petroleum & Coal Co &« .20
1.000 shares August Oil C 0... tfi .27
1,000 shares Liberty Oil C 0... <gj .17
1.000 Lady Washington Oil Co ftp .18
1,000 Calif, Pressed Brick C 0..... fa .23
1,000 shares Coallnga Crude Oil Co (§ .22
1,000 shares Monterey Coal Co (if , - .02
1,000 shares Templor Ranch Oil C0.....W -.25
1,000 shares Spring Tire Co ;$j .21
500 New Pennsylvania Petroleum <i| 1.05
500 shares La Blanc Oil Co (a. .34
500 shares Consolidated of Coalinga.. @ . .15
250 shares Templor Ranch OH Co @ .25
20Telepost S. A. and Convertibles. .(Wanted)
\u25a0 MAKKS NO DIFFERENCE '
IF YOD ARE A
$10 OR $10,000
INVESTOR.
your account receives my personal attention
and you can rest assured that once your name
is on my books it will remain, as my 7 years'
experience' 'in this county has made me hun-
dreds of satisfied clients, to whom I can refer.
When you contemplate an investment In real
estate, farm mortgages, stocks or bonds, write
me. /
BURR.
29 Bacon block, Oakland, Cal.
$1,000 TO $5,000 INVESTED NOW WILL RE-
TURN 50 PER CENT, A YEAR; MONEY
FULLY SECURED: NO OIL OR MINING
SCHEME; $5,000 EXTREME LIMIT OF IN-
VESTMENT; GOOD POSITION TO RIGHT
MAX ALSO. 316 METROPOLIS BANK BLDG.
WILL buy your Alisal or Independence ' oil
stock, any amount: quote me your lowest
price. P. O. box 'J93, Oakland. Cal.
OCEAN SHORE RY. BONDS FOR SALE.
I). E. BESKCKEK. 248 PACIFIC BUILDING.
j» I L ,J,A X T> S
THE UNDERWRITERS' OIL CO. offers the
safest oil investment on tbe market. We are
buying 400 acres of proven land in tbe Coal-
inga field. There will be no drilling. The
land will be resold in small parcels.
Tbe big money In oil has been made off
tbe land.
Write for particulars.
UNDERWRITERS' OIL CO.,
1152 J at., - . . Fresno. Cal. -
FOR sale — 60 acres oil land In Cbalame valley,
between McKittrick and Coalinga; .fine Indica-
tions for good wells on this land. Box 205, Call.
' MONEY TO LOAN "
AA— STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL loans on fur-
niture, pianos, warehouse receipts or security
of any kind; loans can be repaid in -easy
weekly, monthly or yearly payments. We will
arrange the loan to suit you, same can be re-
paid whenever you desire. We give you the
full amount asked for; there are no advanced
charges of any kind. If you owe* another
broker or bills of any kind we will pay them
for you and give you more money. It is easier
to pay one than a number. We can make you
better rates and terms than any one in the
city. It will pay you to call and investigate.
ILLINOIS FINANCE CO.. formerly Illinois
Trust Co., 1518 Eddy, % block from Flllmore.
Tel. West 6745; S 2024. -\u25a0.<
"WE DO AS WE ADVERTISE."
We advertise to make loans to salaried people
aR cheap as any company in the city and cheaper
than a majority of them, without security " ; or
indorser, and we do It. We will make you a loan
on short notice without inquiry of your friends
or relatives. All of our employes are gentlemen
and you are assured courteous treatment. Pri-
vate. Money costs only for time In your posses-
sion. GREAT NORTHERN LOAN CO.. 610 Phe-
ian bldg., Gth floor. Of fices,. open until 6 p. m.
Monday and Saturday evenings until 8 o'clock.
"BANKERS 'lO THE PEOPLE"
. We loan all salaried employes the same rs the
banks loan the employers. All we require Is
that you are a steady workingman on a "sal-
ary." AH business strictly confidential. No se-
curity. No Indorser. You may repay the loan
In easy Installments arranged to suit your In-
come. One special rebate plan saves you paying
high interest. Lowest rates. WESTERN LOAN
CO.. 40S Call blng. Op>n 8:30 a. m. till 6
p. m. Mondays ami Saturdays till 8 p. m.
AAA— HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY
WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON' FURNITURE,
PIANOS. ETC.; $10 to $200: LOW COST; CON-
FIDENTIAL: HONEST AND SQUARE DEAL.
- GALL, WRITE OR PHONE
357-0 PACIFIC BLDG., 4TH AND MARKET.
PHONES DOUGLAS 3265— HOME J1741.
Oakland Office— slB First National Bank bldg.
WE LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE
PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT; no Indorser;
confidential: no red *ape methods; $1 week
pays $15 loan. $2 week pays $30 loan, $3 week
pays $45 loan, $4 week pays $60 loan. Call
and see- us. THE ROYAL INVESTMENT
I COMPANY. 730 Pheian bldg. . \u25a0 \u25a0 - :
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos and otber se-
curity; lowest rates; most favorable terms in
the city; see others, then see me and be con-
vinced; I will gave you money; $2.25 weekly
repays $50 loan. Phone Market 3029. GEORGE
W. MILLER, 3009 ICth st. rwithwest corner
Mission, room 35.
MONEY loaned salaried people, women keeping
house and others upon their own names with-
out security; easy payments: save: money by
trading here: offices In 65 principal cities.
TOLMAX, Room 943. Pheian bids., San Fran*
Cisco, and Room 9. 460 I.lth St., Oakland.
FURNITURE—
LIFE INSURANCE—
SALARIES—
Wage Earners' Investment and Loan Company,
443 V\n* St.
. BALDWIN 4KWELRY CO.,*
Gold and Silver Smiths,
29-33 Kearny t»t. \u25a0 . •
'\u25a0 ' LOAN DEPARTMENT.
SALARIED persons ami WAGE EARNERS can
oblwln LOANS at reasonable rates without red
tape or delay, at 433 PHELAN BLDG. PHONE
DOUGLAS V.244. ." :
SALARY LOANS— Ladies. iind gmtleraen without
security: notes and commercial paper bought.
313^Merchants' Ex. bldg.; phone Douglas 1411.
AAA — SALARIED men and women accommodated
without. delay or publicity. : Home Credit and
Investment Co., ' 821 : Pbelan bldg., 3d floor. -
AAA — Wage earners, either men or women, can
. make a loaivln' strictest confidence at the Em-
ployes' Credit Co.. room 424, Monadnock bldg.
SAI»ARY loans; other propositions. San Fran-
cisco Discount "Agency, ,411? Pacific building. <
ON furniture, pianos or any security. BECKER,
Monadnock . building. 681 Market Pt., room 297.
A— A-*-GOLDEN STATE IX) AN OFFICE. 47 3d
st. ; liberal loans;. -lowest rates. •; '.- \u25a0'.'..
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without In-
; . dorser. ; MORRELL, -1022 Monadnock building
ON furniture' and . pianos; no removal. ' ; TRE
MAIN, room 811, 833 Market, next Emporium. >
BORROW money at 2 pet. on diamonds and Jew-
;; elry. GARIN LOAN CO.. 1113 Market opp. 7th.
$7,000 to loan by private party at 6 per cent.
;;C. W. Moores, 107 \u25a0 Montgomery st. V . . -,-
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
! AT, 1651 FILLMORE ST.
'---'^ipNEY-.TO LOAN— -REAL ESTATE' l
ANY- amount; lowest : rates ; on | first . and second
" mortgages ?on real 1 estate,"; legacies,' undivided
\u25a0 interest.- estates Innrobate; no delay. R.M e\u25a0-
"*" COLGAN, rooms 602 and 504. ;ciaus Spreckels
i I (Call) building. Market and 3d sts. ~ *
FIRST mortgage loans at 5& per cen.tr.2d mort-
gages, estates, legaciesand undivided Interests
• -'at lowest iratesjc no de.lays.. HERMAN -MIIR-
PHY,- 180 Sutter 'st.. rooms 301-2. v
1 . - . - - — __-
' ANY amount on-real estate, iflrst or necond'mort-
- gages, or any security; no delay; lowest rates.
, O. j W. BECKER. Monadnock bldg., ; 681 Market.
. A—. DEAL DIRECT WITH : ; LENDER/ :'
• - ; First 'and secpnd \ mortgages; -, bank \ interest. "-
' ;SHADBURXE CO.; 503 Monadnock building..^
i HARVEY &. PRESTON, 127 Montgomery «t.; ; rm.
• .' 2os— lst : and 2d. mortgages." any, amt.,:sH»;pct.'
\u25a0. . \u25a0'. : -'/ -\u25a0---•; 'LEGAL'^NOTICES /;?:\u25a0' '-\u25a0 's-:'^
1 HAVING bought the Bohemian' Cafe, 1065 O'Far-
. reli gf .,- will not r. be respotwibln for I debts : con-
: * * tracted \u25a0 by \u25a0 former ."owners after : ' Wednesday/
' April ' 27. \u25a0 *-Q. Ar SUHULLIER.-
. 113,500-^ox7s ; i 6 flats of \u25a0 4 <ah<l 1 8 - rooms ! each.
\u25a0~ '. on Kills : St. ; nr.' Scott. .?. C. W." MOORES.v 107
; Montgomery; st. -. - -'-<. \ '' i ';-.*.^ •\u25a0;>"- ;
-^CITY^E AL _E STATE— Con 1 1 iBoctT^J
-.'--'.. JOS. H, NOLAND,'
' REAL' f;STATE AND INSURANCE,
. .^ 4096 ISth St. at Castro. -
' $750— Lot in Douglass nr. 20th; 25x130. '
..$2,730 — 5 lots, cor. nr. Uhencry-and Mateo;
;\u25a0\u25a0 sewer, water and gas; finu location for bulld-
"' ing cot. ' * .
52.260— 16 th nr. Castro: 30x134; half cash.
$2,650— -Diamond nr. 17th: \u25a0\u25a0 25x125.
$I,Boo— Cot. of 5 rms., Douglass nr.L 19th;
25x125; $I,ooo; cash. •
$3,loo— qot. 7' rs. and b. nr. 18th and Da n-
vers; street work done; $500 cash, bal. to suit.
: - ' $3,ooo— Cot. 5 rs. aild b. ; 2 toilets; large
bstnt; lot 150 ft. deep; 18th st. car passes
door;- will 'make terms; see 7 them under con-
struction: Corbett ay. nr. Ashbury; sale will
be at premises between 12 and 4 o'clock today.
\u25a0 $5,500 — Cot. 7 - rs., all on 1 floor; 25x150;
. ISth . St. nr. Mission park; owner will carry
mortgage. .- : .
.$3,500 — 1 rs. and b. cot, mdn.; something
'very nice: Sycamore * ay. nr. 17th aud Vu-
Icncia: 26x100 ft. to rear alley; $1,500 cash.
$3,230— C0t., /York st. nr. 23d: 26x100;
driveway and fine, sanitary. stable of 5 stalls.
. $5,250—2 mdn.' fiats 5 nnd .*> rs. and b. ; 19th
nr. Noe; mortgage of $3,500..
MUST BE SOLD IX ONE WEEK
. SEE IT TODAY; MAKE OFFER
633 Cole st. at Halzht; rents $2,250 per an-
num: asking price $16,000; $8,000 cash: 6 of the
finest built flats In. Sau Francisco. This prop-
erty must be sold immediately, and can be
bought at a price so to be sold at a profit. To
appreciate the finish and arrangement you must
see it. If you want a. bargain, go out today.
It must and will be sold.
\u25a0 • . j. E. HAYMAX. I ,
4st National Bank bldg. Phone Kearny 1703.
STH AND MARKET STREETS.
$15.000— Stevenson" st., close to sth and Mar-
ket; 45x75 feet; would pay very well if a
small brick building of lofts were erected.
, (7730— 6415)
BALDWIN & HOWELL, 31S-324 KEARNY ST.
LOT 011 14th ay., facing ou New Boulevard and
Panhandle of G. U. Park; 25 by l&O feet; price
$1,650. This lot will double In value after
boulevard fa finished, but owner is hard up and
needs money. THOMAS H. DEMPSEY & SON,
45 Kcarny St., room 206. \u25a0 ; " .
I ST. nr. 33d ay.; 25 by l«0; $650; great snap:
lot is level, near I'ark Stadium and across the.
street lots are selling for $1,100 each. I st.
Ib to be graded; great future to this property.
THOMAS 11. DEMPSEY & SON, 45 Kearny
St., .room 206.
LOTS In; the Snnset district, south of Golden
Gate park, $300; $50 cash and $10 per month;
better than a savings bank.
G. H. UMBSEN & CO..
20 Montgomery st.
BIGGEST bargain for today; new house, 6 big
rooms; conveniently laid out; beautiful marine
view; come -and see for yourself. Anza st.
(formerly A st.) betwene 15th and 16th ays.,
one block south of Point Lobos ay.
TWO elegant flats, 5-6 rooms; every room big
and sunny: 3 foot space on each side of house;
always rented: pay over 10 per cent; lot 2Sx
103. 130-132 Alpine st. near Duboce ay.
CITY lota, 25x100, on the carllne and off the
carllne, $10 per month: no interest, no taxes;
5c fare; owl cars: 35 minutes to 3d and Mis-
sion sts. ; McEnerney title. Take car marked
Ocean View, on Guerrero st. to Lakevlew ay.
RIVERS BROS., 461 Montgomery st.
$575— SUNSET LOTS— SIO MONTH.
Choice lots, including grading, etc. Come out
to branch office. Open dally. Take Ellis st.
(Ocean) cars to ROtli ay. and H st.
THE MCCARTHY COMPANY. 151 Sutter st.
SWELL apartment house, new;- 30 apartments;
rents $14,400 per year; exclusive, stylish resi-
dence section; will exchange for lot north of
Market st. WOODMAN REALTY COMPANY.
41 Montgomery st.
BARGAIN — Will sacrifice fine sunny corner. 25x
100, witb small cottage, in Richmond dis-
trict; about hnlf cash, balance terms; price
$1,800. Box 121. Call office.
SUKSET district— s lots. 42d ay. and V St.; Mc-
Knerney title; price $1.230 -for all for quick
sale. THOMAS 11. DEMPSEY & SON, 45
Kearny st.-, room 206.
$8,500— 3 new. modern flats. 5 rooms; Presidio
district, west of Walnut; best buy in the mar-
ket. WOODMAN REALTY COMPANY. 41
Montgomery Rt.
MCENERNKY SUITS AT $35.
LAWYERS' TITLE INVESTMENT CO.
. 208 Balboa Building. .
. MARKET and 2D STREETS.
$900 CASH; must be sold at once, cottage, 5
: rooms and bath, lot 25 by 104. oft Stuuyjn et..
near 16th; total price only $2,400. Apply 2065
Mission st. .-between 21st and 22d.
FOR sale — Corner lot and. improvements on Lear-
en worth st. bet. Vallejo and Jackson; very rea-
sonable; no agents. Box 203, Call office.
1 OK more lots or cottage in Richmond or Sun-
i §et districts. S. F. 1678 10th ay.. Oakland.
HAVE Standard Title Insurance Company, Mills
-bldg.,' Insure your title; save time and money.
CHEAP building lots, Vi block from cars; street
\u25a0 -work done; cash. C. K. Blender, 845 Pac. bldg.
$1,050 cottage, 6 rooms, lot free, rent money.
. Mission st. to Crescent ay. on to Roseoe 17.
BEAUTIFUL new bouse of 0 rooms: grand view;
Hill st. near Sanchez. J. M. NELSON. '
LAST 'SUBDIVISION OF THE FAMOUS
NOVA TO FARM LANDS
SELLING RAPIDLY
Those who wish to secure a portion of these
bighly desirable farm lands must take immediate
action.
FOR SALE OX KASY TERMS;
Only 1)0 minutes from San Francisco.
.-: !>>cated in beautiful Marin. county and sur-
rounded by sheltering hills.
• 10,000 acres of these farm lands were of-
fered for sale little more than four months ago.
Today less than 2.000 acres are left. These
are the choicest landu in tl.e. entire tract and
have Just been surveyed and put on the mar-
ket. See them and be convinced.
\u25a0 5, 10 AXD 20 Aunt: TRACTS.
Orchards, "vineyards, garden land, chicken
ranches and summer -homes. • Nothing to equal
It at double the price within 80- miles of San
Francisco. Water communication is nov« es-
tablished to San Francisco.
Call or write for literature. Six daily trains
each way; take Sausalito boat; agent on the
ground.
,J. P. MASSIE CO..
601-602 Union Trust bldg.,
\u25a0 ;\u25a0 San Francisco. -
A FEW BARGAINS.
20. acres of the finest creek bottom sandy loam
soil, only 20 miles from the center of Oakland;
a beautiful stream of pure, water passes the
place that will furnish water for Irrigation: only
half a mile to R.'-R. station and electric R. R.
survey; short 'haul to water transportation.
In our judgment this, parcel of land will be
ideal for ao:e bomesltcs and will bring up to
$1,000 per aero when electric line Is in operation.
•250 acres, -2 miles frtim good town of 7,000
-population; 40 acres under cultivation; 5 room
cottage; large .barn, sheds, etc. :' 25 milch „ cows.
4 hnrnes; all tho farm Implements, harnesses
and wagons; price. $6,000. .
90 acres of rich level land near Snnta Cruz, all
uurtpr cultivation; 2 four room cottages, -large
barn, 2 chicken houses, etc.;- family orchard;
prico, $<i,ooo. . \ •
20 acres of good land near good town, close in;
9 room houve: barn; chicken bouses: family or-
chard; price, $3.ofxi. . •
-..- HOLCOMB REALTY C 0.,.
Country. Department.
306 San Pablo ay.. Oaklaud. Cal.
SONOMA Cp'JNTY LANDS. *~~~
No alkali. -Never' failing water. No malaria.
2 We b«ve a large list of all kinds of properties.
. '- Good climate; fertile boU: good markets; low
freight and fares; lower prices than same dts-
r tance . from San Francisco any other direction;
these arc reasons why so many people are buy-
' ing there for homes and Investment. We have
.room for just 30 families on our new sub-
division. It la virgin poll, level and rich as
cream; old oak trees; blockfrom 11. R., '15
: mlnntos' drive to .Santa Rosa, city- of 15,000.
j Go sec the HOMES building on our tract, the
'\u25a0 walnut groves, - orchards* and gardens - being
; planted; it looked ; good to them, it will to
-YOU; price ?ISO an acre up; easy terms. Call
SANTA ROSA REALTY CO.. 636 Market, St.,
/ \u25a0-', - San Francisco, Cal., \u25a0- > "\u25a0\u25a0-'.•*.
Or Elks' Building.. Santa Rosa. Cal.:
;.--"\u25a0•: $500— CHICKEN AND FRUIT LAND.
'.10 acre subdivisions on Southern Pacific rail-
road, near town Just north of Sacramento. Deep,
rich, 1 red ' clay loam, 1 : plenty ;of water and suit-
able for . all > fruits. - - \u25a0-.\u25a0-\u25a0": ; ,\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0> ;-- x •
: -It Is my particular, intention, however, ; to. es-
tablish here a colony of poultry raisers,- as 5 we
did in my home county- in Petalutna. and Santa
Rosa. Sacramento needs fresh eggs. :\u25a0• _ \u25a0
: 'Terms, $125,' balance easy payments. \u25a0
:';-" See owner: . " ~ *' '-.;•-
"/."\u25a0 GEORGE* T.TROWBRIDGE. i
, ' «54 Market St., : San Francisco.
- ,'-.2185-87.Shattuck-av.,- Berkeley.
--;"\u25a0',.'• , .•\u25a0:-\u25a0•>:. 1008:8 th at.. - Sacramento. ",. -.*-\u25a0> :^' ;
WALNUT CREEK COUNTRY, HOMES.
; Yon .who ; are v looking ./for iincotnoj producing
country : property close to .Stn, Francisco,' "atten-
tion! -We have 4,600 acres, of- the finest, land; In
the state, -located- at Creek, that' we are
subdividing -In 'tracts from :1 ' acre tip. : The Oak-
land ; . & \u25a0An tioch electric .' railway . will '- bring this
property within 35 ralnntes of Oakland, allowing
.you to work in the city and live in the country.
'A -largo portion ) of I the tract t baa already been
planted; to walnuts. -. In 2 years this. electric road
mns.fi inevitably, have treb'.ert. the value of thl»
property. V- Kasy > terms. >: Call or write WALNUT--
CRKEK DEVELOPMENT U;O., 003 First > Xa-
tional Bank ; building.;: - ...--.->.. ..--.->.
-'\u25a0'-\u25a0•\u25a0' -:"^-V- : - 12.300 'ACRES- \~:--\ \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0::-\u25a0'\u25a0::.\u25a0 ',
in^:i ;.; r ;$12.50; $12.50? PER' ACRE : OXLY ; .' 'r-. ' -\u25a0
Best GRAIN. CATTLB/HOO and SHEEP land
in • the : upper - Sacramento -.valley; c. wall . -watered,
well r located, ; good '\u25a0 railroad and. steamship trans-
portation facliities.V Over 4,000 acres grain land;
COO acres alfalfa, land," balance jlttid covered with
oak timber; s excellent :\u25a0 bog \ land ; ; timber \u25a0 worth
considerable.-. Ranch » fenced^' and \u25a0\u25a0 eross '. < fenced;
necessary -. corrals." - Residence .. of •? 8> rooms, 1 "- fair
condition.: cottage sfor help, s ; two large barns, good
well - anfiT; plenty -of i living ' watpr i for - all . pur-:
poses.' "-About i 250" . cattle * lnpluded : In t sale I price,'
Only,sl2.soiperiacre;ttermB. one-third cash, bal-
ance .' to BUit. \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0'\u25a0 '\u25a0 ' . V \u25a0•-\u25a0''"--'\u25a0--'\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0"'
C.' M. WOOSTER COMPANY,"
s : \u25a0'- \ -\u25a0"•. \Li-Sef:-«t ',.•.- \u25a0-"•' \u25a0\u25a0' '
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GOVERNMENT LAND JUST OPENED FOR
SETTLEMENT— A rich, fertile, well watered
valley within -200 miles of San Francisco: al-
falfa, grain, ' vegetables, 'fruit and berries
; thrive: mills, , lumber yards, creamery, stores,
etc., there now; railroad coming;" location, fee
- $50 for 160 acres; meetings at 7:30 p. m. on
Thursday, April 28; Saturday. April 80; Mon-
day, -May 2, at" office. Come and see photo
graphs and soil samples. J. NF.LSOX WATT.
LAND, 206-7 Mills bldg., cor. Bush and Mont-
gomery sts. \u25a0 \u25a0 -
SMALL RANCHES.
IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED.
ORCHARDS AND VINEYARDS IN FULL
-BEARING.
10 acres' or more Ju the beautiful Santa Clara
\u25a0 valley; only 2 hours from San Francisco; prices
range from $100 to $200 per acre. Easy terms
If desired.
: If you are looking for a small • ranch with
good soil, beautiful location and ideal climate,
see us about SAX MARTIN.
C. M. WOOSTER COMPAXY,
702 Market St. - -
$6,ooo— Reduced from $6,500 fnf quick sale, ac-r
count of old age; 3 miles from Martlne*. %
mile from .Santa Fe depot. 1 hour 40 minutes
. from San Francisco, fare round trip $1; 71
acres general farm rolling land: 5 room house,
large barn, chicken houses. 3 wells; rainwater
tank, pear orchard, small vineyard and other
fruit; big crop hay, H goes to purchaser: will
carry mortgage $3,500; snap. H. D. OVER-
FIELD, 003 IST NAT. BANK BLDG., S. F.
JUST a few more left of those beautiful level *3
and 10 acre tracts, between Llvermore and
l'leasanton; while they last will sell at $125
per acre; no other land to be had in this
vicinity at less than $175 per acre: if yon In-
vestigate you will buy; no better place for
your savings; it. will earn you many times
bank interest: terms one-fourth down, one-
\u25a0 fourth each year.
"BURR.>
29 Bacon block,
\u25a0 Oakland. \u25a0
SIERCED COLONY.
Alfalfa, corn and fruit lands adjoining the city
limits of Merced, in small tracts; prices $75 to
$150 per acre; easy terms; irrigation water $1
per acre; 2 transcontinental railroads and 3 main
county roads traverse Merced colony: markets,
churches, schools, stores, creamery, alfalfa meal
mill, all convenient; literature on application.
CO-OPERATIVE LAND AND TRUST CO.. .
595 Market St., Balboa building, San Francisco,
or Merced.
FOR SALE— FIXE RANCH of 2 ACRES, sltu-
ated between. Berkeley and Richmond:
SCHMIDT VILLA, fronting In Mosher lane; 5
minutes from electric cars and' Santa Fe sta-
tion; stalls for 60 bogs; chicken house for 500
chickens; hay barn, stable, slaughter hor.se;
land produces 4 tons to acre: garden; house. 4
rooms, all in perfect order. Apply owner,
BEN DAVIES. POSTOFFICE ADDRESS RUST,
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CAL.
/
HOMESTEAD AND LUMBER CLAIMS
Within 100 miles of San Francisco; come with
us where timber is king and secure your allot-
ment, where your crop is grown and market es-
tablished.
F. A. GODFREY. 537 PACIFIC BLDG.
20 acres, Santa Clara valley; on Homestead road;
half mile from school, one mile from electric
Una; bearing prune orchard: 4 room house:
this is exceptionally good place; price $4,000,
half cash*
C. M. WOOSTER CO..
702 Market st. m '
$7 per acre for B. TOO acre stock ranch: Sonoma
and Mendoclno counties: under fence: good im-
provements; 150 acre* under cultivation; plenty
of water; 3,000.000 feet redwood timber on one
corner; electric road surveyed through place;
terms.
O. W. MQ.ORES CO.. 107 Montgomery st. \
TURLOCK LANDS.
FOR SALE— B6O acres, 4 miles from Tnrlock :
will sell as a whole or any part- thereof: all
ditched and an abundance of water; nice and
level: irijrates fine; first class In every respect
and without doubt the best alfalfa land In the
district; prices right and liberal terms given;
write for particulars, stating amount desired.
lIAUGEX & BROWN".
Turlock. Cal.
IRRIGATED LAND.
$00 to $75 per acre. Including perpetual water
rights. San Joaquln Valley.
Level land, rich sediment loam; great alfalfa,
corn, fruit, vegetable and dairy country. Good
markets. "
C. M. WOOSTER .COMPAXY.
\u25a0 " 702 Market Bt.
BARGAINS and opportunities In one of the
finest localities -In the state of California:
northern Mendocino: has never been boomed
or advertised: am prepared to- furnish valley
land, farming, grazing or timber land. Prices
ranging from Si to $100 per acre. Call on
W. F. McCOOMBS. Covelo, Cal.
TWO good salesmen on Al country subdivision:
experience not necessary, but must have good
character: exceptional opportunltv to right
party. WALNUT CREEK DEVELOPMENT
CO.. Ist National Bank bide., City.
WILL sell cheap; 5 acres of the best level land
In Alameda county; near Hayward; allowing
. 4 years to pay for It; abundance of pure water;
o lines of transportation; here Is your chance.
MR. BALDWIN. 789 Market St.. S. F.
BLACKSMITH SHOP, large lot. to^ls and stock
In a live town In MenUocino county: price $30»>;
quick sale wanted; write or call. B. F.
HERSHEY. 244 KEARNY ST.. S. F., CAfcr-
FOR sale, cheap — A 20 acre home, well Im-
proved: gooii income property; on electric line
near Sacramento. Write to owner, 1. C.
COSENS, Gait. CaL
$4,500 — A 20 acre chicken farm, complete, with
l.f'oo white leghorns. 3^a miles west of Paso
Robles, Cal. Write to JAMES MATHIE.
owner.
$395 for 5 acre homes in Alameda county; $25
down. $10 monthly.
PROGRESSIVE REALTY CO.. ISO Sutter tt.
FOR SALK— IOO.OOO acres for subdivision. F?
* H. MATTHEWS & CO., 473-475 Monadnock
building, San Francisco. Cal.
FOR farm, stuck ranches and timber lands see
McFAUL & EDWARDS. 257 California st.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE
TO BE SOLD AT ONCE
Four new 7 room houses, corner lot
100x100, 30th and Magnolia sts.: Just
finished; will be sold for $11,000. includ-
ing new furniture of one house; this is a
great bargain. There Is great demand
to rent theft houses. The .furnished
house will bring $40 per month. You
ought to see tbis property without delay.
Call at llfti ' 30th st. n»ar Adeline.
Ph6nc Piedmont 9SI.
r '.'•_ V
MUST be sold— This pretty little home must be
sacrificed. It has 5 rooms and bath; lot 40x
130; large paneled living room: dining room
lo* paneled walls and beamed ceiling; brick
-fireplace; handy kitchen; ' room In basement.
Will be sold on easy terms. $350 down. MIN-
XE\"MORSB C 0.." 1250 Broadway. Oakland
5621 or Home A 5621.
NOTHING CHEAPER— S2OO cash, $10 monthly:
new bouse, B rooms, unfinished inside: corner
lot. 32x62; street work all done; between Lorln
and Golden Gate station: price only $1,250.
$75 i-asb, $10 monthly— Cottage. 5 rooms and
\u25a0porcelain bath: nice barn, chicken house and
runs alt" fenced: well or city water; some tree*
• - and vegetables; cars and . schools near: pric«
, $1,700. Call or send for circular, 45S 9th St..
near Broadway, Oakland. 11. Z, JONES, owner.
\u0084 FIVE ROOM BUNGALOW
FOB SALE.. : -" '.' ; C
An opportunity to purchase a home direct from
tbe owner,' the same consisting of a new 5 room
bungalow, . modern In .every respect, having a
south frontage: lot 40x106: just nprth of Clare-
mont country club and near College ay.'car line;
convenient to -" Key Route for San Francisco;
terms reasonable. Apply at 330 Taft ay. Just
east of College; teL Piedmont 5036.
WAREHOUSE, factory or business property for
sale/ North Oakland; 115 foot frontage: on
- S. P. local: opposite new station site of S. P.
:: extension in Berkeley; 1 block from Knnta Fe
. and 1 . block from Key \u25a0 Route. Advertiser, 1937
'\u25a0•- Alcatrax ay.. Berkeley. ;.'\u25a0;;
BUNGALOW for sale — 7 rooms, bath, laundry.
\u25a0 beamed ' ceilings; paneled; walls, hardwood
'floors; modern; sunny; fine view; fruit tree*.
' berries. 4115 Hillside ar.. Oakland, 2 blocks
; east of 40th st. Key Route depot. — \u25a0 \u25a0
NEW. \u25a0 strictly modern 5 : room . cottage: high
. j basement ; selected . paneled dining room ; brlcl
' mantel: on 44th near Grove. Owner. 937 26th
st., Oakland; phone Oakland 6067. "
MODERX house In Linda Vina: hardwood floora; j
\u0084 garage; a beautiful homfrftfeslrable . In every
- way. -470 Oakland ay,: phone Oakland 5711.
FOR -sale—l room cottage, with barn; : Improve-
ments : $2.2oo.' easy terms.- 122 Warren st.
- ,'near Piedmont ay.; <' \u25a0 ;-. - -
LOOK—- Nice s ; room cottage; : near Key Route:
. $2,250; $250 : cash. Phone evenings Piedmont
J 4757. .\u25a0.;",- --\u25a0•.•.-\u25a0'\u25a0:\u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0/"..' -. -..'-'. -'-.»-.
NEW. s'room cottage, up: to date and modern.
Apply owner. 6665 Shattuck a y., Oakland.
SNAP— 2 neat : B room' homes; convenient; sunny.
' K. BANGLE. 1402 6tb* ay.. Oakland. •
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE
$5,000-^-7, robnv 2. story bungalow. - _''. : r>
'• room. • I . story - bungalow: Hudson and
Shafter sts..- -2. blocks from Claremont
.'i-"i;' /.train.'-; --.-\u25a0> . '•• \u25a0 ; ' ' , \
$5,500-— 2730 -Webster- St., near : Claremont train ;
\u25a0 all' modern; terms, or will trade for uaim-
' proved property or ranch. '^B^Waßtss^»**S
JAMES ROUNTREE. Designer and Builder,
, ; ;,t 2730:Webit*r at.. Berkeley. ."•..
6 ROOM house for sale; 1524 Woolsey at.. South
• Berkeley; ; selling • Tery - cheap; owner ' going
:-«ieast; no agent.- •..-\u25a0-•\u25a0-. ' \u25a0- ....-.\u25a0* \u25a0\u25a0,-.\u25a0•.•_<-;.,*
- REAL ESTATE "^ .
SPLENDID new "modern I*6 story nome. 8 rooms;
all luxuries and "necessaries; hardwood floors,
brick . mantel, bnffet kitchen, sleeping porch,
garage; choice location near bay;, reasonable
terms. 015 Chestr.nt St.. Alameda.
HAYWARD REAL ESTATE
BEAUTIFUL - COUNTRY HOME NEAR HAT-
WARD. •\u25a0--—-- ->
Sightly and np to tbe mlnate; t mile from
Hayward posfofflce: 5 room new bungalow;
bath, pantry and buttery: splendid barn; cis-
ollne engine and tank; water piped all over
the place; all in fruit, several rarletlei;
$6,000 takes it. with 4 acres of good soil;
terms. \u25a0-.-\u25a0\u25a0 .v,Jm
HAYWARD REALTY CO..
Castro st. near A. ' . .-\u25a0..-. ••;\u25a0".
S. C. SMITH. Manager. Open Sunday.
i-J^W^jCOUN^^RJtLJESTATE^^
COTTAGE on the hllla of Corte Madera. Marin
county, overlooking the bay; for aa^e. $1,100:
inquire for C. F. PARKS at R. MOflR &
SUNS. 130 Post st...Sau Francisco. '.
SAN ANSELMO. Mill Valley, Saa Rafael prop-
erties. Atthowe Realty Company. 238 Market.
RANCHES, houses and lots for sale or trade.
Send for list. F. H. PARKER. Santa Cnn.
HOMES. ranches. ' acreage, exchange; Hat.
DAVID L. WILSON. Santa .Cruz. Cal.
_; FACTORY SITES
FOR sale— Factory site near San Francis*-,,;
buildings and machinery aud 20 acr»s of land;
near railroad and on tide water, with wharf
and ample supply of fresh water. Address
FACTORY. 164S Page st.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
$2,500 — 5 mom cottage in E. Oakland. 2 yeart
old; 50x100; mtsr. $300; goort property, ox-
change for small ranch near Oakland.'
$3,5 CO — 5 room new. modern cottasce in Berke-
ley; laree lot: st. work and good* stile-
walks; fine house; exenango for ranch of
eqnal or leas value.
$5,500 — New set of modern flats. 5 and 6 room*
eacU; rented to good tenants; Aar eonw
lot; handy to Key Roate; exchange, for
ranch near Oaklaad.
$17,500 — Business property ia Berkeley, S
stores. 2 living rooms in rear of each;
2 5 room fiats and 2 6 room fiats: elec-
tricity, gas. modern plumbing; exchange
for stock or alfalfa ranch.
TAYLOR BROS. CO.,
1230 Broadway. Oakland, Cal.
W. E. JOHNSON. Mgr. Exch. Dept.
43 acres, 4 miles east of Pleasarrton; unim-
proved, rich and level: now ia hay; worth
$7,000; will trade for Oakland property.
10 acres, highly improved ranch for chick-
ens; complete outfit: 6 room house. barn>.
well, windmill, brooder houses. 2 incubators,
etc.; will exchange for Oakland property and
pay cash difference; price $4,000: or will put
20 acres in with above improvements *t
$5,500.
15 acres rich level land, within 2 miles nf-
I.lverxnore. to exchange for lot or lots of equal
value in Oakland: $2,250.
BURR.
29 Bacon bldg.. Oakland.
EXCHANGE — 15 acre almond orchard; estimate
$1,500 crop on trees now; crop goes with th»
place if taken berore Angnst 1; $3,500 cash
valne; prefer Oakland or Berkeley flats;
would consider others: assume mtg. to $1,500.
OWNER. 240 63d st.. Oakland.
FOR «ale. or exchange for San Francisco bay
property — A planing mill and retail lumber
yard combined with creamery supptles: doing
a good business: in one of the mast proaperou*
dairy sections of northern California. Apply
to owner. 692 37th St.. Oakland.
WILL exchange 7 room house. 6 basement rooms,
cement basement, also barn, corner. 54x135.
equity $1,700. for unimproved property paying
for Itself. CHA3. LEHMAN. 1547 Prince St..
South Berkeley. -
FOR sale or exchange for Oakland or S. F. sub-
urban property — Lot 50x200. 2 story house, in
Palo Alto; near ear line. Apply owner. «7W
Piedmont ay.. Oakland.
. LUMBER FOR SALE
SHINGLES. $1.50: rustle, $22; flooring. $20; lin-
Ins. $10. 33 10th St.. San Francisco.
REAL ESTATE TRAXSACTIOXS
Carolina. J. B. and S. T. Lewi« to Real Estate
and Development company, lot In E lino ot Ar
kansas street, 401 S of Twentieth, S 23 by E
100; $10.
Emma Welngart to mm», l«>t in N line of
Twentieth street, 50 E of, De Haro, E 25 by N
100; $10. *
Martin Reiliy to same, lot hi S line of Twenty
second street, 73 X of Rhode Island, X -5 h.v S
100; $10.
Edward H. Ward to Rosab>ll« Ward, lots 10
and 41. blork 41*. Reis tract: gift.
Ellen Dunn to Joseph n. IMan, lot in W line
of Gambia street, 200 S of Burrows, W £30 by
S-100: $10. N.
Edwin G. Olson to Ant-wle E. Thomson. loC
in X line of Page street, 53:« E of Webster, E
20 by N 8S; $U>.
Laura M. Taylor et al. to Levaggl estate com
pany, lot in W line of Castro street. 2tf:>> s of
.Duncan. S SO by W 105: ftft
Bernard Dowd et al. to Mary E. Dowd. lot In
NE line ot. Lafayette afreet. 55 NW of Natoma.
NW 29:.t. NE M:6%; SK"2y:li;. sff 82.27; $lf».
Morris Kalisky to Rusle Kallsky; lot in NX
Wne of Sixth street, 223 NW of Howard. NW 25
by NE 75. and two other pieces: sift.
Morris Kalisky to Samuel Kallsky. lot in W
line of Webster street. 55 N of Eddy, N 27:6 b.r
W* 100; $10.
L. E. Rlcksecker to Katie Margey. lot in SE
line of Burrows street, SO NE of Harvard. NX
30 by SB l»>0; $10.
W. C. and Maude S. Graves to J. C. J;im»*
company, lot in E line of Howard afreet. 33 X
of Eighteenth. N 45, E 12*. S 25, W at>. S 2».
W 85: $10.
Crocker estate company to August J. Eckket
kamp. lot 8, block L. addition to Castro street;
addition.
Charles H. Mueller to Julia E. Mueller, half
Interest in lot In S line of Oak street, J)5 W of
Lyon. W 24:10 V* by 3 105; gift.
Oscarla Peterson et al. to Arthur Robinson
company, lot in NE line of Veron* place. IS&3
NE of Third street. NE 22:9 by NW 7<>: $to.
Homestead realty company to Drusslla A. O*
borne. lot in NW line of Lisbon street. 3t> NE
"of France avenue. NE 50 by NW 100; $10.
August Pepercorn and wife to Agnes M. Dnnn.
lot at NE corner of Seventeenth and Cole streets,
S 27:6 by E 100: $10.
Charles McCarthy to the McCarthy company.vS
half of lot 38 and all ot lot 33, block 21, Lake-
Tlew; ?10. , „.
George W. Crittenden et a!, to Walter Injen
thron. lot in N line of Berkshire street. 50 t. «C
Fulton avenue. E 25 by N 10O: $10.
Alice C. Gregg «"t aL tt> Joan Charlc* T v .
as, lot In N line of Geary street. 70 B o T^eu
tletb avenue. E25 by N !2(»: *10. !
Baily realty company to Oscar Wilson tot •
N corner of France avenue and Paris atrr-sf. . y
25 by NW I*>: $10-
The Ann Sheppard estate company to J'^™ ''•"
It. Davis, lot in S line of Golden Gat» >r.w.ic,
S2:« E of Larkln street. F. 55 by S 137:6; pWf!
Mabry and Ada I. McMahan to Karl l>. >»n
Zandt. lot at SW c»rner of Twenty-second • "iron
and P street. S VJ>. W 120. S 50. W 12:f5. N
100. E 1X2:6; $10.
Sol Gets & Sons to Frederick M. HUlcr. lot in
W line of Twenty-third av«.-mn». 125 3 of I
street. S 25 b.r W 120: $10/
Annie Utlloitley to Annli* E. Row;ey. lot In
W line of Chapultepei; street". 102:* S of fore
land avenue. N 25:* by W 70: sift.
Real Estate and Development company Ifl
Jeremiah Dom>ghue. lot in E line of Carolina
street, 200 N of Twenty-third. N 25 by E 10«»:
grant. *
Jacob Heyman company to Thomas J. Fay »ml
wife lot- In 'NE lin« of Eighteenth a*enti»
South. 123 NW of H street. NW SO by SB
Thomas F. Robinson to Ella F. Robinson, lot
In NE Una of Clipper street. 203:9 B ofyXoe.
E 50:11 by N 114; rift. - ;
George L. Pratt to J. T. Saramerrtne. lot
204 block 88 Central park homestead; $10,
Maria Elsert to John Cordan© and wife, lot
in N line of Thirtieth street. 255 E «f. Xoe. E
25 by N Hi; $10.
Ferdinand Hottum and wlf» to Nathaniel
Thompson and wife, lot la W lln« of Nine
teenth avenue, 100 S »( A stre«t, N 73 by W
120; $10.
Real Estate and Development company to Mary
C. Doyle, lot la W line of Texas street. SCO S
of Twentieth. 8 25 by W 10O: grant.
Lizzie A. Spruance to Emilia Garello. lot in
SE line of Paris street. 100 SW of Franc*, SW
23 by SE 100: $10. <-
George L. Simpson to Joseph D. Stmp.«on. on»
ftfth of lot in S line of Mission street, 50 W of
Eighth. W 25 by S SO; $10.
Paul Fleury and wife to Leonlde G. Anserai*.
one-half Interest In lot In W line of Grant ave
nue. 137:6 3 of Clay »tx«et. S 45:10 by W
110: $10. .
' Charles S. Brandage and wlf« to Helen V.
Cooper, lot In W line of Seventh avenue. 50 S »f
J meet. S 25 bT W 100: $10.
A«ne* U. -lonngto Frank W. Joesten, lot «t,
block 57, Rels tract: $tO.
F.'CHwald and Elisabeth Aadrae to Victor
Maene. lot-In E lln« of Tanth avenne. 62:8 S of
0 street. B 120 by S 37:6; $10.
' Harriet V. Kerr to Andrew L. Kerr. Tot In w
}\w of Woodland avenue, SOO S of Paroasao*. S
25 by W SO: gift. \u25a0 ' --
-Samuel Eichenbauia to fftilly Kichenbaiwi.
comm^nciniE at N'W Hn#« et lot 4.1. . block A.
Glen Park Terrace, and N line of Glen avenne,
NE 50:5 by W 20: gift. \u25a0 .
Crocker estate company to Oscar Nor«n. lot
36 block B. addition to Castro street addition to
Glen Park Terrace; $10. ;
Oliver Reynold* to Ift-nrietta M. Reynold*, lot
in W line of First avenne, 23^ X of C street, N 23
by W 05; 91®' '
• 3 • T Snmmerrllle and wlf» to V. Gamlxnl
Mazzltelli. lot 2tW, block ISS, Central Park addi-
Melchcr Peterson and wife to Real Esrat* and
Development company, lot in W" Kn« of Carolina
street. = SCO NY. of Twenty-third, X 23 by W
-James" Flanagan to line, -lot In B Mn* of
MlMonrf street, 50 N of Eighteenth, N 100 by B
100: $10. ' . . \u25a0 \u25a0
Felix McNally et itL to same, lot In W Dne of
Pennsylvania. 450 N of Twenty-second, M 50 by
NW V»: : ?10. ' -. . - " \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'. -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0
• T. Os»*ar Sellman lo line, lot in E Iln»"«f
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