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BPSiyE_SS PERSONALS-- Contlnned
<t FAT REDUCED! "
f fSE PERFECTION REDLCING CREAM.
An easy and pleasant treatment; used by mas-
sage; don't dope; don't diet; Just rub It In;
reduces any part' to which It is applied or can
be used over tbe entire body: $i and $1.75 Jar.
FOR SALE BY
.THE EMPORIITM.
PALACE HOTEL PHARMACY
BOWERMAN'S. 238 Stockton »t
WAKELEE'S, Powell and Ellis sts.
MME. HOUSTON. 133 Geary st.
TAFT & PENNOYER, Oakland.
C*n be obtained from all druggist*.
COFFIN, REDINGTON CO.. distributors.
MVE. FRANCINE. -European, most scientific
Ceep wrinkle treatment, 626 16th et., Oakland,
cor. Greve; phone Oak. 7511. Come and get a
chin strap; yon need It; everybody needs it.
ALLEN BUG WORKS, successors to George Mat-
their — Artistic hand loom weavers: fluff rugs
made from old carpets; 6end for circulars. 939
Buena Vista ay.. Alameda, Cal. _^
1210 MCALLISTER ST. NEAR FILLMORr—
Sulphur steam aud tub baths; electric blanket
rweats; vibratory and electric light heat; great
success In cur« of rhesznatiam. colds, etc.
CNCALLED for suits, overcoats end trousers at
less than cost at CHAS. LYONS', the London
Tailor. 1452 fUlmore bet. Ellis and O'FarrtlL
FOR sa!e — Exclusive territory for best selling ar-
ticle in the market; big profit. Call 460 12th
St.. Oakland. f
ELECTRIC vibratorr mnEsage; salt glow. MRS.
CORTEZ, hiZ Van Ness ay. cor. O'Farrell,
307-8. \u25a0 \u25a0 __;
HOT salt baths (medical): massag* for both
sexes. 52C 9th St.. Oakland-
GOLDSTEIN CO.. theatrical and masquerade cos-
tutt«r. Tvraovrrt to <33 Market _ *t.__griO_._Pgwgll. '
PERSOyALS jj
ONE LCNGHE desires a companion to share the
pleasures and expenses of a walking trip In
the Sierra*; start soon. Address box A,. Call'
office. San Jo»f.
I^FOJtM ATIOX WAJTTKP
CHARLES DENNIS— Writ* 1519 Commerce to
JOHN DENNIS. Tacoma. Wash.
SPIRITUALISM
AA— MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium;
consultation $1, et her home, 1164 O'Farrell;
by letter. 4 questions, $1; phone Franklin 5024.
AA— MRS. L. H. KJNNAIBD. ord. con.; dally
10-4; circles Sun.. Mon., Wed., FrL. S p. m.
1433 Filimore st- '
v X-OTTIi; BCSWELL. tplritual readings; lessons
dally, circles every night. 1859 Webster st.
nr. OTarrell. .
MRS. GRIFFIN, ordained medium; circle Tues.
and Thurs.: consultation daily; the world s
greatest healer. 990 McAllister nr. Buchanan.
MRS. S. SEAL, spirit mm.; consultation daily;
offleittes marriages, funerals. 756 -McAllister.
MISS M. WILLE, medium, crystal seeress. can
b* /*-»ns!i!t«>rt .^n all matters. 161S Fillmore st.
MADAME CARLTON.
CLAIRVOYANT AND PSYCHIC PALMIST.
\u25a0U"hen doubtful, discontented, unhappy, consult
Madame Csrlton Immediately for permanent^as-
sirtence. S'ae advises oa ™
BUSINESS. SPECULATION. INVESTMENT,
love, coortship, marriage, divorce; in fact. «very-
tbicg. Madame Carlton reunites the separated,
esasee speedy and happy marriage, restores lost
afiVetlon. »
REMOVES DISTURBING INFLUENCES
Mrdara« Carlton teaches how to control or fas-
cinate any one you desire; no heart so cad, no
home co dreary, that she can not bring sunshine
*nd hsppsness to it.
60c READINGS THIS WEEK— ONLY 50c.
today; tomorrow may be too late.
1124 EDDY ST.
Consultation hoars 10 to S dally and Sunday.
PROF. OAKLAND, clairvoyant, will cause things
to be as you wish, and tells full nSmes and
everything you want to know without you writ-
ing a word. 1437 Fillmore st. near Ellis; hours
30 a. m." to S r- m. Special readings 60c; read-
ings bj- mail $1.
MISS ZEMDAR, a yoong. gifted clalr. and palm.;
a wonderful prophetess; hours 10 to 10; L. 60c,
G. $1. or- 2 Hayes bet. Laguns and Buchanan.
MME. LEONIDA, honest readings; hrs. 10 a. m.
to 8 p. m. Sen, appointments. 814 McAllister.
MME. EBERWElN— Marriages, business. domeT
tie changes. 2103 Fillmore st. near California.
WANDA, occult wonder, 10S3 McAllister St.—
Readings dally: circles Mon.. Thurs., Sat, evgs.
Mme. Starr of Oakland, at Hotel Carting, S. F..
1154 Mkt. r. 3; truth or no pay: 10 to 9 p.m.
PAX-MISTRY
REV. MME. BUSHNELL. formerly 919 Jones, now
_£tt9_Kearnr^_i^ tn 5. ex. Son.: tel. Doiiglan 3670.
- FISAXCLAI,^
WILL buy Oakland Traction preferred; Key
Route preferred; Realty Syndicate certificates;
Turlock Irrigation bonds; Modesto Irrigation
bonds and other local securities.
R. WHITEHEAD & CO..
First National Bank bldg.. Oakland. '
•ABBOTT buys BONDS"; also CAU SAFE
__DEP._ accounts: money loaned. 636 Market >t.
_ mixes Ayp Mixiyq
GOLD, amalgam, rich ore bought: cash; assaying
60c PIONEER ASSAY CO.. 131 sth st nea?
Howard.
IWESTMEXTS _
E. F WAYLAND & CO . BROKERS,
476 Monadnock buUdlng, San Francisco. CaL
.STOCKS OFFERED FOR QUICK SALE.
5,000 shares Monterey Coal C0....... .<g J0.02
Z.OOO Alaska Petroleum &. Coal [email protected] .18
2.(t00 shares Four Metals (San Jose)[email protected] .06
1.000 Ventura Oil Development Co. ...Cj£ .10
5,000 Yuba Cons. Gold Mining Co % 07%
1,000 Lady Washington Oil Co @ .14
1.000 California Pressed Brick C0. ...<a .20
1/O0 shares Coalinga Crude Oil C 0...© .18
1.000 sharer Templor Ranch Oil [email protected] .20
1.000 shares Tour Oil Co § - 15
500 sheres Jewell Oil Co % .26
285 Coallcga Blue Moon Oil Co w .S5
200 Int. Endless Chain Saw C0....S .20
100 Burllcgame TeL Typewriter...® .43
\u25a0 50 shares Natom&s Con, of Cal 22.00
A LAND SYNDICATE— We invite a few lavese-
ors to join a privnt«» syndicate to purchase a
bcautlfnl tract of 2,400 acres of rich level
. productive land, near Stockton, for the pur-
! pose of subdividing and reselling •In small
tracts; we feel confident that you can double
your money and possibly make a profit of 200
per cent within a year.
Amount of $2,000 and un may be- subscribed.
TMs Is an absolutely gilt edged Investment
with an assured profit and positively n<- rtsje.
Lose no time but call on our country de-
partment.
<l. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 20 Montgomery nt.
STOCK BARGAINS *FOR SALE— SUBJECT:
1.000 Ventura Oil Dev. Co BM
L.OOO La Blanc Oil Co Cheap
1,000 Templor Banco" Oil Co Offer
1.000 Lady Washington Oil Co Bid
2,000 Alaska. Coal A Petroleum C 0...... .19
3,000 shares Occidental Oil Co .27
1.000 shares Madison Oil C 0... 11
500 shares Alisal Oil Co 10
200 California Pressed Brick Co .20
100 shares Jewel Oil Co .28
-J OO Bnrlingame Typewriter C 0.... Bid
P. M. HARRIS & CO., BROKERS.
TM-753 Phelan building. Tel. Sutter. 1125.
$1-0,000 — Whole or part to Invest or loan; any
tangible security. RUMBLE. 1144 Eddy st.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1651 FILLMORE ST. '
OII^ LAXDS
OIL LANDS FOR SALE— MIDWAY. COALINGA
AND KERN RIVER DISTRICTS.
K. J. CASEY. 856 Pine Bt.: phone Douglas 1824.
- MOXEYTO iCoAJf
HAVE YOU permaneot employment 1 If so, and
j-ou seed a LOAN you can get It ta reasonable
rates, without lndoreer and without any pub-
licity, from THE RICHMOND INVESTMENT
CO., 433 PHELAN BLDG.. PHONE DOUGLAS
£244. to be repaid la SMALL installments. SEE
US If you wast money. You don't save to do
business if terms are not ENTIRELY satisfac-
tory. NOTE THIS.
~~ THIS IS OUR BUSINESS. V
SALARY LOANS, $10 to $100, advanced to
honest employes "without security." No In-
dorser; do publicity; your friends, relatives or
employer will never know. , •
ALL WE WANT IS YOCR PLAIN NOTE.
GREAT NORTHERN I<QAN" C0..-61G .PbeUn
bldg., Ctu floor. Office open until 6p. m. Mon-
day and Saturday evenings until 8 p. m.
MONEY loaned on furniture,- pianos and other se-
curity; lowest rates; most . favorable terms in
tbe city; see others, then see. me and be con-
vinced; I will save you money; $2.25 weekly
repays $50 loan. Phone Market 8029. GEORGE
w. MILLER, 3009 16th et., southwest comer
Mission, room 35.
AAA— HOUbKHOLD LOAN- COMPANY -
**ILL, LOAN YOD MONEY ON FURNITURE.
Ei^S°-§.'-. £ ?°-'i $1 ° t0 $200; LOW COST; CON-
FIDENTIAL; HONEST AND SQUARE DEAL.
„— « n .£ ALL ' WRITE OR PHONE.- -
K: I:^^. C , IFIC BLDG., 4TH AND MARKET.
PHONES DOUGLAS 3265— HOME J1741.
Oakland Office— ClS First National Bank bldg.
SALARY LOANS— SALARY LOANS
BALARY LOANS— SALARY LOANS
Just oa your plain note.
No indorser; no security; cheapest- rates. Posi-
tively no one will know. r
c WESTERN LOAN CO.. 40S Call bldg. O file*
\u25a0 open till 6 p. m. Monday and Saturday until 8.
» 'we loan money to people who have
** PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT: no T indorser;
confidential: no red . tape methods; $1 week
pave $15 loan. $2 week pays $3<} - loan, $3
week pays $45 loan, $4 weekdays $60 loan.
Call and see us. THE - ROYAL IXVEST-
MENT COMPANY. 750 PbelM bldg. >. "-\u25a0:
MONEY loaned salaried people, women keeping
bouse and others upon their own names with-
out security; >asy paymonts;t save money by
trading here; offices In 65 principal cities. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
TOLMAN. Room W9.Phetan big.. San Fra.n-
elsca. and Boom 9, 460 13th st., Oakland. - '
' MONEY TO L.pAN---Contlno«.d
AA— STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL ; loans on fur-
niture, pianos, warehouse or security
of any kind; loans can be repaid- In easy
weekly, monthly or yearly . payments. We .will
\u25a0 arrange the loan to suit you, same; can -be: re-
paid whenever you desire, c We give \u25a0 you the
full amount asked fur; there are . no advanced
• charjes of any kind..' If -you-, owe, another
. broker or , bills of . any. kind we will- pay. <\u25a0 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.. 1510 Eddy st^- half block from Fill-
more. Telephone West 6745; S 2924.
FURNITURE— -'-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -.-•-' \u25a0 •--
LIFE . INSURANCE—
' ' SALARIES—
Wage Earners' Investment -and Loan Company,
.. 443 Pine St.: . \u25a0-.'\u25a0-'
BALDWIN JEWELRY CO..
Gold and Silver Smiths,
29-33 Kearny st. <\u25a0£.*'?:*•&+
LOAN DEPARTMENT.
SALARY LOANS — Ladles and gentlemen without
security; notes and • commercial paper bought.
313 Merchants' Ex. bldg.; phone Douglas. llll.
AAA — SALARIED men and women accommodated
without delay or publicity. . Home Credit and
Investment Co., 321 Phelan bldg.. 3d floor.
AAA — Wage earners, either men or women, • ;an
make a loan in strictest confidence at . the Em-"
ployes' Credit Co., room 424. Monadnock : bldg.
BORROW money at 2 pet. on diamonds aud Jew-
elry. GARIN LOAN CO.. 1118 Market opp. 7th.
SALARY loans; other propositions. Sau Fran-
clsco Discount Agency. 411 Pacific building.
A— A— GOLDEN STATE LOAN OFFICE. 47 3d
St.; liberal loans; lowest rates; strictly reL
ON furniture, pianos or any gecuritr. BECKER,
Monadnock building, 681 Market sn. room 297.
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without in-
dorser. MORRELL. 1022 Monadnock building.
ON furniture and planes; no removal. TRE-
MAIN. room 811. 833 Market, next Emporium.
MOXEY WAJVTED
$7,000 "wanted on Mission st. business property;
worth more than double: state lowest terms;
bo agents. Box 160, 1106 Valencia st. -
WILL discount $1,550 gilt edge corporation notes
for quick cash. Box 4389. Call office. Oakland.
MOXEY TO LOAN—REAL. ESTATE
ANY amount; lowest rates on first and second
tnortgsges on real estate, legacies, undivided
interest, estates in probate; no delay. R. Me-
COLGAN, rooms 502 and 504, Claus Spreckels
(Call) building. Market and 3d sts.
FIRST mortgage loans at 5% per cent; 2d mort-
gages, estates, legaeles and undivided Interests
at lowest rates; no delays. HERMAN MUR-
PHY. 180 Eutter St., rooms 301-2.
ANY amount og real estate, first or second mort-
Ssges, on any security; no delay; lowest rates.
. W. BECKER, Monadnock bldg., 681 Market.
A— DEAL DIRECT WITH THE LENDER.
First and second mortgages; bank interest.
SHADBURNB CO.. 503 Monadnock building.
HARVEY & PRESTON. 127 Montgomery st.. rra.
205— 1st and 2d mortgages, any am't.. s^; pet.
CITY REAL ESTATE
THOMAS E. HAYMAN,
' Suite 1000. First National Bank buUdlng.
Montgomery and Post. Kearny 1703.
$4,000 — Cash} 3 new 6 room Cats, near Califor-
nia and 2d ay. ; full price reduced to
$7,600; biggest bargain in town. \u25a0
$4,ooo— Cash; 3 nearly new 6-6-0 room flats,
Haight and Fillmore; rents $1,100 per aa-
nun; full price reduced to $8,200.
$4,ooo— Cash; store and 2 fiats, McAllister and
Fillmore; price reduced to $$.uO0; bargain.
$7.500 — Cash; rents reduced from $2,300 per an-
\u25a0 : sum to $I.SOO per annum; 6 choice new
fiats; lot 27:6x100; near Green and Polk;
price reduced to $12,750; real snap.
$11,300 — 3 high class 6 room flats. Just finished:
Devisadero and Waller: 'rented at $1,440
. per annum ; If you want something choice
see this. . . v
$2,000 — 2 of the prettiest new flats in the West-
\u25a0i-". \u25a0 ';' crn addition;. full^)rice- only $S,000; don't
miss them.
$6,500 — Choice, new northwest corner store and
flat, Church and 24th; forced sale.
$5,800 — 3 new 0-6 room fiats. Western addition;
rented low at $870 per annum; this abso-
lutely must be sold.
$4,250— Ca6h; 4 extra well built new flats, ISth
and Valencia; rented at $1,020 per an-
num; full price $3,750; subject to an offer.
$10,250— 0ne-half cash; 8 of the finest 7 room
flats east of Baker st.: 4 years old; extra
well built; reduced from $12,500; be quick.
$0,500 — Cash; rents $1,850 per annum; full price
$11,550; 3 of the finest built new 8 room
flats in Western addition: north side of
street; owner Is losing $2,000. -
$4,7so— Cash; lot 27:6x137:8; finest residence
section In Western addition: 2 of the best
new 5-6 room flats In the city today; full
price reduced to $8,250: rents $900 per
annum ; If - you . want something that is
. . built better than anything in town, ' see
these right away. -
$3,ooo— Cash; Devisadero and Sutter; 2 excellent
6 room flats; full price reduced to $7,200;
owner forced to sell;
$7,ooo— Cash: full price $12,000; 3 high class,
new 6-7 room fiats, north side Fell, f ac- i
ing panhandle; $3,000 cheaper than any-
thing on the street.
$7,ooo— Cash; rents $1,600 per annum; 6 high
class new fiats; lot 30x100; price reduced
to $12,500; Mission and 16th.
$5,0 C0 — Cash; store and 3 flats; new building;
best part of Sacramento st. ; rented $1,300
per annum; full price $10,500.
$2,500 — Cash: choice new 6 room residence. 26th
and West Clay park: 'marine view; full
price ouly $4,700; nothing like It in town.
$2,ooo— Cash; 15th and Lake; this is the pret-
. •- tiest new 6 room residence In the dis-
trict, with garage; you must see the in-
terior to appreciate' what it is like; price
rwJuced to $5,800; want offer. \u25a0 "•
$6,300 — Strictly high class / 8 room residence;
hardwood floors; excellent marine view;
lot 26x115; S2d and Lake; prettiest resi-
dence in the district: don't miss It.
56,000 — Excellent 9 room residence," Haight st.
not far from Devisadero: this bouse must
be sold; may consider offer; be quick.
$5,500 — Jackson St., north side, between Taylor
and Jones; fine marine view; lot 50x137:6;
reduced from $11,000; must be sold: $2,000
cheaper than anything In the district.
$2,250 each — 2 lots, north side. of California near
10th ay.
$4,ooo— Lot, 30x100, south side of Waller, key
to Scott.
LIPMAN & HIBSCHLER, 255 Montgomery st
Phone Douglas 3644.
SNAPS IN CHEAP LOTS.
SUNSET AND RICHMOND DISTRICTS.
$450 — 10th ay. near P st.. 1 block from -ex-
tension of Masonic ay. car line. -
$G50 — Fine, level lot in 10th ay; near O st.
$G50 — A few lots left in - vicinity of stadium,
1 block from Golden Gate park. -.-*-'. -: .
$700 — 28U» ay. between B and C streets.
j'OO^-A.st. near 35th ay. ; ready to build on.
$750— * th ay. near N st. * .' -^
f 1.500— 215t ay. between n and J sts. 4
$2,ooo— Key lot to H st. in 10th ay.; bitumln-
lzcd street.
$3,500 — Northwest comer 6th ay. and X Rt., 32:6
xlOO;". streets Mtnmlnized, cement side-
walks; easy terms. .
CHOICEST and LARGEST SELECTION of lots
throughout Sunset and . Richmond districts. See
us before buying.
SUNSET office corner H st. and 7th ay. Open
daily. Including Sunday.
BEACH OFFICE corner Fulton st. and 49th
ay.. \u25a0 opp. life saving station. Open Sundays
only. Ellis end Ocean car.
LIPMAN & HIRSCHLER. 255 Montgomery st.
' Phone Douglas, 8644. '
$1,000 rash— Choice new 7 room residence east of
4th ay..' Richmond: • f nil .- price \u25a0 reduced .to
$4.700, . $1,300 less than cost. This is a
forced sale. If you want the biggest bar-
gain In a residence In town, see this imme-
diately. V-; - : . .
- -T. E. HAYMAN,
First National Bank Bldg. " ;
$50 DOWN, $20 month, without Interest;: new,
neat 2 room cottage, : plastered and wainscoted,
Including 25x100 ft. lot. nn carline; $1,125: half
block from * carline, $975;- lrblock,,>s92s; ;2
blocks, $775; a 50 foot lot if you want it, also
more rooms ; - 5c fare;.; oivl , cars ; f McEnerney
title; 35 minutes to. 3d and- Mission sts. ;. take
car marked Ocean View on Guerrero Ist. to
Lakeview ay. RIVERS BROS., 461 Montgom-
• ery.st. ' \u25a0..>'"'. ;-. \u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0.:\u25a0".'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 - -
REAL ESTATE.' BUSINESS -FOR SALE. '
Retiring - from business on account |of old age;
owner wilt sell cheap the irel^known, old estab-
lished business.'" with all office fixtures, '.counters,
decks, block books,, maps; horse and'buggy; etc. ;
good location _: for selling * real estate,, renting,
•loaning and Insurance ;< reasonable. rent; good op-
portunity, for 2 or 3 active < real . estate men . to
make money. Inquire JOOST SONS £ CO., 3128
16th st. - . .-..->, .--..•.. ; . -,- _)4&/Sg
$575. " SUNSET LOTS. $10 MONTH.
Choice lots, including grading, etc; come out
' to " branch - office ; open dally. -... Take • Ellis \u25a0; st.
(Ocean) cars to 39ta ay and H st. . "
THE MCCARTHY COMPANY. 151 SqUer st.
;' 'duplex.' residence > flats. *' -\u25a0{
Central : ay. ; near ' Hayes, . 1 .. hlock < from G. G.
park," with hardwood floors," open 1 recep-
tion balls, garage: ablaze with sun, and light. C>
J. & W. J- KEENAN. builders.; 300 Webster st.
McEXERNEY SUITS AT $35. - V '
LAWYERS'- TITLE;INVESTMENT CO..
208 Balboa building. >
; MARKET AND 2D STS.'.--. -.?>j^^£
$1.900^-$750 - cash; new •'. cottage,"- 4 rooms and
-- bath ; 100 ft. from Mission st. cars, near i 29tb
v fct. ; ideal \u25a0 home; forced : sale, r 2190 \u25a0' Mission.?.;
SUNSET HOMES, the roost beautifully • located.'
. planned > and finished \u25a06 -\u25a0 room -\u25a0 houses ; In city ;
'.cheap terms;.,. 12th av." and; J st... Sunset..
. NO, MONEY (REQUIRED. :*
I, will - build your. home. lf * your : lot- Is part- paid
\u25a0'•' for; > hour* 12 to 2.';rßoom '\u25a0 218. 6CO Market , st;
TWO 5 room' flats cheap;- terms.".' See uwner, \u25a0 445
: 10th ay. 'r^BSSSA Ull 111111 l III! I1I1I1HW'4|[I||1I|1MM
THE;: ; SANSiFRMCISCO!::CALK ...THU-RSDAY^ JUKE 2. .1910;
THE GREATEST. HOME CHANCE
OF THE TIMES.. ;>
1 300 ACRES - FINEST ' RESIDENCE
LOTS EVER. THROWN OPEN : -
AROUND SAN FRANCISCO "
MARVELOUS FUTURE PROFITS CERTAIN \ :
ALL MEN AND WOMBN -OF KOMB LOV-
ING INSTINCTS. AND .INVESTORS WHO
-. ' HAVE THE - FUTURE WELFARE tOF ' THBS
NEIGHBORHOOD AT HEART ARE WARMLY
WELCOME. ',• :
The very : heart I and center '\u25a0 of the largest
suburban city. site on the Marln peninsula will
be thrown open to the public tv beautiful villa
and manor house v lots, . \u25a0 "V/
; Sunday, juke's:; , '.\ ;
These lots comprise 300, acres ; between Corte !
\u0084 Madera and Larkspur, at Baltimore Park, tb.e
r first stop on ! San " Rafael's , fast - trains ' via the
\u25a0 new cutoff running through the : property. '<
This is the logical' location for the largest and
. finest city, suburban -to San Francisco. It has
the transuortatiou service \u25a0 bringing | it S within
easy reach. It 5 has ! all modern improvements
conducing to comfort > and convenience. It has
the moruing,- noon and night climate that gives
life a new rest every • day and makes more
,days in the end. It has the view within and
'-• without , that Imparts .Its inspiration to all
who see - it. Majestic ' mountains;, rolling foot-
' hills, ' towering trees and placid bay - all' con-
* tribute to a . scene possible . in »-uch -'grandeur
at one sweeping glance from \u25a0no - other | place
yonv on the Marin peninsula. V
1- NO EQUAL. ON EARTH FOR HOMES
OF BEAUTY AND REFINEMENT ' -.
The lots offered 'June .o~'at-'a; few hundred
dollars each will soon be worth ns many thou-
sands. There are < many beautiful - places In
Marin^county, but none other that has all the
beauties, all the improvements, all the climatic
excellences, ; ail : tho ; scenic \u25a0» unvlrouments, all
the good roads and all* the . nearness to San
Francisco that combine In this single < beauti-
ful tract. ... . • . \u25a0 >. ;-.- • \u25a0 - , .
EVERY MODERN THING THERH
EXCEPT A CEMETERY.
Asthma and' throat troubles . absolutely -un-
known. . The salt of tbe sea mingles with the
balsam of tbe pines " and redwoods, giving . to
the air a healing power- making the. location
a natural health resort unequaled ,<a - Its cu-
rative qualities -by - any ;- other home location
around San Francisco bay. '
.. Two sizes of lots ' :>
. . Stop at Baltimore Park.
First stop on trains to San Rafael
Opening day," Sunday, June 5. '
. Take tbe Sausalito ferry and get on tbe fast
San Rafael trains. \u0084 .
GET OFF AT BALTIMORE PARK
Regular monthly tickets are only $5. making
It Just as cheap almost as carfare in town,
. and within . as easy . reach -as many -of the
high class residence sections on tbe San Fran-
cisco side.
RESERVATIONS PERMITTED IN ADVANCE
" . While the formal opening of this ' tract will
not occur Until Sunday,- June i>, maps and In-
formation are available . now at the San Fran-
cisco office, where reservations will be accepted
prior to that date. . Remember mat*: never
again will such 'beautiful, residential property
b«> available at such a* low price..
The tinie to grasp it is when 'you can get It,
for. the values, are going up to stny up -for*
ever./- •-;.._? -, v v ; \ %,-* \u25a0
If you can not call at the city office, or If
you live optside 1
MAIL THIS COUPON NOW.
W. L. COURTRIGHT, ,_ „' „
701 WESTBANK BLDG., '
Opposite Emporium. San Francisco.
Please mail me circular and map
of Palm. Hill and Baltimore Park.
SWELL lot— Howard st. nr. 25th; 2 entrances;
25x115; street work done; $2,500. 2190 Mission.
$4.Boo— Just completed. 4 and 5 r. flats, 123 and
125 Clara ay. near 17th and Douglass.: :
5-a ROOM ' houses i for ; sale on terms ; - 16th a y.
near Point Lobos.-J. ANDERSON, builder.
HAVE Standard Title Insurance Company, Mills
bldg... Insure your title: save time and money.
COUNTRY! REAL ESTATE ; : -
RICHEST VEGETABLE 'LAND
$25 pcr \u25a0 acre cash— s2s per." acre cash. -.:_\u25a0';
- Ilent will pay balance. ,' -^".'i\
Peat and sediment noil only IV4' miles from Holt
on the Santa Fe U. 11. 8 miles from Stocwton,
\u25a0 with R; R. rate for Island? farmers of only lo
per mile; steamer -landing, on, property. :
-\u25a0 Absolutely . no_: overflow; --perfect drainage
- and \u25a0 free Irrigation .system; enormous crops
now 'growing on the land.- ;* -," : •
PRODUCES '
Onions — $400 to $1,000 per acre. - „\u25a0
Asparagus — $300 to $1,500 per acre. \u0084
Potatoes — 100 to 200 6acks per acre.
Beans— 2s to 40 sacks per acre.
Barley — 30 to CO sacks per" ncre.\
Price only $150 per - acre, - $25 \u25a0 per acre cash,
balance $25. per acre per. year." : ,- ; ; . • -
Excursions daily, $2 covers "a.ll expenses. '-'*
A. E. PATTEN. LAND COMPANY,
601 First National , Bank ; bltlg;, San < Francisco. -
2,000 ACRES OF TINE ALFALFA at $160 per
acre on easy terms; will rent readily for $16
per acre;- cash. rent. -\u25a0".\u25a0<•\u25a0, \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0' •\u25a0 - :\u25a0-.': \u25a0-.'
120 acres; 65 acres In fine alfalfa; balance all
sown to oats; $125 per acre.v -.---. -- • --;:
20 or 40 acre tracts in the OREGON or CHRIST
- COLONIES, all subirrigated land: with \ ditch
to each piece; $90 to $125 per acre;* U cash.
672 acres dairy stock . and grain ranch, ; with
fine Improvements ;^l5O acres choice river, bot-
, torn land, '6s acres of which is in alfalfa; only
$75 per acre, - $17,000 cash. This Is an ideal
stock dairy \u25a0 or grain ranch and very, cheap. .-,-
Write us for what you want In large or small
tracts. We have It in : the CHEAPEST \u25a0 IRRI-
GATION system, with the greatest, OPPORTU-
NITIES In the WEST.^ MODESTO LAND COM-
- PAN V, Masonic " Temple,-.' I * St., ' Modesto : Cal.
WALNUT CREEK, : THE BEAUTIFUL SAN^RA-
MON VALLEY, :. only 21 miles from San Pran-
clsco, 15 miles from Oakland."'! on \u25a0 the • line of
;the;S.' P. and new electric/ railroad:, ideal cli-
mate; one of California's beauty spots, right In
m theheart of the natural walnut belt; rich^ fer-
tile soil; * will grow r all ' kinds *of fruit, nuts,
-vegetables, etc.,' without Irrigation : '.tracts 3 to
Hoi acres up,; facing on 40 : and l so foot \u25a0 avenues.
Home seekprs \u25a0• and >. investors, ''golden •;\u25a0 oppor-
tunity; easy payments; » fifth" cash,^ balance to
suit purchaser. Write or i call.; on'- CONTRA
COSTA LAND -COMPANY/ 90S FIRST. 'NA-
' TIONAL BANK BUILDING.SAN FRANCISCO.
-\u25a0\u25a0':'-; : MERCED? COLONY ZK^ : rK?£-
Tbe last two sections • of ; this ," 4,000 acre tract
now on i the : - market ; \u25a085 • buyers >in \u25a0" 4 1 months —
about - 2,500 f acres : sold-^-i large j acreage '\u25a0 of al-
falfa, .' corn "and '.trees already planted : \u25a0 Irrigation'
water at $1". per; acre now on the land — 10 miles
of . canals running bank : f ull : i this ; property ) Joins
tbe^city limits of Merced: best location of any
subdivision ? in , the -state ; prices • $75 ', to . $150 ; per
acre ; easy - terms ; '-^ literature ' on \u25a0 application. : ;
CO OPERATIVE ' LAND & . TRUST CO;,,' ':
635 : Market Street, San Francisco. '
..:. '*A Canal Street.^Merced;-; : : : : \u0084
FOR sale— Owners, f agents S- a nd ? ' advertisers . of
g country • property »shouldr realize t that I The ; Call
,1s the best ; medium ; f or j selling ; farming ; lands.*
„•• It \u25a0' prints 7. the * news, > runs -the > free . excursions
':' and is ; the recognized medium for home seekers'
Information. /If = you " wish \ to place; your wants r
before the 1 rlpht class-yon ; shpuld;usesthe'.San
.Francisco Call. ..v . .--;- -Xj^.r-:. >'•?--.'•-••- -.. ' *. \u25a0
: , , : FERTILE CALIFORNIA' LAND
In : beautiful - valley;. 3^4 '\u25a0 miles i from >' good town ;
$1- per ; acre cash « and $151 5 peri acre - monthly ; mo
taxe«> or % interest;-. $50 c per r acre -a for -as * mauy
acres ' as ;. you > want; \u25a0> a £ delightful ;; spot; fc per-
fect climate; fertile soil;; plenty, water;; Ideal for
country.', homes, \u25a0 chicken .«^ and -^t turkey i ranches ~
fruit : fnrms. etc. : fine hunting . and fishing: close
at v hand ; :-\u25a0 only,]: B5 •\u25a0\u25a0 miles* f ronv . San ' Francisco ;
The- best land -offer ever -made. \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0: •-\u0084\u25a0.•\u25a0'..\u25a0.-•>\u25a0--\u25a0.•• - \u25a0 t
CALIFORNIA HOME %& • LAND 1
- .*; 801 . to ' 808 : Phelan bldg;,' .760 , Market st.
FOR ; sale—Good' farming lands^ In \u25a0di«-'
\u25a0ji trlct; t. Best soil \u25a0 and - unlimited iw-Eter.t; Go •on
i The 1 Call's ' free . home - seekers' « excursion;? llm-
itod . to ,125 - people.^Thursday,2 June i 9. o-t Full :
\u0084 particulars ;; by i callinc': on ..excursion *1
- San Francisco ;: Call,'; 3d \u25a0 and I Market » Bts;^B^jg
FOR farms, stix-k ranches and timber, l«nds' see
. McF AUL' & ; EDW AR DS, $ 257 \u25a0 California • at." * -
COJPNTO^JREAJL^^STATj&i^
>; HO-M-E-S-E-E-K-E-R-S
;, v BUY PATTERSON IRRIGATED FARMS; *
. 10 ACRES OR. MORE.. -^' ",'%
. ;$l5O; $150. PER ACRE— 3 YEARS' TIME.;. •
: Best .' and " richest sol 1 < In ': San '. Joaquln -1 valley.'
Greatest alfalfa", and* dairy j country, in :\u25a0 the ;west-
Great ' for s fruits ' and ' waluuts; .- Surest ' crops - and 1
most \u25a0 abundant., water.'- > Irrigating : pumping i plant
in operation \u25a0 that \ cost : s2so,ooo. -r, Crop ,T*ree , until
harvest \ to : those who i buy ' now. ;-\u25a0 Regular 1 excur.
sions : every - Saturday \u25a0• and j' Sunday : and f private
parties dally." , "" .- J V ."\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0.\u25a0'':'',.'\u25a0-.\u25a0''..\u25a0\u25a0' -..
- '-IP YOU CAN NOT CALL FOR- LITERATURE
OR • TRIP INFORMATION. -MAIL ; THIS COU-
pox. - -;;,--:. \u25a0•-•"-.- \u25a0 : •-'-',- . - :•. .•-.\u25a0.;\u25a0:.:
• "', ROGERS & STONE. ' . \ ;"
".'-.;.- ...*\u25a0';; 457 Market St., San Francisco:
- ,- Please " send \u25a0 particulars . Patterson
Irrigated Farms and Excursions. _ i \
~. : S. "ADDRE55.".'. .................. .....'.;:; \u25a0\u0084:\u25a0 \u25a0
"~ 100 CHANCES— —IOO PEOPLE ?... \u25a0 . I
:'<.__ \ . - ' ' .SECURE A,- ' ' j
\u25a0 -<"\u25a0"\u25a0- v~ ";. \u25a0 \u25a0 : " \u25a0 : fA '\u25a0\u25a0 I
HOMESTEAD
- \u25a0 . "-. '\u25a0 \u25a0 '-' - '\u25a0 : .. - - \u25a0\u25a0
While on your vacation trip and make money.
: . 100 Choice Quarter-; Sections of Open . *-
- \u25a0%-. -: \u25a0\u25a0-' - r-,.r/-: mm
GOVERNMENT- LAND. j
-Full information, maps, etc., for a small fee.:
75' Homesteads and 25. Timber, Claims In Men-
docino county. Best hunting and fishing In tbe 1
state. This -opportunity is limited to 100; people
and limited^ to the month: of June. "-
Come early if you wish to get the best. ' ""•
F. A. : GODFREY. 514 PACIFIC BLDG.'
FINEST . IRRIGATED : TRACTS :in Sacramento
valley : : level ; very rich eub-irigating. sediment
: soil 12 FEET DEEP; no overflow, no alkali,
...no hardpan; gravity. lrrigation" delivered free to
. " every 10 acres;' finest advantages regarding
. schools, markets, creameries, • canneries, \u25a0\u25a0- etc. ;
.unexcelled- for vegetables, alfalfa -and fruits;
your choice for. sloo per acre; one- fourth down,
balance to suit: price includes water of course.
LOCATE WHERE THE LAND PAYS ITS
' OWN-WAY AND YOURS TOO.
Details at HOMESEEKEHS' INFORMATION
BUREAU, INC., 944-946 Monadnock. bldg., S: P'
FREE— Residence lot. 50x200; I have subdivided
1,600 acres into 10 and 20 acre tracts, near At- i
water, Merced county r the Southern Pacific R. |
R. passes through the tract; trains stop; switch ,
; built; plenty of j water for irrigation; water '
right free with each colony lot; soil especially I
adapted to alfalfa, fruits, sweet potatoes,- etc.;'!
$10 allowed each purchaser . for carfare. • For ;
• particulars • and terms call • or ;- address W. U.- !
OSBORN, Atwater, Merced county, Qal. \u0084 :\u25a0-'..
SO acre , dairy ranch ; . 55 - acres <, alfalfa, balance
barley; family orchard; good hard finished 7.
t .oom house; large dairy. barn, 'separator. house,
thicken house, -carriage house.- etc.; fenced
and cross, fenced; price $16,000; terms $7,000
cash. -; balance 6 per \u25a0 cent net. We handle
large and small tracts and are prepared to sup-
ply your wants in irrigates lands." WritB or call'
on us. ; NEIL. & JONES. ; 924 H ' St.. Modesto.
FOR sale— Owners, .agents and - advertisers of
country property should realize that The Call
I Is the best me'dlum . for selling farming ' lands.
\u25a0It - prints the ' news, runs • tbe free excursions
and is -the recognized medium for home feekers'
Information. If you wish to place your wants
before the right class you should use tho San
Francisco Call. . - -\u25a0 ,
~~~~~~- WALNUT CREEK. ]
10 acres on the banks of Walnut creek; planted
to walnuts; will care for jsame.' for 5 years; will
sell part or whole on easy terns: fifth down and
balance. 5 years: will" be 35 minutes from Oak-
land by the. new electric -railroad. This- is -an
exceptionally flne opportunity; everything is right
for an Ideal -Income paying -country home. \u25a0'\u25a0" ,
WALNUT CREEK -DEVELOPMENT -CO.; *
903 First National: Bank, building.
FOR • sale — Owners,.- agents rand .advertisers - of
' country . property should, realize that The ; Carl
is .the best medium' for,> selling farming land.-*.
.- It" "(>rints 'the news, runs the free excursions
*" and ls_the recognized medium for home seekers'
information. If you wish to place yonr> wants
before the rifiht class you should .use' the 'San
Francisco Call. / , '- ;
t - ----.-BARGAIN!"":.- --\u25a0'•'--\u25a0 - \u25a0'.;- "
2.500 acres on Sacrameuto river:^."soo acres level
alflfa land; say one-half of balance tillable and
smooth, balance, rolling and timbered: with oak;
, plenty wood >f and* water; -abundant .-" rainfall;-
very -good, loam soil;, priced only $10. per acre;
flnestock,' hog.frult andgenera.l ranch; build-
ings poor; well fenced. • •: \u25a0 ; \u25a0\u25a0
GEO. U. ; MURDOCK * & SON, . ; -:
-\u25a091 Bacon building. Oakland. .. \u25a0;
FOR sale — Owners, .agents - and advertisers of,
country property should ' realize that The Call.
Is: the best- medium for -selling fr.rming lands.
It prints '.the. news.- runs the free excursions
aud Is. the recognized-Wiedlum for home seekers'
information.- If you wish to -place your wants
before the risht class you should use the San
' Francisco .Call. - ',_. \u25a0- .-.-'. .- ' . \u25a0 •• . ;
FOR sale— Good- farming ? lands in Modesto -dU-.-
.- '.trlct.''-".' Best'soll' and '.unlimited water." \ Go on
' The Calls- free home seekers' excursion, ;llm-
. ited to 125 people, Thursday, June 9. - Full
Sartlculars by .. calling on- excursion managers
. an- Francisco "CaU.'Sd, and Market sts." ;;>.*. \u25a0;-,
WILL build to suit responsible purchasers on any
unsold lots In v beautiful "CLARA VISTA" on
Installment terms; equivalent to minimum rent,
\u25a0 or' on j. flat * loan .' at . 6 > per : cent , net ; * no town
taxes;; near Stanford university, adjoining Palo
1 Alto, Miss Harker's school and Manzanita hall.
Address box> 663, Call office.
FOR :> sale— Owners,," agents and \u25a0 advertisers of
I country property should realize that The Call
is the. best medium for selling farming 'lands.
• . It • prints V the news,' • runs - the free excursions
•and is the recognized medium for home seekers'
:.' information." :;lf you : wish to place your wants
\u25a0 before the ' richt class you '. should use the - San'
.Francisco Call. •:.; 'y; r . -.;>.- \u25a0 ;,
1,200 acres; only 30 miles from Sacramento and
1 mile from a> station! with 10 trains dally;
flowing - wells 'qp \u25a0 tbe ' adjoining ranch; splen-'
did chance to subdivide into small chicken or
\u0084 fruit ranches' and make big money. :-.•..;.- \--
:: Price only .$l5: per acre; one-half cash and :
• easy % terms :on balance. \u25a0 . -_ -. - \u25a0 \u25a0 ,;.
'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 H. R. -"ROBINSON. : 27O Bacon block, Oakland.
FOR; sale—Good 'farming lands in .Modesto 'dis-
'. trlct. Best' soil "and; unlimited water/ v Go -on
"'The. Call's free. home seekers' excursion, lim-
•;: ltcd -' to -• 125 \u25a0\u25a0 people, 3 . Thursday... June 9. \u25a0 : Full
j particulars \u25a0 by- CHllinir ; on excursion • manager,-
\u25a0>'\u25a0 Kau , Francisco Call, 3d and Market sts. . .-: -.
FOR . sale— Good farming Hands ; In - Modesto ; dls-
I 1 trict. 'Best, soil and ? unlimited water. Go on
The , Call's free home seekers', excursion, Hm>'
'. Ited \u25a0 to "", 125 - people,: Thursday, . June : 9.. * Full
Vi particulars iby I callinc :on » excursion manager
• Sau . Francisco ! Call, *3d ana Market sts. ; .
SAN JOAQUIN-VALLEY LANDS- ' -.-\u25a0"-:
Most attractive Investments in large and small
farms \at ] strictly: owner's prices. ~ We t refer to
any • bank " In Stockton." • Ask . for list. -•-
\u25a0 --' - OULLAHAN'LITTLEHALE COMPANY. \u25a0
v. ;.<; \u25a0\u25a0/; 323 East Weber ay.. Stockton,* Cal. f.-, V
FOR sale— Good farming j lands lln Modesto dis-
T. : - trlct."- i Best » soil '\u25a0 and \ unlimited water.- ; ". Go on '
i : The : Call's •< free home seekers' excursion,^, Hm-
~ ited Ito 125 - people."- Thursday, ; June 9. r Full :
' I particulars - by "' calling lon :-* excursion manager '
- San Francisco Call; 3d ' and 1 Market sts.
WALNUT Creekr-For sale. 20 acre Income prop-
"' erty;. suitable-' for walnuts ; - also town ' home,
»\ beautiful relocation-" and grounds. Address
0- owner. ;;P.TO. \u25a0• box 1662. — \u25a0-.-/.. " \u25a0 : ; \u0084 ..,-\u25a0_
THE RICHARDSON^ LAND ;.CO. 18 LOOKING
'•:\u25a0. FOR; BARGAINS IN COUNTRY LANDS.\ IF
YOU HAVE SOMETHING GOOD. CALL OB
WRITHE 806 CROCKER BUILDING. > ,
$395 ; for -S " acre homes \u25a0In Alameda county; $23
'••down. $10 monthly, v- •>' ". '; -.\u25a0-.\u25a0
PROGRESSIVE REALTY CO., 180 Sn^er 8tl "J I'
THE,' FILLMORE i BRANCH \u25a0 OF ;. THE > CALL .' IS
j- AT 1651" FILLMORE ST. ' - >-: c -w / \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-
BERKELEyitEAt ESTATE
TWO -of ;\u25a0\u25a0' the -^ most desirable ' residence : ; lots < : In
-" Berkeley ;<:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 flne* neighborhood,"- west
Ra within ». one , block %of College i ay.*: and . within
".' two j blocks > of . two ' Claremont ; Key Route 1 sta-
t ' tlOua,-- 100x160; - note i the - depth ; \u25a0 cheapest j lot 3
* I in \u25a0- tract I and •> best ; s splendid ? chance ; for " home
','\u25a0:\u25a0 seeker ? or ; lnvestor ; *\u25a0\u25a0 terms. x,-f- P. ; o. ;* box •; 132
*-i Berkeley.f or^ phone Berkeley \u25a0 1061._ \u25a0 . •,-\u25a0•,-' . •
FOR r sale^NE.^ corner, 15 10 ; roomj; finished ' base-
\u25a0 ment ' house,', marine .view,'; gas,, electricity, . fur-
\u25a0r-snace, 1 ? 3 s mantels,'-. sleeping,, porch ,19^^ feet? long
'i I with : 2 ! beds;; protected \u25a0 from \ the \ weather ; \ can
«i sleep \ out % all \u25a0= year ; i boating." bathing ; f blgi re-
- duction in'price for '^uick sale. P.. 0.. b0x 44
'-'-'Alameda;.-' •.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0>'> " ! -' ;; -'.:^:il_:: \u25a0" "'• '- — "."-'-'-. --:.\u25a0./'\u25a0\u25a0;
y !r^ S AyjyA"nb>
FOR ! sale-^4 • Foom • house, V modern ; ; 2s2 s story J barn •
Vt large * chicken * house;;, fruit \ trees,! grapes, - ber-
*% rles ; i all i kinds g geese h and ;:\u25a0 chickens ; -; all ', lm-
f" irovements ; I corner : lot* 50x 1 50 ; al I fenced H be-
ow; cost.;,- J.. A. .STOCK, A and c Alice sts
r-Havward;- Cal. '"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'^.'U/ '** ' - '-'"v"" v " - ' : - .'\u25a0'--'\u25a0'-'-,.•:*.-
ESTATE i ; l
GREATEST- BARGAINiEVER'OF^^EiaED^Beau^
«^ tlful 3 brand 5 new/ cottage, s. almost . complete "4 5
i I rooms, I facing | main 5 boulevard;? Redwood V City •
">%wlth street work all done: price only $1,300; on
! ft easyiterms ;\ cornerilot,'' 57x175; '\u25a0 all -f encedrln:
. •: don't i delay :\ this ; will - sell fq\ Ick. f ':, ; ; . • • .!
I • \u25a0 E.t XV :\ MAGRU D E R.* 2332 M lsslon '\u25a0* t- \u25a0
RANCHES;* houses Vand 5 lots If or^sale for ,; trade Vi
ZZ send for, list, g F.I H.I PARKER.' Santa ! Crng. t x
HOMES,~I ranches, 1 ? acreage.Texchaitge; 7 , list.
DAVID L. -WILSON,' Santa |>oz,v CaL :^-*:
1 k •.:". ,/-< DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE i: v - J
WONDER^WATER^COMPANY-riLocatlon of prln-
v- clpal ' place*of [business^* San' Francisco.? Calif or-
tv nia. " : Location of "works, ' Wonder, - Nevada.'^ ' -
; NOTiCE-^-There .are 2 delinquent ; upon . the I fol-
lowing described 'stock, '\u25a0;. on 'account 'of Assess-
ment (Ho." 1)1 levied ;baj_tne j6th idaV;6f April,
1910, v the "several amounts set opposite the. names
of .the respecti*^ shareholderer-as .follows: _- \u25a0-"» ,".
s^^;- WONDER WATER ; COMPANY ; ; .
/LIST OP DELINQUENT . STOCKHOLDERS ;
: V; , ACCOUNT-OP .
ASSESSMENT NO. ' 1 / DUE - MAY 20, 1910.
'V ' . .... -, : No. of Cer- n No." of '
• -Names — >\u25a0\u25a0„-: ; tlficate. Shares. Amount.'
Arnott.' Isabel M. ; . . . . . . .408 , SCO •- - $2.50 ;
Arrowsmlth.^G. E.% .V.'.".303" - 500 <\u25a0 2.60
Arrowsmith, G."E.;.;.:.504 500 '2.50^
Baldwin, iH. • E. .... ;. . ;. 23 ' 250 1.23 ?
Baker, 1 Harry 8......;.. 522' V- 50 .25
Baker, Mlarry :8.... ..... 523 50 .25
Baker,,Harryß. :..... -..524 50 .25-
Baxter,^P.-;C.'..-.-:;;...-..516 500 .2.50
Be2akis.*v A:. :r.:. -..;;... 436- •"-- 250 1.23 '
Bleekman. ? John E... ;v.? 33 : 500 „ 2.50
Bonnell, Bartlettißrooke. soo 150 " '.75
Bonnell, . Gertrude Mae:.sol 150 .75
Bonnell,* A. / Dlgby. ;. . . ;335 \u25a0 500 ' "" ' ; 2.50
Bronk, :Chas. '.......": 59 50 ..25:
Campbell, G0rd0n....... 119 J 500;-:" ' 2.50
Campbell,; G0rd0n... :... 120- .' COO-
Campbell,'^ Gordon;:..;;. 121 600 \u25a0\u25a0- : " 2.50,
Campbell. Gordon ...... 122 500 - - - 2.50
Carroll, J.m;.. .;;... v..- 35 "-500 "\u25a0 " , '2.50
Chester.-^ Ed; H, . ... . . . . .438 ''\u25a0- -500 *r- '"'- 2-60 "
Chester, ' Ed. H.... :;..-.. .439 -600 2.50-
Chester; Ed. H. . . : . . . . : .440 - 600 ' 2.50 .
Cobb, J.F.....;.. -..-:... 154 1000 6.00
Coffin. A;P. :.".-. .-..v.r.- .347 .250 1.25 i
Coffin, > "A. :-. F;."... "....... 353 r 500 •- 2.50.
Coffin,'; A. F ......354 \u25a0..;\u25a0 ,500 . \u25a0 : 2.50
Coffin, : A. ?F.:.. :..'..'.. ..355 '\u25a0•'\u25a0 "-250 '' V 1.25
Coffln,;A. F ......350" "250- 1.25:
Coffin, ?A.'F. .•...-...;... .357 "260 .1.25
Coffln. A:, F:... ....;.. ..858 '250 1.25
Coffin, A. F. ;:.;....... .359 250 1.25
Cof fln..- A. ,'F. -...-;.:...... 360" '250 '1.25
C0ff1n.A.F..;..... 881 -.250 "1.25
Coffin,-. A. F."...... ...;.. 362 : 250 : " 1.25
Coffin. A. P............. 363 * 250 " - 1.25
Coffin, ; A. F..... ...... ..364 - 250 : I^s
Coffin, Ar*F. ............ 365 250 1.25
Coffin, A. P...:. ..,..... 308 - 250 1.25
Cordell,-. Theo. "G. ,."..;.. 45 • 500 :* " 2.50
Cordell, -Theo. G........ 48 * 500 ~2.50
Cordell, Theo. G. ....... 47 500 i -2.50
Cordell. E.C.; .......... 48 ' " 250 1,25
CordelL E.C... ...... ... r 49 * 250- 1.25
Cottini, A. ............. .100 500 2.60
Cummins.^Geo: W.... .. .810 ' ' 250 - 1.25
Cummins, Geo. W;. . . . .'.311 ' '+-?•\u25a0 250 ; •".'- ; 1.25
DeLancey, John S. '...... 326 '600 , 2.50
DeLancey,, John 8......:327- - 600 2.50
DeLancey, ' John :5...r... 328. 600 " 2.50
DeLancey, John 5....V.. 329 "500 2.60
DeLancey, ; John 5 ..'..... 330 600 "2.50
DeLancey, John 5....... 381 250 1.25
DeLancey,' John- 5.V. ...,332 . - 250 ' 1.25-
DeLancey. John 5....... 333' 250 - 1.25
DeLancey, John 5. ...... 334 -'250 T 1.25
Dick, James C... ....... 67 250 '.'.:. 1.25
Dick. Ja m e* C 58 ! ' 250 1.25
Dodge,. F. 8.;.........::e5 - 100 r .60
Eisen-. A; 0... ........... 5: "1 \u25a0 \u25a0"".-\u25a0 .005
Elsen, A; C. ........... .417 ' 40,000 200.00
Eisen, A. C.'....-.. ..: ...463 'i . 500 '2.50
Elsen, A. C. ........ ....464 • 500 2.50
Elsen,' A. : C;.'..:.. ....'.. 465 '500 2.50
Elsen,*: A. C. .....;. .....468 6000- 25.00
Elsen,: A. C. ...... ......577 12.50
Eisen, Mrs. A. J 0.. ..".;.. 218 : 500 2.50
Elsen,. Mrs.' ,A.° 0. .....\ .480 500 • 2.50
Enticknap, Herbert...;.. 155 1000 6.00
Evans. Mrs. Nora M.... 1200 - 250 1.25 . i
Evans, Mrs. Nora M. . . . .201- 600 " . 2.50"'
Falrview - SUver King •
• Mines^ Co. ..;;...... ..760 3245 . 16.225
Farrington &_C0.. ....... 27 50 .25
Farrington &. C 0.. ...... .411 250- 1.25
Farr. Harry St. I- ..2»7_« \ 75 -.375
Farnum, H. T... ....;. .318 :>5OO 2.50
Ferguson' Mrs. J. Q..'. -. . 98 500 " 2.50
Freund,,T.- P.;..;....:..126 250 1.25
Freund.-T. P. ....... ;.;. 151 ' 8750 \u0084 18.75
Ireund, T. P..... ...... .152 1000 . 6.00
Fuss, J. A11en..... -.;.... 275 50 " .25
Fuss,J. A11en......:. ...276 . 50 '.25
Gecstley, F. -.::•.'.. \...\.. 34 .600 2.50
Griffin, W.W.... 7..... 219 500 2.50
Harlow, . T. L: ;......... 10 50 .25
Harlow, T. L... ...... ..11 60 .25
Harlow, -T. L. :......;.; 12 • 50 .25
Hnriow.T.L.". :..•.:.... 13 50 .25
Harlow,, T.U ......14 . 250 1.25
Harlow, - T. L. . . . ....... 15 50 .25
Harrison, A. DX.........290D K ....... . .290- 600 2.50
Harrison, A. D^ ..... . r.291 • - f 600 2.50
Harrison,' A. = D. .....?.. .292 .'*\u25a0 500 2.50
Hlnkei;-Wm. ... ........183 600. . 2.50
Hlnkel..-Wm. ;:.'.;. ....-;194 -. ' 250 *• '125
Housewortu, F." A..;....' 6 0' -500 2.50
Houseworth, P. A. ..61 - 500 " 2.50
Hlggins, John .. .. ......504 Z5O :' 1.25
Jennings, C.M......... ;823 250 : 1.25
Johns, R.L...V. -;.,;..... 579 11500 : 67.60
Johnson, A. T. ....... ...157 \u25a0 100 C " 5.00
Johnson, A. T.. ........ .153 1000 '5.00
Jones, J. R. .-.-".139 . ->t 500 - 2.50
Jones, J.R..;... 140 600 2.50
Jones, J. R; .481 2000 .* 10.00
Kelsey.M. 0..... ""..;.... 490 250 1.25
•Kent,«1.;H. .......;.:... 113 500 2^o
Kent, -I. -\u25a0II;.. ......114 . 000. - 2.50
Kent. I. 11... v... .:.115 600 2.60
Kent.l.-H:. ...........116 600 2.50
Kirby, Lambj&Stoneham 16 250: : 1.25
Klrby, Lamb &,Btoneham 17-. V:200 > 1.00
Kirby, Lamb & Stoneham 18 - " 60 ' .25
Kahn,P. D...V.........242 250 1.25
Kahn,- P.; D.-.. :.....;. %.243 -1;' 250 1 °5
Kahn, P. D. ...... .....:245 "500 2.50 '
Kahn, P;> D 246 600 ' 2.50
Kahn, P. D. ...... ;. . . . .247 600 .2.50
Kahn, P.' D...-. 248 • 600 '*• 2.50
Kahn t vp.-D ;... 243 \5OO 2.50
Kahn, P. D.-.......;:..; 250 - 600 250
Kahn,: P. D.......... ;.*.251> 600 2.50
Kahn,' P. D...... ...... .252 500 2.50
Kahn, P.>D.... ....... ..253 .2000 >-•\u25a0' 10.00
Kahn, P. D. .......... ..254 -\u25a0"-. 500 \u25a0-•- 2.50
Kahn, P.D... ........ ..255 500 - 250
Kahn, \u25a0 P, D ......... . . . . 256 > 500 . - 2i50
Kahn, r P.' D. ........... .257 -:\ 500 -'\u25a0> -v ' 2.50
Kahn, P. \u25a0< D. .".258 500 •;'«!'\u25a0*•> 2.50
Kahn, P. D. ... . ........2t»9 500-^ a 250 '
Kahn,:,P..D.... ...410 \u25a0 600 '< v ;> 2.5<) '\u25a0
KraiiBe.A. ....214 .'5OO ' «2.50
Krause. A. ....... .:..:. 215 '600 !•#<\u25a0 2j60
Landborg, Irving ....... 36 sC'*." 875 T-V-- r875
Lewis,. P. R... .;.....;. 261 500 - .-'
Lewis, F.R.V... .......262 : 600 '" 2.50
Lewis, F. R..... ...... .263 " 600 250
Lewis, cF. R: .. ....... ..264' .600 260
Lewis, F. R 265 500 2.50
Lewis, F. R. . '.........".266-. 600 •- 2.50
Lewis, F. R .....V.267 ' 500 2.60
Lewis, P. R. ........ V. .268-500 * 2.50
Lewis,* F. R....V.......268 • 500 250
Lewis,- ; P. - R.V. . . . -.-.- .... 271 '500 2. 50
Lewi5, 'F.R.... ......... 272 500 V 2.50
Lewis,;, F.'R. ........ "...273 *- 250- / 123
I^ewls, P. 8.V .......... 538 250 .' x 1"25
Lewis.F. R V....639 250 125
Lusk, . F. C. -v ;..:...;.; .209 . 500 - 2i50
Mallory, Wlnslow ...... 78 '600 ' 250
Mauvais, R.; .......... ..217 ' 250- 125"
Mauvais, R. ;...;. .'.'..".;. 218 v f 500 2 60'
Mauvais, Mrs. .R. ....:.. 97 . 600 250
McKibben,- T. ....;.' 79 250 125
McMahon, H. - G. . ."• . VV . .418 ; -. 4000 '. . 20.00
McMahon, H; G. ....... .489 •"\u25a0 20000 100 00
McMullin, Sr!G:;. .'..-.. .87 250' 1#251 # 25
McMullin, S. <G..;..V... 88 ',' 260 125
McMullin, 5.G. ...... ..89 (250 1*25
McMullin, S.-G 90".- 250 1*25
McMullin, 5.G. ........ 91 "250 125
McMullin,' S." G... ;.."..." 92 _ 250 1!25
Nathan, A. -R.;."... :...:. 280 - .' -"- 50 ;• «>3
Nathan, A." E. ;......... 281 50 '25
Nelson. 8.H... ....... ..228 -. 250 ! 1*25
Nelson, 8.H:. ;...... ...220 ; 250 \u25a0 L2s'
Nordheim,' H.~-....v... .202-,- 600 12.50-
Norris.vHelen JC... "\u25a0...... 755 500/ . 250
Overbufy;* J;- T. ......... 9 • \u25a0 l /\u25a0'-*' '\u25a0 005
Preston,; A.'. H.. ......... 62 ; ' 600 \. .250"
Preston, t A.^ H . V .... , .v ; . 54 »«• 600 *\u25a0 ' - 2. 50
Preston, : A. H ....... ... . 55 { ' 600 - - \u25a0 2.50
Pelletier,^ L. ".'.... .V... .894 J. , - 500 '2.60
Pelletier, - L. ;."..'... . . . . . .405 : 500 \u25ba/ v 2.50
Pe11et1er,:,L... ....... ...469 1000 „ 6.00
Pelletier, :li. ...........470 1000 5.00
Pelletier, L.^;:. ....471' 1000 \u25a0 '- 5.00
Pelletier, .L.. L. ...........472- 1000 \u25a0 \u25a0 5.00
Pelletier, L. . . . . . . .; .V . .473 \u25a0 \u25a0 ...-• 1000 5.00
Pelletier,' L. ...........474 1000 -5.00
Pelletier, L. 475 1000 .6.00
Pelletier, 1i.1. ........ ..476 1000 • ; 5.00
Pelletier.; L..;:r.. .;... 477; 1000 5.00*
Pelletier. L. -?". ......;; . .478 . 1000. : • 6.00
Pelletier, L.':... v;.. "....485 --1000 6.00 =
Pelletier, "L. ;.."... '....... 486 =. : 250 >-• 1.25
Pelletier.- L. ...........487 ..- :. 600" ..
Pelletier. L. \u25a0- . r. .'. . . . V . .488 500 - 2.60
Pelletier, -L.-.V...V. V... 557 1000 8.00
PrenUss, ' Russell ...... .160 r. ; .. 2000 10.00
RaAhjen,-^ -P. ?H. ......... 199 - 600; ; : 2.60
Ralney.^Wm.-F.. ...... .191 250 .< 1.25
Reynier, E. de.. "..;..... ' 62 ;v - 500 - 2.60
Reynier, Mrs. M. E. de.". 73 600 2 50'
Rogers,-C. W... ....... .540 1000 \^ l' 5.00
Sagar.E.r;.-.-.;.-. .:\u25a0-'.. .221 '250 . : 1.25
Sagar.-E.F.V. r."..... ."..222 .250 "1.25.
Samson, R. .....-'. ...... S2 " .600 . 2.50
Schnepfe, -Cha5.t0....... 431: 500 2.60
Schnepfe, '\u25a0\u25a0 Chas. \ 01 ..... .432 ' - 500 \u25a0 2.50
Schnepf e, ; Chas. -C...:... 433 6QO ' 2.50 '
Schutz; ?Rev.~rH. ........ a0,- 50. '.- ..25'
Sebwartx.H. ,\u25a0..-.'..:..... 220 600 f 2.50'
Sisson^: Ernest r...... "....303 250 „ > 3.25~
Slsson, : Ernest ..v;.;.:v .406 250 ->.; 1.55!
Starr, W. ; A. . .... ... . ; . . . ,_7 .-.._\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 l . >005
Starry W. A:.....-...... .078 ,-; 6700 ; : -"i- 33.50-;
Starr. ; W. A. \.~^. ....... 761 3050 . 15.25.
Stephens;; Mrs. iW.J.T.. .^2O, 500 . 2 .50
Stephens, Mn^-W.- J..;.'. 459 , . 500 \u25a0; >, 2 .50'
Strong, Leslle4F:/*......:315 .175 ; .375
Strong,- T.* P.. t.. :VV'.... n 39 ;\u25a0- 175 . : - 875
Stauf & * Cooper.T . V. . . . :299 500 / 2 .50
SUnf?&-Cooper{V;.V.V^3oo \u25a0.: 250:— "1.25:
Stauf f&|C00per..... ....301 \u00842dO , - 1.25 .
Stauf £&*' Cooper v ._. .v.£So2 250 ' .. . L 25
Bwasey,',, E.'iM. •;• -J • v . : •';446; 446 . .60 ; ;-.25; -.25
Swasey; E. M....-- ••-.•_• **l ,-M .25
Swasey. E.;M--------v^ 50 ...25'
Swasey,- E; M: . . . . . .... .449 . * ,50 . .25 -
Bw«sey;*a?M:_:.._;i.....-400 :-\u25a0-•..--80: -\u25a0-•..--80 .>.25
Thomas,-;M.^E..f........-528 .60: <2 5
Thomas,-M. E. .. .. v....527..v ....527 .. 60., . 2 5
Th0ma8,^M.';E.;.....^.>528^:; .50/ ;. ,
Thomas, M.8.... ...... .529? • :60 - . .
Thomas, M.-'BJ.r...^ v .. 530 -. , 50 , . 25 :
Topllte. 3. 8........... 1 -. > 60 ,2.60-
Trfcber.;Conrad4.^.....,B3 .;-.. 600., ;'; 2 .50\
ValentlnepEthel. . . . u^. 37 ..-^5O , ,J 25 -
;wirSSn;UTßomaB/.y.- ? » : .210- '• ;- w80::..,':-.w B0 : : . .,':-. Hg
Woelfert,iL./.V..^ :rr . ._....; 85 \u25a0.\u25a0#-... 250
Woelfert.-L.;..... — •r^a.v- ,60, - ;25 ,
Wolff,- Car1". .....\u2666-•-•:^- ;250 -/ ,- 1j23 .
Wolff, ; jCarl^^£^---;298:/ ,250 3.05^
Wood, ', W .;• F...,.- . ; •.. --8- . . ; . 600 y;< \u25a0 . 2.50 X
wood,- i W; \u25a0\u25a0> k. . . . • •,•:»•"• 'sf? M> \u25a0 992 >.<" - 2.50--
.WOOd,{W. \ 500 -^ > 2 .50 :,
W00d.5W.5F.;...^.-..-^sv i' 500 .-;- :ii -.. tt 2 .50 \u25a0\u25a0
W00d, 4W.iF..:...y.» • M -2|B .:: 600 :v: v ,, 2 .60;
Wood -^W.-F..- •«••«• ...-o7 . . 500..-. ;.-i •> kal
wSod^Cw .\u25a0.•F.*;-.r.-.'.-.";.-*.288?.,- : 500::; '-%'Ajff.
sPvjw:-:fh:h^v2B9; ,500 \u25a0 <Mm
! hj- Audi in^ accordance 1 with I law j and an '\u25a0 order ' of
the I Board sof j Diectors 5 made . on t the 5 6th > day '- of
Aprtl;; 1 1910, :\u25a0 so i many £ shares lof each., parcel lof
such^ stock : asi may i be) necessary wlll-b« soid.'-'ct
public^ auction sat * the s office -j of ,; the t» Company,
Room*ll4,'^ No. ; 268 Market i Streets San Francisco,
California,"! on Friday,- the 10th day of June,il9lo
at i the i houri of |12 1 o'cloc«\jNoonf of i said * day. -ito
pay ! said ! delinquent , assessment thereon, together
\u25a0 i LEGAL yOTiroS^-Contlnned ;
with*, costs . of : advertising ' and • expenses * of . sale." :
*---\u25a0\u25a0.- k,.- HARRY -B. GREGG. Secretary.
Of flee— Room 114. • No. . 268 ; Market Street, . San
\u25a0 Francisco.: California. '--\u25a0.
"_\u25a0 ..'\u25a0 PROPOSAJ-S .-Ajrb BIDS
"" .NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Office of the Board of State 4 Harbor Commis-
sioners. Union -.- Depot and Ferry House, ' San
Francisco, CaUf ornla, - s May 28, 1810.
Sealed proposals or : bids will be • received at
this office -at or prior to 11 \u25a0 o'clock ! a; m. . on
THURSDAY, June 30. 1810,- for furnishing ma-
terials and constructing" section 10 of the seawall,
on the water f rpnt : of " the city - and , county ». or
San Francisco, in accordance with the plans and
specifications prepared therefor by the \u25a0 Assistant ,
State Engineer of the Board and adopted by tha
Board May, 19, 1910,' tnd on flle in this office,
to which. 6pecial reference- Is hereby. made. Tha
materials to be used In the -work consist of the 1
requisite : iniantities , of ' fresh ' cut.' close grained
Douglas - yellow fir . piles, creosoted piles.' mer-
chantable yellow -fir lumber, staves for cylinders,
sheet piling, L band Iron,' Portland ; cement, sand,
crushed rock," embankment rock, reinforcing ma-
terials, castings, structural steel, car springs,
and steel rails and fastenings, -etc.. all to be of \u25a0
the best quality. specified. and subject to * rigid
examination.. -No bid will be received unless It
is made on .a \- blank '- form • furnished from this
office and -is accompanied by a certified check
for five ; (5) per cent of the amount of the bid,
payable to the order of the Secretary of the
Board, as a guarantee on the part- of the suc-
cessful bidder that he will within six (B)days
after the acceptance of the bid enter into a i
written ; contract - to do said work according to
the - plans \u25a0 and » specifications prepared therefor,
and will also execute and flle with this .Board :
a - bond In such ; sum as the Board .may deem
adequate with a surety company to be approved
by the Board = of State Harbor Commissioners, :
and conditioned • for the faithful ' performance of i
such ' contract, nor will said bid be considered
by .this Board. unless delivered to the Secretary
or to the Assistant Secretary at the office of the
Secretary ' at tor prior to 11 . o'clock a. m. on
THURSDAY, June 30, 1909, at which time and
place the bids will be opened. \u25a0-:,-\u25a0-,-,
The Board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids if deemed for the best Interests of tne
State.-."-;;;.: -. .- -v
are invited to be present at the open-
ing of- the bids.-- - •
, w. b: porter.
Lieut. Governor and Acting Governor of the
State of California.
\u25a0 \u25a0• J. A: I KELLY.
Supervisor and Acting Mayor of the City and
County of San Francisco ypiVßn
W..V. STAFSORD.-
. . W. E. DENNISON.
P. 8. TELLER.
. . Board of State Harbor Commissioners.
\u25a0 RALPH BARKER.
Assistant State Engineer.
W. B. THORPE.
\u25a0 , ..' . ..-_.' » Secretary.
BIDS WANTED— Notice Is hereby given that
sealed proposals wIU be received by the Board
Of Directors of the Veterans' Home of Califor-
nia,- at the Veterans' Home, Napa County. Cal-
ifornia, up to 11 o'clock a. m..
\u25a0* :.-.;.-;• SATURDAY. JUNE 4. 1910.
and . open * immediately thereafter tn the pres-
ence . of- bidders, for furnishing and deliver-
ing quartermaster and commissary supplies, etc.,
for the Veterans' Home, Napa County, Califor-
nia, f. o." b. cars, steam or electric R. R. (R-
R. station, Yountvllle. or Veterans' Home), for
one year, commencing July "1. 1910. and ending
June 30. 1911.: Schedules with information and
instructions for submitting bids will be furnished
upon application \u25a0by the undersigned. Bidders
will -'; carefully follow the conditions of - the
schedules, and -no bid will be considered unless
It Is ' in accordance with such schedules. I Bids
must be made on samples - submitted whenever
called I for in ' the schedule. Each bidder - must
accompany his bid with a certified check upon
some well known and responsible banking house
for at least 10 per cent of the ? amount of his
bid, payable to C. de Colmesnil. Treasurer, con-
ditioned that the bidder will enter into a good
ar.-l valid contract upon notice of acceptance.
as' required by law. The Board reserves the
right to reject any or all bids and to order
any --quantity^- over or under the amount- spe-
cified. ' .
Preference will, be given to goods manufac-
tured or produced in this state, price, fitness
and quality being equal, under the provisions
of Section 3247 of the PoUtlcal Code.
Address John F. Sheehan. Secretary of the
Board of Directors of the Veterans' Home of
California. Veterans- Home (P. O.). California. •
By order of. the Board of Directors.
JOHN P. SHEEHAN. Secretary.
NOTICE OF LEASING SEAWALL LOT.
- Notice is hereby "given that bids will be re-
ceived an-i opened by the Board of State Htrbcr
Commissioners at their office, room No. 19. in
the Union Depot and Ferry House, foot of Mar-
ket street, in the City and County of San Fran-
cisco, State of California, at the hour of in
0 clock a. m., on Thursday, the 10th day of June.;
1910, for tae letting or leasing by said board of i
seawall lot. No. 7. \u25a0. Said seawall lot is situated
On the water front of the City and County of
San Francisco, and is bounded by Montgomery,
Francisco, \u25a0 East; Sansome and Chestnut streets.
Said property win be let to the highest and
best bidder for a t«nn not exceeding twenty-five
(23). years however, to the power of
the board to reject any and all bids, and In ac-
cordance with printed terras and conditions of
lease to which reference is hereby made, .vhieh
are on file in the office of the Secretary of the
Board, copies of which will be f uru'shed bidders
on application of said Secretary. .
m Bids must set forth the purpose for which said
lot' shall be used and. the bidder must agree that
the statement of .his bid. if the lease Is awarded
to him. shall be embodied in said lease, and he
must also agree that said lot shall be used only
for the purposes set forth In his bid. '
. < W. V. STAFFORD,
W. E. DENNISON,
;. rV - P. S. TELLER.
Board of State Harbor Commissioners.
W. B. THORPE. Secretary. _'
NOTICE OF LEASING SEAWALL LOT.
Notice Is hereby given that bids .will be re-
ceived and opened by the Board of- State Harbor
Commissioners at their office, room No. 19, In
the Union Depot aud Ferry House, foot of Market
street, in the City and County of San Francisco,
State; of California, at the hour, of 10 o'clock
a. mv. on Thursday, the 16th day of June. 1910;
for : the letting or leasing by said board of sea-
wall lot No. 21; Said seawall lot is situated on
the water. front of the City and County of San
Francisco, and is bounded by Brannan, East and
Fremont streets. — ,-\u25a0-, . ~:
Said property will be let to the highest and
best- bidder for a term not exceeding twenty-five
(25) years;- subject, however, to the power of
the board* to reject any and all bids.- and In ac-
cordance with • printed terms and conditions of
lease to which reference Is hereby made, which
are on file in the .office of the Secretary of the
Board," copies of which will be furnished bidders
on application to said Secretary.
Bids - must -set forth the - purposes for which
said lot shall be used and the bidder must- agree
that the statement -of his bid. if the lease U
awarded to htm. shall be embodied In said lease,
and he 'must also agree that said lot shall be
used only, for the purposes set forth in his bid.
Board of State Harbor Commissioners.
W. B. THORPE, Secretary. :...--,-.-\u25a0 .
\u25a0 NOTICE OFi LEASING SEAWALL LOT.
•Notice -is hereby given that bids will be re-
ceived and "opened by the Board of State Harbor
Commissioners at their office, room No. 19. in the
Union - Depot and Ferry House, foot of Market
street,. ln. the City and County of San Francisco,
State of - California, at the hour of • 10 o'clock
a. m., on Thursday,- the 16th day of June. 1910.
for the letting or leasing by said board of sea-
wall lot No, 22, "Subdivision A.". Said seawall
lot ' is situated on the .water front of the City
and County. of San Francisco, and Is bounded by
Brannetn, Fremont, East aud First streets.
Said property will ' be let to the highest - and
best bidder for. a "term not exceeding twenty-five
(25) years; subject; however, to the power of the
board to reject any and all bids, and In accord-
ance with printed terms and, conditions of lease
to which reference la hereby made, which are on
file In the office t of- the- Secretary of the Board,
copies of which will be furnished bidders on
application to said Secretary.
Bids ! must set : forth the purposes for which
said lot shall be used, and the bidder must agree
that : the ; statement of his bid. If the lease .is
awarded to him, shall, be embodied in said lease,
and he must > also agree that said lot shall be
used only for the purposes set forth In his bid."
• W. V. STAFFORD,
A W.E. nENNISON,
'\u25a0\u25a0'; P. S. TELLER,
Board of State Harbor Commissioners.
W.B. THORPE, Secretary.
U." S. Engineer Office, Seattle.' - Wash.^ June 1,
1910. — Sealed f proposals : - for * dredging , Saint
Michael canal. Alaska, will be received here until
12 m., June: 10. ;W 10; and then publicly opened.
Information furnished «on ; application. C. ;W.
KUTZ. Major Engineers.
MISSION branch of The Call. MILLER'S, sta-
V- tloner.'SOlt Iftth St. ' • --. -. \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0-.-— ...v.-|
3IARIN" COUNTY: REAI- ESTATE
HOME AXDHEAI/m-ON A
BIG $100 LOT. AT SAN RAFAEL -
Large, highly Improved lots close to* Sau 'Rafael
.- and , ouly - 15 minutes' walk .-: to ; Kcntfleld sta-
tion; refined surroundings ami grand scenic
: ! outlook ,; -v commanding " mountains; .foothills,
-; groves and bay. Classy, oeighboraood ' of up .to
.date San Francisco professional men;, who real-
:;'. lze -• the . Blessings of -home and - health. \u25a0 Come
t and lire in the balsamic air of the pines and
\u25a0 - redwoods;-, where ' asthmas and \u25a0 throat troubles
are ; unknown* and \u25a0every.-, scene -l-i • yleaslng to
.Tithe-eyes and nose.'j \\' \u25a0'\u25a0:,! r'°- .
LV'; HANDSOME HOME LOTS 'AT PRICES
THAT WILL NEVER BE POSSIBLE AGAIN*
f AND - WHERE $100 . WIIX GROW ' TO A
, THOUSAND. - • ', *"\u25a0 \4\ \u25a0-,' '
TERMS MADE TO -FIT.
\u25a0S^ W. L. I COURTRIGHT.
if * -Ji \u25a0-*• Opposite ' Union ; depot, ' San " Rafael.
City Offlceii7ol-Westbankbldg,7. opp.; Emporium.
1 ins^rLots^inithe: heart of ; Kentfleld.-5 minutes
; •. '\u25a0 to : station x' elevation ; Just \ right; sewer, water.
\u25a0V electricity -- and l telephone in - front ; of each \u25a0 lot ;
jvii established • street; these* lots ; are ; worth $400;
,;^sacrifice; ls > being 1 made : to clean np old stand-
• ing ' deal ;.-- 4 : furn. cottages at relative bar-
. -gains. :J.;E.. LEWIS. Kentfleld.: "
SAN ANSELMO. ; Mill Valley." San Rafaer. proo-'
\u25a0 h ertles. v Atthowe Realty f Company .*; 25S Marfcgt.'
ASAN|MATEO ! REAi* ESTATE I " I
FOR 'sale of ."exchange— Country^ home "at IWood-
vv slde,> A; COMTE* JR.; ,338 Kearny: st.. SO F. '
BTJXGAI-OW ATO CAMP SITES ' ;
HEALTH. PLEASURE AN'-.^ PROITT
."*\u25a0* . , . - . »
$100 LOTS AT $25
FROM. TWO TO FOUR TIMES THE SIZE OJ*
• CITY LOT 3
IF YOU HAVE THE SLIGHTEST DESIRE FOR
A REALLY GOOD VACATION , HOMB
SITE THIS WILL INTEREST YOU
It Is a special, limited offer of the CAMP
ROSE CO., a responsible and reliable company.
able and more than willing to satisfy- you .by
any test that Its \u25a0 statements and promises ara
true from start to finish.
WHERE AND WHAT CAMP, ROSS IS
CAMP ROSE ts a summer home place of tha
better sort, and liquors can not be sold on the
property. , Ebcated on a mile of RCS3IA2*
RIVER frontage that Is owned by the company,
a -mile and 'a half east of Healdsburg. Sonoma .
County, it is the nearest place of the kind to
S. F. that is on RUSSIAN RIVER.
Where fine roads are NOW made, making all
lets easily reached, and where pun sprins water
Is NOW piped to the lots.
Where every lot Included In this SPECIAL'
OFFER is within from one to five mlnutea*
waJk of the river, and the lots are .bis ones,
averaging over 30 fe«t frontage. There :i» a
survey stake at every corner of each lot.
Where a large park acreage and a fine sulphur
spring are perpetually free for. the benefit and
pleasure *£ all lot owners.
Where boating, bathing and fi&aing ta YOTJB
OWN RIVER and practically . all other outdoor
pleasures may be enjoyed on your, own property.
Where, while apparently In an unbrokaa
wilderness, with Its charm and seclusion. y«c the
dealers call for and deliver orders free, and
tbe stableman will send you out a- ris or saddle
horse In a few minutes. "• " »
These and many other things are true o£
CAMP ROSE today, not "promised" yon ta the
uncertain future. Lot owners hay« all tha rights
and privilejts above named SOW and FOR-
EVER.
WHY WBDOIT!
In order to more rapidly advertiM and build
np CAMP ROSE we offer 60 of our beautiful
bungalow and camp sites to the first 30 desir-
able applicants for $25 each. There ar« over
100 to select from, at this price, and our average,
list price on them exceeds $100 each. They «ra
worth It, and nothing so good can ha had at
any other resort actually ON Russian river foe
less than $100.
We have sold 73 lots at an average price of
$125. A number of bungalows have been built.
and we will be glad to give you tha names of
lot owners. They are ail the best pleased peo-
ple you ever saw. and are recommending CAMP
ROSE to. their friends.
THIS IS A MONEY BACK OFITEB
Pleased owners will h«lp advertise- and onlM
up CAMP ROSE, displeased ones win not. X W«
therefore .will refund the muney paid us to any
who will, aftsx seeing the property, , within rea-
; socable time, tell us they ara not thoroughly
! satisfied. No haggling about this. Simply gW»
us back the lot and get your money.
We hay* expended In. road building, piping
water, etc., more money per lot than this special
price, and It Is easy to see that w« look to the
future for the benefit to us from this special
sale. \u25a0
SO DAYS' TIME ON PART IF YOU vVTSH
$25 even, covers the cost 0/ msktnc and re-
• cording your deed and the taxes for the current
year. The only other expense, ts * modest enargai
i of $3 a year for the use- and maintenance of our
! excellent water service. Yon may pay $23 down
and balance in SO days if you wish.
Let us select a lot for yon on these conditions.
or call and arrange to go and se« CAMP ROSSI
without ccst to you except the railroad fare of
$2.23. We will eves pay this for you tn some
cases.
Mall order* will have our special care, and w«
guarantee to please all who Intrust selection to
us, either in our office or by mall.
From our personal knowledge, and a\u25a0' book
made for us by our surveyors and price mak-
ers, we can tell you every particular about each,
lot, right In out office.
We refer to any ' Banker or Merchant of
Eealdsburg. ma ay of whom have bought lots
of us' at CAMP ROSE, and to many residents
of S. FV, - Oakland and Berkeley, who -nave
bungalows and camps there. ' -
We owe It to these people and the futnro
good of CAMP ROSE to know to whom thess
special offer, lota go. and we reserve the right
to ask for references.
Can or send for marked maps showtns tha
special offer lots. You are sure to set property
that la worth much more than you pay. and that
you can make a profit on If you wish, but there
Is a choice, and early selections are advisable.
CAMP ROSE CO..
138 Ltc£ Building. 35 Montgomery Street. S. I*.
CHAS. E. BAY, president, general manager
and principal owner of Camp Rose, personally
responsible for all statements and promises.
Office open evenings until 9 o'clock Tuesdays) -
and Thursdays.
SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAINS.
Beantlrnl Idytwild at Alma. An Ideal place,
for your mountain bungalow. Clubhouse estab*
lished for convenience of purchaser*. Only ; X
hour and 45 minutes from San Francisco.
STRONG. BELDEX & FARR.
157 Sntter st;: Ban Franrfseo.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE
$100 DOWN
5 ROOM BUNGALOW
Nicely located, with lot 80x113; street work all
done; close to S. P. and Key Route depots to
San Francisco: and the full price Is only $2,300.
I have arranged for monthly payments of
$25 to cover interest as well as principal. This
. looks to me like a chance to pick up a pretty
good little snap. Let me show It to you.
I have lots of -money to loan on real estate mort.
gages.
'GEORGE W. AUSTIS. 101S Broadway. Oakland.
SNAP AT $2,300 ' '
FINE BUSINESS LOT— OLD DWELUJTG
Now' this Is probably the best chance In- the mar-
ket today for a speculator. This ts why— the
lot Is located centrally on Grove st.. bitumen- -
ixed. and U alone worth MOKE THAN THIS
FULL PRICE — besides you get s. plain, but -
comfortable little htu*e o* 4 rooms .that will -
rent for Interest on the moo-?y or can be re- -
modeled Into store end Oat or two flats .at
small expense. This ts the "llvest".. spot In *
city today. 'You ousbt to "make $300 profit on
this in 10 days' time. Don't wait to, lnvesti-
gate as I only have a few days on this. -
I nave a, lot of money to loan on first mortgages
at 6 and 7 per cent-
GEORGB W. AUSTIN. 1013 Broadway. OakUnd.
WENTWORTH <fe CO.
Win give you your pick from 50 or more cottages
and bungalows; prices ranging .trout $1,800 to
$3,000: monthly payments. Including interest. V-
from $1S to $30; ' first payment required from
$130 to $250; among these homes are many that
are new and nicely located.
~WENTWORTH ft CO.;
1503 Grove st. cor. 20th and San Pablo, Oakland. .
$2,530 ; and . only $100 cash buys nice 3 room
bungalow near Key Route. LEVERICH. It
Telegraph ay.. Oak. Phone evenings Pied. 478 T. -
BrRUXGAME REAL ESTATE
BEAUTIFUL HQME SITES. ' '
Ttslt the. beautiful Bnrlingame hill country,
the most - beautiful within . reach of - the dry.
far surpassing the cross bay localities: trans- i
fer to the San Mateo electric ear atySth and
Market— you always get a seat — and get off at
EASTON station, or take the Southern Pacific
at Third and Townsend; here !« the finest sob- \u25a0
urban home site on the peninsula. EASTON
ADDITIONS TO BURLING AilE; beautiful
shaded paths, cool on the hottest days ;,all Im-
provements. ' cement * sidewalks, streets, sewers,
water, -light and telephone are Installed; -tne
homes will appeal to you; large lots on easy
terms; excellent and fast train service.' twice
as fast 'as to cross bay points. For particulars:
about EASTON address F. 3. RODGEB3. MILLS
BUILDING. 3 AN FRANCISCO.
_.
331 Monadnock bid*..
i " . Phones— Keaxny 2920. J2980.
GOT SOMETHING. YOU DOJTT WANT?
Most likely we have somebody who has It and
wants mor'a he wants his. We make a
SPECIALTY OP EXCHANGING THINGS.
IT YOU HAVE ANYTHING 'TO TRADE brtns
Into t THE BAY CITIES LNT. CO.. 331 MonadV
nock bldg.;, 3d and Market.'
Phone*— Kearay 292n. Home J29SO.
j ROSSPROPERTT
1 ROSS building lots. Marin county— Macadam ave-
nues, sewer, water, gas, electricity; prices
i low. very easy terms. Owner. R. N. CARSON. -"
22 Battary wt.: or Carson Glove Co.. 3aa BafaaL. - . .
" ''REAI- ESTATE TO; EXCHAXGB .
WE want Improved ranches and residential prop-
erties from $5,000 op. situated preferably with-
".. In 200 miles of San Francisco, to exchange Cos
desirable Improved and unimproved San Fran-'
\u25a0 cisco and bay cities real estate. 'Give. tnll. par-
. ticulars: ln first letter. Address country sale*
department. J. W. WRIGHT & CO.. 125 Suttes
~ Mt..Saa Franelsco. CaL .- r. -->- •" -•* ,
SHINGLES. J1.30: rustle. 523: lining. $ttf; cs«a-
try orders solicited. S3 iota st.*. 3. IV *
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