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O "xvin~; Nn - V iJ- C - Smlth « N«4M I^fever^
. Winchester 32 K. Takedown,- flue ztsliinjr rod;
• for entire outfit. I. L. PAMSEL,
: So< Jackson st., Oakland. '
AA— All eizes standard water pipe and ecrew
' CB f iCK - guaranteed good as new; get our
prices, Pipe Works. 133 Ilth ft.
WANTED — A Mvoud linnd door for cement vault,
><r .heap safe. GEORGE ROWER, box C 3,
1 iiiiiv.-le, <•*!.
Minorca* baby chicks. $12.50 per 100;
• .££. to,4 ce S DCra habT chicks, *8 per 100.
STANSFIKLD. 3301 E_,l4th St.. Frultvale.
triu!s Pt 'ac'wy prices. W. A. PLUM-
MJ-.R C0.. SYV. cor, cf Front and Pine sts.
NATIONAL cash registers, electric signs, bar
\u25a0 ar.fl-safp f or sale; cheap. ST» McAllifcter st.
.CPKOX AGKNCY— Moving picture machines and
\u25a0\u25a0•- fi.i>:>: bargain. GLO. BBECK. 70 Turk st.
THOTvOIGHEUi-;!) cocker spaniel pups: also
male -fox terrier. 2312 Redwood ay.. Fruitvale.
.•SAKLS -positively at manufacturer's prices; try
... us. WALTZ S. ic L. Co., IZ.i Cal. St.. S. F.
:: A T_BOI)KST _BOl)KS BOUGHT: KING'S BOOK STORE,
• i \u25a0 *t; Market above Gough. P. Market 47C3. I
3tOoK£ ;:n.i llbrarte* bought. THE HOLMES
- CO.. il.'.S Market st. Phone Market 596.
;S.vn:s-Xcn- and .vecond hand, all' sizes. THE
.^HTRMAN SAKF. «'O.. l^O-ir'.O Fo'.snrn st.
J2l MISCELLAKEOUS WANTS
DRESS SUITS, tuxedos. Prince Alberts and other
.-. fruits boupbt. L. £KOLL, 707 Golden Gate ay.;
\u25a0piiones— Market 4Osl. Home SL':JH3.
' .; . - _j?B • 4^*jjj» JJ WQ|\K - S
BROKEN parts brawd. Oakland Brazing Works.
. ..-4 Franklin ft.. Oakland. I'hone A 5933.
JPAJ^XTIjVt^ ANO^JO ICCO It ATI NO
ALL branches bouse painting and decorating.
J. i: Harrison. Ifl-JQ Qa). Frank. .*.s3(>. C3OO»;.
AUTOPIANO $323
Sohm^r CeclUan Player Piano. <35-SS Note,
new j $C9O
•Brhnlng Player I'iano, 63-88 < Note 'cmnblna'-
. • tlon m *-- %m $-25
Baui< Player IMann .!"..!S:XrO
: <>ciliau Cabinet Player $60
Cabinet Pia:;o!a . . . ." $75
' " Modoraie Monthly Payments.
KOBLRB & * CHAS E,
'; 26 O'Farrell 6t.
CROWN and Concord Pianos, exclusive agency; I
easy terms; Combinola Player. $900; best on j
: \u25a0\u25a0 the market; 10 inch <iisc records, 23c each,
-. wfcile they last; Edison, Victor. Zonophone Ma- I
chines and Records. BACIGALUPI, 941 Market.
COLUMBIA GKAFONOLA REGENT— Don't buy
a talking machine until you bave heard this
. wonderful musical instrument. KOHLEB &
CHASE. 2G OFarrell gt.
A — BARGAIN at Jos. Scbmitz & Co.. moved to
oid loyatloa. 3* McAllister st. near Market.
SMALL Erard upright, $45; $3 per month. 37
Stockton st.
PIANOS for rent; no certage this week. BY-
r.OX MAPZY. 2.-.0 St.v-kton St.
,
MONARCH Visible Typewriters— ln the Monarch
Visible Typewriter all the writing is in full
fight all the time; other makes, second hand,
at very reasonab> prices; we rent, repair and
inspect. BefoiOTpcrchasiag ring up Douglas
4 US, or cail &1F307 Bush st.
\u25a0 WOLF & ISENBRUCK. Dealers.
SPECIAL. $33 — Smith-Premier or Remington re-
built. Secure information L. i 11. ALEXAN-
DER. 512 Market st.
ALL pricos. rebuilt*; installments $3 monthly;
rentals $2.C-0. I'ac. Typewriter Co.. 107 Mont.
TYPEWRITERS— AII makes sold, rented, re-
pairfrt. 91 s Broadway. Oakland: tel. Oak. 9219.
_^_B AR_.*J^^TOn^FJ[XTURES
BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.. 7G3-7C7
Mission st.. te'.ephone Sutter ".".'?.
HOOFING
ROOFS, nny kind, repaired, painted. A. HILL-
MAN. r.Qg E. l-'tli st.. Oakland. Drop postal.
LOCKSMITHS
KEYS at factory prices. Ker Works, 861 Clay
St.. Oakland: phones. Oakland 'J717. A2.*>74.
Tlie Comet — Ladles' taHoring. Sl9 Devisadero: all
kin*!.- ..j alt.: workmgnship pmir. West S2"O.
JAPANESE TAILORS
THE HIN'OY, incr. tsilor for Amer. ladies and
>ent«: tit ci:«r. 1H1O**; Geary st.: West C'il7.
I>nESS_3IAI%I!VG
MCDOWELL'S Dress Making and Millinery
School. 121 Geary st. near Grant ay. ; evening
clgyEfs; patterns cut in order. Dnraglas 4731.
BUTTONS AXD PLEATING
Stale's button works. 222 Ellis and Mason. Ph.
Frank. -iSl'l nn<l C 4521. Mall orders Poli<-lted.
AUTOMOBILES
'07 STEVENS-DC RYEA. fully equipped.
'09 MltehelL fully equipped; newly painted.
'07 45 Peerless limousine.
f-tevens-Duryea body and top for sale cheap.
These cars wi!l be sold at exceptionally
low pricea. , »
H. O. HARRISON CO.,
54rt Van Ness ay.
PEERLESS MOTOR CARS.
FOR sale — Price $000 and upward; several *09
and '07 White touring cars, taken In trade for
•08 c*r« and thoroughly overhauled by our*
.mechanics from our factory.
WINTON AUTOMOBILE BRANCH,
300 Van Ness ay.,
San Francisco.
MODEL H, 1910. 6 cylinder Franklin car
equipped with top. class front, etc., used for
1 week, now In pledge; owner financially em-
barrassed, will sell at »rreat sacrifice. Call or
address inquiries to room Cl 7, 319 California
m.. San Francisco; no ageuts.
•l<9 MAXWELL, model A. just overhauled,
in good condition $500
'07 Maxwell, model A, also In good condi-
tion $330
MAXWELL AGENCY. 196 12th et.. Oakland.
4 CTL. Mitchell roadster, $400; Reo, fine, for
S2.V>: Prest-o-lite tank. $12.50: magneto,
f12.50; generators, $2.50; horns, lamps, tires,
fif.. at barpain prices. AUTO PARTS EX-
CHANGE, 334 Larkin st.
WK csrry the larjrest line of dependable used
automobiles in the west at prices that can not
be beat. We buy for cash. CANNING &
VINTON AUTO CO.. 433 Golden Gate ay.
AN AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN
*0P Thomas in excellent condition; top. seat
c-Tfrs. class front. GEORGE OLDSWORTZ. 540
V«n N>ss ar.
•U9 ROYAL TOURIST, top glass front, seat
covers. newly painted. GEORGE OLDS-
WORTZ. 540 Van Ness ay.
'Ct» PEERLKSS roadster, top. seat covers, a bar-
i.-i.in. H. O. HARRISON CO., 340 Van Ness nv.
jUV" Moline: In pood condition. Hugo Muiler
Aut» Company. 422-42S Van Ness ay."
RELIABLE Auto Brokerage Co., dealers in new
and slightly used autos. 343 Golden Gate ay.
PAC. Aluminum Brazing Works can braze your
broken alum, castings. 430 Van Xpse: Pk. 5120.
AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES
L. H. & B. I. BILL. 543 Golden Gate ay
Headquarters for Solar lamps, Vesta batteries,
I'tnhurd oil.' Diamond chains and parts.
BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES
' THOR motors won at Ingleside Sunday; mile In
&4 sec., 5 miles 4:37; they're fast motors; sec-
ond hand machines, $50; bicycles, $17.50 up;
tires. $1.23 up. A. FREED. 1440 Market st.
1910 PIERCE 4 cylinder motorcycle, just re-
iflved; call and see it. or send for catalogue.
J. T. CHICK. 312 San Pablo ay., Oakland.
PIERCE, R. S. Emblem motorcycles aud bicycles.
JOHN T. BILL & CO.. 337-9 Golden Gate ay.
HORSES, HARNESS AND WAGONS
A — HOUSE., wagon snd harness, $43; horse,
buggy and harness. $35: tram of young ponit-s,
$110," broke to ride; 20 bead of all purpose i
horses. $15 np; all kinds of wagons, buggies j
find harness, cheap; must sell; will trade. 557 ;
4th tt. ..Oakland. . \u25a0 .
THE S. F. UIDING CLUB has in Its sale dept.
a number of high class saddle and driving
borseb; also some gentle saddle ponies, all
guaranteed; Inspection Uiflted. 701 7th ay.
FINE bay saddle mare. 1,100 pounds, with or
without saddle; also new express waxon with
pole and shaft, cheap. Alameda stables, 2307
Hncinal ay.. Alameda. ,* '
23 HEAD borves, mares, wagons, harness, by a
contracting outfit: no reas. offer refused. 11
Killing st. off nth het. Howard and Folsomv
FOR sale — A bijr. fine, rangy driving horse,
brown. 16 hand* high; 6 years old: weight,
L2OQ pounds; gentle. Box 137. San Mateo, Cal.
1 BUSINESS bussy, with a set of harness al-
most new. Inquire 3001 Steiner st. cor. Union.
FOR sale — Draft and driving horses, always on
band. 420 S. Center, Stockton. Cal.
FOR Kale cheap^ — Fine rubber tired business bug-*
gy. 3940 19th et. .
WOODLAWN Stables. (517-33 Grove St.; horses
$1.25 day: borsen & wag.. $9 wk.: Mg. $20 roo.
UP TO DATE moving picture theater at a sac-
rifice: owner toes east 19th lnst. H. C.
WHITE. -636 Grove Bt., Berkeley.
FOR sale — A (rood newspaper route in a good
district In this city. Apply to J. B. LEN:-
BABT, Circulation Department, S. F. Call.
BUSINESS CHANCES — Continued ___
RELIABLE INVESTMENT CO..
968 BROADWAY. OAKLAND, CAL.
Telephones: .Oakland 4C13 and A 2613.
If You Want to Buy or Sell See Us.
See Our References.
DELICATESSEN and branch bakery. $401); rent
$25; good corner, close in; clears good money;
excellent place for man and wife; do not over-
look this if you want a bargain; come in and
i!i:ikf' us «v offer: place must be sold at once.
RELIABLE INVEST. CO.. 96S Broadway,
Oakland.
DYEING and cleaning works, $150; rent $15;
located in Berkeley ; this is a good place for
a party who understands the business: very
little opposition: best of reasons for selling;
a bargain. Full information can be had by
«-allins on RELIABLE INVEST. CO., 86S
Broadway. Oakland. *
HoTEL and bar. $7,000 — This includes property
22 miles from S. X.: only bar in town; lot 25x
125; main street; building cost $4,000: elegant
lmr fixtures: furniture and carpets Al; liquor
license $1,000; terms half cash, balance to suit;
K"od bUMness. RELIABLE INVEST. CO., 968
.Broadway, Oakland.
PHOTOGRAPH supplies, $3,000; rent $43; 2 year
lease; doing good business; will bear strictest
investigation; the only store of this kind in the
jilhi-c; located in city of 35,000' population:
best of reasons for selling; full particulars can
he obtained at RELIABLE INVESTMENT CO.,
w:S Broadway, Oakland.
GROCERY and branch bakery, $1,250, rent $30,
aiiil 4 beautiful living rooms; good corner, lo-
cated in thickly populated residence district;
excellent place for man and wife; doing a good
business; no opposition: we consider this a
pood buy for (he price asked. RELIABLE IN-
VEST. CO., 90S Broadway. Oakland.
RESTAURANT— S4SO; rent .$23; seating capacity
~S; nicely fitted up; doing a uieo business;
this is a pickup for the price asked: ouly rea-
m for selling, sickness in family; if you miss
this you miss an opportunity of your life, a
snap; see this at once. RELIABLE INVEST.
CO.. 968 Broadway. Oakland.
SALOON MEN. ATTENTION. ~~
SALOON in Oakland, near Broadway: ele-
gantly fitted uj>: clearing $200 monthly, at
least, independent of good or bad times; worth
$4.<i>o; will be sold" on account of family
affairs for ANY REASONABLE OFFER; li-
cense is worth $1,000 alone. Investigate quick
a:xl make us an offer.
CLARKE & MAGNUS. S3O Market St.. r. 507.
GROCERY STORE,/4arrying glassware, crockery,
etc.. in very lively town on the peninsula;
porxl OLD estab. business; fully and fresh
stocked aud equipped; 2 good horses and
wajrnns: CLEARS about $230 NET at present
time; will Invoice about $7,0n0: terms to right
; party; owner WISHES TO RETIRE from act-
ive business; wpnM consider exchange for good
property.
j CLARKE & MAGNUS. S3Q Market St., r. 507.
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A BARGAIN— SALOONM EN, ATTENTION.
An elegant, lilgh class saloon for sale, for
less than invoice price; good, thoroughly estab-
lished trade of about $50 a day. This is a
splendid corner location, close to Market st.
<>n 3d. with a gooil lease at a very low rental.
This is an out of the ordinary opportunity for
saloonuiau, the best buy that 1 have had in
this office since the fire. Call today and In-
vestigate.
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ALSO. TWO CHEAPER SALOONS, that I
consider worth double the price asked — one for
$t^io and one for $700. These are V-oth good
buys for parties with small amount of money,
tall at my office any time today and I will
give you the details. ',
GEO. A. HERRICK. 1005 MARKET ST.
X X
X-- X
BEST DELICATESSEN STORE IN CALIFORNIA
The CLEANEST. BRIGHTEST and most UP
TO DATE business in the hot and cold deli-
cacy line to be had ANYWHERE; established:
doing a fine, steady trade; known ALL OVER
ALAMEDA COUNTY; a very short examina-
tion will convince the MOST SKEPTICAL
BUYER that tbis is THE place. The LOW-
EST amount of money the owner has PUT IN
THE BANK, for any one month's profit. Is
(325! This can be SHOWN, understand! This
business, as it standp. is worth $4,000! It
Kill be 6old for $3,000! The owner is a sick
niMu and must sell. If you want the best
, <lelicatessen you ever stepped into come and
see us at once.
WENTWORTH & COMPANY.
BY a San Francisco manufacturing company
operating a number of stores on the Pacific
coast, handling merchandise of -daily consump-
tion, contemplating further expansion, wants
a man with $2,500 to 53.000 to co-operate with
t:s in building up business; gilt edge proposi-
tion; absolutely safe. Call 921 Monadnoek big.
IF you are capable of handling a TRADE AL-
READY ESTABLISHED and have $1,000 to
invest, satisfied with $100 PER MONTH SAL-
ARY aud increasu in your investment, and
willing to work In San Francisco or interior
towns, call at 921 Monadnock bldg.
RESTAURANT— CIears $1,000 ptr month; price
only $3,000. part cash taken; trial. COM-
MERCIAL BROKERAGE CO.. 10 3d st.
SALOONS— AII over the city; one that is sub-
let so that rent 'is free; bargain. COMMER-
CIAL BROKERAGE CO.. 10 3d st.
HOTELS and rooming houses; 6ome of the few
honestly filled, genuinely paying places. COM-
MERCIAL BROKERAGE CO.. 10 3d st.
CANDY STORE— The best location In the city;
Missouri folks v»'ill appreciate this place; good
business; low price: 10 3d st., room 34.
MINT CO., Business Brokers. 0 sth nr. Market.
NO CHARGE FOR LISTING A BUSINESS.
GROCERY, liquor, fruit, vegetables; good loca-
.tion; south of Market; rent $20 mo.; cut price;
roust sell, party sick; make offer. MINT CO.,
6 sth st.
BEST 10 room flat in city; walking distance
business center; parties going east; must sell;
clears $55 mo.; price $000. MINT CO., 6 sth.
CANDY, Ice cream parlor; rent $22.50; 3 rooms,
kitchen; fine location; receipts $15 day; price
$350. 6 sth e». .
ROOMING HOUSE to exchange; splendid, large
house. sfl rooms; in best location; clearing up
to $300 month; always full; will exchange for
country land up to $3,500 or $i,000; this is
good.
Cigar store, clears $100; snap at $330
Cigar store, average $14 $430
Restaurant, dandy for couple; only $350
Restaurant, paying big; genuine snap $750
What have yon to exchange?
J. HAY SMITH CO.,
872 Broadway, Oakland.
I AM a young man of 32 years, from one of the
best families of New York, have had a con-
siderable world experience and have held nu-
merous Important positions; I desire to go to
* ranching in- California and desire to associate
myself with some good person, man or woman,
who has some money; } will do the work and
furnish some cash; I am in earnest and do not
wish to waste time with trlflers. Bos 4374,
Call office, Oakland.
$2,000; 20 years established — Hay, grain, wood
and coal; also express business; average
monthly receipts on coal business, $1,000;
average monthly receipts on express, $125.
Fully equipped in every detail, including 4
horses, 5 wagons, stock of hay, grain, wood
and coal. All Is Included In . above price.
This is a snap for the right party. WENT-
WORTH & CO., 1503 Grove st. cor. San Pablo
ay. and 20th St.. Oakland.
DENTAL office for sale; 2 Columbia chairs,
dental engines, lathe, fully equipped, first
class, good location, long lease; for quick sale,
.Vie ou dollar. Address W. R. J., ClB X st.,
Sacramento, Cal.
FOR SALE,
Lease for 3 years; choice location; annual
sales $40,000; dry goods, ladles' and gents'
furnishings; if sold in July discount stock.
Address box 393, Chlco, Cal.
WANTED— Partner In grocery and liquor store;
$1,500. $600 cash, balance terms, taken out of
business; help needed more than money. Box
1221, Call_pfflce.
WANTED— Man with from $1,000 to $3,000 to
Invest in old established mercantile corpora-
tion, to take active part. Address box 4372,
Call office. Oakland.
GROCERY, butcher shop and vegetable stand;
peod corner: will sell or exchange for prop-
erty; Investigate this. Box 395, Call branch,
1108 Valencia st.
FOR sale — A first class np to date meat mar-
. ket In a prosperous country town.. For fur-
ther particulars address box 1009, Call office.
RESTAURANT doing good business for sale,
cheap; 2V» years' lease; cash $800; nee owner
at place. Address box 1008, Call office.
HARDWARE STORE, DESIRABLE LOCATION:
NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED; STOCK
$4,000; GOOD REASONS. BOX 1011. CALL.
$100 will buy half interest in high class busl- 1 *
ness earning over $200 monthly; must be good
salesman. 10 Cd st., rooms 34-35.
MAN for position of trust; security required; $50
month and meals. 10 3d st., rooms 34-33.
SALESMAN, business chances; partnership or
commission. 10 3d St., rooms 31-:»3.
FOR sale, cheap — First class transient 15 room
rooming bouse; clearing good money; sickness
cause of selling; worth investigating; no
triflers. 1534 Stelner st. .
RESTAURANT — Home cooking: 1 block from car
b»rn; doing good business; will stand strictest
investigation; look this up, it's a snap. Box
4373, Call office, Oakland.-' r
FOR sale — $30 down will buy a good restaurant,
also a candy store for $200. J. ANDERSON,
Elmhurst. __
WANTED— Partner to buy In on control side,
- help finance and operate Colorado mine, excep-
tlonal value.. A. C. FREESE, 1309 Guerrero Et.
CALL route, good growing territory In best "part,
of residence district. See owner, 458 44th st.,
Oakland, before 9 a. m. or after-7 p. m." v .. c
REDWOOD Etables for sale; In Mill Valley;
stock first class; doing good business.
FOR sale— Dairy, 70_ head Seattle, horses, hay,
/arming implements. 813 60th St., Oakland.
FOR *a!e — Redwood stables, Mill Valley,' at a
bargain. .
RESTAURANTS, from $173 to $3,000; good list
.of places. Room 41S, S3O Market st. :
THE FILLMORE BRANCH 0£! THE CALL IS
AT, 1651 FILLMOBE ST. , - - . ,
THE SA^T FBAX CISCO GALL, SATURDAY; JUNE 18; 1910.
EDUCATIONAL /
HEALD'S ENGINEERING— DAY AND NIGHT;
CIVIL, MINING. ELECTRICAL. ARCHITEC-
TURE. ASSAYING. 425 MCALLISTER ST.
A — The Lyceum, 2590 Pine St., prepares for uni-
versity or any exs.; individual instruction;, re-
ducfd tuition, within reach of all.
ENGINEERING— CiviI, electrical, mining, mech.,
survey, assay, cyanide; day, eve. : est. 1864.
Van der Naillen School, 51st and Teh, Oakland.
KENT Law School, eighteenth year; day and
evening. 91G Phelan bldg., 202S Green st. near
Buchanan. \u25a0 . .. \u25a0-\u0084-. . < '
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES. 2531
Washington st. near Fillmore— Send for cir-
cular. •
SPANISH. French. Italian taught in 'conversa-
tion. PROF. HIDALGO, rm. 509. S3O Market.
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY, 2142 Shattuck at.,
Berkeley. Cal., next to First national bank.
Prof. T. A. Robinson, Individ, lnst. Math., Book-
keeping. Eng.. etc.: day, eve. r,07 Haight st.
/_/ _ BUSINESS COLLEGES
HEALD'S BUS. COLLEGE— SHORTHAND, TYP-
ING. F.NG. BRANCHES. 425 MCALLISTER.
A— METROPOLITAN BUSINESS COLLEGE, 1490
MARKET ST.; PHONE PARK 442 G.
MERRILL-MILLER COLLEGE. 733 Fillmore St.;
a select school of business; day and evening.
SAN FRANCISCO Business College. 90S Market
st. at Eddy; day and evening sessions.
ALL court reporters recommend Gallagher-Marsh
Business College. 12.~0 Market st.
JOHN R. RUCKSTELL. C. P. A., 306-308 Claus
Spreckels (Call) building: phone Kearny 41.'1.
UNDER McEnerney act, complete, $35. TITLE
CO.. 951-3 Monadnock hid.. Market st. nr. 3d.
ATTORNEYS .
ADVICE FREE: no -'charge unless successful;
all cases; all business quickly and quietly at-
tended to; bankruptcy; McEnerney suits; cor-
porations; general practice; open every even-
ing. 1028 Market St.. room 12.
ALL cases not contested complete for $20; sure,
quiet. 1112 Market st.. room 122.
HARRIS & HESS, attys. at law. W. T. Hess,
Notary Public. Rooms 110S-14. Call bldg.
PATENT ATTORNEYS
DEWEY, STRONG & CO.— Founded 1S60: U. 'S.
and foreign patents; Inventors' guide: 100 me-
chanical movements free. 1105 Merchants'
Exchange bldg.. San Francisco.
HARRY C. SCHROEDER, U. S. and foreign pat-
ents. 417 Ist Natl. Bk.. Oak. Phone Oak. 2754.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH— "THIS ONE , THING I
do." Dr. C. E. WILSON. 323 Geary; suite 605.
DR. IRA G. LEEK— AII kinds of dental work.
51S Fillmore st.. near Oak. • \u25a0 \u25a0
ATTENTION, Ladies— Dß. LEWIS, «33 Market
st. bet. sth and Oth. 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; Lave no hesitancy If in
need of my services; absolutely harmless; low
fees. By consulting an eminent specialist you
save time and money. Advice free. 10 a. m.
to 4 p. m. and 6 to 9 p. m.; Sundays, 11
a. in. to 2 p. ru. -
DR. of Obstetrics. Mary Adam; reliable special-
ist; cures all women's complaints successfully;
home for confinement; adoption; h., 1-5 p. m.
3004 Fruitvale ay.. Oakland: tel. Merrltt 1993.
PHYSICIANS
k— DR. ALICE BELL. .
REGULAR GRADUATE PHYSICIAN.
All women's ailments treated by methods most
skillful and painless known. Everything tised
carefully sterilized, which Insures absolute* safe-
ty. Patients may remain with me or return home
immediately without Interfering with their regu-
lar. duties. Charges reasonable. Positively guar-
antees satisfactory results. Call and have a con-
fidential talk WITHOUT COST. Hours 10 to 9;
Sundays 10 to 2. l-*&5 GOLDEN GATE AY. COR-
NER FILLMORE. '\u25a0\u25a0.'.
A— DR. BRINK,
Specialist for all women's ailments.
Skill, success and equipments unsurpassed;
15 years' experience; most perfect methods
known to science; confinements, low fees; hon-
est treatment; consultation 'free; confidential.
517 23d st. near Telegraph ay., Oakland.
DISEASES and enlargement of prostate glands,
rheumatism, sciatica, varicose velus, etc.,
treated with quick results: no drugs. L. F.
STERNEMANN. M.-T.D.. 51S Jones st.. Oak-
land: phone Oak. 4767. Hrs.. 10-3 and 7-S p. m.
DR. WONG HIM. . ~~ :, -• \u25a0 -
HERB DOCTOR. Permanently located. ;
12ns O'Farrell St.. bet. Gongh and Octavla. - '
PSYCHIC HEALING
ARE YOU SICK?
DR. DEL MARTIN is known as the most mar-
velous psychic, magnetic healer of the age, and
is recognized by the press, medical faculties aud
scientists of two continents as the absolute
master of psychic forces. "
CRIPPLES THROW AWAY
their crutches and men and women who have
suffered for years go out into the world w^ll
and happy after a touch of this mighty man. .
ARE YOU SICK? Does your doctor know
what ails you? Can he cure you? If not, come
and see what nature's dtoctor can do for you.
His motto is, *'No cure, no pay." All chronic
and long standing diseases cured without the
use of knife- or medicine. Consultation free.
Hours — 10 to S. Sundays, 1 to 0.
DR. DEL MAUTIN PSYCHIC INSTITUTE, ,
813 12th st., Oakland.
f^^^J? O J!^^ .
PRIVATE honie for confinement; $20 per week;
resident physician and trained nurse. 450
• 38th St., Oakland. .-
HOME for confinement; attendance $20. 1548
Stelner st. near Geary. Hours 12-1:30. 6-7 p.m.
S. F. LYING IN HOME. 1191 Oak St.— Adoption.
Disease women and children: conftnempnt $25.
POPULAR REMEDIES '
RICORD CELEBRATED PREPARATIONS for
men's private diseases. Sold only by E. B.
JORGENSON, 644 Kearny St.. San Francisco.
Mall orders a specialty. Send for circular.
ST. MARGARET'S maternity home; confinement
specialty; adoption: special treatment for all
female troubles. 171 East 14th St., Oakland.
LOMITA PARK — Women's and children's hospi-
tal. DR. JUILLY. Confinement; adoption.
San Bruno P. O. -•\u25a0\u25a0".-\u25a0
LARGEST stock of trusses and elastic 'goods In
the city. Ciark-Gandlon Co.. 1108 Market st.
HEALTH MOVEMENT
"VlAvi ; SCIENCE »OF HEALTH," natural non-
eurglcal; cloth Bound, 400 page book free.
Apply by mall, 636 Pine st. Lecture for
women Thursday at 2:30 p. m. '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0: -
RUPTURE CURED '
""DR." PIERCES ELECTRIC TRUSS"; wonder-
ful Invention; 35 years in use. Address PIERCE
& SOX. 1417 Chestnut St.. Alameda.
RECTAL- DISEASES
Piles absolutely cured without knifo or hindrance
from labor; many cured on this coast. Thos.
J. Klsner. M. P.. 1031 Flllmore. nr. McAllister.
CHIROPRACTIC >
DR. E. L. LICUTY, CO4 Pacific bldg., S.F.;
hours 1-5. 7-8 p. m. "T. Doug. 4242: con, free.
CATAmtHjANj^D^A^
ALSO ear noises positively cured; oue week free '
DR./COTTINGHAM. 830 Market St.: hrs. 10-4]
INVALID CHAIRS
SOLD,' rented, exchanged; manufacturer, of Eames
tricycle chair. 1714 Market. Tel. < Park \u25a0 2940.
INFORMATION WANTED
WHEREABOUTS wanted of Morris' Greef, for-
merly 10 Hamilton St., San Bruno road. Com-
municate with B. GREEF, 20 East Weber a y.,
Stockton.*
CHARLES DENNIS— Write -1519 Commerce to
JOHN DENNIS. - Tacoma.-.Wash."' '. . -;
: B V\ PETRSONALS *?-?\u25a0
A— WIGS and TOUPEES that 'defyTdetectlon;
ventilated; perspiration doesn't- affect" them;
wig making a life study ; m < men's private : wig
department, 2271 Cal. St. near Webster.' Mr. G
\u25a0 Lederer in charge." LADIES" nAIR GOODS—
Transformation, ? switches/ puffs, artistic wig
making, shampooing. ' G: LEDERER,? 1809
Fillmore st. near Sutter.' Established 1566. ; -
MAGNETIC physical healing; a .-, vital , science.
• MRS. HOLSHOUSEB, o 351 Pacific f building ;
hours 10-9; greatest magnetic r operator; spine,
nerve and poor circulation;. all ills.
MME. FRANCINE; -European -most?: scientific.
-.-.•deep wrinkle" treatment.^ 52O^ltitU st. corner
Grove. Oakland. Get a : chin "strap. ; Puone
'- : -v0ak ..7511;;. ,;'-'."-••->«,•.\u25a0:-\u25a0-\u25a0.-.. :-y j .',;. rf -,v-- : _ •
RHEUMATISM ctrred— Eloctro Thermal'lnstltute,
Hrs. Wood, manager, Ul2 Ellis St., apt. 5.
HUSINESS PERSONALS— Continued :
1210 MCALLISTER ST. NEAR FILLMORE
Sulphur steam cabinet baths; electric blanket
sweats; vibratory and light rays; great relief
for rheumatism, colds, etc. : .. \u25a0 ;.
UNCALLED for suits, overcoats and trousers at
less than cost at CHAS. LYONS'.* the London
Tailor, 1432 Fillmore, bet Ellis: and O'Farrell.
MOORE™lnstitute, 1794 Post— Magnetic massage
for that gone, tired feeling, rheumatism; grad-
uate student." . ' - . • _
ELECTRIC vibratory massage! salt glow. MRS.
\u25a0> CORTEZ, 943 Van Ness ay. cor O'Farrell,
'- .307-0. ' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 .-\u25a0•-- \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0':"-:'\u25a0.\u25a0:\u25a0:\u25a0 : ;--.-' .-;-' -;;.- ..
FRANKLIN \ Electric Institute — Elec. treatments
and massage. 535-7 Whitney bldg., 133 Geary.
MRS. C. ROSE, Mgr.; hrs. 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
GOLDSTEIN CO.. theatrical and masquerade cos-
. turners; country orders specialty." BS3 Market
HOT salt baths (medical) ; massage for both
sexes. 52C. Oth st.. Oakland.
MATRIMONIAL
LONELY German (widower) with some means
wishes .to meet elderly lady with some-means;
object matrimony. Address bos 1207, Call.
, ELITE matrimonial ' bureau for lonely - people ;
circular 10c. 954 Broadway. Oakland. \u25a0
SPIRITUALISM V
AA— MRS. J., J. WHITNEY, trance medium;
consultation $1, at her home, 1164 O'Farrell;
by letter, 4 questions, $1; phone Franklin 5024.
LOTTIE BUSWELL— Spiritual readings; lessons
daily; circles every night. 1359 Webster \nr.
O'Furrell. \u25a0 '\u25a0 '
AA— Mrs. L. H. Klnnalrd, ord.; con. daily. 10-4;
cir. Sun., Mon., Wed., Frl., 8. 1439 Fillmore.
MISS M. WILLE, medium, crystal seeress, can
be consulted on all matters. 1615 Fillmore st.
MRS. S. SEAL, spirit mm.; consultation dally;
officiates marriages, funerals. 7SC> McAllister.
CLAIRVOYANTS
MADAME CARLTON— At a glance, before you
have a chance to utter one word, this wonder-
ful woman tells you of your troubles and helps
you to success; sweethearts quickly united;
readings 50c this week; 10 a. in. to S p. m.
' 1124 Eddyst. ' - - . ( . , .
PROF. MASTERS, world's greatest clairvoyant;
special readings 'soc; for readings by mall send
$1-. 1437 Fillmore st. - . .-.
Mme. Starr of Oakland, at Hotel Carling, S. F.,
1154 Mkt., r. 3; truth or no pay; 10 to 9 p.m.
MME. 'LEONID*, honest readings; hrs. 10 a. m.
to 8 p. m. Sun, appointments. Sl4 McAllister."
PALMISTRY '-.-„!.-
CHRISTIAN, the . only scientist: palmist and
phrenologist in America; astrology, mental and
occult science: 9 to 6 daily; Sundays and even-
iuga by appointment. 1112 Market st. cor. Mc-
Allister, room 118; no sign.
"REV. MME. BUSHNELL. formerly 919 Jones, now"
209 Kearny: 9 to 5. ex. Sun.: tel. Douglas 3H70.
\u25a0 IXyESTMEXTS " - _ _''_ __ ._"\u25a0__
STOCK BARGAINS FOR SALE, SUBJECT:
1,000 shares Carbo Oil Co Bargain
3,000 shares Marlcopa -National OU Co.. Cheap
3,000 Alaska Coal & Petroleum Co @~ .18
1,000 Ventura Oil Development Co Cheap
750 shares Yellowstone Oil Co..'. .. Offer
1,000 Boston Tonopah Mining Co. Bid
900 shares Lady Washington Oil [email protected] .12
1,000 B. AT & T. Oil Co Wanted
1,000 United Oil C 0..: % .85
2,916 Templor Ranch Oil C 0..... @ .19
275 California Pressed Brick Co '. @ .18
100 shares Jewell O^l Co Cheap
' 200 shares Mascot Copper Co.. Bargain
«50 shares Pyramid Oil Co @ .49
500 shares Alleghany Mining Co fte .15
500 Burlingame Tel. Typewriter [email protected] .40
COOCoalinga National Oil C 0... (S .50
000 Coaftnga Crude Oil C 0..:. ....... @ .15
500 M. T. \u25a0& N. Oil C 0.... Offer
GLn Zaeualpa Rubber Co. (1900) . . .<3SISO.OQ
IV M. HARRIS & CO.. BROKERS,
751-753 Phelan Bldg., San Francisco. Cal.
~ E. F. WAYLAND & CO., Brokers,
476 Monadnock-buikling, San Francisco, Cal.
STOCKS OFFERED FOR QUICK SALE.
3,000 Alaska Petroleum & Coal [email protected] .18
3,000 shares Four Metals (San Jose)[email protected] .00
1,000 New York-Coalinga Oil ..<"«) .22
\u25a01.000 shares La Blanc Oil Co (t£ .29
1,000 Maricopa National Petroleum... .(iti \u25a0 .57
1,000 shares Puritan Oil Co [email protected] .17
1,000 shares Coalinga Crude Oil Co <ii> .18
1,000 shares Templor Ranch Oil ..(Wanted)
fiOO Coallnga National Petroleum @ .48
500 shares Hale-McLeod Oil Co (gi - .83
,"00 shares Jewell Oil Co. @^ \u25a0 .22
200 California Pressed Brick Co <?j . .15
100 shares Mascot Copper Co [email protected] 4.80
200 shares Pacittc Slope Securities..® 1-30
25 shares Western Pacific Ry (eg 24.00
MINES AND MINING
GOLD, amalgam, rich ore bought; cash; assaying
r>Oc. PIONEER ASSAY CO., 131 sth st. near
Howard. \u25a0-..•-. \u25a0
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 building. Oakland.
WILL exchange good lot for block Moccasin Con-
solidated stock. Box 12C9, Call office.
"ABBOTT buys BONDS" :)also CAL. SAFE DEP.
accounts: money loaned. C 36 Market st.
MONEY TO .^OAX^^^^^
TmsTs~ouß ; business^
SALARY LOANS, $10 to $100, advanced to
honest employes "without security." No in-
dorser; no publicity; your friends, relatives or
employer will "never know.
ALL*WE WANT IS YOUR PLAIN NOTE.
GREAT NORTHERN LOAN CO.. 016 Phelan
bldg., 6th floor. Office open until 0 p. m. Mon-
day and Saturday - evenings until 8 p. .m.
HAVE YOU permanent employment? If so, and
you need a LOAN you can get it at reasonable
rates, without lndorser and without any pub-
licity, from THE RICHMOND INVESTMENT
CO.. 433 PHELAN BIDG.. PHONI2 DOUCLAS
3244, to be repaid in SMALL installments. SUE
US if you want money. You don't have to do
business if terms are not ENTIRELY satisfac-
tory. NOTE THIS. :
AAA^-HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY ' - '
WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FURNITURE,
PIANOS, ETC.; $10 to $200; LOW COST; CON-
FIDENTIAL; HONEST AND SQUARE \u25a0 DEAL.
CALL, WRITE OR I'HONK
357-9 PACIFIC BLDG., 4TH AND MARKET.
PHONES DOUGLAS 32G5— HOME J1741. ¥
Oakland Office— slB First National Bank bMg.
SALARY LOANS^-SALARi: LOANS.
SALARY LOANS— SALARY LOANS.
Just On Your Plain Note.
No lndorser; no security; cheapest rates. Posi-
tively no one will know.
\ WESTERN LOAN CO., 408 Call bldg. Office
open till 6 p. m. Monday and Saturday until 8.
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos and other &c- j
curity; lowest rates; moat favorable terma in
the city; see. others, then see me un'd be con- '
vinced; I will save you money; $2.25 weekly
repays $50 loan. Phone Market 3029. GEORGB
W. MILLER, 3009 16tb St., southwest corner
Mission, room 35. . \u25a0 ,
WE LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLK WHO HAVB
PERMANENT" EMPLOYMENT; no indonser;
confidential; no red tape methods; $1 week
pays $15 loan, $2 week pays $30 Joun, $3
week pays $45* loan, $4 • week pays $60 loan.
Call and see us. THE ROYAL INVEST-
MENT COMPANY, 750 Phelan bldg.
MONEY loaned " salaried people, women keeping
. house and others upon their own names with-
out security; easy payments; save mouey by
trading here. Offices in 65 principal cities.
'XOLMAN.' Room 949, Phelan bldg., San E'ran-
Cisco, and Room 9, 460 13th St.. Oakland.
FIMtNITURE— ~~ '. ~ ~~T~
LIFE INSURANCE— \u25a0 iv^.; '
\u25a0 . . T SALARIES—
Wage Earners' Investment and Loan Company,
;•.-.-- 443 Pine st.
\ BALDWIN JEWELRY CO., -\u25a0- -
Gold and Silver Smiths, t
29-33 Kearny st. - v
LOAN DEPARTMENT. : '/';
AAA — SALARIED men and women accommodated
without delay: or publicity. Home Credit and
.; Investment Co., 321 Phelan bldg., third floor.
SALARY LOANS— Ladles and gentlemen without
.security; 'notes and commercial paper bought.
313 Merchants' Ex. bldg. ; phone Douglas 1411.
AAA— Wage", earners, ; either men or woman, can
make a loan In strictest confidence at- the Em-
.; ployes' . Credit Co., room 424, Monadnock bldg.
MON^Y to loan on. Oakland, Berkeley," Alameda
• • and'' Frultvale real estate at 6 to 7 per cent.
GEO. ' W. AUSTIN, 1018 \u25a0 Broadway, Oakland.
A— A— GOLDEN STATE LOAN OFFICE,' 47 3d
"st.; .liberal : loans; ; lowest : rates; 'Strictly rel.
BORROW money at 2 pet.i on diamonds and Jew-
elry.^ GAKIN LOAN CO., IUS Market opp. 7th.
ON furniture and- pianos; no - removal. TBE-
MAIN, room 811. 533 Market, next Emporium.
SALARY 1 loans; other propositions. San Fran-
t.-y Cisco Discount Agency. 4U \u25a0 Pacific building. -
ON furniture, pianos or any security. BECKER,
Monadnock building, 681 Market St., room 297.
CASH loaned t»- salaried men on note without In-
dorser. - MORRELL. 1022 Monndnock building.
money;to loan— real, estate
ANY amount; : lowest: rates ; on first and second
- mortgages on real .estate,.; legacies, undivided
;'"\u25a0 Interest, estates in probate; -no delay.- R." Me-
I COLGAN, rooms 502 and . 604. Claus Spreckels
(Call). building. Market and 3d stB. : ;; „: -^
FIRST mortgage loans at O l^ per cent; 2d mort-
gages, estates, legacies and undivided Interests
at lowest . rates ; < no ; delays.- HERMAN MUR-
. > PHY.nSO Sntter st., rooms 301-302.^ L
ANY, amount on real estate, first or second mort-
; gages.on any: security;; no delay; lowest rates.
0.. W. BECKER. Monadnock. bldg., 681 Market.
FIRST and- second mortgage. "real estate.. stocks
; v and I bonds, i,- M. j B. v : LICHTENSTEIN & SONS
y. CO.,v 39 .Montgomery et.;: :•\u25a0..;•/ .. ;'
HARVEY ."A '\u25a0PBESTOX, 127 Montgomery st.Vrm.*
2U3— lst and '.Id mortgage, any ara't., i sii.pct«
\u25a0r'.\<- '•\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0- MONEY WANTED '\u25a0' \u25a0-\u25a0"*-'
$20,000 at 6 per cent Int. on Claremont Improved
propprtie's. 2462 Prince -st.. Berkeley.
CITY REAL ESTATE
V RICHMOND HEIGHTS.: -
9th, lOtii and 11th "avenues, A and B streets.
This beautiful tract, «with a grand marine
and scenic view and within 2 blocks of Golden
Gate park. Is being rapidly built up with high
class resldencf'S. The tract has been highly
• improved and skillfully, subdivided.
. ; The large lots \u2666 and wise restrictions add
beauty and charm to the tract and Insure
plenty of pure air and sunshine ou all. sides.
The Eddy or McAllister st. cars are within
2 blocks.
Our, business is' to -satisfy tpe home buyers.
We hare in course of construction over 23
residences, all different — 5. 0, 7, 8 and 9
rooms. Our designs are all new and attractive
and our pretty, interiors are original and ar-
tistic. \u25a0 . _-\u25a0 . ... ,
.',: EASY TERMS.
Salesman on the ground every day.
URBAN REALTY IMPROVEMENT CO.,
JOSEPH A. LEONARD MANAGER,
' 903. PHELAN BUILDING.
$50. DOWN, $20 month, without interest: new.
neat. 2 room cottage, plastered and wainscoted,
.; including 25x100 ft. lot, on - car line; $1,123:
half block from car line. $975; 1 block, $925: 2
blocks, $775; a 50 foot lot If you want it, also
more rooms; 5c fare, owl cars; McEnerney
title; 35 minutes .to 3d and Mission sts.; take
car marked Ocean View on Guerrero st. to
Lakevlew ay. -RIVERS BROS.. 461 Montgom-
ery st.
FOR sale— Something new in flats; new designs,
•new style on finish; separate entrances; finest
location in Western addition; overlooking rec-
reation grounds in G. G. park ; 7th ay. and H
st. See E. B. HALLETT, on premises.
SNAP — For sale, new, 4- room cottage, hot and
cold water, large lot (33x110) for the sum .of
$1,000, $200 down, bal. $20 month; 3/ story
' house; 2 stories finished, of 7- rooms, hoT'and
' cold water and sewer connected, for sum of
$2,500; $500 down, bal. $25 month. Address
box 1264, Call office.
$50 down, $20 month without \u25a0 Interest: 5 room,
. shingled cottage, with porch; half block from
car line; $S5O, Including 23x100 foot lot; 5c
fare, owl cars; 35 minutes to 3d. and Mission
I sts.; McEnerney title; take car marked Ocean
View. In Guerrero st., to Lakevlew ay.
RIVERS BROS.. 461 Montgomery st.
SNAPS. RICHMOND. -/SNAPS.
/ Half a block from cars: marine view; street
work done; ready for building; prices the lowest
In the vicinity: easy terms. BOARDMAN
BROTHERS & CO., 508 California st.
$575— SUNSET LOTS— SIO MONTH. I --v.
COME out to Branch Office, open dally; take
Ellis st. (Ocean) cars to 39tl ay. and H st.
THE MCCARTHY CO.. ISI Sutfer st.
FOR sale — (! new modern apartment flats; In-
come $2,580 a year; will exchange for nonln-
come property or any terms to suit. Apply
454 Duboce ay. - 7
$11.000 — 50x100; Larkin st. near California. C.
W. MOORES, 107 Montgmery st.
McENERNEY SUITS AT $35. v
LAWYERS' TITLE INVESTMENT CO..
208 Balboa building.
MARKET AND 2D STS.
SPECIAL REDUCED 6 DAY. SALE OF THOSE
MODERN 6 ROOM HOMES. 12TH AY.
ABOVE J ST., SUNSET.
"~ NO MONEY REQUIRED.
I will build your- home if your lot is part paid
for; hours 12 to 2. Room 218, 660 Market St.
$3.750 J -2 flats, 5 rooms each, modern; 180 Doug-
lass st. near 18th; lot 25x70: terms $400 down,
$40 month. Owner M. SCHWARTZ, upper flat.
FOR sale or trade — Good business corner store,
basement find 2 flats in Mission; lot 25x73.
Box 399. Call branch, 1108 Valencia st.
THE new Hlcks-Judd Block Book is on sale now.
51 Ist st. " _ .
$375 — Lot in north side Felton St., 90 feet west
of Amberst, 30x100. near Silver ay. Apply
32578 17th st. .. \u25a0\u25a0
THE new Block Book is ready. The HICKS-
JUDD CO., 51 Ist at. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.
$77f — Oceanshle lot; 23x120; bargain; $400 down,
balance $20 per month.. Box 1212. Call office.
BUY your new San Francisco Block Book now.
The HICKS-JUDD CO., 51 Ist 6t.~ _^
HAVE Standard Title Insurance Company. Mills
bldg.. Insure your title: save time and money.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE
RICHEST SOIL ON EARTH
ON OUR ROBERTS ISLAND TRACT
SAFEST. MOST PROFITABLE INVESTMENT.
SMALL TRACTS— LONG TIME. •
SAFE FROM OVERFLOW.
PERFECT DRAINAGE SYSTEM.
FREE IRRIGATION.
NEAR SAN FRANCISCO.
ONK AND A HALF MILES R. R. STATION.
STEAMER LANDING ON THE TRACT.
THIS PEAT LAND PRODUCES:
Onions— s4oo to $1,000 per acre.
Asparagus — $300 to $1,500 per acre.
\u25a0 Potatoes — 100 to 200 sacks per acre.
'.Beans— 2s to 40 sacks, per acre.
Barley — 30 to 50 sacks per acre.
- PRICE ONLY $150 PER ACRE.
$25 PER A. CASH. $25 PER A. YEARLY.
' A crop of 100 to 200 sacks of potatoes can be
liar vest oil In 90 days from day of purchase.
Late cabbages will pay even more. Can furnish
; tenants to the first . few customers. Your land-
lord's share will more than meet all payments
an^ in a few years at most your tract will be
wr>rth at least $300 per acre; your cash invest-
ment being only $25 per acre.
Let us explain, show photos, samples of soil,
letters and our representative will call on re-
quest. Telephone Kearny 2367, Home C 6767.
A. E. PATTEN LAND COMPANY,
COl First National Bank Building.
I SAVE the last and best pieces of properties
for subdivision just inside the city limits of
. Oakland and near San Leandro. . .
The Foothill boulevard runs through the
property, which Is also bounded by Stanley
road. Other properties also in the boulevard
for $SOO per acre. '
This consists of the best soil In the world,
'and anything will grow that you, plant, as you
will. see when you investigate for. yourself.
- Gas and electricity pass the property. This Is
-the last property to be had for these prices.
Also bounded. by East 14th st.
Will put up a bond that you can not get any
: other property at these prices between Oak-
land and Hayward. Address
GEO. H. VOSE,
620 First National Bank bldg.. Oakland. Cal.,
. or my residence, San Lorenzo, Cal.
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" .100 CHANCES— IOO PEOPLB \u25a0"' -. •
A\u25a0• \ . '
SECURE A
HOMESTEAD ~
While on your vacation trip and make money.
100 Choice Quarter Sections of Open
GOVERNMENT LAND.
\u25a0- A
Full Information, maps, etc., for a email fee.
75 Homesteads and 25 Timber Claims In Men-
docino county. Best bunting and fishing in the
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.
WALNUT CREEK tracts from 1 acre up, on the
banks of San ' Miguel reservoir, already In al-
: f alfa. producing i 5 \u25a0 crops I per ; season, which
pay $40 per acre per year; is now planted in
walnuts; will'" be cared \u25a0__ for I for. 5 years and
. turned over to purchaser as a perpetual income
property, at which time the walnut grove will
- be worth $2,000 per . acre. ' This land has been
I experted by Profs. Hllgard and Lougbridge of
; State University; of California, whose report
\u25a0 shows a perfect soil for walnut culture; on the
''j Oakland and \u25a0 Ant loch electric . railroad, which
is now under construction ; will be only 35 min-
utes from Oakland; in one of California's most
'A . delightful \u25a0 climates ; on ; very easy terms ; \ one-
fifth cash,' balance 5 years to suit purchaser.
For particulars apply: 9o3. First National Bank
1. building, San Francisco. ... \u25a0-— _\ ; -~. .
FINEST IRRIGATED TRACTS in Sacramento
• valley: level: very rich sublrrlgatlng sediment
soil 12 FEET DEEP; no overflow, no alkali,
. " no . bardpan ; | Irrigation delivered free
;to every. 10 acres; finest advantages regarding
'schools, - markets, i- creameries, i canneries, | etc. ;
' unexcelled < for vegetables, • alfalfa and fruits ;
your ' choice - for $100 per.' acre; fourth down,
balance to : suit; price Includes • water, - of
course. -LOCATE W r HERE THE LAND PAYS
ITS OWN WAY AND YOURS. TOO.
Details at HOME SEEKERS' INFORMATION
r : BUREAU. INC.. 944-046 Monadnock, bid.. S. F.
~~T. MERCED COLONY •••.'.- --.•.".•, '-."-
Joining the city limits of Merced. Irrigated al-
falfa, corn and fruit * land ; 10 and 1 20 acre
tracts: $75 to $150 per acre: 2,500 acres sold
6ince last December. Call or eend for, litera-
ture. -'\u25a0 ' ' \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 - \u25a0'-\u25a0.\u25a0--..:-• :i',',- \u25a0..
CO-OPERATIVE LAND & TRUST CO.,
' 593 Market .St., San Francisco,
v 540 -. Canal ; st.T.-s Merced. • .- . . . \u25a0 \u25a0
ALFALFA — General 'and * large ; ranches ' our spe-
claltv; -prices- always ; right. ' See us, for we
>vi are experts. GEO. H. : MUIIDOCK & SON, 91
-- - Bacon building,; Oakland, s », : - \u25a0 * ".
COU NT RY : borne," Sonoma \u25a0 county ; 8 rooms,' f ur-
-rnlshed: 2 miles from station; $7,ooo;' rent $200.
F..T. BROLETTE,: Berkeley, Cal.
COUNTRY BEAIi ATE— -Cont inae d
DON'T FAIL TO SEE
• PATTERSON IRRIGATED^ FARMS
FOR DEEPEST SOIL AND MOST WATER.
Deep soil and unlimited- water Is the slogan of
the Patterson Irrigated Farms. Patterson is
100 miles from San Francisco, In Stanislaus
«°unty, on the Southern Pacific Railway's
main line. If is the garden si>ot of the Qan
Joaquln valley. .
EVERYTHING -GROWS THERE
AND GROWS BETTER-
It Is the old Rancho del Puerto, commonly
k P°_Jfu as the Patterson ranch, and comprises
18.000 acres that have made the Patterson
family wealthy. Wherever me San- Joaquln
valley land Is discussed the Patterson ranch Is
spoken of as the cream of the solL
ENDLESS WATER FROM A PLANT. BRAND
NEW. THAT COST $250,000 AND
IS ALL PAID FOR.
10 ACRES OR MORE OF THE BEST
ALFALFA AND DAIRY LANDS WITH
WATER STOCK.,
$150 AN ACRE ON
5 YEARS' TIME.
SUNDAY SPECIAL EXCURSION.
Small parties through the week * Come In
, and arrange to go. Office open next Saturday
night till 9 o'clock. Come in tor booklet, and
if you can't ccme in
MAIL THIS COUPON.
ROGERS & STONE,
457 Market St., San Francisco:
Please send particulars Patterson
Irrigated Farms and Excursions. " •
NAME.
ADDRESS
1,200 acres; only 30 miles from Sacramento and
1 mile from a station, with 10 trains dally;
flowing wells on the adjoining nneh; splen-
did chance to subdivide into small chicken or
fruit ranches and make big money.
Price only $13 per acre: one-half cash and
easy terms on balance.
H. R. ROBINSON. 270 Bacon block. Oakland.
105 ACRES alfalfa land, under Irrigation; ditch;
Stanislaus county; will subdivide; easy terms;
V* mile from Southern Pacific station: 2 pas-
senger trains ana S motor cars 'daily from
Stockton to Oakdale ami return, stops at this
station; price $65 per acre. C. J. TALLON,
C 25 Market st,
CHICKEN RANCH FOR RENT.
$25 per month: 6 acres fine soil; good build-
ings; yarded; fruits and berries; 1 mile from
town.
C. R. WINFIELD. Petalnma. Cal.
$395 for 5 acre komes in Alameda county; $25
down. $10 monthly.
PROGRESSIVE REALTY CO.. ISO Sntter st.
FOR farms, stock ranches and timber lands see
McFAUL $c EDWARDS. 257 California st.
WEKTWORTH & CO.
Will give you your pick from 50 or more* cottages
and bungalows; prices ranging from $1,800 to
$3,000: monthly payments, including interest,
from $18 to $30; first payment required from
$150 to $250; among these homes are many that
are new and nicely located.
WENTWORTH & CO..
1503 Grove st. cor. 20th and San Pablo. Oakland.
SHINGLED BUNGALOW :
ON FRUITVALE BOULEVARD.
New shingled bungalow of 5 large rooms; mod-
ern in every detail; lot 50x110; only $2,550: $-">OO
down, balance like rent. Situate in Frultvale
boulevard near Leise ay., In a restricted tract.
Owner called east and is compelled to sell. Sun
and light all day. A grand chance to get a
beautiful home for little money. (6fiT>3)
GEO. W. AUSTIN. 1018 Broadway. Oakland.
$250 cash secures new cottage, 5 rooms and bath.
. half block from Key Route and 3 blocks from
2 public schools; bal. of payment at $23 mo.
gross; can sell with furniture If wanted. Ad-
tlresg box 4358. Call office. Oakland.
FOR sale at a sacrifice — 3 room cottage; corner
lot: 100 feet from Tele&raph ay.; near Idora
park; or will exchange for Rogue River valley
land. See owner at 540 Jones st.. Oakland.
I HAVE a nice 3 room cottage, lot 30x125,
street work and sidewalks in. 1 block to cars,
for $1,000 cash, or will build on terms. 1420
Broadway. Oakland. \u25a0
SACRlFlCE— Attractive S room home at 411 E.
21st St.; $4,500. worth $6,000; $1,500 down.
Owner, 1402 6th ay.. Oakland.
MUST be sold — New 6 room bungalow, half block
to station and car line; $300 cash, bal.. like
rent. 614 55th St.. Claremont car.
SACRIFICE— Large business lot, 50x150. in busl-
ness section on Telegraph ay. ; only $50 a front
foot; terms. Owner, 481 29th St., Oaktand.
FINE new 6 room cottage; up to date In every
particular: below cost. 757 56th St.; owner
at 760 56th ,st.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE
GET a home in central Berkeley; $10 down, $10
a month. THOS. N. BADGES, owner, room
17. Bacon block. Oakland. •
JTOmTVA^E^JR^AL JBSTATE
(1.375 — Only $75 cash, balance $30 per month,
buys a 3 room bungalow, lot 75x100. Does not
this beat renting? S. A. PLEAS A NTS, East
14th st. and Leise ay., Fruitvale; phone
Merrltt 21.
;OWNER'S QUICK SALE.
Small house, 4 rooms; large lot; easy terms.
Apply Owner, Alameda County Loan Association.
lfith and Clay sts.. Oakland. \u25a0
FOR sale — By owner, new 5 room cottage;
small amount down. 2208 Peralta ay.. Fruit-
vale. ' - \u25a0 • \u25a0\u25a0 \
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE
5 ROOM, modern bungalow; near car line* bar-
caln; $3.000. terms. 970 Park st.. Alameda.
VALLEY REAL ESTATE
$30 — Lease: 6 r., bath, good basement, in-
closed sun porch; fine upper veranda; large
sleeping porch; Al 'plumbing; electricity;
splendid view; 7 minutes from depot; partly
furnished; well located for winter; Cornelia
ay.. next school; call at house week days.
FISHER,
$23 — 3 r.. bath, electricity, large veranda:
beautiful redwoods ; partly furnished; 5 minutes
from depot. Inquire week days, FISHER.
Cornelia ay., next school.
$10 — Cottage. 1 large room and bath: very
large living -porch: partly furnished. Inquire
week days. FISHER, next school. Cornelia ay.
BURLINGAME REAL ESTATE
BEAUTIFUL HOME SITES.
Visit the beautiful Burllngame hill country, i
the most - beautiful . within reach of the city,
far surpassing the cross bay localities; trans-
fer to the San Mateo electric car at 6th and
Market — you always get a seat — and get off at
EASTON station, or take the Southern Pacific
at Third and Townsend. Here Is the finest sub-
urban home - site on the peninsula, EASTON
ADDITIONS TO BURLINGAME; beantiful
shaded paths, cool on the hottest days; all Im-
provements, cement sidewalks, streets, sewers,
water, light and telephone are Installed; the
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. J. RODGERS. MILLS
BUILDING. SAN FRANCISCO.
$2,9oo— Beautiful 6 room bungalow, just com-
pleted; extra well built; beautifully fln-
~"*lshed: all -conveniences; electric light,
gas; street and sidewalks all finished; lot
\u25a0 CO feet front; fenced and terraced; close to
depdt and carllne. Address A. FELTON.
on premises, 624 E st. near 9th ay. TERMS
\u25a0: '.>--\u25a0-- GIVEN. \u25a0\u25a0>\u25a0-.\u25a0
REDWOOD CITY, REAL ESTATE
GREAT SACRlFlCE— Beautiful, brand new bun-
galow. 5 rooms, facing beautiful boulevard.
Redwood City, with street work all complete;
large lot. 57x173; price only $1,300; $500
. cash, balance like rent: pickup; act : quick.
; E. W. MAGRUDER. 2332 Mis-alon st. -
SAXTA CRUZ REAL ESTATE
RANCHES, bouses and lots for sale or trarte-
l send for list. F. H. PARKER. Santa Cms.
HOMES, ranches, acreage, exchange list.
DAVID L. WILSON. Santa Crux. CaL
_ _^ _ PRjaPERTY
ROSS building lots, Marin county— Macadam ave-
nues, sewer, water, gaa. electricity: prl«»
low. very easy terms. Owner, R. N. CARSON,
22 Battery st.. or Carson Glove Co.. San Rafael.
PROPERTY wanted — Good country property,
' either - Improved or unimproved, for business
•property, flats, houses or cottages in • Oak-
land: I have some first class properties that
the owners will exchange »>n a reasonable
"basis for country - property. D. IVMINNEY.
4-2 11th st.. Oakland, just east of Broadway.
j ;^ LUMBER .FOR _ SALBf
SHINGLES, $1.50; rustic. $23: lining. $10; cooa-
try orders solicited. 33 lOta St., 3. F.
\u25a0~J£ A J R J£L- C .P.U X TY REAL ESTATE
SPEND A DELIGHTFUL SUNDAY ON THE
iIARIN PENINSULA.
Go and see the finest lots In this rapidly build-
ing section. Go and »cc Palm HIH and Baltimore
Park, only 45 minutes from Third and Market
st 3. and only 50 eeuts for the round trip via the
Sausallto ferry.
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BALTIMORE PARK AND PALM MILL OFFER
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND HEALTHFUL
HOME SITES WITHIN EASY BEACH
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
They represent the" millionaire's country hom«~^
lots at the poor man* city home price. In a few
years more they will command the millionaire*
price. Every present purchaser will double or
even treble his money in a very short tline.
Baltimore Park is the logical site for the
BEST AND BIGGEST SUBURBAN CITY
AROUND SAN FRANCISCO. WITH SUPERB
SCENIC SURROUNDINGS. PURE AIR AND
MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. \
The situation is the most healthful in Marin
county. The balsam of the pines and redwood*
fill the air. rendering the atmosphere a continual
tonic and a certain cure for asthma, catarrh and
all throat and lung affections. The climate- is
even. There are no fogs nor winds.
MARIN IS WAKING VY.-
GET IN AT THE AWAKENING ANI> MAKE
THE MONEY. AND HAVE THE BEST
HOME. TOO.
BIG LOTS. LIKE LITTLE FARMS.
\ — — —
With all modern improvements. Only 43 minutes
from business at Baltimore Park, the first stop
out of Sausallto on the fast San Rafael trains.
$300— $500— $500— $500
ON TERMS TO SUIT.
Go Sunday and Judge for yourself. Take your
lunch basket or get your lunch there, as* you
wish. See the handsome residences already there,
built by San Francisco business and professional
people.
ANTICIPATE THE FUTURE. AND MAKE A
LITTLE MONEY YOURSEL*\
COME IN FOR INFORMATION IF YOU CAX
NOT GO.
W. L. COURTRIGHT.
701 WESTBANK BLDG.. OPP. EMPORIUM.
Douglas 678 or 56C9.
$00— Lots. Loa Lomax, 4 minutes to Eftcalle, 10
to stadium and speedway, 50 to S. F. ; price
will go to normal position of $400 on June 20.
at which time property will be sufficiently ad-
vertised^* take care of itself: unequaled vir-
gin forest: terma; cottages on sam» Unas.
J. E. LEWIS. Kentfleld. or apply to M. BAR-
RETT. 41 Montgomery st. .
SPECIAL offer — Must raise money: 14 lots w!th
everything but gas, at $100 each; 4tixl2o; in
Marin county; 45 minutes from San Francisco
ferry; only a 15 minute walk from the station:
oi) minute service: nicely wooded; a beautiful
homesite; take your pick. Owner, box 831.
Call office. -
SAN ANSELMO. Mill Valley. San Rafael prop-
ertles. Attbowe Realty Company. 238 Market.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE;
THE BAY CITIES INVESTMENT COMPANY,
331 Monadnock building.
Phones — Kearny 2920. J2&SO.
GOT SOMETHING YOU DON'T WANT?
\u25a0 Most likely we have somebody who has It and
wants your'n morn he want* his. We make a
SPECIALTY OF EXCHANGING THINGS.
IP YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO TRADE bring
it to the BAY CITIES INV. CO.
WE want improved ranches and residential prop-
erties from $5,000 up. situated preferably with-
in 200 miles of San Francisco, to exchange for
'desirable improved and unimproved San Fran-
cisco and bay cities real estate. Give full par-
ticulars In first letter. Address country s*le»
department. J. W. WRIGHT & CO.. 125 Sutter
St.. San Francisco. Cal.
EXCHANGE for Los Angeles property — $4,500;
new modern bungalow. 7 rooms and bath; situ-
ate in a good residence district between 2 car-
lines; will exchange for Loa Angeles, proper-
ty, improved or vacant.
4CS lith'st.. Oakland.
I CAN trade your ranch for clear Improved in-
come or residence property In Oakland.
Write full particulara. GEO. W. AUSTIN,
IMS Broadway. Oakland.
ELEGANT home in Santa Barbara: corner. 73x
130, with 8 room house; price $8,000; will ex-
change for S. F.. Oakland or Berkeley prop-
erty. 407 Mechanics' Bank hlrtg.. 048 Market.
'. BUNGALOW AXD CAMP SITES
CAMP AT CAZADERO— SpeciaI sale of larg«C
beautifully wooded lota on R. R. and creek.
$7.50 up: ask about out free lots; booklet
free. LOCKE-PADDON CO.. 800 Clement St..
San Franelace.
FLORIDA LANDS
DO you want to get In a syndicate now organ- '
Izins to pnrchase a large tract of the best
land in Florida — the right land, the right
price, the right transportation, an excellent,
well equipped selling organization? Big money
and a quick turn if you get In. FLORIDA
LAND CO.. care NELSON CHESMAN CO.. St.
Louis. Mo.
PROPOSALS AND BIDS
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Office of the Board of State Harbor ComraU-
stoners. Union Depot and Ferry House, Saa
Francisco, California. May 20. 1910.
Sealed proposals or bids will be received at
this office at or prior to 11 o'clock a. m. on
THURSDAY. June 30, 1910. for furnishing ma'
terlals and constructing section 10 of *h« seawall,
on the water front of the city and connty of
San Francisco, In accordance with the plans and
specifications prepared therefor by the Assistant
State Engineer of the Board and adopted by the
Board May 19. 1910. and on file In this office,
.to which special reference Is hereby made. The
materials to be used in the work consist of tb*
requisite quantities of fresh cut. close grained
Douglas yellow fir piles, creosoted piles, mer-
chantable yellow fir lumber, staves for cylinders,
sheet piling, 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
the best quality specified and subject to a rigtd
examination. No bid will be received unless It
is made on a btank form furnished front 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 tho
Board. a-» a guarantee on the part of the suc-
cessful bidder that h» will within six (6) day*
after the acceptance of the bid enter into a
written contract to do said work according to
the plans and specifications prepared therefor,
and will also execute and file 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
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 th«
Secretary at or prior to 11 o'clock a. m. on
THURSDAY. June 30. 1910, at which time and
place the bids will be opened. \u0084
The Board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids If deemed for the best Interests of thm
State. .-.\u25a0-•-.-.
Bidders are invited to be present at t&e open*
Ing of the bids.
W. B. PORTER.
/ Lieut. Governor and Acting Governor of the
•State of California. . j
J. A. KELLY.
Supervisor and Acting Mayor of the City and]
County of San Francisco.
VT. V. STAFFOIID.
W. E. DENNISON.
P. 8. TELLER,
Board of State Harbor Commissioners.
RALPH BARKER.
Assistant State Engineer.
W. B. THORPE.
' - . Secretary.
SEALED bids will b» received at the office of
the Secretary of the Resents. University of
California. Berkeley, at or before 10 a. m, \u25a0
Monday, June 27, 1910. for a frame (1) offles
building and for (2) a frame addition to th<s
workshop at the university farm at Darts.
Yolo county, California, as per plans and sneei-
flcations on file at said office.
No bids will be received unless accompanied
by a certified check or bond in favor of tha
undersigned, equal to 10 per cent of the bid,
- to as-sure execution of contract by successful t
bidder. The right to reject any or all bids Is '
reserved.
THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OP
CALIFORNL\.
"PROPOSALS FOB BOILERS, MACHINERY
AND COOLING TOWER FOU.ICE AND RE-
FRIGERATING PLANT— Office Depot Quarter-
ciaster. 10SU North Point St.. San Francisco,
Cal.. May 24. 1910.— Sealed proposal*, la tripli-
cate will be received here until 11 o'clock a. tn..
June 20, 1910. tor furnishing and delivering
above mentioned supplies, f. o. b. ears at fac-
tory, or f. % a. s. ship Nevr York or San Francisco.
Plans, specifications and proposal blanks furnish-
ed on application. A $5 deposit will be required
to insure return -of plans - and specifications.
United States reserves right to accept or reject -
any or all proposals or part* thereof. Envelopes
containing - proposals should be indorsed "Pro-
posals for boilers, etc.. No. 669," and addressed
to H. P. YOUNG. Depot .Quartermaster.
CONSTRUCTION— Presidio of Monterey. CM..~
May 21. 1910. — Sealed proposals, in triplicate, .
will be received until 11 a. m.. June 20. 1910,
and then . opened, for furnishing all materials
and labor for . construction of concrete assembly
halt here and for electric wiring, plumbing and
heating for same. Preference given to articles
of American production. . conditions of price aad '
quality (including in price of foreign produc-
tions the duty thereon) being equal. Information
furnished on application. ARTHUR CRANSTON.
Consts..Q. : M.
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