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FOJISALE—M ISCELEAmoyS^
EAFES-We win *rtl you a NEW SAFE cheaper
than others s*k for second band. Why take
chances? Protect your b«->nies against Dur-
plars and fire. Your business certainly needs
the protectiou -c offer at a nominal cost and
easr par-ents. NE 1 " VICTOR SAFES at
f]R* $40 $50 and up: steel chests; wall safee;
<iWks. American Manufactures Com-
pany. 1257 Marfcet Bt.
FOR «sale— 4o hp. gasoline engine; 25 K. TV.
Westinjrbonse generator installed only 4
months; 1 30 bp. steam engine, good as new.
May be seen at Bay City Iron Works, cor. 3d
end* Washington sts.. Oakland.
tLEG^-^f 5 and f>^ foot porceiain tubs.
$16 complete.
- » P. E. O'HAIR.
S3O ycAllister ft., or 1489 Market st.
SECOND HAND" PIPE.
I-arg^st denier* in standard pipe and sTew cas-
ing dipped: pries right ; guaranteed first class.
PACIFIC PIPE 'CO.. .Main ami Howard »ts.
TL'NCALI ED for suits, ovr-rcoai* and trousers at
lesa than mst at CHAS. LYONS', tbe Ixmdon
Tai!or. 14-"2 Fillmnre bet. KHis and O'Farrell.
Open evenings till S. Saturdays 10 o'clock.
FEW unclaimed suits and overcoats at half price;
'alteration* free. ENGLISH WOOLEN MILLS.
ltd WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS, tenth
finer! Pfcelsn bldg.. Market st. Open evenings.
GC-NP f"r S3*e — Send fnr list of shop worn shot-
runs and r!fl»s \vhl<-b vr* are closing out at
r»ry low pr'r^s. SHREVE 4- BARBER COM-
PANY. 41(5 Kesrcv .st.. San Francisco.
BARBERS' minors -Tbr«><» «f the largest sixe
made at a sacrifice if you act quick — see
teem.' STOLTZ. 731 Market st.
AA— All sizes " : standard water pipe and screw
csislag jrnaranteed rood as new; get our j
prices. WEISSBAI'M PIPE WORKS. 131 11th. i
FOIi f-fiie — A silver rasf. between "On and 400
<re*r« old. A. E. EDDY. College City, Colusa
ervtmtr. Cal. ________________
r<lR j=el» — Psrrakppt. saffron finches and ca-
raries: young birds. J. E. BAIRD, Pleas.in-
;r>n. Cal.
FIN" mstiress or «pring can be bought at H.
PCHELLEUAS" furattare sale. 40S 11th St..
Oskianfl.
EDISON agency moving -picture machines and
st e reoptlcor.s. GEO. RRECK. 70 Turk st.
ARMY Tr.NTS st. factory prices. W. A. PLUM-
IIER CO.. SW corner «f Front sad Pine sts.
"NATIONAL rath registprs, electric signs, res-
tacntnt supplies; «-heap. .'79 McAllister st.
» COAL PTOVB.* with -aterbac'ii. slightly used.
I>;rt rbrap. 42^ Sutler st. •
FATHf. c«w. and second I'anrt: all sizes. THE
ni'RMAN SAFF. CO- 120 130 F<M~— st.
SAFF; with £6 #afe- d«>po«H br>xes; suitable for
hotel or saioon; cr.eap. 23?. California St.. S. F.
J'.OT.-LEF L.-raritrle*" received: $5 each. R,.
H. HF-Cnß, jraz San Pablo ay.. Oakland.
BOOKS — nars»tns = 4r. sets for holidays. KING'S
BOOK., STORE. 1716 Market st. above Gougb. {
EAFK— lc?si>. mca^Mrprecnt ."?Gi.;j:23 l-^xls ',-:., with
ci^st.: -bnrca\n«--flS.>. 671 Mission st.
BOOKS ?"\u25a0! librs-nics bought.- THE HOIvMES
<0.. \u25a0 nte" Market st. : phon«» Market 596.
DKESS *nits, Tijiedoes and oth«r fnlt* botrght.
L. SKOLL. 305 Kearny st. Phone Kearny 2280.
NEW Japanese; Dlu^e *h<%p; . flumes
nis'ie frotq ol<t feathers or., boas; cleaned, dyed I
and rppairfd: .vrorV guaranteed. 1032 Fillmore
st.. nesr Plne.J -Pfeone West "7*24. j
IVILLOW piJirr.cs-'^nade from old feather;: clean-
irg. dTein^. rtyHng: reasonable rates. 2.*>S
Rsr.chpx «.-, Francisco fists: tel. Market 5297/
BUTJONS AN^PLEATING_
Steele's bnttos WorknV 222 :El»s and- Mason: Ph.
FrsTii.4r.2l and.~C4521. 'Mail orders solicited.
. D^^SAiM^NG^lJ^^
DRKSS MAKING, designing, cutting, fitting. and
ladies' tailoring -thoroughly tanght; N. T.
branch of Vienna Tailoring Institute: a tailor
shirt waief -riattprn out to your measure, 25c;
branch «J .Elite. Fashion end Patterns, see crin-
oltoe models. SO5 .Graiyt st.; ph. . Setter 1484.
MME. "JKLLINGS. 464 Devisadero St.: designer;
tailor <=ui;^. gowlis; $lK"np:- style, .fit- \u25a0guaran-
iep(3: rptuodelicg. .. Park f.iM4.' -
MCDOWELL'S'- Dr^t, Making . and Millln*— •
School. 121 Geary. st, near Grant ay. : evening
olassei; pattern's »cut to order. Dooglas "4731.
' . ' . ' =-
MOVING PICTURES :
MOVING* pictcre Slnis: association goods: ttest
service." NOVELTY MOVING PICTURE CO..
420-422 Tnrß st: . f ;. -° "
[^s^J^j^^vMl^sil
FLAYER-PIANO oiy-chasers Khmild see the $350
risrjra-jn.-with IS rolls ransie free,, in a sllghtl.T
iis>*d - pl«yer-p:aBn offered by KOHLER &'
CHASE: 26 O'Farrell st. . ' .
I MUST s^ll nay beaatiful upright piano; bar-
gain: easy tertjis can be arranged, MRS.
MORAN- 12G.~. Brush sf.. near 16th. Oakland.
CREMONA— Newest electric slot piano: price re-
o-jfed. $C5O: easy .psymonts: plays 20 nickels.
P.ACIG-ALI-Pl. S4l Market st.
BARGAIN— 2 fine -3- pedal upright*. $125; $145.
JOS. SCHMfTZ _,CO.. 54 McAllister Bt. -
KISfHER iipright pSno. fl3.");'«n'caEh or terms.
"7 Stockton st.. ; .' -:w;-
BYRON MMZY. >okl medal placos; special bar-
gains. 2T»ft Stockton.' st. .;\u25a0 .
\u0084 \u25a0 *
GOOD upright pisno« *u-.ld «n $4 por month in-
\u25ba taMm^nts. H£INE PIANO CO.. 37 Stockton.
PIANOS on pa«y Ititis and for rent. 52.r>0 op.
STATHAM. "24 nil? st.. near Valencia and 22d.
LARGE nni»rso'-! ' np-ighT. J15O; other bargains,
S2T, tip. POWERS &_& _ SON. 5."6 Post Vt. .
WKEItR r>inn«. Ko"<i coudition, $100; cash or
Ti»rms. S~ Stockiott sr. • • •
. \u25a0
A <;OOD ;ijano fo rent. 'lo cent* aday: one year
allowed. . SCOTT <TBTAZ. -530 Hayes st.
UNREDEF.MED storase pianos for almost aoth-
Ing. PIANO STROAGK CO.. 11S4 Market St.
MISSION RRANCn'oF THE CALL. MILLER'S,
STATJONEB; 0011 '16TH/ST. '.
•;. - : ;:,.•;.- C."
TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIES
MONARCrt- Visible Trpewrifere-^-In the Monarch
Visible Typewriter all 'the writing is in full
sight sTI the tinip; othej.°m.fikes, -second hand.
at very reasonable prices: we rent, repair, and
inspect. Before purchasing ring up 'Douglas
4HS. or '•p!! at 307 Bush St.
WOLF A- TSENBRUCK. Dealers . •.
"SPECIAL. $r,r»— Smith-Prom ier "..Remington re-
built. Secure Information L. &M. ALEX_N-
DKR. Hl2 MarkPt st.
AIX pri'*Hl iv-builts from $10 <t« $<SS: also mo.
installment*. Pa<\ TypewT!ter<S>.. 107 Montgy.
3^J^^ i yjKRS — OAKILAXD.
AI.I. tnnkes typewriters at Oakland Typewriter
Ex.. 552 Broadway. Oakland: Phone Oak. 8219.
AUTOMOBILES
.^^ -. -. - 1- . . . . .... ,-,
GREAT BARGAINS.
. '• * USED, MOTOR CARS.
Stevens- Durypa,. model 'R, landaolet.
St«>vpris-r»urjea.~'model R. tiwricg car.
Kterer-s-Duryea. Model R. runabout.
Stprens-lMj— ea. m'Vlel T". touring Var.
. North^ra delivery wagon. . . .
' Srearnf SO-Ort touring car.
PACIFIC MOTOR CAR CO..
Corner I'oJk sf. and Golden^ Gat* «rv.
RARE OPPOftTrNTTY— 6 cylinder. 7 passenger
automobile, now used as panel top delivery
car; has sp>vd and power: owner will guaran-
tee enttre car is in strictly first class condi-
tion; cost owner $2.000 : if sold this week will
i=cke SPECIAL PRICK of $1,150; can be used
fop pleasure as well as business. Apply
owner, 106 C Eddy Et. * I
A— AI'TOMOBII.KS ~ —X
Ton had better buy a good us»d car than a
cheap new one. IMO Cnalrners-r>etroit, with
nil extra equfptne'tit snd" as g.xid as n~
?I.4<Kt; (adilla-- -V.ft." like npw. Sl.ir.O: Hiid-
s-m roadster. ?*.">o: Buick. $.'><>o: r, passenger
o'>'** > n. ?2"rf»: Rainier. 5 passt.. $5T»0: Peerless.
?:;7.'>: Rambler roadster, a ci SS sy car. $.Vio;
several others. '!T0« San Pablo ay.. Oakland.
V*<~ PKF.RLESS. 30 h. p.
]{Xi 7 P'-p'-Hartford. T,n h. p.
iflO9 Mitchell.
These e«rs ar*» all in first class condition
and will lie sold at extremely - lo— prices.
H. O. HARRISON CO.. /;
\u2666>40 Van Ness ay.
* A~TO trnck. the best in the country: we have a
zoo- raacy running in San Francisco: they give
the best satisfaction: — c have in stock 1. 2, S
and 5 ton.,, KLEIBKR & CO.. 142*5 Fnlton rt.
1910 BUICK. model 10. tor tonneau. equipped
complete; almost new; J^-TO.
RF.O PACIFIC CO..
Phone Market 5M9. 411 Van N#fs ay.
FOR. sale — 1 Ford 5 passeneer machine in first
class condition: cheap: will trade for horses.
Apply KLniBF.R'A CO.. 1424 to 1436 Folsom
St.. San Francisco.
BEST bargains in the city in used autos for
cas!i; a fine limousine.. Reo runabout and oth-
«-—; sutos that run. 3?.4 Larkln Bt. >__^
SAVE Jl-'Vi on new fj>r; more on Whites; inves-
*, tizcte ct once. 675 33d \u25a0«*.':- Oakland.- .
PAG. Alnmluiim Brnzing Works can braze yonr
broke;; alaai. castings. 503 Van Ness. Pt. 5120.
'fit buy <>r soil— A second .band anto.' See
W. L. JONES. 140,12 th et., Oakl*Dd. - i
AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES
L. H. _ - B I. BILL. 543 Golden Gate ay.—
Headquarters for Solar lamps, Vesta batteries,
Pan hard oil. Diamond 'chains and parts.
BICYCLES & MOTORCYCLES
MOTORCYCLE, Excelsior; spring tandem; en-
gine In fine condition; one nearly new tire,
other fair; $125. 1325 Chestnut St.. Oakland.
CAN save you money on bicycles, sporting goods
and bicycle sundries;, send for catalogue.
ATHENS CYCLE CO.. Oakland. Cal.
CAKH paid for bicycles, any condition. ; ZIMMER-
LIN 8R05.." 2192 Sutter. .J1433; West 2472.
HORSES, HARNESS AND
BIDING and driving club has In its sale dept. a
number. of high class saddle horses and ponies:
also j=ome gentle driving horses for. family
purposes: all guaranteed. 701 7th af.
AA— 2.". head of horses and mares, sent to us
to lie sold st once; no reasonable offer refused;
wagons, buggies and harness; must sell; will
trade. 565 4th st.. Oakland.
2 YOING mores, 1.200 lbs; 1 first class driver: 2
light wagons; for sale cheap. 461 2d st.,
OaUlantl. : ' . » <-
GOING out of-businw. 8 head horses and 7
mares. 1.500 lbs., at your price; chain har-
ness. $10 a set. 11 Killing st.
WOODLAWN Stables. 617-633 Grove ft.; horses
$1.25 day: horses & wag. $» wk.: bdg. $20 mo.
I BUSINESS CHANCES __
NEW ENGLAND gentleman, in San Francisco
3 years, connected I with eastern manufac-
turer 25 years, has best commercial proposi-
tion fnr investment of $5,000: Investor must
!•» man if. Christian principles, free from all
rices. Address for interview WALTER G.
TICKER. .V) 7 Mission st.
FOR sale — Grocery or saloon: I will sell either
one: too much to attend to for one; doing a
large cash business; large stock of groceries
and liquors, all new; fixtures up to date; owner
of building will give long lease; reasonable
rent. Address Owner, 1901 Howard st.
HOME bakery and delicatessen, $1,200; 3 rooms:
ch«>ap rent: a clean, neat stock: prominent
corner: long lease: business $1S per day; don't
miss Ibis. RELIABLE INVESTM. CO.. 968
Broad— ar. Oakland. -
FOR sale — Contractor's outfit; also horse, wagon
and ladders, benches, etc. CARPENTER, 472
23d st.: phone Oakland 7392.
FOR *ale — Butcher nbnp: present owner has been
doing a successful business here for 26 years;
going to retire. Inquire at 1319 Brush St.,
Oakland. '
VERY profitable penny machine business; each
machine splls 4 articles; a bargain; territorial
I agents. Box 3243. Call office, Oakland.
FOR sale — A good newspaper route in a good
district in this city. Apply to J. R. LF.N-
HART. circulation department. S. F. Call.
FOR sale — Good city route on thla paper; a
good chance for a hastier. Fee circulation de-
partment. San Francisco- Call.
CORNER grocery, notion, stationery, etc.: cash
trade: sickness; bargain. 1000 Central ay.,
Alameda. '
FOR sale — Blacksmith shop, machinery, tools
and whole outfit: cheap: old stand;good lo-
cation. Apply ; 2220 - Folsom St.- ' •
) GROCERY \u25a0 and liquor store: must sell at once;
j good business. Corner A Ft. and 3d ay.
SALOON for sale — Half or whole. Inquire cor.
Grove and Oetavia «ts.
ADVERTISING managers for city; liberal propo-
sition. 277 Monadnook bldg.
RESTAURANT anil lease for sale. Apply 2S
Jackson st.
.PARTNER wanted (no experience needed). In a
\u25a0 a tailoring business established 14 years; must
be a man with some ability as salesman;- $500
will buy. Address (mall only) F. G. E., The
Tailor, S5 Java et.. San Francisco, • Cal.
' EDUCATIONAL
ENGINEERING— CiviI, electrical, mining, mech..
survey, assay, cyanide, day. eve.: e*>tah. 1564.
. Van der Naillen School. 51st and Tel.. Oakland.
ANNIE NOUXNAN, pianist; accompanying de-
," sired : lessons 75c. 511A' Buchanan; Mkt.' 6914.
ARITH.. book keeping, grammar, etc.: day. eve.;
lnd. lnstrncrion; civil gerv ice. 1433 Polk »t.
MISS: CHASE^-Teacher of English, "math., etc.
4130 17th st. nr. .Market; phone Market 1951..
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY. 3142 Shattuck ay.,
Berkeley. Cal.. next to First national bank.
.Pmf. T. A. Robinson,. lndivid. Jnst. Math.. Book
.. Keeping. Eng.. etc.: day., eve. 007 Haight it.
;; BUSINESS COLLEGE^ _
AAA— METROPOLITAN and MERRILIaMILLER
' Business Colleges, cons.; day. night class.
Market 'and Van Ness. See classes.
HEALD'S Business College \u25a0 and School of En-
j. gineerlnjj. Mining. Architectural. Wireless;
good positions. '425 McAllister st. .
DUDLEY BUSINESS COLLEGE.. Mission Bank
. - bid*.. 16th nr. Mission; night. -day; phone, call.
SAN FRANCISCO Business College. -808 Market
st. »t Eddy; day and evening session.
ALL court reporters recommend Gallagher-
Marsb Business College. 12T.6 Market st.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1657 FILLMORE ST.
A£COUN7W^
JOHN R. RVCK^TKITr^^rXZ^^SO^CWaa
° Spreckejs (Call) building: r/hone Kearny 4151.
TITLES RESTORED
UNDER McEne'rney act. complete. $35. TITLE
CO.. 651-3 Monadnock bldg.; Market st. nr. 3d.
TITLE SUITS complete. $32. MUTUAL TITLE
. CO.. 31 Dean bldg.. 964 Market st.
all9B^S)!s^j^^^a II9B^S)!s^j^^^
ADVICE FREE: no charge unless successful; all
case*; sll business", quickly and, quietly at-
tended to; bankruptcy: McEnerney suits; cor-
•porations: general practice; open every even-
ing. 1028 Market st.. room 12.
ADVICE free; no charge unless successful; all
cases, all business quickly and quietly attend-
• ed to. 964 a Market St.. rooms 30 and 31.
ALL cases handled: lowest cost: all counties;
, open Thurs. evenings. 1112 Market St.. r. 122.
HARRIS & HESS, nttys. at law. W. T. Hess.
Notary Public. Rooms 1108-14 Call bldg.
THR FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1«57 FILLMORE ST.
PATENT ATTORNEYS
A. A. SLKK — Expert patent draughtsman; speci-
fications prepared. 68 Post «t. Donglas 157.
DEWEY. STRONG & CO.— Founded 1860: U. S.
and foreign patents; Inventors' \u25a0 guide. 100 me-
chanical movements free. 1105 Merchants' Ex-
change bldg.. San Francisco. "
HARRY C. SCHROEDER. U. S.iand foreign pat-
ents. 416-7 First Nat. Bank I bldg.. Oakland.
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner U. S. patent office.
U. S. and foreign patents. 1201 Metropolis bk.
MODEL WORKS; mfg. of patented devices,
tools and die*. 527 9th st.. Oakland.
BILLS COLLECTED >
BILLS. . notes collected, bad tenants \u25a0 ejected.
FRED J. SCHMIDT. Market. Noe and 16th.
I ARTIFICIAL TEETH— "THE ONE THING I
DO." Dr. C. E. Wilson, 323 Geary, suite 605.
DR. IRA G. LEEK— AII kinds of dental work.
515 Fillmore ft. near Oak.
DR. WONG HIM.
HERB DOCTOR. Permanently located
12CS O'Farrell st. bet. Gough and Octavia.
AAA— DR. C. C. TOA. famous Chinese nexb Co..
cures all chronic diseases. 1844 Sntter St., 8. F.
DISEASES men and women specialty; physician,"
Rurgeon. PENN.-. DRUG CO.. 122 3d st.
MEDICAL
INFANTILE paralysis treated at the Napa Stock
Far_.,>~apa, by Dr. . Stark; 1410 Sth. Oakland.
POPULAR REMEDIES
RICORD CELEBRATED .PREPARATIONS for
men s private diseases. Sold only by E. P.
JORGENSON, 644 K«arny St., San Francisco.
Mail orders a specialty. . Send for; circular.
TRUSSES
• • '. 1 • !\u25a0.-.\u25a0 ... — r , '**-.-- -. .
aark Gandton Col. 1108 . Market ; i truss fitting,
elas. hosiery, abdominal belts; lady attendants.
\u25a0 INVALID CHAIRS
SOLD, rented, exchange; manufacturer of Eames
tricycle chair.";; 1714 Market. Tel. 'Park 2940.
TH__ SAN FRANCISCO I OALH^
HOMES FOR INVALIDS \
S. F. 1 HOME FOR INCURABLES AND "AGED:
Tel. Franklin 4115. 1024 Franklin Bt.
HOME nnd care, for ' invalids, or. aged persons.
3421 25th st. >ear. Mission; tel.^Mission 4620.
HEAI^^
"VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH,'.' natural, non-
surgical ; I cloth i bound, I 400 - page book free.
Apply vby \u25a0- mail. 636 ' Pine ; st. -Lecture for
women Thursday.' 2:30 p." m.
ST. yARGARET'S Maternity home; confinement
specialty; adoption: special "treatment for- all
female troubles. 171 East 14th j st. Oakland.
MOSSWOOn Maternity Home. $20 per week;
resident physician and trained- nurse included;
400 Moss ar.; telephone Piedmont 41152.
S. F. WOMAN'S HOSPITAL and Lying-in Home:
DR. LORD, physician in charge. 1191 Oak st.
Bay View Maternity. O'Far. at Brod. — Res. phys;,
trained nurses; prlv. grounds; rea. West 5501.
fc^^RRI^NDf^^NESSi
ALSO car noises positively .. cured; 1 week free.
DR. COTTINitHAM.;94S Market st. ; hrs. 10-4.
CANCER^CURE^^__^
WE CURE CANCER; .we have cured patients to
refer you to. Call and let us explain our treat-
ment. Send for booklet. MRS. S. V J. BRIDGE
CANCER CO.. rms. 503-04 Westbank bid.. S. F.
MATRIMONIAL
ELITE matrimonial bureau for' lonely people;
.companion for every one. 1165^ W r ash. st.. Oak.
PERSONALS
DEAREST MAMMA— The note papa got from T.
is due on the 29th; your signature is very
necessary; you know what- I mean. Nana
very ill. We miss you terribly. P. and I are
fo lonely, so please come home. Everything
will be O. K. L.. 805 Pine St.. Oakland.-
MAGGIE — Won't you please telephone me, ..or
come home by the 28th? J.. SOS • Pine St..
Oakland. :
BUSINESS PERSONALS
A— WIGS and TOUPES that defy detection-
ventilated — perspiration doesn't affect them;
wig making a life study; I guarantee them;
improve your appearance; prevent colds; harm-
less adhesive plaster holds them securely.
Men's Private Wig Dept., 2271 California st.
near - Webster. Mr. G. I>ederer In charge.
LADIES' HAIR GOODS — Transformations.
Switches. Puffs, Artistic Wig • Making. Sham-
pooing, etc.: scalp treatment given by spe-
cialist; diagnosis free. G., LEDERER, 1809
Fillmore st., near Sntter; established 1566.
HYDRO INSTITUTE OF MECHANO THERAPY.
Adrian apts.. 1100 Jackson, apt. 3 — Latest
methods of treatment: Swedish gymnastics,
hydrotherapy. electricity, vibration, physical
culture; special treatments for constipation,
rheumatism, nervous disease?!, indigestion, obe-
sity and baldness ; treatments given at hotels
or homes. Phone Franklin 6005. /
CHRLSTMAS PRESENTS FREE— The Insurgent
for' one year and any two volumes from large
list of latest popular booA». ' free for SO days
with eTery membership in Whltakcr's Informa-
tion Bureau. $3 entitles you to our real estate
bargain and exchange service, free employment
service and all Information. 321* Bush st.
A — SEPULVIDA baths, the greatest fat reducing
baths of the age; electric vibratory and Span-
ish massage; hours 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. MRS.
SEPULVIDA. 2022 Sutter bet. Fillmr.-Steiner.
SWEDISH masseur would- like a few more pa-,
tlents to g« to the house, or csll at residence.*
Doric, apartment 2. Post st. near Hyde.
FRANKLIN Electric Institute— Elec. treatments
and massage. 53.V7 Whitney bldg.. IS3 Geary.
MRS. C. ROSE, Mgr.; hrs. 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
MRS HOLS HOUSE R. MAGNETIC SPF.CIAL~
IST. 851 Pacific bldg.: phone Kearny 595.
MAGNETIC massage, scalp treatment, j MRS.
ROBINSON. 215 O'Farrell St.. apt. 6. '-\u25a0^•.\u25a0>
THERMAL electric institute, etc.; treatments
and massage. MRS. SANDBBRQ, 1227 Webster.
MME. MAURICE — Magnetic treatments; oil rubs.
Room 1. .413^ 12th St., Oakland.
MRS. DR. VIERECK. electro-magnetic treats.
for rheumatism, liver trouble, etc. 1212 Scott.
ELECTRIC vibratory massage, salt glow. MRS.
CORTEZ. 915 Van Ncsa cor. Ellis, suite 203.
MAGNETIC massage and steam baths by trained
nnrse. MRS. JOHNSON, 605 10th et., Oakland.
WELLS' - facial, scalp magnetic » treatment.
1065 A Mission st.. room M.
.ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE.' 5T 6th et— Electric
- blanket packs; hot salt-water baths. .
GOLDSTEIN. Co.. theatrical and masquerade cos-
.. turners; country orders specialty.- SS3 Market.
INFORMATION Is wanted as to what ship dam-
aged our telephone cable in San Francisco bay
.a few hundred feet south of Long wharf, off
- Oakland shore, on Monday, November 14,, 1910.
Liberal reward will be paid for reliable In-
formation. BAY CITIES HOME TELEPHONE
COMPANY. 333 Grant ay., San Francisco, or
1369 Franklin st.. Oakland.
SPIRITUALISM
AA— MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium;
consultation $1, at her home. 11G4 O'Farrell;
by letter, 4 questions, $1 : phone Franklin 5024.
AA— Mrs. L. H. Kinnaird. ord.; con. dally,lO-4:
circles Sun.,, Mon., Wed., Fri., S p. m. 1439
Fillmore St.. . .
MISS M. WILLIE, medium, crystal seeress, can
be consulted on all matters.. 1615 Fillmore st.
MRS. S. SEAL, spirit mm.: consultation daily;
officiates marriages, funerals.- 756 McAllister.
CLAIRVOYANTS V
A— HENRY MANSFIELD.
. World's greatest trance clairvoyant, palmist,
astrologer, mental telepathist, will cause things
to be as you desire: tells everything. : names;
dates. Important information: all revealed;
health, love, 'marriage: bus., mm.. treasure,
chßnges. lawsuits, imparts s<v>d luck; removes
evil infltiepccs. 1603 Vi FII.LYORE ST. cor.
Geary. FOR READINGS BY. MAIL SEND $1.
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PROF. GARLAND.
WORLD'S GREATEST CLAIRVOYANT. -
Will cause things to be as you wish:and tells
full names and everything yon want 1 to know
without you writing a word. • \u25a0 . \u25a0 " • . \u25a0 .'
Hours 10 a. m.*to 8 p. m.
1445 Fillmore st. nr. O'Farrell.
" FOR READINGS BY MAIL SEND '$1. .
MME. DA VENA, card reader. 25c and 50c;
moved from 2*121 Mission st. to 2725 Mis-
sion .nr., 23d.* .!
MISS ZEMDAR. young, gifted clair, and palmist;
a wonderful prophetess; hours 10 to 10: 1. 50c,
g. $1. 1610 McAllister st. nr. . Devisadero. gg
MME. AUGUST, clairvoyant and palmist; read-
ings 50c; truth or no pay. 2748 Mission, n. 24th.
MME. LEONIDA; honest readings: palmist, cards,
clair. ; Sun. appointments. 948 McAllister st.
MME. Starr of Oakland, at Hotel Carllng, S. F.,
1154 Mkt., r. 3; trnth or no pay; 10 to 9 p. m.
MME. LEONIDA. honest readings; palmist, cards,
clair.: Sun. appointments. 948 McAllister st.
: ASTROLOGY 2
PHRENOLOGIST, reads your life by esoteric
phrenology. 1122 Market St.: hrs. 9tn S p. m.
ACCOUNTS California safe deposit \u25a0 bought and
loans made <>n all kinds of securities. J. BOAO,
454 .Montgomery' st. :. > .-.._•-- *.
"ABBOTT buys BONDS." corporation STOCKS
and DIAMONDS. Money loaned. 250 Marfcet st.
MINES AND MINING :
GOLD, amalgam, rich ore bought: cash; assaying
f.oc. Pioneer Assay -Co.. 131 - sth nr. : Howard.
_ ;\u25a0.': -.- : INVESTMENTS °r
E ~. \u25a0 F/'.WAYLAND & c 67 ,"" BRO_E~I~CT~~
474-478 Monadnock bulWlng. San Francisco. I
STOCKS OFFERED FOR QUICK; SALE.
5,000 shares Monterey Coal Co. (10t):[email protected] 55.00
5,000 shares Three Counties 0i1" C0. ....<& 1 .01
1,250 shares The La Blanc, Oil Co. . -. :. .fa \u25a0 .27
1,000 shares Calif. Consolidated Oil [email protected] \u25a0' : .50
1.000 shares Midway Oil-Co.'.® '• 1.25
1.100 Alaska Petroleum & Coal C0..... Cti \u25a0 .12
1,000 shares Liberty Oil C 0.. .......'.. [email protected] .15
l,ooo«haresManchuria'Mldway;Oil Co.: , Cheap
1.000 Pacific Fruit Cooling _ Yap. Co..® • .15
1,000 shares Templor -Ranch .Oil Co. [email protected] '1.. .16
2,000 shares Lady' Washington Oil Co.. Wanted:
l,ooo»shares Jewell Oil C0. ........... [email protected] Al7
1,000 shares Pinnacle-Oil C0.....*;':'...".® .10
800 shares Spring. Tire C 0.:.. ..".'... ..(ia ' '.30
500 shares' PyramidioilCo.V::......'[email protected] . ;.60
" 200 shares Mascot C0pper. C0.... ..:.<§) .4.00
-100 North Coast Co-Op. Lumber. Co... <g ' .25
\5O shares" llatnpton's Magazlne^pfd.)®;. 4.00
> 50 Western States Life Ins. C 0 ... .:.(Js^2o.oo
25 English ' '\u25a0'Marconi .Wireless '•\u25a0 pfd.'[email protected] '• 7.00
10 Rio. Michol 3 Rubber Plantation....® 26.00
6 shares. Oakland TrarftionUpfd.)...®; 92.< X»
2 La'Zacualpa 1 Rubber. '(dlv.; pay)..®' 360.00
1 International Lbr..&Dev.iCo. :.'.. ft. 275.00
\ 5 $100 Western Pacific Ry . • bonds. : : (^ - 96.00
5 shares Oxford Linen Mi115....... (a V 6.00
Wanted — 5.000 Templor Ranch Oil \u25a0 Ci>.^ * ' -' 13
Wanted— l,ooo -Ventura; Oil -Dev. "Co. ..<§; OS
Wanted-^I.OOO 1 Section* Six i Oil -C0:.... oiler
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INVESTMENTS
v '-'. \ Conilnned' V ;**-'M i
CHEAPER yriIAN^.YOU CAN BUY: ELSE-
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STOCKS \u25a0 OFFERED FOR IMMEDIATE. SALE:
1.000 shares Midway Premier Oil Co. @ $1.25: .
' 3,000; shares Jewell " Oil i C 0 .......... Cheap
1,000 Rhares Kern River Drillers.... <?B $,-of>
1,000 \u25a0 shares ; Hale ' McLeod Oil I Co. -'. <8l ;.37 r
I.ooo>bares!Ventura Oil nev.<Co...ea! . .12 ,;,
; I.ooo . shares CaXii Pressed Brick . Co.<& . 10 W
I.ooo. shares Sunset National: Oil Co.<g: >.!«;/
J. 000; shares jFourjM«tals,(lnyo).... .'a ; .07,
2,000 sharps \ Queen .'. '. . .: . . ; @ :•H6 ;
2,000 shares Alaska' Pet. '& Coal" Co." fa ' f, .12 ,
4.000 shares Crown Oil C 0 .::.... :. .«5 .05.;
2.000 shares Rock- Island {Oil Co. :..:<&\u25a0 >.10 {
I.OfJO shares Lady-Wash'gton-Oil [email protected]" -* .10 '
1,000 shares Templor Itanch Oil Op. . \u25a0-. ; = "-Chenp
10,000 shares Monterey CoalCo, <Lot)@110.00
r.OO shares Section "Sir Oil 60.....& .23
GOO shares Tellowstone- Oil C0.... [email protected] .35
250 shares Chutes Am. C 0 .... - ' Bid
-.100 shares -Mascot -Copper Co.. @, 4.00
noo shares Pinnacle Oil -C 0 ....... .<$ .10
500 shares Olema Oil C 0 .... .. ® . -55
:200 shares Pyramid \u25a0\u25a0 Oil. C 0... .%...'»« .59
200 shares Paula Oil C 0. ......... <&.>\ .60
'200 shares' Msdison Oil Co.. <S> .07
, . 5 Western States Life Ins. Co..® 10.50
\u25a0 -2 I^a Zacnalpa' Rubber (Div.). ..Q155.00
1,000 Mammoth Oil Co.. .......... Wanted
P. M. HARRIS & CO., BROKERS.,
751-753 Phelan bldg., San Francisco, "Cal. .
- m ONEyjro loanv. ? ; r
AA— STRICTLY confidential.: loans oh furniture,
pianos, warehouse receipts or security of -any'
kind: loans can -. be ' repaid- In easy weekly,
! monthly or yeariy payments; we will arrange
the loan to suit you, same can be repaid when-
ever you desire: we give, you the full amount
asked for; there are no advanced charges of
any kind; if you owe another broker or bills of
any kind we will ' pay them for you and give
you more money; It is easier to pay one than a
number: we can make you better rates and
i terms than any one In the city: It will pay you
"to call and investigate. ILLINOIS FINANCE
CO.. formerly Illinois Trust Co.. 1516 Eddy, 14
block from Flllmore : tel. , West 6745 : 52024.
AAA A— WE LOAN MONEY TO- SALARIED
PEOPLE WITHOUT SECURITY: business
CONFIDENTIAL: no charge • for application ;
nothing taken out- in advance; no red tape
; methods -here; you -\u25a0 are charged ONLY for the
\u25a0 time .you have the money: you can get from us:
$15.00— Repay $4.00 month, $1.00 weekly.
$25.00— Repay $6.65. m0nth, $1.65 weekly.
$30.00— Repay $S.OO month, $2.00 weekly.
f.iO.OO— Repay $13.3.") month. $3.35 weekly.
THE, ROYAL INV. , CO.. 750. PHELAN BLDG.
: THIS IS OUR BUSINESS
SALARY LOANS, $10 to $100. advanced to
honest employes "without security.!' .. No . in-
dorser ; no publicity: your friends,, relatives or
employer will neve-r know. ;
ALL WE WANT IS ' YOUR PLAIN NOTE.
GREAT NORTHERN LOAN CO.. 61ft Phelan
bldg., 6th floor. Office open until 6p. m. Mon-
day and Saturday evenings until 8 o'clock.
PRIVATE and confidential; loans on furniture,
pianos, warehouse receipts, diamonds, .salary
and other security: lowest rates. Rooms 207 .
and 208, 787 Market st. corner 4th; phone |
Douglas 4020, Home J4020.
AAA— HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY
- WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FURNITURE, i
PIANOS. ETC.: $10 to $200: LOW COST: CON-
FIDENTIAL: HONEST AND SQUARE DEAL. \
CALL. WRITE OR PnONE. -
357-9 PACIFIC BLDG.. 4TH and MARKET.
PHONES— DOUGLAS 3265. HOME J1741.
Oakland office— slS First National Bank Bldg.
SALARY I-OANS— SALARY LOANS
SALARY LOANS— SALARY LOANS
Just On- Your Plain, Note.
No indorser; no security; cheapest rates; posi-
tively no'one will know. -
WESTERN LOAN CO.. 408 Call hldg. Office
open till 6 p. m. Monday and Saturday until 8.
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos and other
security; lowest rates; most favorable terms in
this 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 St., southwest corner
Mission, room 35. > |
MONEY loaned salaried people, women keeping
house' and others upon their own names with-
out security; easy payments; save money by
trading here. Offices in 65 principal cities.
TOLMAN. room 949. Phelan bid}?.. San Fran-
cisco, and room 9. 460 13th St.. Oakland.
SALARIED PERSONS. TEACHERS; WAGE
EARNERS AND OTHERS with RENTAL or
FIXED incomes can obtain loans without pub-
licity at reasonable rates at 433 Phelan bldg.
Phone Donglas 3244. .\u25a0 \u25a0"
FURNITURE —
LIFE INSURANCE— ,
SALARIES—
Wage Earners' Investment and Loan Company,
443 Pine st.
AAA— SECURITY LOAN COMPANY.
Money loaned on furniture, etc. : LIBERAL
TERMS; transactions strictly . confidential and
square. 566 Pacific bldg." Phone Sutter 1788.
BALDWIN JEW2LRY CO.,
' • Gold and Silver Smiths.
29-33 Kearny st.
LOAN DEPARTMENT.
AAA — SALARIED men and women -accommodated
without delay or publicity. Home Credit and
Investment Co.. 321 Phelan bldg.. third floor.
AAA — Wage earners, either men. or women, can
make a loan in strictest confidence at the
Employes' Credit Co.. room 424. Monadnock big.
SALARY LOANS — Ladies aad gentlemen without
security; notes and commercial paper bought.
313 Merchants' Ex. bldg. ; phone Douglas 1411.
BORROW money, at 2 p. c. on diamonds. Jewelry.
GARIN JEWELRY CO.. 1118 Market opp. 7th.
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without ln-
dorser. MORRELL. 1022 Monadnock building.
ON fnrnlture and pianos; no removal. TRE-
MAIN. room Sll. 833 Market, next Emporium.
BORROW money at 2 p. c. on diamonds, jewelry.
GARIN JEWELRY CO.. 1118 Market opp. 7th.
ON furniture or pianos:- private party. BECKER,
room 297 Monadnock building. 681 Market st.
SALARY loans; other propositions. San Fran-
cisco Discount Agency. 411 Pacific building. -
MONEY TO LOAN— Real Estate
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate at 5 to S per
cent interest in amounts from .$5OO to •
$1,000,000. TALK IT OVER WITH- US. /
F.DWARDS. RREWSTER &- CLOVER, '
Rotunda. Mills blrig. ..--'.
A A— LICK LOAN CO..' "
Lick building, 35 Montgomery st.
Deal direct. Real estate loans, first and sec-
ond mortgages on" Improved or unimproved prop-
erty; also Installment loan*.- Bank rates.
Phones Douglas J?018.' Home C3QI6.
ANY amount; lowest rates on : first and second
mortgages on real estate, legacies, undivided
interest, estates In probate; .no • delay. R.
McCOLGAN. rooms 502 and 004. Claus
Spreckels (Call) building. Market nnd 3d sts.
ANY amount on real estate, first or.: second mort-
gages, or any security; no delay; lowest rates.
O. W. BECKER, Monadnock bldg.. 681 Market.
MONEY to loan on Oakland," Berkeley. Alameda
and Fruitvale real'estate at. 6' to '7per l cent.
GEO. .W. AUSTIN. 1018 Broadway .'^Oakland.
FIRST mortgages, city; real estate.- 6 per cent.
SJims $3,000 to $50,000. T. E. HA YM AN, Ist
National Bank bldg..' Montgomery and' Post sts.
FIRST and*.- second 'mortgages, any - amount.
SHADBURNE CO., '503^ Monadnock. building. .
FIRST 'and second -mortgages.^ estates, legacies.
H. MURPHY.UBO Sutter st. ;\; - ;
MONEY WANTED
TVANTED— MONEY TO LOAN on gilt edged
first mortgages |on real estate worth ! double
the amount loaned; Interest ;6; 6 to 8: per 'cent
*"per annum;: we have a: number of good appli-
cations - from $1,000 to $50,000. TALK IT
OVER WITH US. * - .
' . EDWARDS. . BREWSTER "& CLOVER,
Rotunda. Mills bldg...
INVENTOR with great invention .'wants to In-
terest man with.' capital: heavier, than air
machine, capable of carrying 50 people. ' Box
202. Call office; .;- * .- ' ; '
$5.500-^-Large 8 room 'dwelling; - 2 1 mantels/, 2
toilets, anto .'\u25a0: entrance."and 3 .bay ' window
rooms; terras $1,000 cash, balance -monthly.
684 2dav., 1 block.- 1 from' park. F. NELSON,:
owner, on premises.-*' ". '. \u25a0 ', - ": "•* \u25a0\u25a0 • '.'•"'•'i i
FOR. sale — 6 new modern ;apnrtment x flat.s Hf-5
nvims each;, also 2' new moilcrn "flats' of -5
• rfMims each;:casv terras and' will (exchange for
-.unimproved.' city property.' ' Applr '-I.>. W.*
COBURN. .454. Dnbocft-av. *-.\u25a0\u25a0-•*"' , /.
NEW. modern '4 room f- and bath ; cottage, halt
block, from- Mission Pt.'cars:' s2o monthly.
OSCAR HEYM AN &; BROTHER,
': \u25a0-.''• .'-'... -113 Montgomery ' st: '\u25a0' ';.\u25a0'• \u25a0\u25a0"_-". .
MODERN. . new P" G \u25a0 room -house;: . bltuminized
; & street; patent .steps,' tinted." paneled;- gas ? and
electric lights,, etc.; on terms; 12th ay.'above
; J St.. Sunset. '-' , .',- .-• \u25a0"• .:'. ; /\u25a0:. .''\u25a0:.:\u25a0- :\u25a0"-' ':" ,
12 ROOM toilet; bath. 2 toilet?; wasbtubs; sunny
; lot. 25x87:6; will exchange for lot;' no reason-
. "able offer refused:y terms to suit. - 1659 Scott
st.;, owners take; mortgage. \u0084. , '.). \u25a0'. :; "
'IF you \u25a0 are [ looking for city property, or ; a' home
in Berkeley, Oakland or Alameda. call or send
. for our new descriptive"" list. ROTHERMEL" &
•;: CO.. 247 Rnss bldg.." gan : Francisco. ' \u25a0'•\u25a0_ . : ,
16 OCEAN VIEW, lots, $100 \u25a0 each : (adv. at > $75
5 last; week). .Room .400 -Mutual' bank; bldg.,'
v-704'acarket-:'Bt.:-.^' ;. ••',:-' '. '\u25a0 -.. •"• : ..' .'>* ; : : '-. "-. '.;
FOR sale— Fine B Reis i tract lot ; bargain. ;. 4254
-18th st.: near Castro.. :'.. .-'-.\u25a0\u25a0 - \u25a0-:-;, -\u25a0•:." \v'i.\.
HAVE . Standard :Title> Insurance Company,* Mills
-;.-\u25a0. bldg.V, insure your, title; ; save time.'; save money.
, THRER '• large : , refugee i'i ; bttages * for :] sale '-'» very,-
_ cheap.' Jn.juire iGiOFolsom st. " ,1
; COUNTRY REAL: ESTATE
1 1 J. W. .WRIGHT :& ! CO. of 228 Montgomery
st..' San Francisco, are 'now. prepared to furnish
reliable ;\u25a0 and - valuable ".; information : relative to
conntry lands. It is- our Intention to advertise
: only in j these columns lands which we have per-
sonally investigated , and which we know tha
value of. \u25a0 \u25a0 - . ;. . .
•.i2ojacres'' between Sunnyvale and • San Jose; on
: ' •' the • railroad- -.- -.;• . ; . - .\u25a0:,.; \u25a0 .r-
\u25a05O acres . in " alfalfa : 4 crops' cut this season.
50 acres ready to-be. put out -In alfalfa. . \u25a0
; 20; acres used for grain- and hay.
* 3 large barns and a good 2 story house. • \u25a0
.--2 i pumping: plants. \u0084-''. .
.Will make anrideal dairy ranch : '-• " •
Price; per acre,, $250. . . .. . \u25a0-. - 1
•First payment, -slo, ooo.; balance. mortgage. • 412
DESCRIPTION OF 25 ACRES IN YOLO
COUNTY
„\u25a0_ • PRICE $4,500
} 2,-> acres; located 1%. miles: from Donigan sta- 1
tlon; on the property is a "comfortable house of
1 rooms; 2 outside buildings for men's sleeping
quarters, etc.; :barn. windmill; 22 acres of this
property •Is in vineyard. S 3 acres in ' family; or-
chard; 15 acres ofivinerard are in seedless sul-
tana grapes and 7 acres of the muscat variety;
soil is sandy loam. 12 feet deep; surface water
4* , mrt at ls f p et and very fine well 'water at
<,« 'set:- these 25 acres, have paid as high as
52,000 a year clear of expense: owners have pur-
chased a _ very large piece of . land, which re-
quires all their time and attention; terms of
sale half. cash, balance 6 per cent. .413
STOCK~FARM
440 acres. 3 miles south of San Jose. 2 miles j
from railroad: 150 acres can be plowed: 5 rdom
house, hard finish; good barn;creek runs through
place; 4 living. springs;: this carries 125 head of
cattle the year round; shade- and shelter for
stock; price $22.50 per acre. .414
_ 12 acres, 2 miles from the town of Sunnyvale.
Santa Clara valley; all out in fruit, prunes and
peaches and apricots; 3 room house: well and
mill; good barn; soil -No. 1; price $5,250; will
pay good income from .crop. j 415
One mile from Cupertino station: 15 acres. In
prunes 10 years old: trees all perfect; soil No. i
1; Price $5,000; mortgage §2,200. . 418
$6,000 — 160 acres - on the Stevens creek, 3
miles from steam and electric car line at Monta
\u25a0wsta station? property fronts on creek; about 6
acres under cultivation and 6 acres in grapes, S
years old; 5 aores bearing fruit trees, apricots.'"
balance of clear land used for hay and acreage
timber: 4 living springs besides Stevens creek;
beautiful stream running diagonal across the
land. There is no prettier place for a gentle-
mans summer home; grand scenery, fishing 'and
hunting ground on your own land; climate Ideal.
This property can . be. made-- to pay Interest on
520.000 and no mountain to climb to get it: 4
room house. . -. \u0084" * 401
640 acres. Lassen co., 6 miles from W.- Pacific
ana half mile from N. C. O. R. and 1 mile from
the new O. P. under construction: all level: no
rock or alkali: can be irrigated from the new
pumping plant ditch recently started in proven
artesian belt; water at 2SO ft.; $10 acre. 406
BEST PROPOSITION EVER KNOWN OF.
2,800 ACRES.
_The property is located 70 miles north of San
rrancisco. Tliere is a water frontage of nearly
( mile!!, and has one of the finest shipping har-
sors on the Coast, so that all merchandise can be
shipped by water at a. very low figure. There is
2.500 acres of land, a portion of which is cot-
;red with tank oak, etc.
There is a dairy proposition with' a creamery
auildinsr. an elegant 12 room ranch house, hard-
wood finished, which cost $10,000 to build; barn,
farming utensils, etc. There are 100 milk cows
or more which are worth at least $40 each; 7
horses worth at least $150 each. There is a lot
of firewood, telephone ajid telegraph posts, which
all/run'- into at least '$20,000. J There are 800
cords of, tanbark at $10 a cord: -There are
350,000 railroad ties which will show a profit of
18c each. . ' . ......
This land runs back quite a little ways from
the Coaut and is Tery well adapted for the rais-
ing of apples, pears, figg. and. . in fact, all kinds
of fruits, there being quite a few. level pieces
\u25a0with abundant water on same.
The price of this property ls $50,000 — $5,000
cash and the balance $10,000 every , six months
thereafter. The owner will give a deed to the
property on the payment of $5,000 and. take a
note for the balance. You will readily see from
the following figures the immense profit there 19
in handling the above holding:
350,000 railroad ties at ISc... .$63,000
Creamery, ranch houses, etc 10,000
SOO cords of tanbark at $10 a cord 8.000
Timber 20,000
7 horses at $150 each 1,050
100 cows at $40 each ..'......' 4,000
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FINE APPLE ORCHARD
We .guarantee this to be worthy of immediate
attention. \u25a0
500 acres, 9 miles from Gilroy, at the foot of
the main range of the Santa Crnz mountains: 100
acres are fruit. 3.500 Newtown Pippins. 1.000
Spitzenbergs. 500 Snyders, about 300,. walnuts.
Age of apple trees from 3 to S years; 100 acres
arable land; 500 acres rolling:, hills, good for
fruit; 100 acres in wood and suitable for nothing
else. Soil is rich black loam : no adobe. . Three
living streams on the property. Level country
road to Gilroy running through ranch for 1 mile;
$10,000 worth of buildings; residence of 9 rooms;
water supplied by gravity all-over farm steadily:
2 baths, ; 2 .toilets,- 2 stationary wash basins;
separate cottage,- with bath, , etc.. for foreman.
Soil and locations on ranch - suitable for raising
Best citron fruits. Average rainfalUfor past 20
jpars-iR 37% inches- per annum. Maximum and
minimum temperature and precipitation .recorded
for the past 20 years, and this record goes to
purchaser. One of the. best oil prospects in the
state. Beautiful grounds, with palms, acacias,
oleanders, etc." Long distance telephone on ranch.
Rural free delivery. Price. $30,000; terms*
Hem Miller's Mount Madonna ranch (a- show
place} about 1' mile south. . Mrs. -Robert Louis
Stevenson' and Mrs.- Frank .Norrls "ha v.e country
residences 1 mile to the northwest. 41S
160 acres. Kelseyvllle;' J) acres of alfalfa, 4
acres of timothy, 3 acres of mixed orchard,
mostly' apples; 12 acres cleared- ready- to culti-
vate. All of. the above ls under -irrigation; 10
acres of ,land can be irrigated if cleared. The
rest is hill land and~is covered with timber and
is good grain or fruit latnd. Wood will pay for
the clearing of the^ land. All fenced and two
streams of water running year round. First
water rights and good ditch.
. 9 room house; ? hot and cold* water piped
throughout house;' 3 •• chicken ~ houses and good
barn; blacksmith shop, hog houses. 7 head of
broke horses, 4 milk. cow s-and 1 calf, 1 colt;
some furniture. Price $6,000: without stock.
$5,000, half down and a year's time or longer
on. the rest, at 6 per cent interest. \u25a0», This price Is
only, till : February., .- • ... \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0.-\u25a0 419
3.500 acres. 3 miles from Coyote. -Santa, Clara
county, 4 miles from Morgan Hill: : about 300
acres of good creek bottom ; 20,000 cords of
wood; 2 good cottages, 1 new; cowbarn 40xir»0;
1 good horse barn: 2 silos, 100 tons each; farm-
ing implements. etc.;l good blacksmith shop.
. Price $35 per acre. .- 410
360 acre dairy ranch in the San Joaquin valley
close to .thriving -town;-- SO acres in alfalfa 40
acres ready for-alfalfa. balance wild-feed; 200
tons alfalfa, CO head of milch cows,- separator,
milk cans, wagona. plow, and mowing machine:
half mile from station; price $125 per acre. 404
46 acres. 3 miles from Watsonville: 12 acres
are choicest bott»tn land, balance good '. f arm
land; will make fine- 20 cow dairy; plenty of
water for any purpose; price per acre $150. 410
30 acres. 2% miles east of Antloch; full bear-
ing almond orchard, produced this year $2 600-
good house, large.barn; splendid location; $7,500.
-\u25a0\u25a0_ ;\u25a0 . -, 411
Two 5- acre lots, close .to :Los Antos: all' in
fruit and berries; .good 4 room houses, barns,
well and mill; both ideal homes; price. $3,250 for
one and $3,750 for the. other. -. 407
6,100 acres in Yolo and Colusa" counties, UA
miles from Rumsey; this place can be made
into good 100 acre cow •" dairy and 2,000 head
sheep range: Cache creek gives a good supply of
water to irrigate MO acres; railroad station 1%
miles, makes it easy for hauling milk and
cheese; $10. :>-, -410
79^4 acres— Town of Martinez; spring supply
400 olive trees, orchard 5 acres. 160 orange trees
in bearing: 24 walnut trees;- house of 14 rooms:
6 blocks from the station; price $15,000: electric
road to ' Walnut creek,. Concord and Martinez-
main line Bay Point to = Antloch. 40s
. 1,400 acres of land 1% miles 'south of Wend-
,llng ' in .. Mendocino county on - the Northwestern
Pacific railroad; about. 100 acres under cultiva-
tion; 15 acres in apple orchard;- about 150 acres
.that, can be cultivated; the balance • pasture
fruit, brush and timber land; most of the timber
has-been cut off. but considerable, red wood,- pine-
and \u25a0; oak left;: fenced and . cross fenced; -good
house, barns nnd' outbuildings; plenty of water
allover the place; N. W. Pacific is surveying
from: Healdsburg to Albion: good hunting and
fishing; price $£2.50 pcr \ acre; terms. '
•/: ; --\u25a0. *'';,' .FRUIT RANCH -^H'-'C
"'5314 acres on tha Sonoma road; 4^-mlleg from
Napa \u25a0 City,.- limits Hndj6 mlles-from Napa City
courthouse:' '"..• \u25a0-, 5 : \u25a0 ' \u25a0 5"!
» \u25a0' 35 acres - In.- rarest i French grapes of.the very-
.finest, varies from I. to 8: years old. and; about
: 2:-acres ; to be grafted;: balance of land goijd.for
vineyard,': grain.- corn.'. -. 'i \ '
.Running creek through the well and
.reservoir wHh:'6,ooP;gallons, spring water. .
-5 rooms 'furnished, with attic and cellar; 20
barrels . and ; about > 300 gallons \u25a0 of .5 : year old
;wine;.-2.: fermenting., bins.: crusher, •- press* and
other tools for -wine making.. :•; •-•»..-'.» - ' ;\u25a0
;v:~ Barn : with 3 stalls, room; and j hay; -3 plowi;'
cultivator; j 40. cases:-, 3 .coops for' chickens;^4
horses, i 2\u25a02 \u25a0: cow*. ' 2 . spring -wagons'; . buggy, !. wagon,
shed. ', pigeon Hoft '; (524 capacity) and- cage .-20x40
xl 4 ;- well -and : windmill. 25,000 ; gallons :. "alfalfa
patch with i irrigation \u25a0 pipe: 4 faucet • sprinkler
hose ; *. 1 ; brooder, "» 2.500 • chicken" capacity : - -. 6
other I brooders,:. 2,500 chickens. \u25a0 making; a ' total
of 5,000: chicken •• capacity: 6 - breeding . hotises
'. with t roost ;" Q 1 sheds,- fenced: with heavy barbed
%wire fence; 1,400 to 1,500 large • pullets beginning
to lay.-. ; v *'--..- •- \u25a0'_\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0:. :. ••;--.-.\u25a0-\u25a0.- -,-\u25a0 -,
\u25a0\u25a0yj About ; 30 -fruit- trees, several oak « trees " and'-
eucalyptus; -2 Incubators -with 2.700 e^s-capacity.
as Place an inside one, ( not on county road, beau-
tifully; located ; I last ; year j got - at . least 40 tons
of .'grapes iand.'thlsSyeair^p. tons: getting now
' 2\i easels \u25a0of eggs, weekly. ; eaclr \ case about ' s2o.
and 'as soon as it begins to rain" I will get from
$300, t0 $400 worth of egg3a;month. . •
'-\u25a0-. . Place >to , : be f sold yon * account . of . accident 'to
owner; price ; ?9, 000. ;'•. - -\u25a0-.; j . r->- 400
'4 J. TV. WRIGHT & CO.. r
'%-^'V-'-i*^.:^V-« 228 ' Montgomery, gt.;- . J "'. '~' J .'...-' .'-.';
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE
'\u25a0 . -' ; '"\u25a0 -'\u25a0*-. Contlnatd
150 FT. BY 150 FT.— BUSINESS CORNER.
65 ft. from Hale Bros.* Department Store.
Car line passing.' - Junction Point 170 ft.
7 story: bank bulldtnjj within 220 ft.
!;"»; 4. banks within 300, feet. -
This 1 is an old;, school- property, that will be
sold, on bids December .7 next aad affords a bet-
ter opportunity ' for the investor" than Stewart
had in the Lincoln school property of San Fran-
cisco. . ;
For full information address
REID & CO.. REAL ESTATE.
41 S. -San Joaquin St., Stockton.
CHANCE .OF A LIFETIME TO PECURB A
1 TO 5 ACRE- HOME AT HAYWARD
At low prices and on easy terms. We are clos-
ing up the Horry W. Meek estate and buyers
must act 'quickly. The electric from Oakland
mns to the tract "very 20 minutes. S. P. and
Western Pacific run through the land. Only 5S
minntes to San Francisco. One crop will more
than pay for tbe land.
Beans prodnoe SfKK) per acre, peas (earliest In
the state) Ssf>o per acre, garlic $«no. tomatoes
$130. cherries and apricots from $200 to $363.
Local, buyers have purchased over $100,000 —orth
in the last fiO days. They know Its value. Only
about 80 acres of the subdivision left. Come out
at' once. Free information. Electric car stops
at our door. !
ROBINSON * GUNNING.
General Agents for Lands of Meek Estate.
553 Castro St.. Hayward. CaL
HONEST VEGETABLE LAND.
" $25 Per Acre. Cash — $25 Per Acre. Gash.
\u25a0 " Rent Will Pay Balance.
Peat and sediment soil: only m miles from
Holt, on the- Santa Fe R. R-. 8 miles from
Stockton, with railroad rate for island farmers
of only lc per mile; steamer landing on prop-
erty.
Absolutely no overflow, perfect drainage and
free irrigation system.
PRODUCES
Onions, $400 to $1,000 par acre.
Asparagus, '$500 to $1,500 per acre.
- Potatoes. 100 to 200 sacks per acre.
Beans. 25 to 40 sacks per acre.
Barley, 30 to 50 sacks per acre.
Price only $150 per acre: $25 per acre cash,
balance $25 per acre per year.
Kxcursions dally: $2.90 covers all expenses.
A. E. PATTEN LAND COMPANT.
425 First National Bank Building.
. San- Francisco. \u25a0 -<&\u25a0\u25a0" ''-! :
LET THE CROPS PAY FOR YODR FARM.
We will sell yon irrigated land In our
MERCED COLONY, adjoining the city limit!* of
Merced, on a CROP PAYMENT PLAN. Make
one payment in cash, then tbe balance of the
purchase price from one-third the crop each
year. In other words, you pay exactly in pro-
portion to your returns from the soli. We hay«
confidence in the productivity of our land or we
could not make this proposition. If yon have
equal confidence in yourself, write us today for
particulars.
10 to 20 acre tracts, $100 to $125 per acre,
inclndlng water right.
CO-OPERATIVE LAND & TRUST COMPANT.
595 Market st., San Francisco.
MODESTO IRRIGATED LANDs!
EASY TERMS. LOW PRICES.
BUY WHERE THE LAND OWNS THE WATER
I am subdividing my ranch fnto 20 acr* tracts,
and offer the first 200 acres at $25 per acre less
than property in the vicinity is sold for. Price
$125 per acre — U do— n. the balance to suit. Ad-
dress J. F. KINGSTON, Owner. R. F. D. Box
70A.. Modesto. Cal.
SANTA CRUZ INCOME RANCH for bay Income;
100 acres nesr S. C: 70 acres cultivated: 50 a.
level; family orchard: spring water piped from
'reservoir to house and yards; fine 9 room house
• with bath; barn, wagon shed, chicken bouses;
estimated 1.500 cords timber: 2 ml. R. R. sta-
tion and town; fine view of m ts_ and ocean; an
ideal country home; price $7,500 cash, terms
or trade. Write for exchange and for sale list.
DAVID L. WILSON. Santa Cruz. CaL
NOTICE. HOMESERKERS— FREE STEREOP-
TICON LECTURES DAILY. 2 p. m.. lecture
. rooms. California Development board, third
floor Ferry building. S. F.. covering 3 connties
in SUNSHINE VALLEY. 120 miles from S. F.;
alfalfa, dairying, hoars, fruits, vegetables, nuts,
, etc.; everything explained by M. C. Coats, the
- county, representative: see him for reliable ma-
a formation and literature on farm lands; he has
nothing to sell. '
GLENN county, is. the, center of, great develop-
ment and opportunity; the horn* of the -'Sac-
• ramento Vallei Irrigation-: company. "Th«
Kuhn Project." " Free - information, literature
»nd Illustrated stereoptfeon lectures at 2:30
: p. m. daily at California development board,
too floor ferry bultding. by R. L. Woods.
$I. SOO— Only $300 cash, balance on "as? terms;
10 acres, partly improved, with house, barn,
chicken houses, . etc. ; only 2 minutes to sta-
tion: ' finest poultry and vegetable Rection:
choicest, most beautiful, most healthful loca-
tion 'In Alameda county. PROGRESSIVE
REALTY CO.. ISO Sntter st.
"GLORIOUS KOOTENAY" British Columbia—
Buy a fertile fruit farm: $10 cash. $10
monthly: no irrigating; delightful climate;
free booklet dg. Investors Trust _ Mortgage
. Corporation Ltd., 134 Hastings st. W., Van-
couver. B. C.
4SJ> acre improved ranch; 7 room house. 2 barns.
7 horses. 2 cows.^hickens. calves, hogs, farm-
ing_ implements, windmill: 5.000 gallon tank,
living spring, orchard; price $7,500: half cash.
See R. ARMSTRONG. 13S Fair Oaks St.. from
4 to 8 p. m.
$450 down and $450 a year for three years buys
15 acres of best land in Llvermore valley,
within 3 miles of Pleasantou.
-F. P. BURR. 29 Bacon Bldg.. Oakland. Cal.
FOR country investments.' farms, stock ranches,
fruit/ and poultry ranches, alfalfa and timber
land, call or send for our descriptive list.
ROTHERMEL & CO.. 247 Rnsa bldg.. S. F.
CHICKEN and fruit ranches near Hayward at
- the lowest cash prices; will accept Oakland.
Berkeley or Alameda Improved property in ex-
change. P. E. BAIRD. 4«S 11th st.. Oakland.
$25 cash. $10 monthly, buys 5 acres of beautiful
level Mand in Alameda county. RICH VAL-
LEY LAND CO.. ISO Sntter st. .
ORCHARD /and land for sale or rent. Address
, Box 152. Brlggs, Cal,
OWNER forced to sell l<* acres: fruit, house.
: $2,500: terras. Kox IS3. Call.
$395 — For 5 C acres in Alameda county. PRO-
GRESSIVE REALTY CO.. 180 Sutter »t.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE
ADAMS POINT BARGAIN.
Finest lot Lakeside tract. 60x120; NE. corner
Statenandßellevue. 1 block south of Grand ay..
facing park strip and lake; will make heavy
sacrifice- for ' quick sale. Owner. ! 1P94 Webster
st. corner Orchard: phone Oak 3590.
$3,000— Mod..' -' 6 room" house, beam • celling*,
polished floors throughout: 5 mm. walk from
Ashby sta.. Berkeley; $300 down, $25 per mo.
and int. 2905 King st. .
$3,400 for 30 lots 25x110 each, adjoining North-
brae tract: this Is half price of single lots.
ROTHERMEL & CO.. 247 Russ building.
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE
PERSONS looking fnr substantial, artistic cot-
tage bungalow. 5. 6 rooms, come ami inspect 3
' Just completed on sunny side of Oak st. north
of San Jose ay.. 2 blocks from Encinal. Park
st. station: hardwood floors, beam ceilings;
clothes and linen closets, combination fLitnr'es:
' steel safe for valuables: stone mantels: buffet
v dining room and-- kitchen; large front, rear
\ porches :\u25a0 cement basement: all fenced: terms.
GEO. H. HOLLIDGE. Phone Alameda 397.
?Sr>o— Lot. 3-"J:4x120. half block from Park st.
station; 2 new. up to date bungalows in Park
st. opp Clinton ay. : big bargain: offer
wanted. G. H. NOPLE. 2418 Webb ar.
$25 CASH. $10 monthly— s acres of th.» best land >
in Alameda countr; rich and leve!. RICH I
VALLEY LAND CO.. 180 Sutter »_:. !
HAYWARD REAL ESTATE^
BE SURE TO VISIT SUNN J Y SLOPE TRACT
BEFOREMNVESTING.
Ideal subdivision for poultry raising. Only 3
miles east of -Hayward. -.
,"* Well watered: fronting on the proposed Dub-
lin boulevard, only 14 mite- to publ:e school, and
you can buy 3, 5 or 10 acre tracts from $75 to
$200 per acre: terms, third down, third « ln 1
year.ithlrd In two years: no interest, no taxes.
• - Why buy a suburban lot when you can get a
choice' tract of this acreage for less money,
from which you can make an independent , liV-
: ing? ,- ; ' ,-\u25a0 - -.\u25a0-.-:.• • • . •\u25a0' *
\u25a0 > Apply to the owner. W. E. PROCTOR. fj_
17th "st*. Oakland,' or to any real estate dealer in
Hayward. ',
I>ACRF. or more in famous Meek orchard tract:
V. electric. and 2 steam lines on land: fruit and
f poultry; -prices right; easy terms; free infor-
'"^ mation. ... :
; "ROBINSON „ GUNNING. •
*?Te*. Hay ward. 22«. Hrvw.ird.
SANTA CRUZ PtEAL ESTATE^
• 9OMES.. ranches., acreage, exchange. -Price list.
; DA VJD ; L> WILSON,-- Santa Cruz,*- Cal. ] ' - .: f_
JJtujZYA l *! J* EAL ESTAT^
NEW 5- room bungalow; «t«t moderß ««_sjfc
ience; 2 fireplaces, paneled and b«a_«d «*_f\
lngi. oak floors: lot 52x130; «SOO *i--_^
ane» to mlt. 1308 Bo«ed_« St«inw«T terrac*
In Froltrale. -
COTTAGE. 4 rooms; modem; $2,200; tew a«. 8.
.A. PLEASANTS. 3*ll E. 14th at., Fr_tTal«.
ELM HURST REAL ESTATE
5 ROOM bungalow: lot 100x125: near local sta-
tion; prlc* $I.7CW>: $S*)O down, balance *P«
cent. A. J. BAIRD. 7243 East 14th. St.. Elm-
bursf. '
BU^NGAME^EAI^^TATE^
BEAUTIFUL HOMESITES.
Visit the beantiful Burlrngatn* hill conntry.
the most beautiful within reach of the «ity. far
surpassing the cross bay localities: tw ia*f« to
th« San Mateo electric car at Sth and -^«»££r:
yon always get a seat — and get off •t-EA»iw_
station, or take the Southern Pacific at Tttirri
and Townsend. Hero is the finest suburban ho— «
site on the peninsula. EASTON ADDITIONS TO
BURLINGAME; beantiful shaded paths, cool .on
the hottest days; all improvements, cement tlfle-
warks. streets, fewer* . water, light and tele-
phone are installed: the home* will appeal to
yon; large lots on easy terras; excellent and fast
train service, twice as fast an to erosw bay
points. For particulars about EASTON address
F. J. RODGERS. MILLS BUILDING. SAN
FRANCISCO. .
REDWOOD CITY Tr ßeal^stat£
A— IMPROVED lots; 5 minutes' walS from Red-
wood City depot: very ««T terms: also acre-
age: send for booklet. BALDWIN & HOW-
ELL. SIS-324 Kearny st.
R^AJL^TAT^JV^XCf^NGE^
FACTORY site abont SCOxS.OOrt ft. on the bnr
near ,San Francisco. Unsurpassed shippinil
' facilities by both rail and water. _*>"*
bnilding«. machinery, large supply of fresh
water, etc. Thi* plant is FOR SALE crjrtli
exchange for income property. Address
FACTORY. 164G O'Farrell st.
TO exchange— Cottages, flats, lot*. bn«_es»
property in Oakland and suburbs. I male a
specialty of exchanging real estate and can
handle any proposition that la good. If TOT- -
want to do business call and see me. * '
D F. MINNEY. 422 11th St.. Oakland.
- Ju*t East of Broadway.
FINE house in 2d »r. near fair site: will ex-
change $4,500 equity for clear property tajjT
near S. F. A snap. WOODMAN REALTY
CO.. 41 Montgomery st.
NICE 7 room bonnse with large lot. n«ar Lak»^
Merritt, to exchange for clear lots, or wtll
exchange for acreage and assume. G. F. A..
e!o DI_SON. mom 25. 957 Broadway. Oak d.
FRUIT orchard near Saa Jo»e, pronea and enta:
wtn exchans* $6.50f> equity for dry property.
WOODMAN REALTY CO.. 41 Montgomery «f-
CLAYTON st. flats: win exchange equity $3.!«*>
for bungalow near S. F.; grand martn* Tiew.
WOODMAN REALTY CO.. 41 Montgom «ry »t.
WANT lots or land for $3.550; cottage, fl rooms:
large lot at 167S 10th af.. Oakland.
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS
Also T*por. shower, sulphur and salt glow,
massage, galvanism, etc.; cures everything etira-
ble: ladies and children. DR. LAURA C. BUST.
1121 Masonic avenne. Mitt. 5707.^492^
SHINGLES. $1.40: rustic. $20: boards. $10;
country orders solicited. 33 10th st. 8. F. o
LEGAL NOTICES
XOTlcfe OF DELIXQUEXT SAX.B
QUINN MILL AND MINING COMTANT.— Lo-
cation principal place of bnsine^s. Saa Francisco.
California. Location works. SllrtT City. Lyaa
county, Nevada.
NOTICE— There are delinquent tb«
described stock on accottnt of assessment Ho. 1
levied on the 4th day of October. I»UX the, sev-
eral amounts set opposite the names of ttn re-
spective shareholders, as follows:
No. ICo.
Names. Cert. Shar«a. Amt.
W. W. Stetson, trustee 7 211 1.0«
W. W. Stetson, trustee 9 204 1.02
W. W. Stetson, trustee 10 12» .63
W. W. Stetson, trusts* 11 231 1.13
W. W. Stetson, trustee 12 310 o 1-5"
W. TV. Stetson, trustee...... 13 313 1.57
W. TV. Stetson, trustee 14 SOO l.!W»
TV. ' TV. Stetson, trustee 15 2<H \u25a0 1.02
W. W. Stet3on. trnstee 1* 63 .32
W. W. Stetson, trustee 17 174 .37
TV. TV. Stetson, trnstee 19 892 1.9«
W. W. Stetson, trustee 2O 82 .2S
W. W. Stetson. truste« 24 57 .29
W. W. Stetson, trustee 25 275 13*
TV. w. Stetson, trustee td Sio 4.05
TV. W. Stetson, trustee 27 ISO. .«•"
TV. "TV. Stetson, trustee.- 2S 19<* .8"
W. W. Stetson, trn stee 2!> S2 .41
W. W. Stetson, trustee.. »... 3O • «57 . 3.2<>
Thomas B. Shannon... 35 100 .' .Sf>
W. W. Stetson, trustee 37 500 2..V*
W. W. Stetson, trustee 3S 500 2.5&
W. W. Stetson, trustee «2 100 .Sf~|
W. W. Stetson, trustee 63 1W .3i> (
W. W. Stetson, trustee 67 100 .V>
W. W. Stetson, trustee 73 100 " .SO
W. TV. Stetson, trustee ~« 100 .30
W. TV. Stetson, trustee »t 100 .50
TV. W. Stetson, trustee 92 100 .SO
TV. W. Stetson, trustee 83 I<*> , .'<>
TV. W. Stetson, trustee S4 100 .5O
W. TV. Stetson, trustee 8.1 100 . .Krt
W. W. Stetson, trustee S6 100 .50
W. TV. Stetson, trustee 8S 100 .50
W. W. Stetson, trustee., 90 WO .W>
W. W. Stetson, trustee 92 ion .-*.<>
W. W. Stetson, trnstee .. fl.l 100 .5O
W. W. Stetson, trnstee 94 . 100 .v>
W. W. Stetson, trustee 10S 50 .2%
TV. W. Stetson, trustee 100 50 .2"
W. TV. Stetsou. trustee 110 50 .2-'
W. W. Stetson, trustee 112 W> • .2"
W. TV. Stetson, trustee 114 tt> .2". r
W. W. Stetson, trustee 115 3O .25
W. TV. Stetson, trustee 12." 50 .21
TV. W. Stetson, trustee 12*? 5O .2*
W. TV. Stetson, trustee 127 5O .2*
W. W. Stetson, trustee 132 5O .2-'»
W. W. Stetson, trustee 157 25 .IS
W. W. Stetson, trnstee 138 25 .13
W. W. Stetson, trustee 139 23 .13
W. W. - Stetson, trustee 160 25 " .IS
W. TV. Stetson, trnstee Ist 25 .13
W. W. Stetson, trustee 163 25 .13
W. W. Stetson, trustee IS2 1,000 R.OO
TV. W. Stetson, trustee..... .lS.l 1.000 5.P0
W. TV. Stetson, trusfe IS4 LOW* S.rift
W. W. Stetson, trustee lXi l.Oflrt s.f«>
W. W. Stetson, trustee ISfi 1,000 5.00
TV. TV. Stetson, trnstee 137 500 2.3rt
W. W. Stetson, trustee 1S» 500 2.3'>
W. W. Stetson, trustee 130 500 2..V>
W. W. Stetson, trustee IJ>l 500 _.V>
TV. TV. Stetson, trustee. M 3 500 2.30
W. W. Stetson, trustee 103 500 2.50
W. W. Stetson, trnstee 1M SOO 2.30
W. W. Stetson, trustee 1"» • S»v> 2.30
W. W. Stetson, trustee I!*J 500 2-50
W. W. Stetson, trustee 197 50f> 250
W. W. Stetson, trustee 10S Rno 2.3 ft
TV. W. Stetson, trustee 19» 500 2.50
TV. W. Stetson, truste* 2"O noo 2..V>
W. TV.- Stetson, trustee 201 5(10 2.'0
W. W. Stetson, trnstee 202 50r> 2.30
W. W. Stetson, trustee 203 SOO »5O
W. TV. Stetson, trustee 204 300 2.3f>
W. TV. Stetson, trnstee 2<V» 50f> 250
W. TV. Stetson, trustee 20« ."WO 2.50
W. W. Stetson, trnstee 21f> ICO JKf\
W. TV. Stetson, trustee 212 100 .W
W. W. Stetson, trustee 21.1 100 .so 4
W. W. Stetson, trustee 2!« 100 .30 /
W. W. Stetson, trnstee 217 100 .30
W. W. Stetson, trustee 21* 100 .50
W. W. Stet3on, trustee 21!> 100 .30
W. TV. Stetson, trustee 220 100 .50
TV. W. Stetson, trustee 221 100 30
W. W. Stetson, trnstee 222 100 .so
W. W. Stetson, trustee 21>3 100 .50
W. W. Stetson, trnstee 300 100 .so
W. W. Stetson, trustee 37M 50 2X
W. W. Stetson, trnstee 374 SO .25
W. W. Stetson, trustee 375 SO .25
W. W. Stetson, trustee 402 st> .23
W. W. Stetson, trnstee 403 BO .25?
W. W. Stetson, trnstee ..405 SO «>5
G. R. Hofer, trustee 408 100 JSO
G. R. Hofer. trustee 400 5O .25
S. B. Wakefleld & Co.. trustees.4lo 30 .23
W. W. Stetson, trustee 415 SOO 400
W. TV. Stetson, trustee 41« 3 .«2
W. TV. Stetson, trustee 41H 7 .04
Laing _ Ruggles, trustee*.. .419 100 .30
Laing & Ruggles. trustees. . .420 100 .30
W. E. Norwood, trnstee 422 3" 02
S. B. Wakefleld & Co.. trustee*. 42» SO .25
S*. B. WakefleM & Co.. trustees. 424 SO .25
Charles M. Buford 42* 50 .25
William MePherson 427 50 .25
L. R. Mead 423 30 .35
And in accordance with law and the order of
tbe board of directors* meeting on tbe 4th day
cf October. 1910. so many stares of each parcel
of sal<! stock aa may be necessary, will be sold
I at public auction at the of flee of the company.
\u25a0 room 847 Mills bnilding. San Fraaeiset*. Califor-
nia, un THURSDAY, the 15th day of December
1 IDIO. at the hour of 3 o'clock p. m. of said day,
to pay ssid delinquent assessment thereon to-
gether with the cost of advertising and expenses
of sale. \u25a0?'„"» -
E. P. GOSLING. Seer etsry.
Office — fi47 Mill* bnlMing. corner Bnxb. tad
Montgomery streets. San Francisco. California.
MRS. N. JOHNSON bavins bonrtt lodging hot:*«
at tll3Ein« st from Mrs. Howard, all bills
must be presented before Nov. • 29. 1910.
PROPOSALS AND BIDS
PROPOSALS will be received at the Bureau nt
Supplies and Ac-ounts. Nnvy Department. Wash-
ington. D. C. until to o'clock a. m.. December
I 20. .1010. an>f publicly -opened immediately tbe— •-
I after, to furnish at the navy yard. Mare Island.
Cat., etc.. a «|iiantifv of naval supplies, as fol-
lows: j»rh. ."!002: Steam drop hammer. — Son.
3120r Wire nail*, paint brushes, flax canvas.
; velnur clotli. cork life Jackets. — Sch. 3121: Ore-
c>n ,piw.-Sch. .".122: Tallow, spar varnish.
pa?nt.». ete.—Soh. 5123: Steot, Russia iron Sei s
3124: Maznea'a hl>vk eorerlnc. rubber boo*. p<Oi7
ash. copper pipe.- -Sen. 3125: Pencils, memoran!^
. •tarn .pad*.- . Applications foe proposals shonM
d"signatf» tae «rhe<lu!«>s ueslceil \>y number. Blank
p— twwals. will b«» furnished upon application to
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