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Jc,^. 1 , r *l' m «rtd*»ncp. modern !n trerr
cti'r \u2666 '• <>n , ss< ,^ r *^XK> to fIO.OOO in Vav
city projiorty: ltslairc« trrius
•5 •<•». near St. Htlcjia: 10 minutes to
i.i-« « i!^° : a<<ros "rchard nn.l garden.
i-« SSJ ""? • >ast « r « > : O"d " room house.
l«ra. s chicken Ikws«.s: sprinc water: gas en-
LT^K'' S°M m L° «'<Hinty road; $5,000; «x-
«han?e for Onkland rtroperty
1 4 acres r,o ar Walant Creek: H choice ral-
I<y land, l-alajw ppMure.and tlm»»er. rolling:
far.^.y orcl-.nrd: S room house, pood barn: fine
te«ni «f horses; 250 chickens: mi implements.
etc.; exchange f nr Oakland home
3 stores and 4 flats, well lasted iv Berke-
lf.y to exchanc*. for slfslfa land .»r apple or-
\u25a0•iierrt: r>H<-o $15..Vx"t: morteape $5 SOO
TAYLOR BROS CO.. 1236 Rwdy. o'sWlan.l. Cal.
tt. h. JOHNSON. Mgr. Country Dept. i
Fftrt «.alP— 10 acres; youag fruit trees, straw- !
Iwrnee.. raspberries and loganberries: 3 acres
good pasture; 4 room cottajro. furnished: large
barn... chicken bouses, chickens, ducks. 1 cotr.
1 heifer. 1 horse and surrey: water piped to
inusc; mile from school and store; 014
rlectr c c?r line. Addres« A. J. BROWN, R.
• F i. p s°' "\u25a0 bos 17S - Sebastopol. Csl.. or get
fj st Tumpr station.
Gl^ N^ "»\u25a0*» is «*\u2666 W"!er nr en>at develop-
ment snd opportucltv: the home of the Sac-
rßcsento VslJey irrlssttoTi coaipany. "The
i ia .-, ProsePt " Fret * ''n'oraatloa. nteratnre
i3(l >;.!j!=tr«ted stT-r^ortticon 'ectm-^s ar 2-30
T. in. flatly at California • 1 »»<»lon:uent bo»rd.
<op f.nrr ferry hni'dine. hy !>. 1^ Wood*.
Buy* n*w 4 room hunjralow. 43d and Telegraph;
bath, toilet, fire grate; modern; price $2,100.
Bnys r. room cottage; close to 14th st. cars; east
r>t Melrose; near fin«> school; honse t>uilt 2
years: with lot 100x100; barn, chicken house;
bareain; f 2.000.
4 room good fottape. Fruitvnle; close to 14th St.,
cloee to S. P.; price '$1,950.
9 room, small msnsion. occupied 00 days; 2 glass
doo<- sleeping porches. 4 other bedrooms, li-
brary. <3<>n. reception hall 14x17: all large
r>--on>s; every possible contrivance of conve-
nience in artistic effect: cement laundry, fur-
nace. l*rjre cooling room off kitchen, large rew
jrss renjre. kitchen linoleum, etc. : owner liigh
COTemuicnt official, has been ordered away. !g
.Ruse of sale: district Cl.wmont; half cash.
balance mortenge; a swell home la a corre-
sponding locality.
1350 rAFH_43O MONTHLY.
5 room house*. 4 bedrooms; 35th st. near Grow;
ck.*e in; splendid bargain home; lot 38x140;
«.!icice of 2 •'. room cottnges; nearly new and nil
modern: cose ;o Piedmont Key Route: 82.R00
*nd $3,300; fine bonics; in excellent, warm cli-
Fruit vale; close to 14th st. cars and S. P.: 4
lovely rootns. sll oak rasntpl: brand new: Wg
Jot., with driveway; the swellest little home
th=t is enrwhere purchasable; price $2,500.
Buy* r, room bungalow; ceiled: built 2 years: has
3 lots; th<> bouse stands on one lot: 2 blocks
to East 14th st. cars; in east end; price $1,500.
North Oakland. Piedmont. Adams po!nt. Berke-
ley. Alsmc-ds. Fruitvale, Elmhurst. Melrose. East
Oak!xn<i: cash prices $100 to $500. balance
monthly payments <-,f about what tire property
r«nts for: no tricks: every property record
s«>*rcbpd: all purctnse aprr-enieuts recorded: a
de»l to all.
We «re th« "horo<? sellers." Call, write or j
ph^ne i:*.
1110 Clsy st. hetwoeii luth and l"th.
Tflcptione^ — Oakland 2«25; Home A-2542.
•-14-12IC Brosdwar. Oakland, Cal.
Jis.noo — Ijtfcpsid* corners nre scarce: this is the
cbefipesf. choice c]o«p In comer with
!»ke and park front in Oakland: on fine
I^'ulersrd that vll] double values in the
near future. (98 1
$4.<Vio— Fin* ft room home: up to date in prery
particular: 44x105; near 55th Vt. Key
Rout* station. (14SD)
$3. 50/> — Modem bungalow. 6 rooms; rery at-
tr«ctiv«> Interior: 2 entrances; choice 10.
c»tion; arar Linda Vista. <103)
$^.2"jru_ Cozy bangaJow. ." ronms; ?.5xl00; near
Z*xh *t.. east .of Broadway. (116)
$2.f.so— Corner bungalow. 5 mantel, ca*.
\u2666lectriclty; cv>d' clean lc«csTion near Clare-
mont ay. Key Rome station. (65>
$«."r>0 — Two stores and flats above; income' $100
r-er month: in prominent street, close In:
$4,500 mortgage caa remain; hag a fine
future. • (474)
$7. n /in — Beautifully located corner in strictly
htfrh class resH'-iicp district: 100x116:
snrronndM by homes costing $10,000 to
S.Vi.riOO: few such properties to be had at
any price so close in. (99 1
I_l*-I_l6 Broadway, Oakland. Cal.
$2.100— A furnished house of #5 rooms, modern;
lot SQxCO; street work done: 2 blocks to
car and station: easy payment*.
J2.2o'V— A choice corner lot. 40x100; a modern 5
room cottage; 2 blocks to car: easy pay-
ments. '
$2.< V*> — A modern 5 room cottage and basement
suitable for a 6tor»; lot SOxlfiS. fronting on
2 streets and carline; bituminized street;
easy payments.
$4.00*1 — Two f, room flats: lot 41ix150: near Grove
sd<l 55th st. Key Route depot; $2,600
mcrtyssro can stand.
fi>r,n — x,«y r.Oxir,o. with 4 room cottage; well
and fruit trees; half block to car; easy
]0.->s Broadway. Oakland.
taylor beos. & co.,
1236 broadway. oakland. cal.
p:ntig^ly cement finish.
$">.7r.n_r, rooms and larpe basement, in the
finest residence section bordering the lake.
fij.fiOO— 7 larjre rooms, den and slepping porch:
outside plaster finish: hardwood floors;
c-aey terms; reduced prices.
FjwviaJ Inducement to any one desiring to build
new homes; plan* and specifications fur-
nlstied and hullt to suit customers.
KINK 3 apartment building, consisting of 2 4
room apartments. fitt«"d with fireplaces, wall
l>«>ds. liardwivxt floors, instantaneous hot water.
j^nd 1 *• room apartment elepanitly fitted up
frr * liome: beam celling living room l'ix2o:
4inins poora paneled in oak: larpe billiard
room, hathroora and shower bath wainscoted
jn <tpa!i>.tic slass: beautiful* art glass win-
dow; roof garden 24x40. with fine view of lake
and city: anto jrarsre, etc.: located 7 minute*'
tv»!k from center of Oakland; price MC.O00:
mortgage $10,000 can remain. ' The 2 small
rrisrtmcnts pay interest on the whole Invest- ;
ment. For information call 1420 Broadway. [
Phone 253S Oakland, Sunday and evening
phone Oakland 7»39.
fT.I cash. $10 monthly — 1 1 4 iftory house. 5 rooms,
bath, hard finish; good well or city water;
surrounded by trees; electric lights can be
had: good sized lo*. fenced. 7."xlO0; lots are
worth $1,200; will sell all for $1.550.
$_-"<0 cash, $.10 monthly — House, 6 rooms;
barn, chicken bouses, fruit trees, flowers:
beautiful lot, 75x1.V); 2 blocks to cars and
echnol*: price for all $1,900.
$5 cash. $5 monthly for good lots. 2.*ix105:
not far from car- and schools; will sell 50x105
for $10 cash and $5 monthly; price for 23x100
Call or send for circular, 45S 9th et. near
Broadway. Oakland. H. Z. JONES, owner.
_ . _______
fTiOO rash: modern residence. 7 large room«
nud batu. surrounded by beantiful homes, in a
irurid location in East Oakland, and handy to
cars: owner paid $4,2<>0 for this property Just a
f.sj«irt tim«* »go. but is in need of ready cash
and Is willing to sacrifice for a quick sale. If
interested, call and see me at once, as tills is
something tiiat will last but a few days.
>-- 46R 11th St.. Oakland.
f f; o.v) a comer 7 room house, built by. day
IMwir for a liom* 2>4 years, ago; cost $5,750;
jot is worth $2,250; modern in all respect*:
crand view of city, bay and hills: 7 minutes'
ride by *>lpc-rrics from city hall: restricted
residence district: owner ha* come into pott-
wssion of other property and must make a
Chung* of lia*.e; will kcII to reliable parties
for $6.?.W st ihclr •»«rn-tcnus: principals only
need afipii'. Bux 3204, Call office, . Oakland. J
Continued •
If yun want • horn? In good location and on
easy terms, call and see me. We have them.
$3.450— 1n Muda Vista terrace: swellest resi-
dence section in all Oakland; fine, modern home
of fi rooms, etc.; see It. -
$S.SOC» — Modem 5 r<«»m bungalow, close to
WnlswortU ay.; it's <U1 right.
$4,000—2 story bungalow, close to Moss ay. ;
fine location; \u25a0 good bny.
27 feet 0 inches for $550; street work all
done: close to IDth ay.
M feet, close to San Pablo ay. and Key
Route station; goes for $27 per ft.
FAIRMONT AY.. 50x200: choice location for a
fine home; good Improvements all round It: fine
homes on each side; $69 per ft. takes it, Jf
sold at once.
", No. 19 Bacou block.
„.: — —
$5.500 — A first class property paying $260 per
month clear of expenses; particulars with
the Alden Co.
$S50 — 6 room cottage and lot near East 14th
St.: Re fare, to town.
$850 — 2 room house. 15x16 each room, with lot
50x140. A giveaway by the ALDEN CO.,
1 011314 Broadway. Oakland. '
Madison st.. 2". ft. north of sth $1,600
Spur treck frontage. 253 ft $5,000
Melrose, new cottage, corner. 5 rooms. . .sl.7.*K>
Alameda. 150 ft., on streetcar*, sewered.. Sl. OoO
Ist ay.. business corner at E. 14th... $4,000
$1.200 — Good equity: trade for business. .$1,200
PL' RAY SMITH. 1015 Broadway. Oakland.
REAL bargain---Sunny 5 room cottage, high baae-
roent; lot 60x100: lawn, fruit trews, berries,
flowers; large chicken yard; price $3,400,
worth $4,000. How much can you ; pay down
and how much per month? Owner going away.
5002 Dover Bt. near 51st and Grove.
Finest lot Lakeside tract. 60x120; NE. corner
Staten and Bellevue, 1 block south of Grand ay.,
facing pnrk strip anfl lake; will make heavy
sacrifice for quick sale. Owner, 1994 Webster
Bt.. corner Orchard. Phone Oak. 3590.
NEW v> room bungalow, pretty, modern and up
to date, cobblestone front, marine view, eloee
to cars and Claremont Key Route station: $150
cash, halance $30 per month, price $3,R00. O.
M. BULLOCK. 1420 Broadway. Oakland.
TWO FLATS, 4 and 5 rooms, Oth st. near Cen-
ter. Oakland; rentals $40: mortgage $2,000:
equity worth $2.000. but $750 cash, takes It;
owner needs rendy money: a big snap. Box
294, Call office. >
'a BARGAIN— S2 000.
An up to date. 4 room bungalow; fine locality.
6509 Dana st. near 61st.
GREAT bargain: lot 40x130: near cars. See
owner. 475 23d St., Oakland^
FOR sale — 5 room cottage: cheap; easy terms.
5218 Market ft.. Oakland.
$2,100— A fine 4 room cottag^. modern every way:
neighborhood select: on carline; clo«e to
school and station: terms to suit.
$2,300 — A swel! 5 room home, latest style and
new; beamed ceilings, sideboard, etc.; $300
down, balance like. rent.
$2.550^ — 5 room modern cottage, on sunny side
of select avenue; close to station, school,
carline and playgrounds: large lot and all
home comforts; see this: terms.
53,000 — New style bungalow: owner must remove:
5 rooms, beamed ceillnes: lot 35x125: close
to school, train*, carline and playground;
$500 cash and $25 monthly.
'$3,S<O0 — A fine 5 room cottage, with basement
and attic finished; a stronp. well built
home, that i« sure to Increase in value;
close to station, carline, school and play- \
grounds; terms.
S4.COO— A fine 6 room story and a half home,
complete with all the wrinkles of up to :
date construction: sun parlor^ and deck;!
cooler with Jcenox; beamed ceilings: pan-
eled diniag room; a perfect gem; 30 ft.
additional frontage enn be had for $1,400;
lot 3iixlso; $1,000 cash will handle.
$4.500 — We hsve a splendid new 6 room cottage
on one of the best streets in Oakland, to
exchange for income producing Improved
country property of like value*. Any ex-
chance offered must be free and clear and
stand the closest scrutiny.
$3.850 — We have 55 acres in the Great Lodi
\u25a0 Table Grape Belt, with Improvements of
only nominal value: sll fenced: land art-
joinins s^i for $115 per acre; will sell!
for cash or trade for'g'iod Income property j
in Oakland cr Alameda.
1350 Park St.. Alameda. Phone Ala. 734.
Residence Phones — Ala. 2311 and Alatneda 713.
Office clewed all day Sunday. Appointments by
THE following property we are selling on most
reasonable term?. If any appeal to you, do
not fail to «cc us:
An S room house, just completed, on sunny
eide of street in select neighborhood: artistic
in design: snnny; everything strictly up to
date; couple of blocks from station; lot 4Oxl IS;
price $5..V»0.
A fin* little cottage, modern. 40 ft. front-
ace; a couple of blocks from center: sunny,
complete in every detnil; price $2,750; most
reasonable terms. Beats paying rent.
Fire room cottage ju handiest part of our
city: newly cone over: modern plumbing, ar-
tistic fixtures, high basement; lot 46x100; only
L»t 50x150. 1n finished street; centrally
lo"ated: for quick snle. $1,250.
We have a number of properties to ex-
chanpe. We will furnish the lot and bnlld to
suit you. after your plans and sjleeificatlons,
on easy terms.
141 S Park st. Alameda. Cal.
PERSONS looking for substantial, artistic cot-
tage bungalow. 5-6 rooms, come and 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 fixtures,
steel safe for valuables, gxone mantels, buffet
dining room and kitchen: large front and rear
porche*: cement basement: nil fenced: terms.
GEO. H. HOLLIDGE. phone Alameda 397.
I $1,750 for a 5 room cottage. In good condition:
10t* 37:6x120; on one of the finest avenues
in Alameda: cash or terms.
$3,000 for a new. elegant 5 room bungalow: lot
42:6x109; small cash payment, bal. same
as rent.
H. G. MZHRTKSg. 1600 Webster et.
$I.SSO— A snap; worth $2,000; beautiful building
lot, sunny side; best arenue and finest loca-
tion In Alameda. Address, at once, L. P. F.,
733 Merchants' Exchange. San Francisco.
$25 CASH. $10 monthly— s acres of the best land
In Alameda county; rich "and level. RICH
VALLEY LAND CO.. 160 Sntter st. \u25a0^
150 FEET on sewered street, at East End. $1,000.
DU RAY SMITH. 1015 Broadway. Oakland.
1922 Frultvale ay. corner Boulevard.
$4,200— -Elegant new 2 story 6' room house, with
all the late conveniences and beautifully
finished throughout; all sunny room*, with
sleeping porch on' second story: lot 40x120.
with driveway: high elevation, fine view;
restricted locality: street and walks oom>
plete; will sell on .very easy terms, or will
exchange for good lot as first payment.
$3.950— A bargain: beautiful 6 room house. 2
'story, strictly modern; fine corner lot,
100x125; high ground: grand view; room
to build 3 more houses on lot ; near school
and carline; terms.
$3,ooo— Brand new •» room cottage, hath, pantry,
laundry, etc.; artistic mantel and china
cabinet; paneling and beam ceiling In din-
ing room: large front porch: sunny : sld<»
of street; lot 40x101: grand view; re-
stricted locality; utreet work all done; very
ea*y terms.
$2,500 — Beautiful new cottage, 3 rooms and bath,
pantry, laundry, etc; good reception hall ;
fine lot. 35x100: swell location; close to
Frultvale ay.; easy terms.
$2.000 — Furnished bungalow, 4 rooms and bath,
pantry, laundry, all furnished complete:
fine lot. 30x101: fruit trees, berries and
flowers; chicken houses and chickens,
everything goes. This is it bargain. Clone
in. 2 blocks from this office. .
We have 5 and 6 room cottages and bungalows
In course of construction,' with all the latest
devices: large lots; street work and walks com-
plete; restricted neighborhood; near 2 carllncs.
Will sell on very easy terms, the same as pay-
Ing rent. Come and look over our list. Always
open for business. Apply to
Corner Frultvale ay. and Boulevard.
4 room modern bungalow, near carline and
local, in sunny Fruitvale; large pantry, china
closets, fireplace; 2 bedrooms, reception hall;
only $75 Nlown and $20 per month, - including
5 room modern cottage. In beautiful Boule-
vard tract; only $50 down and $25 per month,
including interest; a beauty and a bargain;
save your rent.
$Sso buys a 3 room bungalow, nicely fur-
nished throughout:" only $150 down: and $15
per month, including Interest;: near carline nnd
local; large lot; nice location; lot alone worth
the price.
$2,500-~ssoo cash, balance like rent, for a beau-
tiful, modern 5 room rustic: bungalow In that
part of Oakland known"" as Upper Frultrale;
near the redwood road; this strictly up to date
borne bas a large living room, with clinker
brick mantel, ' lnglenook, built In - book cases,'
large pergola porch; -commanding : a view of
the San Francisco and San Leandro bays; and
the Piedmont hills, but a half mile array; the
buffet kitchen Is a dream; lot 37:6x120: with
all improvements: for financial I reasons . the
owner is compelled to sell this place;. Jnst com-
pleted and never occupied: easily worth $2,P00;
mortgage of . J1.5C0 can remain.
- C. C.ADAMS &. CO.' *
613 Pacific a y,. Alameda. Cal.
i Phone Alemada 30SG. • ,
s7,7so— Substantial,^ 0 . room house, east of , Col-
lege, In fashionable part of city; ' lot *50r
120, with stable; house has 3. fireplaces. 5
liedrooms, and 1b Well worth your attention
If yotj trant H'good home. • . -, - <
$6,250 — 8- room bouse, 3 blocks - north from
Berkeley station; • south' frontlot, 43x135;
. bouse , modern and only 5 years old: 5 b«d-
room«, - combination ; ' gas and electric fix-
tures, open fireplace; nice garage- and
. stable with -hayloft. -^, This. Is 3 ;mlnutesV
walk • to : all trains, - cars and th« heart of
business: mortgage of $3,000 can stand. '
$3,500 — $ room cottage 5n Francisco et.. which
' we cold to owner 2 years ; ago for $4,00O;
easy terms. . ' "-';-"v
$2,750 — 5 room cottage on corner 40x100; 'this
•cost owner over $3,000, but must be sold
soon; about half cash. \u25a0\u25a0-. ' '\u25a0-'?>*&&&&&$
53,000 — Double cottage of 7 rooms. • 4 " on one
side and 3 on the : other ;. separate en-
trances, baths, toilets, etc.; lot 40x132:
rents for $24. which Is lowest ever rented
for: $1,000 cash- will take. lt.
We have bargains in lots In all parts of Berke-
ley. . • .
De KAY & CO., Dwight war nation.
2505 Shattuck ay. . Phone Berk. 119.
$4,650. .
, Dainty, new. 6 room bungalow '\u25a0 for sale on
exceptionally easy : terms. Hardwood Boors in
i main rooms: all floors finished and polished'
throughout: beam ceilings, tile mantel, paneled
walls, tinted throughout; lot 37:6x150. approx.
Terms.' ssoo cash, balance $40' per month, inter-,
est '6 per cent net.
See our ad In the county land columns of
this paper.
: JUSTER &- BAIRD. 2138 Center st.
SPLENDIDLY buijt. almost new, 6 room house,
story and a half, shingled, paneled " dining
room, big closets and plenty of- them, open
fireplace, eas nnd electric light; beautiful : lot,
40k1 3.1. full of Inrge fruit tree*: an Ideal home
in first class condition at i a sacrifice of about
$000 below Its value on account of forced sale;
price $:5.400. and $500 cash, or maybe less,
will handle it. Situated close in; Virginia st.,
within 4 blocks of U. C. .
IV. K. DENBIGH, Real Estate, 2141 Center st.
FOR $1,150, on easy terms, you can buy a beau-
tiful bungalow site .in Berkeley's" finest resi-
dence district; 40 minutes from San Francisco;
S. P.'s new electric service takes yon direct
to this tract for onfefare; It is the cheapest
and the finest home site property around the
bay. For maps, price list; etc.. and full In-
formation see _W. R> ELLIS, room 423 Monad-
nock building. San Francisco. •
$3.700 — Here's your chance to buy a modern
home In Berkeley: near high school; S rooms;
lot ROxlSO: east front: 7 foot basement: 6 per
cent mortgage of $2,300 can- -remain; only
$1,400 cash required: price cut to this low fig-
ure for quick sale. See W. R. ELLIS, 423 Mo-
' nadnock building, San Francisco. >s^
BEAUTIFUL 7 room house: best location, east
of College, north of Wooisey; finished under
day Inspection; large lot and garage. If you
have taste you will be pleased with entire
finish: nothing . cheap; best of woods: price
$fi.fcOO: .*5OO cash, balance $.10 per month. Ad-
dress C. A. P.. 6437 Benvenue ay., Oakland.
2 DANDY little bungalows, 4* and '5 rooms
each; modern, cozy; good. lots; sunshine and
view; in attractive part, of North Berkeley:
price $3,000 and $2,600: nothing down to re-
sponsible buyers. $30 per month buys them:
your rent money will do this. C. A. P., 6437
Benvenue ay.. Oakland.
SNAP in a Berkeley home: will sell below cost
on account of business out of town; house has
5 rooms with bath, laundry and sleeping deck;
is new and mpdern: a good Income proposition.
Address or see J. V. ELLIOTT, 2430 WooUey
st.. Berkeley.
BARGAIN — Modern 2 story residence. 10 rooms,
2 baths: also cottage, with bath, in rear:
close in; part cash; no trade. Owner, 2326
Grant st., Berkeley.
SUNNY, cozy 5 room modern cottage. on l'ot:3ox
135: zood location: easy terms. 1656 Stuart
st.. Berkeley. ' .
532 Castro st. Hayffanl. Cal.
swell homcsltes: only n mile from school;
2'i miles from Heyward; EASY TERMS.
$125 to $17.> per ncre — New subdivision; 5 acres
up; fin« location for chicken ranches; \u25a0 no
better bny in the country; easy payments;
no interest, no taxes; 1^ mile from school;
4 miles from Hayward.
17 ACRES — 7 room house, barn," chicken houses,
more than $2,000 in improvements, home
orchard: y, mile from school: 4 miles from
Ha.vward; only $4,500; 1-3 cash. bal. easy
payments: no interest, no taxes.
DAIRY RANCH— ISO acres finest level alfalfa
land: 200 yards from R. R. station: 14
miles from Oakland; on main county rood;
low price for quick sale.
10 acres — New 7 room house; all modern conven-
iences; good outbuildings, liorse, cow. 200
chickens, vehicles. Implements; very at-*
tractive place; only a mile from electric
CRr: on main county road: $7,500.
1 A SWELL CHICKEN -RANCH— 4% acres fine
home orchard : pretty f> room cottage 1 ; fine
outbuildings: 800 chickens, horse, cow. ve-
hicles, implements: everything first class;
2'bloeks from R. R. station; 1 block from
school: snap price for quick sale.
620 acres — $70 per acre; fine, modern improve-
ments: swell home \u25a0 of 10 rooms; 55 acres
of orchard; 450 acres for cultivation ; very
attractive place; 4 miles from Haywnrd;
— will exchange for GILT EDGE property,
San Francisco or Oakland.
532 Cflftro ct. Ha.vward. Cal,
$75 TO $150 PER ACRE.
Tracts of 5 to 10 acres.: 36 miles from Hay-
ward: ideal for poultry; on main county road;
one-third down, one-third in 1 year, one-third in
2 yaars; no'lnterest. no taxes; a snap for the
first buyer: new subdivision.
S.C. SMITH. Manager.
515 Castro st.. Review building.
2 or 3 chicken ranches to rent.
Ideal subdivision for poultry raising. Only 3
miles east of Hayward. . \
Well watered: fronting on the .proposed Dub-
lin boulevard, only M mile to public school, and
you can bny 3. 5 and 10 acre tracts from $75 to
$200 per acre; terms." third, down, third In 1
year, third in two years; no interest, no taxes.
Why buy a suburban lot when you can get a
choice, tract of thl« acreage for less moftey, from
which yon can make an Independent living?
Apply to the owner, W. E. PROCTOR. 662
17th st.. Oakland, or to any real estate dealer in
Hayward. - „ » '
Now Is your time t6 securp a 10 acre ran"h near
HR.vward for $750: one-third cash; have It all
paid for by. 1915. then «ell.
Dairy ranch of 100 Rcres: good bulldinKs;
adJoinlng-Hstyward; a good bargain at $11,000.
; Apply to . WARREN & DARDEN,
. 535 Castro St., Hayward, Cal.
1 ACRE or more In famous Meek orchard 'tract;
electric and 2 steam lines on land; fruit and
poultry; prices right; easy terms; free Infor-
mation. •
Tel. Hay ward 226. Bavward.
SOME bargains in small chicken ranches for sale
by EDEN LAND CO.. 531 Castro St., Hayward.
$4.500 — New 6 room- bungalow 1 In Burlingamc;
one of those. attractive homes, with large rooms.
porches, etc.: large lot uon the sunny side of; the
street: house contain* 0 large rooms: there are 2
fireplaces, seats, book circs, etc: the plumbing is
of the very best: the bungalow hns clinker brick
foundation and trimmings, outside: the lot is
above the street: terms 120 , per- cent cash, and
the balance can be paid the same as you are now
paying for rent.
. $6.riO0 — Terms $1,000 cash, balance easy
monthly payments; a brand new 2 story house.
near the station and electric cars Inßurlingame;'
nicely located, with pleasant, surroundings, in-
cluding- trees, etc. : all street work -done: side-
walks and macadamized road:, the rooms are all
pleasant, with an Hbuadsnce of sun: the rooms
are all large, the living room being 13x17 feet,
the- dining room .liiVsxiO l^ feet: -there are . also
den and snn porch, besides 4 bedrooms, 12x17
feet each. '
Visit the beautlfnl Bnrllngame hill country,
the most beautiful : within reach of the city, far
surpassing the cross bay ..'localities; transfer to
the San Mateo electric car at; sth and Market —
yon always ; get a seat — and ' get oft* - at. EASTON
station, or take the Southern - Pacific* at; Thlrd :
and Townsend. Here Is the finest -, suburban home
Kite on the peninsula. 1 EASTON, ADDITIONS TO
BURLINGAME.% beautiful : shaded paths, cool on
the hottest days; all Improvements, cement side-"
walks, streets. ; sewers. := water, light; and tele-
phone are Installed:, the, homea -will appeal to
yon; large lots on easy : terms: : excellent, and fast
train service, - r twice as . fast ,as- to cross bay,
points. "For particulars about EASTON address'
FRANCISCO. .. -- v """.-"..:
FOR sale— 6" room .bungalow; .Best location* in
• Burlingame: 3 -blocks from station; lot 50x180
, ' I422Chapln ay. „ \u25a0 v - \u0084 . :
WILL rHI cheap; Kaston- No.- 2, "50xl20i£be s t
location; terms. Box 300.; Call* ofnc&r**^ - -
HOMES, ranches. ; acreage, "exchange. '? Price list.
\u25a0\u25a0: DAVID .L.'I WILSON,;. Santa* Cruz. Cal.
,- :."., - - FOR SALE. - :v..V.V • :-«
' Hotel . ; corner : not; far- from; the new Petaluma
shops In Richmond; very large lot."
Splendid .opportunity for party with gome
Capital. : --"•'.< - > :\u25a0- -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- : *
J. W. WRIGHT & CO.;; \
\u25a0\u25a0' 2CS tMonfcomery-.' st.,-- -
San Francisco, Cal. *-\u25a0 .
BURLING AMI?— Bargalhs >" modern.- if 'room ; and
• bath, high basement* cottage, fruit tree*.* etc. ;
, extra' large lot; $4,600; terms. : . . I^, ._
RKDWOOD— On l^Talnr st.: • house 'of -7 : rooms',
: Ntrn. »tc.f large lot; future -business site;
price .$4.<JOO. . : . ?. .
REDWOOD — Acreage for homes and poultry; per
'\u25a0;\u25a0 acre' $600.' - \u25a0. " . '.V \" ' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'#?.- '. '-'.-\u25a0*
FAIR ;OAKS— IO: acres. 5 room r cottage,* barn,
. outbuildings. v'ete.-J artesian twell, ; tank house.
windmill, family orchard, etc.; price $8,000.
MEts'LO "PARK — 15 jicres,,, choice residence prop-,
erty": -per "acre $1,000. .'. *
LOS ALTOS — 8 acres in . bearing fruit : elevated ; .
': 5 minntefl from stntlon: price, $7.00<V
CURRAN CLARK. 235 Montsnmery st.V S. F.
$2,ooo— For a 5 room nouse. high /basement, on a
fine corner lot," 72x110, on the finest Street
In Elmhurst. \u25a0' ,\u25a0
$1,300—6 lots, 25x125; $150 cash and bal. $10
per mo. ~ ' . . ;
$1,500— 8 lots, facing 2 streets; $150 cash
and balance. $10 per. mo. . v •
$450 ' each— Lots in the ; Orchard tract.
|ltsol t 500 — 6 room, honse, high basement, lot IOOx
2CO: city water, good well, force pump;
all fenced. See
' - P. FRY,
Cor. Klnsell ay. and East 14th st.
\u25a0 .'\u25a0\u25a0 ELMHURST.
5 ROOM bungalow__lot 100x125; near local sta-
tlon; price $1,700: $900 down, balance 6 per
cent. A. J. BAIRD, 7243 East 14th St., Elm-
• hurst. , .. .-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -'- \u25a0 . \u25a0,"-•\u25a0 .'"''.•"-'.-'\u25a0 '"-.. '-\u25a0." ."\u25a0-"\u25a0- •_"
SAN '\u25a0 BRUNO— New bungalow, very latest In
\u25a0style. 6 roomß, bath and reception hall; elec-
tric lighted sleeping \u25a0 porch : \u25a0 fine irarden, barn
\u25a0and outhouses; very best of condition: Corner
lot -50x100; "must be sold:! price $3,000. $I.SOO
Cn«h, balance easy terms. "v Address OWNER,
box 95, San- Bruno. : , ,:.* : . ... .'
REDWOOD CITY-— Real Estate
EAGLE HILL VILLAS— I; 2, and 3 acre tracts, 1
10 minutes from depot; fine oaks and view.',"— v
VALOTA PARK— 2, 3 . and 5 acre - tracts, aa-
.Joins- city limits. -.
H. C. TUCHSEN. 31 Broadway, Redwood, City.
A — IMPROVED lots; 5 minutes' walk from Red-
wood City depot; very easy terms:, also acre-
age: send for booklet. BALDWIN & HOW-
. ELLI 31S-324rKfcarny st.
$35,000 — We offer for exchange one of the most
magnificent residences In the choicest part
of Oakland- (Adams Point):, exterior and
interior finish perfectly exquisite: Con-
tains 14 rms:. hardwood floors; large bath-
rooms, carved tiled mantel which cost
$1,000; veranda Inclosed in plate glass;
plunge hath, the only one on the coast
except Mr. Spreckels'. In a private resi-
dence; one bedroom finished In Circassian
walnut; a Dutch .supper room; beautiful
grounds, summer houso, fish pool, lawn
flowers in profusion, etc.. etc.. etc.
Some rug§ and draperies, were pur-
chased to match the mural decorations,
will be Included. The building site is
unsurpassed. .Lot "00x45x135 (irregular).
Owner wants a -piece. "of San Francisco
property of good value rip to say. $50,000
or $60,000, and will assume or pay cash
G. H. -UMBSEN - & CO., .
20 Montgomery st.
$50,000—160. acre?, highly improved, close, in,
for bay.
$30.000 — 2.000 acre*, stock ranch, for bay Income.
$40,00<i — 1.000 acre dairy for bay, property ( ,
$25,000—640 acres -alfalfa land for bay. . :
$12.50o — UB acres dairy, close in. for Oakland.
$5.500— 160 acres, improved, for City income.*
$4,500—40 acres alfalfa and .fruit for city. ,
$5.000 — 5 acres In oranges; fine improvements.
$6,000— SO acres near Klamath for city. " '
$2,500 — 2 acres. Well improved, close in, for
city. '»
• .What have you to exchange for a good govern-
ment location?:
If yon have city property of any kind- to' ex-
change for country call and see us, for we can
match it. ' ' \u25a0 \ '
306 Snn Pablo :av.",v ;; v
Oakland, Cal. '
FOR sale or exchange — Just ai few "from list.
Have ranches, timber lands and subdivisions'.
$27.500 — City stores and flats for lot, etc.
$34.000— Apartment house for Portland hotel.
$25.000 — J.OSS acres alfalfa lnnd for city.'
5140.000 — Dairy and fruit ranch for bay.
$32.000— 4 th Kt. corner, ROxIHO, for improved.
$40.00(>- i I)tU st. corner. 75\-l00,» for ranch.' :
SUJ.OOO — General merchandise -store for bay.
$11,000 — Los Angeles house and lot for ranch.
; $.I.r>o0 — City house and lot for ranch:
"•,6.ooo— Napfl~.rnncli.' fully for bay.
$4.000 — Grocery. for ranch or bay. -. .
Ss.lOO—^Jttore and two flats for roadhouse.
53, 000 — Fresno. 150 acres and cash, for bay.
CHAS. W. FISHER. 000 Market st. -
;-.,.. Rear Estate, to Exchange.
" FOR RANCHES. . ] >
$7,500 — Modern's room houise; lot 50x150; Berke-
$5.750 — Lot," 50x125.,with cottage of 5 rooms and
house of Ovjoorns; near Key Route station.
$6.000 — Lot. Ssxl. '!.">: i! modern 5 room cottages;
nenr Lake Merritt.
53,500— L0t 50x200. and lot 50x100, with 4 room
cottage and barn: Piedmont. :
105S Broadway. Oakland.
SAN MATE*) PARK; valn» $S,000; will pay
some, cash and assume mortgage on Income
property. # .
160 acres /rich sandy , loaor. with good
house, barns nnd other, outbuild ings: small
acreage in fruit: well adapted to fruit, al-
falfa and dairying: a money maker: 1 mile
from station and postoffieo; 14 miles from
Stockton: cash pricp $100 per acre: surrounding
lands selling for $125 per acre; will exchange
for city or Oaklnnd improved.
CURRAN CLARK, 235 Montgomery St.. S. F.
A store and flat above, located in E. 14th st.
In Fruitvale; \ wants a cottage somewhere near
. here,
$5.000 — Bungalow, located in the boulevard;
wants a chicken ranch at Hayward.
See J. W.-'ELROD, 3418 :E.' l4th st., FruitvaJe.
$5,000— Modern 7 \u25a0 room house. 3th ay. car line,
on the hill back of Lake xMerritt ; $2,400 can
run at 6'a per cent flat, loan. Interest payable
; quarterly: this place will suit you: we wfint a
ranch. Wiirrou deal with the owner by call-
ing at ABBOTT'S; of flee, room 25, 057 Broad-
way, Oakland? ; "
TO exchange — Cottages," flats, lots, business
property In Oakland and suburbs. I make a
specialty of exchanging \u25a0 real estate and can
handle any ; proposition that is good. If you
want to do business call and see me. '\u25a0' • \u25a0
D. F. MINNEY, 422 11th St.. Oakland,
Just East of Broadway.
WHAT you got In way of clear ranch to ex. for
10 - room bouse and . bunch of lota ,to "value , of
$10,000? Mortgage of $2,500; property brings
in from $50 to $75 per month. For particular*
- «cc W. W..CASEY. San Mateo.
VALUABLE FACTORY SITE property on. South-
. em Pacific railroad -and wharf, for San Fran-
cisco - residence property: house of about,' 8
rooms desired by. my client. W.- R. :E|JiIS,
room 423, Monadnock building. [ San ; Francisco.
'40 ACRES sandy loam. nr. Ripon.-Cal.:^2s aj
. hearing grapes.- bal. of Innd ; for alfalfa; val.
$6,000. equity $3,000; will erch. for bay prop-
! erty or.land In Napa or.Mendoclno cos. Box
' 307. Call office. \u0084':.,, '.--": -.'\u25a0.,\u25a0\u25a0'/ ,'
569 ACRES. 400 of which are bottom land:; 200
under cultivation; $18 -per acre; exchange for
Oaltlnnrl income property. STERNBERG-
KEITH C 0..406. .406 13th at. r-:. .
FINE, house in 2d ; ay. near fair : site; wlll.ex-
: change $4,500 equity for clear . property In or
near S. F. . A snap. WOODMAN RF<AI>Tr
CO.. 41 Montgomery st.
FOR sale, cheap, or exchange for small ranch. 2
cottages. "3 lots 50x125.: Owner. 2509 ; Lemon
st '' F ' ru^ Talp - \u25a0 ; - • \u25a0';\u25a0"-\u25a0. \u25a0
CLAYTON M. . flats;- will excliange'equlty $3,500
• for bungalow near' S.F.: grand marine view.
' WOOD>i A N RKALT Y CO.. \u25a0 41 ; Montgomery ; st.
DESIRABLE residence lot In Oakland for one in
San Francisco. For particulars address owner,
Jwx 310. Call office. . • . -
vWILr; exchaiißP $3,500 equity in a home in Pied-
mont ' for " good oil stock." Address owner, box
310. call -office/ \u25a0-'\u25a0•- :. \u25a0\u25a0:.: - . ; ,:
FRUIT orchard near San Jose, prunes and cots;
:•\u25a0;-; will excliange .?6.500 equity for J city propcrtv. -.
WOODMAN: REALTY CO.. 41 Montgomery • st.
WE : have some \u25a0 fine f homes ?In and : , around J Oak-
• , land and. Berkeley sand , Alameda to . exchange
I for. ranches, -any i place: we have also got, some
fine business ' property , to excha nge ; send *us - a
; list of : your property and: we will .look it xta;
-v give your = price and terms. J. HAYSMITH
\u25a0> C 0.. *956 .Broadway.; Oakland. .
WEtWant^ to get 'a* few ? large or small ranches
toexchange, for ; Oakland or, bay- property. 1 : If
•you have a ranch of any kind, please -send us a
list,' with your price,; number of acres and just
,- what: goes .with' the place, r .and we will get
. yon what you want. J.: HAY SMITH CO.; 056
\u25a0 Broaday. Oakland. :;.,;
WANTED— A ' San Francisco residence of 7or 8
' rooms, imodern.'s in desirable district." for' cash,:
- : \u25a0'-' or ; will ;' exchange ..Berkeley.: improved or \u25a0 unim-
i ; proved residence- property < or : business ; and \u25a0 f ac-"
tory^ site : property ifor a 'San Francisco ' home."
\u25a0 We mean business. - " See W. -\u25a0 R.- : ELLIS.v room
• 423iModnadnock-bnlldlng., SanFraiiciseo.*; : . .
WANTED— ModernTdwelllng _of ; 7 J or. S ; rooms (or
:, good : \oi)U north Jelde of; street.' north of Cla y
west : , of. Fillmore. : Box ; 293. ; Call ; office. ; "
CITY i improved : for.S cash; .must: hrf ar bargain;
I $10,000 or. : under. ;- Box ,302.; Call office.
SHlNULES.fi sl*4o;^ rustic, o $20; v boards, / $10;
country orders ; solicited, r 33 . 10 th St., S. : P. *• '.; ,
"'-. \u25a0.::-: FACTORY j SITES J
FACTORS'.;' site\ * about ; soox3.ooo ;t eet, v on >he
'• bay \u25a0 near \u25a0 San s Francisco; unsurpassed ; shipping
facilities by both rail and - water; large . build-
. - ing*, v machinery ; large supply of fresh water.'
etc. ATbis; plant is :FOR;SALE or will ex-
change, for Income property. Address FAC-
TORY. 1648 Page fet. :
FOR lease or, sale— In sizes to suit, factory sites
H rtn Southern " Pacific and j near munlcfpal wha rf .
? Berkeley, ; with buildings; price low and terms
: "easy^investigate. ~ " \u25a0 '\u25a0-\u25a0
*Z. : For full particulars, apply to W.- R. ELLIS,
room 423, Monadnock building, San ' Francisco.
\u25a0-\u25a0' Cal. '\u25a0 ;.V .-._; ;,- -.:".; ' -' ; :.. / '\u25a0 \u25a0. "; -
, 474-476 Monadnock building. San PranclßCO.
5,000 Paulsen Wireless Telephone - Co. . @ .30
5.000 shares Monterey Coal Co. Hot).;. w 55. 0«
5.000 Los Angeles McKittrkk Oil [email protected] .12
"S.OOOTemplor McKittrick Oil C0......® .02
2,000 Four Metals Mining (San Jcwe)..®" .05
1,250 shares The La" Blanc Oil [email protected] .27
1.200 shares Coalihga Central Oil C 0... .(^ .30
1,000 shares Mldway'Premier Oil Co.'[email protected] 1.00
1.100 Alaska Petroleum & Coal Co «t .12
1.000 shares Liberty Oil C 0.....* [email protected] ' .15
1.000 shares \u25a0 Manchuria Midway Oil Co. Cheap
1,000 Pacific Fruit Cooling & Yap. Co.. @ .15
1,000 shares Templor Ranch Oil C0....® .16
I.2ooshares Jewell Oll'Co. :.'."..r.. J ... [email protected] .15
1,000 shares Pinnacle Oil C 0 .......... .(fa .10
500 Ventura Oil Development C 0 ..... @ .10
* 500 California Consolidated Oil Co H .47
300 shares Pyramid Oil C 0. ...... ....«£ .58
'.'\u25a0\u25a0:. 400 shares Coallnga Security Oil Co..^ '.30
200 shares Mascot Copper C 0. ....... (fit 4.25
200 Pacific Slope Security C 0 . ..". .'.... <5, .50
100 North Coast Co-Op. Lumber C0... (A \u25a0 -23
50 shares Hampton's Magazine (pfd.)fii 4.00
20 Western States Life Ins. Co. @ 20.00
25 Enxlish Marconi Wireless pfd..<£| 7.00
6 shares Oakland Traction (pfd.)...<3 92.00
2 La JCacualpa Rubber - (div.» pay) . .oh IGO.OO
Wanted— 3,ooo Templor-Uanch Oil [email protected] .13
Wanted — 1.000 Puritnn Oil-C0... O .10
Wanted— soo Calif. Pressed Brick Co. .fa< .08
1,000 shares Midway Premier Oil Co.. (ft .80
2.oooshares Alaska Pot. & Coal Co...<g .12
1,000 shares Puritan Oil Co. ....'...:..© ~* .14
1,000 shares. Teraplor Ranch OH C0.... <?8 Cheap
1.000 shares. Ventura Oil Dev. C0.....*® .12
5,000 shares Crown Oil C 0.... ..&. .05
I 1.000 Coalinga North Pole Oil Co..^[email protected] 1.15
I 10,000 shares Monterey Coal Co. (Lot). i. . 110.00
i 100 shares Copper C0.. ..... .5i \ 4.25
200 shares Section Six Oil C 0 ....... (al .22
200 shares Pyramid Oil C0.... \.....® Cheap
! 100 shares Pac. Hdw. & Steel (pfd).® Bid
670 shares VisaJia Midway Oil Co.-. <a Bid
. 500 shares Liberty Oil Co. i. ....*... .(6. Cheap
. 500 shares Netherlands OH Co.. :<H .50
SOO shares August Oil C 0... (JJ .35
.200 shares Illinois Crude Oil C0.....^ .40
5 Western States Life Ins. C 0... .& 20.00
I 2Lt Zacualpa Rubber (dlv.).V «? 155.00
I 500 shares Call Auto Switch..;. Wanted
751-753 Phelan building. San Francisco, Cal. /
t • FOR SALE. - ~-~
-'• .DATED fF.VANS)... [email protected] 47c
- OPMF.NT 1..../...... (§ 10c
1.000 SHARES SECTION 51X....... <&, 21c
1,000 SHARKS ILLINOIS CRUDE \[email protected] 35c
For further particulars address box 342, Call
office. ; \u25a0
WANTF.D— To buy the San Carlos Park syndi-
cnte. 6-per cent. 20 year, sinking fund, gold
bonds; state number offering. Address box
206. Call office. ~ .
WILL sell any part of $10,000. high class, gilt
edge. .6 per cent, sinking fund honds. with
stock bonus. Absolute security. A I Invest-
ments. No agents. " Address' box 311. Call.
WANTED— La Zarualpa- rubber and Oakland
crematory stock, , 1.000 Burks-oil at 30c. Box
.1266, Call, office. Oakland.
SEALED bids will be received at the office of
the Secretary of the Regents. University of
California, Berkeley, at or before 0:30 a. m..
Wednesday. .Tann«ry 4." 1911. for Furniture for
.the University Library and Boalt Hall, as per
plans- and specifications on file at said office.
,No bid* Will be received nnless accompanied
by, a certified check or bond In favor, of the
undersigned, equal to 10 per. cent of the bid.
to secure execution of , contract by successful
bidder. The right is reserved to reject any or
cation principal place of business. San Francisco.
California. Location works. Silver City, Lyos
county. Nevada.
NOTICE— There are delinquent the following
described stock on account of assessment No. 1
levied on the 4th day of , October. 1910. the sev-
eral amounts set opposite the names of the re-
spective shareholders, as follows:
\u25a0 No. Xo.
Names. Cert. Shares. Ajnt.
W. W. Stetson, trustee . . 7 211 1506
W. W. Stetson, trustee.... .. fl 204 1.02
W. W. Stetson, .trustee...... 10 129 .65
W. W. Stetson, trustee...... 11 231 I.l*
W. W. Stetson, trustee .12 310 .1.55
W. W. Stetson, trustee 13 ' 313 1.57
W. W. Stetson, trustee 14 300 1.50
W. W. Stetson, trustee. :15 204 1.«2 \u25a0
W. w. Stetson, trustee...... IB 63 .32
W. W. Stetson, trustee ..17 174 .87
W. W. Stetson, trustee 19 392 1.96
W..W. Stetson, trustee 20 52 .26
W. w. Stetson, trustee....;. 24 57 .29
W. W. Stetson, trustee .25 s-«75s -«75 1.3S
W. W. Stetson, trustee 26 810 4.0R
W. W. Stetson, trustee. 27 130 .65
W. W. Stetson, trustee... 28 190 ..95
W. W. Stetson, trustee...... 29 R2 .41
W. w. Stetson, trustee .. 30 657 8.29
Thomas B. 5hann0n; ......... 35 100 .50
W. W. Stetson, trustee...... 87 500 2.50
W. W. Stetson, trustee...... 88 500 "2.5f»
W.W. Stetson, trustee 62 10ft .50
W. w. Stetson, trustee ..63 100 .50
W. W. Stetson, trustee...... 67 100 .50
W. W. Stetson. truste,e...... 73 100 .50
W. W. Stetson. -trustee...... 7X . 100 .50
W, W. Stetson, trustee M 100 .50
W.W. Stetson, trustee. S3 "MOO .50
W. W. Stetson, trustee...... 83 100 .. .50
W. W. Stetson, trustee.;.... S4 100 .50
w. W. Stetson, trustee...... 85 100 .50
W. W.:. Stetson, trustee M 100 .50
W. W. Stetson, trustee...... 81 100 .50
W. W. Stetson, trustee...... 90 100 . .50
W. w. Stetson.; trustee..... . 92 inn •' .50'
w. W. Stetson, tru5tee.. ....93 100 .50
W. W., Stetson, trustee...... 94 lofl .50
W.-'W. Stetson, trustee.;.. ..lo3 50 -.25
W. W. Stetson, trustee. . . . . .100 50 • .25 ,
W. W. Stetson, trustee 110 50 .25
W. W. Stetson, trustee. . . . . .112 50 • .25
W. W. Stetson, trustee.. ... .114 50 .25
W. W. Stetson, trustee...... 115 50 .25
W. W. Stetson, trustee ..123 50 .55
W. W. Stetson, trustee... -."..12ft 50 .25
W. W. Stetson, trustee. 127 50> .25
W.W. Stetson, trustee. ... ..132 50 .25
W. W. Stetson, tru5tee.. . . . .157 .2.1 .13
W: W.- Stetson, trustee. .153 25 .13
W. W. Stetson, trustee.. 159 25 .13
W. W. Stetson, tru5tee..... .160 25 .13
W.W. Stetson, trustee...... 161 25 .13
W. W. Stetson, trustee. . . . . .163 25 .13
W. W.i Stetson, tru5tee.. ...".182 1.000 8.00
W.W. Stetson, tru5tee...... 183 1.000 800
W. W. Stetson, trustee...... 184 1,000 .' 5.00
W.W.; Stetson, trustee.;.... 183 1.000 5.00
W.- W. Stetson. ; trustee 186 1,000 ROO
W.W. Stetson, trustee...... ifl7 500-- 2.50
W. W. Stetson, trustee IS%> 500 -\u25a0 2.R0
W. W. Stetson, trustee.. ....180 500 2.50
W.W.. Stetson, trustee...... 191 500 2.50
W. W. Stetson, trustee. 192 500 250
W. W. Stetson, trustee...... 193 -500 2.5f>
W.W. Stetson, trustee.... ..194 500 2.50
W. W. Stetson, trustee ...... 195 500 280
W.W. Stetson, trustee...... 19H 500 2.50
W. W. trustee.... ..197 500 2.50
W. W. Stetson, trustee.. 193- 500 l 2.50
W. W. . Stetson. . trustee. ..... 19ft 500 2.50
W. -W. Stetson, tru5tee...... 200 500 2.50
W. W. Stetson,: tru5tee...... 201 500 2.R0
W. W. Stetson, .tru5tee..... .202 . ROO. 2.50
W. .W. Stetson, trustee. . . . . .203 500 2.80
W.W . .Stetson, .tru5tee...... 204 500 2.50
W.W.. Stetson, trustee....:. 2os 800 i 2.50
W. W. Stetson, trustee. . ....206 5W> 2.80
W. W. Stetßon, tru5tee. .....210 100 .50
W-W. Stetson, trustee.. ....2l2' 100 .50
W W. Stetson, tru5tee.... ..215 100 .50
W W. Stetson, tru5tee...... 216 100 .50
W. W. Stetson, trustee. .217 100 .50
W. W. Stetson, trustee.. ..'..21S 100 .50
W.W. Stetson, tru5tee...... 219 100 .50
W.W. Stetson, trustee.... ;'.220 100 : .80
WW. Stetson, trustee...;.. 22l 100 .KO
WV W. ; Stetson.! trustee.. ... .223 100 .50
,Ay" W. Stetson, trustee. .. . . .293' 100 .m
TV W. Stetson, trustee;;.... 3oo 100 .50
W W. Stetson." tru5tee...;.. 373 50 .25
Vf W. Stetson. ' trustee.. ....374 50 .25
W W. Stetson, trustee 375 50 .25
W : W. Stetson, trustee...;;. 4o2 .50 \u25a0 .25
W " W. Stetson, trustee. . . .r.403 50 .25
W'-W." Stetson, .trustee::::.. 4os \u0084 50 .2s
G. R: i Hofer, tru5tee. . ...'.: : .409 : 100 .50
G R." Hofer. i tru5tee.. .;..... 409 50 .25
S "'B..Wakefteld & Co.. trustees.4lo .- 50 .25
W'W Stetson, -tru5tee...... 415 800 4.00
W' W ' Stetson, trustee .416 , 3 .02
W W. Stetson.- trustee..... .llB 7 .04
Lalng'&R**??* 1 * 8 . trustees.;. 4 l9; 100 .bo
Lalng & ' Ruggles. ; trustees/. .420 100 .50
W l E.' Norwood. -tru5tee...:.. 422 - -3 .02
SB. Wakefield & C 0.,. trustees. 423 50 .25
S^B. Wakefleld & Co.. trustees.424 . 50 .25
Charles "M. - 8uf0rd. .... ... . . .426 ». \u25a0. 50 v .25
William McPher50n.. ......;.. 427 50/ .25
L.R. Mead,..:.......".. ••..423, .^5O .25
k.: And ; In 1 accordance : with . law, and* the • order of
the ' board *of \u25a0 directors'. ; meeting on the 4 1 h day
of October, 11910,-. so many: shares of each parcel
of said stock, aa • may/ be \u25a0 necessary,* will be : sold
at public s auction ,at - the ~i office "of ; the ; company,
room 647 Mills building, San \u25a0 Francisco. Calif or-
nla.on-THURSDAY/ the; 15th; day; of » December,
1910 at the 'hour of 3 o'clock p."; m.' of- said day,
to -\u25a0 pay * said delinquent : assessment thereon . to-
gether with the cost of advertising and expenses
0f^M1e. ,......, . p GOSLING/: Secretary. -
' Offlce— 647 Mills building. 5 corner Bu*h and
Montgomery streets." San ; Francisco, -\u25a0 CaUf ornla. ' T
HA VINO separated ; from r my wife." Mrs. W. D.*
-•'• Moltke. I- will not be responsible for : any debts
; j contracted; by her.' : ;r M-'-y. \u25a0 W.. P." MOLTKE. ; 3
AFTER ;this date, ,' Nflvember : , 30, .'I ;will;; will ; nqf ' be
; ; responsible ' for any. bills' contracted by my
The eighth annual I
i T^*^^^^°j^ J ball of t^e pile'j
drivers, bridge and
structural Iron workers* union No. 77
will be given in the Auditorium annex.
Page and . Fillmore streets, Saturday
evening, December It. The following
committees have charge of the func
tion: J
Arrangemexrts. G. P. Feeley f chairman*. 3. La
Torres and IX Cameron: reecption. N". H. Burn
nam (chairman)* J. Leahy. R.- Moyer, P. Cane.
F. Lively and C. Hale: floor, J. La Torres (man
ager). C. Peebles (assistant manager). E. A.
Smith. G. Craig. R. Chance. E. Brunham and J.
McLaugblln: refreshments. G. P. Keeley <chalr
manJ^E. Klmmeling. "J. Arnold and T. J. Dena
hey: order. G. Jacobs (chairman), J. Wheeler
aod'J. Sayles. -
The officers of the union are:
President. J. P. Barnes: spcretary-treasurer,
W. E. Tostiven, - business agent, J." Curran.
' • • •
President. Kelly of the labor council
has returned from Los Angeles and
reports the labor situation in that city
In a satisfactory condition. No strikers
are ; leaving the ranks, he said. The
union grocery store is doing a rush
ing business. s,
•• * •
Delegate Dixon of the chauffeurs'
union reported at the labor council that
nonunion chauffeurs were dally Joining
the ranks of the union. He said all
men were determined to pay for no
more gasoline to run the machines and
would remain out until the owner of
the machine was willing to pay for
power to run it. The union meets
daily at 2 p~. m., at headquarters, on
Franklin street near Grove.
« \u25a0 .:•: • .
Secretary Steidle reported that ship
ping was slack at the last meeting of
marine cooks and stewards' associa
tion of the Pacific coast. Clarence
Worthington was appointed patrolman
in place, of Eugene Burke, who Is at
present attending the Detroit conven
tion of the international seamen's union
of America. Balloting for officers was
proceeded with. The Seattle and San
Pedro agents reported shipping poor.
• * •
The following nominations have been
made by bookbinders' union. No. 31:
•For president. T. P. Garrity: for vice presi
dent, John,, McCarthy: for recording Secretary.
James Dudley: for financial secretary. Joseph
Floyd; for treasurer. Joseph P. Collins: for ser
geant at arms. Isaac Lippman: for inspector, r.
H. Winterson; for executive committee. W. C.
Booth, G. Buehn and Frank Pever; for dele
gates to the labor council. Fred Maurler. Ber
nard Hassler and T. P. Garrity; for delegates to
the allied printing trades council. T. P. Garrity.
John McCarthy and W. C. Booth: for delegates
to bindery women's union No. 125. Fred Maurler
and John" McCarthy: for delegates to the Asiatic
exclusion league. William Steineck, John Hogan.
Bernard Hassler and Henry Brown.
••\u25a0 ' •
There will be a special meeting next
Thursday evening in Polito hall by
hoiler makers' lodge No. 205 for the
purpose of voting on the recent agree
ment handed down by the Industrial
conciliation board in the metal trades
controversy over the eight hour day.
• • *
The delegate from the delivery driv
ers' union N-o. 278 gave notice to the
labor couficil Friday night that his
local would ask the joint council of
teamsters at its next meeting for a
declaration to levy a boycott on the
firm "of McDonald & Collett, because
of Its unfairness to the members. The
matter will also, be brought before the
labor council next Friday night. At
the meeting Thursday night the local
will make nominations for officers.
• * •
:^At: the next meeting of musicians*
union No. 6, Thursday, an election
board. will be chosen. Much important
business will be considered. The pro
posed amendment that only members
steadily employed shall be subject to
assessments will be taken up. A.
Dijeau has 'been nominated a member
on the board of directors. Strike as
sessments for October, November and
December will become delinquent De
cember 31. "Dues and death assess
ments for the fourth quarter, amount
ing to |2.50. are now due and payable
to the financial secretary. ' All who
are interested in the formation of ;a
drummers' club, the object of which
will be to provide for Instruments to.be
kept in the various halls for the use
of members, are asked to meet at union
headquarters next Wednesday to dis
cuss, plans/of organization.
Sail makers' union No. 11,775, at a
Emll Gunzburger to Mijton Eisner, lot In S
line of Beach street, 65:9 E of Larkln, E 65:9
by S 137:6: $10. >f|Hß|
San Francisco land company to Nathan Bidder,
lot at NE corner of Tenth avenue and B street.
X 33:4' by E 05: $10.
William C. Hassler and wife to Canton land
and mercantile company, lot commencing at a
point 65:9 S of Clay street and 45:9 W of
Waverly place. W 23 by S <?:10*4: $10.
Francis B. Langlols to Elizabeth Langlois.
lot In S line of ElUaheth street. 152:S W of
Sanchez, W 50:tl by S 114: gift.
William Larson to Maftaly Mosk, lot In W line
of Twelfth avenue, 95 N of B street. N 30 By
W 120; $10.
Emille A. Haver to Philip J. Haver, lot In S
line of Twenty-fourth street. 75 E of Dolores,
E. 25 by-S 100. and one. other piece; gift.
The McCarthy company to Henry J. Ohlsen,
S half /Of lot 37, N half of lot SS, block E,
Lake view: $10.
Alwln G. Page and wife to Catherine T.
Looney.'lot In W line of Ashbury street, 318:6
S of Frederick. S 25 by ;W 10«: $10.
Bay -View land company to Domenlco Cohimbo.
lot 15, block 570, B«y View tract, subdivision 1:
grant.- \u0084-.".
: Glovaftnl Delucl et al. toMargaretta Delncht.
3-20 of lot in S line of Union street. SO E of
Stockton, .E 25:9 by S 61 :0ft ./and 3-20 of one
other piece; gift.
Ole T. Olsen.to Alma E. Olsen, lot In N line
of Mulen" avenue, 100 W of Peralta street, W
25 by N 75; $10.
Henry F. Blanchet Jr. and wife to Charles
Robin, lot at N corner of L street and Thir
teenth avenue South. NW*25 by NE 100: $10.
The McCarthy company to Patrick Barrett, lot
44, block E. LaKeview; $10.
" Real Estate .and Development company to
H4nry Kloehn and wife. lot m W line Of Mis
souri street, 160 N of Eighteenth, N 25 by W
100: grant.
Roma Mildred Burnett to William L. King and
wife, lot In SE line of Mission street, 350 SW
of Seventh. SW 25 by SE 160; $10.
Theresa A. Wilson to Samuel Wilson, half of
lot In : W. line of "Third avenue. £5 S ©f Hngo
street* S' 2s by W 95; $10.
Mary A. Austin to Gustaf S. Ramberg. lot in
W. line of . Wood street. 24fi:S> N of Point Lobos
avenue. N 23 by W 120; $10.
- Claus . Beckmann and wife to-Bes traildlng
eompanv. lot In S line of Sacramento street,
82:0 E of ;Broflerlck. E 27 by S 105: $10.
Estate, of Annie ' M. Tulte, by guardian, to
J. .H. Bohllg, lot at SE corner of Pine rfnd
PowelU streets : $20,100. ' -
:" Estate' of Adolph Sutro (deceased), by execu
tor, to E..W. Elliott, lot 44, blocs N. and lot
46. block- N.- Park Lane ' tract fl: $2,573.
- Same . to F. J. Halpln. lot 37, block N, Park
Lane • tract " B. and one other lot; $1,330.
Adolph Sutro, deceased, by executrix.' to W." H.
Miller. . lot 22, block N. Park Lane tract 6;
$1,023. \u25a0
William Rlx to J. H. Boblig. lot at SE corner
of Pine and Powell streets, E 49:« by-S B0: $10.
-Alfred S. Rlx to J. H. BoUUg. lot at 8E corner!
Of Pine and Powell -itreeti, E 49:6 by S 60; $10.
": Maud Treadwell to same, same; $10. '"\u25a0 .
Ann "Nelson ! ' to John F. Nelson *antl wife, lot
In E line of De Haro atre«t. 123 X of Twenty
third. X 25 by E 100: $10. W \u25a0•-\u25a0:.
' .Crocker estate company .to Martin \u25a0 Perkoc.ha."
lot at NW corner of Burnsld* ~ avenne and Bos-
Wdrth \u25a0 street. XW 54.24. XW ; 223:10. XW 125
to beginning of lot, XE 100. XW 25. SW 100. SE
25:: $10. '
\u25a0 Albert W. Scholle et al. to Thomas J. Kava
nagh. \u25a0, lot : in S • line of \u25a0' Post street. 165 W of
Leavenworth. \u25a0- W,. 22:6 by:S 137:6; $.10."
'-. Benno'Barieetf to Marie Barlsch. lot in E line
of Byxbee street.- 250 X of Sargent. X 50 by E
100; $io. .
Fannie L. Weldon and Ellse Oxlev to William
F. \ll6ff.-, lot ins W.i line of Diamond "street. 76.6
S of Twenty-seventh, S 23 by W 100; $10. ,
Ella Wilson to John C.SSchmldt and wife, lot
in E. line' of street. 275 N'iof Eugenia
avenue. ;X 25 by E7O;-$lO.
Patrick L. Moran arid wife to Henry J. Ohlson.
lot 338. gift map > 2: «$1O. "\u25a0
•Patrick IVlMAran »nd wife to H*nfy"J. Ohlsen.
lot in E line of ?Andorson street; 25 X ' of Jef
ferson. X' 25* by Ev7o:,s 10.
W. B.?E»ler and wife to" Emma Witts, lot 4*.
block 42.' Reis tract, and one other piece: gift.
\u25a0 ..Alice EllMheth^Creba-to Eaima Witts.' latjn
X line of Cortland 1 avenue, 23:4 W of Prospect
recent meeting, elected the following
President E. R. Poor; vice president. Charle*
W. Anderson: secretary. ' C. H. Hatch: treasnr<»r.
F. A. Adams: trustees. Joseph Doyle. Jesae Kelly
and Lars Xlelsnn: finance committee. Alexander
Larson, E. E. John and E. J. Walcott Jr. : ser
geant at arms. Xels Nlelson; delegate to the
labor council, Joseph Reynolds.
At the. last meeting of carpenters'
union No. 1640 the following nomina
tions were made, the election to be
held next Tuesday night:
For president, T. J. Kreamer: for vice presU
dent. E. Walker: for recording secretary. F.
Knott and W. G. Charleton: for flnanci.il «ecr«
tary. George S. Brower: for treasurer. C. W.
Trlpp: for warriVn. T. F. Morris; for conductor.
P. R'ordan: for del««afps to th« bar counties
district council of carpenter*. George S. Browrr
and W. 11. Charleton; for delegates to th»> bully
ing trades council. F. J. Kreamer. G. S. Brower.
W. H. Charleton and F. Kn6tt.
E. A. Erickson was in the chair at
the last meeting of sailors* union of
the Pacific. The secretary reported
shipping slack. Shipwreck benefits
were ordered paid to four members of
the schooner J. M. Weatherwax. Re
ports up and down the coast were that
shipping was still dull.
• • •
J. B. Bowen. acting president of the
state building trades council, has been
more than busy the last week. He
made a trip to Pacific Grove, where.
with other labor officials, he adjusted
a dispute. He also visited Sacramento
on official business and on his return
left 'for Los Angeles, accompanied by
John A. Kelly, president of the labor
council. The trip to the south was
to look over the situation.
• • •
It -Was announced at the last meet-
Ing of housesmiths and architectural
Iron workers* union. No. 78. that a
"night at the Chutes" would be given
by the local Monday, December 12.
Members can secure tickets from, the
secretary at the office in the Building
Trades temple.
• \u25a0 • \u25a0 • . \u25a0
President Schneider was In the chair
at Thursday night's meeting of cooks'
union. No. 44. Twelve candidates were
obligated and five members were fined
$5 each for working seven successive
days. The harmony committee from
the waiters* union addressed the local.
asking the union to rescind its action
in barring members of the Pacific
coast cooks* association from member
ship in No. 44. A vote was taken an*
almost unanimously the local refused
to rescind its former action.
John Bandstetter was chosen a dele
gate to the labor council and Fred
Kovarik was made vice president in
place of Joseph B. Bader, who whs
elected recording secretary at a spe
cial meeting.
The following election board was
chosen: H. J. Hoehn. chairman: John
McDonough. John C. lane and Joseph
Schrauth. The election will be held
December 29 and the polls will open
at S a. m. and close at 9 p. m.
Branch No. 1 of the society of amal
gamated carpenters and joiners 13 in
terested in a benefit for the widow,
and children of William Graham, a
member, who after a lingering illness
of ten months died recently. Mrs.
Graham is left with several small chil
dren and she says that she thinks shp
ought to be ablo to m«ke $2 or $3 a
week at sewing, but fixis is scarcely
enough to keep hunger from the chil
dren. The branch has appointed a com
mittee to arranpr^ a benefit ball, of
which Mayor McCarthy is expected to
be floor manager. President Lohr and
Supervisor Charles Nelson are the
prime movers In the benefit. Tickets
will be on sale soon. It Is the purpose
of the committee to hold the benefit in
the building trades auditorium next
Miss Carrie Parmer. secretary of the
laundry workers union, has written
Supervisor Nelson that she and her
organization stand ready to give all
assistance in their power.
At the last meeting of garment work
ers union Miss Sarah Hagan refused lo
serve another term as president. Nomi
nations for officers were made. Sick
benefits to the amount 'of $110 were
paid. A second donation of $100 was
made to the striking garment workers
of Chicago.
avenue. W 23:4 by X 70. and one other piece;
Same to same, lot In W line if Ashbnry strret.
82 X of Seventeenth, X 25 by W $>•>. and cae
other piece: gift.
Rudolph H. and John Hencken to Peter Berfeer.
lota SOS and 900. gift map 3: $10.
•lame* J. O'Callagban t" Dennia O't'alla;:ba!i.
lot in X line of Rl«-hland avenue. I<>3:7 E of
Holly street. E 25 by X 100; $10.
Albert Wilford and wife to W. D. Tarn. l»t
in S line of Valley street, ISO E of Castro. E
25 by S 114: $2.000.
William Wilson company to Anna A. O'C«n-'
nell. lot at SE corner of McAllister and Devi*a
dero street 3. S 62:« by E 100:3: $10.
Anna A. O'Connell to W. E. Sterens. lot at SE
corner of McAllister and Devlsadero streets.
S 62:6 by E 106:3; $10.
Louis Hellmann and wife tn Helen R. Lich
tenfeld. lot in E line of Eleventh aveoue.
174:1Ui S of Lake street. S 2»:ll : »i by E
120; $10.
Sfeltlah L. Scammon to Adolph Smith and wife,
lot 35, block R. Park Lane tract 5.
Jnsttn Seammon and wife to Meltlaa L. Scam
mon. l»t 35, block R. Park Lane tract 5: $100.
Adolph O. Smith and wife to Walentz Krysiak.
lot 35. block R. Park Lane tract 5: $2,000.
U. D. Hlldebrand to same, same: $10.
Xellle Eater to Emma Witts, lot In W line of
Whitney street. SO X of Randall. X 45. W 74: f.
SE 51. E 49. and other lots; glfr.
Margaret Ritchie to. Lucy J. Ritchie, lot in S
line of Eighteenth street, 35 W of Eureka. W 20
by S 75: gift.
Jean McGregor Boyd to Adolph B. SpreokPK
lot at SB corner of Washintgon and Octavia
streets S 127:5>u by E 137:6; $H>.
Joneph A. Munro tr> Oocker estate eompanr,
lot 5. block M, additions to Castro Street add!-.
tlon and Glen Park terrace: $10.
Benedetto Pagano to Frank Cune.Ov lot at SW
corner of Lombard and Child Street*. W 17:5 by
S 73:6; $10. .
Bufldlnc t'ontrnrim
• Mrs. Mary W. Boste«d with Dempnlatc Bros. —
To erect a three story and basement frame build
ing (three flats), in X lfne of California street,
50 W of Leavenworth. W 25 by X 75: $*.3<*i.
Ruth; Sl. Hammond with A. Lynch — Concrete
anchors, wall ties.- excavation, grading and ailing,
etc.. 'for two story brick vene««red frnm* resi
dence In N line of Biwadway, 3S:fl E of Br<xter
ick street. E 50 by X 137:8: $6,350.
Jacob Z. Davis estate company with J. P. W.
Jensen— To erect an eight story and basement
hotel building at SE corner of Sntter and Ke-»rny
streets. E &7ift by 8 122:6: $2»4.235.
William J. Gardner with I>. J. & T. Sullivan—
Excavating, bnlkneadtng and underpinning build
ing at XE corner of Sacramento and Stockton
streets, E 87:8 by X 59; $1,100.
r .The Schwarta-Kasser Improvement company
with Petterson & Persoo, Bluxome & Co. ami K.
J. Klimm — Alterations and additions to two
story and basement building in SE line of Marki-t
street, 400 SW of Third. SW 25. SE 100. rlsht
angle X 10. SE 70. XW 20. XE 70. SW 5. XE
106; $11,137.
John Rlppe with F. W. Lurmann— To erect a
two" story and basement frame bonding in S line
of Fifteenth street, 30 W of Shotwell. S 80 by
W 30! $T,300.
Olympic club, by Llndgren company, with Van
Emon elevator company— Eleratora for Olympic
clnb In Post stre«t between Maaon and .Taylor;
Sierra iMines
The northern part of Sierra county
expects to experience quite a* revival
itt^mlnin* next summer. There is a
good chance. for the Pacific and Mount
Flllmore gravel claims to be developed,
as well as several other propositions
in' the immediate vicinity of. Howland
flat, which will. give employment to a
large crew : of men. Quartz is receiv
ing more attentlonm and around Gib
sonville and the Sawmill ridge country,
anda good start has been made in two
or three different ledges, which, with
proper development and management,
-bid fair •to " become dividend payers.
The people ar« looking forward to live
ly .times again next summer.—Downia
ville Messenger.

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