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PATENT ATTORNEYS
• AA. SLEE— Expert patent draughtsman; K p*ci-
" T| -g-'ong prepared. 68 Post st Docgla. 157.
-'ilm. STRONG & CO.— Founded 1S60; U s"
and forfigTj patents; inventors' mide 100 "me-
rfcan'.csl movements free. 1105 Merchants' Ex-
c?:angp M.ig.. San Francisco.
HAF.RY C SCHKOEPER. U. S. und foreign pat-
ent.. 416-7 Flm Nat. Bank Md g .. Oat^n"
1 . P. ::nd fore^g- patents. 12"! MrtropolU >>k.
DETECTIVES
Beraal Detective Agcv.— Opera Uves^u^isheTf-
;^ Or _:J: J f e *-,!" l . l>ers * Pr ™l: divorce cases
«™r. 1014 B d r. Oak., r. 7. Phone Oak. 1R37.
BILI^TcOLLECTED
Wdbntisttsl
A Vrl r. l C U K L '^ E XP-**THr' OXE' J Tn"lNCr^7
r>r> Dr. C. E. Wlisoa. 323 Geary. Pnltp 00%.
Dn IRA G. LEEK— All kinds of dental work.
515 F!l!more et. rear Oak.
Pff YSICIANS
rnptta- 1s oured hv the true and rellaMp
rf-rxiT f ,f Erfvi-. Charhonnpaut, pharra.. used
l.r rr.sssajre; *2 per bottle, with fnll directions.
Applr or write for checks. Sr.ft Montgomery
av.. Snn Francisco.
• _________________
HERB COMPANY.
T2CS OTarroH st. between Cough and Octavla.
AAA— DR. C. C. TOA. famous Chinese Herb Co..
enrps sil chronic diseases. 1K44 Sutter St.. S. F.
DISEASES inen «T>d —•omen specisltv; physician.
tnrcpon. rr.VN, pp.rr, CO.. 122 TA Ft.
MATERNITY HOM ES_
F F. WOMAN'S HOSPITAL snd Lying-in Home.
PR. LORD, physlrian la oharrp. 1181 Oak st.
._ E«v View Matrrnitr. O"F«r. at Erofl. — Res. phv«.
Irslpe<l -rr«o«: prlv. grorjrins: rea. We«t r.501.
TRUSSES
Cl»-*c O»n<i:o- Co. no« M*rket; trnss fitting.
eln« i- At .«^-- belts- TxoV attend*.!?*.
~ Jf9J!l^ s J^9RJ^Y^MPI^
K. r. po\TF FOR INCnUABLFS AND AGED.
Te'. FmrfcTln 41in. 1024 Franklin ft.
HOVIR «r,d cure for 'nv!-l)d» or sre<! person*.
S4?« ««;<h st. T>e*r Ml«inn: tel. VJkclot, 4fi?o
it^YAHPJ^H^ IRS .
pnr r>. r»t>t*"l. i>xoV«itc- mannfpet-rer of r.n-«
?r«»"rvl* »•]:*'•\u25a0. 3714 Market. Tel. Park 2340.
HEALTH JIOVEAiE NT
••tt*vi ccirVCn OF HEALTH." natural, -on^
mm »\u25a0•».•': cloth bot'nij. 400 pase book free.
.»-.-\u25a0<- b- rr.»!l. «"?« Fine st. Lecture for
I ——-.•-- —>\u0084..-«*,_ «.»„ _ _,
SAXATORWMS^
FT v.'P.lArrrs Matemltv borne: confinement
riw)aj(— • pi'ontlo-: Bpf_al treatment for all
'"" «»** *•» «<Mm. 171 Fest 14th «t. Oakland
CANCER CURE
v r- — "TR- TAVCT-R: we bare rnred patient* ti>
"»'"' y— *o. Cg'l j>-,j let nm explain onr t»«t-
|-»-« «»y for bor-VW. >rns. S. J. RRIHOR
ELECTmC CABINET BATHS
FLECTRIC CABINET BATHS
.» "en >-sr>or. * h^wer. TClpbcr snd salt glow,
r-accp— e calv*nl«~. etc.; ~ire« erprvthiag mm-
He- !.n!r« end eWldre-. DR. T,AT"R * C. BUST.
•-?' v.<-~-<~ --<\u25a0-!-/.. \f*t. r.m-. P4S2R.
CATARRH AND DEAFNESS
AT.^O oar -o!««>« rto^HJveiv njred: 1 week free.
DR. COTTIX«iHAM. 94« Market st: hm. 10-4.
MATRIMONIAL
PERSONALS
Wori.O Mr. Georee Schammrl. former cashier of
the I'nioa national baik of Oakland, please
r've present adrtress. DEPOSITOE. box 7031,
C;:]i offi>p.
W BUSINESS PERSONALS
Ta— WT-'SS mil TOUPES that defy flptectton—
«-entslate<l— persrii ration doesn't affect them:
•rh! tr.akine a life ntnrty: I jrnaracte* them:
Improve yonr Rppeamnce; prevent colds; can
h<> — om <!*v or r.lgtt, t»o natural nobody
Vnr— s -on hive one on. Men's Private Wlc
Pert.. 2?71 California st. near Webster. Mr.
G. l>nerer in rhsrge. T.ADIFS' HAIR GOODS
— Tr«^sfr.rmstl<-,Ti«. Sw'tche*. PuTT". Artistic
Wisr >T*k!r;_. S'-amrKioirsr. etc. G. LEDETtPTI.
jcoo FiUmore st. nr. Sntter: established s "sP.fi.
1210 McAllister st. nr. Fillmore.
S>— \u25a0 r^ethoii Turkish batlis. kpr salt tub baths,
pier blanket «wfats. licht rays: plpc. vibra-
tory". MP.S. ANDERSON, hours 1% to 10.
EVF.BCIXK CAPSULFS— THE BEST NERVE
REPTOBATTVK >\n TONIC EXTRAORDI-
NARY. A CHUB FOR OPIATE AND LIQUOR
K*BITS. MAILED ON TtKCHPT OF PRICE.
HOC. P. O. BOX OWV SEATTLE. WASH.
A — S;:ri:i.V!DA bstt)*. the greatest fat i^dncin?
I rtfcs of the arc; electric vibratory end Spsn-
?eh n-ff^rp; ttoTirs 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. MRS.
FKPri.VIPA. 2022 Rnttpr bet. Fillmr.-StPiner.
UASSEUB «rooU like n few more patients to go
to the house, or call at residence. DORIC,
»partraer:t 2. P«*t *i. Ji*»r Hyde.
} RANKJ—N K'.rrrri" Instltnte — Elec. treatments
j?nfl taassnjre. r.3-1-7 Whitney bid?.. 133 Geary.
MRS. C. ROSE. Mgr. ; fcrs. 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
"y.tts HOLCIini-SFH. MAGNETIC! SPPCTAL-
TST. VTA Pacific Hflc: phone Kesrnv C95.
SCALP specialist, manicuring, electric scalp
MJ>si»ajr<--. 144.% Fillmore st.
MAGNETtr! menace nnd stpjim baths by trained
rcrse. MRS. JOHNSON. 605 10th st. Oakland.
MRS. ANDKEWS. late of Turkish baths, raas-
*-r>use. pfcys. ; refs.. removed to f>o2 Grove st.
HOT salt h:ith« (medical) : masssjre for both
fpsps. 413 IMb. st.. Oakland.
MAGNETIC massage, scalr) treatment. MRS.
ROBINSON. 215 O'Farrell rt.. apt fi.
i~HFRM\L electric institute. »>tc: treatments
_^ »nd massare. MRS. SAXDBHRG. 1227 Webster.
T-_ECTRICAL INSTITUTE. G7 6th st.— Electric
blanket packs: hot salt water baths.
ELECTRIC vibratory massage, salt clow. MRS.
CORTKZ. 913 Van Sen av. cor. Ellis. — lite 203
MHS T'R VinRnCK. electro-magnetic treats, for
rheumatism, liver troubles, etc. 1212 Scott st.
WALLS' facial, scalp irsqTjetle treatment.
3W.5A Mission st.. room 55.
MME MAURIcn — Magnetic treatments; oil rubs.
Poom 1. 413H 12th *t.. Oakland.
Vr<'!?.DSTKIX '""\u25a0\u25a0 theatrical and rassciersfle cov
?':mf-rs: country orders specialty. RR3 Market
Tnr FILT_»ORE BRANCH OF THE CALL 13
«T 1«r.7 FTT.T.MORK ST. :"-- -\u25a0 \u25a0'.
CLAIRVOYANTS
CLAIRVOYANT AXD PSYCniC.
GEORGIA DANIELS teJls names, dates,
fa**ts; dispels evil influ^nc*: brings about your
rpncf sanguine hopes; satisfaction guaranteed:
no fee In advance, you to be the judge; special
iirW* th!s week. 50<- end $1.
NATIONAL HOTEL. ll^S MARKET ST..
fcfeond door -west of American Theater. Office
hours 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.^ daily: Sunday 2 to 4.
*._ -ÜBS I H. KIXNAIRD. ord. ; cod. dallr.
;rM: Hr. Pun. Mon.. Wed. Fri.. Bp. m. 1133
Fillmore st.
MISS ZEMDAR. young, gifted clair. and palmist;
* a wonderful prophetess; liours 10 to 10; 1. 50c.
j:. fl. 1610 McAllister st. nr. Devlsadcro.
MMK I.E^NIDA. bonesr readines: palmist cards,
rlafr.: Pnn. nrinolntments. 043 McAllister st
MIUF Starr of Oakland, at Hotel Carllng, S. F.,
1154 Mkt.. r. 3: truth or no pay: 10 to Op. m.
MMK LEOVIDA. honest rcadines: palmist, card*.
"VlBtV.: Pen. appointments. MR McAllister «t.
a*_vrs J J WHITNEY, trance medium;
«m^a-t!o- $i. -t her borne, IIM O;F>mIl;
by letter. 4 questions. $1; phone Franklin 5024.
' MISS LEA best fortune teller; readings. 25 cts.
Hcom ISJ 311 Van Ness _t.. _r. McAllister st
MISS M. WILLIE, medium, crystal ">~_W can
I* f-onsclted on all matters. 1615 Fillmore st.
liV s. SEAL, spirit mln-:^^..^'?;
"T\-< >t> . y marriages, fcnerals. 7R6 McAllister.
ASTROLOGY
PHRENOLOGIST, reads your life by esoteric
D_re_olo*r. I__ Market et.: to*. 9toB D. m.
INVESTMENTS
E. F. WAYLAND _ CO., BROKERS.
«74-476 Monadnock building. San Francisco.
STOCKS OFFERED FOR QUICK SALE.
R.<v>o shares Monterey Coal Co. U0t)...0 55 -'l!,
2.000 Ingomar Cons. Gold Mine Co rt? -°f
5.000 Los Angeies McKlttrlck Oil Co... fa -05
2.000 Four MPtals Mining (San Jose)..<fJ -°->
t.Ono sliarrs Psulsen Wireless Phone.. (ft I- 30
1.2.10 shares. The La P.lanc Oil Co It --- 1
1.200 sharps Coalinca Centr.il Oil Co fJ .3J>
3.000 Alnska Petroleum & Coal Co <3 \J~
l.orvi shares Liberty Oil Co <_ •"
1.000 shares M s no!i"rla Slldwar Oil Co. Cheao
1 oon Pacific Frnlt Cooling _ Co. .^ .'*
1.000 sharps Templor Ranch Oil Co fi -I*
1.200 shares .Te.yoll Oil Co « .15
I.OOn ch*re« pi-r,, c !e OH Co ** - 10
f.OftO Vpttrrn OH Development Co Cfl .">
l.OTiOi.sdir WasWmrton Oil Co <t •«\u2666
I.<VW) sharps M. M. & M. J. Cons. OH Co.Cf, .."O
rr.ft shares Vjsnlia Midway Ol] Co. ..ffl \u25a0>*"
*oo shores Hates Concrete Tie Co fij S.OO
r.AO California ConsoiloatPd Oil Co f? -45
BflO shares Paulsen Wireipss T. & T. Co. .SO
TAO shares Pyramid Oil Co fJ \u25a0**
?0!5 Rnrlinesmp Tpl-. Typewriter fill .25
2 r W' Pact fir; Slope Securities O ** ' '-5"
?5 shares Mascot Co?-pr Co <?t 4.40
?n Western States Mfe In«. Co «J 20.00
.•; TCestern Consolidated Coal, Gas &
F.lr-ctrle Co. Boids Bid
2 shares Hidalgo Plantation Co & 390.00
?[, 7,-fmin., rubber f<Mv. ojt\..<» 160.P"
Wanted— l.OOo Tcmplor Ranch Oil C0..(% -14
STOCK BARGAINS OFFERED FOR SALE
CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN BUY ELSEWHERE
2. 0n0 shares T>« Blanc Oil Co Ci .25
I.ono share* Temptor Ran^h Oil Co...(fJ ChPan
1.000 shares Ventura Oil Der. Co fit Bid
2.non shares Oric. Araador Mln. Co... ft .«0
2. nno shares A'sck* Pet. Jt- Coal C0..<3) .12
iron shares Midway Premier Oil Co. .ft. .M
r.OO shnn>s Liberty Oil Co 61 .15
IVI shares Parin'- Fnilt Cool _: Vap.(f? .15
?O0 shares Section Si* Oil Co f? .22
ir.O slieres PrvarnH Oil Co fit Cheap
€70 shares Vlsalla MMwav Oil Co..<Ji> .7"5 .
1 7.a Za<vnlr.R Rubber (1*90) <SJ 155.00
2.<W> T.snv Washington Oil Co Wanted
100 Mjjiv.t Conner Co. . . .«? 3.75
P. »». HARRIS * COMPANY. BROKERS.
7.-.1-75 1 ? PliP^nn blrt>.. San Francisco. Cal.
Tll^nE Is money In oil stocks: I havp a lease
with option to bnv I*so acres of land In a
hlsrh gravity oil district If you have fIOO or
more yon can ~ e t In on the grorind floor; SIOO
should bring $1,000. Address bor 293, Oak-
land. Cal.
\ FINANCIAL
ACCOUNTS California safe deposit- hongbt and
loans made on all kinds «f securities. J. BOA9,
4T.4 Monftromerv st.
•'Ar.R<~>TT r—T-« r{OVn<s •• /vir-oi—^'on STOCK^
MINES AND MINING
GOT.n. •'rnljram. rirh ore bo"eht: cash; x«sav!n«r
r.Oc. Piorper A««av Co.. 1.11 Kth nr. Howard.
MONEY TO LOAN
AAA— -MONEY FOR HOLIDAY EXPENSES!
OTTICK LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE —
We mnke aH sslnrifvi emnloyps a loan without
KEC.rRITY OR IVDOPSER In a onlck. con-
fioe-itiM manner: POSITIVELY NO ONE. WILL
KNOW: under our new management snd system
von are assurer!, without exception, the lowest
rates in the citvt we are 'ontr established nnd
reli-ihle: AT.L WF, WANT TS YOPR PLAIN
NOTE. CHEAT NORTHERN' LOAN CO.. 61R
Phrlan M<lg.. Oth floor: offices open until fl
n. m.: Monday and Saturday evenings until
R p. m.
AAAA— XMAS M*">NKY XMAS MONEY
NOW IS THE TIME
If Ton need * little money for Chrfstma*
shopping, make it a clean cut proposition and
borrow on votir '-SALARY." Wp loan all sal-
aried people on their plain notps without so-
cur!tv or !ndr>rser. Your employer or fripnds
cpver VnoTv of any transactions at our offce.
T?epay as yon can. weefclv or montfclr. Onr
rr.tc9 are the lowest. WESTERN LOAX CO..
40R Call bM«.. offices open until 6p. m .; Mon-
days nnd Satnr'iflTß until S p. m.
AAAA— WE LOAN MONEY TO SALARIED
PF.OPLK WITITOUT SECURITY: business
CONFIDENTIAL: no charge for application:
nothing taken out In advance; no red tape
methods here: too are charged ONLY for the
t'mp tod have the money: you can get from us:
SI .VOO-T Repay *4.00 month, fl.oo weekly.
1 25.00 — Repay ?0.f?3 month. Sl.fiS weekly.
$30.00 — Repay $8.00 month, J2.00 weekly,
jr.0.0o — ReDay $13.35 month. $3.35 weekly.
THE ROYAL INV. CO.. 750 PHELAN BLDG.
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.
AA*— STRICTLY COXFIDF.XTIAL loans on fur-
rslfnre. pianos, livestock, warehouse receipts or
security of any kind; loans can be repaid In
«-a*r weekly, monthly or yoarl.v payments: it Is
*aeier to pay one than a number: don't fail to
call and -f-e tis. ILLINOIS FIVAXCE CO..
formerly Illinois Trust Co.. 151« Eddy St.. half
block from Fill more. Telephone West 6745.
AAA— HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY \u25a0
WILL LOAN YOTT MOXF.Y OX FFnxrTTCRE,
PIANOS. ETC.: $l ft to $200: LOW COST: CON-
FIDENTIAL: HONEST AXD SOTTARE DEAL.
CALL. WHITE OR PHOXE.
557._ PACIFIC BLDG., 4TH and MARKET.
PHONES— DOUGLAS 32*5. HOME J1741.
Oakland <->ffl>e — f.IS First National Bank Bide.
MONEY leaned on furniture, pianos and other
security; lowest rates; most favorable terms In
this city: pep others, then see me and be con-
vinced- T will eave you money: $2.25 weeklv
repays $.">0 loan. Phone Market 3029. GEORGE
• W. MILLER. 3009 ICth st. southwest corner
Ml«sK>n. room 35.
MONEY loaned salaried people, women keeping
honse end ethers upon their own names with-
out security: easy payments: save money by
tradinsr here. Offices In 05 principal cities.
TOLMAX. room 949. Phelsn bldg.. San Fran-
cisco, and room 9. 4RO 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 Dorcelas 3244.
FCRXITUKE—
LIFE INSURANCE—
SALARIES—
Ware Earners" In— p«?tment and Loan Company,
443 Pine f>t.
AAA— SECURITY I/lAN COMPANY.
Monev loaned on furniture, etc.: LIBERAL
TERMS': transactions strictly confidential and
fqnare. 56R Pao!fi> bide. Phone Sutter 17.93.
~ BALDWIN .TEWELRY CO.»
Gold and Silver Smiths.
28-S3 Keamy st.
LOAN DEPARTMENT.
AAA — SALARIED men and women accommodated
Trlthout delay or publicity. Home Credit and
Investment Co.. 321 Phelan bldg.. third floor.
AAA — Wage earners, either men or women, can
make a Iran In strictest confidence at the
Employes' Credit Co.. room 424. Monadnock -big.
SALARY LOANS — Ladles and gentlemen without
security: notes and commercial paper bought
SIS Merchants' Ex. bMe. : phonp Douglas 1411.
BORROW monpv at 2 r>. e. on diamonds, jewelry.
GARIN JEWELRY CO.. lllfi Market opp. 7th.
SALARY loans: other propositions. San Fran-
cißco Discount Agency. 411 Pacific bldg.
ON furniture and nlanos: no removal. TRE-
MAIX. room 811. 833 Market, next Emporium.
ON fnrnitnre cr pianos: private party. BECKER,
room 297 Monadoock bntldlne. 681 Market st
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without In-
florser. MOnRTT.r.. 1022 MoTjsrtmvJr bnllrtlng.
MONEY WANTED
LOAN of $200 for six months from private party;
ample security; strictest Investigation. Box
2fO. Call offlce.
MONEY TO LOAN— -Real Estate
AA— LICK LOAN CO..
Lick building, 83 Montgomery «t.
Deal direct Real estate loans, first and sec-
ond mortgages on improved or unimproved prop-
erty; »lso Installment loac*. Bank rate*.
Phones Douglas SOl6. Home C3OIS.
ANY amount; lowest rates on first and second
mortpage* oa real estate, legacies, undivided
Interest. e*tatee in probate: no delay. R.
McCOLGAN. rooms 602 and 504. Claus
Spreckels (Call) bnildln-. Market and 3d sts.
ANY amonnt on real estate, first or second mort-
gages, or any security; no delay: lowest rates.
O. W. BECKER. Monadnock bldg.. ftSl Market.
MONEY to loan on Oakland. Berkeley, Alameda
and Fmttvale real estate at 6 to 7 per cent.
GEO. W. AUSTIN. 1018 Broadway. Oakland.
FIRST mortgagee, city real estate, 6 per cent
Puras $3,000 to $50,000. T. E. HAYMAX. Ist
National Bank bide.. Montfrompry and Post sts.
FIRST and second mortgage*. . nny . amonnt
FHAHBURXE CO.. «03 Monadnock building.
FIRST anrl second mortgages, estates, legacies.
H. MURPHY. ISO Sutter st. -
CITY REAL ESTATE '
COTTAGES for sale in the Mission district; $15
monthly. Call for our list of cottages . and
bouses for sale on easy terms. .
OSCAB> HEYMAN & BROTHER.
113 Montgomery st. . '
$5.600 — Large 8 room dweUlng; 2 mantels, 2
toilets, auto entrance and 3 bay window
rooms; terms $1,000 cash, balance monthly.
CB4 2d av.. 1 block from park. F. NELSON.
owner, on premise*.
LOT. 35:4x127:6, south side of Clay st bet. Polk
and Larkln. -Price reduced to $7,600: choice
surroundings; a moet convenient location;
nee this quick; won't last long.-T. E. HAY-
MAX, First national bank building.- -..
HAVE Standard Title Insurance Company. Mills
bids.. Insure your title; save time, save moaey.
THE SAtf FRANCISCO WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1910.
CITY REAL ESTATE
\u25a0_.'_' V Continued
TnOMAS E. HAYMAX.-
Suite 202. First- National Bank Bldg.
Montgomery and Post. . Kearny 1703.
$10,000 — Cash: rents $2,220 per annum; full price
only $15,500 for 6 high class new flnts.
Nob hill; hardwood floors, wall beds. Peer-
less boilers; everything strictly first class.
Really a bargain.
*0,500 — Cash: 3 high class new flats near Mc-
Allister and "Baker: rented low nt $100
per month: full price reduced to $10,600.
Very artistic.
$4,000 — Cash: rents $1,200 per annum: S new
flats near 15th and Market; full price
only $8,000. This must and will be sold
this week. Be quick.
$3,<00 — Cash; Sacramento st; choice new store
and flat, rented $900 per annum. Full
price reduced to 55.200.
$12,000— Cash: 'rents $2,700 per annum: 7 of the
flnes,t built flats on Nob hill; full price
reduced to $20,000: extra well built.
$3,500 — Cash; 2 new flats near Jackson and
Flllmore; full price only $8,500; cost
$1 1 .000. Snap.
$8,000 — Cash: near Washington and Baker: . 3
new flats, 7-8 rooms: exceptionally wt»ll
built; full price reduced to $12,300. This
Is worth $4,000 more. Forced sale. .
$6,ooo— Cash; 3 of the prettiest flats in Pan-
handle district; have fine marine view;
extra well built: just completed: large lot;
fnll price only $10,000. Extra fine.
$10,000 — Cash; rents over $3,000 per annum:
choice NW. cor. east of Fllltnore; new:
owner In position where he must sell:
r?duced to $20,000. This in the biggest
nargaln In Pan Francisco. Be quick.
$15,00 / >— €ash: rented $5,000 per annum: high
class apartment house on Nob hill; lot
?.. r ixl3s; 15 apartments: marine view; full
nrice reduced to $31,000. Extra well
built.
$6.ooo— Cash: full price $11,250 for 3 new. most
artistic fiats, near McAllister and Devlsa-
dero; nothing finer In city. Any reason-
able offer considered. Must be sold.
$t,OO0 — Cash: rents $I,ROO per annum: full price
reduced to $12,800 for 6 new flats: extra
large lot. near Vallejo and Larkin sts.
$10,000 — Cash: rents about $2,000 per annum;
choice new corner near 16th and Mission:
full price only $17,500. This Is something
fine: don't miss seeing It before sold.
$20.000 — C-sh; rents $6,000 per annum: high j
class apartment house, east of Polk: lot
over 50 ft. front; full price only $40,000.
This is something extra fine.
$s,ooo— Caph: Church near Market; lot 50x125.
. with 4 flats rented $100 per month: full
price reduced to $11,500; with a small
expense of putting In stores this will pay
handsomely; value a* It stands Is $15,000.
$7.000 — Cnsh: leased $1,500 per annum: full
price reduced to $13,000. Fillmore st.
business property. This Is a bargain.
$4,500 — Cash: rents $2,100 per annum; 14 four
room apartments; lot 50x115; Mission
dlst.; full price only $12,000. Owner
needs money.
$21,000 — Choice NW. cor.. Western addition near
Devlsadero «r. ; nearly 50 ft. front: 6
hlsh class flats; rents reduced to §2,620
per annum; space for store addition.
$4,000 — Cash; 2 of the best built new 5-6 room
flats in Western addition; lot 27:6x137:6;
price reduced to $7,700.
$3,400 — Cash: lot 30x100; 2 nearly new 5-6
room flats In Union et. : fnll price re-
duced to $6,700: lot alone worth the
money; business property.
) $2,700 — Cash: full price only $5,200 for two
5-6 room flats in Parnassus av. This is
a snap.
$3,000 — Cash: full price reduced to $7,500; 2
high class new duplex residence flats; have
hardwood floors; Western addition.
$4,000 — Cash; 2 of tlie best built 5-6 room
flats in Ashbnry dlst; north side of street:
new: cost $9,000; owner forced to go
awny: will sacrifice for $7,000.
$5,000 — Cash: near Washington and Walnut: 2
high class S-10 room flats: marine view,
full price reduced to $12,000; would be
cheap at $15,000.
$750-— Cash: choice new 4 room bungalow: 16th
nv. nnd Clement st.; full price only $3,750.
Bsrgnin.
$1,300 — Cash: choice new 6 room residence near
loth av. and Clement Bt; full price re-
duced to $5,000.
$2,ooo— Cash; 1400 sth av.. Sunset, at K St.:
choice ft room residence; price reduced
to $4,500; would be cheap at $6,000; this
Is a forced sale and a bargain.
$2,9oo— Cash: excellent 6 room residence. Jor-
dan tract; lot 33x120; full price reduced
to $7.000.
SOL GETZ A: SONS. INC.. REAT/ ESTATB
DEALERS— 32B Chronicle bldg.
$900 to $1.750 — Lot on official grade in our
"New Tract," "H," "I." "J" and "K" fits..
from 22d to 25th avs.. Sunset district Streets
graded and sewered, water and gas; easy terms.
Call at our branch office, cor. "H" st. and 24th
av. Open daily and Sundays.
$300 to $1.350 — Best lots tn "Oceanslde" dis-
trict Inspect our newly graded blocks. .
$650 to 11,650— Choicest Richmond lots.
$175 to $450 — Excelsior homestead. Ocean
View and Lakevlew lota. $5 monthly. .
$1,000 to $4.ooo— Modern cottages; goofl loca-
tions; very easy terms
"Oceanslde" . branch office eor. "H" st and
17th av. Open daily nnd Sundays.
SOL GETZ & SONS, 32S Chronicle bldg.
CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.
1 TO 5 ACRE HOME AT HAYWARD, ONLY
SIX MILES FROM OAKLAND.
SMALL PAYMENT DOWN AND FOUR YEARS
ON THE BALANCE.
-
String beans have produced $900 per acre, peas
(the earliest In the state) $500, garlic $600. You
can grow fruits and berries that will pay even
better than the above.
An electric and two steam railroads to the
land. Our prices are the cheapest for this class
of level, loam soil. Inside of 25 miles of San
Francisco. Why have we sold over $100,000 of
this land to local people who have worked It for
SO years? They know Its value.
Only about SO acres left; soil 20 ft deep by
test. Will build for you. on Installment plan.
Delays are dangerous; act quickly.
Free maps and Information.
ROBINSON & GUNNING.
General Agents for lands of the Meek Estate,
Hayward, Cal.
SMALL FARMS AND COUNTRY HOMES.
RANCHO EL RIO. IN THE SAN RAMON
VALLEY. CONTRA COSTA COUNTY.
NEAR WALNUT CREEK.
SUBDIVISIONS OF 5-10 ACRE TRACTS.
If yon are in the market for a small farm or
country home do not fall to see this property:
most accessible to transportation; within % mile
of a thriving town containing .hotels, stores,
physician, churches and good schools, a splendid
district for chickens; particularly adapted to the
raising of walnuts, almonds, peaches, pears,
small fruits and vegetables of all kinds; there
are a few magnificent red oaks on each 5 and 10
acre subdivision ; the interurban electric railway
Is ' now building and will be open for traffic in
the near future; If you are Interested, \u25a0we will
be glad to show you this property; communicate
with us at your earliest opportunity; price $100
per acre and up; one-fifth cash, balance In 3
years: send for circular. DODGE VER MEHR
CO.. 2015 Shattnck av.. Berkeley. Cal.
LET THE CROPS PAY FOR TOUR FARM.
We will sell you Irrigated land In onr
MERCED COLONY, adjoining the city limits of
Merced, on a CROP PAYMENT PLAN. Make
one payment tn cash, then the balance of the
purchase price from one-third the crop each
year. la other words, you pay exactly In pro-
portion to your returns from the soil. We have
confidence In the productivity of our land or we
could not make this proposition. If you have
equal confidence in yourself, write us today for
particulars.
10 to 20 acre tracts, $100 to $125 per acre,
loclnding water right.
CO-OPERATIVE LAND & TRUST COMPANY,
BOS Market st.. San Francisco.
ONLY $25 cash for a 5 acre home close to San
Francisco, in. Alameda county; some of the
finest land in California for berries, poultry,
fruits, walnuts, almonds and vegetables.
Beautiful and level; some land only 6 minutes
to P. 0., stores, theaters and all require-
ments of an up-to-date community. Buy good
land close to S.' F., with good transporta-
tion facilities, and you are sure to make
money. We have be«t land, choicest, most
healthful location, lowest prices, easiest
terms, best transportation: S. P. & W. P. rail-
roads; 20 passenger trains and 25 freight
trains dally; $75 per acre up; only $25 cash
for 5 acres. RICH VALLEY LAND CO., ISO
Sntter st. \u25a0 \u25a0 -: .
GROW APPLES WHERE APPLES GROWT
Quit slaving for others and work for your-
selves: raise apples: 10 acres enough ; profits
from $500 to $2,000 per acre growing apples
on our Mendoclno coast lauds; advantage over
. all competitors; low price land on small
monthly payments, without taxes or Interest*
lowest freights: no frost; no Irrigation; no In-
sect pests; finest fruit grown; see our win-
dow display: office open evenings; call .and
see us. CALIFORNIA APPLE LAND GO.,
101 Telegraph av., Oakland.
NOTICE. HOMESEEKERS— FREE STEREOP-
TICOX LECTURES DAILY. 2 p.m.. lectur«
rooms, California Development board, third
' floor Ferry building, S. P., covering 3 counties
- In SUNSHINE VALLEY. 120 miles from 8. P.;
- alfalfa,' dairying, hogs, fruits, vegetables, nuts,
etc. ; everything explained by M. C. Coats, the
\u25a0 comity representative; see him for reliable In-
formation and literature on farm lands; he has
_ nothing to sell. *
WALNUT ' orchards are big : Income producers.
We sell 3 year old jrroves of * black walnut
roots. Ingrafted with English walnuts.^ In 4
years you will have a good • and : ever Increaß-
\u25a0 Ing Income. Terms easy. \u25a0-.; Send for map. R
X. BURGESS COMPANY, SO7 First natlonai
bank building. San Francisco.: - . , :
GLENN county is the > canter of " great develop-
ment and opportunity; tb* home of the Sac-
ramento Vaner irrigation company, "Tne
Koha Project." Free Information, ;\u25a0 literature
• aad > Illustrated ; stereopticon. . lectures at v 2:30
\u25a0 p. m. \u25a0. dally at '\u25a0 California \u25a0 development board,
top floor ' «•_-_-.•_•-\u25a0 8.-L. Wood*.' .
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE
Continued
HAVE you sold, your property upon a contract?
If so. I will assume your contract and sr >n
von choice farm lands at a caxh price. DIX-
SOX. THE LAND MAX, rooms 24-23, 937
Broadway, Oakland. \u25a0 -•\u25a0\u25a0•"" - :
41.4 ACRES, near Hay ward: fine; soil; -house,
'stable, chicken house: W chickens; horse and
buggy; only ?2,.">00; the snap of a lifetime.
P. E. BAIRD. 468 11th St.. Oakland.
5-10-20 acres Irrigated fruit, garden and alfalfa
land: $10 acre cash, balance 10 years if de-
sired. PAUL ROSSIER. 33<V Pine st
$25 cash. $10 monthly, buys 5 acres of beautiful
level land In Alnmeda connty. « RICH VAL-
LEY ' LAXpCC^lSOJ^ter^s^^^^^^.
ORCHARD and land for sale or rent. Address
box ir»2. Biggs.- Cal. : _^
S3»'s for 5 acres in Alaimeda county. PROGRESS-
IVE REALTY CO.. ISO Sutter st.
OAKLAND REAL ESTA TE
A CORNER for $I.ooo— Tills property is a few
blocks from Lake Merritt; owner Deeds
pome cash in a hurry and is compelled to
sacrifice this corner. ' (66SS)
Corner flats— Close to 36th and Grove sts. ;
price ?3.750. This is the price of an or-
dinary cottage; you can live in one flat
and have an income from the other.
(6985)
Another corner cheap — Close to 34th st. nnd
San Pablo av. : size 35x100; for an im-
mediate sale the owner will sell on easy
terms. / (6077)
Lots of money to loan at 0 and 7 per cent.
GEO. W. AUSTIN,' mis Broadway. Oakland.
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS.
WE OFFER FOR SALK THE GHIGLIOXE
TRACT. SITUATED OX COLLEGE A V.. FOR-
REST ST. AND RHAFTER AV.: THERE IS
NO BETTER PROPERTY TO BE HAD IN
OAKLAND. HANDY TO CARS AND KEY
ROUTE. SEE THESE LOTS AT ONCE. TERMS
IF DESIRED.
G. C. WRIGHT & CO.
(THE YELLOW OFFICE)
241 CLAREMOXT AV.
OPP. HUDSOX ST. KEY ROUTE STATION.
PHOXE PIEDMONT 4863. OAKLAXD. CAL.
EXECUTOR'S real estate auction sale — In the
matter of H. L. Wiehman, deceased. By or-
der of the superior court there will be sold
• at public auction Saturday. Dec. 17. at 2
p. m.. at auction rooms at 1007 Clay St.,
Oakland, property known as Xos. 3fi2 and 3R4
East J.ith St.; Xos. 1222 and 1230 7th av..
nnd 216 East Ififh st.: kpp legal notice: Rend
for catalogue. H. F. WICHMAN Executor.
J. A. MUXRO & CO.. Auctioneers.
REED. BLACK & REED, Attorneys.
ADAMS POINT
Finest lot Lakeside tract. 60x120: NE. corner
Staten and Bellevue, 1 block south of Grand av..
facing park strip and lake: will make heavy
sacrifice for quick sale. Owner, If>f>4 Webster
St.. corner Orchard. Phone Oak. 3590.
NEW 5 room bungalow. . pretty, modern and up
to date, cobblestone front, marine view, close
to cars and Clnremont Key Route station: $150
CAsh. balance $30 per month, price $3,300. O.
M. BULLOCK. 1420 Broadway. Oakland.
- _ — - A BARGAIN— S2,OOO. ~~
An up to date. 4 room bnnenlow: fine locality.
6509 Dana st. near 6">th. "North Oakland."
$3.250 — New. modern cottage, 5 rooms, close to
2 car lines: 7 ft. high baspment; large lot
and driveway; terms easy. 1117 E. 24th st. j
_^^BLEY^E^J^ST^ATE_
$200 DOWN. $25 month, or exchange for va-
cant land — Xew ."> room cottage, up to date in
every respect; street work and sidewalks; lot
40x135. 1038 Dwlght. close to Grove Bt. car
line: $2,600. worth $3,000. Write to owner,
E. R. Baker, Hnyward.
$25 CASH. $10 monthly — 5 acres of the best land
In Alameda county; rich and level. RICH
VALLEY LAND CO.. IRO Sntter st.
BE SURE TO VISIT SUNNY SLOPE TRACT
BEFORE INVESTING.
Ideal subdivision for poultry raising. Only 3
miles east of Hayward.
Well watered: fronting on the proposed Dub-
lin boulevard, only \i mile to public school, and
you can buy 3. 5 st)d 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 pet a
choice tract of this acreage for less money, from
which yon can make an Independent living?
Apply to the owner. W. E. PROCTOR. C62
17th st. Oakland, or to any real estate dealer in
Hayward.
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. • - .--,,-.-•\u25a0..• •, .
ROBTNSOX & GUNNING.
Tel. Hayward 226. Havw arrt.
FRUITVALE REAL ESTATE
$1,200— 550 cash. $10 mo., 2 r.. lot 100x100.
Sl.Roo— slso cash, $15 mo., 4 r.. lot 50x110.
$2.200— 5300 cash v $20 mo.. 4 r.: lot 45x174.
Houses to rent or purchase. 10 to $30 per mo.
FRUITVALE REALTY CO.,
3202 E. 12th st. Phone Merritt ,242.
BEAUTIFUL HOMESITES.
Visit the beautiful Burlingame hill country,
the most beautiful within reach of the city, far
surpassing the cross bay localities: | transfer to
the San Mateo electric car at Bth and Market —
you always get a seat — and get off at EASTON
station, or take the Southern Pacific at Third
end Toxvnsend. Here Is the finest suburban horn*
Bite on the peninsula. 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 homes will appeal to
you: large lots on easy terms: excellent and fast
train service, twice- as fast as to cross bay
points. For particular* about EASTON addreM
F. J. RODGERS. MILLS BUILDING, SAX
FRANCISCO.
SANTA CRUZ REAL ESTATE
HOMES, ranches, acreage, exchange. Price list
DAVID L. WILSON. Santa Crni. Cal.
RED WOOD CITY— Real Estate
EAGLE HILL VILLAS— I. 2 and 3 acre tracts,
10 minutes from depot; fine oaks and view.
VA LOTA PARK— 2, 3 and 5 acre tracts, ad-
joins city limits. <*\u25a0
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-
ELL. 318-324 Kearny st
REAL ESTA TE TO EXCHANGE
CHOICE level land, good for alfalfa and fruit,
in the Sacramento valley, for only $50 per
acre, clear, to exchange for bay property:
near town, good roads, nice neighbors. This Is
the best offer you ever | had, as the owner
wants to come to town to live. DIXSON, THE
LANDMAN, rooms 24-25, 937 Broadway, Oak-
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THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT inr»7 FILLMORE ST.
PROPERTY WANTED
DESIRE' Iot north of California st. between Polk
and Powell, in exchange for equity in pair
modern flats in Richmond district. Address box
3f.!>. Call offlVe.
LUMBER FOR SALE
SHINGLES, $1.40; rustic, $20; boards $10-
country, orders solicited. :'. 33 lOtb st.-S. F.
LEGAL NOTICES
in the Superior court of the state
of california. in and for the city
and county of san francisco.
JOHN D. SPRECKELS JR., Plaintiff,
Versus
j ALL PERSONS claiming any Interest in, or lien
upon, the real property . herein described, or
4 any part thereof. Defendants.
Action No. 23,837.
. Department N0..-4. , .'.
, Ira S. Lllllck. Attorney for Plaintiff, 523-524
. Kohl Building,- San' Francisco, Cal.
The People of the State of California:
To all persons claiming any Interest In, or lien
upon, the real property herein described, or any
Dart thereof. Defendants, \u25a0 . : - .:-.;\u25a0 :
. GREETING:
You are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint of JOHN D. SPRECKELS JR.,
• plaintiff, filed with the Clerk of the above en-
titled Court and City and County, within three
months after the first publication of this sum-
mons and to set/forth what Interest or lien, if
any, you have in or upon that certain real prop-
erty, • or any part .thereof, situated In the City
and County of San Francisco, State of California,
particularly < described as follows:.
(1) COMMENCING at the southeast corner of
Laguna street and Pacific avenue, running thence
easterly along the southerly line of Pacific a ve-
1 nue fifty-three (53) feet ten (10) 'inches; thence
at - a right angle : southerly ore hundred and
eleven (111) feet; thence at a "right angle west-
erly . fifty-three (53) ; feet ten (10) inches to the
easterly line -of Laguna street;; thence northerly
and along the said easterly line of Laguna street
one hundred snd eleven (111); feat to the south-
erly • line of Pacific avenue and point of ; com-
mencement" ' \u25a0 \u25a0 '•
Being a portion ©f Western Addition ; Block
number- 194.;; ---.v \u25a0'^-'-^ '-:'\u25a0\u25a0 - ; v- \u25a0\u25a0 ' \u25a0
(2) Commencing " at i the > point of " intersection
of rthe- southerly; llnei of An«a (formerly "A")
Btreet * with - the \u25a0 westerly ': line ;. of Twenty-third
avenue, running; thence goutberly and along said
LEGAL NOTICES
Continued \u25a0-
westerly line of Twenty- third avenue one hun-
dred and fifty (150) feet: thence at a H_ht anple
westerly one hundred and ten (110) feet and
eleven (11) Inches; thence at a richt anjrle north-
erly and en a line parallel with said line of
Twenty-third avenue one hundred nnd fortv-rwo
(142) feet to a point: thence northeasterly thirty
(30) feet- and eight and three-elehths (S-%)
inches to a point on the southerly line of Anza
(formerly "A") street which. Is distsnt thereon
elsthty-one (81) feet nnd seven (7) inches west-
erly from the point of commencement; and
thence easterly and alone said southerly line of
Anza (formerly "A") street eiphty-one (81) feet
and seven (7) Inches to the point of commence-
ment. \u25a0
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block
number 306.
. (3) Commencing at a point on the westerly
line of Twenty-third avenue distant thereon one
hundred and seventy-five (175) feet southerly
from the southerly line of Anra \u25a0 (formerly "A")
street, running thence southerly alons said line
n l Twenty-third avenue twenty-five (25) feet:
thence -st a right anplc westerly one hundred and
ten (110) feet and eleven (11) inches; thence at
a. right angle northerly twenty-five (251 feet:
thenceat a rielit ancle easterly one hnndred and
ten (110) feet and eleven (11 > Inches to the said
westerly line of Twenty-third avenue and the
point of , commencement.
1 Being a portion of Outside Lauds Block
number 306.
(4) Commencing at a point on the westerly
line of Twenty-third avenne distant thereon two
hnndred and twenty-five (225) feet southerly
.from the southerly line of Anta (formerly "A")
street, running, thence southerly alontr said west-
erly line of Twenty-third avenue fifty (50) feet:
thence at a right angle westerly one hnndred
and ten (110) feet and eleven (11) inches:
thence at a right angle northerly fifty (50) feet:
thence at a right angle easterly one hundred and
ten (110) feet and eleven (il) Inches to tho
westerly line of Twenty-third avenue and point
of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block
number 306.
(5) Commencinc at a point on the westerly
line of Twenty-third avenue, distant thereon
three hundred (300) feet southerly from the
southerly line of Anza (formerly "A") street
running thence southerly along said line of
Twenty-third avenue twenty-five (23) feet:
thence at right angles westerly one hundred and
ten (110) feet and eleven (11) inches: thence
at a right angle northerly twenty-five (25) feet:
thence at a right angle easterly one hnndre'd and
ten (110) feet and eleven (il) Inches to the
westerly line of Twenty-third avenue and point
of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 306.
(6) Commencing at the point formed by the In-
tersection of the westerly line of Twenty-third
avenne with the northerly line of Balboa (for-
merly "B") street, running thence northerly
along said line of Twenty-third avenue seventy-
five (75) feet; thence at a right angle westerly
one 1 hundred and ten (110) feet and eleven (11)
inches; thence at a right angle sontherly sev-
enty-five (7.1) fppt to the northerly line of Bal-
boa (formerly "B") street, and thence nt a right
angle easterly along said line of Balboa (for-
merly "B") street one hundred and ten (110)
feet and eleven (11) inches to the westerly line
of Twenty-third avenue and the point of com-
mencement.
Being a portion of Ontside Lands Block num-
ber 306.
(7) Commencing at a point on the westerly
line of Twenty-third avenne. distant thereon one
hundred and twenty-five (125) feet northerly
from the northerly line of Balboa (formerly
'B' ) street, running thence northerly along said
westerly line of Twenty-third avenue seventy-
five (75) feet; thence at n right angle westerly
one hnndred and ten (110) feet and eleven (11)
Inches: thence at a right angle southerly seventy-
five (75) feet, and thence at a right angle east-
erly one hundred and ten (130) feet and eleven
(11) inches to the westerly line of Twenty-third
avenue and the point of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 306.
(8) Commencing at a point on the westerly
line of Twenty-first avenue, distant thereon two
hundred and twenty-five (225) feet northerly
from the northerly line of Balboa (formerly
"B") 6treet, running thence westerly one hun-
dred and twenty (120) feet: thence at a right
angle northerly thirty -one (31) feet and eight (8)
Inches; thence northeasterly one hundred and
twenty (120) feet and nine (9) Inches to a point
on the westerly line of Twenty-first avenue,
which la distant forty-flve (45) feet northerly
from the point of commencement, running thence
southerly along said line of Twenty-first avenue
forty-five (45) feet to the point of commence-
ment.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 304.
(9) Commencing at a point on the
line of Eighth avenue, distant thereon one hun-
dred and seventy-five (175) feet northerly from
the northerly line of Fulton street, running
thence northerly along said line of Eighth ave-
nue twenty-five (25) feet; thence at a right
angle westerly one hundred and twenty (120)
feet; thence at a right angle southerly twenty-
five (25) feet, and thence at a right angle east-
erly one hundred and twenty (120) feet to the
said westerly line of Eighth avenue and the
point of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 3SS.
(10) Commencing at a point on the easterly
line of Fifteenth avenue, distant thereon one
hundred and sixty-eight (168) feet northerly
from the northerly line of Balboa (formerly
*'B") street, running thence northerly along said
line of Fifteenth avenue twenty-four (24) feet;
thence at a right angle easterly one hundred and
twenty-seven (127). feet and six (6) Inches;
thence at a right angle southerly twenty-four
; (24) feet; thence at a right angle westerly one
hundred and twenty-sevtn (127) feet and six (6)
inches to the easterly line of Fifteenth avenue
and the point of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 297.
(11) Commencing Rt a point formed by the In-
tersection of the southerly line of Balboa (for-
merly \"B") street with the easterly line of Six-
teenth avenue, running thence easterly along
said southerly line of Balboa (formerly "B")
street fifty-two (52) feet and six (6) Inches;
thence at a right angle sontherly one hundred
(100) feet; thence at a right angle westerly
fifty-two (52) feet and six (6) inches to the
easterly line of Sixteenth avenne, and thence at
a right angle northerly along said line of Six-
teenth avenue one hundred (100) ?eet to the
southerly line of Balboa (formerly "B") street
and the point of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands block num-
ber 366.
(12) Commencing at a point on the northerly
line of Cabrillo (formerly "C") street, distant
thereon fifty-seven (57) feet and six (6) Inches
westerly from the westerly line of Ninth avenue,
running thence westerly along said northerly
line of Cabrillo (formerly "C") street twenty-five
(25) feet; thence at a right angle northerly one
hnndred (100) feet; thence at a right angle
easterly twenty-five (25) feet, and thence at a
right angle southerly one hundred (100) feet to
the northerly line of Cabrillo (formerly "C")
street and the point of commencement.
Being a portion of Outanov Lands Block num-
ber 372.
(13) Commencing at a point on -the westerly
line of Eleventh avenue, distant thereon one hun-
dred (100) feet northerly from the northerly line
of Balboa (formerly "B") street, running thence
northerly along said westerly line of Eleventh
avenue twenty-five (25) feet; thence at a right
angle westerly one hnndred and twenty (120) feet;-
thence at a right angle southerly twenty-five (25)
feet, and thence at a right angle easterly one
hundred and twenty (120) feet to the westerly
line of Eleventh avenne and the point of com-
mencement. .
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 294.
(14) Commencing at a point on the westerly
line of Twenty-third avenue, distant thereon
three hundred and fifty (350) feet southerly from
the southerly line of Anza (formerly "A")
street, running thence southerly along said west-
erly line of Twenty-third avenue twenty-five (25)
feet; thence. at a right angle westerly one hun-
dred and ten (110) feet and eleven (11) Inches;
thence at a right angle northerly twenty-five
(25) feet and thence at a right angle easterly
one hundred and ten (110) feet and eleven (11)
Inches to the westerly line of Twenty-third
avenue and the point of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 306.
(15) Commencing at a point formed by the in-
tersection of the northerly line of Balboa (for-
merly "B"). street with the westerly line of
Twentieth avenue, running thence westerly along
said line of Balboa (formerly "B") street two
hundred and forty (240) feet to the easterly line
of Twenty-first avenue: thence at a right angle
northerly along said line of Twenty-first ave-
nue one hundred and seventy-five (175) feet-
thence at a right angle easterly one hundred
and twenty (120) feet; thence at a right aissle
southerly seventy-five (75) feet, and thence at a
right angle easterly , one hundred and twenty
(120) feet to the westerly line of Twentieth
avenue, ; and thence at a right angle . southerlv
along said line of Twentieth avenue one hundred
(100) feet to the northerly line of Balboa (for-
merly "B") street and the point of commence-
ment. . •*
, Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 303.
(16) Commencing at a point on the easterly
line of Twenty -first avenue, distant thereon two
hundred. (2oo) feet northerly from the northerly
line of Balboa (formerly "B") street, running
thence northerly along said easterly line of
Twenty -first avenue twenty-five |25) feet; thence
at a right angle easterly one hundred and twenty
(120) feet; thence at a right angle southerly*
twenty-five (25) feet, and thence at a right angle
westerly one hnndred and twenty (120) feet to
the easterly line of Twenty-first avenue and the
point of commencement. . j
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 303.
(17) Commencing at a poln* en the easterly
line of Twenty -first avenue, distant thereon two
hundred and fifty (250) feet northerly from the
northerly line of Balboa (formerly •_•') street,
running thence northerly along said easterly line
of Twenty-first avenue twenty-five (23) feet;
thence at a right angle easterly one hundred and
twenty (120) feet; thence at a rlg-t angle
southerly twenty-five (25> feet, and ; thence at a
right angle - westerly \u25a0 one hundred sod twenty
(120) j feet to the I easterly line of Twenty-first
avenue and the point of commencement.
• Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 303.
(18) Commencing at a point formed hv the
Intersection of the westerly line of Twenty-first
avenue with the northerly line of , Balboa (for-
merly - ,"B") - street." .running thence westerlv
along said line of Balboa (formerly "B") street
fifty-seven ' (57) feet and , six (Bt Inches; thence
at a right angle . northerly one hundred (100)
feet; thence at a right angls : westerly twenty-
five (25) feet, and thence at a right
angle southerly one hnndred (100) feet ;to
ths northerly line of Balboa (formerly "B")
street; and thenoe at ' a right . angle westerly,
alonsr eald line of Balboa , (formerly •_."'» street
one hundred and fifty-seven (1571 itet and six (81,
inches to the easterly line of : Twenty-Second
avenue,; and thence nt. a right ; angle northerly
along said Hoe of Twenty-second avenne two
hundred and twenty-five (225) feet; thence, at a
right; angle \u25a0 easterly , one • hundred and twenty.
i (120) '• feet ; ?\u25a0 thence . at a : right ; angle southerly
twenty-five (25) 5 feet and thence 'at a right angle
easterly , one : hundred 'and twenty (120) ! feet
to the westerly line of. Twenty-first avenue, and
LEGAL NOTICES
________^ Con tinned
thence at a right angle southerly along said
line of Twenty-first avenue two hundred (200>
feet to the ' northerly line of Balboa (formerly
"B"l street nnd the point of commencement
Being a -portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber SO4.
(19) Commencing 8t a point on th*» westerly
lire of Twentieth svenue. distant thereon one
hundred and twenty-five (125) feet «outb"rly
from the southerly line of Anza (formerly "A")
street; thence oontherlv along said line of Twen-
tieth- avenne fifty (50) feet; thence at rieftt
angles westerly one hundred and twenty (120)
feet; tience at right angles northerly fifty (50)
feet, and thence at right angles easterly one hun-
dred and twenty (120) feet to the point of com-
mencement
Being a portion of Outside Land3 Block num-
ber .",03. •
(20* Commencing at a point on the — esterly
line of Twentieth avenue, distant thereon two
hundred and seventy-five f^S* feet northerly
from the northerly line of Balbon (formerly
"B") street, running thence westerly at tight
angles to Twentieth avenue, one hundred and
twenty (120) feet; thence at right angles north-
erly sixteen (1C) feet one and one-half (1%)
Inches; thence northeasterly one hundred and
twenty (120) feet nine (9) inches to a point on
the westerly line of Twentieth avenue which H
distant thereon twenty-nine t25» feet six (6>
inches northerly from the point of commence-
ment, running thence southerly along said Una
of Twentieth avenue twenty-nine (29) feet six
(6) Inches to the point of commencement
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 303.
(21) Commencing at a point on the southerly
line of Aaza (formerly "A") street, distant
thereon one hnndred and seven (107) fe»t and
six (61 inches westerly from the westerly line of
Twenty-second avenue; thence running westerly
along said line of Anza (formerly "A"! street
twenty-five (23) feet: thence at right angles
southerly one hundred (100) feet: thence at
right angles" easterly twenty-flve (25) feet, and
thence at a right angle northerly one huaflrea
(100) feet to the point of commencement
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 305.
(22) Commencing at a point formed bv ths
Intersection of the southerly line of Balboa
(formerlv "B") street with the easterly lire of
Twenty-first avenne. and running thence easterly
alonsr said southerly line of Balboa (formerly
"B") street one hundred and seven (107) feet
and six (6) inches; thence running at right
angles southerly one hundred (100) feet: thence
running at right angles easterly twelve (12) feet
and sir (6) Inches; thence running at right
angles southerly fifty (50) feet: thence running
at right angles easterly one hundred and twenty
(120) feet to the westerly line of Twentieth
avenne; thence running at right angles southerly
along said westerly line of Twentieth avenn»
fifty-eight (58) feet and eight (8) Inches to the
northerly line of Citizens' Homestead and Rail-
road Association Tract; thence running south
eighty-seven (87) degrees fifteen (151 minutes
west along said north line of Citizens* Home-
stead and Railroad Association Tract two hun-
dred nnd forty (2401 feet, more or less, to the
easterly line of said Twenty-first avenue: and
thence northerly along said easterly line of
Twenty-first avenue two hundred and five (205)
feet and six (6) leches to the southerly line of
Balboa (formerly * 'B") street to the point of
commencement. '
Being a portion of Outside Laads Bloc* num-
ber 361.
(23) Commencing at a point oa the easterly
line of Seventeenth avenue, distant thereon one
hundred (100) feet northerly from the northerly
line of Balboa (formerly "B") street; running
thence northerly along said line of Seventeenth
avenne fifty (50) feet; thence at right angles
easterly one hundred and twenty (120) feet;
thence at right angles southerly fifty (50) feet.
and thence at right angles westerly one hundred
and twenty (120) feet to the point of commence-
ment. .
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 290.
(24) Commencing at a point on the easterly
line of Seventeenth avenue, distant thereon two
hundred (200) feet northerly from tie northerly
line of Balboa (formerly "B") street: running
thence northerly along said line of Seventeenth
avenue twenty-five (25) feet; thence at right
angles easterly one hundred and twenty (120)
feet; thence at right angles southerly twenty-
live (2r>) feet, and thence at right angles west-
erly one hundred and twenty (120) feet to the
point of commencement
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 200.
(25) Commencing at a point on the easterly
line of Seventeenth avenue, distant thereon two
hundred (200) feet sontherly from the southerly
line of Anza (formerly "A") street: running
thence somberly along said line of Seventeenth
avenue twenty-five (25) feet; thence at right
angles easterly one hundred and twenty (120)
feet; thence at right angles northerly twenty-
flve (25) feet, and thence at right angles west-
erly one hundred and twenty (120) feet to the
point of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 290.
(26) Commencing at a point on the westerly
line of Sixteenth avenue, distant thereon one hun-
dred and twenty-flve (125) feet southerly from
the southerly line of Balboa (formerly "B")
street; running thence southerly along said line
of Sixteenth avenue twenty-flve (25) feet; thence
at right angles westerly one hundred and twenty
(120) feet; thence at right angles northerly
twenty-five (25) feet and thence at right angle*
easterly one hundred and twenty (120) feet to
the point of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block nmm-
ber 865.
(27) Commencing at a point on the westerly
line of Fifteenth avenue, distant thereon one hin-
dred (100) feet northerly from the northerly line
of Balboa (formerly "B") street: running thence
northerly along sa!d line of Fifteenth avenue
twenty-five (25) feet; thence at right angles
westerly one hundred and twenty-seven (127)
feet and six (6) inches: tuence at right angles
southerly twenty-five (25) feet: thenc at right
angles easterly one hundred and twenty-seven
(\u25a0127) feet and six (6) Inches to the point of
commencement
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 298.
(28) Commencing at a point on the westerly
line of Fifteenth avenne. distant thereon one hun-
dred and twenty-five (125) feet southerly from
the southerly line of Balboa (formerly "B")
street; running thence southerly along the said
line of Fifteenth avenue twenty-five (25) feet;
thence at right angles westerly one hnndred and
twenty-seven (127) feet and six (6) Inches:
thence at right angles northerly twenty-five (25)
feet: and thence at right angles easterly one
hundred and twenty-seven (127) feet and six (6)
inches to the point of commencement.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber' 36a .
(29) Commencing at a point on the easterly
line of Sixteenth avenue, distant thereon one hun-
dred and seventy-five (175) feet southerly from
the southerly line of Balboa (formerly "B")
street: running thence southerly along gald line
of Sixteenth avenue twenty-five (25) feet; thence
at right angles easterly one hnndred and twenty-
seven (127) feet and six (6) Inches: thence at
right angles northerly twenty-flve (25) feet, and
thence at a right angle westerly one hundred
and twenty-seven (127) feet and six (6) Inches
to the "point of commencement
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 366.
(30) Commencing at a point on the south-
erly line of Anza (formerly "A") street, distant
thereon fifty-one (51) feet westerly from the
corner formed by the intersection of the south-
erly line of Anza (formerly "A") -street with
the westerly line of Fourteenth avenue, and run-
ning, thence westerly along said line of Anza
(formerly "A") street fifty-one (51) feet; thence
at a right angle southerly one hundred and
twenty (120) feet; thence at a right angle east-
erly fifty-one (51) feet: and thence at a right
angle northerly one hundred and twenty (120)
feet to the jpoint of commencement
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 297.
(31) Commencing at a point on the westerly
line of Fourteenth avenue, distant' thereon one
hnndred and twenty (120) feet southerly from
the corner formed by the Intersection of the
westerly line of Fourteenth avenue with .the
southerly line of Anza (formerly "A") street,
and running thence southerly along said line of
Fourteenth avenue forty-eight (43) feet; thence
at right angles westerly one hundred and twenty-
seven (127) feet six (8) Inches: thence at right
angles northerly forty-eight (48) feet; thence at
right angles . easterly to the point, of commence-
ment.
Being a portion of Outside Lands Block num-
ber 297.
(32) Commencing at a point on the west-
erly line of Fourteenth avenue, distant thereon
two hundred and twenty-four (224) feet north-
erly from the northerly line of Cabrillo (formerly
"C") street; thence northerly along the west-
erly line of Fourteenth avenne twenty-flve (25)
feet; thence at right angles westerly one hundred
and forty (140) feet: thence at right angles
southerly twenty-five (25) feet: thence at right
angles easterly to the westerly line of Four-
teenth avenue to the point of commencement.
Being a portion of Ontsld»-__ids Block num-
ber 367.
AND YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tbat un-
less you 60 appear and answer the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief demanded la
the complaint, to wit: for Judgment establishing
and quieting said plaintiff's title to all said real
property as the owner thereof la fee simple, and
determining all adverse claims thereto, and as-
certaining and determining all estates, rights,
titles, interests and claims in and to said prop-
erty and every part thereof, and for such other
and further relief as may be Just and proper in
the premises, under and pursuant to the provi-
sions of the Act of the Legislature of the State
of California entitled: "An Act to Provide for
the Establishment and Quieting of Title to Real
Property in Case of the Loss or Destruction of
Public Records." approved June 16th. 1906. and
the Act of the said Legislature amending the
same, approved March 6th, 1909.
. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court
this Ist day of November, A. D. 1910.
[Seal] i H. I. MULCREVY. Clerk.
By M. KRAGEX. Deputy Clerk.
MEMORAXDCM.
The first publication of thii summons was made
In "The San Francisco Call." a newspaper, on
the 2d day of Xovember. A. D. 1910.
IRAS. ULLICK.
Attorney for Plaintiff. 523-524 Kohl Bulldi-g.
San Fraaclsco. California.
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0.\u25a0- ' ~~ TRUSTEE'S SALE ~~
The undersigned offers for sale a ' Mock cloth-
ing and furnishing goods, together with the fix-
tures appertaining - thereto, formerly the prop-
erty of W. L. Cohn, and located at C5 Market
street. San Francisco. Cal.
An inventory of the property may be seen
at the rooms of the ' board of trade of San
Francipco, 100 Pine street, San Francifeo, Cal.,
and also on the store premises, where the stock
may b« Inspected. • - \u25a0 •
Sealed bids are solicited. ' to b» addressed and
delivered to the undersigned, care of the bonrd
of trade of San Francisco, 106 Pine street, San
Francisco,: Ca!., on or before Friday. December
16. 1910, at 2:SO p. m. A certified cheek or
current funds for ,10 per cent of the amount
offered must accompany each bid, returnable
only In • ease of rejection. Right reserved to
reject any. and all bids, Terms cash. Full
amount • of purchase price " required : upon award
of property. H. L. SMITH. Trustee.
Jos. Kirk, "Attorney for Trustee. -\u25a0•
REA». ESTATE TRAXS ACTIOXS
Martin Perica and wife to Manuel Andrade. *
lot In XE line of Twelfth avenue South. 223 SE *
of L street. SE 50 by NS IOC: $fO.
Robert Watt (trustee unrTer deed of Jivseph
O'Keefe and Margaret O'Keefel to Margaret A.
O'Keefe et al., lot In W line of Front street. «1
X of Clay. X 50. W 10-:6. S 19:1. W S. S 30.
E 107:6; grant
The German favintrs and loan jioclety to Char
lotte Johanson. lot In E line of Howard street.
155 X of Twenty -first. X 60 by E 122:*: $10.
Sylvaln A. Blcm to J^f^nen Blnm. lot In ~"
line of Asnh'iry street. 217:3 S of Waller, S 23
by W 100: $1(1.
Samael Low Abrnms and wife to same, same:
$10.
Jacob rterman en— nan— to Denis Cashrnaa and
wife, lot SXfl; g!ft map ?.; $10.
Lo— tito Ferr»»!ros and — ; f> try Daaiel nealT
and wife, lot fit. gift map I; $1A
T.oufs M. Eenlockway and ttM* tn William F. »
.\'!nm«». lot In W line of F.'tr Oaks street. 195 '
X "f Tw enty-flfth. X 25 by W 125; *lf>.
P«rk«?f?p rpalty rr_-an.r of Pan Francisco to ',
F. B. Grrnther. lnt In ~* ltn" of TTiirt>t!i avenne.' -
I.™ S of T «tr»<»t. S 2* by E l_v, Sto.
Snme to V»rgare* May. \nt la N line of T
«fr«>«»t. 3S:ft W cf Tvrenrynlnth avenue. W 25
by N 100; stlO.
I«»MlIi F. S^Wfinr to Http*- SchntMcr. lot
in W lin» 'of K»mp«hire street. .125 S of Tw eaty
fifth. S 53 hy W 100: gift.
Sam*» to same. lot in W Hn* of Potr«ro> >»-pnn<».'
170 j! of Twertieth street. S 4S:1O by W in<l; .
gift
Same to sa— i«". lof In X r~« of Lilr *t"itn».
ir.x \r P f Henna street. W 27.R r>v N" 40: jrlft.
Same- to »am*>. lot I— X line of Tw»n.rr-flr«t
street. 75 E of Hampsbfr<\ E 25 by X 100:6:
gift.
Same to same. lot at SW c<— cer of Twenty
third and Al>iMma street?. S 104. TC 4rt : _!ft.
Same to «jme. lot in W l!n<» of Hamosnlr<»
utrret. ir>O S cf Tw cKty-fnnrth. S 2*i by W 10O;
gift.
Ssme to s»_(«, lot H SW 11-- of Don» street.
27* SE cf Harrison. S^ 25 br SW S*: &tt.
FHen Ponofsn to Catherine E. Donoran. !tr*
in W Unm of Broderick street 50 S of Hayes. S
25 by W 06:10 V,; $io.
M.irjr^re* McKenrie to Jackson L. Shr»<ler.
lot in W lino of Forry-fh!ri avenue. 250 X of
X stroot. X 130 T>r W ICO; Sto.
Manrl<-» TT. OTonnelt to Am« E". OTVmneTT. :
l«t In X line of Grove <stTP*>t, 110 W of Webster.
W 27:R br X I^7:R: jrtft.
Th« Patent Krl"k «••>— ipn-ny tn S<-ith*rn Psclflf '
rompdnr. lot In SE !!->» of Rp— ~ mtreet. 3-0:1(1
SW nt Fifth. s~" -*s:io. bt- pp, 275; %\n.
Maud TreartweU to E"— r>in» Stat» «mre^~ <^m
panv. lot In E l!-» >f >f.T»onlc i»— »nue, 73 S of
, Fnlron «t—»«>t. S 25 h-r T- 100: $!*>.
{. F>ew Hint: and Ctln She to ti*>«» Drsg^n *n<t
Phoenix thi»iter company. \ot In N" line of CTar
street. S3 E of Stockton. E •'\u25a0". X 6S:f>. W 2S. X
4-AVi, W 13:3. S 4:44. W 13:9. S «S:9 to becln
nins: $io.
The Drn-o- j.-^ p>n«-| s theater company to
Look Tin El!. <>am«: $ff>.
Look Til Ell sit? wife f> T.»— nin?. nTlf ta- *
fprost in lot In X l!n» of ria.- stre<»t. M F. «f
Stockton, R 55. X 65:9. W 2S.'X 4:4^. W 13:3.
S 4:4' i. W 13:0. R rs,.fi: fVX
William T. p»ditett tr> CT»t_ Fxdsett. lot In
\u25a0 W line of Fir** n-enr<». 1?5.50 X oT Goldea Gate
ave-ro. X 21.575 br _ tCO; clft.
WUHarn Murnhy "to Thoaian F. Mnrphr. lot In, '
S line of Hlsrblanrt aveane, 233:1 NE of IloUr.
E 25 by S 100: jrlfr.
Rose Lnlanae to John Bricken. lot at SW eor
n-r of Pine and Lacuna streets, S 23 by W
S7:«: tin.
Mir- Rorten to >rtch*<»! 'Bode-n. lot ta E Tine
of X!net(»er!ta averrce, 150 X of J street. X 25 by
E 120: $10.
Esther Do<»»ti to M"ich»<*l Boden. lot in W lln- "
of Seventeen+h avenae, 300 S of L street. S -O
by W 120: $10.
Van Antwerp Sh.nfer to Catherine Drnke. lot
In E lip* of Th!rt»*nth avenue. 273 S of X
street. X 25 by E I_>: $10.
Leontine Ja~oh to Horsrv R. Jacob, lot tn N
line of riay street. 31:3 W of Baker. W 25 by
X 105: $10.
Fmna A. HoTrlctt to O>ts:« H. Endern anft
wife, lot la X line r» T-onfr-oishth »treet. 11*
W of Xoe. W 3 by X 101 :«: $10.
Lincoln Tttittopr to Amelia Bntraer. lot tn X
line of Thfrtv-thlrrf ive_u«\ 23 W of G street. 1
W 25 by X 10O; K \*t.
Hn-rani H. Salz to TutrlA Hlrschler. lot In X -
line of Fortv-'tTth avenue. CO S of B street. S - \
25 by E 120; JlO.
Georpe A. Otto to «*_«<». lot !n „ line of TVen
tr-fifth (.venne. 125 X of Geary street, N 25 br
E 120: $io.
Mary S. Frled!ander to «»trn-. lot tn W llrt «• of-)
Fort-.se-Pnth avenue. 240 X of C street. X 30 by
W 120: $io.
Asmeo C. Tavlor to g*me. lot in Tv line of
Forty-«l*t_ avenae. 73 S of B street. S 23 by E
Harold W. Jacob* and wife to name, lot In E •
line of Forty-serPnth a-<— ue. 100 X of Fulton I
street. X 25 by E 120: $10.
Mand Coonan to »>ra», lot tn W lfn« of Forty- '
seventh avenue. 270 X of Fulton street, X 30 by "
W 120; $10.
Sara J. CCrn«w n« to Davlrt Htr»rh!i»r. lnt In TV '
line of Forty-fifth «var.ue. CO R* of B «tr»et. S 50
by Vv* 120: $10.
J. n. Atkins to name, lot !n W Iln» of P'ortr- I
seventh avenne, ISO X of Fulton »tr«?«t, Nt 60. T7 •
120. X 120. W 120. S IS. E 240; $10.
Franklin S. Palmer and wife to wm#. Tot tai
JMtne of n street. f,o W of Forty-seventh srrenu»> :
V ?.o by X 100; »io.
William Metinpr and wlf» to 'WTlll.nj P. :
Adams, lot In W line of Fair Oa_<» •_*<*. 160 JJ
of Twenty-fifth. N 25 by W 125: $10.
Estat* Adolph Kutro. dw«s»p(!. h? eT»*T>trlr. tf> -
J. Wlsnon. lot 313 and 14, Mock P. Park Lan* •
tract 4; $760.
Ansu«t G. Wfpsm.^nn to Kithcrlne WlesmsTn
ft al.. lot In X Ip» of Twenty -«p<*ond street, 73
E of Guerrero. T, 26 hy X f)O; $10.
August G. Wlesmann to Wllllnm Strsnb gad
wife, lot In E Hn* of Walter street. US N of
Fonrtpenth. X 25 by E 125; $10.
Sarah Lanzan to Oaf M. Johnson -nd -wife,
lot in W l!n<» of BenninstoT street, 2S X of X— - « "
man. X 25 br W J(V>; *10.
Xnthan F. EnsrlNh and wlf" to. Jacob H<»yman •
comi>«inr. lot In S lino of Geary s+rpet. 32:8 E of -
Thirty-sixth avenne E 2.T by J» ioo : $m.
John J. Hendrlcks to Amelia Lunder*. 1-20 of "
lot oomm-nelnsr 101 S of Twenty-*lr~t street and
14" W of Shotwel!. X Rt:S by E 2:6; $10.
John MichaeT. R. E>lwar<l and Jamp# Landtr<i
to same. 4-10 of lot in W ltnw of Shotwell street.
250 S of Tw pntr-«e<-on«I ft 40. W 12?: ft. X SO. W
18. X 45. W 4:fl. X 1O5:J». T. 2:«. R «:8. E 20.
S K!>. E 322:6. and 4-10 of two other pieces: $10.
\u25a0Tames company to W. P. Johnson lumber and
mill comnnny. lot In X line of RnJTrosd *venn<*.
Ta:^^ SW of Qn<H>»d* strppt. SW 26:7 U. 8_ '
72:6. XE 25. XW St— ol.; $10.
W. P. Johnson lumber »nd mt'.l company to •
Gwfar M. Sf-hoeppe nnd wife, samp; $10.
WIIHam W. and Edward Erl» Bro— n»ll to H.
P. Cox. lot In E lino of Twentv-eiecond avenue.
200 X of Q otreet. X SO br*E 120; $10.
Mary Easdale to John Fasrtsle. half of lot In
W line of Connectl<— t street. 175 Sof Eighteenth.
S 25 by W 100: $10.
Lodovlco and Ennlnfa Cal«*«rart to Sr^rUnc tn-"
vestment company, lot at S_ cottmt of Eight
eenth and Arkansas streets. S 25 by B CO: $10.
John and Tatherlnc Michael tr» 'imf, lot la VF
line of De Haro street. 75 X of Tw rntlfth. ?»• •
25 hv W 100: $10.
John and Marzaret Dugan to same, lot In TV
llnp of Minnesota street. 400 X of Twenty-sec
ond. X 25 by W 100: $10.
Patrirk and Isflbellp Affnes Rodden to same. *
lot In W line of Pennsvlvanin iv— inc. 300 X of
Twenty-second street. X r.o by W 10O; $10.
Frank J. and Affnes Wel"< to same, lot at XH
cornpr of Twenty-swond ant! Mlnnpsot.i streets.
E 25 by X 91 :6. and two nth~r pteces: $10.
Frederick R. Drinkhocse to Alma E. QHnk
house et al.. lot in W llnp of Donney street. 810
S of Frederick. S 25 to W SO; $10.
Catherine RaKzantl to Catherine J. Truman,
lot af«?E corner of W«*b!neton «nd Leavenworth '
strppts. X 20 by E .'.7:6: $10.
Catherine Razzaut! to same, lot In E Itn* of
Treat bvp-hp. 2SR S of Twenty-third street. S .
2G by E 122:6: $10.
Alvin E. Lons to K'tty Lon_. lot In B lini» of
Twenty-first avenue, 225 X of I street. X 25 br
E 120; jrlft. . "
Charles L. Veri^nteere and wife to Gpora* H.
Cammpt. lot in S Hn»» of C street. 45 W of
Twentieth avenue. W 25 by S 110: $10.
Brldsret White to Marr Collins. lot in W lln*»."
of Baker street, 125 X of Post. X 25 by W 10O;-'
srirr.
Maria Ka!«er to Katie K»npp>r. lot fn SW
line of Prec'ta wvpnaet "15 XW of Folsoov"
street. XW 2.-». SW .".4. E 17. SW 21. SE 23.33, \
XE 75 to be«tnnlnir: $10.
John H. Grady and -wife to Erall Kelson anrf. ;
wife, lot In S line of Tw entv-flrst street, 123 .
W of Castro. W 25 by 8 75: $10.
San Francisco land comnany to Ma_ Pearl and
wife, lot in W i:n*» of Elshth avenue. 175 S off
California street. W 120 by S 25; *10.
Franclsca G. A. Molpra anil E. J. Molera to>" '
Isna^ Oppenhelmer. lot In S line of Bnsh street.
1.17:6 E of Tavlor, E 20:6 by S 137:6: $10.
Celina R. Greew to Louis Lnfaze. lot in. S l!ro»
of John street. IS3:S E of Mason. E 23 by S .
60: $10.
Msrjraret Forcie to John Forde. Tot In E line
of Shot well street, 115 S of Twentieth, S 20 by
E 100: pi ft.
Marie L. FarreU to Marie L. Farr-11. lot In X
line of California street. 57.50 X of Fifth aye- T
nue. E 25.13. X 5«.21. W 25. S 88.73: $1".
.Arari> and Charles Edward Ban to C. F. Raa*. ;
lot In XW line of Cl<"mentlp« street, 250 KB of
Secoml. XE 25 by XW SO; $10.
Walter S. Currier and wife to C. F. tlaan.
samp; Sio.
Sol Ooetz * Sons to Winifred M. Byrne, lot
In _ line of Forty-plschth avenue. 73 9 of 3
street. S 25 by F- 120; $to. v i"
Mnrr F. Temnlpton to Stephen and Palpgela
Battiff. lot in W lln» of Rhode Island avenue. -,
200 X Twenty-second street. X 25 by W
ICO: $10. _
Oscar Buhllnsrer. -wifp an<! oth»r» to Jacobfnw
Biihlinger," lot In SE lino of Lisbon street, 250
XF. Persia. XE 50 by SE 10O; SlO.
Stephen A. Born to Mary L. Bom. lot at SW
corner of Duboee avenue and Devisatiero street. -
W *R. S SO. X 40. X SO: jrfft.
Walter B. Morrill tr. Alice E. Morrlil. lot la
E line of Eleventh avenue. 300 S of M street.
S 25 br E 120: jrlft.
Joseph Ire Turner to John C. Turner, lot in
SE line of Fnlton n-renn". 225 SW of Berkshire
street. SW 25 by SE 10O; gift.
Tbp McCartbv'coEinanv to Flizabeta Eelnast.
lot 34. block 31. I.akevie-; $10.
Dt'.iliilns Contract-
Lours S. Haas with Ratto & Gfaaalni— All -nrS
except illuminating fixtures and manteln for *
three storr and basement frame building In NTT
line of Howard street. 165 NE TUlrteenth.
56:2»i by 110: $14,000.
-U. S. Knight with Muleahy & Millerick —
Brick —nrk. etc.. for three story class C boilrl-
Ing. Nt SE corner 'Stockton a-< 1 Stark street*. -E
57:« by S 31:4 1 -. W 21:5, N 10:7^. W 35:0, N
20:0: $_.f»0O.
Wbi P. sad Marr L. H<»aney with John
Ratto * Bros, and Jo««»ph Beek — To er*<t a
one and a half story • frame trailding in S line'
of Carm«>l Htreet, -3T>:l°?i E «f Cole. E ." by .
131 :»: $--\.T4S.
Keystone real <"«tate company with R. Mr-
Lellanrt and C. Collln." — Metal lathing f~r all -
unlathed portions of six floors of building at
cor. Hyde and W»shinsto_ streets; "JS.CSO.
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