1920 Eugene Marinan sells home, 5thpar. SanBernardino CA Cont'd
at of a V Large Number of Homes Are Sold During Past Week (Continued rrom are Wine) Globe Milling Company at Colton. This agency also sold during the week for T. J. Hatswell to Edward enst, recently 01 vvaDasn. too., iue three-apartment three-apartment three-apartment house at Fifth ana Franklin streets. The buyer will make the property the home for himself himself and family. More Home Sales Amos Brothers report the sale for Harry Heap to W. W. Duncan of his ix-room ix-room ix-room cottage on F Street, be tween Eighth and Ninth streets, with lot.xl40 feet, the consideration being being $3750. Sold for C. E. Filkins to Mrs. Nannie Nannie Colwell, four-room four-room four-room bungalow with small lot on the east side of Fussell Street, just north of Base Line. Sold for Edward Wall to Charles E. Hill, an acre lot at the corner of B and Thirteenth streets, consideration, consideration, $1200. The buyers will build and. make it their home. Amos Brothers bought of S. F. Brooks of Burbank. a six-room six-room six-room bungalow bungalow in Colton near the- the- new Memorial Memorial Park. J. J. Wilkins' Real Estate Exchange sold for L. C. Cash to E. O. Bagwell, Bagwell, recently arrived here from Kentucky, Kentucky, a six-room six-room six-room dwelling at 1005 Rialto Avenue. Also sold for Hose Flack to A. E. Askey, a four-room four-room four-room cottage at 130 South G Street. The buyer is a Santa Fe man. One of the best deals of the week is reported by the Garner & Swing agency in the sale of the S. O. Hen-nieer Hen-nieer Hen-nieer home at 795 E Street to D. S. Rodgers; the consideration being $5,-000. $5,-000. $5,-000. Also sold for D. S. oughty to C. Bishop, recently arrived here from Kansas, house and lot at 790 Ninth Street, the consideration being $2400. Noah Adair agency has sold for Dr. M. L. Parcells of Calexico to C. R-Johnson, R-Johnson, R-Johnson, the seven-room seven-room seven-room cottage with lot 50x300 feet at 1052 E Street, consideration consideration $3000. Sold for Ed Smith to J. L. Sheets, five-room five-room five-room cottage and lot 50x150 feet at 637 J Street, $1200. Major L. A. Stromee has sold to L. C. Gray of Orange his bungalow home on Fourteenth Street, just east of D. The buyer Is a contractor and builder and will occupy the place ai a home soon. The Stromees will oc cupy their home on Twentieth Street, recently purchased.