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Roportof observations taken st Los Angelos,
Time. B»r. Ther.jKII'm W'rl Vol |
ftiooe m ».|7 Bfl I 07 BR 1 mm-
6:00 p. in. __\ <>» I 80 W 8 [0l<;»r.
Maximum t-iperatnrc, 74.
Minimum temperature, 55.
Ind lon tions.
Forecast for Bonthorn California! Fair
weather: slight changes In temperature; north
to west winds.
The New York bakery corner of Sixth
and SpTing discharged their union men,
and put in a non-union crew last night.
Undelivered telegrams at the Western
Union telegraph office, corner o[ Court
and Main atreete, June 10, 1893, for
W. P. Bliet, H. Francis, Charlee F.
Wade, M. D., George Lang, A. J. Stev
ens, A. B. Hubble, John Gilliton, Peter
E. Olivae, Wm. Lemos, George T.
Laat call. The Liberal and Progreeaive
anion invitee you to attend their con
cert and ball this evening at Turner
hall. The concert will be tine, the
mnaic grand. Tickets 25 cents, for Bale
•t Vollmer'e crockery atore, 116 South
Spring Btreet; also at Southern Cali
fornia muaic store, 111 North Spring
THAT WORLD'S FAIR TRIP.
The Names and Votes Received Up to
The votea for the Herald's world's
fair free trip have commenced to come.
The names and number of ballots re
ceived so far ere aa followB:
Lvon, H., 724 Alpine street, city 14-4
Iforu, W. A., 60R liownev avenue, city.... 100
Llndsey, Miss Addlo, city 65
Denot, L0n.257 K. First, street, city 41
Brown, Mrs. J. X., 123 Lecouvreur rlri.i l . 42
Kala, 11. O , Charnork block, city Ill)
Hough. Mrs. O. A.. 1131 8.11111 street 218
vtles. Wm.. city- - 2<i
Bormans, Mrs. M., 647 Macy street 08
B.ote. B. J.. Workman block, city 12
Loop, Mabel, Pomona 5
Oanipbell, B. W., 110 K. (Second St., city . (1
Wilson, 11. V.. \VI son block, cl.y 4
Kalisber, M., P'-IO S. Hill stroet, city 12
Hughes, M , Ht. Jsmer park, city 3
Posmody, Thomns, Arcade hotel 3
Finn. J. J., Ban Fernando streot, cily 3
Barnes, Mable. 118 8, i'lowcr stre. 1, oily .. 8
Carlisle, H. A. 112 H. Hope street i
Prod hank, It., 110 W. M.cond street B
lisnburv, .tabes, I'sssdeiia . 3
Pllllnghnin. Dr. R. fl. I',. Hotel .Iscks'iu.city 2
Bets. MaJ. H II , C F. A. 80. Cal. R'y 1
losqnl, »V. A., cily 1
llroi ks, J. M., city 1
Birrcit, A. W., city 1
Ott«, Harrison Cray 1
Matins, J J l
Oliver. W. X., 104 s. Hprlng, Oily 1
Coiinely, Miss N., 110 VV. Second, city 1
Marsh, M . C, city 1
Webber, ltd, 110 W. second, city 1
Barroros, Jinnlo, ctty 1
Holt, U. H . Pasadena 2
Bvan«, Chris, Visalla J
rirmint, D-ion, jr., 257 K. First 4
Flshor, Mrs. L. X., I) 4* tlcorgla BtJI st. ... 41
A Famous Medicine.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has be
come famone for ite cares of throat and
,lnng diseases. It ie intended especially
for coughs, colds, croup end whooping
coughs, and in the uioetoffectunl remedy
known for theae disease*. Mr. C. B.
Main of Union Oitv, Pa., Bays: "I have
a great eale on Cliambnrlain'a Cou<rh
Remedy. 1 warrant every bottle antl
have never heard of one failing to give
entire satisfaction." 50 cent bottles for
Bale by C. F. Ileinzeman, 222 N. Main.
It was reported to the coroner yester
day that a 2-year-dld child had diod
from the effects of eating BOine fly
Produces baldnesa. It is cheaper to bny
a bottle of Bkooknm root hair grower
than a wig; benides, wearing your own
hair ia more convenient. All druggists.
P. Orcenlmrg, H. D. Loveland, T. K. Rtate'er,
A. O. Damn, tv. F. Carson. 11. W. Clark John
Creyer, C.R Lloyd. J. V. Holliday. 11. B. Het
lesou, D. R. Session', s.an Franoisoo; w. Buch
anan, Hew Zealand; H. H, Alexander and;wifo.
Kr.inkio Alexander, Phoenix; y, V. Meserve snd
wife, Redlands; W. 11. Davis, Detroit, Mich.;
P. A. Allardt. J. W. Harrison, Oakland; Miss
Julia Hall, .I.S.Clark, Kansas Cltv; J. Koenig,
San Jose; J.c Fisher, T. P. Griltith and wife,
Ban Dlogo. O. 11. Lovelock, B. 11. I.altln, Chi
cago; B. H. Lsrnore, flr.n Gabriel: M. M. Waite,
New York; J. A. Hankoy, Banta Ann; I!. Heruny
and wife, Brondwpok, Tax.: 0, K. Latalludc
J, J. Boyee, Bsntn Barbara.
The W. O, Fnrrey Company.
Has the largest and linest lino of honpe
hold gooda in the city. Inspect their
varied nnd elegant lino ol gooda at 159,
161, 163 North Spring street.
Orescent Cool Company
Now have Black Diamond, New Mexico,
Gallup and Wellington coal in etock.
Thr. filsmwood Kioto
Can only be hnd at. The W. C. Fnrrey
Company, 159, 161 and 163 North Spring
etreet. Forty per cent saved in fuel by
using these stoves.
ltluck IMamend, New Mexico and Onllnp
Coal arriving doily. Send in yonr or
ders. Crescent Coal Company.
R. D. List, notary public. i.ea;n,i papers care
fully drawn. 127 W. Second; telephone 165.
Mrs. Katie B. Plckit. notary pnbllc, convey
ancing a (specialty. No. 207 New High st.
10c a roll for bunging wall papor. 237 South
25 and 50 per cent off, 237 B. Spring st. Get
our estimates on work. We beat thorn all.
F.ast India Herb Tea Oares
Constipation, biliousness and head-ache,
c eanses tho system, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, makes new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Samplo free. 11. M. SALE & SON, agonts,
820 south Spring street.
Wagon umbrellas, summer lap dusters Foy's
old reliable saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles.
Largest Stock of Fruit and Vegetables.
Strawberries In great variety, the bes; in the
world, at Althousc Bros. , 100 W. First street.
You can buy at cost at Eekstrom Jc Straubnrg's
closing out sale.
Wo se.l Ingralu Wall Paper Do a roll. 237 8
Vast Ozruan Family Boat.
One thousand dollars reward for any
sewing machine that will do as (treat a
range of work, doing; it aa easily ii as
well, as can be done on ths Advance
Davia, oi Vertical Feed Davis sew
ing machine. Kor particulars call at the
Davis office, 128 South Main street.
Union made bread and pastry fresh,
< every dar at 3 p. m., at the Original
bakery, 113 West First street. Onr spe
cialties : Strawberry shortcake, German
rye bread and pumpernickel. Coffee
snd lnnch parlor connected with the
The parties who saw a passenger
thrown from an electric car on Second
atreet, between 8:30 and B o'clock a. m,,
June 3d, will confer a favor by sending
address to .1. W. Smith, book store, cor
ner Second and Main streets.
The Germain Frnit company are the
I sole agents for Southern California for
I'abst Brewing Co.'a Kxport and cele
brated Blue Ribbon beer. These beers
are bottled at the brewery in Milwaukee
only. Ring: np tel. No. 72.
Dr. Charles de Szigethy is now locatsd
in tho Bryson-Bonebrake block. Resi
dence Baker block. Ofliee honrs, 11 :30
to 3:3(). Sundays and evenings hy ap
j pointment. Office telephone, 1156; resi
dence telephone, 1050.
Go to tbe Palace thie week and hear
the Lady Venetian Troubadours before
they leave the city. Papa Schurtz will
be on hand to receive you, and you can't
help bnt have • moat enjoyable time.
Extra programme during the last nights
of the favorite mandolin players.
Co to Kbinger's restaurant; beat
French dinner and order honse in the
city. Everything first-class. Attentive
white waiters. No Chinese employed.
Don't forget the place, sontbwest corner
Third and Spring.
Over the grade of our lumber there is
no question. We will satisfy you in
prices and quality. Lotus make yon a
bid on yonr bill in writing. Willamette
Lumber company, 204 South Spring
Btreet, Log Angelea.
During the absence of Capt. Emil
Harris of the California State Detective
Bureau, 10 Court street, at the world's
fair, hia office wjjl be under the manage
ment of Captain Moody and competent
Tbe Vienna buffet still aeema to be
the favorite place of amusement in the
city. It ia crowded nightly, and the
programme is a splendid one, including
Bocne oi the best known artists on the
The Crescent coal is arriving at pres
ent promptly via the Santa Fe route,
and is on hand at all coal yards in the
city. The Crescent Coal company.
Yon will find the finest variety of pic
ture frame mouldings at Lichtenberger's
art emporium, 107 North Main street.
All the latest designs now in stock.
Headquarters for artiats' materials and
Lawn tenniti shoea, any gist, 05c; car
pet alippere, men's or ladiea', 35c; fine
light men's ehoea for tho aeaeon, $2.50,
at the clieapc<t place on earth for bootß
and shoea, 118 East Firat etreet.
lHich'a restaurant, 145 and 147 North
Main street. Everything new and first
clags. Private apartment". Freth fiah,
oysters and game daily. (>pen all night.
To save time, money and much Buffer
ing, take Arabian Headache Powders, It
is the beat arid safest remedy yot discov
ered for headache and neuralgia.
Tho Santa Fe are again handling coal
promptly. Plenty of Black Diamond
now on hand. For Bale at all coal yards
in the city. The Crescent Coal Co.
A carload of bedroom and dining
chairs just received, the latest patterns,
!at Allen's, .132 aqd 534 South .Spring
Mrs. A. Mendenhall, bairdresging and
: manicuring, 107 North Spring atreet,
room 23, Shuinaoher block. Shampoo
ing done at residence if deaired.
Llttleboy'a pharmacy is thoronghly
reliable. I'ricea have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
filled. No. *}n S. Spring street.
Lumber, lumber, lumber, dirt cheap.
Who aelie it dirt i:beap? Wby, we do.
j Let nn figure yoor bills. Clark & Bry
son, 123'.s West Second etreet.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey baa resumed
practice at 114 South Spring atreet,
rooms 5 and 6. Consultation hours, 1
to sp. m. Telephone 1227.
FiveAbouesnd dollars' worth of drape
ries will be olfered this week at Allen'a
at 20 per cent, discount. Never euch an
opportunity offered before.
The only Keeley Institute in Southern
California ia at Riveraide. The Lob An
gelea office ia at rooms 04 and tSS, New
Bring yonr old silver and Mexican
dollars and have them made over into
all kinds of silverware. Basement Timea
Mrs. Dr. Wella, officeß in her brick
block, 127 E. Third Btreet, between Main
and Lob Angelea. Specialty, diseases of
W. R. Burke, notary public, fire in
enrance, money to loan on real estate,
loweat rateß, 2l3>(j N. Spring Btreet (up
The largest aseartmentß of Bolid oak
bedroom Buita to be found anywhere at
Foragood table wineorderourSonoma
/.infandel at 50c per gal. T. Vache it Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
For choice meats and sausage, try
Lonis Streuber, 138 North Main street.
Tel. 160. Orderß promptly attended to.
Dr. Price, M. R. C. V. S., veterinary
surgeon; California atable, 373 N. Main
Bt. Office tel., 48; residence tel., 1195.
Dr. Joseph Ivurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeone, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. A. Z, Valla,physician and enrgeon.
Office nnd reßldence, 126 North Main,
now McDonald block ; telephone 284.
Let Korn & Kantrowitz, the Broadway
tailors, make yon a spring Bnit. 214
South Broadway. Fit warranted.
Dr. X, D. Wiae, office 226 South SpTing
street. Ofliee hoars from Stolo a. m.
and 2tosp. m. Telephone 346.
Senonr'a floor paint dries hard over
night. U. R. Bowers & Sons, agents,
420 South Spring etreet.
lf you want an excellent piece of prime
roaet beef, go to liOuia Streuber, 138 N.
Main at. Tel. 160.
G. F. McLellan, notary, conveyancer,
insurance, real estate. No. 209 Sonth
The price of the Santa Monica lots
will be advanced on June 20th. Buy
watch repairing and
diamond eotting. Spring and Franklin.
Ladies' Turkish bathe, 230 South
Main street; open week days only.
Daily ateamers to Catalina. See rail
road time tables in daily papers.
H. C. Royer, MD. Offices, 230 South
Main street; boure, 10 to 4.
Iv carpets we can show yon the largest
stock at Allen's.
Insure with A. C. Oolab, 147 South
Oano Honry, real estate, Burbank.
LOS ANGELES TTERALDt MONDAY MORNLNO, JUNE 12, 1893.
BIG BLAST AT CATALINA ISLAND.
A Whole Mountain Side Jerked
Out hy Powder.
The .Spectacle Witnessed by a Larsre
A Marriage at Sea of a Los Angeles Olrl
One or the Kvents of the Trip.
Bnt few of the 200 passengers on the
steamship Hermosa, boend for Catalina
island from San Pedro yeaterday, bad
tbe slightest idea that a eure-enoush
romance was to be played in Capt. F. E.
Dornfeld'a cabin before the ship reached
Avalon, the moat beautiful watering
place on the Pacific coast.
Juat before the ship cast off at the
San Pedro wharf, George Hayford, Eaq.,
attorney for Bentley in hia celebrated
murder trial, waa noticed on the dock,
accompanied by hia wife and 16 year,
old daughter, Miss Belle Hayford. Close
in their wake came Alfred Chamberlin,
a rather good-looking yonng man, with
a bnnch of orange bloßeoms in his but
ton hole over hia left breast. The yonng
man also wore an uneasy expression
about the corners of his month before
the bar was crossed, bnt no one outside
of a few close observers suspected that
anything outside of seasickness was
troubling his mind.
The gallant captain cf the staunch lit
tle ateamer had hardly doecended from
the bridge before Messrs. Heyford and
Chamberlin came alongside and in a
most mysterious manner led him into a
stateroom and in stage whispers asked
if he could perform the marriage cere
mony in ao tecret a manner that not
even a weekly aociety paper wonld
Capt. Dornfeld replied that he
would do hie best to keep the matter
quiet, bnt he waa not aware that a Her
ald reporter waa within hearing when
the contract was entered into, hence he
will be thoronghly surprised should his
eye happen to fall on thia item.
By the time the band waa ready to
play the wedding march the nohlo Her
mosa was rolling in a manner that Bent'
at leaat half of her paeeengers to tho
raila in anything bnt a pleasant frame
of mind. The heavy sea reached the
captain's cabin at the same time and
each member of the wedding party ex
cept Capt. Dornfield and a handsome
young man from San Francisco, who waa
to witness the interesting ceremony, put
on a green seaweed look under the eyea
and declared that freab air would be
more to their taste than a wedding.
The bride was the laat one to embrace
the rail, but she soon recovered and re
turned to the jolly sea preacher, who
area standing, Bible in hand, patiently
The ceremony was interrupted three
timea by various members of tbe party
who needed fresh air. Finally the cap
tain declared Miaa Belle Heyford the
legal bride of Alfred Chamberlin.
The steamer reached the island 12
miles above Avalon at 11:30 a. m., and
at 11 :4(> the big blast waa set Off at a
signal from Captain Dornfeld. This
was the main feature of the excursion,
and was a success in every sense of the
Tho blast waa fired by a little 10-year
old eon of Hugh A'flil from a barge that
fat a quarter of amile ont at tea und
only a short distance from the Hermosa.
The monntain tide had been tunneled
in for a distance of 40 feet from three
points and 109, 25 pound kegs of powder
were properly distributed. For fully 10
minntea the whole mountain seemed to
be coming down and the roar of the im
mense honldera dropping into the sea
was ao great that it was impoasible to
hear one speak on shipboard. The rock
iB to be used by the government at tbe
San Pedro harbor.
The Btearaur r'esched Avalon at 1 p.
m. and remained nntil 4 o'clock, when
ahe atarted on the return trip to San
Pedro. The day was a moat beautiful
one at Catalina, and if every excureion
iet did not enjoy himself then it was
his own fault. The Banning Broa. have
made many improvements at Avalon
tinting the past winter, which shows
that they intend to make this the moat
popular watering place on the coast.
Here Is Something Good for Tour
If any of your friends are troubled
with rheumatism bave tbem read thie:
Lynchburg, Va., April 18, 1803.
I desire to cay that Chamberlain's
Pain Balm haa cared one of our citizens
of rheumatism of two years' standing.
One bottle did the work. This gentle
man, Mr. R. H. Paraell, ticket agent of
the C. <fc O. R. R., now recommends
Pain Balm to all hia friends. F. C.
llelbig. 50 cent bottles for Bale by C. F.
Ileinzeman, 222 North Main.
Extended to Jnne 15th.
To establish a wide reputation The
Galen Institnte will render their ser
vices until Jnne 16thfree of charge. The
only favor they ask ie a recommendation
after a cure haa been effected. From
their experience in the hoapitals of
Enrope and America, their knowledge of
the rapid advancements that have been
made in diagnosing and treating dis
eases in the laat few years, cau tell the
probability of a cure in all casea of ear,
Bkin, liver and kidney diseases, female
complaints, nasal catarrh, dyspepsia,
rheumatism and nervona debility. They
make every case a special study and will
not take any case to treat unless there
ia a moral certainty of making a com
plete core. Permanently located in Loa
Angeles, December, 1892, at 305V 2 Sonth
Spring street. Open avery day except
ing Mondays. Thousands of cases have
been treated and cored by their system
of treatment in the last eleven years.
In all of itß details oan be fnrniehed by
the W. C. Furrey company, 159,161 and
163 North Spring street. All work war
ranted and prices moderate.
We authorize yonr druggists, Off &
Vaughn, to refnnd $10.00 in any caee
that one of Smith's Dandruff Pomade
faila to perfect a cure in any caee of
dandruff, regardless of how many yeara
atandlng. Try it and you will not re
gret it. For sale only by Off & Vaughn,
druggists, corner of Fourth and Spring
streets, Lob Angelea.
A Fine Line <rf Cntlery
Of every description at the VV. C. Fnr
rey company, 159, 161 anrLJti;! North
Spring street. Also agate ware and bar
We Invite competition and allow no person to
beat us. Largest discounts ever known given
on all paper, everything in special sets at 237
couth Spring street.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
A TERM WHICH THE FRIDAY
MORNING CLUB DISLIKES.
Trne Story of a Fivo-Year-Old Boy-
How He Squelched Bli
Mrs. Severance, the president, I be
lieve, of the Friday Morning club, ob
jects to the term "la'ly-cooler," and the
very estimable women who compose
that thinking aesociation are much
grieved, I am told by a member, by the
nse of that term in headlines of the re
port of Mrs. Severance's paper on the
ideal man, as it appeared in the paper.
The lady and the club members are evi
dently not end-of-the-ccntury in their
acquirements. If any of the most ami
able members of the society had a real
live "lally-cooler" for a hn'aband, as I
most sincerely hope ia the case, they
would certainlyibe envied by lees favored
women. A "lally-cooler" is not, how
ever, necessarily of the masculine sex,
and perhaps there may be aome who are
Friday mornlngites; in fact, I am per
enaded that snch ia the case. But it is
not the desire of the Herald to be dis
agreeable, and whatever ita private opin
ion may be of the charming and thought
creating members of the clnb, it will
promise to never call them "lally-cool
True stories, like jewels, are better
than paste ones. Here is an example
in point. An East Los Angeles young
woman has a little brother and a young
man. The latter calls twice a week, and
he naturally tries to cultivate the good
will of the former. On a recent evening
ho had the 5-year-old boy on his knee,
aud waa trying to stimulate bis menial
power by spelling words and asking him
what they were,
"C-a-t. What does that spell, Jim
my?" he said.
"Cat," promptly responded Jimmy.
"D-o-g" wßb the next.
"Dog," answered the kid.
The yonng man gave a feeling glance
at the big sister, and commenced ''h-n-e
--b-n-n-d ; what does that spell, Jimmy ?"
Jimmy was stunned. He thought
nnd squirmed and at last gave it up.
"Why Jimmy," seid tho sister, "yon
know what those letters spell. What
will I heve when I get married," and
she returned the young man's glances
"A baby! of conrpe," said the 5-year
old, and the entertainment was abruptly
concluded. That infantile boy had not
lived in Southern California's noted
climate without observing considerable.
Pimples, blotches ■
©and eruptions com- «B
©pletely vanish before W
® a steady use of M
©and health again Q
W glows in the pure skin W
35 cents a box. $5$
Q—@@OQ#— - 0
Canning of Prnlt marie an agreea
ble and delightful task. No more
boiling and no more spoiling.
Saves sugar, save* fruit, saves
break ace of .jars, saves time and labor
lost by the old method.
Try it on your berries, and yon will
snrely nse it on yonr laier fruits.
Tf yon cannot get it at yonr grocer's
H. J EV N E,
Los Angeles, Cal.,
AGENT for SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
And Stage Line.
This resort ts situated in Bear Valley, 40
miles irom San Bernardino; altitude 6700 feet.
Is reached hy stage line from San Bernardino.
Stage leaves New St Charles Hetel on 'Tues
days at 5 a. m. from May 16th to Jnne loth;
'Tuesdays and Fridays alter above dale. A fine
four-seated spring stage has been bui.t ex
pressly for this ronte, and will be driven by
careful and soocr drivers.
Largest trout caught in the state at this re
sort. Boats, saddls horsM and burros for hire
at the hotel. First trip op on May Kith. The
earlier yon come the better Ashing jon will
Board and lodging $10 snd $12 per week, $2
per day. Round-trip liokels, $<. For full par
ticulars inquire of O. S. R. tt. ticket ofliee, Lrta
Angeles, and New St. Charles Hotel, Ban Ber
Greeerles, pro? sions and fishing tackle for
tale at store ad jo nlng hotel.
6-7 tf GOB KNIGHT, Prop't.
A Publication of Great latere at to Tax
The connty delinquent tax Hat has
just been published by the Herald.
Every property owner in Los Angeles
connty should be enre and obtain a
copy. Even if taxes have been paid
there ie a chance that errors have been
made which may cause owners much
annoyance. The tax list ia iaeued in a
twenty-four page edition of the Herald
and will be sold for ten cents per copy in
cash or stamps.
TO ARRANGE THE YEAR'S WORK
Meeting; of the Young Women's Christian
An important meeting of the Yonng
Women's Christian association will be
held tomorrow afternoon in the First
Methodist church, at 3 o'clock. The
planß for the year's work will be out
lined and business of interest to all
members and friends transacted. All
ladies are invited to attend.
Conghs, Pleurisy, Rhcnmatlsm, Sciatica,
Lumbago iiack-Achc, and all External
Ailments removed qolrkly by
which Is tho only POROUS PLASTER
that contains rowcrfnl and curative modern
iStt,™ ABSOLUTELY SAFE and
POSITIVE in Its action.
Beuson's Piasters Prevent Pnenninnia.
It does not cure chronic nllmonts in a mln
nto, nor docs lr, create an electrio battery or
current 10. the system ,nor will it euro by merely
reading the label, all such claims are made by
qnirts and huntings. BENSON'S la endorsed
by 5,000 Pbysicfans and Druggists.
C AUTJON—Don't ' duped by tiiwrannToni Dnjg
tfita v h., ~ffer cheat, trn-h which they clitfin I, just a. »ood
cr bcttn than BENSON'S. <),t the Gntuliu. .li-,,, £_
Si*. Keep tttOßi at borne for emergen :i-e.
li Is Pushing the XI
If CURIO Business I!
And to keep It np.
if We have had some Curios
XX too long. We want to trade *i
o* them for cash. Profits lost
sight of for the next sixty days. £j
H These Goods ||
%q> Come and make us an offer. *<>
J J The largest Curio Store on the ♦♦
2X coast offers you the greatest XX
♦* discoiin-s. 4>X
|| GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRICE |
XX If yon are wise you will give JJ
ZS us a call. xf
XX 110 8. Sprinß St., Opp. %%
N.iclean Motet. <. &
128 NORTH MAIN ST.
LOS ANGELFB, CALIF.
ABtj Kidney and Blad-
K|B Acute and Chronio
fflSuV Organal Weakness
once of both
jy Blood and Skin
Promptly end Per
Dr. White is tho oldest and most successful
Private, Nervons and > bronic Disease Special- •
lit on the const, all Skin nnd Blood Diseases
promptly enred without mercury, ftnnotency,
.-lemlnal weakness, Varicocele^Syphilis, Gon
orrhces. Gleet, Nervous Debility, Kidney snd
Biaduer Diseases scientifically treated ana per
manently cured. No Surgical Staff (') fske
me hods employed. No hired substitutes.
The aflllcted may write in strict confidence,
Letters answered in plain envelope. Medi
cines sent secure from exposure. Address
DM WHITE'S DISPENSARY,
128 N. Main st„ New McDonald Block,
0 fi tf Los Angeles, Cal
PANTS toORDER fts SUITS to ORDER
$3.50 JjL $15.00
4.00 /flf\ 17.50
4.50 / MM 20.00
5.00 \MTM 22.50
5.50 lln* 25.00
6,00 \m 27.50
413 S. SPRING St.,
Just below Fourth St. 6-6 ly
C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist,
222 N. Main St, Los Angelea.
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Blue Denim Overalls. 45c
Blue Overalls, with bibs 60c
Checked Overalls, with bibs 45c
Dark Cheviot Overshirts 25c
Black Sateen Shirts. 40c
165 N. Spring St., Opp. Old Court House.
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pa™ farm FOR SALE!
Containing 62 acres ol land, all in high state oi cultivation; cottage
house, hard-finished, of seven rooms, oath and kitchen, together with
■mall cottage of three rooms for laborers: abont four acres in bearing
Washington Navels; 6 acres English Walnnts; 6 acres Winter Ap
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First-class corn, alfalfa and oraage land; all fenced and cross-fenced.
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