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FOR SAL t.
FOR SALE- ~~
ORAND AVENUE "BARGAIN."
. (tRASn AVENUE
GRAND AVENUK IS TO RE WIDENED
FROM 6TH TO PICO STREETS.
GRAND AVRNUE IS THE NEXT
THROUGH STRKHT WEST OF MAIN ST.
THE POSTOFFICE 13 ON
CORNER OF WEST 7TH STREET
BETWEEN 7TH AND I»TH ST.
BETWEEN 7TM AND »TH ST.
IS THE PLACE TO
VALUES IN THESE TWO BLOCKS WILL
INCREASE DAILY —
WE HAVE OPTION ON A
LARGE PIECE OF PROPERTY
BETWEEN TTH AND 9TH BTREBTS.
AND WE CAN DELIVER FOR
MINES & FARI9H,
313 SO. HILL STREET.
"A GREAT BIG SNAP."
ONE OF THH FINEST CORNERS
IN WESTI.AKK SECTION.
IMPROVED WITH A FINK HOME
COULDN'T Bt; DUPLICATED FOR
LOT ALONE WORTH $17,000.
PLENTY ROOM TO BUILD
OTHER HOUSES OR FLATS ON
PRICE FOR A FEW DAYS
MINS3 & FARISH,
315 S. HILL ST.
rOR SALE BT—
«:8-C9 BRADBURY BUILDING.
ON SOUTH MAIN ST.
A FINE LARGE LOT ON SOUTH MAIN
STREET IS OFFERED AT A FIGURE
AWAY BELOW THE MARKET. WE AD-
VERTISED TWO PROPERTIES ON THIS
COMING THOROUGHFARE. TODAY WE
HAVE ONE; THE OTHER WAS SNAPPED
UP. IT WAS A CORNER AND A GOOD
BUY IN EVERY WAY. THIS ONE LEFT
IS AN INSIDE LOT. fi2xlli7. NEAR WASH-
INGTON. THE ONLY AVAILABLE VA-
CANT LOT IN THE BLOCK AND MUCH
CHEAPER THAN ANYTHING IN THE
VICINITY. A NICE LITTLE ADVANCE
CAN CERTAINLY BE HAD IN THE VERY
NEAR FUTURE. BUT YOU WILL HAVE
TO HURRY. $169 PER FRONT FOOT.
BARK y BRO S . .
MEMBERS L. A. REALTY BOARD.
FOR SALE^ ~~~ ' '
A GREAT SNAP
»;250-Corner on E. 9th St., between Central
aye. and San Pedro Bt. ; clean side of street;
lot oSxISG to alley; nominal improvements;
rent $30 per month. This is positively the
A FINE INVESTMENT
$4000— Corner store hulldlng. nearly new;
3-room modern flat upstairs; good location
southeast; this is a hedrock price; Income
SllMc per year; guaranteed lease.
THE ROBERT MITCHELL CO.,
Uoth phones 3231. .WS S. Broadway.
U. A. R. B.
COMFORTABLE HOME OF YOUR OWN
on easy payment plan. We are always
pleased to meet you at our office and
nothing to look over our plans and speci-
See our plans and specifications for a
fix-room cotttise, all complete, with ilrst-
class plumbing-, leaded glass In china clns-
pt, com hin lit ion t\x lutps, screen porch,
hHll, closets and bathroom, large front
porch and sidewalks all laid, and it onlj
takes $1400 to build it.
CALIFORNIA BUILDING CO.,
Phones — 433 Mason Building.
Main 33:i5. Cor. Fourth and Broadway.
Home« 636. Entrance on Fourth Street.
Positively the best buy in the city.
Large N. W. coiner on Grifnth.
Improved with two-story building- and flve-
toom modern cottage.
Incoms $15.ti0 a month.
Must be sold at once.
121 Henne Block.
WE SELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT & SMITH
Bth and Central, 3-story bldg., price $18,000.
Webt 10th St.. J story bldg., pries JIu.OOU.
Fremont aye.. Soxl."i, price. SteOO.
Fremont aye.. 40x153, price $3uoo.
And others too. '
BASSETT & SMITH. L. A. R. 8..
S. Broadway, ruoins W7-S.
FOR HALE —
32x130 feet, Crocker street, near Fifth,
with large, modern, Mx-ruom rottiiirf
IBSOO. X '
38x120 fert to nlley, near Central ami
>inth, with hlx-rnoiii cottuge; $'>;50
xm 38.i'-°3 8 .i'-° i/£ et ., '" " ll<T> n< "" r Central and
Mnth, with live-room cottage; f-.TiOO.
100x150 fret, corner on (entriil avenue,
with ten-room house und tlve-room cot-
R, M. KKYNOI.DS, Hole Agent.
Tel. HMD. 211 Grunt Hulldin K .
FOR SALE— BEST UUY IN THE VICINITY
of 6th and Grand aye.; aoxlfi:, feef two-
story house; rented $«0 per month. Price
$10,600; half caxh or more, hal. time. Ad-
joining lot of same size held at $i;,,0oo. with
less Improvements. If you are looking fur
a snap In close in properly this is your
GEO. HARLAN, Agent.
II! B. Ilroailway, Room 6.
WEST SIXTH STREET
WEST SIXTH BTREKT
Lot Improved with 3-story building, paying
mod interest on money invested; deducting
the vaiui of improvements, leavea the
ground $125 r*r foot cheaper than any prop-
erty In the same block. This Is a decided
C. J. HETLER CO.,
110-11-13 BRYSON BLOCK.
N. W. CORNER OF MAPLE AYE. AND
TTH ST., TWO-STORY BRICK BUILDING;
CLOSE TO MAIN ST.: HAROAIN.
W. M. GARLAND A CO.,
»2J HUNTINOTON BLDG.
FOR RALE— ~~ ~ ~
TWO HUSINESS LOTS, EACH 2Sxl«O FT.,
ON CORNER TEMPLE ST. AND EDGE-
WARE ROAD. IF IMPROVED WILL PAY
15 PER CENT ON I'RKHKNT PRICE.
PRICE l-JOuu FOR THE TWO I.OTB.
OEO. W. KTIMSON.
ROOM JOS. SECOND AND SPRING UTS
$4000— 10-1101 )M MODERN HEHIDKN''F
m.Klem conveniences; lot iaixl3j, Mii-kegon!
Michigan. Want property In or near Los
Aim<-le». 11. O. THOMPSUN, 30s llrynon
Ulock. with Ben White,
FOR HAI.K-llSOn-I'HOICK W'kinksH COR.
fro 1 ;,,"" / n r i. F rbu,£,;, tfrjs &*d
rey^VSMi L d?.^ * co - u
•tand. lon* established; receipts $«75 to $700
per month; rent *:..; long leuw. Owner will
tell for *1SOO; worth $3wo. F L CRiIG
123 8. Rroa/lway.
FOR BALE— A HARGAIN IN FIRST STREET
property. JOHN SHARP, toa i BuJy Bid.
— — Wf! BBtfj THE EARTH—
HABB-TT & SMUII.
}IM> per month eomlng In I* « pretty
good Income. Let It be yours. A fine mod-
ern flat building brings It In; llO.oon In tba
price. Look It up. You'll buy. Thfl lot Is
Snxir.O to an alley. Tin building 1* about
l*t months old slid has nil modern con-
veniences, four (i-room fluts. coved, tinted.
gRS and electricity, combination flxttm*,
gas grste, mantel with plate glass mirmr,
porcelain hath, Imtantnneeus heater, sta-
tionary wash basin, etc.
On » corner, M feet frontage; fine site for
modern apartment hour<> or family hotel;
only a few minutes' walk from Spring st..
on Broadway, rresent Improvements bring
In $.-.o per month. Mod»rn Improvements
would bring In a handsome revenue on the
Investment. Price only ISOOO.
— EAST !>TH ST.
Ninth st. Is paved now nnd property Is
moving In that section. Be In It. (»xl«o.
locnted between San Pedro st. and Central
■ venue, on It Is a good 2-story hou*e of
f rooms; barn, sheds, etc. Price only
On a corner. Central aye. Is strletly a
business stre»t. It Is pnved and property
Is bound to Increase In vulne. This corner
Is improved with a modern 3-story build-
ing, stores below, flats above; located within
a short distance of car barns. Ice factory,
depots, markets, warehouses Hnd other busi-
ness, making It especially well lornted to
house the numerous employes who must live
In that district. Its rentals amount to be-
tween $175 to $;no per month. We can de-
liver It for $IS,C(H). Investigate It.
Within easy walking distance of buslnv>s j
section of Los Angeles we have ft baririln
for some one. It Is r modern apartment
house, leased ftt JlOO per month. The lot
Is 40x110 and it will advance much In value.
Price $!>sot>. Look It up.
This In near in and Is especially suitable
for apartments, flats and hotels.
SOxIBB, two alleys; price J«00
«oxlßB, to alley: price anno
40x120, 8-room house; price 4WI
Investigate these; they'll stand it, S«e
us. We'll tell more.
BASSETT * SMITH. L. A. R. B.
202', S. Broadway, Rooms 2"7-S.
FOR SALE-T.OxIOO FEET TO ALLEY, S. E.
corner 4th and Towne aye. ; only 5 minutes'
walk from Angelus hotel, in the heart of
the industrial center of tho city; $18,500.
BLACK BROS., Sole Agents, 905-6 Braly
Bldg. L. A. R. B.
FOR SALE— BUSINESS 81/OCK. ONE
whole block. .Wxllf,. fronting on Lake Shore.
between Temple and Palo Alta streets, op-
posite new city park. This Is the cheapest
piece of business property that will ever be
offered in the city. Price, tlLOcm. It Is
well worth $l«.nno and will bring flfi.mn he-
for the end of the year. THOS. J, HAMP-
TON CO.. 119 S. Broadway. L. A. R. B.
Real Estate— Unclassified
BUY SALT LAKE CITT REAL ESTATE
now; business, residence, and acreage all
parts of city; correspondence solicited. Call
on Meeks & Lynch, 310 Atlas block, when
in Salt Lake.
THE COMINH RRACH.
A beautiful place for seaside homes.
An Ideal place for business. V^Tvfl
The heft place on the coast today to
Excursion ticket* every Hiiy at our office,
217 Pacific Electric Building.
NOWKI.I. * HOSE, with
CORBETT-MAI.COM CO. 1
Will buy a fine lot on
Now is the time to buy you a h<Mch home.
If you wish this beautiful beach lot at a
Home phono 2:43. F. If. BROOKS * CO..
Sunset Main 1015. 215 and 216 Currier Bldu.
OCEAN PARK PROPERTY FOR SALE-
A first-class, two-story, g-room house, In fine
Also 3 fine residence lots.
We can sell this property below market
value. Let us show you
FLYNN'S REALTY CO.,
B3S-7 Bryson Hlock. }
Lots s!ftn to $:.cio. choice locations; also
houses. See our fine list.
M. M. DAVIPON ft SON,
Rooms :04-6 Wllcox BldK.
Branch ofnv,., 1 block south of pier. F L
MAINE. M.inHger. Hermosa.
Beach Property — Manhattan
PECK'S SUB. OF MANHATTAN BEACH
Over 14 blocks sold and only a few choice
lots left at old prices.
NORTH MANHATTAN REACH CO. 1
R. S. SAUNDERS.
Room 412 Chamber at Commerce Bldg.
Beach Property — Ocean Park
VENICE PARK TRACT.
Tho summer is near at hand, why not
secure a home In Venice Park? We have .
tine lots, 41x135 to nlley (no adolK), $:,0» to
$550, including cement walks, curb, water, 1
etc. Never had Ocean Park a brighter
future before it than now. The thou-
sands that ure being spent there In im-
provements mean much. Property s
cheap to what It will be in a few years.
Now is your chance to purchase before
prices advance, a* they will this sum-
mer. Our terms are reasonable, 14
cash, balance In 6, 12 nnd IS months at -
7 per cent Interest— 3 per cent discount
for cusli. We Ikivo Hindu _ irran (foments
with the Abbot Kinney Co, to run our
three streets Into Venice, which will he .1 1
Eieat advantage to Venlco Purk. Take
Short Line via tlie Palms, E et off at
Venice Junction, office on tho tract :
CARROLL J. IIALV & CO., 'Ul West
First street. Members Realty board.
Preston & Helton, Center street, Short
ricts Ca " ° r Wrll ° f ° r map " and
Suburban Property— Alhambra
THE ALHAMBRA IMPROVEMENT AS3O-
clation have arranged a series of excur-
sions with free drives about Alhambra.
Tlckets and full Information can be ob-
tained at tha office of tho association.
334 DOUGLAS BLOCK.
Suburban Property— Hollywood
NICE LEVEL LOT, 60x148, WITH CEMENT
curbs, graded streets and sidewalks; conven-
ient to .chool, church and car line; located
between Western and Vermont avenue*
Price $300; $26 cash, $10 monthly. ClU3'
_?^- l i A^!lL_ >l L w^ st Fourt b St.
Quarter-acre lots, J2OO and up.
Half.acre lots, $350 and up.
Two-and-a-half-aero lots, 11000 and up.
Abundant water supply, fertile soil,
close to town, excellent cur service, ideal
location for a, nuhurban home, berry .
patch or chicken ranch. Prices far below '
those ank<td for ilmllar properties.
Fre« tickets at our office. Bee owner,
MS. A- IiKK.NKI',
JO7-M0 Conservative Life Bulldlnf,
Third and mil Btr«tU.
LOS ANGELES HERALD.' SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1905.
I Competeot Office Help |
< * &
+ <? j
t Yours— lf Yom Use IHeirald Lfloers !
♦ » ■?.
COME IN AT FIRST PRICES.
NO INTEREST— NO TAXES.
OAK RIDGE TRACT.
Smith of Ostrich Farm. South Pasadena.
S'W yards from Los Angeles City Limits.
Klcßant soil. No adobe. Magnificent vleivs.
Electric cur line In three blocks.
Average size of lots uflxir.o. Many larger.
Value much greater than prices asked. In-
No taxes until October, 1 1*07. No Interest.
248 lots, prlcea JS'i.no to $296.00 each,
Any well selected, modertitc price lot is
certHln tn rise In vnlne. You are certain of
35 per cert in one week after 62 lota arc sold.
}2!m.m Lots $M.OO down Sin.cil a month.
12.V1.00 Lota $2(1.00 ri.nvn $10. no a month.
»2'in.ni> Lots J'.vi.no down JS.Oc) a month.
$iso.i»i hots J»i.nci down $7.00 a month.
Sl.wnn Lots JH>. no down IH.on a month.
$12.",. 00 Ixits $10.00 down $.",.00 a month.
Sinn.cHi jyns $lci.nn down J4.no a month.
$ so. 00 Lots $10. nn down S4.cio a month.
Those lots lie between two cities building
A Parlt containing Live Oak Trees is dedi-
cated as a Public Park.
Remember these prices will he advanced
fair notice and a good chance for rapid in-
crease on n small Investment. Water piped
onto each lot. No $o.<io nor other charge for
tapping. Streets being graded twenty feet
wide. A four-foot asphaltu.n sidewalk will
b» placed on the upper side of each street.
Building restrictions six times the price of
the lot. No biill.llr.gr allowed within 20 feet
of street. No restrictions on land more than
60 feet from street.
M. L. WICK 3,
ISS Hellman hlock, 2d St.. Los Angeles.
A. B. NOLTON,
Agent on the tract with team.
Get off at Ostrich Farm and go south ons
block to office, l'nlversal SO trip tickets $3.r*:
100 trip ticket, 800 miles, good, overa ll Hunt-
Ington lines. 16.26; any number of people can
ufp either ticket.
This will hvcomo a part of Los Angeles and
have S-cent fare.
Have a very desirable
corner lot on Prospect
Boulevard. Ifii>x2ls feet,
that Is an Ideal spot
for s home, l^t us t»ll
HEnrtON-rtAXTER REALTY CO.,
300-301 H. W. Hellman Bldg.
FOR SALE— LOTS IN THE CITY OF LOS
Angeles for only 5115 per lot-$l down, $1
per week— no interest, no taxes. The beau-
tiful Baroness Tract, within two blocks nf
the Hurtlngton "Short Line" electric rnll-
way. Hest car service around l*os Angeles.
Onoti water. Rich soil. I**lnest climate.
Twenty-live per cent guaranteed Increase in
one year or money will then be refunded
wltlj R per cent per annum increase added,
bs per our written contract. Send for fur-
ther Information. Sample contract. Illus-
trated prospectus, map, etc.. mailed abso-
lutely free. No trouble tn answer questions.
CARLSON INVESTMENT CO., 124 South
Ftrnadwny (ground door Chamber of Com-
merce Building), I/is Angeles, Cal.
S acres at Alhambra, near electric line. In
navel nnd Va.l°nclfi orangeßj giand old pepper
tiers splendid view; tine, flowers, etc. No
house. Water piped on land; very desirable.
About 2 acres near above in navel oranges.
Both splendid building sites.
R. E. IBHETSON & CO.,
Thone 2410. 316 Trust Building.
THE ALHAMP.RA IMPROVEMENT ASSO-
CIATION has arranged a series of excur-
sions with free drives about Alhambra.
Tickets and full Information can be obtained
at the office of the association.
334 Douglas Bldg.
FOR RENT— OCEAN PARK, HART AVE-
nue; six rooms, furnished. SIDDALL, 300
SCHOOL LANDS OF CALIFORNIA.
No conditions to live on them or cultivate.
America's llnest Investment.
Send stamp for land hook.
Ijinds all counties In state.
Timber lands, ranches, orchards, farms
und speculative Investments.
Only $1.75 acre up. Easy terms.
Don't delay. Ijnd passing away rapidly.
Homesteads, desert entries, oil, mineral
WISEMAN'S LAND RI'REAU. 105 S. R'wy.
Knißhllshed ISSS. Notary public,
THAT 18 PASSING.
More nf this land Is being sold every week,
•nd all of this ao.ooo-acra tract of corn,
wheat and alfalfa land will aoon b» gone.
Any Investor or homeseeker who has $800
or $10,000 and who falls to get 40 acres or a
■ectior, of this land at our present prices Is
making a mistake.
NEXT EXCURSION TUESDAY.
PRICE NOW $22.60 AN ACRE.
INCLUDING ONE $10 SHARK OF
WATER STOCK WITH KACIi ACRE SOLD.
WESTERN COLONIZATION AND IN-
11l Herman W. Hellman Rldr,
Cor. 4th and Spring. Loa Angeles.
SOU, CLIMATE WATER.
In the Hemet valley, tho llne«t valley and
foothill lands In Southern Cullfornlu;
adapted to growing cltrua and deciduous
fruits, as w..|| us all other farm pruducU;
hmII rich and deep; 11,1 liardpan: no ulkull;
full wuter rights with •■ach acre; ahund-
iii.,l uf water; lund prlct-B moderate; terms
easy; Mmull t.ul,dl visions; takti advantage
of the HiH'dal i-xcurHlon rate.
Apply to or uddrchH
HKMKT LAND CO.,
218 Wllcox Hldg., cor. 2<l and Spring sts.
FOR (SALE ~-— $33,300.
The hest bargain In Southern California.
<T!3 ACRES OF A-l LAND,
Including over 100 acre* of peat land (Orange
county'» famous ceUry land); plenty of
water. Owner is in buslnen* In Los Angeles.
f3330 payment. Easy terms.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.
Ground Flgsr, 211 W. 14.
FOR SAL 6
C. It. WOOSTER CO., 2M W. SECOND ST.,
SUBDIVISION OF FAMOUS Bt.OSHOM
RANCH OF 2.-,,01W ACRES, IN TRACTS
»IO AN ACRE.
SUITABLE FOR GENERAL FARMING
PURPOSES. ALFALFA. CORN. FRUIT,
_ INCHES OF RAIN: PRACTICALLY
NO IRRIGATION REQUIRED.
For general Information about .farming
lands throughout California, conic Hlid see
us. We arc the dole agents for the sub-
divisions of large tracts, at prices rnnglug
from $1.00 to SlOO.OO an nore. In the best
farming sections of this state, throughout
Sacramonto valley, San Joaquln valley and
the const counties.
Come and see us for full Information and
FREE catalogues on these properties.
C. M. WOOSTER CO.. 223 W. SECOND ST.,
THE MAUFACTURING SUBURB OF
ONE OF THE FINEST AND MOST BEAU-
TIKUL RESIDENCE SUBURBS
NEAR THE CITY.
THE GEM OF SAN GABRIEL VALLEY.
An Ideal location for a home.
Abundance of pure water.
On one of the hest electric car line systems.
IN THE COUNTRY, YET ALL THE FACILI-
TIES AND ADVANTAGES OF CITY LIFE.
$140,000 worth of lots sold.
$125,000 has been invested in the erection of
NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE FINE
LARGE LOTS ON BROAD STREETS AND
AVENUES AT THE LOW PRICE OF $300
to invest your money where It will bn sure
to Increase rapidly In the next year or two.
CAR FARE lOC, OR FAMILY TICKETS 7C.
Office on tract, or
S. J. WHITE A CO.,
Real Ettato nnd Financial Agents,
416-417 Pacific Electric Bldg.
Members L. A. Realty Hoard.
ALHAMBRA ALHAMBRA ALHAMBRA
One of the finest 10-acre orange orchards
In this home suburban district; trees In full
bearing; >4 Washington navels; '.4 late Va-
lencia*; tine location, surrounded by good
humes and near two electric lints.
PRICE ONLY $10,000.
TERMS TO SUIT.
LARGE INCOME THIS YEAR.
SUBDIVISION OF FINE ORANGE GROVE.
The fine old orange grove known as the
"Phillips Home Tiuct" has Just been sub-
divided Into acre lots and placed on the
market at very attractive figures.
Streets all graded.
ElectriQ light, gas and sewer.
Between two car lines.
Call at our office at Dolßeville. or
S. J. WHITE & CO..
Real Estate and Financial Agents,
416-417 Paclflo Electrlo Bldg.
Members L. A. Realty Board.
FARM HOMES AT FIRST COST.
If you had a chance to buy 10 or 20 acres
of good land well supplied with water, for
one-half Its actual market value— would you
Would you take It— if the land was lo-
would Increase three fold BEFORE YOUR
FIRST PAYMENT WAS DUE?
Would you take It If you could get this
land on easy terms-remember, at HALF
ITS MARKET VALUE?
We have a new plan for eecurlng homes
which will do all thls-und more— for you.
A large trac* of best land in well established
district will be subdivided and distributed to
■everal hundred families at the actual cost
pries per acre of the entire tract, and os
terms easier than paying rent.
Land values will double WITHIN U
HOURS after location has been selected. If
you do not Investigate this at once It will
be because you think this U "advertising
talk," and not the truth.
It IS the truth-and you will miss a great
oppcrtunlty If you do not call at our offlces
or write for Information at once.
No land for speculator!. Only those desir-
ing homes need apply.
CAL,. HOME EXTENSION ASSOCIATION,
„» Chamber of Commerce Bldr.. I* A.
FOR SALE- 11600.
Poultry Ranch. Low Cash Price.
Will so this week. Two acres within walk-
ing distance ut car line, sc. line, Puaudenu
POSITIVELY MUST SKLL.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
Ground Flour. 218 W. ad.
FOR BALE. $1800.
15 acres Water stock.
Thin property In good fruit section and
worth more money, but owner wishes I,os
Angeles property and will sell on easy terms,
or ex .'lunge and pay ca«h difference.
JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
Ground Floor. 218 \v. 3d.
20-acr* walnut grove. .
4'>-acie walnut grove near River*; also M
a.re. on Balt Lake R. it.. 10 miles out.
Above «rovet are all In Una condition; trees
trom 6 to U years old. — — ♦— —
v. J. A. MORUW _ CO..
. 413 Ch_ob«r o( Commuvt Bldf.
• FOR SALE
£ Country Property
L ATTENTION. HOMESEF.KERS.
£ WE CAN PELT, YOU LAND IN THE
k W.MKKNA »'<fl,ONY
I.V TRACTS TO SUIT.
,' fit.") TO $.H) PER ACRE.
A WVTER niHIIT FRBfl,
. GOES WITH EVERY IRACT.
' LOCATION —
I This colony In lnented In Tnlnrn »nd
Klnffs counties, and contains lo.cmm) Acres,
» every tore tllf«nl«. Th<^ Hanta. F« rnll-
► colony Townslto Is In the cei.tcr of the
► colony. ««\<ml larga towns and cities
► In easy distance..
» Wnter fnr Irrigation In now furnished
► hy eight lurga ARTESIAN WHLLS, sup-
plemented by ft Inr«e nnd complete, piimp-
► Ing plant. A flow of nbout 3,A00,000 GAL-
LONS per day Is obtained from one of
, these well* when aided hy the pumping
plant. Pure thinking water at aft to 3<i
. All kinds nf deciduous fruits. Almond*,
wnlnuts. wine grapes, oranges »nd lemons
( for own umo. Whent, alfalfn. barley,
Egyptian corn. Indian corn, potatoes, veg-
etables nnd small fruits. Fln« country
' for poultry. Good prices and market.
• Tho ioll Is a. rich dark losm, easily
worked, nnd the bind Is level; no brush or
► stumps to clean up. Lund Is ready for
» Two schools, church flnd postofficc?.
There am now a number of fAmllles
1 living In th* colony who own nice, com-
fortable homes, with full-hearing orchards
, and vlneynrds, many acres of alfalfa, flno
. ! herds nf cholca dairy cattle, hogt, poul-
We are making ft wonderful offer to pur-
chasers In this colony.
We give one town lot free with every 50
' 40 acres.
TERMS— « CASH RALANCR IN FIVE
equal ANNUAL payments at 6 per cent net.
Call or write for Illustrated booklet FREE
for full Information.
r. c. knapp & co.,
JOS', S. Broadway, room 18.
LI acres at deep, rich loam soil on electric
car line between the city and the ocean; the
place to raise strawberries and nlfiiirii.
If you wish a bargain, for this Is sure one.
Only 150 on electric car line nenr Los An-
geles. Will sell 5 Hcres If desired.
110 acres. 15 miles from San Dlogo, 2 miles
from railroad I 46 acres In trees, oranges,
lemons nnd mixed fruit: plenty of water
piped through orchard nnd liousch from two
Mri?p reservoirs; two houses, largo bam;
well located and absolutely frostless.
117 acrm of foothill property neat 1 the
growing Southern California town of Elsi-
nore; up on hillside, commanding a good
view of the lake and mountain*; house, burn
and small orchard. Would make an elegant
mo acres of first-class farm land at '.'0
Calirornla town.' lnvestlgHie before you buy.
Home phono 2243. F. 11. BROOKS & CO.,
Sun^t Main 101.1. 215 and 21S Currier Bldg.
WE HAVE ALFALFA LANDS, ORANOE
groves, acreage nnd suburban property fur
sale. Call nnd we will be pleased to show
you our list.
FLYNN'S REALTY CO..
U36-7 Bryaon Ulock.
FOR SALE— THE SALT LAKE ROAD IS
now running. For city lots at Las Vegas, also
J. P. McPHERSON, 403 Stlmson Block.'cor.
Third and Spring; a commissioner tor Nevada
FOR SALE— SIX ACRES AT VKHNON AND
Santa Ko ayes.; ripe for Nuhdlvlxlon: street
car facilities near. JOHN SHARP, 03
K5O0 — 160 ACRES, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA:
soon worth $10,000. SIDDALL, 309 Copp
Stocks and Bonds
REMOVE YOUR PREJUDICE AGAINST
mining by studying reliuhlo statistic).
Mninco, but true, you will llnd that there
is Ic»h Io»n In legitimate mlnliiK than In
any other buslines. Then study tho mines
presented to you; ask If thoy are legill-
mnte or fakes; apply tv their statements
the very stringent law for protection of
the public passed by the Inst legislature.
The Tonopnli district is proven; not a
nmy bo, but an "Izzer." Tho property of
the PittKhlirg Toniipnh extension is In the
very midst of the .Milllnnulrrs, Schwnh-
MrK.'inr Syndlcntr, Pntsy (lurk, Tunopnli
.Minim.- Co., Ml/pun, Golden Anchor, Tnnn-
puh Extension (mnpajilcii and many others
who have employed the best experts of
the world. Hundreds of thousands are
taken out every week right next door to
us. Our hulld|ngs are up, monhinery pur-
chased, and we are working day and
night. The million murk may ho. reached
any hour, ho do not wait 11 <l;i.v, but cull
or send for stock. We are soiling only a
limited amount of treasury non-assessable
shares for a short time only at 20 cents
per share. I,ook nt It, ninn! Tonnpah
Company stock started nt ftn rents; April
1. sold Tor (15, II is now paying .S':r,u,OOO.O()
dividend quarterly. What a nest egg for
old aRf! Our mine is on the name, veins.
Nothing Is certain hut dentil, tiixntlon and
profltN of I'ittNluirg Tonnpuh Kxlensinn.
Don't delay; write now — right now. This
Is a le>Kit limit c Invest tneiit for your fam-
ily, not v stock wamble. Prices may go
up any hour. Write now.
WRIGHT A HAMMERS, Fiscal Agents.
3:0 Byrne, Bldg. Home 59n0; Main 5911.
There will be a special meeting of all
members of the Los Angeles Western
MinltiK Stock Exchange held at 119 West
Fourth street, ground floor H. W. Hellman
hulldlnc this (Friday) night. April 38, nt
8 o'clock. Business of great Importance
will be transacted. LOS ANGELES WEST-
ERN MININO STOCK EXCHANGE. W.
T. Goodhue, President; H. J._ Woollacott,
GREAT FURNITURE BARGAINS —
The remainder of our furnlturo
will he closed out absolutely
nt cost at 95S South Broadway.
Hardwood chairs as low us 00c.
Six-foot extension tables, $4.50.
Muntel folding beds, $6.75.
Good sanitary couches, $4. 50.
Small dressers, $4.60.
Flno iron beds almost given away.
Also liifr bargains In
Bird's-eye maple and oak dressers.
Come, if you want bargains,
to 958 SOUTH BROADWAY.
FOR BALE— CARLOAD OF DRESSERS
glass, $9.50; lls'.SO Princess dressers, $15;
$14 dressers, $11.60: smull dressers, $6, big
values; sanitary couches, $4.75; couch
cover*, $1.10; six-foot extension tables. $!>;
cane diners, Ssc; sewing rockers, $1; box
couches, $:.6O; treasure tables, $3.60; $16
gnu ranges for $l«.&0; two-burner gasollno
■stoves. $:<; 65c linoleum, 50c; oil cloth, 300.
' Cut prices In all lines. Big reductions. J.
M. OVERELL, 652 and 854 South Main St.
PRIVATE SALE OF ANTIQUE AND MA-
hogany furniture, Including davenport,
Turkish rugs. Call at' 2131 ESTRELLA
AVENUE Monday and Tuesday.
FURNITURE OF S-ROOM HOUSE FOR
sale cheap, must leave, town. ll:'8 MAPLE
FOR SALE— FURNITURE, ALMOST NEW;
golns east; must sell. Call 123 WEST
Live Stock — Poultry, Birds, Dogs
FOR PALE— BIFF, BLACK AND WHITE
Orpington eggs and stock. Fine stock at
cIQKe prices. IJI4 HOBSON BTREET.
Live Stock—Horses, Mules, Cattle
FOR SALE-TWENTY-FOUR HEAD OF
good mules; i>«veial big teams of mules, also
medium sized teama and some small muln
teams. I have any kind and any price yuu
are looking for. Juat arrived. 935 SOUTH
MAIN STREET; In rear, •
FOR KALE— S*JOO; FINE SURREY, MARE,
567 EAST TWENTY-FIFTH STKEEX
after 5 p. in. , ..- .... ■
PERFECT MODEL HORSK, NO VICES.
Suit lady; $100. Set surrey liurnesu, $10.
l!argalln ; _2l's_E._7TH ST.
STANDARD SEWING MACHINE SUPERIOIt
to all others. See our bargain* in vai'loua
■nakea. WILLIAMSON I'IANU CO., fit a.
Spring st. .
Autos and Vehicles
FOR BALE— "
f'fOO Studcbaktr surrey ITS
*n.\ steel tire Concord Ill)
I3&O Gates thr*«-a«ater |!00
New and tecond-hau.i camp wagonn, all
Mew ana second-hand harness, |}.5O up.
. CAl'lIO I'AHKl.tlil! CO.,
>" •— M» South fcutliut. ;_
TV«y of selling plunnn
for $A down and $1 a
month nnd no Interest.
Thin menns more for your
than any of our competitors offer you.
If* our pleasure to sell
yon the bent Instrument In
■ nil no house In the city
grade Ih.in you llnd hero. We
have chenp ones, too, If you
want them. Your financial
condition Is Indeed bad
if you can't buy ft piano
on the terms Hnd pikes madfl
FITZGERALD MUSIC & PIANO HOUSE,
(The Old Reliable House)
113 S. Spring St.
FofPpAI^E— LOTS IN THE CITY~OF LOS
Angeles tor only $11.'> per lot— sl down. $1 per
Bnrones* Tract, within two Mocks of the
Huntlngton "Short Line" electric railway.
H**f*t cut' rtvlcg fli'otinrt Tj^s Anffplfs. (.inly
fifteen minutes' ride from liiislnniw center of
l.os Angeles. Good wntor. Rich soli. Finest
climate. Twenty-live per cent Riiaranteed In-
crease in onn year, or money will then be re-
funded, with (1 per cent per annum Interest
added, as per our written contract. Send for
further Information. Sample contract, Il-
lustrated prospectus, map, etc.. mailed ab-
solutely free. No trouble to nnswer nuc-s-
llons. CARLSON INVESTMENT CO., 124
South Rroudway (ground floor Chntnher 01
Commerce Building), Los Angeles, Cal.
ton SALE— CARLOAD OF DRESSERS BAC-
rlltced. »11. no oak dressers. French gIHFS,
$9. M1; $IR.r,fl Princess dresxers. Sir,; $14 dres-
sers. $11. W; mnall dressers. »«. big values!
mnltary couches, $4.7.* i; couch covers, $l.ld;
fix-foot extension table », $".; onn« tllners, 85c I
ure table*. $3,501 $ir. rhs range* for $15.W;
two-burner gawllne stoves, $3; 850 linoleum,
Me: oil cloth, 30c. Cut prices in nil lines. Bin
reduction*. J. M. OVERELL, 6.12 and 854
South Main st. _J
/•OR SAL.E^iioT7sEHOLD GOODS AT A
bin-gain. Carpet sweepers. $2.25:1 couch cov-
ers, $1.10; box couches. t?..W. Iron beds, $2.50;
dressers, $tf.oo; li-plece toilet sets, $1.7*,;
lamps, 2',c; 6-foot extension tallies, $5.00} -68-
plece dinner sets, $1.50; wt knives nnd forks,
7Sc; lace curtilns, Me palrj portieres. $2.oci;
sheets. EOej blankets, B.V up. Great cut
price sale of furniture nnd household goods.
J. M. OVERELL, KS-tKU South Maltv^
FOR SAI,B— LUMBER. CHEAP. WE ARE
growlnpr nnd must move and are selling out cv
erythins In our old ynrd at nny old price rath-
er than to move It. Hustle. ?2<>; flooring. $* ;
celling. $1.">: No. 2 hoards and fencing. $14.
Lots of other material at $1" and $12 per
thousand. See us this week for bargains in
WHITING LUMBER * SUPPLY CO..
Ninth and Maple Aye.
ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD 7 GET FlG-
ures til lumber. srsli, doors, hardware and
mill work nt Whiting's if you want the
best at the lowest prices. Must move o
Inrger quarters and will sell ull stock In
our present n'lrtrters very cheap.
WHITING LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
Ninth and Maple Aye,
WINDOW SHADES-SPECIAL LOT 7-FOOT
opaque shades, 25c: best pnlnt, $1.50 per gal.;
good paper and border for 12-foot room, $1;
largest variety washable papers. 2Sc; else-
where 30c. Headquarters for burlaps.
Moldings. 2c per foot. WALTER BROS.,
027 S. Spring.
Horse weight !M pounds; fair traveler;
true, easy keeper: kind and safe. These things
we guarantee. Will tako work. What have
you to offc^j TV BUIr/D | N « COMPANY,
629 Vj S. Broadway.
FOR SALE —
ramp" stove and^wo lots In El Centro
tract Colegrove. Call 118 Holly avenue.
Colegrove car. P. 0., Prospect Park.
W. B. G.
F OIt SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables. Bar fixtures of all
kinds; easy payments. Send for catalogue.
THE BRUNSWICK-BALK E-COLLENDER
CO.. 810 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
1000 NICELY PRINTED BUSINESS CARDS,
$1.50; best value obtainable for the money;
other printing reasonable. E J. ELSON CO.,
Tel. Home 2326; 121,4 South Broadway.
FOR SALE CHEAP— A FINE PIANO; A
rare bargain; must sell at once; ensh or
terma. 2H03 SAN PEDRO STREET.
SLIGHTLY USED BEIIR PIANO AT HALF
price. Call tomorrow. WILLIAMSON
PIANO CO., 357 S. [Spring st.
FOR BALE - FINE RUNABOUT AND
single harness; snap. HOME PHONE 1947.
Hotels and Lodging Houses
EUROPEAN HOTEL DOWN TOWN.
MUST BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY.
FINK BUSINESS, IXIW RENT. LONG
LEASE. INVESTIGATE AT ONCE.
ANY REASONABLE OFFEIt WILL BE
ACCEPTED.^ v McKr ,,, vlsß .
223 WEST SECOND ST.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-CALL AND
see us for a bargain In h rooming house this
week, or if yuu have any property to ex-
change, for one list It with us. TRACY &
COMPTON, 210 Copp Bldg., 218 S. Broadway.
a"lu>oming house for sale— the best
on Seventh St.: reasonable rental; furniture,
first class. l.et us show it to you. FLYNN'S
REALTY CO.. «-7 Bryson Hlock.
1^ HAVE A FINE LIST OF ROOMING
houses and other properties; come and n«
me H. C. THOMPSON, 308 Bryson Block,
with Ben White.
BARBER SHOP FOR SALE.
Price $100. Two good chairs. Thoroughly
equipped. Two living rooms in rear. Rent
$15 1110. Three, yeurs' lease. Taking In good
money. See JONES & RYDER LAND CO.,
218 West Third st. Business Opportunity
Store, stock and fixtures, and contract for
liens will net about $300 1110. Centrally lo-
cated. This Is worth Investigating. See
Business Opportunity Dept., JONES & RY-
DER LAND CO., 21S West Third st.
GROCERY STORE FOR SALE-
Price $600. Good show cases and fixtures.
All i-ash trade. "Rent $2:. mo. This Is a nice
clean store, 20xR0 feet. See JONES & HYDER
LAND CO., 218 West Third st. Buslnees Op-
RESTAURANT FOR SALE—
Price $SOO. Peats «o people, store 2Sx7O
feet. Rent $30 mo. This pUce nets shout
$17"> mo. Wsrlh looking after. See JONES &
RYDER UNl> CO., 218 West Third st. Busi-
ness Opportunity Dept.
MEAT MARKET FOR SALE— ~~"
Price $350. Everything new and complete.
Rent $10 1110., with water. Proprietor sick,
must »ell. See Business Opportunity Dept.,
JONES & RYDER LAND CO., sis Went
IiAKI'.HY l''UU SALE-
Prlce $2000. nr!"k oven. I/itoßt oil burner.
Building 30x111) feet. Long leukc. Dully uulus
$'ii> cash. This is worth looking after. Siti
JIINF.H & RYDER LAND CO., 21)1 Went
Third st. liti.Hiti"*H Opportunity Dept.
CIGAR STAND FOR SALE—
Pile* $450. Spiendld location. Rent $15 mo.
Will net from $3 to $3 per day. Best class
trade. See Business Opportunity Dept..
JONES & RYDER LAND CO., 218 West
BAKERY *TdEUCACy"bTORE FOR SALE.
Price $300. Portable fixture*, cost over $350.
Good nock, nlco clean place. $30 rent. Dally
•ales 120 cash. See Butlneu Opportunity De-
partment, JONES * RXDER LAND CO.,
218 Wot TbUd i<V :
B U 9 1 N E8 9 OPPORTUNITIES^
FOR WALE— HF.RB IS A BAROAIN:
Harness store, old established, has first-
for city properly; have tn sell on account
of sickness. 481 ALIBO STREET.
FOR SALE. OR WILL F.XCHANOR FOR
city propf'rt y— — -On a of int* Irtrn'^st n u <l bc^t
paying livery staples In Los Angeles. Will
give terms or will sell half Interest to
right pirty. ri.iod reasons for selling. In«
fiulre of OWNEIt, box 114. Herald office.
A BRinilT NEWSPATKR MAN, ONFI
well known on tho const, wantu $25,000
backing tv stnrt « morning newspaper In
Pan Plego, the coming ftrcut city of
portunlty. Address BOX 104, Herald!
DELICACY AND RESTAURANT FOR SALE.
Price $|cvt. Niro nrnt little store. On*
living room In rear. JI2 to »IS cash dully.
Pee Business Opportunity Dept,, .TONES &
RYDER LAND CO., 2IS West Third st,
CIGAR PTAND FOITsALE-
Pike Jt.-A Fixtures and stock. Fine locution.
Will net $3 to J.) per day. Pee Ruslness Op-
portunity Dept.. JONES _ RYDER LAND
CO., 218 West Third st/
FOR SALE On EXCHANOE— BAKERY,
restatirnnt, barber shop, 12 rooms, new build-
ing, center building hoom. A bargain for
permanent huslness; $1000. VARNEY, 11«
CORNER CIOAR STAND FOR PALE-PRICf]
only $175. flight In heart of city and clear-
Ing $21 per week. Oood stock and fixtures.
Don't miss this bargain. Sco MR. OREF.NE,
Room 1, 358 So. Hill st,
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME
ASSURED OF MY PROMPT ATTENTION.
121 HENNE HLOCK,
WANTUD— A MAN WITH J2.V) TO INVEST,
with your services, In Broadway business you
can make about $35 per week. Experience
not n-ceswiry. Sco O'CONNELL, Room 1,
637' i S. Brondwiy.
$1000 FOR A-N AD.
$Iflnn In stock for best mlvrrl Isrinont of
our proposition. Contest open to all. Ad-
dress 22 1 CALLAHAN UUILDINO, Sun
SPECIAL CHANCE FOR ENERGETIC MAN
with few hundred dollars to purchase half
interest In huslno* near Hilh corner paying
$:.7 weekly. Sli. PHOENIX. 2'i2 nnd 204 Grant
WANTED— MAN OR WOMAN TO ASSIST
in llxht manufacturing business; mu«t.
havo jscifi and take charge of office line)
cash; m. agents. I3OX 112. Herald office.
EMPIRE RACING STABLF.S
Are CHinlng splendid dividends for their
investors. Write for particulars. EM-
PIRF. CO., 1135 Broadway. New York.
1000 NICELY PRINTED BUSINESS CARDS.
$I.fiO; best valuo obtainable for tho money;
other printing reasonable. E. J. KLSON CO.,
Tel. Home 232H; 121 It South Broadway.
FOR EXCHANGE-OWNERS CUT THIS OUT
$5000— New 8-room house, hardwood floors,
fino mantel, every convenience; mtg.
$2700, 7 per cent. Want a small ranch
near by and clear, or a house In Po-
mona, Monrovia or Riverside for the
equity. If you want a hums in Los '
Angeles come and see this. ■■*.'.•■ ■'
S'f.iM) — 10 lots. Cole-grove, for clear ranch.
}2'jot)— 20-room rooming house, good location.
Kxchango for clear ranch cr sell at a
real bargain for cash.
WM. N. HOLAVAY, Agent, '
Iran Home. 220 Grant Bldg.
SI (i.noo — Twenty-three acres, twelve
nillt-N from I.ok Angeles; line dairy ranch;
tuo frplcndid hoIIKCS nnd other Improve-
ment.*; pumping plnnt, farming Imple-
ments;, two horscH, nine .fprsej* cows; five,
acres 11 1 fulfil, three iirre* orchnrd; all
good lain! nnd close tn a growing little
town. Wimt city property.
K. 31. KEYNOI.DS,
211 Grant Building. Tel. 1030.
J3O.OOO— ONE OF THE FINEST ORANOE
propositions In Southern California; total
ranch consists of over 140 acres; fre9 water
right and about 50 acres In citrus fruit:
well located In foot hills; will accept good
property here or enst as iwrt payment, bal-
nnco easily arranged. Don't submit any-
thing only such property an will stand in-
spection. BEN WHITE. SOS Bryson Blook.
FOR KXCHANOE-BY BEN WHIT—.
100 ranches, $300 to $1(0,000.
ICO houses and lots, |1000 to $SO,00&
100 orange and lemon groves, 12000 to $10*,-
6000 miscellaneous properties. To bur, sell
sr trade property go to BEN WHITS. #»
Brynon Clock. 2d and Spring streeta.
$1200 equity In six-room cottage, south-
west; hirer lot, luirii, chicken houses and
yards 1 line neighborhood and close to car
line. Want good clear renldence lot.
E. 31. REYNOLDS, ■
•ill Ornnl Building. ,Tel. 11)39.
FOR K.XCHANCIE— IMPROVED INCOME
city property for alfalfa ranch. A well Im-
proved Ifio acre farm in Nebraska for Cali-
fornia: 180 acres In Colorado, grain land; t
2*o acres In San Lulu Ohlspo Co. for some-
thing here. J. A. MORLAN _ CO.. 412 ..
Chamber of Commerce Bide.
FOR KXCH ANi!E-sinoo; 80 ACRES ANTE-
lopp Valley land, dear, for cottage; will as-
sume difference; also, 15 acres above Bur-
hank for cottage and assume; or trade
either of above for clear lodging house.
WM. N. 11OLWAY. 220 Grant Bldg.
5-room modern cottage: lot 50x150, near car
line, for a good rooming house.
CO-OPERATIVE REALTY CO.,
719 S. Spring.
FOR EXCHANGK-ALL OR PART OF 1100-
acre ranch in the famous Red River val-
ley. MlnneHOta; value $30 per acre; will
trade all or part for a Buod orange grove.
BICN WHITE, 308 Bryson Block.
IN OAKLAND. CAL., BEAUTIFUL 12-
room residence to exchange for Los Angeles
real estate on account of removals. See
J. P. McCarthy. THE MCCARTHY COM-
PANY, 203 N. Broadway. ■;
A splendid money making rooming house,
well located, 40 rooms; will give some one a
big bargain If taken this week.
See R. E. MUNCY, 212 Frost Bldg.
FOR EXCHANGE — SEVERAL CHOICE
pieces of land in this county for Chicago or
city; 2c) acres In grapes for rooming house.
R. S. SAI'NDERS, Room 412 Chamber of
Commerce Bldg. * ■
$6000— HANDSOME S-ROOM MODERN RESI.
dence, together with 100 lots In growing
northern town, for Lus Angeles. H. C.
.THOMPSON, 308 Bryson Block, with Bin
W h 1 te. _______________
J3500— 10- ROOM MODERN RESIDENCE IN'
city of Omaha, one block from postoffice;
want cottage In Los Angeles. H. C. THOMP-
Hon. Scvs Hryson Block, with Ben White.
pOR BALE OR EXCHANOE— 10 ACRES
near Riverside; 2 lots 40x150, St. Paul, Minn.,
for Los Angeles or beach property. J. W.
GROSS, 3fiU3 CVntral Aye.
J20.000-FLATS 4S ROOMS; WANT RANCH
ua nurt payment, balance eaully arranged.
11. C THOMPSON, 3«S Diyeon Block, with
Ben While. ■
MAXUN WILL EXCHANGE YCOK PHUPEH-
ty, any location Larg* list to select from.
UAXOiI REALTY CO.. 114-115 atlpnoo Bld«.
BEN WHITE WILL EXCHANGE YOO»
property. 808 BRYSON B_OCK. Second ul
Bprlnic sts. Member — A. Realty Boar*
FOR EXCHANGE— OCEAN PARK FOR -
Hollywood; cottages for lot». BIDDALL.
30!) Copp Building.
Long Suffering Barbers
"All day long, from 8 In the morning
until 6 In the evening, I do nothing
but handle human heads," said a well
known New York barber, "and the
more I handle of 'em the less respect
I have. The majority of them, It seems
to me, ure simply storehouses for
freaks, f uncles, follies, passions, preju- ,
dices, predilections and for any other
thing but braiiiu.
"Barbers are not allowed to talk now-
adays, and that rule should be applied
to customers, too. it's just as hard on'
the barber to hear the customer talk'
as the other way; maybe harder, be-
cause the barber usually knows what
he Is talking about. Now that hla
tongue Is tied the barber has become
the ■ most long suffering man in - the
country.. 1 '