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Have. You Ever Tried. a HERALD LINER? They Are Winners'!
LO3 ANUELE9. M*y 14. '.
Tlme-I Bar. | Th. | R.H.|wlmr|VeTr|WesVh^r.
Ja.m.l 29.93 | M r»l~fvr. I 1 I Cloudy.
6 p.m. | 2».«« | «S I 69 | B.W. | 7 [Clear.
Maximum temperature, 71; minimum, 52
SAM rRANCICCO. May 24.— The pressure
nan fallen rapidly over Oreaon. Nevada and
northern California. Showers have occurred
In Washington and northern Oregon. In
California the weather Is clesr and warm In
tlie. interior, but cool and foggy on the coast.
Los Angeles snd vicinity— Cloudy Thurs
iy: frrfh youthwM wind.
TrtUMAN-MAOEE-.Tn.tnen A. Truman, », na-
tive of England and resident of lx>« An-
Pennfylvanla and resident of Lo« Angeles.
SENNETT-HRADY— William Ponnett, S2, na-
tive of Louisiana and resident of Lns An-
and 'resident of Ix« AngeW
WILTJAMS-I.YFORD— Arthur L. Williams, 11,
geles, tn In C. I.yford, 20, native of Illinois
and resident of Los Angeles.
nROWN-FlKE— Jesse Wi Blown, 24, native of
lillnoln and resident of Los Angel?*, to Inci
M. Pike, is, native of Nebraska and resi-
dent of Tvw Angeles.
WAIiKER-PrOSLßY— William F. Walker, 42,
native of Illinois and resident of Lns An-
Ff-nnsylvanla and resident of' Lou Angeles.
HUBBARn-SAMUEL-WHIIam A. Hubbnrd, 34.
native of Ohio and resident of Los Angeles,
to Rose Samuel, 2S, native of Oregon and
resident of I,os Angeles.
WILSON-CAMERON-lsaac Wilson. 75, native
of Ohio and resident of Pasadena, to Cath-
erine Cameron, (50, native of Canada and
resident of Pasadena,
CUMMINOS-DRISCOLI»-John A. Cummlngs,
28, native of Missouri mid resident of Santa.
Monica, to Mabel M. Drlncoil. 17, native of
California and resident of Santa Monica.
WINSOR-HALL— Howard L. Wlnsor. 28, na-
tive of New Jersey and resident of Athambra.
to Martha M. Hall, 10, native of Colorado
and resident of Alhatnbra.
SCHRODKR-YOUNG— Rudolph A. Schroder,
41, native of Germany and resident o(
Compton, to Annie E. Young, 83, native of
lowa, and resident of Compton.
CAjULAHAN-REMSEN-James J. Callahan. 81.
native of New York and resident of San
Diego, to Mary J. Remsen. 38, native of
Ohio and resident of Topeka.
CERTIA-CJODDARD— John F. Certta, 29, na-
tive of Indiana and resident of Los Angeles,
to Cora A. Goddard, 20, native of Indiana
and resident of Los Angeles.
HELD-SCHWERDTFEGER— CharIes L. Held.
21, native of New York and resident of
Pasadena, to Rosa Schferdtfejter, 19, native
of Illinois and resident of Pasadena.
ROTHERT-KEEL— Charles J. Rothert, 24, na-
tive of New York and resident of Los An-
geles, to Grace R. Kell. 34. native of New
York and resident of Los Angeles.
MAENE-CHENBAU— Victor Maene, 31, native
of France and resident of Los Angeles, to
Gussle Cheneau, 23, native of California
and resident of Los Angeles.
CORDRY— Thomas W. and -wife, 321 South
Thomas street. May 23, a son.
IRONDALE— WiIIis and wife, 950 "West Twelfth
street. May 14, a daughter.
LONQUIST— EmII and wife. 741 East Eleventh
street. May 15, a daughter.
Feck A Chase Co., undertakers and embalm-
»r«; lady assistant. 433 S. Hill. Tel. Main IL
ARMSTRONG-J.. North Main street, strych-
nine poisoning, suicidal, aged 40 years.
JAEGER— Maggie, 771 Central avenue, carci-
noma of breast, aged 49 ypars.
KENYON— Robert. 1301 South Hope street,
appendlrltt*. aged 22 years.
YOERGER— May S4. Maggie Toerger, mother
Mrs. H. H. Schoneman. aged 49 years. Fu-
neral from German E. P. church, corner
Crocker and Agatha streets, at 2 p. m. Sat-
urday. Friends are Invited to attend. Inter-
Virginia City (Nev.) papers please copy.
RIORDAN— At 1199 Magnolia aye.. May 24,
1903, Mrs. Mary Rlordan, beloved sister of
Thomas Higglns, a native of Ireland, aged
73 years. Funeral notice later.
KENYON— At sundown. May 23, 1905,
Robert H. Kenyon. ton of Genlvevea R.
and Clayton A. Kenyon, aged 22 years.
BRESEE BROS. GO. I £iF ! HS. NE
BROADWAY AND SIXTH STREET
Lady Assistant Attends I IMRFRTAKFR^
Indies and Children. UllULll I AIVLIiO
PIERCE BROS. & CO.
Funeral directors, 810-Sl2 S. Flower Btreet.
Our lady undertaker, Mlm Elizabeth Thompson,
night. Phone Main 1827; Home 227.
CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR
UNDERTAKERS, have removed to 1031 So.
Grand Aye. Phones — Main 403: Home 403
, 1905 LEWIS & CLARK EXPOSITION.
For flrst-class hotel and room accommoda-
tion* In Portland, during the exposition apply
Bt once and send your reservation fee of Ji.uO
to apply on rent of your room.
Rooms in all parts of the city. 50 cents to
J2 a day.
RESERVE YOUR ROOMS WITHOUT DE-
LAY AND GET YOUR CHOICE.
Write for full Informatlun to DEPT. 12.,
EXPOSITION ACCOMMODATION BUREAU.
The only official bureau of tho Lewis &
AS A TABLE WATER THE FAMOUS
OLISN ROCK HAS NO EQUAL. IT
FLOWS DIRECT FROM TUB MOUN-
TAIN ROCK, HENCE ITS REMARK-
ABLE PURITY. IT IS GOOD FOR DVB-
PEPSrA. AIDS DIGESTION, AND 114
USEFUL IN AF,L FORMS OF KIDNEY
AND STOMACH TROUBLES. A FIVE-
GALLON BOTTLE COSTS BUT S'J
CENTS. TRY IT. SEND YOUR ORDER
TO SUN DRUG CO. NO. 3, "DEAN'S,"
CORNER SECOND AND BPItING. BOTH
HAVING COMMENCED DIVORCE PRO-
ceedlngs against my wife, Ursula Haiißhey
Mitchell, I hereby give notice to all whom
It may concern that I will not be renpon-
her, and hereby forbid anyone to give her
credit in my namn.
May 23, 1905. ;>s South liruudway.
~~ — -SLAUGHTER IN • WALL" PAPER ~
BEST VALUE IN U. S.
76-ln. burlap. 20c; opaque shades, 25c; best
paint, |1.;.n; ml. I.- oil cluth, gOoj molding, So I
shingle siiiln, 75r; bent white enamel made,
makes things look like a mirror; glazing,
WALTER ItßOa, 6L'7 S. Spring.
80. CAL. TRANSFER CO.-TRUNKS,~2:^
and up; genera! druyage. Tels. Main 34a4*
Home 2184. 317 W. SKCOND ST.
PIONEER CARPET CLEANING WOHKS-
Tel. Main 217; Home 217. 70* s. OLIVE. Up-
holstering and carpet cleaning.
OLD RELIABLE DYE WORKS. 640 H HROAD.
way. Cleaning nnd blocking hata a »pirlalty.
————WHY NOT ...
Have that Bore Tooth
or that Old Snag
Dr7~C. li. rI WALKBR,
305 y, South Spring, Itooma i and 8,
Guarantees to extract teeth without
pulu or no pay.
bCHIU'KMAN tIKNTAL CO.. "
107 N Spring St.— PaiaUM extracting, flit.
inc. crown and brldK* work, flenlbl* rub-
ber plat**. Pur* sold flllinns, 760 up; ail
Other Blllngs. boa up; cleaning teeth, 60u
up; (old crowns and bridg* work, il.iu
up; set* t**tn. It.tO up. Also op*o »v»u-
Ings and Sunday forenoon*.
THANK BTMVBNB. 824% SOUTH SPUING.
Piano* rented (t low rate*. A. G. GARD-
NER PIANO HOUSE. Ltd.. lit Winston
*t. Pboa* Black 2225; Home phon* 813 S.
hummel nnoa a co..
A strictly first-els**, reliable, agency. All
Mnil» of help promptlr furnished. Your or-
118-114 Eajrt Second street.
Between Main and Lou Angele* Ms.
l.nrer«i nn.l best equipped offices on the
HUMMEL tIFK«. A CO..
116 .in. l UK E. Id St.
Telephones— Main Sn9.
llrst-cls« newspaper solicitors. Apply
at circulating department lirfwrm 1180
and 8 a. tn. and 4:30 and 0 p. m.
Los an<;i;i,i;h iikralp.
WANTRP-MAN WHO CAN INVEST $250
ncr and t»aeh,you tho bUllnsMl you co"
mnke ffnm $3S to |4« per week. I nwii
reliable help. This l« clean, ensy. healthy
worlt. Call on Mil. HECK. Room 1. «37>4
WANTKD— CARPENTERS. THE FF.E TO
Join Carpenters' Union Id 12.00. After May
90 will he HO.CO. Meeting nlKhts every Tiiev
dny, Thursday. Friday and Saturday at La-
bor Temple, mo Maple aye.
WANTED— KXrEHIKNt-Ki)! HARD-WORK-
Inn Iniuntrlnl ln«urance solicitor or fra-
ternal organizer. Salary and communion.
Quick advancement. Address BOX 204. Her-
WANTED — INSTALLMENT COLLECTOR
and pxpriiKi-H. Addrens MANUFACTURER,
r. O. Box 10S7, Philadelphia, I'a.
WANTED— TOUNO MAN WITH REFER-
plaln typewriting. FIKLDING .T. STILSON
CO., 305 11. W. Hellman Building.
Wanted — 100 grader* nnd skinners fnr
T. nnd T. R. R. at Las Veiras, Nev. Oooil
FIVE ROTS WITH WHEELS WANTED. 100
SOUTH SPRINO ST. Apply at once.
WANTED — WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY
for fraternal organizer or Industrial Insurance
solicitor. Salary and commission. Quick ad-
vancement. Any county In state. Address
BOX !18, Herald office.
WANTED— NEAT WOMAN AND DAUOH-
tcr for housework and care of children;
(food, waffes, jrood liome, no washing. In-
quire 1401 WEST NINTH ST.
WANTED — NEAT OIRL, FOR OKNERAL,
housework: good plnln cook: no washing:
good home, good wages. PHONE MAIN
Help — Male and Female
WANTED— MAN AND WIFE FOR SMALL
ranch, raise vegetables on shares. Address
BOX SQS. Herald office.
PAYING $3000 MONTH-FINE PATINQ OOLD
and copper claim at Goldflcld; too much for
present owner. Must have a partner. Call
and see the owner at 421 Byrne Bldg., DR.
WANTED— B PER CENT NET INTEREST,
payable semi-annually on our paid-up cer-
tificates; nothling better in the market; uni-
form saticfactlon given for eight years past:
cafe as government bonds: secured by de-
posit of first mortgages with a trustee; In-
vestigate; write for booklet and information
to the PROTECTIVE SAVINGS, BUILDING
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, W. G. Blewltt.
Secretary. 101 N. Broadway, Los Angeles.
WANTED — HAVE FOUR CUSTOMERS FOR
small house; 6-room; all modern. $160
down, balance $20 to $25 per month.
GOLDEN STATE REALTY CO.
<:i S. Spring.
OF RENTAL PROPERTY
TO KNOW THAT WE
DO A RENTAL BUSINESS^
IF YOU WANT A TENANT
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
MIXES & FARISII,
315 SOUTH HILL STREET.
A corner lot, north of Jefferson, west
of Main, east of Vermont. Have caah
GOLDEN STATE REALTY CO.
WANTED— FOUR OR FIVE LOTS AD-
Joining; cheap; southwest; will build at
GOLDEN STATE REALTY CO.
421 S. Spring.
WANTED— TO BUT A WELL- LOCATED 8
or S-ronm modern huusc. southwest part of
city: have a customer who wants to he lo-
cated Immediately. Want to deal with
owner. .1. A. MORLAN & CO., 412 Chamber
of commerce Bldg.
WANTED TO PURCHASE — A GOOD EAST
frmit hulltllnß lot in southwest: not ove.-
$S00; t'hofl. V. Hall tract preferred; for
cllf-nt who Ir ready to pay the cash.
EDWIN _AL IiE R SO N. 209 Laughlln Bldg.
WANTED— FURNISHED ROOM BY RE-
ftneri gentleman. In small family, with
hnmn comforts. Address BOX i'o2, HER-
To Purchase — Miscellaneous
WANTED— IO BUY FUHNITUHE AND
houcsehold goods. We i>ay 1-3 more than
other*. COLYEAK'B, 222-1:4 S. Main. Phones:
_ Main 1117: Home 2134.
WANTED— DEALERS ANI) PAPERHANa-
era to write for our sample hooka of wall
paper, paints, ets., gratis. WALTER UROrf.,
«!7 S. Bining
WOULD CARE FOU A (SHU* HKTWKBN
age <if T to li, In h quiet country home. Ad-
tlresH EDNA BEVREY. Hermon. Cal.
Dlt. AND MRS. CARTER S UCCESSKLILLY
treat all fenmle dlbt'Utwg and irregulurltU-s; i\
years' cxperienca' cunsuKatlon free. Houra,
aa. in. to 8 p. in. ; Huiiuajh. 10 to 13 a. m. J.>4
MERCANTILE I'LACE, over 543 8. Spring.
LONO. SUCCESSKUL WiAt.TICK ; ISXPK ItTt
••iii-oil. competent Imlks' spui-lullut; strictly
reliable; cases guaranteed. MRS. WOODS,
H.M \v. 10th, bet. Klkui-i-uu and l-'ranclnco.
CANCiiK CUiiEiJ-MUa. U. J. UKIDUU RUM-
tdy. Vna treatment given worthy poor
Tuesdays and Fridays, 2 to 4 |>. in. J. C.
ALDItICH. M. L> , 454 Ho. BprliiK St.
SOUTHERN HOME FOR LADIES DURING
colnflnenu-nt; homes fur children. DR. C. K.
BMl'l'll, 727 Hhlli-vuo aye. Tel. Main I3M.
JULIAN MACRAE, ELECTRICIAN-MENTAL,
■ nil nurvous dlaoases. 1910 a. HOl-E. Horn*
DR. TAYLOR-KEMALK KPKCIALIST AND
cb«t«trlc>. HBLABCO THBATER. Main it.
TRANSFEH AND BTORAQ3
COl^xSAti™WAliSkio UBK~Ca ~
rir* Froot 41&-W bun Pwlro at.
Open starmg* or Hptralt Iron room*.
UovlnK and packing rtntonabit rut«».
Cash «dvuic«d on storan*.
Main Offtc*. . !l) 8. MAIN.
I'huuw-Maln UlTj Horn* UM.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 95, 1905.
FOR RENT V
TO LET— A NICE, CLEAN MODERN 7-
r«nm hnu**', unfurnished, on SSth »t., near
Vermont »ye. ; $27, Inoludlnß water. R. F.
DAVIS, 330 Trust BlilK. Hoth phone*.
$18— FIVE-ROOM MODERN COTTAOB, 120«
Santa r»; rI»o 1710 Normnndle Mre<-U $1»,
Including wnirr. wrHSENHANUKR. 221
Lniighlln llull.llnfc tl
FOR RENT— S-HMOM COTTAGE. RATH AND
screen porrh; watT pnld: rent 112. 55S E.
17th, Inquiry fifil E. 17TII.
FOR RENT— (I-ROOM MODKRN (iiTTAUK;
electric llnhli". k«.«, halh. (.'nil 123S EAST
lITH ST. •__
IP YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THE nF.ST
place In Lor Anclf* to ruom mi>l li.nr.l.
call At "0.-, s. Hunker Hill: highest eleva-
tion In city: a nice, quint home, newly fiir-
Fllght, then Rn two blocks Wit. Rates low
for the mimmer.
FOR M« YOU CAN HENT THRRK ROOMS*,
completely furnished, new, elegant; house-
keeping; rb» range, bath, telephone, hot
water; close In. 334 SOUTH FKIUEROA.
«li>o 204 NORTH FREMONT. $10 untfnr-
■ lihtd. 11
TOUNO LAT)Y WILL SHARE NICE ROOM
with another youn* la.ly. New Hat. Chance to
learr^Spanlsh^free. Heference». Home 7SJ4.
♦ IS— THREE ROOMS. COMPLETELY FUR-
nlshed, new. linuKoltoeplng. In new bulll-
Ing. 218 NORTH FREMONT AYE. 81
FLATS TO LET.
Are yon looktnn for a nice, comfortable,
modern flat at low price? Well, we certainly
can please you. Look over the lift and then
cunsult our rental department for 1 details.
16th and Flower, 6 rooms, 120 per month.
Sixth and Flower, 7 room*, $33.50 per month.
Sentous and Olrard. 5 rooms, $15 per month,
lngraham and Unlfln, 5 rooms, $25 per month.
Wall, near Seventh, $15 per month.
1828!4 S. Main St., $20 per month.
IKO4 S. Main St., $20 per month.
SSth and Main sts., $17.50 per month.
Eleventh and! Hill, 6 rooms, $X per month.
And we have others.
R. A. ROWAN & CO"
200 11. W. Hellman Hldg.
TO LET-MODERN FLATS-WATER FKES.
$10 — 3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
$12—3 rooms, 212 N. Fremont.
$12—11 rooms, 334 S. Flgueroa.
$13.50-5 rooms. 219 N. Flgueroa.
$16—3 rooms, 334 S. Flgueroa, furnished.
$16—5 rooms, 1013 W. Dianond.
$16—3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont, furnished.
$18—3 rooms. 21S N. Fremont, furnished.
WIESENDANGKR, 221 Laughlln Bldg. 81
Stores and Offices
FOR RENT— STORES, ETC-
Gcod locations are scarce on west side
Spring and Broadway, between Third and
Filth streets, but we have exclusively what
629 S. Spring; long lease; $200 per month.
610 S. Sprine street.
Wert side Broadway, between Fourth and
Fifth; long lease.
623 S. Broadway; long lease.
423 East Fifth street; long lease.
R. A. ROWAN & CO.,
200 H. W. Hellman Bid*.
FOR RENT —
flat above, cor. 20th st. and Compton aye.
THUS. J. HAMPTON.
119 S. Broadway.
TO LET— STORES. $6t>. FINB STORES IN
a glowing location; new building, 209 & 211 N.
Broadwny. THE MCCARTHY CO.. THE
MCCARTHY BUILDINGS, M 3 N. Broadway.
HUB. U. HERBERT, SANITARIUM — MA3-
chiropody, manicuring, scalp treatment,
facial massage. 225VJ W. Flrat. Home 3809.
BATHS AND MASSAGE
VAPOR AND SPRAY BATHS. MASSAGE
and electricity; experienced operators.
618V4 SOUTH SPRING STREET, rooms 6,
7 and 8. Houts from 9 to. ll.
NEWLY OPENED-221) FRANKLIN ST*.
Bailis. massage, vibratory treatments and
electric blanket. Eastern graduate operators.
PALATIAL BATHS, EASTERN TRAINED
graduate operators. Tub, vapor and electric
blanket bathH. Hours 9-12. V!Ui N. BROAD-
THEBADKN BATHS— STEAM, HERB, AL-
cohol and magnetic baths and electric
treatment. 218 N. MAIN, Rooms 7 and 12/
LKWIS PARLORS— VAPOR lIATHS, MAS-
nuge. chiropody, manlcuro. fac« and scalp
treatment. !4Uj N. BROADWAY, room 6.
SCIENTIFIC TREATMENTS-NO SUNDAY
treatment; offVe hours, 9 to 9. 223 W.
SECOND ST.. Rooms 213-215. Home 222».
VAPOR AND TUII BATHS, MASSAGE AND
electric treatments. Room 225. 702 SOUTH
SPRING STREET. Telephone. Main 69a.
SELECT BATH PARLORS REOPENED AT
SO9V4 WEST FOURTH STREET; formerly
Room 9, 115V4 South BroaJway.
THE MITCHeUI BATHS AND MASSAOE
parlors— 2lS NORTH MAIN STREET.
Office 11. Phone Home 1459
SOUTHERN BATH PARLORS, 444 SOUTH
fcPRINU. Suite 1 and i.
654 SOUTH ZX>S ANGELES ST.— TUB AND
vapor bath*, mjkaaca.
BATHS — KOOM 2. 309 TEMPLE STREET.
MANICI'RINO-^n^ s - SPRINfi. BI.'ITK*»2.
MONEY TO LOAN
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED SALA-
lled persons on nute without security, without
empicyorii' knowledge and without Indorsers;
easy |.ujiiii-iiui; positively low.-st rate*. Notes
bought. loun:< on local stocks, etc. Hours 10:30
a. in. to 1 i>. m. and 2 to 5:30 p. m. COMMER-
UAL DISCOUNT CO.. 604 Fro»t Block.
TUB CRKSCENT LOAN CO., SUITE 700-701
Laiikeiihlra bulldlm, cor. $d and Spring.
Loans muney to salaried people on their
note without security or endorser; strictly
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE AND
others, without »ecurity; easy payments.
Largest buni.-iiss In 60 principal cities. TOL-
MAN, I'-Hjin 431 Mason lililg., cor. 4th anil
li load way,
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE iN
Bums to suit.
319 South Bprlngr Street.
ON DIAMON DB. rTiuNtTUKH. UVKbIi«:K,
tli-.i «i* rates; prompt, reliable. REID A
CO., 142 B. Broadway. Room lie. Phone 1021
MONEY TO LOAN-THOMAS S. WAIJS-
WiiliTH, 819 and 3X> Douglus building, will
lii. a money ou city o<* country reul estate.
HIOHKST CAtfll fltll.'K PAID KOJt OLD
line Ufa Inxurance pMlcles. Money loaned.
L. P. VAN NORMAN, 1)34 West 46th St. ,
H. W. I'OINDKXTKH, MO WII.COX MAX,.,
liihiik iiioury uu rrul «ntate, mockv and
lionrli. Hul'd'ng loans a specialty.
ADVICJS La W VmaU-
tlce; no iv« without iuni» Call or write
o. w. COOK, m 8-.:msoa blo.-k. corner Third
end Bprln» Opm «y«ry «venln«.
UIVOHCfc; UVVb-ADVICIi H<tE, NO *'EM
Ejtbout »ucce»«; private. 1. U. KM ITU, L 3
W. Third at. Moon m. fto f». a.
| They AH I
| Do It ■ i
♦ Use Herald Oners,' |
♦ They Get Tltoere %
LET US TELL
IT IS FOOLISH
TO LET YOUR VACANT LOT REMAIN
payments, that do not represent rental
value, you can own a home,
Every day your property Is Increnslng In
value and you can sell at any time at a
Our homes nre> designed fnr durability,
style nnd convenience of Hrraneemmt. We
do not sublet out work. Everything Is done
under our personal supervision, nnd our
enrnenter are: "Use only the best materials
nnd pay for the best workmanship.-" This
policy has made us a reputation to bo en-
vied and which we jealously guard.
R. N. LAMBERTH & V CO.,
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS.
Suite 414 Braly Blrlg.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-SEALED HILiS
for the erection of the Jiew plant of the
JJauser Packing Company will be received
at our office. 534 Byrne building. Los An-
geles. Contractors are invited to inspect
plans and specifications for same.
PAIGE & CO.,
Architects for Hauser Packing Co.
CITY BUILDING CO., PHONE 1619, 629H S.
Broadway, will furnish you a plan up to
dale, of the latest design, artistic elevation,
cottage or two-story, of the bungalow style,
built of the very best material and at the
very lowest prlro fnr I'aah or on time.
PALIMIST3 AND MEDIUMS
DR. GREEN, CLAIRVOYANT, TRANCE,
business medium and life reader. Readings
dally. Satisfaction or no pay. Test circles
ROOM It. 11914 SOUTH SPRING* ST.
BUSINESS AND LOVE AFFAIRS ALL
foretold. Clairvoyant vedlc card method.
,'ROF TRIPP, 316 H South Spring; rpll-
able; confidential. Lectures every night.
Ho-.rs 9 to i>. Tests 25c.
We have placed on sale ten sample
pianos from 6 well known eastern factories
at wholesale prices, with a very small
margin added to cover cost of freight,
stool, scarf, etc.
Your oportunlty will last this week only.
WILLIAMSON PIANO CO.,
327 S. SPRING ST.,
R. W. POINDEXTER, BROKER, 409 WlL-
cox Building, deals in bonds, mortgages and
other flrst-clasa securities. Loans negotiated
at lowest market rates. If you wish to lend
money on llrst mortgages, I can place It for
you tafely and at a fair rate of interest.
Reference: First National Bank, Los An-
geles National Bank.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-1 WHITE FOX TERRIER. MARKS,
black around the eyes. 1249 WESTLAKE
AYE. Suitable reward If returned.
331-333 S. MAIN. Phone— Home 732; Main 4iM7.
PATENTS ANP PATENT RIGHTS
eers. SPRING AND FIFTH. Patent hook free.
for" sale— new six-room bunga-
low, 413 Aye. 52; strictly up-to-date In
every way: only $2660; easy terms.
Two new modern cottages on Malabar
St., Boyle Heights; $2650 each; terms.
Six-room modern cottage. 3724 Adalr
St. Terms, $2550. THOS. J. HAMPTON
& CO., 119 S. Broadway.
In a Rood location and a bargain. If In-
terested see us quick.
EUREKA HEAL ESTATE CO.,
729 South Broadway. -.
Phones— Hoinn 8474: Main 277.
FOR SALE-$:tO(iO. A SUBURBAN HOME. 10
acres, 11 miles from olty; new 6-room house,
barn, well with pumplnK plant; 6 acres trees,
some alfalfa. / On main road, near good
neighbors. Not far from Burbank and Glen-
WM. N. HOLWAY. 211 Grant Bldgr.
LOSE NO TIME. STOP PAYING KENT.
Contractors and Builders,
Will build to suit. Plans free.
Estimates promptly given.
227 Laughlln Bldg., 315 S. BROADWAY.
Home Phone 8321.
i'itUO — f.VIO CASH. BALANCE MONTHLY;
Fix-room, modern cottage; lot 65x155: high
ground; fifteen minutes from First and
Spring. Take Hollywood or Colegrova car
to Gladstone street; go one block north to
2222 IVERS AYE. Owner.
FOR BALE — MODERN EIGHT-KOOM
nolla avenue; on high ground, near Alvu-
nido terrace; lot (0x160; price $5600; easy
terms If desired. CHAS. 8. MANN. 316
l-'OR BALF— S7OW; NEARLY NEW. LARGE
10-room house In Highland Park; lot 100x21X1,
with old trees. Fine view, graded street,
gui and electricity. Lot Is wuitli |9000 and
houne would coat $60C0,
WM. N. HOLWAY.- til Orunt Bldg.
11700— HERB IB A BARGAIN; SKVEN
rooms, modern; lot 50x150; Fanning
stie«t; beautiful location; $$00 duwu,
balance liko rout.
J. W. CHUN*. «»« Hryson Ulwk.
KIR HALE— S226O; CI.OBE-IN, FIVE-KOOM
liouna, 704 Noith Hill street, oik block
rorth of Jlellevue avenue. Reasonable
terms of payment. It. W. POINDEXTER.
409 Wilcox Building.
fOR HALE — CLOBE-IN LOT AND lIOUSK.
33S tfciulh Oliv* street. Best bargain in
the city for centrally located property.
It. W. POINDKXTEH, 4(iu Wilcox Uld«.
KOK BALE— MODERN NINE-ROOM HOUSE
on Hobart boulevard, n«ur Adams street.
Pries $4000; $600 cash, balance monthly.
CHAS. B. MANN. «16 West Fourth Btreet.
SNAP-UP-TO-DATB. NEW. J-ROOM~ COT-
t**e, every convenience; Urge lot; good lo-
catlcn. Terms If d«lrtd. Em side. 8e«
OWNER. 127 (South Gates at.
CSOO-FOR BALE. 6-ROOM, MODERN COT-
ta ( e. IMS West SSth St. W. T. WEBER, 137$
JiAST »18T BT. ...
FOR BALE ■
WEST THIRTY-SECOND STREET.
Beautiful residence, on large Improved
lot, with lawn, fruit trees and flowers;
nine large rooms; south front; upstairs
rooms are suitably arranged for house-
keeping rooms; two toilets, bath, elec-
tricity and gas; good barn and , chicken
yard. This place Is In a fins locality,
near McCllntock avenue. Must be sold at
once at a great sacrifice, as owner wa*
compelled to leave town.
Beat birgaln In city today.
jas. v. n.w.mviN,
207-310 Coaaerratlve Life Building,
Third and Hill Streets.
FOR SALE-HOUSES—" — — — -
YOU HAVE TALKED WITH OTHER
BUILDERS WHO CLAIM TO FURNISH
MONEY FOR BUILDING, AND HAVE
HBEN DISAPPOINTED IN RECEIVING
NAME, COMB AND SEE Utf. UK DO NOT
HAVE YOU SIGN A CONTRACT AND
THEN WAIT UNTIL WE HUSTLE A
LOAN BEFORE STARTING YOUU
HOUSE. WB TAKE YOUR NOTE IMME-
DIATELY AFTER FIGNINO THE CON-
TRACT AND YOUR HOUSE IS STARTED
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AFTER THE CON-
TRACT HAS BEEN FILED.
WE WILL FURNISH PLANS AND SPE-
CIFICATIONS, OR WE WILL FIGURE
YOUR PLANS, IF YOU HAVE ANY, AND
IIUILD FOR CASH. OR FURNISH THE
ENTIRE COST OF YOUR HOUSE AND AL-
1/OW YOU THE PRIVILEGE OF PAYING
FUR SAME BY THE MONTH, INTEREST
ON DEFERRED PAYMENTS AT 7 PER
CENT, OR YOU CAN PAY US THE IN-
TEREST EVERY THREE MONTHS. TRY
AND COME IN THE OFFICE THIS WEEK.
J. BURRIB MITCHEL & CO.,
Contractors and Builders,
320 DOUGLAS BUILDING.
SUNSET, BLACK 3991. HOME 3774.
BOYLE HEIGHTS PROPERTY IS HAVINC*
a healthy move upward, as It is now
recognized as a most desirable residence
High, dry, good fresh air, no fog, close
in, no floods.
We are building: fine homes on Boylo
avenue, two blocks north of First streef.
Our hoiifi s are built by day labor and
are modern and first-class in all partlcu-
We are selling them at extremely lott
prices, as we bought our land some time
ago, wheit it was cheap. You can save
$500 if you buy your home from us.
Houses from $2000 to $2750; one-third
cash, balanco terms. Don't pay rent when
these bKigaiiiS are offered.
20D West Fourth Street.
FOR SALE— FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE ON
Adnlr street. Prlco $1750; terms, $600
down, balance $'.'0 per month.
Six-room cottage, strictly modern; lot
60x140; on Jefferson. Price $3800; terms,
$2000 cash, balance to suit.
bix-room house on Adalr street, strictly
modern. Price $2500; terms, $500 down,
balance $25 per month.
Three-room house on Thirty-ninth
street, on lot 60x135. Price $850; terms.
$130 down, balance $15 per month; or will
exchange for any old thing.
If these don't suit you, call in and see
us, for we have many more.
HALE REALTY CO.,
318-10 Pncillc Electric Building,
Corner Sixth and Mnln.
$2lOO— Six-room cottage on Trinity, near
Maple aye. car Jke. $500 cash. See
us at once. NlcWrot.
$4700— Eight rooms. On New Main st. A
beautiful home and a bargain. Large
$750— Three rooms on Santa Cruz, near Al-
varad.j. Good lot.
$975— Five rooms: on your lot. A better om
st $1100. A fine one at $1200. Larger
nnd smaller ones at proportional prices.
When you want to buy or build see
INGLEHART BUILDING CO.
713 n. Broadway. Home Phone 7668.
FOR SALE— A NICE SEVEN-ROOM ALL
modern house and elegant lawn on East
32d ftreet. near San Pedro street; only
$3000. This Is a bargain.
GOLDEN STATE REALTY CO.,
421 S. Spring St.
Nice seven-room 2-story bungalow on
West 24th St., Klnney Heights; nice lot,
best neighbors. Only $4200; $2200 casn.
GOLDEN STATE REALTY CO.,
421 S. Spring St.'
$2500 — $501) cash, balance monthly, pay-
ments to suit; fine large, well constructed
, veranda; close to 3 minute car line in
. good neighborhood. Rooms are all
all modern conveniences; mission finish;
walks, lawn, Bhed In rear. ■ This Is splen-
did value; on lot 41x130 feet. INGRAM
& BRIGGS, 902 Braly Bldg. Phones 29.
On account of late loss am compelled
to sacrifice my lovely, new, modern house;
eight large rooms and hall; built for our
own home; we i>ut in everything nice and
gond; corner lot. 60x150 to alley: fine
lawn: Halldal« avenue; renting at $6f>
per month; $4£&o| Imlf pukli, balance to
suit. See my agents.
WRIGHT A HAMMERS, 320 Byrne Bldg.
Home 6900; Main 6911. ••.-.-
FOR SALE- A FEW LOTS IN OUR NEW
subdivision at $350; each one Is 60x143 feet:
streets are a> feet wide, to be fully Im-
proved, graded and oiled; 5-foot sidewalks,
cement curbs, etc. ; work now helng done ;
when Improvements are completed price will
be $450. YOU CAN MAKE MONEY QUICK
BY BUYING NOW. • .
ROBERT MITCHELL CO., 508 S. Broadway.
L. A. R. B.
FOR SALE— A BIX- ROOM MODERN COT-
TAUE, ON A LARGE LOT, LOCATED ON
15T1I ST. EAST OK CENTRAL. PRICE $2700.
TERMS CAN UK ARRANGED. THIS IS
VERY CHEAP. SEE
W. H. SHAW— .
WITH F. K. ECKLEY, 234 H. W. HELL-
$6500-6 acre* on Western aye., half block
from Hedondo elwtrlo line; good 6-room
house, barn, 3 acres In alfalfa, balance
In vegetables; mortgage inuoo at 7 per
cent; will exchangu equity fur uood
hou»e and lot In Los Angoles or las
W. 11, OHKAH. 401 Johnson Building.
FOR SALE— HOUBKB; BUILT ON BABY
terms. Get my prices; plans free.
W. W. ANDERSON
Contractor and Builder,
410 Bradbury Bldg.
11000— A twenty-room apurtment hous*
and lot, Towns avenue, clus* In; Una in-
CPint property and cheap. ........
J. W. CUJJUHi> »&t Utjiuu Slock. "i*
W« trill furnish th« entlr* cost of ynnr
house or build for e«*h; plans and ipeclflca-
« long furnished free.
You will mnk* ft mistake If you An not
take advuntagit of our Installment offer.
Th* Int #r**st fl^or^fls^s us your monthly
'payments are mad*.
W« hnv« mmt of th« moot sttmctlv« plan*
In the city, and would be glad to have you
call and look nt them.
If you know how you want your hound
planned wo will get out « plan to suit you
J. Rttßßlfl MITCHRf, ft CO.,
Cmlrnctors nnd Bui Mem,
.I_'«-X>7 limißlna Building.
Sunset, Black BH9I. Home 377(.
t IfAVR A 0000, TWO-
Mory, nlne-rrom house, at
2430 Leotl street that I'd
llko to have somebody make
m> nn r-fier on. Take a look
lit It— then
SEE TIEAN ABOUT IT,
202 Liiuglilln Building.
* FOR SALE. '
••ROOM MODKRN COTTAOE.
EAST 16TH— NEAR MAPLE AYE.
LOT H4X150. STREET WORK.
BEWKR. LAWN, PHONE.
WE CAN DELIVER FOR $4500.
CARROLL J. PALY A CO..
Home 8298. 211 WEST FIRST ST.
Members Realty Board.
WHY DON'T YOU COMB HERE?
We c«n furnish fine plans and specifica-
tions for bungalows nnri uottnges. Plan*
ond specifications are cheerfully given free
of charge. Come mid Rive us n call for
mor* Information, nt 433 Mason Building.
CALIFORNIA BUILDING COMPANY.
O. W. Duncan, General Manager.
433 Mat.on Building,
rt.ones: Main 3395; Hume 6038.
FOR SALE-A BNAPI I
We will build you a neat 5-room cottage or
bunsalow, with the beat porcelain plumbing,
tinted walls, pollahed floors, china cloaet.
cement walks and lighting ilxtures for
ONLY JUiOO, CASH OR INSTALLMENTS.
WHITINO. THOMPSON & CO.,
Home phone 1075. 236 Byrne Uldir.
Beautiful, modern, five-room house, lo-
cated on Normsnclle street, splendid nelfth-
WINTON & McLEOD,
310 Trust Bids-. Cor. Second and Spring.
L.A.R.B. Homo Phone 1i46; S. S. Main (iI!7R.
FOR SALE— MODKRN 6-ROOM COTTAGK
ON BIRCH ST., NEAR 12TH. WILL SELL
TO COLORED PEOPLE. PRICE Km.
4-ROOM COTTAOK; BATH, ELECTRIC-
ITY, ETC. E. 17TH ST., NEAR SAN PE-
DRO. TRICE ?2000.
318 TRUST BUILDINO.
FOR "SALE— BY W. H. ALLEN & SON.
*1350' ROMEO STREET. 60x140 ft.
East front, lot looking down W. 25th st.
This choice lot Is between Adams and W.
24th sts., in the choicest residential sec-
tion of the city; owner a non-resident
and makes this absurdly low price.
J1350 ROMEO STREET 50xl4Oft.
W. H. ALLEN & SON, 216 Douglas Bldg.
FOR SALE-CONTRACTING AND RUILD-
Ing. We are constantly getting up plans
and building artistic bungalows and two-
story houses. A large stock of plans to
fore building. We furnish them free where
we do the building. E. S. WILLIAMSON
& CO., Architects and Builders, 91)2 Grant
■ 6-room new, modern, up-to-date cottage on
LaSalle avenue, lot Snxl.'iQ to alley; if taken
at once will sell for $3100.
On Maple avenue, near 15th, 6-room mod-
ern cottage, lot 50x150; only $3700; this la a
OSCAR B. SMITH.
__31.-.-316 O._T. Johneon Bldg.
City Lota and Land!
and $10 per month, without interest,
buys a lot 50x174, on a graded
and oiled street, cement sidewalks
and curb, one block from electric
line and well located.
Only a f»;vv lots left.
EDWARD D. SILENT & CO., Sole Agent*.
Members L. A. Realty Board.
Est. 1888. 216-218 W. Second Street.
FOR SALE-BY F. M. PHELPS.
$700—50x150, Bellevue aye., facing Echo
$850-Near LaSalle St., In Weit Adams
$1475— Sl.atto st.. between Union and Bur-
llnston, 52x140. _B,_**i
Jlsoo— Ocean View, near Alvarado.
$1050— W. 32d St.. near Hoover.
$2000— Near 9th and Blalne. .
»3«o— Westlake aye.. near 6th.
. F. M. PHELPS,
503 Douglas Bldg. Both Phones.
We secured In an exchange deal 3 large lot!
In Signal Kill tract. Long Beach, which we
will sell at a bargain. We also otter 2 choice
lots in southwest on Brighton aye., below 4titb
St., at a bargain for quick turn.
Phones— ROSI & LINDSEY.
Home 76A2. 314 H. W. Hellman Bldg.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME
— AND BE—
ASSURED OF MY PROMPT ATTENTION
121 HENNE BLOCK.
EAST JEFFERSON STREET TRACT—
—On Long Beach line—
' J2.'i down: flo a month.
With privilege of building on the rear of the
lot, or we will advance the payment to put
up 2. rooms on rear and ('£• down, 310 a
STRONG & DICKINSON,
135 S. Broadway.
Beautiful shade trees
FLORENCE VILLA TRACT.
$125 and up. Easy terms.
Call for plat and full particulars.
(iISTAV S. SMITH & 111111.,
130 11. \V. Hellman Bldg.
Main 2718. L. A. R. B. Home 14 S3.
FOR SALE-NEAR MANUFACTURING DlS-
trlet at 16th and Alameda oti. We control
10 lots between 16th and Washington eta..
McQarry and Staunton avea. and Don Abel.
Prices, l«00 and up: 40x146; lots cheap.
You can make money on this property at
the. prices we offer lots.
CALDWELL & CO..
L. A. It. II 403 Currier Bldg.
Three lots on Carroll avenue, being N.
W. corner of Douglas street and Carroll
avenue, (oxl6o feet, 11760; and lots 4 and
< of block 4, Angeleno Heights, being IOOx
135 feet, at S2&00. or 11250 for either half;
60 feet west of Douglas street. Terms, half
cash, balanoe as agreed ; 7 per cent Interant.
M. L. Wll.lvo.
Hi Hellman Block, td and Broadway
LOT ON CARROLL AYE IN ANQKLENO
llflchU, 50x186 fiit, on clean side of utroet,
(0 foe', west of Douglas street, for sale; 11100,
hulf cash. Qaa, water, electricity, sewer and
all street wi rk done find paid for, M. 1,.
WICKS, Room li« Hellmaii Bldg.. Stoond
MUJ-LOT 4f1X1«5; 3WH. NEAII COMI'TON. IN
Curtis Park. Agent on tract. Street Im-
' urovnnents gubatautlal, flniahed. No such bur-
»lns (lMWher*. WI.SENDANdUH. w
Laus-hlls, Block. »-li
|36»-CHKAPEBT CLOBE-IN LOTS. UsT
and Compton; large fruit trees. Can you
beat thist Alto. (360 lot, 40x138. (6th street
ani Flguerca. Agent on tracts. WIESMN-
DANGER. K!l Lauvhlin Block.
JOB BALK— HNK CiThNKK. TWO HLCkTSs
we»t o( We»t_tk« park.
It. 8. KAINDKKS.
FOU SAUt •
City Lot* and Land* .
WEST OF MAIN RTREET.
IT OROWB UPON TOU.
The more you »c« of lots In .
THREE I^o TRACTTH IN THE CITT—
the mnrr you will like the location— tin
yon will like them for homes,' for Invest-
mtnt nnd for profit. ■ ■ ' .
Tirnnch office, Flfty-thlrd and Main
streets. I'nlll the new line In finished,
tnke Mnple nvenuo cur to Flfty-thl-tl!
one short block to .Mnln.
the McCarthy co.,
203 North Broadwny,
FOR SALE— i
GENUINE LOT BARGAINS.
C. V. HALL TRACT.
$7/10— .lelterson street BOxl ID
V7oo— Wentern a venue .AoxlB J
f.looo— Western avenue ..".Oil ;t:i
«IM)o— llohart avenue (Mix lS::
«2SOO— Hobnrt avenue; four 40-foot lots.
»o«o— Harvard boulevard »0xl3«
jIMO-Ln Snllu nvenue AOxtSn
$2500— N. W. corner Ln S.ille 10(1 il so
*.liton— Corner on Dalton 18l\xlM
#1000— Daltnn, cast front SOxinil
• 1300— Corner on Dalton BOxtBO
«l 130— Hsllilala avenue SOxISO
«IBoo— Corner on Halldnle 50x1 till
HUHOO— Hnlldale, cHot front BOxIBO
JKS0 — Brighton avenue BOxISO
*IBAo— Brighton aye., coiner 10t...80x1f50
*I'MO— Normiindie avenue BOxISU
Members Los Angeles Realty Board.
ALTHOUSE BROS. .
234 Launhlln Bldg. 315 8. Broadway. ■•
Main 363; Hmne Ex. S«3.
FOR BALE— ABS THE BEST
bargßin In a residence lot is offered In
the Melrose avenue tract. This chof.'fl
property Is locutcu between Vermont ave-
nue and Western avenue In the northwest
part of the city. Ench lot Is not less thmi
60x146, has Improved streets and :ement
curbs. A reasonable building restriction
protects, not high enough to be prohibitive
The property ts well located, has splendid
dralnngo, and commands a beautiful view
of the mountains, Hollywood and thecltv.
The new Western avenue electric linn Is
only two blocks west. The Colegrove llr.e.
now being double-tracked, is Immediately
to the north. The terms of payment his
only $26 cash, $10 monthly; and the prlca
$300. . ' :;-.■•."
Don't fall to see this beautiful property.
Positively the lowest priced property in the
entlro motion between Los Angeles and
Hollywood. Charles S. Mann, 315 West
Fourth street. Home 4171.
"THE TRACT THAT'S BUILDING HOMES."
HAWTHORNE TRACT AND ANNEX.
Near HiintliiKton's New Car Shops ~
at Fifty-fourth uml South Tark.
TOU GET MORK FOR YOUR MONEY
than In any other tract.
Attractive homes now building.
60 I'ER CKNT PROFIT BY NEXT FALL,
when large numbers of men will
be at work In the shops.
BEAUTIFUL 45 AND 80-FOOT LOTS.
$350 TO $500, FULLY IMPROVED. .
WILL BUILD TO SUIT ON EASY TERMS
- See us at once.
W. F. THORNE & CO., OWNERS.
Home 1684. Room 311, 218 S. Broadway.
FOB SALE— .
lots- :• .-> ■, ■ ■-• ■
S. PARK, 65TH. 66TH, 57TH SBTH STS.
SAN PEDRO CAR TO OFFICE. 6STH ST.
SUNDAY P. M. - -
SUNDAY P. M.
BEST LOTS NOW OFFERED. » :.:.i
TWO YEARS' TIME. ,i. ■
CEMENT WALKS, WATER.
CLOSE TO BEAUTIFUL
PARK ON S. PARK AYE.
SEE SNOW ON OLD BALDY.FROM 58TH
ALSO 6-ACRE BLOCK FOR *1230. 9
YEARS' TIME. '
LARKIN & CO.. '
PHONE 1066. . 421 BYRNE BLDG.
$50 DOWN ~ (•
Balance $50 every six months.
Size 40x135. -,"»':•
On Forty-eighth, between
Main and Maple. .
Only three left.
. WINTON & McLEOD,
310 Trust Building.
RUFUS J. STUKEY TRACT.
A tract for homes and good people: $11
cash, $10 per month. Come and see foi
yourselves. Take East Ninth street car
on Main to Fifty-second street; owner oh
ground. Phones — Home 29224; Sunset
South 566. ; -,--, .-,:
FOR SALE— BY CULVER
$2240 — 28x110, Hutli aye., 7th and Bth sts.
12800 — 35x110, Towne aye., 7th and Bth sts.
$3000 — 45x90, Ruth aye., 7th and Bth sts.
|4000 — 50x110, Ituth aye., 7th and Bth sts.
106 South Broadway.' . .
~~ z± ..''..'
FOR SALE— FIFTEEN LOTS AT QARVAN-
za, three blocks from car line; full size;
seven of them in one bunch, the balance dis-
connected. Extraordinary good property for
the price— sl2s per lot. Terms are cash— must
be sold at once. THOS. J. HAMPTON. 119
8. Broadway. L. A. R. B.
' ' '■■■'"
~~- LONE STAR TRACT.
Elden aye., near U'th st.
60x140 to 15-foot alley, $1850. ' '.* ' :■},
The cheapest lot In this nne tract, re-
cently reduced from $2200. See me
quickly. $1000 can remain on mortgagu.
W. VT. THAYER. SOLE AOENT.
411 JOHNSON BLDO. PHONE 826 T.
LOT 60x150 FEET OM NORTHWEST. COIT
ncr of Carroll avenue and Douglas 'Street,
$1750; $350 cash, $400 five months, balance
on time, 7 per cent net Interest; water, gaa,
electricity and sewer, all street work done
and paid for. M. L. WICKS. 128 Hellman
Bldg.. Second and Broadway.
810 BARGAIN — HAN PEDRO CORNER.'
1(10x130— ONLY $1650.
S. E. cor. San Pedro and Slauson ' aye.
HER OWNER, . .■:
Room 311, SlB South Broadway.
165X261 FEET FRONTING ON .
$500 WILL TAKE THE WHOLE LOT.
THE PRICE] SPEAKS FOP. ITSELF.
EMIL FIRTH. 411-417 LAUCHLIN BLDO.
1460-L.OT 40X135; 39TH. NEAR COMPTQN. IN
Curtis Park. Agent on tract, Street Im-
provement* substantial, finished. No sues bar*
gains elrewhsra. WIESENDANGHSR. 11l
Lnughlln Block. »-ll ■
Live Stock— Horses. Mules, Cattle
FOR BALE- A FINE, LARGE, FRESH JER-
spy cow, heavy and rich milker, one of the
finest In the city. Call SiOOfl SOUTH UHAND
A VIC, before v a. m. If posalble.
FOR KAI.K-KItKSII JERSEY COW; GIVES
4 gallons rich milk per day. 1128 BAN
PEDRO, Phones: West ««;. Horn* »6».
JERSEY FAMILY COWS; INSTALLMENTS
or rath. NILEB. 450 H. Wsshlngton.
Suburban Property— Hollywood -
MCX LKVttL LOT. toxlif, WITH CttMKNT
curbs, krtdod streets «nU sidewalks; connu-
leot to school, church and car Una; located
l>«tw««n Wulai a aaa ■ Vermont •venuss.
Pries MOO; (]» cash, 110 moatbln. CUA3, ,