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BPLBNDID HOME
EAB V PRICE.
OO OUT TODAY
AND LOOK IT
OVER-10 MIN.
RIDE FROM 4TH
1 AND SPRANG. , "
CORNER SAN FERNANDO AND
PEPPER AVB. TAKE YELLOW
GARVANZA CAR ON SPRING, .
GET OFF AT AVB. 26, WALK
WEST TO ,' , '
■-> M<pmme
SUITE 303
H. W. HELLMAN BUILDING
.' "BUY IN THE HILLS."
1. . All the „- charm of the mountains,
combined with the comforts of the
; . city, can be found In
LB MOYNE TERRACES.
. This new tract, just opened up, lies
on the slopes and crest of the High-
land View Hills, two blocks west of
Pasadena avenue, on Glen Albyn
; drive; a high-class, exclusive resi-
dence: tract; : $2500 building restric-
tions; large lots, $600 up to $1500.
Buy now, at first hands. 1,, ji.
; PRATT, 608 Laughlin Building.
EVERYBODY SAYS SO.'
Get ready for it.
THE BIGGEST HI3AI, ESTATE ,'
. movement in the history of ■-- :
the city.
The wise man buys now and
reaps the harvest this fall.
i, ,",',- HAWTHORNE TRACT
offers the cheapest lots on
- .. the market. . • ' '■
- NEAR HUNTIIVGTON CAR. SHOPS
• At Fifty-fourth and South Park.
5375 TO 9500.
See us at once.
W. Fl.F 1 . THORNE & CO.,
Room 311, 218 South Broadway.
Home 1684.
WILL STANTON
Will Make
. Exchanges,
■ '»'■ Buy or ' ' -
':.;; .■■'■'.-■•'. 'Sell
■ Your Lots,
}■,:'"'. " Beach .or . . , .
Country Property,
304 Mason Building,
. Fourth and Broadway.
■ Phone Home 6021.
■" — ~~~ :: — r^jp ~~^~~~"~
LARGE. LEVEL 'LOT, 60X186.
IN THE SOUTHWEST.
.if; 1 .? I'*1 '* •V. ON TWO CAR LINES.
IMPROVED WITH FOUR-FOOT
■ CEMENT WALK. CEMENT CURB.
. AND ALL STREET IMPROVE-
'{:;•■•■ MENTS PAID FOR.
ONLY $275; ON EASY TERMS IF
«'i DESIRED. - ■ .r.-.-fc
. EMIt, FIRTH (OWNER),
411-417 LAVGHI.IN BUILDING,
'. 815 SOUTH BROADWAY.
CLELAND HOME TRACT.
■< Xarge level lots. - ' * ;
Cement sidewalks. ° '
* -■■■■ Pure artesian water.
'•'/;■ 60x185 feet.'
' Price $300.
14 minutes from 6th and Main sts.,
via Long Beach Electric Railway.
MRS. GUSTAV S. SMITH. Solo Agent,
219 H. W. Hellman Bldg.
• Main 2712. - . ■• . . Home 3462.
. Branch Offlce at Florence Ave.
I FOR SALE—
.;>:•:''. ''■',■•'*"" ' ', $700. ■■ ']'■■■ ' •
I "Fine lot on Brent near Temple street;
work all. done; cheapest close in good
lot In the city.;-- ' ' ,' ;; ' '
i'K^-^V-'-" ;: ' * ■'■ w.'h. obear, '
' ' :■.-■- > 402 Johnson Bldg.
| EAST JEFFERSON STREET TRACT.
• . u,. —On. Long Beach line— k-> : i
■ . 125 down; $10 a month. • Srts'm
■ With privilege of building on the rear
: ot the lot, or we will advance tho pay-
' ment to .put. up 1 rooms on rear and $29
down. $10 per month. ■ . . • -
- BTRONG & DICKINSON, .
. . -.V. ...- 185 8. Broadway.
•VOB. SALE— . . *
■!.p'y_:i'-. WASHINGTON ST.
This thoroughfare will be the next
street paved. We offer, a corner at • a
bargain; 'way under market value; ripe
I for improvement; stores will pay welL
' Investigate this at once.
.;;-.,. c. f j. heyler co. ■
Bolt Agents. 810-11-12 Bryson Blk.
: *~ ~" LA PARK' :v... .■....!•-'. )"
''■ - v ''Of;i r.'TBACT.a ..' ' ■••.. •<•
1 LOTS 9300 TO 9500. ' '." . '.'
. : The Very Safest Investment. '
..Property advancing every day la this
section. •! „;■••■ ; •■■■■.•
; u" HOSS & LINOSKY,
814 11. W. Hellmnn Bldg. ■•.'.-.
; Phones — Home 7663. Main 4823.
FOR SALE— "" r— — —
!. -NO MISREPRESENTATION.
If there is a good buy in Los Angeles
here is one. If you are looking for a
I snap and -want a good cheap home come
i and see us. Lot 60x150; price $4250; easy
' terms. ,
I ■■>■•-. FINLEY & NORRIS,
,i ; ■ Ground floor. ' 841 8. Hill.
FOR BAE,E-$450. "
East Tenth St., near. Santa Fe ave.,
lot 40x140 to 20-foot alley; worth $600.
», r*r< W. H. OBEAR, >
.'him; ■ 402 Johnson Bldg.
'. 480WMSU120 ON W. 15TH BETWEEN
Main | and. Hill sts. A snap for quick
sale. • We are sole ncenta. . *
' WHITCOMB-GIBBON CO..
. 629-631 Laughlin Building.
CORNER. 96x136, ON NHW CAH LINE—
A great buy. See BURRITT, 60th and
Moneta. Phone Home 2ii171. _.
Hotels and Lodging House*
■jrOR*SAIJ3 — TIIUIOU UAHUAINB IN
roouiluv houses, tiix rooms, includ-
ing piano, $460. Sixteen romnu, nlcu-
ly. furnished. . $780.. Twenty-two
rooms, well rented, piano goes, $1100.
Look r these up. niio\\\ at «ouns,
aiT *>r. . ■ . •.-,-.•.■ ■•■ • .. :
A SNAP IN A NEIWLY- FURNIBHBD
rooming house of 20 rooms, centrally lo-
"cat»<l. for sale. "Cheap rant; long leas*.
Inquire of WILL MIiTSWKH. ■ 615 South
UaIXU
FOR RENT
Beach Property
CAMFOnWIA'S
KINKST
STRAND.
.©EHCT
«mm oiiratest nrcvcii
our Tun coast."
The Finest Driveway or Automo-
bile Course In the State. Clean,
white, hard sand, 300 feet wide and
eighteen tnllcs. long. Where the
Automobile Club of California, lo-
cated at San Francisco, Is planning
to hold It* National Meet this win-
ter, with automobiles In attend-
ance from nil part* of the country.
The SAFEST SURF, where the
bather ran go out for 500 feet with
perfect safety; no undertow and no
seaweed of any- description. -
i-hi;sii wATian lake
Lying within our tract Is
OCBANO LAKE, a sand-bottom
lake of clear fresh water, Just
three times the. size of the West-
lake Park lagoon; the finest kind
of a surface for fresh water bath-
ing, rowing and canoeing.
Flowing through the center of
our tract is the
AHHOVA <;ntM>i: lIIVP.II,*
providing the finest of fishing and
opening up wonderful possibilities"
for beautiful riverside homes.
AH of the improvements under
way guaranteed by special trust -
fund deposited with the Merchants
Trust Company.
lots «no to «.->oo.
Easy Terms.
.We sell from an official price list
and we are still offering at
opening prices.
Buy now,' before the advance which
i Is bound to follow the Improve-
ments. Call at the special
offices of Oceano Beach
Syndicate for full
particulars. . :■.
the McCarthy co.,
SnleH Mnnnger*.
MERCHANTS TRUST CO.,
•i Trustees. '. t >• ■ ■ .■ :- *
820 South Broadway.
.IPirbippertty
SOME rillCESt
i A FEW VENICE ANNEX LOTS
FOR $650 EACH.
THREE SPLENDID LOTS, $800.
FOUR LOTS FRONTING RAIL-
ROAD, ON SILVER STRAND, . $1500
EACH.
THREE LOTS FRONTING ON
CANAL, 11400. ■
TWO LOTS ON STRAND, $1400
EACH.
THREE LOTS, SHORT • LINE
BEACH; SNAPS; $1500 EACH.
FOUR CANAL LOTS, VENICE, AT
A BARGAIN FOR MONDAY.
HOUSE AND . LOT. • PALOMA
STREET, OCEAN PARK, AT A BIG
BARGAIN; $2000. ,
OCEAN FRONTAGE BETWEEN
VENICE AND PIER AVENUE. ASK
US FOR PRICE. .-.,...,, ■
BUSINESS BLOCK ON PIER AVE-
NUE; GOOD INCOME: CHEAP IF
SOLD WITHIN THREE DAYS.
Ro RWetostteir
■ ®t @<n>o
304 MASON BUILDING ■,
t FOURTH AND BROADWAY. •• •
PHONES — HOMB r.575| SUNSET
MAIN 4000. .--.•■
„ THE NEW .
NEWPORT.
Meflit(D)§© :
Ocean and bay front. Single strand of
ninety lots— double fronts— all beach and
strand frontage on bay and ocean. Im-
?>rovements: Cement walks, water piped
o each and every lot; houses, electric
"lights and telephone service, pier now
in construction, contract let; best surf
bathing on the coast. - :
We will sell no lots without personal
inspection. Mr. Connor Is on the ground
at Melrpse Station to show lota. Fifty
unsold. Fair building restrictions.
Lots thirty-foot front. Electric and
Southern Pacific railroads both stop at
our lots, thirty to forty minutes' rido.
Lumber yard near Melrose Station. Ad-
joins Huntington property. At first
offering prices now.
Directions— Take Pacific Electric Los
Angeles, Newport and Huntington
Beach car. Get oft at Melrose Station.
Fare five cents from Newport and Hunt-
ington Beach.
the McCarthy co.
some of the best buys and bar-
fains in lots In the Venice and Short
,lne Beach tracts. .
ALAMITOS BAY., t
A fine ocean front lot at a big bargain;
can sell on terms. . ■ .. • '■•■.-.
J REDONDO BEACH.
We have a number of lots In best loca-
- tlon either for residence or business.
Can be had at. a bargain and on terms.
' ! HUNTINGTON BEACH. '
\ A good buy in ■ two business lots at
Huntington Beach.
■ Bargains in lots at the main beaches;
:' some of them can be bought very cheap,
as owners are not prepared to meet pay-
ments. Come- In and Investigate. ■
J. A. ' MORLAN & CO.,
202-203 Fay Bldg., cor. 8d and Hill.
LONG IIIOACII. • •
FOR SALE—
LONG BEACH.
Seaside Park Addition.
- A few choice lots on the sand at
Long Beach, between the ocean and
the line of the great canal lmprove-
! ' ments. - Pacific Electric and Salt Lake
R. R. direct to this property, $650 up.
.Terms reasonable. .
JAS. V. BALDWIN, , ■ ■ ■
207-210 Conservative Life Building,
Third and Hill. Streets. ■ .
Heinnni©§ai''
For sale or exchange— s3soo, $1600
cash, takes three acres overlooking
beach, close to school, with four-room
houße and several hundred dollars'
worth of vegetables; or will exchange
for small house and lot, value about
$2000, part balance cash. What have
you got? It must go. Make, us an
offer. 414 BRYSON BLOCK. Home
Phone 2840.
MANHATTAN— '
I . 1700 — 4, in block 72, also 2 In 78.
and several other good buys.
• ' WHITCOMB-GinSON CO.,
529-631 Laughlin Bldg.
Business Property
rou hxvb nv RBV —
828-320 DIUDBURY IIIIU,IU1V«J.
ON FiaUßl'tOA, NHAH NINTH
stui:i;ti ooxiaoi cuiui 1 ,
HAST NINTH, CI,OSU IN) *30 I'ISH
FRONT FOOT I'NIIMU MARKET.
'■''■ WM WANT AN OFFISH ON EITHER
OK THlfl ABOVE. ,
$15,075 FOR THE VKRV BKST'LOCA-
IIou in Olive Heights, 60Ux120. Rents
' nominal ($5O per mo.) We, are aolo
s'njenti.- ■.,...■••■■•■- . ■ '■■:*■■ ,- <<.
WHITCOMU-GIUSON CO.; 1
B2U-631 liHugulio, llulldiu*.
LOS ANGELES HERALD t THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST to, 190 J.
FOR SALE
Business Property
YOU
WANT
A
' «*> . HOUSE
country' property
beach property,
EXCHANGES, ETC.,
J ' SEB OUR LIST.
436 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
BUILDING
LOS -ANGELES CALIFORNIA
FOR SALB-
Blg snap on Kant Washington afreet;
!>oxit7'/ 2 feet; partly improved; Income
$32.60 per month.
.„ £ ' ''Think of It
.'" | X • ' J6OOO. v .• •
OLD SETTLERS INVESTMENT CO.,
601-603 Grant Bldg.
Both phones 1017.
BETTER THAN A BARGAIN IN
ACREAGE.
Offered by
SO. CM,. RICA I, ESTATE INV. CO.,
004 Pacific Electric llullillntc.
Thirty-two acres of fine lying land
, for subdivision, short distance from
Watts Station, on Long Beach line, at
$400 per acre, on easy terms.
Huntington broad gauge to Santa
Ana runs through this tract.
Artesian well with fifty-Inch flow
per hour, house and trees on land.
Investigate promptly, as this snap
buy will not be on the market long.
BOTH PHONES 2SOO.
WE SELL THE EARTH.
BA6SETT & SMITH.
A good Investment; 28-roomed apart-
ment -house in first class rental locality,
all furnished, usually full. You can
rent it and take in $150 per month.
Price $10,500; terms If desired.
BASSETT & SMITH,
202% S. Broadway.
FOR SALE-$18,000; CHOICE BUSINESS
corner on W. 7th street, four blocks
west of Flgueroa, where street Is to be
paved at once; size 112V&X120; all corners
on 7th as far out as Beacon ave. held at
$200 per foot and upwards; this will
double in value when street Is paved.
F. 11. PHELPS. 608 Douglas bldg.
FOR SALE—
N. W. CORNER OF MAPLE AVB.
AND 7TH ST., TWO-STORY BRICK
BUILDING; CLOSE TO MAIN ST.;
BARGAIN.
W. M. GARLAND & CO.,
$24 HUNTINGTON BLDQ.
FOR SALE-
Good business on W. Pico street. If
you want It look It up. -
R. S. SAUNDERS,
405 Chamber of Commerce.
Country. Property
AN OPPORTUNITY
THAT IS PASSING.
. - More of this land is being sold ev-
ery week and all of this 80,000-acre
tract of corn, wheat and alfalfa land
will soon be gone.
Any Investor or homeseeker who
has (800 or $10,000 and who fails t»
get 40 acres or a section of this lane,
at our present prices is making a
mistake. • » ' ■- '. ' - n
NEXT EXCURSION TUESDAY.
PRICE NOW $22.60 AN ACRE,
INCLUDING ONE $10 SHARE OF
WATER STOCK WITH EACH ACRE
SOLD.
WESTERN COLONIZATION AND
INVESTMENT CO..
811 Herman W. Hellman Bldg.,
! Cor. 4th and Spring. Lob Angeles.
FOR SAM?—
AVALNUTS, FRUIT, CORN, ALFALFA.
]2,f acres, no better land In
' California, as shown by walnuts,
fruit, "oru and other crops now
growing. Forty acres A-l walnut
land, worth at least $3(100 per acre}
has produced as high as 300 sacks
potntoes per acre Six acres grsneH
yield (1500 year. Twelve acres
i bearing Royal apricots and in fine
condition t good house and barn.
This would lie a snap at 91.1,000. but.
for extraordinary reasons, 910,000 will
take It If sold by the I.lth Inst.
• AV. A. VARCOE A CO.,
817 West Second Street.
FOR SALE-BY JAMES C. HANLEY:
$3000— Ranch of 100 acres, 7 miles west of
Perris. Riverside county, 3000 ft. eleva-
tion; 75 acres in cultivation, all level;
house, 8 rooms, cost $1800; windmill, tank
and tank house, fitted up for living
rooms; full set farming implements and
land fenced.* Small payment down, bal-
• ance easy terms at 6 per cent. Here's
a chanco for some one to make a splen-
• did buy. ■■ • • ■ ■ • • ■ ' ■ '
THE CONCORDIA INS. CO.,
THE SPRING GARDEN INS. CO..
Home 6838. James C. Hanley, 404 Fay .Bldg.
RIGHT NOW IS THE TIME TO GET
bargains, in , orange, groves.. Here's
one: Twenty-threo acres, mostly na-
vels and Valencias; ample water; lo-
cated botween Covina and Azusa;
;..twelvo-room house and fine barn, to-
gether worth $5000; beautiful
grounds. Price $18,000. l. M. PRATT,
608 Laughlin Building.
FOR SALE — AT ALTADENA, THE
foothill section of Pasadena:. .
$900 — Three acres vacant land.
$3500 — Ten acres In fancy table
■ grapes; lies beautifully; elegant view.
j(iso0 — Five acres, variety of fruits;
modern cottage; fine location.
I can offer you anything that is
for sale In Altadena. .
i L. M. PRATT, 608 Laughlin Bldg.
• ! INGLEWOOD POULTRY FARM.
;"■'■•' "''Lots'to Suit, "
■ $150 and up.
. ' Water piped to each lot; easy terms;
desirable location. Call for maps and
price lists.
THE REALTY TRUST CO..
129 South Broadway.
FOR SALE •— IN THE FOOTHILLS
near Glendora; forty acres; fifteen
acres In oranges and lemons; five
acre* other crops; balance mostly
hilly; small house and barn; view is
unsurpassed; fine place for raising
winter vegetables. Price $5000.
Might consider Los Angeles property.
1,. M. PRATT, 608 Laughlin Building.
A GREAT SNAP! ~~
Twenty-f ivo acres, I about twelve
miles from Los Angeles: eighteen
acres in full-bearing vineyard, bal-
ance apricots and prunes; good
twelve-Inch well. Price only $3500.
terms, for a few days.
COOPEn « CUDDBBAOK,
3 318 South Ilroadway, Room 23T«
FOR SALE-FIVE ACRES. RIOHT IN
midst of high priced subdivisions - on
Colgrove car line. Streets graded
around It; level, fine view; can pur-
chase cheap now before subdivision^
LOij ANGBLKS REALTY CO.,
■"• ' ■ ■— • • • , 414 Bryson Block.
FOR SALE — SNAP! BKAUTIFUL;
$2550, with terms if desired; large 5-room
cottage, strictly modern, on Maple near
3,'ith; east front; must be sold this
week; lot 40x150 to alley. LOS AN-
OKLES REALTY CO., 414 Bryson Bik.
Home phone 2840. .
FOR SALE-20 ACRES FINH ALFALFA
or- fruit land; - good buildings; plenty
watorj M mile to new Santa Ana eleo-
ttlo line. , Only $2500. . Terms. ■
BMITH & ASTON,
«C6 Lau«hUn Bid*.
■ UMMEn SCHOOL*
> 809 Snath Hill Street.
Now in progress, day and night. All
commercial branches. Call, write, phone.
Home 1850; Main 2308.
A^j^P" BUSINESS COLLf JE
rJBSMr TM-B-T W. S»vi-nth M.
f£^S3 flrnrtr Work Vnilrr «prrl(il
Tmrhrrs This smniiirr.
F. BROWNSnERGER, Pres.
BUSINESS rOLI.EOR IS A SAFB AND R8-
LIABLE BCTiOOL. Night ■ti.lonl. 1H W. Id.
1 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ~~—» '
AND GRAHAM SCHOOL Of SHORTHAND,
•Ml J OKANO AVt. . IOJ AMOtLEt, CAL.
l^^^t*^ Mi in ■!■,■■ fft K% T>
v BltlPirH'iHiia^fcUrWjf®' -^
( ) **
209 Laughlin Building
FOR SALE
Furniture
FURNITURE OF EIGHT-
ROOM HOUSE, • WITH OR
WITHOUT LEASE; ALL
NEW AND ELEGANT. A
SNAP. $300.
A. F. WEBSTER * CO.,
302 MASON BLDG.
TEL. HOME 5576, MAIN 4090.
SPECIAL NOTICE
■ 2 CARLOADS HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
Also the entire stock of furniture and
carpets has been moved down to 647
S. Spring, to be closed out at great
sacrifice, so if you are looking for fur-
niture bargains come to HOME FUR-
NITURE CO., 647 8. Spring.
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-GIGANTIC SALE OF
household goods. We will move. Two-
burner gas plates, $1.UO; ovens, $1.35;
chairs, 55c; rockers, $1.35; bedspreads,
85c; sheets, 50c; Iron beds, $2.25; white
combinets, - 75c; cuspidors, 15c; 6-foot
extension tables, $5.00; 52-plece dinner
sets, $4.60; set knives and forks, 75c;
$2.50 drop-leaf tables, 52.00; pillows, 60c;
blankets, 85c; dressers. $5.75 up. J. M.
OVERELL, 657-654 S. Main St.
FOR SALE-GOOD, NEW DOORS, $1.00
and up. Interior finish and mill work,
the best and cheapest. Get our prices,
at the National Lumber Company's big
plant, ■;■ ■ • - ■• ...
Twentieth and Alameda streets. '
NATIONAL LUMBER COMPANY.
BICYCLES— WE HAVE SNAPS, NEW
and second-hand. We are closing
out new ones nt $18 rnch (regular
935), and second-hand S3 up. Come
nnd see them. Now Is your chnncp.
344 AND 363 EAST FIRST STHEBT.
FOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables. Bar fixtures of
all kinds; easy payments. Send for cat-
alogue. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKB-
COLLENDER CO.. 620 8. Broadway,
Los Angeles. • . ■
DON'T~SPOIL YOUR HOME BY USING
pine rustic when we will sell you sappy
. clear at only $32.00 per thousand.
NATIONAL LUMBER COMPANY.
Twentieth and Alameda.
FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
■ J. A. MORLAN & CO.
FOR EXCHANGE—
■ 240 acres near Redlands; 20 acres In
oranges; four-room house and large
barn; other Improvements. Price $25.00
per acre. Will exchange for city prop-
erty. ,
16-acre orange grove at Riverside,
fronting on one of the principal streets).
Will exchange for city property. Owner
. very anxious to make deal and trade
can be made to good advantage. •
40 acres of land at Palmdale, will ex-
change for beach property. .
800 acres of good Wisconsin land; will
exchange for an orange grove.
240 acres, Elkhorn River Valley land,
Nebraska, to trade for California prop-
erty, i
- 2SO acres San Luis Oblspo land to trade
for city or beach property.
160-acre ranch In Colorado for South-
ern Calif oi nla land or beach property.
Omaha residence and business prop-
erty to exchange for city property.
160-acre farm In Nebraska, Buffalo
county, well Improved with two nice
houses etc.; will exchange for ranch or
city property here.
All of the above properties clear; will
aaaunio or pay cash difference.
J. A. MOItI.AN & CO.,
203 nnd 203 Kay > Building,
Third and Hill Streets,
FOR EXCHANGE — HOUSES FOR
ranches
$5500-Mortgage $2500— New, 8 rooms.
$4,>oo— Mortgage *?uOO— M) rooms, i
Will trade el I her or both these new,
modern homes for an improved ranch
clear of incumbrance or will accept
residence In Pomona or Riverside.
If you have ranch property especially
San Fernando valley, kindly write W.
N. HOLWAY, 211 Grant Bldg., Home,
1939; Main, 4570.
$100,000 MINE, INYO COUNTY, CAL..
fully equipped with boilers, englno, ore
cars,' water tanks, bunk houses, pre
bins, tracks, cables, assay ofllces; every-
thing necessary for taking out ore for
shipping: Is on railroad; ship ore to
Reno, Nev. Present owner is not a
miner, and wants a ranch or other prop-
perty. Bee repbrt here. McFATIUDQE
BROS., 819 South Spring street.
FOR EXCHANGE— BY BEN WHITH.
100 ranches, $600 to $160,000.
100 houses and lots, $1000 to $50,000
100 orange and lemon groves. $2000
to $J 00.000.
6000 miscellaneous properties. To
buy, sell or trade property go to
BEN WHITE, 80S Bryson Block, ta
and Spring streets* ■
maxon who Exchange youk
property, any location. Large list to
•elect from. MAXON RBALTY CO-
114-118 Ptimson Bldg.
BEN WHITW WILL BXCHANaH YOUR
property. 108 BitYSON BLOCK, Second
and Sprint sta. Member I* A. Realty
Board.
Everything you want you will find 'ln
the classified page — a modern encyclo-
nedla. One cent a. word. MhMML
BUILDING PERMITS
Hup»r!nten<iMit B»ckti» yesterday Issued
bulMlng permits as follows:
Avpnue 21. 221 North— Charles flrfwer,
owner; William Knlekrehm, huiM*r;
move and alter one-story frame building;
1200.
Avenue M, 219 Wr«t— Busan If. R*<»v»»,
owner; D. M. Mrttler and C. H. Ulrlch,
minder*; one-story, six-room frame resi
dence; (1975.
Avenue 63, 523 Wr>«t-T. N. Moor*, at lot,
owner: P. Cook, builder; one-story, flve
rcom frame residence; $1(113.
Avenue 69, 224 West— D. D. Hall, 843
Avenue «1, owner; William Lilly, builder;
one-story frnme residence; $800.
Hurt* street, 243— J. W. Walters, ftt lot,
owner and builder; two-story framo barn;
$250.
Brooklyn avenue, 1411— O. Morgan, own
er; William Knlckrehm, builder; move
and alter one-story frame building; $*ofl.
Doblnain street, 715 South— W. D. Arm*
strong, at lot, owner and builder; Addi
tion to one-story fromp. residence; $100.
Fifth Ktreet, IROS Wt«t- W. T. Hlsks,
ownrr; William Knlckrehm, builder; raise
house on" story; $200.
Forty-ninth street, J37S East— B. W.
Oothflrd, nt lot, owner; C. W. Dalley,
builder; alteration to frame residence;
J-110.
Forty-fifth street, 137 West-Mr, and
Mrs. Rlttrr, 219 West Forty-flfth street,
owners; R. L. Pennlngs. builder; ono
slory. six-room frnme residence; $1960.
Fortv-tlfth street. 141 j West-Mr, find
Mrs. Rltter, 219 West Forty-flfth street,
owners; R. L. Jennings, builder; two
story, nine-room framo residence; $2800.
Fedora street, 1116— D. F. Reese, at lot,
owner and builder: addition to one-story
frnme residence; $30.
Fifty-first street. 1261 East— J. J. Boone.
1201 East Fifty-first street, owner and
builder: seven-room frame residence and
barn; $1100.
Fiftieth 732 East-R. C. Thompson, 732
East Fiftieth, owner: C. Thompson, build
er; six-room frame residence; $1000. •
Forty-second. 334 West— W. R. Leeds,
822 Trust building, owner; A. O. Johnson,
builder; six-room framo residence: $1900.
F, 2208— M. J. Dougherty, 919 Denver,
owner: J. L. Hevlngton. builder; four
room frame residence; $2500.
' Harvard boulevard, 2350— P001e nnd
Jones, 218 West Third, owners and build
ers; one-story six-room frame residence;
S2IOO. •
Harvard Boulevard, 2958— P001e and
Jones, 218 West Third, owners and build
ers; two-story six-room frame residence,
$2450.
Harvard boulevard, 2953— P001e and
Jones, 218 West Third, owners and build
ers; one-story six-room frame residence;
$2200.
Harvard boulevard, 2708— Poole and
Jones, 218 West Third, owners and build
ers: one-story, six-room frame residence;
$1950.
Harvard boulevard, 2712— P001e and
Jones, 218 West Third, owners and build
ers; one-story six-room frame residence;
$2400.
Harvard boulevard. 2957— P001e and
Jones, 218 West Third, owners and build
ers; two-story seven-room frame resi
dence; $2750.
Harvard boulevard, 2702— Poole and
Jones, 218 West Third, owners and build
ers: one-story five-room frame residence;
$2500.
Harvard boulevard, 2716— P001s and
Jones, 218 West Third, owner* and build
ers; one-story five-room frame residence;
$1950.
' Harvard boulevard, 2722*-Poole and
Jones, 218 West Third, owners and build
ers; one-story flv,e-room frame residence;
$2050.
Harvard boulevard, 2726— P001e and
Jones, 218 West Third, owners and build
ers; two-story seven-room frame resi
dence; $2750.
Ivy street, 1214 J. Augustine, 1200 Ivy,
owner and builder; one-story frame resi
dence; $100.
Kern, 139 North— Willie Etta Osborne, 315
North Broadway, owner; Bankon and Kl
der, builders; six-room frame residence;
$1600.
Los Angeles street, 1927 South— California
Planing Mill, 1927 South Los Angeles, own
er and builder; shed; $50.
Main street. 2531 South— C. S. Prior, 2829
South Main street, owner; O. O. Shloeck
ettl, builder; two-story frame apartment
building; $2500.
Main street, 351 North— F. T. Kimpan, at
lot. owner; alterations to office building;
$1000.
Maines street, 1537— A. O. Knuck, 1334
West Forty-first street, owner and build
er: one-story, six-room frame residence;
$1750.. •■ • -■■,■-■■■-.■
Macy street, 313— Josephine Payllano, at
lot, owner; P. E. Pazzo and sons, build
ers; addition to one-story frame resi
dence; $260.
Ninth street, 1914 East— A. B. Fox, 1414
East Ninth, owner and builder; addition
to store: $150.
Oxford street, 1728— Mrs. L. K. Long, 1614
Cherry, owner; F. A. Stever, builder; two
story, seven-room frame residence; $3000.
Olive street, 214 West— F. Calley, 214
North Olive, owner and builder; altera
tions to one-story frame residence: $100.
Piedmont avenue, EB27— H. H, Hall. 813
Avenue Sixty-one, owner; William Lilly,
builder; one-story, five-room frame resi
dence; $7000.
Reid street. 1723— E11a M. Willard, Battle
Creek, owner; D. W. Aaron, builder: two
story, seven-room frame residence; $1000.
Reid street, 172i-Ela M. Willard, Battle
Creek, owner; D. W. Aaron, builder: two
story, seven-room frame reßidenco; $1000.
Reid street, 1726— E11a M. Willard, Bat
tle Creek, owner; D. W. Aaron, builder;
two-story seven-room frame residence;
Reid street, 1739-Ella M. Willard. Bat
tle Creek, owner; D. W. Aaron, builder;
two-story seven-room frame residence;
Solano street, 419— Mrs. O. Houghawood,
owner; Charles Stewart, builder; one
story five-room frame residence; $1500. _
Twenty-first street, 1915 West-E. J.
Honlg, 136 East Twenty-ninth street,
owner and builder: one-story six-room
frame residence; $2000.
Tularoso street, between Bellevue and
Old Tcmplo Road— Mrs. J. A. Stocks, at
lot, owner and builder; one-story frame
Thirty-eighth street, 3805 West— B." S.
Wood, Orange, Cal./ owner; J. A. Winget.
builder; two-story twelve-room frame flat
building; $5100. „ " „„
Twenty-fourth street, 1628 West— Mnx
Myberg, at lot; H. Hasse, builder; addi
tion to two-story frame residence; $500.
Thirty-second, 1486— Nellie McCarterty,
939 East First, owner: •O. W. Harris,
builder; three-room frame residence; $200.
Twenty-ninth, 1474 West— Fred W. Fur
beck, 1446 West Twenty-ninth, owner and
builder; • seven-room frame residence;
$2500.
Vermont avenue, 1722— E11a M. Willard.
Battle Creek, Mich., owner; D. W. Aaron,
builder; two-story, seven-room frame
residence: $1000.
Vermont avenue, 1724— E11a M. Willard,
Battle Creek, owner; D. W. Aaron,
builder; two-story seven-room frame resl-
Val ' Verde street, 953— 0. McCoach, 950
Val Verde, owner and builder; one-story
frame residence! $850.
Winter, 3131— Osmond Bogne, 3131 Win
ter, owner and builder; two-room frame
residence; $75.
The will of an Austrian detective
provided an unusual way for dividing
property among his six children. His
estate, about $35,000, consisted mostly
of realty. He ordered that six en
velopes Bhould be placed in a box,
each child to draw one and have the
portion of the property described on
the naner Inside the envelope.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE3 SUPERIOR COUUT OF THE
State of California, in and for the
County of Los Angeles, Samuel A. Hen-
ley, plaintiff, vs. Jennie B. Henley, de-
fendant.
Acstion brought in the Superior Court
of the State of California, in and for the
County of Los Angeles, and the com-
plaint filed In said County of Los An-
feles, in the oftlce of the clerk of said
uperlor Court.
The people of the State of California
send greeting to Jennie B. Henley, de-
fendant.
You are hereby directed to appear and
answer the complaint in an action en-
titled as above, brought against you In
the Superior Court of the County of Los
Angeles, Btate of California, within ten
days after the service on you of this
summons— lf served within this county:
or within thirty days If served elsewhere.
And you are hereby notified that unless
you appear and answer as above re-
quired, tha said plaintiff will take judg-
ment for any money or damages de-
manded In the complaint, as arising upon
contract, or he will apply to the court
for any other relief demanded In the
complaint.
(Siven under my hand and the seal of
the Superior Court of the County of Los
Angeles, Btate of California, this 2d
day of August, A. D. 1905.
' (Seal Superior Court)
C. O. KBYES. Clerk.
By D. 8. Burson, Jr.,
Deputy Clerk.
J -10-17-21 31. 7-H-21-2S
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PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Notice of Public Work
Public notice is hereby given that at
its meeting held on Monday, the 17th
dny of July, A. D. 1905, tho City Council
of the City of Los Angeles adopted an
Ordinance, designated as Ordinance. No.
11,325 (New Series), declaring Its inten-
tion to order the following Improve-
ment to be made, to wit:
Section 1. That It is the Intention of
the City Council of the City of Los An-
geles to clobb up, vacate and abandon,
for alley purposes, a certain
ALLEY,
being a public alley of the City of Lob
Angeles, in the Victor Heights
tract, as per map recorded In Book
12, page 40, Miscellaneous Records of Los
Angeles County, described as follows, to
wit: .'
All that certain strip of land conveyed
to the City of Los Angeles for alley pur-
poses by deed dated April 24. 1888, and
recorded In Book 625 of Deeds, at page
139, Records of Los Angeles County, and
more particularly described as follows,
to wit:
Beginning at a point in the southeaster-
ly line of lot 14 of the Victor Heights
Tract, as per map recorded in Book 12,
at page 40, Miscellaneous Records of Los
Angeles County; distant 2 feet southwes-
terly from the most easterly corner of
said lot 14; thence northwesterly and par-
allel with the northeasterly line of said
lot . 14 and the northeasterly line of lots
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21. 22 and 23, said
tract, to a point in the northwesterly
line of said lot 23, distant 2 feet south-
westerly from the most northerly corner
of said lot 23; thence southwesterly along
the northwesterly line of lot £3, a distance
of 18 feet to a point; thence southeasterly
and parallel with the northeasterly line
of said lots 23. 22. 21, 20, 19 18, 17. 16, 15
and 14, to a point in satd southeasterly
line of said lot 14; thence northeasterly
ln a direct line 18 feet to the point of be-
ginning. ■
See 2. That the exterior boundaries
of the district of land to be affected by
said work or Improvement are hereby spe-
ctfled and declared to be as follows, to
wit: .
Beginning at the most easterly corner
of lot 14 of the Victor Heights Tract, as
hereinbefore mentioned; thence north-
westerly in a direct line to the most
northerly corner of lot 23, said tract;
thence southwesterly In a direct Una to
the most westerly corner of said lot 23;
thence southeasterly. ln a direct line to
the most southerly corner of said lot 14;
thence northeasterly in a. direct line to
the point of beginning, in said city, <
Reference Is hereby made to said Or-
dinance, on file In the office of the City
Clerk of said city, for further particu-
lars.
JAMKS HANLHY,
Street Superintendent of the City of
Los Angeles.
8-T-U lOt , .
' Everything you want you will find In
the clarified page. One vent > word.
9
PUBLIC A OVERT 181 NO
l*A4fre of *tr»»t Work
Public notice is hereby given that on
Mondny. the 17th day of July. A. t>. l»n».
the Council of the City of Lo» An<rel*>*
did, at Its meeting on said day, adopt
sn Ordinance of Intention. No.
U,80« (New Series), to have the follow-
ing work done, to wit:
Ist. That
PACIFIC AVENUE,
In said city, from the south line of T\en
street to the south line of Sixteenth street
produced, including nil intersections of
street* (excepting such portions of ««ld .
street And Intersections as are required
by law to be kept In order or repslr by
any person or company having railroad
tracks thereon, ana also excepting such
portions as have already been graded and
graveled and accepted), be graded and
graveled to thu official grade In accord-
ance with tha plnns and profile on file -
In tha office of the Clt/ Knglneer and , I
specifications for the construction of ,
f raveled Rtreets, Class A. In the City of I
•on AngAles, on file In the office of th*
City Clerk of said city, said specifica-
tions being No. 20 (New Series).
2d. That a cement curb *~i constructed
along each line of the roadwny of said
Pacific avenue from the south Una of
Pico street to the south line of Sixteenth
street produced (excepting - along ' mich
portions of the line of said roadway upon
which a cement or granite curb has al-
ready been constructed to the official line
and grade) In accordance with specifica-
tions for constructing cement curbs, on
file In the office of the City Clerk, said
specifications belne No. 22 (New Series).'.
S«c. 2. The Council of said • city
finds upon estimate of the City Engineer .
that the total cost of said improvement '
will be greater thnn fifty cents per front '
foot along each line of said street. In- j
eluding the cost of Intersections, and •
It is determined. In' pursuance' of v
an Act of the Legislature of the Btate of
California, approved February 27th, IW3, •
as amended by an Act of the Legislature
amending said last named act, • which ,■ .
amending act became a law March 2d.-'
1899, that lionds shall be Issued to r'epre- .
sent the co«t of satd Improvement' Silit '
bonds shall be serial, extending over ■ n, .
period of ten years, an even proportion
of the principal sum of which shall be
nayablo annually, on tho second day of „
January of each year by coupon, after \
their date until the whole are paid, and'-
to bear interest at the rate of seven (7> ;,-
per cent per annum, payable seml-annu- I
ally on the second days of January and
July of each and every year. „'■■■" i .,
Reference is hereby made to-.'eaid*'
Ordinance of Intention for further par- i
ttculars.
JAMES HANLEY.
8-7-12 8t Street Superintendent. ..
Notice of Strert Work
Public notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 17th day of July, A. D. 1905, .
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
did, at Its meeting on said day, adopt
an Ordinance of Intention, numbered
11,310 (New Series), to have the follow-
ing work done, to wit: • .
Ist. That
ECHO STREET
in said city, from the east line of Pasa-
dena avenue to the west line of Avenue ■
Fifty-two, including all intersections : of &
streets (excepting such portions of said I
street and intersections as are required.,
by law to be kept In order or repair by:,'
any person . or company having railroad
tracks thereon, and also excepting suclvi.
portions as have already been graded and ■
graveled and accepted), be ■ graded ■ and /
graveled to the ofllcial grade in -accord-'
ance with the plans and -profile on nle' K '
in the office of the City Engineer ■ and •
specifications for the construction of
graveled streets. Class A. in the City b|l
Los Angeles, on file in the office of tha i
City Clerk of said city, said specifications
being No. 26 (New Series). ■
2d. That a cement curb be constructed
along each line of the roadway, of said
Echo street, from the. east line of Pasa-
dena avenuo to the west line of Avenue ' ;
Fifty-two (excepting along such portions;,
of the line of said roadway upon which «■
cement or granite curb has already been , I
constructed to the official line and grade).
In accordance with specifications for con« ■
structing cement curbs, on tile in • the '-.-
office of the City Clerk, said specifications I
being No. 22 (New Series). •
3d. - That a cement sidewalk five (5) feet 1
In width be constructed along the south] ■
side of said Echo street, I from the i east
Una of Pasadena avenue to the west line
of Avenue Fifty-two, and along the north ; •
Bide of Echo street from the East line of I
Avenue Fifty to the west lino of. Avenue'
Fifty-two ■ ■ (excepting such portions -of .>
said street between said points » along * ■
which a cement or asphalt sidewalk five
(5) feet in width has been constructed to I
the official line and grade),' said sidewalk
to be constructed in accordance with speci- 1
flcationa for constructing cement side-
walks on file In the.ofllce of the City'.;.
Clerk of said city, said, specifications '
being No. 23 (New Series).
4th. That a cobble-paved gutter be con- 1
structed along each line of the roadway
of said Echo street, from the east line of '■':■'
Pasadena avenue to the west line, of
Avenue Fifty-two; and along each side.-;
of Echo street across Avenue Fifty, • the V.
center . line of the gutter to be ■ the ...
north and south curb lines, respective-*"
ly. of Echo street (excepting ■ along
such portions of the line of said road-. ...
way along which a cement or granite, I
gutter has already been constructed to' .
the official line and grade, and also ex-;
cepting such portions of said ■ street "...
and intersections as are required by
law to be kept in order or repair by I
any person or company having railroad
tracks thereon). <
Said gutters shall be three and one-
half (2*6) feet In width, excepting at .'
intersections of . streets, where said ',
gutters shall be seven (7) feet in
width; and said gutters -shall be con-'.
structed in accordance . with ■ the plans'
and profile therefor on file-in the of-
fice of the City Engineer, and in ac- -
cordance with specifications for the
construction of cobble-paved gutters on I
file In the office of the City Clerk, said ■
specifications being No. 7 (New Series). *
Sec. 2. The Council of , said city . .
finds upon estimate of the City En- •
glnecr, that the total cost of said Im-
provement will be greater . than fifty ,
cents per front foot along each line of
said street, including the cost of Inter- :
sections, and It is determined, In
pursuance of an Act of the « Legisla-
ture of the State of California, .ap-.
proved February 27th, 1893, as amend-
ed by an Act of the Legislature amend-
ing said last named Act, which amend- .
Ing Act became a law March 2d. 1899. •
that bonds shall be issued to represent -
the cost of said improvement- Bald ,
bonds shall be serial, extending over a I
period of ten years, an even proportion
of the principal sum of which shall be .
payable annually, on the second day of
January of each year, by coupon,' after I
their date until the whole are paid, and
to bear interest at the rate of.veven
(7) per cent per annum, payable semi<
annually on the second days of.Jn.nu- .
ary and July of each and every yeav. > I
Reference Is hereby made to Bald-..
Ordinanco of Intention for further par- ■
ticulars.
JAMES HANLEY, :
8-7-12 6t Street Superintendent. ,
Notice Inviting Proposals to Furnish
the City of I,os Angeles With Drugs
Notice is hereby given that Bealed pro-
posals will be received by the City Clerk
of the City of Los Angeles up to 11
o'clock Monday, August 2Sth, 1905, to fur- ■
nlsh drugs to the City of Los Angeles, for I
the use of the several departments of the
city government, for the period of one
year from date of contract. .
Bidders must use in bidding ths sched-
ule and bidding blank on tile in the of Ace '
of the City Clerk, : copies of which may -
be obtained upon application.
A certified check, payable to the order '
of H. J. Lelande, . City Clerk, .in the ,
amount of 1100.00 must accompany each
proposal as a guarantee that the bidder
will enter Into a contract with the city '
in conformity with his bid.
Council reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
By order of the Council of the City of
Los Angeles. ■■•„'
H. J. LELANDE, •
8-7-H lOt ,City Clerk. !
Notice of Street Work
Public notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, the 17th day of July. A. D, 1905,
the Council of the City of Los Angeles I
did, at its .meeting on said day, adopt
an Ordinance of Intention, No. i
11.315 (New Berles), to have the follow- -J
Ing work done, to wit: • '. ... . „.■•■#
Ist That a cement curb be constructed
along each line of tho roadway of; . ■ , '
TWENTY-FHIBT STREET ,
from the west . line of < Main . street to
the east line of Grand avenue , (ex- .
ceptlng along such .. portions - of ths
line of satd roadway upon which. % ce-
nu'iit or granite . curb has already . been ■
constructed to the omclal line and grade),
in accordance with vpeclncatlous for oon-
structlng cement curb*,' on tile In the
office of the City Clerk, said specification* ,
being No. 22 (New Series).
Reference Is hereby " made to said
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars. -•■,-.«
(,; - "JAMKS HANLKY, '
'.■ I-7-1Z «t ' ."■ Btieet Superintendent.

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