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THE WEATHER
LOS ANCISLKS, Dec. n0.1907.
'Ttme,| Bar._jfh.-r |Hum|windJVelJWeather
C•» m.)~29.»7 I*| 71 INW 4 "|Pt Cly
fp. m.j 30.01 | r,4 | 88 fNW | 2 | Cldy.
Maximum temperature 58.
Minimum temperature 4:'.
Weather Conditions
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Tire .10.— An extensive
depression overlies the Pacific slope and rain
has fallen froir the Tehachapt northward.
Snow Is falling In the Sierras and conditions
are favorable for more snow. Southerly
winds have prevailed over most of the state
(•nd velocities exceeding forty miles have
lieen reported firm several places. Light
thunder storms haye occurred at San Fran
from Olemn. Conditions favor showery
wtather Tuesday with winds changing to
southwest,
Forecast
For Los Angeles and vicinity— Cloudy Tues
day with showers, fresh Bouthwest winds.
For San Francisco and vicinity-Cloudy
Tuesday, with occasional showers; fresh
txuthwest winds.
F, r Santa Clam valley-Cloudy Tue ; d..y
with showers; flesh southwest winds.
For Sacramento valley-Showers Tuesday;
trisk north wlndn.
For San Joaquln valley-Showers Tuesday;
freth south winds.
i'j< MARRIAGE LICENSES
C RISSMAN-MITCHELL—Marion— Marion F. 'Crlssman,
~t 31, native of Ohio, and Mary Mitchell, IS. na-
2 tive of England; residents of Los Angeles.
HINCKLEY-PARKER-Geor-re S. Hlnckley, 28,
i native iof i California and : resident '. of , Red-
lands, and Edith B. Parker, 27. native of
■Massachusetts and resident of Pasadena.
SCHWARTZ-WEISBERGER— Henry Schwartz,
<S 28,"} native of Roumanta and resident of San
rCT Kr>wn,,, d Pauline Weisberger, 19, native of
; '-!7; '-!7 Hungary and resident of Los Angeles. :
tS: ELLIS-CHASE— W. Ellis, 21, native of
■£j-.■*■j -.■*■ lowa," and Hattle A. Chase, 18. native of Illi-
Sy-B nois: : residents of Los Angeles. ';
i%WHALEY-BERG— E. Whaley, 25, native
KMS of : Michigan, • ami llth Berg, 20, native of
.«si Kansas;- both residents of Los Angeles. '.-
3 j VANBUSKIRK-SHIELDS— George Vanbusklrk,
i.jtifei3S,"i native of California and resident of Lan-
caster, and > Nellie? Shields, ' 31. native of
2 * Maine and ' resident of Los Angeles.
'Hf. LECK-BROWN— William F. Leek, 31, native
*.*?£ of Germany, ' and ■ lola G. Brown, 27, ': native
! 3&( or Missouri; residents of Los Angeles. ; - , •
m MEYER-GLAZER— Herman ' Meyer, 33, native
of Roumanla, and Lena Glazer, 23, native of
Russia; residents of Los Angeles. ! -'■'■■■
m MAREK-KUCH— George 'A. -. Marek, 26, ; native
S«3gof.< Hungary, and Anna E. Kuch, 20, native
fts® of Hungary; residents of Los Angeles. ',- :■::
HENRY-TETER— O. Hcrry. 25. native
of Kansas, and Emadele Teter, 19, native of
'Arkansas: residents of Los Angeles. '"' •"
«r\ WES ICOTT-NASH— Herbert E. •-■ Westcott, . 28,
«S| native of Wisconsin, resident of San Bernar-
s M dino, and : Pea. 1 i Nash, ' 17, < native lof Wash-
ington, resident of Los Angeles. .
5 3 HOWARD-NICHOLS— Thomas ■ Howard. 42,
Sr^ native i of » England,', and M. 'S. t Nichols, - 42,
f i?fe native 'of ■ Pennsylvania; , residents of Los
Los Angeles.
■ki STEINBERG-CRAIG-Shlrley ; Steinberg. „ 34.
! *j§js natlTe .of 1 Canada,' and Linda Craig, ' 27, - na-
h/ifk tive ■of •' Canada, residents of • Los Angeles.
7 & ROBERTS-CHUTRICUT— L. Roberts,
|.S< 2l>. '» native lof i Arizona; ! resident , of Sacaton.
arid Julia C. Chutrlcut, 26, native of Califor-
EQfS nia, resident' of Pala.-.- r t " » •
Sa GRAHAM-SMlTE— James M., Graham, 59. na-
Si3 tive iof | Indiana, f and Margaret A. Smith, 47,
native of lowa, lesldents of WhlUier. .-.
TTELLS-RENKEN-Edward Wells, 19, ; native
SpS of ! 0hi0.",! and . Mntlldo T. Renken. , 19, native
"feof i Colorado; > reelaentsi of .Los Angeles. : . '
aS'.' HOMAS-SEAVER— Roy T. ." Thomas, : 26, na-
tive of Wisconsin, resident of Phoenix, . ami
gHGoergia' G.'.Seaver, X .native of lowa, resl-
dent of Tfimond
s IAGILL-MYERS- -Roy :D. Magill. 23, native
of Texas, and Daisy ■: Myers. 19, native ,of
GSaWestS Virginia;: residents of Rivera. -. ■■
*!I<ECKHAM- PETERSON— WiIIiam ;■ H. Beck-
Si'^ man. 32. ? native of Ohio, > ■ and < Helena P.
Peterson. £2 ■ native 'of . Ohio; residents of
I.O* Angles.
1 ■KcK-MASTlvßf.— William P. > Beck. 27, ■ na-
Vsg ti ye •of 5 Missouri.': and Sarah :F. ■ Masters, 25,
, ;j15!.-r native 'i nt ' Englr.rd; ■ residents of * Los ■ An*
■ties.
.'■'■•BIIHROWS-DAVIDSON— Jameß H. Burrows.
j*i» .10, native •of I U'.lnois. ; and Melvln Davidson,
1 9, native of Tennessee; residents of Los An-
1-MMLETON-DISBROW— John S. Embleton.
J t-?!» (.1. native of ' England, and ■ Lucella E. Dls-
' >y-i brow, ': i:i, native ,of , Kansas; residents :of
Paoadena.
• .■n.N.NICH-81-OCKER-Jesse E. Mlnnlch. .42.
.^t« native of 1 Ohio t and Clara E. , Blocker. -. 31
native of Ohio.' residents of Los Angeles. '
JStsrRADLIN-HirsrNG-Bernard -E., Spradlln,
'%« H. native : of .' Kansas, -■ and .,- Mary Elenora
s >j?'«Hurfnng.Ti9,! native of Colorado; residents of
ifi&Loisi Angeles. >■.■•' -v .■'■•-;"■-:"■ .- • '.
McFADDEN-VOCDS-Albert 7 McFaiMen, 25.
*jSa' native of lows-. t and Minnie F. Woods; 22, na-
k§* t<ve : of r lows ; , residents of Los Angeles. .
I mines-McCTjAlN— Charles <C. • Barnes. 26.
nutlT- of Inniann, and Jessie Belle McClaln,
r "^ :'3, native ' of Indiana: -residents of Los An-
tales.
; - HOLBROOK-SMITH-Harry •H. HolbrooU, : 26.
*ifl native: of Vermont, and Clara R. 1 - Smith, ; 21,
native nf .Vermont: -residents of Hemet.
M URRAY-SMlTH—W illiam ;C. Murray, ' 23,
r ib'i native sof j Kansas,-, and j Ruth 11. Smith, 19.
;, - Vj native of Calif ;mla;; residents -of Los An-
i:-l' B. .
BIRTHS
BOYS
l ;> *.;-,.. To Otto and B«rtlia Ruddeck (nee
B M Bcheffler), 1 1075 East : Thirty-sixth , street. .
it" PETERSON— To ''. Richard Walter and IrjJie
■;'fiy Peterson (nee Miller), 1114 Maple avenue.
\ . : . GIRLS
ARNOLD— To William . Ralph and Kathleen
v^'j May Arnold (nee Franklin), 745 South Union
I - GRIFFITH— To Robert Blake and Helen Marie
GRIFFITH- To Robert Blake and Helen Marie
W » Griffith (nee Tobln), "312 West Thirty-first. .
HENDRICKS— To Dr. ' Peter and Ellle Orena
; H.n.lricks (nee Means), 605 Sherman avenue.
V : MARSHALL— To Alonzo 'and ; Helen Marshall
gStSinte Canada), 801 East Fourth street. . ',-,.'. ■"
W.MAXWELL— David H. and Clara Maxwell
in.. Dunleavy), 2826 Glassell street.
{A SANDERS— Hlnman j and Ethel L. Sanders
J(-}K I nee Manter), 1644 1 East Twenty-ninth street.
.') STANLEY— To Charles C. and Gertrude Wag-
f'.jSnerS Stanley. California hospital: residence
?■£$ Ooldflcld, . Nev. ; ;■• ■■'. ;,.■:•...
S I ÜBM— To John Edward and Ida May Sturm
(nee Peterson), 614 Ruth avenue.
FUNERAL 1L 1 NOTICES ,
Hi:iM -Died, at her late residence,' 1320 Carroll
Jinw avenue,"- in her 3Sth year, December 28, • 1907.
'Maud Helm, beloved wife of Ferdinand Helm,
.^.J-j mother of Anna and Bartlett Helm, daughter
SfiS of ! Mrs. Mary J. I and . tho late ' B. : F." Cooko,
sister of Mis. W. H. Young, Mrs. M. G. Gon-
':V»; zalez, Mrs. J. J. A braham. Mrs. " R. 'P. Has-
k l ns, Miss Catharine Cooke and John Cooke.
Funeral ■ from her late residence at 10 a. m.
fhurii ' Wednesday. . January 11, '; thence Ito the
j'&i Church of Our Lady of Loretto; corner Union
<xy avenue J. and ; Court . street, * where ■ a ' solemn
■*J high requiem mass will be celebrated for the
jjjyij repose of her soul. ; - Interment Calvary ceme-
tery. Friends invited to attend. • '
ORR & EDWARDS COMPANY
;, ( 'i Successors .to '; Orr A nines '. Co. Funeral di-
rectors. , • ""•■■; ,:■—'■ ■ :■•■'-■ . .■•• '. .;':
'..'o't&rji'.i Corner Tenth nnd Flower Sta.
„ .:: Main' 65; Home F4671. - Lady assistant
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
i onuell . Company ( Funeral ' Director* ;
No. 1051 Sjutb Grand avenue. Tel. Main 1466;
JiJ FB4E6. -. Mrs. i Connell : In . charge of . women and
*», ' children. \'s- '■--'■'■ lr '' :;'.:■.?.".'.": ;' .:■.?.".'." p T* - - - ; •• '-
■'.-'. ■ DEXTER SAMSON CO.,
:■' Undertakers, )\32 3. Flower. Home F4689; Sun-
. set 7555. Lady assistant. Private ambulance.
v BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
g SPECIAL B BARGAIN j OFFERED • IN ', HIGH
>M% class ' office business. $450; . also sell , half In-
\%?l'. terest ) for $750 and references ' In real estate
188 and ' renting,! general brokerage and I fire I in-
Wm nurarice | business : Others, : $17,600. $1150, > $42,-
fK$ (00; I also ■ half r. variety, \ cigar | and : can goods
„ 'st ore $500: .also' sell half, grocery and cigar
S store. % $2300: > half fl theater, J suburban i city,
7v, $600; ' many . hotels, lunch ' rooms, . restaurants,
f@i( often ft? business, ; ■■■■.-, manufacturing, ' * rooming
houses and all kinds stores. T ' . -.
A;j: See i PHOENIX, 802 , Grant t building. ;.j,' . .- \\'; :
S , T.'ANTED-PARINER.'' RACING - SYSTEM,
% .*"»:00," »:00, sure winner, ST.. ELMO HOTEL. -7 to
. p. m. WICKET.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
i. i:\nv & SON,
LEADING AGENTS.
Rooms 314-310 Severance building, Sixth and
Main streets.
I.UAIIV .V MIX
ARE THE
LEADING BUBIMKMS CHANCE AGENTS.
haki:uii:s and ih-.i.k \ i i:m:%>
A snap, a bakery on West Pico street! do-
Ing a line buslm-mi; all cash trade; but for
certain reasons which are not necessary lo
state this place must be sold at oner. Large
brick ovi-n, holds 400 loaves of bread; good
tlxtures and several years' lease; price $ iuJ.
Bakery, delicatessen and grocery, doing a
most profitable ca*h over the counter busi-
ness; two living rooms; rent $W; excellent
down town location, price $UW. Come and see
It and you will buy.
$760, very centrally located delicatessen and
bakery; receipts are $30 to $40 a day; has
other Interests to look after Is reason for
selling.
List your business with LEAHY & SON
for a quick sale.
hardware:, plumbing * tinning
$4000 or Invoice, a good place in a subur-
ban town clearing about $30u per month, with
■rar.U rent anil a long lease, with horse and
wagon.
$1800— Hardware, paints and oils, in a good
money making location, where there la very
little competition in that line. This place has
been thoroughly investigated by us and Is a
good Ugltlmatu proposition.
10 AT MARKET
$400 for an all cash and counter trade meat
market In a good location and very cheap
rent. See us at once.
$900— Cash meat market, doing a business
of $26 a day over the counter. See us at
once.
;i«m-Thhs Is a meat market with a large
trade, well established, well equipped mid
worth investigating.
NOTICE-LIST YOUR BUSINESS WITH
LEAHY & SON. THE SUCCESSFUL BUSI-
NESS CHANCE AGENTS.
CONFECTIONERY STORE
A One confectionery and cigar stor« ir. a
good location. Receipts average about $76
per week. Has good lease. Stock, fixtures,
all Included with business. $476.
We have several large propositions listed
on our books in tho way of large confection-
ery Rnd candy stores. Come around and we
will submit what we have.
We handle business chances; what for?
To sell. Why do we sell them? Because we
only handle legitimate propositions. LKAHY
& SON.
CI«SAR STANDS
Cigar stand on Main street; large wall
case, small case in front for cigarette to-
baccos, papera and cigarettes; plenty of room
and a fairly sood stock. If sold at once will
take $175 ca s h. See LEAHY & SON. No. 1
If you hay. $375 and Investigate this place
you will buy It. Why? Because it is a bar-
gain.
$650— Cigar stand on South Broadway. .
$2500— Cigar stand doing a business of from
$41 to $60 a day. This place will stand a
thorough Investigation. If you are a pros-
pectl' buyer now Is tho time, before the
price goes higher. If your money ife tied up
In the banks we can make arrangements
with the seller. LEAHY & SON. No. 10
A COMBINATION MONEY MAKER
In a cigar stand, barber shop, bath rooms
and bootblack stand; moat iultab!e location
in Southern California; any on» can run it;
advantage If you are a barber; price $1250;
or $500 and assume Indebtedness. LEAHY &
SON.
GROCERIES
$560— Strictly cash groceiy and delicatessen
on South Main street; all counter trade. This
place has a specialty on which there Is 75
per cent proiit; 2 living rooms; Just the
place for a man and his wife.
Grocery ant ; provision store, located in
suburban town; sales average $100 a day;
sell goodi ir. large quantities to mining
camps and orange packers. Has been es-
tablished lon- time. This is a bargain of a
lifetime to step into an established business
with no bonu; to pay. Price f4OOO.
$1700— Ca»h grocery; average $40 a day;
corner, downtown district.
RESTAURANTS
A fine restaurant and cafe, well equipped
with stools, tables, plenty silverware and
linen; close to Los Angeles; best town in thu
south to niakj money; takes in $90 a day;
good lease an cheap rent. Price $1200.
Hlgh-cla«s cafe and grill, seating 150; only
licensed place of Its character In a city of
30,000; lone lease, swell fixtures; halt cash.
$1000— Restaurant and lunch counter. Have
you noticed a horseshoe lunch counter seat-
ing 75 people? Every seat filled.
Come up to our office and see our large Hat
of bargains In the restaurant line.
FURNITURE STORE
For sale— ln the. best town In Southern
California, close to Los Angeles, a fine fur-
niture store, located In the best part of
town; stock on hand will invoice $5600; out-
standing accounts on the installment plan
(4600; good lease and low rent; big money
for purchaser.
We have another large proposition In a
furniture store near Los Angeles; profits
are large. See LEAHY & SUN.
FEED AND FUEL
(600 will put you Into the feed and fuel
business tkat has a well established trade;
rent $20 a month, with 2 years' lease; 15
stalls In yard; rent all but two. We hay*
plenty of snaps on our books just like this.
No trouble to give you Information if you
are thinking of starting in business.
We have several good paying feed and fuel
stores, ranging In price from $500 lo $6000.
Pay us a visit. "It's free."
LIVERY STABLES
Boarding and livery stable In southwest;
79 stalls aud 40 boarders; 15 horses, carriages,
runabouts, cabs, In fact, everything neces-
sary to curr, on livery business; clears
about $600 month; owner sick and will sell
tor $8000.
We make a specialty of business opportuni-
ties. See us for a good buy.
HATTING AND DYEING
Hatting, dyeing and cleaning, $300; located
In bust town around Los Angeles; receipts
average $180 per month; best bargain on our
books.
STOCKS
Wa have sixty shares of valuable stock In
a. fine little plant that's exceedingly well
managed; It paid over 30 per cent on the
price asked fo the stock last year, and
will earn larger dividend this year; will
tequlre $1TOO: cal! and get details.
ROOMING HOUSES
f Mo— Will puc you Into a well paying 16-
room roon.ing houso; 3 years' lease,
rent only 160. This Is a proposition
worth looking Into. LEAHY & SON.
$1760— This rooming houso on So. Broadway;
all rooms filled, except those held back
for transient; this place Is making
good money at present and will con-
tlnue to d. so. See LEAHY & SON.
FOR EXCHANGE-Rooming houso of 75 rooms.
Money making place. Furniture in good con-
dition; all rooms filled; excellent transient
trade. Price $4100; mortgage $326, payable
$100 a month; will exchange for Improved
acreage or good lots up to $2100. See us at
once. LEAHY & SON, the leading agents.
SALOONS
$2200— Saloon In San Francisco; club room
that serves liquor.
FOR EXCHANGE
See
RICHARDSON, the "Swap -Han."
After trying other agents
without succes*. consult
LEAHY * BON, Sixth and Main •(«.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1007.
V BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
MINER WITH 30,000 SHARES, IN COMPANY
'or nine go:d claims, will sacridce the lot
for 1200; aim rll.^ prospject— gold on top.
v Sell Interest cheap. All square. Investigate.
1 03V4 SAN PEDRO, ROOM 49.
" HE THAT HATH A TRADE HATH AN 88-
■ tate."— Frankltni •' ■ " ' '
Learn ptumblnir. plastering. - bricklaying,
electricity, eto. . UNION SCHOOL OF
TRADES. 120-126 Ea»t Ninth street.
15,000— NINE STORK ROOMS AND FOUR
houses; I business center, corner E. 26th and
'. Long Beach aye. ; $10,000 equity offered for
cash, lots or Iond.'SIDDALL. Both phone*
MEAT MARKET. DOINO " PAYING ' Busi-
ness, partneru can't agree; must be sold at
once.'. BOX 1033, Herald. '
CIGAR STAND— FINEST POSITION IN CITY,
netting $100 per month: laundry agency will
pay rent. Car, 135 K. FIRST. ' -•'
'.'■ .:■''■■■ WANTED
Help, Male
Red Cross Employment Agency
1 34 Eaat Second Street.
Mnln 8820 . ' Home A 7650
W E FURNISH RELIABLE HELP
O F ALL KINDS. CALL ON
. ITS FOR AT.Ii HELP AND
WORK. ".WE HAVE ONE OF
THE LARGEST SELECTIONS
. - . OF HELP -Arm WORK
IN THE CITY.
Hotel and reataarant help ton nnm-
roim to mention. '..' "all and see onr
hillhonrds, , . ■
Ira n II II IT OBDEnis || ffl r
HANSEN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY jl
• C. W. .THINKS? A CO., 204 East Second
street, Los Angr.ies. Cal. Both phones. Ho -le
A 4869; Main SSJ
Carefull} selected male and female help of
all | description and nationalities furnished
promptly ' . * V
P ERFORI THjS ACTUAL, WORK AND MAS-
ter a trao..- In fcur to six months. Plumbing,
plastering, bricklaying, electricity, etc.: day
or nigh' clusoh. UNION SCHOOL OF
_ TRADES. 120- lit East Ninth st. ..-
SALESMAN WANTED BY LEADING LACE
embroidery importers; must have establish-
ed trade among' general merchandise stores,
small towns. - MIiRK & CO., 416 Broadway,
New York. - ■ v .
W ANTED-J . W. COLEMAN, EMPLOY-
ment - office. : All kinds of colored help fur-
nished on short notice. 211 E. SECOND ST.
Broadway 2106; A 2879. ... , • „. -.
6 00 MEN VVANTED-2H N. BROADWAY HAT
factory. Be wise; | don't buy new hat; your
old remodeled Ilka new by experts, 000 up.
Mt.N iO Lr.AUM liAlSMl'.lt IK AUK. SlTU-
a tlons guaranteed. MuLKR SYSTEM COL-
LEGS. 113 East Second street '->.'. ' ■
Situations — Female
YOUNG LADY ; WILL DO SEWING AND
mending exchange for home; Is fond of
children. WBONB U5541. . ' . ■ '
' Work by the Day
WANTED— BRICK WORK BY DAY OR BY
the thousand ; good work; references. Phone
. WEST 2116. -.
WANTED— WASHING AND IRONING BY
the day by an experienced laundress. HOME
C 1459. •■•■■-•■ ' ■'- - ■'■■•' '■ ' ■ ■ ■■■''. ' '
To — Miscellaneous
WANTED— ALL KINDS OF SECOND HAND
furniture; highest prices . paid. - 1827 CEN-
TRAL AYE. Phone South 606. ' -
Real Estate
WANT TO BUY HOUSE AND LOT IN
Los Angeles or few , acres In suburbs; will
. turn ' In one or two lots, ■ land in beautiful
Hollywood as first payment on your place.
See PHOENIX. 202 Grant building.
Money .
W ANTED—S IO,OOO ON SMALL VALUATION,
' gilt edge ; property at large per cent; notes
indorsed by wealthy men; perfectly safe.
Phones F8509; Broadway 5260. -■ ' -.
Miscellaneous
WANTED -. XC BUY . FURNITURE ' A..->
househo.d eoml. It you are gclng to sell we
will . pay you. one-third more than other*.
Phone us. ■ Main 1117; I Home 2154. COLYEAK
FURNITURE CO.. S=2 South Main street.
HOMELESS CHILDREN RECEIVED AND
placed In homo." for adoption. Apply Rev.
O. V. Ulcc, superintendent Children's Horn*
society, Mi HradLury building, Los Angeles.
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED LIKE NEW.
2Ec pair.. 715 E. NINTH ST. Phone Main
5 949. ' Quod work guaranteed.
CONTRACTORS
BUILDING CONTRACTORS, CESSPOOLS,
brick walls and chimney work. Call Boyle
36; Home 41.117. Residence 2821 EAST SEC-
OND STREET. ■•■■-.■.■-. • •
PHYSICIANS
DR. AND MKd. CAKTKH SUCCJMSFuLLi
treat a.: femalo diseases and ■ Irregularities;
2 0 years experience, consultation free.
He ..Sa.ii.toB p. m.; Sundays, 10 to U
a. m. 20; MERCANTILE PLACE, over MS
Sou'h'Spring street. ...■. ■-; . ,- •
PERSONAL— DR. CLARK, SURGEON. DlS-
e ases of women. Irregularities; specialist. San
I Fernando bldg. Main and Fourth ; rooms 308-7.
.4RS. LAI YOU, SPECIALIST; - ALL FORMS
fern ■•) diseases; prompt relief; advice free,
2 19 :!. SPRING ST.,. rooms 27 and 28.
D lt. INE7 DICKER. 708 ; 8. SPrInG ST.,
obstetrics Hours 10 to 3. Room 222. Phona
Temple 199., , . , ' . :- '
OR. TAYLOR— FEMALE PHYSICIAN A 2.0
obstetrics. BELASCO THEATER. Main st.
DR. WEIPER, SPECIALIST, TUBERCULOSIS
and kidney diseases. Hours 9-1. 624 8. HILL.
I>R. GBO. W. - BOSENTHAL. SPECIALIST
stomach and liver diseases. 524 8. HILL ST.
TRANSFER AND BTORAQE
COLIJtA*.- WAREHOUSE CO.,
4 15-417-419 San Pedro Street,
. Main offlo 324 South Main. ■
Phones Male 1117; Home 2154. ' New and ab-
solutely fireproof storage; .- private locked
• rooms fo - brlo-a-brac, pianos, fine furniture,
etc.; trunks, boxes, etc., : stored, 280 to 000
per month. We solicit your patronage. '
BUSINESS PERSONALS ;
F^A^fETrptLTc^DrTRENOVATED^A^rHH
I ACME FEATHEK j WORKS, 1 768 San I Pedro
street. Tel. Sunset Main 1136. Home 8041.
MATTRESB MAKING. FEATHER BEDDING
' renovated. GLOBE BEDDING CO.. 632 ,E.
Fifth street - Main 2936. .. ■ . ■ ■■■' ■■-.•■ .-.
. DRESSMAKING
FIRST-CLAFS DRESSMAKER OF UNQ.UES-
, tlonable . ability; and skill will , make your
evening gowns. - coats and suits very reason-
able, at home or by the day;, best of city
■ references." 922' E. 2BTH ST. „;■.;■ : ..
l ADIES . AND ; CHILDREN'S SUITS MADE
. from $2.M up. 662 8. FLOWER ■ ST. ' " ■-...
: PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS
DR. GREEN. - CLAIRVOYANT, . - BUSINESS
> medium, give-. life readings dally; teat cir-
c les' cles ■" W'.neßday •■ evenings, 8 o'clock. Ho.
■'• ROOM .16 v 119 V, -8 ■ SPRING : ST. • '
:.:'.'.',. MINING AND ABSAYING . *-)
WILL , SELL \ "CONTROL Voj I .; STOCK '[ OF,i A
V , first-class i gold mining 2 company on y. easy
terms and a', tbo right. price; i large body of
free inlillnt or cyanide ore. Vj BOX . 877, ; Her-
. :-M.-,----' _':■'..',;-..•■ -^v -
FOR RENT
'■ > v . Houses
T O 2-STORY 6-ROOM ' MODERN BUN-
pnlow; large concrete basement: biMiitlfnl lo- ,
* cation; near Sycamore : park. See T. E.
MORGAN. 4570 Pasadena avenue. Phone East
1 615. ' Will coll. '
FOR RENT- A NICELY furnished
In the Wentlake district, suitable for a fam-
ily of 6 adults, very reasonable rent to right
p art:-; references required. Address BOX 147,
HEHALD OFFICE. • ....
FOR RENT— 46O SOUTH PECAN ST., $11; 3-
- room plastered house; ' bath, screen porch,
, solar heater; water paid. Owner, Temple 1071.
T O LET-LARGE SIX-ROOM HOUSE. CAR
line close modern, $26; water paid. Owner,
8 16 E. THIRTY-FIRST. South 3859.
FOR RENT— HOUSES OF FOUR ROOMS OR
more, $10 and up. Phone E3394. . '
T O LET-COTTAGES, $12. $17: : FURNISHED
$16, $22; keys at 1543 E. Adams, Hooper car.
T O LET— $26, 7 ROOMS, 1642 E. ADAMS,
Hooper car line suitable for 2 families. ■■■
Rooms— Furnished
: I
THE OWENS APARTMENTS. 602 W. FIRST,
I from Jan. 1 will be a bachelor apartments,
for gentlcmer. exclusively; beautifully fur-
nished, wlih every convenience, private bath,
private phone •, two blocks from business cen-
ter; , rates reasonable. Phone A 6043. ■
NEWLY. FURNISHED ROOMS IN NEW
modern hotel "NESTA," corner Temple and
Olive streets; very central. Each room has
steam heat, also hot and cold water; $3 per
week up.
2 16 S. BUNKFR HILL— BEAUTIFUL SUNNY
and airy rooms, gas and electricity; no car
fare, three minutes' walk to business center;
housekeeping, with bullet kitchen; perfectly
quiet. . '
THE STONER. 619 WEST TEMPLE STREET.
Light housekeeping rooms en suite or sin-
. gle, from «2 up; centra! location; every con-
venience; rooms quiet and comfortable.
THE LEROY HOTEL, 424 S. HILL— NICELY
, furnished rooms for housekeeping; also sin-
gle rooms at a.< juices; desirable locality, in
business center, no :ar fare. ' ' \ ' .
IPS 8. BUNKEK HILL— I WISH A FEW
steady hoarder* who like plain home cooking,
In private 'hmlly, 5 minutes' walk from busi-
, ness center.
T O LET— FURNISHED . HOUSEKEEP-
lng rooms with bath, near three car lines.
1 252 W. TWENTY-SECOND ST. Phone West
6 331. .
T O LET— TWO' OR THREE FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping; half block from
Main street car. 121 E. THIRTY-FIFTH.
8 4220. "
THE EVERETT, 630 WEST TEMPLE ST.
..Housekeeping rcrms en suite or single; close
I in: no car fare; rent most reasonable In city.
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM; MORNING
sun: beautiful lawn and flowers. 635 WEST
THIRTY-FIRST ST. „' •-.-'
Rooms ' and Board
WANTED— YQNO LADY TO ROOM AND
i «,ard In private family, $4 a week. 200 W.
1 ENTH. Plionp Main 7366. F3797.
Housekeeping Rooms
FURNISHED 3 ROOMS. $16; 4 ROOMS, $16;
unfurnished, $11. $14; separate porches. ■ MRS.
M INT-IORN, 1J42 E. Adams; Hooper car. ../
Flats .
T O LET— PRETTY . NEW • 3-ROOM FLAT,
yard, porches; never occupied; - good loca-
tion; ' chts . convenient. 1317 'E. TWENTY-
■ ■; THIRD ST. 83259.
1. UrPElt FIVE-ROOM FLAT, MOD-
trn conveniences. 509,4 EAST . TWELFTH
ST. ''■■ Main 7924. - ■■ ■ -.■".■-■-■ -^ -■■'■•
Flats, Furnished '
T O ... NICELY FURNISHED F.VE-
room sunny flat, corner TWENTY-FOURTH
AND MAGNOLIA. Call Main 6117.
, ; Hotels and Lodging Houses. '
T O LET— B GOOD ROOMS FOR LODGING
house, reasonable. 211 K. Second. B. FORLR,
2 01 8. Los Angeles. Bdwy 2240. - ■'■■■"
Stores and Offices \i - ' ;
T O LET— FRONT OFFICES, TWO OR FOUR,
ground flcor; B excellent location. . Broadway,
'Chamber oi" Commerce building. Inquire
Herald. .■■'■;■■ :-,■'■' ; '. ,;■. ' '. ■" /'■-■- ■
FREE TO JAN. STORES. $8. $15. 1615 B.
25TH ST.. corner. fWatts local car.)
•sanitariums;,
TUBERCULAR PATIENTS-BOARD : AND
room at m:- country home, $10 wk; second
house south of Colorado st. on Monte . Vista
| avo., - Lumand:. Park. •-•' Sunset ■ phone , 1607.
'.A. P. JANNEi. • proprietor. ! -': .-:'■
MOORE INSTITUTE GIVES ..- VIBRATORY
and ' magnetic treatments : for . rheumatism,
nervousness. . - Offices - the ■ Doris, ■ 707>£ S.
BROADWAY.' .-'. . -
GOLDEN • GATS TOILET PARLORS are
no .- located at 138H 8. SPRING. . Cabl:.et
baths ant' electric vibrator treatments. Room
■'»..", ■ ■-. ■■;■•■- .-'•■; • ■::.',•..■.'■. '„ .'■■'
THE FAY— GENERAL TOILET PARLORS;
■calp . treatments,, general massage. Moved
' 1006 S. Main. :, Specialty chiropody.. '
SWEDISH TREATMENTS .' GIVEN . ; . .- AT
' private lioir.i -. for I ladles and children only.
For appointments call F8236. ,■.*.< ; . :,
VIBRATION, ' ALCOHOL, OIL, { SHAMPOO-
I ng; face and scalp treatments. "' Hours 10 to
1 0. 264 E. FIFTH ST., room 6. .. ;
ELECTRIC VIBRATOR, ALCOHOL AND OIL
• treatments for nervousness and rheumatism.
8 48 S. BROADWAY. '.'■■;■ : ' . .
LOST AND FOUND
LOST— DEC. : 17, LADIES' 1 GOLD - , HAND-
carved watch, nickel fob, ' watch . engraved
. ■ "To Mabel ■ from Papa, ; July 26, 1903."
Finder ■ retun 1124 W. 38TH. ;>■'.• Reward.
, 86545. „ ■ ■ -' , " -' ■■. ' "■:•■•■■ . ..:• -'■
SATURDAY, . LADY'S .- SUNBURST,
/ ' diamond center, between Broadway ■ and
Spring on 4th. -. Reward $5. 416 W. FIFTY-
SIXTH. 89688 '..- , " "'.'- ' .■ '.
LOST— ON, YELLOW UNIVERSITY CAR BE-
• tween cor Twelfth and Flower and First
- and Spring ' a cameo pin with pearl settings
and one diamond.: Reward. 116 N. -UNION
- AYE. . E2217. . ' ' '. .' . '..•--/-
LOST. ; STRAYED OR STOLEN— FROM 464 S.
Flgueroa.. Scoter.' ckllle dog, sable and white.
. : "Togo." .' Phone Broadway 1583. .. Reward. ', :.
LOST— RING WITH TWO ■ SMALL DIA-
II I monds. j Return; to 2646 NORMANDIE AYE.
and receive reward. Telephone 111584, ' .'- ■ »''s.
MONEY TO LOAN
W K MAKK LOANS ON . FURNITURE, : pi-
anos, horses, wagons, carriages, cattle, eto.,
. without removal from your possession. .
FIDELITY - LOAN ' C 0. ,;.:
: , ■ 629 Mason building. ■:' ■' :
8 20 West Fourth street : cor. i Broadway. •'
. Home phone F7121; Bioadway 6171.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED SALAR-
I ed persons on their own note, -without secur-
i - ity, : without any publicity, without Indorsers,
' without delay. . i Our rates are . positively the
' lowest In the city. •' No objectionable Inquiries
I are made, and considerate treatment guaran-
■ -.' teed. . - Loans repayable • In easy - installments.'
Also loan or buy , real . estate ; contracts, sec-
. ■ ond mortgages, : local stocks and other securi-
I ties at reasonable rates. COMMERCIAL DIS-
COUNT CO., 628-629 Chamber of Commerce. X
MONEY TO ' LOAN— EASY TERMS. CLEVE-
•,' land A Cleveland. 434 H. W. .- Hellman bldg.
•.-ASOBJ; Main 6886. - - % : '. ,- i ■ -. . ■■ • .■.■• - 1. ..••-.-.-
STOVE REPAIRS ';. r ,\ :,-; \
CASTINC3 FOR ANY KIND OF. STOVE RB-'
-! pairing a specialty; (4 water backs connected;
S bring your old pieces. GOULD, 208 N. ALA-
MEDA.^Broadway, 1827. ; )■ ,
• FOR SALE, ' , . •*, [^ FOR SALE
_ • DEED TO ■•'.'■■■■ ' „ ' . . '' V ' ' j, ■
,5 ■ •'■' : « you nave .not -yet. made:
-!&|j*tes- ACRES your New -Year Resolution
j |l:ffnßmi ■ affirm it. here and now..
1 Bia,?^^ WHEREAS:
M9££&». ' It is my firm and unwavering belief that, bo-
sra'T^wVriSS^/tl Binning: with the creation Itself, the land was
•TbSlK^W^v'/'la made for man; that divine Intelligence directed
sl§9Wft>Sfifc?&nn ' ""' Elft of ' : "'"' to A(!llln as tlle greatest boon
mMRSj?!!! KyJ " life could offer; that earrth lias ever been, and
H Kfflß^^Sft must continue forever to be, man's most val-
m&'V'WlfflmMmriA uable possession, next to life Itself; that no
B HKroffyaßrrbTi^ ai goods, nor chattels, nor jewels, nor gems, nor
JHKkiar <gf&£jJ_wS ft coins, nor bank accounts, nor mining; stocks,
i^Kiri^?9l ai nor automobiles, nor glad hands constitute so
W^SjJKS^V,,,* n « much or genuine wealth as the little patch .if
■ IKS' •»*»n»f«B rnrth a man owns for himself, to have and to
w H^'/'?*t>is& » hold ' •" barter, to sell or to trade, as he wills
s te.4'/'j»T^^'»'ys y\ ""' ne wishes, at his taste or his pleasure, as
>aSs2i§j»' Therefore II Have
•; ' ; RESOLVED ; ; ■■.•'■■
That, beginning with the New Year, January the first, nineteen hundred
and eight, I shall eschew all these inconsequential ' Investments; ' I shall
skldoo all stocks and bonds; I shall taboo all gold mines and other fervid
atmospherical delusions; I shall bid adieu to all get-wealthy-ln-a-minute
rainbows and follow In the footprints of my forefathers, and five If I had
them, who believe with Henry George and Russell Sage that the wealth;
'of the nation 'ls in the land that makes It. I shall , pin my faith to th.i '
apron string of dear old Mother Earth, who never yet denied a dividend
to a deserving son ant} never stole away her grassy pillow from a weary
head. I shall proceed on the next excursion to Beaumont and there select,
as hundreds of wiser ones have done ' before ■ me, , all that •my ' financial ■
strength can. carry of the best fruit land that ever smiled up into a cloud-
less sky In Southern California. I shall proceed forthwith to develop and
Improve it with every power that within me, lies, so that when the next
wave of financial depression overtakes me I shall have . '
A BANKER THAT NEVER CLOSES THE WINDOW. . . .: .
Old Mother Earth is man's truest savings bank. Every Investment
Is an interest-bearing deposit. She never repudiates a debt. She
never cancels an obligation. ■ She never tires In the service of her
depositors. She never sleeps. She conserves the principal. She •: .. -.
compounds the interest every minute of the day and night. '.She^-v
never forecloses. . She never -makes mistakes. . «She pays on de-
mand. Her resources are unlimited. Pure honesty Is her business
philosophy. She guards her deposits with the faith of the universe. .
- '. The older she grows* the safer she grows and the more valuable
becomes the capital entrusted to her. Though her depositors be
, legion, she Is impartial to all; the prince' and the pauper receive .
like Justice at her hands — every blade of grass and every drop > of '
dew adding interest to their principal . and every . penny always
ready on demand. . ' >,
TAKE TIE , 'EXCURSION V THURSDAY . -
til BEAUMONT ffl
QVj) Jl ' ~ 162 MILES THERE AND BACK OP' II
T DONE IN A DAY— COME IN FOR TICKETS T
The finest fruit, grain, grape and poultry lands. ,. The best health-resort.
Wolderful recent water, developments. . Unexampled building activity.
Prices 50 per cent too low, but steadily rising.
Am , Advance ;of IB • Per • Cent '
JANUARY 9, 1908"
Don't -Watt and Be Sorry— Bay Now and Be Glad. .
Special RateH From AH Points). Cut Out and Mall Thin Coupon Now. .
■ i ■Beaumont Land <& Water: Company : \ \[ •
\ -' '. '. ■ "220 MERCANTILE PLACE,'' LOS ANGELES . : . ■'■ ij;'p' '■■ . .'' . . .'■' ' ' '
, Please send me literature free regarding Beaumont and: the fruit lands \
In same. Also state what rates you i make from here. • (i , \t. ■■
NAME '"'. ............... • ... ...- •.. V . ADDRESS . . . '
. ..:;....^....--.---:...:;;.....^... ..;.:... ....V....... Herald
Country Property
FOR SALE—
$10 AN ACRE, 320 ACRES FOOTHILL
WHEAT OR GRAPE LANDS, LOS ANGE-
LES COUNTY
FOR SALE. $500; HOMESTEAD, RELIN-
QUISHMENT TO 320 ACRES GOOD AL-
FALFA LAND, SURFACE WATER 10
FEET, FLOWING ARTESIAN WATER 150
FE7T. SES ME FOR BARGAINS IN
RANCHES.
A. J. RUTLEDGE, 510 TA.TO BLDQ.
" BEAUMONT
"S ACRES AND INDEPENDENCE. '•
Fruit lands and city lots; there's moot)
in It for you.
BEAUMONT
LAND AND WATER CO.
26 Mercantile place.
F4563. Main 3215.
ARE~YOU LOOKING FOR GOVERNMENT
land, as gcofl a-; can be founds close to Los
Angeles? If so, see SLY at 623 Chamber of
Commerce.
City Lots and i.anda
LAST CHANCE
80 Acres on Western Aye.
for $125 Per Acre
This tract adjoins three niiliillvln-
InuK where 50-foot lota nre selllnK at
$2.10 to $700. The tract Is high ami
rolling, which would out up Into one,
two and three-acre chicken ranches,
which would sell renillly at $800 per
acre. My option expires this week|
S4IOOO ensh Is rt'iiiilr<Ml» but mice con j*»
Come Monday, talk with
EPWARD SCHERMAN
628 (111 ..-us Nntlounl Bank bids'.,
Third and Main.
RESOLVED— .
I'll buy a lot from Banks on or before, or
during 1908 and so comemnce to cheat the
landlord. My lots and easy terms are surely
living tlie workingman a chance to own his
own home. 60x125, $250: 60x150, <300; 50x279.
$i5O; $10 dewn, $3 month.
DOxl6o, all street work, cement walks and
curbs, $415 and up; $25 down, $10 monthly.
All lots situated near 6c car, schools,
churches, Btores,' etc., an* only 20 minutes
from Broadway.
Take West First street car to my office.
S. W. Backs
Brooklyn and Rowan avenues.
Eoyle 839. Home D 1484.
Suburban Property
FOR SALE-ONE 20 AND 40 ACRB RANCH.
Improved, two miles from Garden Grove.
AUGUST MICHEL, Santa Ana.
FORSALE-MY LOT IN HOLLYWOOD; $800;
terms. I uni Kolng eust. Telephone Sunset
HOLLYWOOD 1461.
OLKNDOBA-UPLANDB-ONTARIO. $7S, $100,
$200 per acre; water piped. Slddall. Copp blk.
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-CREAM SERGE SUIT; COST $60;
wlil sell for $29; also silk dresses, net waist,
hats, etc. PHONE 82678.
Houses
$100 CASH
$20.00 PER MONTH
BUYS A NEW MODERN COTTAGE OR
BUNGALOW. ONLY A FEW MORE ON
THESE TERMS. 3 NICE NEW HOMES
all read* to move into-22 minutes
from broadway.
the: McCarthy company,
201 North Broadway
PHONES: A 8737. MAIN 1202.
$1950
I am building a 4-room bungalow that I
am going to sell at a bargain. A small pay-
ment down, the balance monthly. You will
have to see It to appreciate it.
Four nice large rooms and a complete bath
room. Everything that goes to make a home
attractive. Tho very choicest location. Yel-
low car; 6-cent fare. You will have to come
right away. Take Euclid avenue car to my
office, corner Stephenson avenue and Indiana
street.
!•'. W. HI. Mil:.
Boyle 2192.
FOR SALE—
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS
SNAP BARGAINS FOR THE WEEK.
$860— Three rooms, barn; all street work; fur-
nished; $200 down, $10 month.
$irso— Three rooms, plastered corner: $75 down,
$12 month. Including Interest. Rented for
$11; Investment.
$660— Three rooms, lot fenced; garden, trees;
elegant buy. See this; half cash.
Brooklyn and Evergreen avenues.
A. B. C. CO. Phone Boyle 1102.
I Will See Prather
FOR THEY MAKE THE QUICKEST EX-
CHANGES IN RANCHES AND HOUSES.
THE LARGEST LIST IN THB CITY.
PROMPT AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
WILIi C. PRATHER & CO.,
SUITE 618-520 GRANT BLDG.
TOR SALE— A NICE MODERN FIVE-ROOM
bungalow, mission fixtures, hardwood floors,
porcelain bath, lawn, flowers, etc. Price
$3000; $700 cash, balance $25 per month In-
cluding Interest. Phone A 8930.
FOR SALE—
$50 down im 1 $2f per month buys a modern
C-rooin rcitlPK". Price $2100. Phone Temple
1089. OWNFR
Furniture
FOR SALE—
6 ihi ft. enameled bath tubs $15 to $18
60 20x30 sinks 2to 4
25 enameled lavatories 4 to 10
26 laundry trays 8 to 10
10 toilet combinations 12 to 15
NEWELL BROS.,
218 West First street.
ONE ' QUARTER SAWED OAK FOLDING
bed. and one lion bed. Phone Main :'414.
471 SOLANO AYE.
FOR~SALE— FINEFURNITURE OF NlNE-
room house; Oliver street; price $700. 744 S.
GRAND AYE. Main 5134.
I l
4 17..WEST 1 FIFTH ST. " Established , ISM. '
Opposite Central park. ■ ," -v- '.'. ! '«■>::
S -y^ftfimA/iffr/rs* s■ Th largest ,': Busl- f
far ' ,033-0-7, Went Seventh Street. ".
L A CONSERVATORY O? &
• J\» MUSIC AND ARTS. ;V ;
Main 4403. -....".:-.:...,, ..-'/ , AXU*.\ ::
E . J. Valentine, Pres. 327% S. Spring .St.
Practice claviers for rent - ?''.::'■ '■;':
8 09 SOUTH HILL ST. '" Day and evening.^ ''■'
. . EDUCATIONAL
s ~DvsiNKßS~co€CEaE^r^^>^^^ r^^ >^^
Oldest and largest in California. ■• . • -
■ 614 S. Grand ay«. J. W. LACKEY. MgT, ■'.-.
- FOR SALE OH
■ ' Orange Groves
TULARE COUNTY ORANGE I.A.NDd. '
1 TULARE COUNTY ORANGE .' LANDS.
\ TULARE COUNTY ORANGE LANDS. i^WB
• Orange culture In Tulare county . has lons
since passed, the experimental stage. : Prices
at Lindsay, Exeter and Portciville of good
orange lands have raised until the , groun.l -
floor proposition costs money. In the north--;
west corner of the county Is a body of land
unsurpassed In , tho state as orange, land; .
well sheltered, loam soil, ■ level and attrac- i
tlve. . . • . . - .-■■..: rr .
We are handling it.., '-.'"- '."■■ v-k ■"■:
Wholesale price in section lots - $35 , per \
acre; easy terms. Retail prices In 40-acr«
lots— pshaw! Come up and look It over ,-
with us. .-• •• ■ . ■ . ;. •■.-.-. :
An hour's drive from: Reedley (Fresno
county). - ' ■'-"]•'
Come soon.
. Write to - . . :.. „, .'.^-. !
• : . LYON;LANd" CO., ,i ;,;.-"
' - - Reeilley, Cal.
LAND LAND LAND
■ V. ORANGE LAND ONLY.
„ : -•'•- $6.00, $10.00. $18.00 and $30.00 /'".*.:/ i>\'"'i
PER ACRE TRACTS. "■-.' ■ ■JS'.::~i ■:■■'•
, To suit, near Delano, Tulare and Kern coun-
, ties. ..We also locate you on good government
land at fl.oo per acre. •.-—.- - .-."" - /--v;<
: V :;.-". ROLERTSON'S AGENCY. v^ii^WJ^J^B
325 South Broadway.
Los Angeles, Cal.
L . M. PRATT & ; CO. HAVE GROVES ! FOR <J
sale In all good citrus ■ districts. . Six years' /"
! experience In the i orange shipping business :,
. and four ; years in selling droves, < enable us %
to give expert advice as to where and what
to buy. 608 LAUQHLIN BLDG. ..,*■;•>: •-
Live Stock — Poultry, Birds,' Dogs ■: •
WANTED— TO PURCHASE i CALVES. BEEF, P'
a cows and bu.'!» " for ■ cash. JULIUS > BACK.
38th and Maple South 2887. ", 81940. ■:, ">-■ i .>iC:J."'.'
~ -i.
Live Stock — Horses, Mules, Cattle >{ ! -- t ;
FOR SALE— SPAN. OF LARGE ■ MULES. v'
' good order, work anywhere, single or double. ;
BUCKHORN ! FEED AND FUEL * YARD, " '
2 697 West Pico. 83784. - ■■.-•.- ■■,--'..->.•';
Houses— Furnished .:. \'..'/--/t : .:
FOR SALE— FURNITURE OF EIGHT i SUN- ;',■:
ny rooms, $300 If sold ' before Ist; a snap, .
. Phone BROADWAY 2627. ,- ■■:■ : -r.-. i: . .
FOR EXCHANGE
' ■ , ' ■> ''. Real Estate '■' ..." ,-,^. ■,}. ■' k
T O BUY, SELL OK EXCHANGE I'ROPEBTT. "
go to BEN WHITE. 304 Hrj-eon block. Sucoo I '••
■ and Spring streets. ..•■■.•.. » ' ••■■. <• ■■■■• ■ :■!<-» s~-%
PATENTS AN hj PATENT RIGHTS
H^DMif ; ru st""bu fun no , •',:
Second and Spring ■ streets. • : ' ' ■ ';'.'" -S^SfeSß
- - HARRY A. BROOKS, - ■ !;V
'-.■';• United States and Foreign Patents... :,-■',
- - Preliminary examinations. fWtgtSVff^M
a c. har"pham gets patents, in yen-,- ;
tlons financed; 25 years' experience. . 411 8.
Main. R. 484. Patent litigation. : '•'".,
' .: SPECIAL NOTICES
T O THE . PUBLIC— WE :, ARE l THANKFUL \\
for all that has been done. !•■ We have estab- ; :
lished a Sheltering Arms Home for ; colored -,
women and. children at 3232 Dayton avenue, '"
where we are helping our unfortunate, . home^B
less, friendless, erring sisters, : and our ageljlß
and decrepit ones. ■. : . ,\ . sS|
. We ask your aid in such way as you 'te JH
proper to help us after | you ■ Investigate ' I'-Mm
' work. Wo feel and know how to reach IBMI
many of our race. Will you come and si* mJJ"
one] help us, with food, clothing. fuelßi^^B|
', money? MRS». MAMIE F. TURNER, ■gspai
ager. 29-30____^^
'A X HAVE FOR SALE THE NEATES'^B- " *;-
best located meat market In the souMi
Owner must sell on account of ■ othe^H
ness. Will Bell business and llxturm ;,i TG/jBiK
' TRACY E.'SHOULTS & CO., FORTH.
'; KNTH AND /VERMONT r SQUARE.'"^ B^l
IMPS.
LADIES — ABR-- .TOUR r i DRUGGIST i. FOB %\
■ Colchester* pills, the Diamond brand; for » :,
■ years v known . as : best safest, always ' re- -„
-liable. ' Buy of your druggist; take no other. v
Cb!ehesters Diamond brand pills are void, by,
druggists everywhere. ; . ■ '■>;■.■ ,":''■ ,■'". i »•'. -7; *•■'.;"■*>'
BUY ; HERE AT ''. FACTORY PRICES. a' 4 810 ?/.
*r assortment. : Umbrellas ' recovered and ' mads . /
: ; to : order. ,■ 117 i WEST ,-' FOURTH • ST., : new ,',
■ Hellman building.' ",.-';'■:?; '\,t-'.-i ■'!■ : ■', ''•■'?■ >;^
WHEN YOUR HOUSE, NEEDS PAINTING, i :
•.papering or tinting call up E. E. GEISER, '..-
. 829 South Flower street. '" Phone F7354; , Main
; : f3836;f 3836 ; :.^',\- '>-,■;■■• "-■:■:• ■'■■■■.: '■■•:'■ v---:
ELlr-SKIN SHOE : FACTORY. MAKERS (OF ■.•■'
. all '■■ styles ■ in < elk-skin , shoes, i and '» special ,:^
orders, $2 to $5; ; fine repairing. 206 W. 7TH.
I COC NICELY PRINTED ! BUSINESS .' CARDS, } '•'.
, $1.60, iln boxes;, other printing In proportion. \
B. J. ELSON CO., 121Vt South Broadway. 2',
I WILL DO YOUR MOVING CHEAP i OR !/
; rent you team and large hay wagon for $4 a ■.
i day. " 1701 TEMPLE. • Home phone E26IT. ■ ■
PAPERING, $2.76; ■ ROOM PAINTING, i $1.60; C
tinting. $1.85. Tel. E3646; Sunset Tempi* 217..
' F. B. BROWN, . 1010 Temple street ■ ' : : --"':^' :> ■£ \
NOTICE— ; WISE, GENTLEMEN; •; DON'T V
buy new hat; can remodel your ; old like „
new; 60c up. 214 N. BROADWAY. :','. ,■
W . T. WOODS WILL FORM A CLASS ! FOR %.
> beginners In dancing Monday evening, Janu-
ary 6. 748 S. FIGUEROA ST. ...-■;.,. -;.•■:■:,■:■ ■■<•
BUSINESS REVERSES CAUSE ME TO SELL :v.: v.
* my new , upright : piano. ,- Call 838 , CROCKER ■>-
■ BT.. Bdwy. 21114. ....'; ..'V'V i' C ■■' .'S'T'-i:', '>
FOR • BALK-GOLDFIELD. * » • i"-- -,•> ■'" '<
. . ' NORTH GOLDFIELD. (•>;'•,•■ '
WHAT ABOUT IT? ' -■' . ■ ■"■ - ■ * .
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FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES FORCE THB V/
sale of my new piano for cash at once. : Call
2 63 3. GRIFFIN AYE. ", East 1282. ;t; t . ' - ",',

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