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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1909.
SCALP ITCHED AND IS Child of Four Would Scratch Her Head for Hours When Fifteen It Got Worse Hair Came Off h Spots Hundreds of Dollars Speirt in Vain Cuticura Soothed Like Cold Water on" a Burn and CUTICURA REMEDIES :f CURED -HER. AT LASL I "When I was fdUr years old a humor , (-3 me out on ray scalp. It would make b thick eoab in one night, itching and ; i liming terribly. My father spent j n any hundreds of dollars trying to find j a doctor who could cure this humor, l Jt none of them could ever help it even I t. little- bit. At the age of fifteen years ' 1 had the measles, and after that the i ure became maturated and I had to oak my hair out before I could comb it. My hair came off in spots and my head was in a bad shape "About this time a friend of my father suggested he try Cuticura for me. .My father took this advice and bought .he Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent. I used them faithfully and to my surprise they stopped the itching at once, like cold water to a burn. In a week my head was clean from the scab but was very red and inflamed, but 1 had experienced more relief from the terrible itching and burniug than ever before. I did not ex pect to be cured, as I thought that noth ing could do that, but I had to use some thing all the time and Cuticura, u cheaper than doctors. "After some time, to ray surprise, I awoke to the fact that my head was cured. It was as free from the disease as though I had tever suffered. I am now forty-two and have never had any sign of my old trouble since I was cured. I owe health, happiness and life to Cuticura. Every one thought it was in curable. I wed to dream sometimes that I was cared but thought it never could be, but Cuticura made the dream come true. Fancy a child sitting up in bed until ten or eleven o'clock scratch ing her head I I couldn't help it either, the itching was so terrible, night and dav. It is a wonder I lived through it, but I can prove ail I have written by my old neighbors. Mrs. Florence E. Ames Getchefl, Box BBJ.-HaUoweU, Me., Feb. 8 and 13, 1908." M . . CutleaTs Rem1lt are srvia ewTwtiere. Potter Lmic a Chm. Corp., 8oM Props.. Bottom. Um Mr Cuucim Book on skis oimm nnlla M, COOL WEATHER." - r Persons returning from Prescott who have been out to "IdyUvild" report it very cool arid pleasant and the wa ter delightfully cool and refreshing. . . MILD THROUGH -. PHOENICIAN'S EYE Description of the Place as Seen by Up a the present. time only three doors of escaiie have been open for the perspiring inhabitants of Phoenix in the summer. They could go "back east"; take a trip to the coast or hie to Iron Springs. But for the multi tude, the -first two doors were al most prohibitively expensive, while the third has a Yale lock and the key hangs higlu. Now, a fourth door of hope appears ajur, through the en terprise of a Prescott young man and a wide awake Phoenix Development company. Mr. Eusfene' Newman of Prescott for eight .-years with the Bashford-Buricister company, has the prophetic- vision to see through the door and Messrs. Getsinger and Tolle' ron of the Arizona Auction and De velopment comply of Phoenix have the business experience and faith to oil the hinges- and open the door. The writer,, a. resident of Phoenix, who, next to black bass fishing, loves the mountains, has been asked to "view the prospect over" and give hi3 impressions. This he now proceeds to do, not as a promoter, but as a spec tator. Within half a mile of the city limits 'of Preiscott, cornering upon the Murphy drive and diagonally on the base of Thumb Butte, lies a tract of land known "a.4 the Dearing estate. Containing four hundred acres. The main road to Thumb Butte and pros pectively the territorial highway to Phoenix runs though It. The first In timation of approach to It from Pres cott is a spicy odor of pine and the first beauty spot, a wild rose garden tUL. JUJ Address BOX F, CHAMBER OF ft ' mm let them obtain your accommodations, also. close to the j-oad, which with proper cultivation might rival IX it did not equal the Dunbar gardens. Just now the road is a bit buniuv to be sure, but that can he remedied. There Is nothing monotonous in the view. No two of the four hunderd acres are alike. Some of the land is smooth and level; much of It is rough broken and rocky. In places one acre would measure fully two acres, as both sides are exposed by the abrupt angles at which the rand is tilted. Here and there are seen ranches and buildings of varying value. Cultivat ed spots covered with growing corn, potatoes and vegetables appear at in tervals. A j beautiful garden might have been seen behind one of the small houses a few days ago before some one left the gate open for the range cattle to come In and sample the vegetables. . Fruit enough to about pay for an acre is said to have hung on the branches of a little or chard until some of the Prescott boys discovered It recently. Probably the owner will protect it next year. The tract is well wooded with second growth pine, oak and walnut. Wild grapes and cherries conjure visions of delicious jellies and pies. Wells are plentiful. The underground water lies close to the surface, excellent In qual ity and abundant in quantity. Near the Butte, springs' send forth, from a bank a hundred feet long a supply of good, fresh, cold water, feeding the brook which runs toward the center of the property. The "bosky dell" with its tinkling cascade tumbling in to the deep, but alas, troutU-ss, pool is there in season. Romantic and attractive building spots abound. All varieties of taste may be gratified in different parts of the estate. If one delights In wide and beautiful views of mountain scenery, it is here. If quietness and isolation is desir u. it can be had. The "shadow of a great rock In a weary land" ,is" here also. You can build your house with the snow-clad summits of northern Ari zona for your front door view or y.m can locate your cottage where you win nave the towering mass of Thumb Butte to shade your back yard in the afternoon. If one wishes to build his house upon a rock, the foundation is ready;' if he prefers sand, here It is. If a dwelling of stone is planned, the building ma terials are on the spot. If a modest tent house will satisfy, there are in numerable places where it can he pleasantly' located, in fact, an enthu siastic Phoenician was putting up such a structure as we drove over the ground. The possibilities are too numerous to mention. At one point several big pines shade a broad, level spot admirably adapted for the loca tion of a summer hotel, from whose wide, shady verandas one might view the landscape far and wide, even to the San Francisco peaks, beyond Flagstaff, a hundred miles away. The spot la Ideal for the purpose. On the Prescott side lies a natural street, facing the city, apparently ready made for a long row of handsome residences where "oft In the stilly night" the roar of the lions in the Murphy xoo might help to enliven the silent hours. . A mile and a half of electric rail way would land -passengers and freight in the heart of this new dis trict. Cool breezes laden with piney odors; cold water dripping from the ''galvanized backet that hangs in the well" in your own . back yard; con-, venient access to the commercial .'and social advantages of an 'up-to-date little city, these things speak for themselves. If Phoenix is too hot; if the east is too far; if the coast is too foggy and buggy, it in not Im possible that Idylwild, even with its JOHNSON PHOTOGRAPHER, 612 S. Hill St Leading ground floor studio, Los Angeles. H-H-f H 1 'H HI lllimilllll TO PROVE TO YOU THAT I E6GM0RE Is the greatest Poultry Food made a trial will do It we will prepay freight on first 100 or ders received. In reply to this ad. 25 lbs, J1.90; SO lbs., $3.60; 100 lbs., $7.00. Mixed one part Etrtr-More to six Darts bran.. or other grain product, makes J the greatest egg maker known. Send for free Booklet with tes timonials. ' ' i WEST COAST MILL i " Los Angelas, Cal. 4 S U l l i n i i ; ; nH 'l 1 H 'H-M- : "Thousands of Cal- :r: i vr j ' People Play at Santa Cruz Why Not You?" IT IS TRUE THAT SANTA CRUZ - - . -, . r',' Is California's Most Famous Resort.. It should also bo well borne, in mind that at no other point on the entire Pacific Coast is it possible to combine the pleasures of. the sea-shore w-ith the mountains, every day In the year, ( Globe trotters say that Santa Cruz and vicin ity -is without equal as a place for a home. No other place in the world presents exactly the same combinations of attractions. ' . "i "- - Santa Cruz Is within 3 hours by train and auto of 800,000 people living In the Bay Cities. Ask about Santa Cruz. i , tl.lC.tS3 COMMERCE, for literature and We tell yon to put on a "Pioneer Roof," and forget it. Needs no paint or repairs. Sun proof and rain proof. Not affected by extremes of heat or cold. Suitable for all kinds of buildings pitched or flat roofs. Comes in handy rolls. Easy to lay anybody can do itno special tools needed. Wow then Let as scad yon samples, a cepjr of ear 32-page Roofing Booklet end Btmc el ear nearest agent. PIONEER ROLL PAPER COMPANY DEPARTMENT QJ LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA present, unavoidable primitive con ditions would seem like paradise to the residents of the Salt River val ley. p Is this a good Investment? Now we yi i i-'iiiiiutny. i lie rnoenix ooserver can tell what he has seen, no knows the woodsy odor when he smells it, he can recognize the taste of good water when he drinks it, he has some appreciation for the beauties of na ture, but he is no man's financial ad viser. If you wish to embark on the sea of Meculation, sail your own ship. Of one thing he is sure, that during Send vbur Savings or Inactive Funds to the strongest, oldest and largest Savings liank in the Southwest. .. f. f -, ' ; ClECURITY iavings TVANK SECURITY BLDG, LOS ANGELES. INGLEWOOD RANCHO Only 3 Miles From Los Angeles $300 And up per acre. One-fourth cash, balance long time. These acres are almost in the city, in the growing southwest, where values are rapidly increasing. One acre means or e If-supportine; home, two acres comparative ease, and three acres absolute comfort, four acres money in the bank, and five acres inde pendence. 'jfcl4SjSS Rich, dark, sandy loam 'toll, perfect for the production of potatoes, onions, rhubarb, peat, beans, corn, cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, alfaWa, berries and fruit. Water piped In steel mains under pressure to every foot of it from 1.500.000 gallon reservoir, guaranteed with water certificate wiiich we give to each pur chaser. ' ; r'jfewui Take Inglewood-Redondo Electric car any place on Broadway, get off at Ingle wood Rancho Station, on the property. All cars stop there. Only twenty-five minutes from this office. The greatest growth of Los Angeles Is to the southwest, and this clote-in acreage will soon be city property. Office Open Daily and Sunday. INGLEWOOD RANCHO 330 South Hill Street . . Les Angeles. .Cal. fiUIN-MONETA ACRES S350 And up per acre, with water; one-fourth cash, balance long time. These acres are only 25 minutes from Second and Droadway, through which the Main-Street Boulevard to San Pedro will pass. This means that this prop erty will doublo in value very quickly. This soil is a rich, sandy loam, supplied with pure artesian well wafer.- three steel mains to every acre insuring large crops to the ancher. Oranges, lemons, berries, alfalfa, etc., can be seen producing large crops af the present time. The land is hitch and level, with a gradual southern: slopes accessible to the ocean breezes at all times. - Courteous salesmen will meet bTi'ttltbselttni'&ventie'VnWiWfti&e'VteuXi ful ax-res. , .... Adjoining aoresare selling from J1000 to $1500. As a good Investment this Is unequalled in Southern California; - t t : -.,. - - f Take Monet a Avenue, Redondo Short Line car ; ayiwhere on Broadway-and Get Off af Rosecrans Avenue. s. - ' Or go out with us. , MAIN-MONETA ACRES 330 South Hill Street SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. -f'Jf fQj&SXl llMfC . Positions secured. Write for catalogui Los Angeles, Cal. B." K. ISAACS. President. HEALD'S 614 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. -Send for Catalogue J. W. LAO KEY, Manage LOS ANGELES MILITARY ACADEMY Boarding and Day School for Boys Rovs received at any time.- 'Summer session June 21 to Sept. li. 'Camp Sun shine" Newport Beach, .Inly 6 to Sept. 1. Special rates for young boys. Fall term ooens Sent 21. llw!- Ixxathm the best. 2.r.-aere campus. Send for par-S-T pw . sun ami Kast 4.-.O. Address Walter J. Bailey. A. M., Princl- . pal. ' Huntington lirive. K. R No. 8. Box 20th Year of the Shrader Administration. Best School on We coast. Cheap board, low rates, cool rooms. Open all ummer. Catalogue free. THE PACIFIC COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY Daly St. snd Mission Road, Los Angeles, California. - ' i Established 1896. -Term open In September and Feb ruary. InKtroction - thorough and scien tific. References: ' One hundred suc cessful graduates now practicing Osteop athy in Southern California. C. A. WHITING, Sc.. D., B., O. ... Chairman of the Faculty. SCHOOL OF x ART AND DESIGN 6th and Alvarado Sts.," Los Angeles. Art Summer Classes. Prospectus MISS WING'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Los Angeles, Cal. Superior home school, preparing for universities and eastern women's col leges. From kindergarten to college. Send for new Year-book, giving de tailed Information. MISS ETHELWYN' WING, M. A. Principal. July and August, any place be tween Ramsgate and Granite tfclN can beat Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa iind the surrounding country easily. Woods Liver Medicine? In liquid form regulates the liver, relieves sick headache,, constipation. It is particu larly recommended for Jaundice, Chills, Fever and Malaria. Its tonic effects on the entire system are'felt with the first dose. The $100 bottle contains Zy times as much" as the 60c. size. Pleasant to take. LARSON'S DRUG CO. RESOURCES S23.500.000.00 CAPITAL 6V RESERVE $1,350,000.00 4 PER CENT INTEREST on Sav ings Accounts and on Six Months' Certificates of Deposit. Los Angeles, Csl. Oldest, and strongest in the South west. Entire year, enter any time. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 953 W. 7th St.. Los Angeles, Cal. The nmxt desirable location in the city. Enter any time. School open the entire year. New catalogue sent on request. F. BROWXSBERGER, Pres. Write For SPECIAL 1909 PR0PPSI TI0N TO ARIZ0NANS MILLS COLLEGE Omy woman's Col- i ii ifi . ... . , lt'nlrflni.a unit lege on riie-i 1 v-iai. -- graduation requirements equivalent to Stanford and University of California. . , i 1 .. iu. QilnntM.! tit needs 1 ,11 I M r U I U 1 1 1 rojirviaiij - - of western women. Training fits stud ents tor leacning muw demic work, and offers special advan tages for music, theory and history of art. home economics and library study. Well equipped laboratories for science and experimental psychology. fcpecial .. . I 1 V. r.f .tHnt I lilt- auenuon io m " . : ' . , door life and sports. Ideal climate and .urroundlngs. 3rd and h years of College Preparatory during 1909-10. Fall ifmeftei "begins Aug. 11. 1909 Address President's Secretary, Mills College P. O., California. Dobinson School of Expression nd Dramatio Art. Los Angeles. Dobisort Auditorium, 1044 South Hope, Send for Catalog. Summer Course. THE WEST LAKE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. -t 6U-620 Alvarado SW Lps.Angeles, Calif. Overlooking beautiful West Lake Park. Accredited to leading colleges. Out-of- door study. Rowing and tennis. Principals: Frederica De Laguna, A. M.; Jessica Smith Vance, A. M. Y. W. C. A. SUMMER SCHOOL Six weeks, July 7-Aug. 18, 1909.. Cooking, sewing, millinery, gym nasium. French, Spanish r class In art, with out door work, grammar and high school studies. 251-255 So. Hill St.,' Lot Angeles. All aboard for the following Hotels, Summer Resorts, etc Tou can wear knock-about clothes or a dress suit, f'.so. hunt, sail or camp, play tennis, golf, bowl, dance or lose yourself among shady nooks and quiet retreats. Illustrated literature, maps and Information on tfle followingadvertised resorts. and hotels will be furnished promptly at The Republican office. GEE! THIS WEATHER IS HOT ! BETTER Whore the weather is delightful and cool; where the bathing Is sim ply grand; where It is never hot Pack and go today for a few days. Better take a shawl or coat along. JOSHUA S. HAMMOND, Manager. A Meal Without Meat VEGETARIAN CAFETERIA" 259 S. Hill Street, or 622 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Calif. PURE FOODS. REAL HOME COOKING. ROOMS IN CONNECTION LNGB BATTLE SANITARIUM CREEK Savab Med". A wi pUc wdrm ytm JnuU ttw Sunt Vksikx. V my Mcdn Ra. . fcooklrt FKEL - W RAY SiMPSONi. NUo. LONG BEACH. CAL. SPECIAL LOW SUMMER RATES. THE A1TGELTJS. (European Plan.) Los Anseles. In the heart of city: cars direct to hotel from all depots. Close to all theaters, stores and public buildings. The beautiful Angelus Grill is noted the west over. Cuisine utiexcellrd.. C. C. Loomis Harry Loomlg. Props. ;hollenbeck hotel A.: C. .SILICKBL0S ANGELES, CAL.JNO- 8- MITCHELL ' ARIZONA HEADQUARTERS. New Fire-Proofing. 500 ROOMS Re-Furnished Get Ready For rBeaeh. Cottages Today Or at least-plan your vacation at the Beach Cottage by sending for: booklet and information at once. Furnished Palm Tent Houses with all conveniences--for -light housekeeping. Perfect sewerage system. Free electric lights and water. Fine boating, fishing and driving. All kinds of sports for the whole family. It Is getting mighty warm now and you had better stop planning and decidetoday that you shall go to Santa liarhara Beac h Cottages for your vacation. Address J. L. Barker,. 319 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, Califs RADIUM SULPHUR SPRINGS Colegrore, Los Angeles. Take haths In liquid sunshine. . Drink the most radio active, curative Mineral Water In California. It revivifies and rejuvenates ke-ps you healthy and young. It sparkles and foams like CliamfKne. The Hot Bathe (lire Rheumatism, Heart. Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Blood and Skin Trouble Constitpation, Obesity. I'oor Circulation. Malaria, Aslhma, Chronic Colds, Neu ralgia. S-iatica, Bright's Disease, Paralysis, Nervous and Spinal liseajjes. Alco holism. Maks skin velvety, hair glossy; stops hair falling out. Clironie cass cured. Physician in cliarse. Water by bottlt; or case. Send for booklet. Take "Melrose Av." cars via Broadway, dirert to Springs: 5c fare. BIMINI HOT SPRINGS HOTEL Los Angeles. The most curative treatment known for rheumatism. Beautiful scenery; cool ocean breeze. Hot mineral water in every room; no nois, no dust, no tips. Street cars to door. Pamphlets at office or by writing lr. W. Trip. Medical Sap't. FOLLOWS' CAMP The gem of the mountain retreats only four hours from Los Angeles In the heart of giant mountiins that shut out the world.: Splendid trout fishing and hunting; god saddle horses; invigorating air; grand scenery every convenience; wholesome home cooking; finest vacation place in Southern California. For de scriptive bolder. R. M. Follows. Azusn. Home phone "Aziisa" 5-'3i. LOST Rheumatism and SI-miuh h troubles. FOUND Health and happiness at Murrieta Hot Springs, Murrieta, Cal. America's finest Sulphur Mud Baths and Swimming Pool. Booklet at information bureau, or by writing. Ti Fritz Guenther, Prop. H. Guenther, Manager. 1 BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN RESORT ON MT. LOWE Just a mile alKive the sea. Am. plan, $1 per day. $la per week. Choice of rooms, In hotel or cottnges. Spend a vacation 5tio ft. above sea. among great pines and oaks. For information, IX A. Munger, Gen. AgL Pacific Electric R. R., Los An- Reles, or Republican ofneo. ill 1 1 1 I It 11 I H"H"l"M"l - SANTA CATALINA ISLAND. Season 1909. - . , . Free Camp Ground, with water. Great Canvas City. Good hotel accommodations. Porter's- Catalina Marine Band. - Great Fishing Tournaments. Boating, Bathing, Golf. Tennis, Coast Excursions, etc Write for folder giving complete information. Banning Co., 104 Pacific ElecL BIdg, Los Angeles, CaL Tlil HHlllll H imi'lllIM MAKE YOUR HOME WITH US. THE HOTEL LEO 410 Eddy St, San Francisco. Affords the best of accommodations with or without board at .very reasonable rates. We are catering to the Interior trade and once you stop with us you will always do so in the future. . WE AIM TO PLEASE. BAY CITY A High Class Beach , Town. Fifteen hundred-foot pier: dancing pavilion: safest surf baUiing on the coast; no undertow; still water bathing and boating; good fishing; first-class hotel now open; no railroad tracks to cross to reach ocean front; only 4a minutes from Los Angeles on Pacific Electric -Everything ready for summer riaitors. Te otter special inducements to home builders. SEE OUR BUNGALOW CITTT Successor o Tent City. Neat, modern bungalows on ocean front for rent at moderate prices. BATSIDE LAND CO., P. A. Stanton, President, BAY CITY. CAL. LADIES "I FIT THE FACE." I do not put a round hat on a round face. I do not put an angular hat" on an angular face. Let m have your order. Come or send description of yourself. A very . large line . to . select from. I carry a complete stock . the year round. MME. DOSCH. 326 S. Hill, Los Angeles, Cal. ' Phone A-SuIM. - . . .rJi GO TO C0R0NADO BEACH, CAL. EACH SANITARIUM METHODS Santa Barbara ".ajarHivflMJeJH. .li"ii,Jiii,iUirXlinTwl. iHi"'H7ii;.i,iiiiii..Jmi.,i;iiiiiiiuiiuiu'iiiiii)Hi t 1 rH"K"H"H"M"r-'M' 1111 lUIMf ! ! l"t"M M t ! I 11 I I I I 1 t 1 H SEATTLE HOTELS SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. I , 1 n "12 Stories of Hotel Savoy fi Co Concrete, steel and marble. In heart of city. 210 room. 135 hatha. ' Eng lish Grill. 1100 up. LOW SUMMER RATES HOTEL ROBINSON, San Olego.' " Largest and best hotel. KM) outside rooms. 70 private baths. Table the very best Moderate priced cafe. Universally conceded to be the most healthful resort In California. 185 feet above the sea. No dampness, chilly winds or fog. High, dry and healthy. Overlooking the city, bay and miles of ocean. Special rates by week or month. Street cars from all part of city pass door. BEAUTIFUL OCEANSIDE San Diego Crfunty. EL SAN LUIS REV HOTEL By the Sea. Safest surf bathing. Am. plan. 112.00 per week up. li. T. Blake Sc. Sons, Props. ,H i ih 11 I II II I U .. 1 H ! "Stratford Inn" - DEL' MAfC CAU T Temperature at noon - July 9, 66. Finest bath house on the coast. I L. E. FELLOWS, Mgr. f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ni ii i n 1 1 1 n i in i BYRON SPRINGS Guarantees to cure rheumatic gout and sciatica where no other organic disease exists. 2 1-2 hours from San Francisco. Buy tickets and check baggage direct to Byron. Cal. Delightful environment; one of California's best hotels. Address Man ager Byron Hot Springs Hotel P. O., Cal., for booklet. RUDDER'S CAFE AND GRILL ROOM 3rd and D Sts., San Diego, Cat, I In the Union building, makes a specialty or tne pest in tne market at popular prices. . Beer. Wine or Ale served with meals. HARRY RUDDER, Proprietor. HOTEL CORONA Corner 7th & Broadway, LOS ANGELES, CAL. . Furnished rooms, single and en suit. . Rates moderate. Central loca tion. Quiet and refined. Street cars from all depots. MRS. MASSON. The Noted Palmist of London,"' Eng., may be consulted at 322 S. Spring St. (over. Qwl Drug Stor), Los Angela, Calif., by those desiring careful, con scientious and reliable hand readings from one of the foremost Palmists of the day. High class patronage solicited. Hairdressing, Manicuring, Shampooing. Combings bought and made to order. FACE AND SCALP TREATMENT. M. S. McDonald. Two entrances: - - - - 4522 South Broadway. '. - 22 West Fifth Street, Los Angelee, Cal. ' - - . . $35 SEATTLE - and back ALASKA $96 and back FROM SAN FRANCISCO 'rxcLrniso berth and meals BIG NBW SII1P8- BEST VACATION 19 BY" SEA Send for Free Folders of Vacation Trip. See more in butter way for Us money. C D. Dun no. C P. A. Pacific Coast Steamship Co. 112 Market St, San Francisco HONOLULU Beats Them All fur tailing, surf- and bck $ 1 10, First Clan I txatinr surf-boisrd .-i ,, asm. riding, seabathing, swimming and aquatic spurts; fcshin. base bull. tcnnU, golf, autumobiling. Moat at tractive spot m entire roettd the world toor. Five and one-half days from San Francisco by S.S. 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Rev. Thos. J. Conaty, D. O. " Equipped with every modem convenience and in charge of skilled graduate nurses. Terms - Artistic Photographs $1.50 per dozen up, at 1 HARTSOOK'S STUDIO . 228 Mercantile Place, , Los Angeles Cal. j