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Several Weddings—The Tournament of
Fabadbna, Dec. 28.—The marriage of
Mr. Ray Hutchina and Miss N. Crowley
took place at the residence of the
bride'e parents, In Los Angeles, yeeter
day, in tbe presence of a fee- intimate
frienda Uom Loa Angelea and tbia city.
The ceremony waa performed by Rev.
Dr. Conger of the Unlveraaliat church of
thiacitv, Mr. Burt Hutchina, brother of
the groom, acting aa beat man, and Mies
Bickneil aa bridesmaid. The reaidence
waa handsomely decorated in honor of
tbe event, which was a moat pleasant
one throughout.
The preaenta, which were both numer
ous and valuable, included several from
absent friends In tbe north and east.
Mr. Hutchina is among our moat pro
rreaaive business men, and his many
mentis join in wishing himself and
young wife a very happy future.
The newly married couple will be
at home to friends after January 10 b,
at their reaidence on South Loa Rubles
Officers of tbe coming tournament ot
rosea announce everything progressing
splendidly, and all that is aaked for is
• clear day to make tbe festival
tbe moat aucceaaful event of ita
kind ever held in Southern California.
One important change haa been made
in tbe programme at tbe track. The
trotting racee have been changed to
team events, and those having driving
teams which they would like to enter
should do co as coon aa possible.
It ia tbe wiab of the committee that
I buaineea men generally decorate their
establishments on New Yeai's .day, giv
, ing the town a genuine holiday appear
The parade will of course be one of the
' chief attractions of the day, and the
various prizes for the beat decorated turn
out promise to be hotly contested for.
:It is suggested that floral' arches be
' ereoted across Colorado street along the
line of march, which could be put up • <
Entries in tbe various field events are
, coming in rapidly, and this part of the
, programme is an aaaured success.
Arrangements have been inn ie to
' serve lunch on tbe grounda, co that vis
itors will not be obliged to return lor
Those expecting to enter tbe parade
will confer a favor by notifyin« the
i'o intuit tee at their headquarters, 52 East
Colorado street, so that proper arrange
ments may be made.
Reserved seats may be secured by ap
plying to members of tie committee.
The marriage of L. D. Bacon of this
city and Margaret B. Moore of South
l'assdena took place in Los Angelee
yesterday, Key. G. McMillan of the
t'nion Avenue Methodist church offi
, Both parties have many friends in
this city and in the east wno will learu
of their marriage with much pleactue.
The newly married couple will take
a short trip, and be home to friends at
their residence in South Pasadena after
January Ist.
The ladies' central committee of the
Young Men's Christian association will
give the annual New Year's reception
;to the members and friends, both ladies
and gentlemen, on Monday evening at
7:3U, in Strong's hall. There will be a
musical and literary programme, and a
pleasant, social time. Everybody is
welcome, especially strangers. The
ladies will spare no pains to make this a
pleasant season.
The members of the ladies' central
committee will please meet in the read
ing room of the association, on Friday
tfternoon at 2:30, to arrange for tbe
Three vags were cent to the county
Jail for five days each by Justice Mer
tiam today.
The Katie Putnam compsDy gave a
very creditable performance at the opera
bouse this evening,
John F. Graham, aged 78 years, died
kt his home in Soutb Pasadena today,
the funeral will be from the residence
on Sunday next. The hour will be an
hounced later.
The marriage of Frank T. Sperrow and
Miss Electa E. Sprague took place at the
Christian parsonage, North Raymond
avenue, yesterday. Rev. T. D. Garvin
Officiating. Both the young people are
well known in this city, and have many
Iriends here.
An open installation of ofScera was
held in Crown Chapter, H, A. M., last
•Toning, attended by a large number of
members of tha Masonic fraternity and
their famines.
Past High Priest A. M. Collis acted as
nstalling officer, and after the ceremony
in elegant past officer's medal was pre
ented him by F. J. Jones on behalf of
he lodge.
Should lie Arrested.
The rorui.Aß DsMAND.-Who/ What should
be arrested.' All excessive nervousness, dysnen
lla, headache, dlzzluoss, sleeplessness, lieural
kla. nervous debility, dullness, coutiisiou of
Inind, nervous prostration, etc. They should
lie arrested or stopped before they develop into
I condition that can but re:.ult fatally Kor
lhi« purpose no remed- jequals Dr. Mills' Resto
rative Nervine, the di hyery of the renowned
Ipcciallst, whose rem, \es are the wonder of
U>e civilized world. 1 Vine is sold by (.' H
fiance, 177 N. Spring, t * positive guaranteo
ufc for his book free. | X
i Horae blankets and lap rotww, Fn'n old r e .
Uiue aafdjery house, 310 N. Los An*:!*.
■nglneer T. ft, Milton Severely Hart.
Svmta Ana, Dec. 28.—As engine No.
3-1 of tbe San Diego freight waa nearing
AHbo awitob, about three milee aonth of
Santa Ana, tbia afternoon, something
got wrong with tbe lubricator and it
would not work properly. Engineer T.
K. Milton, who waa in charge, climbed
out of the cab and waa working hia way
around to the disordered piece of ma
chinery with a view of repairing it,
when hia foot clipped and be fell to the
ground. Aa coon aa the train could be
stopped and backed to where Milton was,
he was picked op and found to be se
verely injured about the head and
shoulders. He was brought to the sta
tion at thin place on the freight and
sent to Dr. Bell's office In this city for
It was found upon examination that
Milon'a aboulder was dislocated and he
had several bad cuta about tbe face, es
pecially around the left eye.
He was in an insensible condition
when picked up.
Milton's residence is Lob Angelea. He
is resting easy and will probably ba able
to go into Los Angelea on tbe late train.
Tax Collector Freeman euma up the
tax delinquency of atate, county and
city aa lollowa:
The amounts are: Real estate,
$4764.48; pereonal property, $741 42;
total, $5605.90. The total amount due
waa about $80,000, ao that the delin
quency ia not very large.
Mont Chubb baa reaigned the office of
marshal of the city of Orange.
County Clerk Brock in still grinding
out marriage licenses. Today be issued
one to Samuel Sollenberger, aged 30,
residence Loa Angelea, to- wed Hattie
McWeaver, aged 27, residence Orange.
J. H. Greely, county superintendent,
haa been re-elected secretary of the
State Teachera' association, which ia in
session at Stockton.
Tbe Tun tin orange crop ia eetimated at
350 carloads by those who are poated.
The following eatimate baa been made
of tbe orangea pledged to the Orange
Growers' association of Orange county :
Anaheim, 45 carloads; Villa Park, 50
carloads; Brookburet, 40 carloads; Pla
centia, 120 car loads; Tustin, 65 carloads;
Orange, 65 carloads.
At the laat meeting of the Orange
county fruit exchange a contract made
by Secretary Cargill waa ratified with
the Saginaw Lumber company of Ari
zona, for 150,000 orange boxea at 12>£
cents per box, delivered in Orange
county, tbe first delivery to be made on
February 1, 1894; quality of material to
be equal to any on the market; terma,
60 days, with 2 per cent off for cash.
S. H. Pendleton, a capitalist from
Deming, N. M., is. in the city and haa
concluded to locate amongst ua. Mr.
Pendleton haa decided that Santa Ana
ia a ■ od place to go into business in,
Stocl o: lumber laid down on theSoutb
ern Pacific switch, just north of tbe
Messrs. Palmer and families arrived
in Santa Ana last evening and are the
gueata of Mr. O'Brine, of the Semi-
Tropic. They came from Monroe coun
ty, Mo., and will locate in the Santa
Ana valley.
As it becomes known that your cor
reapondent baa prepared some statistics
for the New Year'a number of tbe
Hurali), concerning the products of
Orange county, there are ordere left for
extra papers to be sent to frienda in the
There ia no better way of advertising
Southern California than to send thiß
number of the Herald back to your
eastern friends. Be sure and secure one,
for the supply will not last very long.
Everybody will be surprieed when they
see what a wonderfully productive coun
ty we have, and we are almost the
At about 4:30 p. m. four persona con
fined in the city jail made their escape,
having cut a hole through the aide of
the brick wall large enough to allow
their bodiea to pass through. The men
who escaped are Grimes, who was con
victed of burglary and awaiting sen
tence; Jos Carter and Roch, held to
appear for cutting open the city jail,
and Lee, the man who waa convicted of
petit larceny.
The escaped prieoners were seen a few
minutes alter they escaped, going down
Main street. The officers are in pursuit
and it ia thought will overtake them.
Good Crops Assured by the Plenteous
Downey, Dec. 28.—The rains com
menced on Friday, with a hard shower
on Saturday night and on Sunday show
ers till noon, when a hard blow came
from the westward with an evening's
Dr. Duncan, the presiding elder of the
Methodißt Episcopal church Soutb, held
service at their cburcb, but a very small
audience was present on Sunday.
The Baptist and C. P. churches had
Cbrietmaß trees on Saturday evening,
and the Methodist on Monday night. All
went off pleasantly and many little
hearts made glad.
Miss Clara De Nitre arrived here from
Arizona to spend Christmas with rela
C. Benbrook. Will Ardis, Gus Harter,
Mr. Morris, J. H. Strine, Mr. and Mrs
Pemberton, Mia. Beckwith and family,
with many others came home to eat
Christinas dinner.
A telephone message called Prof. Lar
key up to .Santa Paula, whore Mr. J. M.
Bryant,, father 01 Mrs. Larkey, had
been very low for two weeks and on
Tuesday passed away ;he waa 63 yeara
old. Prof. Larkey left on the afternoon
train for Hanta Panla.
Public inatailation of the officera of
the Masonic order waß held in their
hall on Wednesday, the 27tb, St. John's
day; T. H. Ward installing the officers.
S. K. Woodward of Gardena passed
through town on bis way to South Riv
erside, where he is farming aome 000
A private C'-''tmns tree was erected
and a San a CI vieited it, at Mr.
Charles Sitiitl'i, fo 'he benefit of Mies
Klma Scott her fr •-.
No Chrislni . W Yei table should
be without a boute of . aiej .i t's Angostura
Bliters, the world renown. . « .petizer of ex.
•unite flavor. Bswarouf coun.erliitj.
Masonlo Installation—Death of Mrs.
Santa Monica, Deo. 28.—The Southern
Pacific'e landacape artiat keepa beauti
fying the grounda between the two de
pota here, his plana for their ornamen
tation developing daily.
The rain baa cleared and we are en
joying once more our usual good weath
er. The total rainfall for the season to
date is 5.50 inches. Tbe atmosphere in
sharpened by the snows in tbe adjacent
mountain*- hut the sky ia faultlessly
Tbe dwellers at tbe canon have been
the only sufferers from the late rains,
they having swollen the stream so that
it waa feared at one time that they
would have to move out. The Jones
management has agreed to remedy any
damage done.
The long looked forward to public in
stallation of Santa Monica lodge No.
307, F. & A. M., took place Wednesday
night at Masonic hall, when the follow
ing officers were installed by Past Master
W. T. Gillis: N. R. Folsom, W. M.
(second term); H. W. Keller, S. W.; J,
E. Dunham, J. W. ;E. J. Vawter, Treaa.;
0. H. Thomas. Bee.; Rev. J. M. Merlin-
Jones, chaplain; E. Emerson, marshal;
Prof. Nathan F. Smith, 8. D.: G. B.
Dexter, J. D., and S. F. Carpenter,
tyler. At the close of the installation
ceremonies Pact Maater Le Roy D.
Brown presented the worthy master
who has so ably wielded tbe gavel a
past master's jewel, in which was in
scribed: N. R. Folsom, 1893, Santa
Monica Lodge No. 307, F. & A. M.
At the close tbe following literary and
musical programme was enjoyed:
Overture—Soldier*' Home orchestra.
Address—Judge T. R. Owens.
Vocal selection- Miw Grace Remington
Recitation—Tom Barnes.
ZlthTsolo-K. J. Clark. , ■
Voc*l selection, Bel Kagglo Lnsinghici, Ros
sini—Mrs. L, P. Oolletta. Kncore: Devoted Ap
Recitation. Thoughts for a Discouraged
Farmer and O'Grady's Ghost—Tom Barnes.
Vocil bolo—Foley Parker.
Vocal selections—Miss Qrace Remington
Instrumental—Soldiers' Home orohestra.
eong -Foley Farker.
Vocal solos -Mrs. L. P. Collette.
The rendition of the programme wbb
ao well done, all the talent deserve spe
cial mention, Judge Owens's addresß
being masterly and full of epigrammatic
Masonic truths. Tbe singing of Miss
Davia; inimitable recitations of Tom
Barnes, who is always good ; exquisite
playing on the zither by Mr. Clark, and
character singing by Foley Parker, were
all good; but it remained : Mrs. L. P.
Collette, Santa Monica's favorite, to take
tbe large and enthusiastic house com
pletely by storm, many of tbe house
remembering her when she was Misb
Kate Hodge, and lived here, charming
all by the melody of her girlish voice,
which haa ripened into one of exquisite
tone and range.
The ladies of the Eastern Star served
refreshments and tbe entertainment was
brought to a close by a dance. It was
dience of our beat people to listen sftTd
enjoy it.
Santa Monica lodge was organized on
June 17, 1891, with 16 members, Le Roy
D. Brown being master. After Bix
months of hard work under dispensa
tion, the charter came, and W. T. Gillie
made the capable installing officer last
night, was elected to sit in tbe East,
followed by N. R. Foison, for a second
term. The lodge has grown to 55 mem
bers, and haa a reputation of high order
among the brethren of tbe craft.
The death of Mra. Charlotte A.
Vawter, wife of M. D. Vawter, at her
late reaidence on Fourth street on
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, was
an irreparable loss to the entire com
munity, to the church ahe loved ao well,
and to her hußband and six children,
who will ever remember tbe absent loved
one. She was born in Massachusetts,
but spent tbe best part of her life in
Indiana, where she met and married her
buaband, coming to South California 18
years ago with him, and has lived here
ever since. The was a quiet, unostenta
tious Christian mother, wife aud lady,
who by the sterling character of
her virtues endeared all hearts to her.
She had passed the 74tb mile stone on
life's journey, and in her demise there
is the closing of a fine round and com
plete life of "good to all and malice to
none." The funeral will take place to
day at 10:30 a.m., from her late resi
dence, interment taking place in God's
acre here beside the sea.
C. B. Scott and family have moved to
the Palms.
The San Mateo is expected at the wharf
on Saturday with a load of coal.
Ia it possible to acquire in five weeks
a practical knowledge of German?
Rev. W. H. Knowlton, rector of St.
James Episcopal church, writes:
Paso Rohles, Oct. 16, 1893.
Four weeks ago I knew practically
nothing of the German language. Then
I began a course of study with Professor
Zimmerman, using the natural method.
The result is that I now find myself in
possession of what might be called a
fair working knowledge of the language.
That is, I can easily make myself un
derstood when among Germans, for the
expression of any need that is likely to
occur, I can understand fully the speech
of the ordinary German business and
folk life conversation and I can read
with lacility the news of the day aa
printed in the German newspapers.
On Friday next Professor Zimmer
man will give a free lecture with trial
lesson on the Berlitz method of study
ing German at Caledonia hall. 119U
South Spring Btreet. Attend either at
at 1:30, 3or 7:30 p. m. Circulars with
full details at Cumminga', 120 South
Spring atreet, or Brown'a, 111 North
Spring atreet. Classes open January 2d.
Served Them Klght.
At the Creamerie, 12t> North Main street, you
can be served daily with a regular dinner from
11:30 a.m until Bp.m., all for 25 oents. Shirt
order meals served at any hour for 10 eenu up.
This place is no!> under a new ownership and
management, A crew of girl waiters has
been put in. Remember our regular Sunday
turkey dinner for 25 cents, served from 11:30
a.m until 8 p.m.
Georue D. Lowkb, Prop.
Fir* Insurance Bates Keduoed.
Independent of the "compact," Bee Busker
vll'e, 218 North Main (Laufranco buiidiutrl and
save money.
Use German Family Soap.
The City Trustees' Meeting I —Local News
Pomona, Dec. 28.—The city trustees
had a meeting on Tuesday night at
7:30 o'clock in the city hall, a full board
being present.
Tbe matter of a portion of street be
tween Eleventh and Buena Vista, was
again postponed.
Tbe matter of an alley in the western
part of the city wan referred to the street
W. R. Rowland andG. Mirande asked
to be released as sureties upon the
Francis & Whitton liquor license bond.
Judge J. C. Tonner held that the city
council could not do so, hence the mat
ter was referred to the city attorney,
and the whole thing deferred until the
next meeting.
A franchise granting the right ot way
to C. G. Baldwin and assigns for the
constructing of an electric railway from
Second street along Garey avenue to
Holt avenue; thenceeaeton said avenue
to San Antonio avenue; thence north
u n Sftn Antonio avenue end on towards
the east, and north to Claremont, wbb
read, slightly amended, and goee over to
the next meeting, at which it will be
finally disposed of by tbe board.
City Clerk Garthside was instructed
to advertise for bids for sprinkling 35
feet of Geary avenue from Second to
Holt, and then the latter to its intersec
tion with San Antonio, the understand
ing being that President Baldwin bid
$300 a year for two years, expecting of
course tbe duccessors of the present
board to contiuue the contract for their
term or until at least a term of 10 years
Io tbe discussion of tbe deed from tbe
Pomona Land and Water company con
veying park and grounds to city, tbe
city attorney wan instructed to insert a
clause by which authority would be
given the city to lay pipes and convey
water throughout said grounds.
The city marshal was empowered to
purchase necessary bedding, cover, etc.,
actually required in the city jail,
Board then adjourned to meet again
next Tuesday evening.
W. J. Kessler has sold bis acres
north of the Packard ranch, in the vicin
ity of Lordsburg, to John Keller for the
sum of $2000.
There was also a sale of some 12 acres
ot Chino land made yesterday afternoon
by Pomonans.
R. M. Thnrman, jr., and a daughter
of one of Pomona's oldest merchants,
Mr. V. Debruner, were married last
A. I. Stewart baa cold his interest in
the family grocory business to hia part
ner, Mr. Sibley.
Mr. D. Hawkins, who has lately re
turned from tbe mining district east of
Mojave, has an ounce and a quarter
nugget found there.
It is reported by several of those who
have returned from that camp, and by
letter from those still there, that in
digging down for bedrock it is not in
frequently the case that very nice nug
gets are found ;and that sfter it is reached
an occasional individual will get from
$50 to $80 a day. But the general advice
after all given by these men is, that as a
hundred will get nominally nothing,
while the very few make "finds" it is
more sensible to remain at home; they
further etate I bat there is more or less
sickness from some cause or other among
all those who have gone to that region.
There will be a special service on Sun
day morning at the Baptist church—an
old (oiks' meeting, old hymns and the
old style tunes. Morning service will be
by the pastor, Rev. E. R. Bennett; but
the evening sermon will be by Arthur
.-i Mon >/id|.m.iijh >.t.t. mill ii ■ i
Grandma Fears, who has been very
sick for some three weeks, although still
confined to tbe bed is reported better.
Rev. Ada Bowlet preaches on Sunday
at McComas hall on the Reckoning of
New Year's Day, in the morning; at
night on Peace Among Men.
The students of Pomona college are
now publishing a neat weekly paper—
The Student Life.
An Impressive Storm—Local and Per
sonal- Notes.
!.<ink Beach, Dec. 28.—The sun on
Wednesday morning rose upon a tninul
tnous sea, the usually peaceful ocean
showing, aa far as the eye could reach,
a restleea stretch of foam-capped, lead
colored billowa, which dashed upon the
beach in clouds of spray, throwing huge
masses of kelp high upon the sand,
while flocks of sea lowl skimming with
shrill cry above the wave crests harmon
ized with its teen peat-tossed sublimity.
The verdict of our oldeet inhabitant
that tbe wind atorm waa the worst he
ever knew here was not doubted by any
who listened to Old Boreas whistling
and shrieking through tree tops and
around buildings on his wild rush in
land, with now and then a thunder clap,
an echo, as it were, to his effort. Sev
eral of the small boats broke from their
moorings at the pier, but landed on the
beach without damage.
The rain has been of great benefit to
this section, and farmers are now all
busy ploughing.
Mr. Templin of Denver, Colo., and
Mr. Kimball of Los Angeles visited Ala
mitoa Heights on Wednesday.
The Misaea Charles, sisters of our
townsman, John Charles, have pur
chased lot 5 in block O, Alamitos.
Mr. I'M lis has sold to A. M. Snow of
Wisconsin, the east 10 acrea of block 37,
Alamitoa Heights. This land was pur
chased by Mr. Ellis leas than one year
ago and Bet to lemon treee. The price
paid by Mr. Snow waa |300 per acre.
We are informed that Mr. Snow intends
building upon the land at once.
Mr. Cullon, who alao owna land on
Alamitoß Heights, is building a cottage
on his tract. The cottage is located on
the north %of lot 23, block —, on Sum
mit road and commands a moat beauti
ful viow ol tbe ocean.
Mr. A. Aliiea of Signal hill received
an appointmont Tueßday as the inspec
tor for thiß section. This will give great
satisfaction aa Mr. Miles ia a metier and
intends to enforce tbe law. He will see
that not only the large orchards aie
kept clear of fruit pests, but also will
have an eye to small plhces, as even a
few diseaeed trees are capable of doing
great damage. After January Ist Mr.
Miles will be prepared to have spraying
done for one tree as well as large or
Mr. and Mrs. H. Watson of Los An-
I'eies have been visiting Mrs. M. H.
Owing to the storm the Chatuauqua
circle did not meet Tuesday evening.
The same work will be taken up next
Tuesday evening, circle meeting with
Mrs. E. Terry.
Mr. K. Lord and family and J. Rich
ards and family of Cedar Rapids, la.,
are at the Seaside Inn.
'History Kepeat* Itsolf,"
Anil so docs Hood's Sarxa parillu in the remark
able cures it Is continually iiccomplirthing. Jt
you will give this medicine a lair trial it wi:l
ao you good.
■ooa't Pllla act easily, yet eadently.
The roitmatterahlp The Bear Valley
Ridi.ands, Dee. 28.—1t ia now said
that J. B. Glover will be put forward as
a candidate for the poatmaeterahip, to
succeed I. C. Height, whose term will
expire in a few montbe. Mr. Glover ia
a lifelong Democrat and a gentleman of
unimpeachable integrity, aa well aa a
capable busineas man, and would credit
ably till tbe position.
Receiver Morrison of the Bear Valley
Irrigation company declines to commit
himself regarding the prospects of F. K.
Brown succeeding in reorganizing tbe
company. Mr. Morrison says nothing
of the foture can be foretold nntil a care
fully prepared statement of the compa
ny's affairs is made.
The copious rama have made plowing
possible, and sufficient snow has fallen
on the mountains to insure an abundant
supply of water.
The Redlands Electric Light and
Power company ia preparing to intro
duce heating and cooking appliances
shortly. H. H. Sinclair has just re
turned from tbe east, where hie special
mission was to study those branches of
electrical inventions which relate to
domestic use. Evidently the day is
near when the power of Mill creek will
be used extensively in Redlanda resi
Prof. C. N. Andrews ia hard at work
preparing to give Ban Bernardino
county a goodahowing at the midwinter
(air. He reports tbe awakening of a
great deal of interest.
Tbe display at the citrus fair this year
will be uncommonly good, even for Red
lands, if tbe people take tbe interest
which now seems pr*bable.
Lines aie already being drawn for the
city election in tbe spring. It begins to
look as though tbe dividing line this
year would be on tbe question of tbe
taxation of water plants and on water
rates. For a number of yeara there has
been a wry general complaint that the
Domestic company doea not bear itb
portion of taxes, but that its rates are
excessive. This feeling has grown with
the growth of the company's business,
and the indications now are that even
tbe saloon question will be subordinated
next spring to the selection of truetees
who have no pecuniary interest in tbe
Domestic company.
La grippe, which a week ago seemed
epidemic, appeals to be loosening its
hold on the people, and the general
tendency of the public health seems im
The following excursionists arrived
yesterday by the overland Banta Fe
route in charge of Cbae. C. Williams,
excursion agent:
O. I. Upham, B. A. Ganyon and wife,
W. L. Cbipman, E. A. Chipman, E. 8.
Moore and family, J. E. Hunting and
wife, Boston; B. Brady, E. T. Merrill,
James Wylie, Bangor, Me,; H. Hamdin,
W. L. Fear, Boston; 0. H. Briggs, Wor
cester; William Irvine, A. Gill, Mrs. E.
J. Bell, Miss Vera Fasa, Miss Maria
Fans, Mrs. M. B. Fasa, L. B. Bateß
and wife, S. T. McKenzie, Toronto;
Miss Amy Nesbitt, S. Maloney and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Ohria Toole, Bos
coe Tebbetts,. M. Bomini, B. B. Palmer,
Mrs. Dora Palmer, Mrs. Jennie Palmer,
Miss Goldie Palmer, Miss Bertha
Palmer, Fred Palmer, Morris Palmer,
E, 8. Baymond, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Fletcher, Mies Beatrice Morgan, Mibs
Alice Morgan, Miss Clara Morgan, Miss
lola Bever, Miss Boea Bever,
Miss Nettie Keller, Mr. C. W. Zimmer •
man, Mr. Wm. Beeßett, wile and son,
Mrs. B. W. Beach and daughter, Mr.
Mr. Nathan and Martha A. Hodson, Mr.
Enoch and Catharine Carter, Mre. Hel
lingsr, Mrs. Mary Oysburg, Mrs. Emma
Surs, Mr. John Brown, Mr. Geo. Curtis,
Piqua, 0., Mr. W. A. Brown and wife.
Catallna Island.
Avalon Home open for guests at low
ratea for the winter.
Is the Great Life Giver.
tSjaflßnsjßJlll. ¥T I" ! "K R builds up,
refreshes, invigorates nil
Jgf£rfff exhausted organs of the
mfyFJ body. It is the great
anT vegetable vitalizer thut
destroys the germs of
Ljafisy V_ that insidious disease
which has wasted tho
strength of our young
There are hundreds of
.« young and middle iiged
men whose nerve force
are declining, who suffer from debilitating
dreams and those ills which follows from ex
cesses and over indulgences in early life.
CUPIDEXF, will give you back your life.
You will be as powerfully strong after its use us
you are now purieni ly weak.
Arc you in a premature enn
fc«L dition? trriimtvr. win
tfl/{\ pfo P tl'fs waste in tifoxtnight or
JBa.fi V n three weeks.
Jmpotcncy, sterility, mental
Slitf'L Vi sm incapacities are quickly cured
/fy~£rLW nu<l speedily re-
nioyed by tliouse
cures Lost Man- g%L<ilt I \
hood. Loss of Tlrnin Power, Con- I#S#l; Jt )
sumption of theHruin (parelses), jE**SBrA.
Sleeplessness, Lack of Power.diz. J Y-unaV
si nets Pains in the Back. Nervous A L*-~&t
Prostration, Nervous Debility, JpAkiM
V'ai Icocele,Constipation and « ill r«B|r
surely bring buck tho lost power KH
of man.
Prostatitis carries off our
Uxi>l young into middle-aged men.
jjf&J Enlarged prostate glund needs
R QUfettagyet powerful reme-
dial agent. Such is cl'l'l-
de>,e - r»o Cl'PlDENKonrt
ifSI ra>*/fi\ avoid a dangerous operation.
/lir \M Guarantee in writing given
// /vVA\ W Rn ' l *»on*y returned if per
lir) I' \ 1/S m ancnt cure Is not effected by
■•» / I \tt> six boxes. (liiaratitre sent
• ' with mail orders just tho
tin--nine Hsl.lHl a box, «
boxes for s.Voo l»y mail. 6,000 Testimo
nials. Send for free circularsand testimonials.
Address all mail orders to
P. O. Box 3070, San Francisco, Cal
C H. Hance, agen', 177-179 N. Spring st.
flic Celebrated French Cure,
Warranted 11 ADUDftMTEME " or money
to cure ftrnnUUIMNC refunded.
fig 801.1) ON A
to cure any form of mL> $
nervous diseaso or /f
anydisorderof the >»—
generative organs ' , '' r^ji
of either be :, / S* h £''■'*/■
whether arising./ •/te}-/fl6r
„.;TTr,- " from the excessive'
BEFCRE use of Stimulants, AFTER
Tobacco or Opium, orthrough youthful indtsere.
tion. over indulgence, Ac., such as Loss of Brain
Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains in thf j
back, seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Pros
tration, Nocturnal Emissions, I«ucorrhres, Dis
eine-s, Weak Memory, Loss of Power nud lmpo
tency, which if reelected often lead to premature
old nge and Insanity. Price $1.00 a box, 6 boxes
for Xfi 00. Sent by until on teeeipt of price.
A WRITTEN GUARANTEE is given for every
ITi.OO order received, to refund tho money if a
pfrwia7w«l cure is not effected. We have thou
sands of testimonials from old and young, of
both sexes, who have been permanently cured
bytheuseof Aphriiditlne. cm itlnrfreo. Address
Western Branch. Box 27, Portland, Ox.
•o'.il by it. M. SALE & SON, i>ruggi«;a lti.o
*. bprlug at., i,'js Aug .■!•_• , C.ii.
S\ - It isn't
/T7 tfXhe Same As,"
i X
/ ter what any grocer may tell you
/^ I J about any imitation of Pearline
/ \ \r ma^cs I^or e niooey on it, oi
V \py I 4 course—but do you warrfcto ruin youi
II V) I / 1/ clothes for his profit. SSame of th<*
\l / \ Jo i mitat i° ns of Pearline ara eo?d at ».
m\ ~j/ \) /z3 lower price, naturally. They ought to
ft /XtX c cllea P cr ' *° r they're Boras good.
>//[ yf Some of them are dangerous, and would
V*-X be dear at any price. None of them is
equal to Pearline, the original washing compound, which
saves more work in washing and cleaning than anything else
that doesn't do harm. Pearline is never peddled, and it
offers no prize packages. Every package is a prize in itself.
Get it from some good grocer. 3:1 j/vmes pyle, New York.
241 S. MAIN ST., ROOMS 1, 3, 3 AND T.
Begular graduates, legally licensed, BPICIA.XJ3TB WITH YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 1 to Ike
treatmeui ol Chronic, Nervous, Skin aiid Blood Iji-eases, Consultation free and Invited. A
Inendly talk or opinion Costa you nothing. Mudiclne sent by mall or express everywhere,
securely packed from ob-ervation. Curab.e dti-eas»s guaranteed. Where doubt exists It Is
frankly statcu. Hour., »to :t aud 7to S p.m. Sunday, 10 to 12,
"WIT I? \TC\I TQ OrtrauiC Weakness, I Arising from Indiscretion, Excess or
ll J!iJ\ V \J U l 3» ,i in >■ Indulgence, producing some of the fol-
J-* ■ vww *alhlip; Memory, \ lowine effects: Nervousness. Debility,
T\TpT)TT TT'"V7" Lack of Vf,m vtrv I Dimness of Sight, Sell Distrust, Defec-
II Kjjl X. l I V }f LK .° r *j"' tivo Memory. Pimples on the Face,
•*"* ' ' ' Physical Decay. I Aversion to Ihe Society of Females,
Lo\s of Amliitlou, Lack of Confidence, Gloominess, Despondency, Barrenness, Unfitness to
Marry, Melanchoiy, Dyspepsia, Lost Muihood, l J ains In the Back, Varicocele, treated with suc
cess—safely, privately.
T>T d~\f~\T\ A TVTTa C*T7"s"rVT Diseases, all farms eetlng Body, Nose or
W% I A it. 1 1 J A l\ I I kSJVXIN Tiiroat, Skin ami Bones. Blotches, Xrup
■*-»-»-* nous, Aciii-, EVzema, Old Sores, Ulcers,
Painful Bwellings from whatever cause, treated by means of safe, time-tried remedies.
(stiff and H« oil. ii Jutnta sriii lUi.iimstism, ihn K'imiik. at Klimhl Fuisoo, OTJRIin.
viviiviiiv i BloodvOrine carefully treated
UKKTIIAt. Sl'ltlllTUKK Permanently Cum!. Hofi-feelinc hunch of earth-like
worms, v wi-tcc. l Is oarHbln.
A SPECIALIST who cures diseases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT.
CATARRH treated by our special method—the ONLY SUCCESSFUL
No instruments, no exposure of person, scientific treatment, perfect confi
dence, years of unlimited success. Call on or address
Los Angeles Medical and Surgical Institute, 24-1 S. Main St.
10.10 * c
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that Castoria cures Colic, Constipation,
I recommend it as superior to any prescription Sour Btomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
known to me." H. A. Archer, M. D., Kills Worms,, gives sleep, and promote* d»
111 So. Osford St., Brooklyn, Jf.JX", gestion,
Without injurious medication,
"The use of 'Castoria is so universal and *'For several yearn 1 bar* recommended
Its merit 3 so well known that it seems a work your 'Castoria,* and shall always continue to
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results."'
within easy reach." .EdwinljMX,
Cuujo- JtißTin, Bj TX, 136 th Street anfTTtu Avo>»llew York City.
New York City.
Thb C'ENTjirR Company, 77 Murray Braririv'REW Tobjc Cm.
211 New High Street, Fulton Block,
Near Franklin St., grouLd door. Tel. 417.
J. M. Griffith, Pres'r. J, T. Qrifflth, V.-Prjs't,
T, E. Nichols, See'y andTreas.
E. L. Chandler, Superintendent.
J. M. Griffith Company,
And Manufacturers of
Mill Work of Ev-jry Description.
0114 N. Alameda at,, Los Augeles, ItH(
►ÜBPLUS 200,000
J. M. ELLIOTT, President,
J. D. BICKNBLL, Vicc-Pres't.
G. B. BHAFFH.R, Ass't Cashier.
J. M. Elliott, J. D. lticknell,
8. H. Molt, H. Mabury,
J. D. Hooker, D. McGarry,
Wm. G. Kfrckhoff.
Hotel Arcadia,
The beautiful Hotel Arcadia at Santa Monica
will be open throughout the year, it is to be
under a new and efficient management. It haa
been refurnished throughout with modern fur
niture, an 1 guests will ba furnished with a
faultless cuisine. Terms moderate. Santa
Monica is the queen or tbe Pacific Coast water
ing places; beauiifulsea views; agreeable win
ter climate; fine sea bathing. 12-17 lm
Cutlery, Ammunition.
All Kinds of Sporting Goods,
Fishing Tackle, Bamboo Rods, Baseballs, Mitts
und Gloves. Repairing ?.nd Choke Boring of
Shotguns a Specialty. Guaranteed or money
7-10 ly 211 N. Main St., Temple block
A"« at the SHOW WINDOW
of H. M. .-'ALU dt SON'S DRUG
STORE will convince yon that they
' lire leader* in Holiday Novelties.
Watch lor our display next week,
in. v
Jersey Institute
No Hypodermic Injection Used,
Two Weeks Required for a C'urfc
t hose having failed of a cnrjatolh-r
Institutes will be gutvranterd a cure at
the Jersey. treatmeut tM
ti'iLErno fitm
| 12-9-1 vi
t:;r. s. spring ST.
12-27 3m mon wed fri
Incubators, Boae Mills, Alfalfa Cutters.
117 East Second strett,
»•! 6b Loa Angelea,
Main Offlea: LOB AHQ ELKS.
Wholesale Yard at SAN PEDRO,
Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda
arnsa, Burbank. PlaaUjt Bill*—Lis^.,l,.

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