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Persons wanting situations, help, or wis Mng
to rent, buy or sell nrgperty, will do w. ill to
advertise in The hebai.u. __
; kTOiTC^raarL6s'AI."'.ibLESCITY W/ .TER
N" ompinv will strictly enforce the io llow
ing rules: The hours ior spririxllnr ai c be
t" cc lti and 8 o'clock a.m. and 0 and So slock
p m For a violation ot the above regal a on
the water will bo shut off and a line ot $. . will
le charged before the water will be lurne £ 1 on
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TVTIZOMATIC COMPOUND VAPOR B.»
V for the cure of diseases, both acute and
chronic: try one aud be convinced. Dr. Vi m.
Dawson treats by tho new international sys
tem of electro therapeutics in conneeuon with
his baths See sworn testimonials of mi acu
i.ous cures at office, 340 S. Broadway. 2-1 Imtf
TT.HE SAFE DEPOSIT POXES OF 'I HE SI 'ATE
I Loan and Trust ooospaliy are enclose, lina
fire-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks and brilliantly lighted with electn city;
alcoves attached tor the private examin »Uon
of valuables, with writing materials; II oung
lady in atiendaiicej * u _
Vj>.SMIN r S _ FEMAT,E PILLS AS A SPF.t OTIC
JVI month'V medicine for immediate relief
for painful and irregular rnenaet-fjom wnat
ever cause. For sale by GEO. 11. I RI'.VDIAN
CO.. 102 N. Spring st. Price, $2 per_box.
fIOK S.VLE—S3,OOO, CORNER THirRTv"
X 1 eighth and Vermont streets, LoO feet front
age. 875 deep, 4-room house, imppoyed ; w later ;
street graded. HOTCHKISS t WHTES. 221
West Fourth street e-IJ-qpt
A LADYIirVRS MAGNETIC TREATMENT
i\ for tho relief oi rheumHtisliu and neur
algia. Address MISj M. M.. box 50, tlmoffice.
ARTIES WANTING WELLS CAN HAVE
them drilled from 50 to 50u feat deep, any
size, with steam outfit, at hard times Twice*
Address C. F. MILLER, 223 S. Main st. 8-10 , t
gTTE TAYLOR SYSTEM - TH OKOUGHLY
©• taught for $S, at 433 S. HillJt. _S-12 lOt^
PAPERS IN tJirANTITIES
1 to suit, at this office.
, 12 Center place. 1-lt' 'I
ETtSONAL - COFFEE FRESH ROASTED
every day. Java and BTewba, 35c lb.: Moun
tain coffee, 20c; ti lbs Boiled Wheat, Owts,
25c; Germea, 20c; 8 lbs com Meal, 15c; 3
cans Apricots, 25c.: 6 lbs Raisin«, 25c ; 3 lbs
reaches, 25c; 22 lbs Blown Sugar, $1: 8 lbs
Beans, 25c ; Pork, Oljc; Bacon, 12! jC: 50
bars Soap, $1; Wood Palls, 15c; Brooms, 15c.;
Mason Jars. ECONOMIC STORES, 305 a
PERSONAL-RALPH BROS.-GOLD BAR
tlour. 96c; city flour, TOc.; granulated
sugar, 17 lbs., $1; brown sugar, 21 lbs., $1; ti
lbs. rolled oats, 25c: sardines, 5 boxes. 25c:
tomatoes, 2 cans, 15c.; midland collee, 25c lb;
eastern oil, 75c.; gasoline, 75c.: 4 packages
starch, 25c.; lard, 10-lb. can, 88c.; 5 lbs., 45c.
801 S. Spring St., corner Sixth.
fi'IIJOWK RMO)IN «OOD cTeCD MBTA NCES;'
W uDincumbered: stranger in city; desires
so meet lady correspondingly situated, with
view to matrimony. Full particulars and
name must accompany first letter. All letters
answered or returned in strictest confidence.
Address G. P., box 110, this office. 8-19 2t.
C~HASiHs~MARKET,' 818 s7sPRING-5 I.BR
boiling beei, 25c.: 2 lbs. ronnd steak, 15c.;
rib steak, 6c.; sirloin, tenderloin or porter
house steak, 12' 2 c.; stewing mutton, Be.; legoi
mutton, 8c; rib or shoulder chops, 2 1 t.s., 15c.
Everything else in proportion. CHASE'S
MARKET, 618 S. Spring.
YOUNG LADY WISHES TO CORRE
spond with a refined and respectable
gantleman. Address MISS E. FRENCH, Cleve
land, Ohio, general delivery. 8-19 2t
G- "LIMPSES OF AMERICA—READ THE
coupon offer today. Ii you avail yourself
of the opportunity you can easily make $20.
to order. RUSSELL MFG. CO., 143 West
Fif h St.
ATTENTION— THE WORLD HAS NEVER
SEEN HER EQUAL,
MME. DEC AMOR,
THE QUEEN OF ALL TRANCE MEDIUMS.
WONDERFUL POWER OVER DISEASE.
Mme. DeCamor is the most wonaeriul trance
medium in the world. She tells your entire
life—past, present and future—whilst in a
trance. Those engaged in any business, con
templating marriage, or who want to have
evil influences removed, should certainly cou
sult her. If you are sick, don't delay. By her
marvelous power she tells you your disease at
once, and by her wonderful remedies she is
bound to cure you. Treatment by mall always
successful. MME. DECAMOR, Nadeau hotel,
parlors 101 and 102. first floor. 7-12 3m
rs. darker" life-reapinu clair
voyant; consultations on business, min
eral locations, law suits, remova s, disease,
love, marriage, etc. Take University electric
car to Forrester avenue and Hoover street, go
west on Forrester avenue three blocks to Vine
street, second house on Vine street west oi
Vermont avenue. 3-30 ti
"V^OTICE —C. AND MRS. DR. MARTIN, THE
XN wonderful fortune tellers. They tell your
entire life; those engaged in any business,
contemplating marriage or out of employment
or traveling should certainly consult them.
Ladies 50 cents, gents $1. Open every evening
to 9 p.m. and Sundays. 241 S. Main st. 8-19 2t
RS. D. A. KIMBALL. TEST .MEDIUM ,HAS
returned: test circles Tuesday and Friday,
8 p.m.; private sittings. 236', S. Spring at.
■fkNE DAY SAVED BY TAKING
V/Santa Fe excursions to Kan
sas City, St. Louis, Chicago, New
iston Leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday- personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston ; family tourist sleepers to
Kansas City and Chicago daily. Low rates and
quickest time. Office, 139 N. Spring st. 7-lm
J" "cd'sON'S POPULAR EXCURSIONS—
every Monday, over the Rio Grande West
ern and Denver and Rio Grande Railways;
■cenic route; personally conducted; newly
upholstered. Cars through to Chicago, New-
York and Boston. Finest equipment, best
service, quick time. Office, 212 S. Spring st.
HILLIPS' PERSONALLyTx) NDUOTED EX
clusions via Southern Pacific. Rio Grande
and Rock Island routes, leave Los Angeles
every Tuesday, cross the Sierra Nevada*, pass
the entire Rio Grande scenery and make 10
pours stop at Niagara Falls, all by daylight.
Office, 13S S. spring st. 12-0 If
FATBNTH, OOPVItmHTS, KTC. g
I'Yat'eNTS FOR INVENTIONS IN ALL COUN
tries ootained, bought and sold; trade
marks, copyrights, etc., by S. J. DAY A CO..
patent attorneys, rooms 382-383 Bradbury
building, l.os Angeles, Established 1840. l-28tf
HA ZARD ATi) W N S S tfl >,6 DOWNEY BLO cK.
Tel. 347, Los Angeles. , 11-.'l It
vT-e' MANn-Ac Pore bareels, half
*t barrels and kegs ior wines, liquors, oils,
beef, fish, pork, lard, pickles, etc., etc. We
will fill ali orders promptly for either soft
wood or oak packages. Out-of-town orders
Will receive our prompt attention. L. A.
COOPERAGE CO.. 820 East First St. Tel 026.
6-28 I i
ONRAD SCHEBEB, GRANITE BITUMIN
OUS and asphalt paving. 23. W. First .st.
VQttnti i. i lm* a*Wjt*_|NASjSall.
U V ""T?NRY E. BRETT, MECHAHICAiTTtN
gineer and draughtsman. 114 X. Spring.
tlintiiroulll • s.
MISS C. STAFFER, CHIROPODIST AND
massage, 211 W. First st., opp. Nqdeau.
~/f-^NTED—AI.I. NEEDING HKU> FREE
tt employment or any Information, address
,"E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU, established )BSO.
Office, 3i9's S. Spring St.; rcsitlcnce, 451 s.
Hope st., corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone na. 5-jo 1J
M'ANfjiiwYoT'xO MAN WITH A FEW
TT hundred dollars to Invest; can secure a
first-rate position in the office of a company
located in l,os Angeles. For particulars ad
dress 1)1 SINESS, I. O. box 95, Los Angeles,
cal. B ' B _"L
/ IITY fTTeE~LA
V. bor bureau, 240 Now Htgtist.: Telephone
1183; for cooks, waiters, lion ehold help, me
chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, Manager.
ANTED—iO EXre'KCKNt'ED NEWSPA
per carriers on the Dully Morning Globe.
Inquire at former oltice oi Evening Telegraph,
New Wi son block. 8-18 St
P~ ETTY, HUMMEL & (J_., 300-302~WKST
Second st.. tel. 909. The belt employ
ment ortice iv every way in Southern Califor
nla. T-l_ If
WANTED-YOUNG M.AN TO W'ORK - FOR
TV doctor; must have $75 to $100 ca3h. Ad
dress DOCTOR, box 40, this oflice. 8 IS 3t
11' ANTED M TO AC-
It eept a good paying position with a large
corporation. 410 Sftmsojn block. 8-7 lm
No. 1110 West FtrsJ. street, a'good sales
man. i -I iL2L.
II'ANTEI)-44 MEN AT HOME ItESTAU-
T T rant, 224 S. Main. First-class meals, 15c.
7-2 V lin
11TANTED—A GIRL BORGENERALHOUBE
tf work; must give references. Apply at
No 927 Orange st. -I. -!
SITUATIONS V» ANTKD-MAI.I!.
A THOROUGLY COMPB
tt tent man, wiih yenrs of experience and
letters from former employers, horses to
handle and break; will warrant the best of
care and satisfaction guaranteed. Address L.
LEWIS, University postotßce, city. 149 7t
BY AN EXPERI-
Vi eneed man iv Uhe crockery business as
salesman or packet; t»*ti years experieuce: can
give the very best of Deferences. Address C.H.
P., box 50. this oltice. «-l(i tf
ANTED—-BY"YOirNG~MAN OF EXPERT
ence. position -ou gentleman's private
place; best oi references. Address J. 8., box
40, Herald. 8-12-7t
T T who can give tha best of references, desire
any kind oi work, eltv or country. Address
box 50 this oticc. 7-1:1 tf
81TU*T!ON» \» ATMTKO— rIM AI.K.
WANTED — SITUATION IN A GOOD
family to do coioking or general houso
work. 803 S. Hill st. Call for two days.
IVANTKU — sTfu.VPIOX BY A SWEDISH
VI girl to do general l_>use work. Address
125 S. Bunker Hill ivve. S-»i» 21..
\\T ANTED —TWO* NICE~ BUILDING LOTS,
tl between Third and Fourteenth and
Broadway and AJv-arado streets: will pay cash.
Put them down cheap ond call on RENFRO,
BROWN' & CO., 13t S. Broadway. 8-18 7t
VITANTED—W^RENT—WE HAVE A DOZEN
TV or more applicants for modern sor 0
room cottages and 8 to 10 room residences,
.louated near ciur ltine: goo-.i tenants; ii anyone
ihas such and waritild list with us vv« can find a
tenant. F. 11. "prEPER A CO.. 103 s. Broad
way. 8-10 2t
11 - A NTED—BY YOUNG MAN, FURNISHED
Vt room close in; must bo reasonable. A<i
dress E. ('., box 20. He raid. | 8-14 ti
BY RELIABLE PERSON
IT in re»irn ior confidential trust or com
panion to Jady: light work and sewing or
charge of st.veetiing: do not, object lo outside
city; references exchanged. Address M.. box
30, this oillue. _____
CHnjMtEN TO BOARD
and loaaarucl; persoaal attention to every
inlerest; reasonable terms. Address TEACH
ER, Loekbett 333, l'asadena, Cal. 1-19 St
■fITAXfEtrAT ONCE—ALL KINDS OF SEC
VV ond-ha aid furniture for spot cash; highest
prices paid., LEWIS & ALDERBON, 312 S.
Main St. Tel 1108. 1-U tf
IX* ANTED -CATTLE TO PASTURE, COLE
>\ GAARIBONj Long Beach. 819 7l
I-iOR S.U.E-3SSOO—AN~OLP ESTABLISHED
' and profitable Faloon, on the finest busi
ness corner i*i the eitJy. This is a snap ior a
Hituor man. Only $3}oo. T. J. CUDDY, 2Mb
N. Spring. S-19 3t
F~ "OR - HOUSES AND~ll0"
-tels in any part of tho city and at any price
vimwnnt; some countrvhotels. ASSOCIATED
HOTEL INVOR.UATION BUREAU, 102 South
Broadway. 8-5 tf
XQA-WVEKY NEAT AND ATTRACTIVE
business, clearing $3 a day above all
expenses; good reason for selling. Scc<his
todny. KILL!AN A LEWIS, 228. W. First st.
O"R~SALE—EST A B LISHED rBAKERY, DO
iag good business; horses, wagons, com
plete. Address AMERICAN BAKERY, Yen
tura. Qal. 7-21 lm
biTsALE-fcUOO-CIGAR STORE AND
.Mulb rooms for sale at a bargain; owner
going- east. Address OWNER, bor 40, this
office, 8-17 7t
F~olt SALE—BEST SALOON AT SANTA
Monica; owner cannot attend to it and
will sell cheap. Inquire room 5, Allen block.
ITBER i BARNARD7~227 W. SECOND ST.,
will sell out your store, lodging-house or
any branch of business quick ior cash. 8-1 lm
ffl> J r<jr- FRUIT CANDY AND CIGAR STORE;
flrxlOdoes a big business; value in stock.
BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. 8-17 tf
SALE-A GOOD PAYING BAKERY
" business; old established, good location.
Apply at 800 E. First st. 8-15 7t
FOR SALE AT POMONA —I SFJ.L THE
earth, several good business openings.
R. S. BASSETT.
PESTiAU RA~NTYobAY FOR"S3SO;~tVORTH
$5»0; sec it. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First.
n BUY A LEGITIMATE BUSINESS OF ANY
1 kind go to BEN WHITE. 221 W. First street.
O SEI.iTyOUR - Bl'SINESS PROMPTLY FOR
Z cash, go to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st
ODGING HOUSE, 40 Rbo r MS,~S2SOO. SEE
j BEN WHITE. 221 W. First St. 8-9 ti
lOST-PAIR SMALL MULES; ONE BLACK
j male mule branded M and one buckskin
iemale mule with slit in left ear; strayed
from Twenty-third and Main streets Saturday
night. Finder pleaee call at 108 South Broad
way and get reward. It
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY.
Ixians monevin anyamount on all
itinds oi collateral securities, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, mer- j
chandise, etc. Also on pianos, |
iron and steel safes, without re
moval. Partial payments re
ceived. Money quick. Business
confidential. Private office for
W. E. DeGROOT, Manager.
S-29-ly ROOMS 2, 3 and 4,114 S. Spring st
0 LOAN— AN6
country property; SJij to 8 percent net:
without delay; mortgages and bonds bought
aud Eold; loans made on personal security.
JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, broker, 220 West First
street. 0-13 tf
ONEY TO LOAN ON
elry, wahches, pianos sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds oi personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS..
2-18 1 y 402 H. Sprang st.
A GOOD INVESTMENT—A COUPONS
and dimes will secure one of the finest
worits of art In America. Read the great cou
pon offer elsewhere,
}7<OR" "SALE —A LOT OF GUARANTEED
street improvement bonds. Apply to C.
SHEERER, 387 W. First st.; office hours, 10.
10:30 a.m. 4-4 t(
LOB ItAXkr2.'i« 5.
Main st. Money to loan on first-class im
proved real estate. 6-11 tf
Money to Loan Bi7oi : oi sk-do io
$20,000. V. c. MILLER, 237 W. Firstst.
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A/fXS. DR. Al AY E
i»i and medicated baths; Invalids cared for.
1965 Park Grove st., near Estrella aye 7-31 tf
M'p.s. La gr~anr iTanway7~fo~riiEr l y~o i?
Boston, experienced masseuse; open sun
days. Room 8, 331J4 S. Spring st. B-l tf
FR EN C H "LA D V 7 M AG NET IC~~H EA L E R~,
lady attendant. 416ki S. Spring, room 10.
8-14 lm "
•LOS ANRFXES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 180!
CITY : :.l \ I E STATE
DO YOU WANT TO BI"Y', SELL OR Ex
change? Ii so apply a* my office. Some
Immense business otiivriugs in such as whole
sale houses, soda worts, manufactories, print
ing otliees, lodging house*, cigar stores, sa
loons, Iruit storos, groceries, comiuissiou busi
ness, meat markets, ct op houses, wood, coal
and feed yards, livery ritablos, etc., etc. Cheap
lots, houses and lotsn easy terms. Country
property oi every dewription trom $125 to
Read hit ads in Evening Express
aud Los Augcto* Time* To buy, sell or ex
change a business or xi ro perty apply at my
oftice, BEN WHITE, 281 V. Firatst.
J'tiM- P.FSTAURANT DOING A BIG BUSI
•!rt)Wlr neaaj steady cash trade; nloely
equipped dining rooms; large kitchen, atoa
range, etc. Kverytliing complete and in good
condition. Owners leavrng for Europe reaaon
for selling. Apply to BEN" WHITE, 221 W.
a> i AAA-ONE OF THTE LARGEST AND
I.Mrtr best paying and proarision
stores In city, withiu two-blocks of tnia office;
receipts over !K3» daily; long lease, very low
rent; good horses, wagons and everything for
the low price of $1000; sure investment.
Apply BEN WHITE, W. First St.
fibl A/v-FRUIT STORE; "POSITIVE BAR
$150—Candy, cigars, etc.; wry neat attract
ive Btore: value In stock; see tail* bargain
Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W".. First St.
RESTAURANT MFiN SEE THIS TF
?n» If t\f you want abargedn: is reailiy worth
$500; owner will sell today I«ir $35(1; location
on Spring street; very nicely oquippedl; owner
retiring from business cause of this gneat sac
rifice. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St.
dSfw-IA-WOOD, COAL, HAT, GHASN AND
eTp.ri fit feed yard; well located; valaein stock;
old established, well known place; never of
fered for sale before: a line opportunity to get
a paving business; see this at once. Apply
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First »t.
$ ..•'A—GROCERY STORE; A VTKRY NICE
abtjU little business with two nice living
rooms; reutonlv $15 a month. Apply BEN
WHITE, 221 W. First St.
fJ/»-A-PARTNER WaNTED —UN A VERY
ftrO»)U nicely equipped bar andoafe; owner
is a well know n business man and commands
a big trade; sure bargain. Apply at once lo
UKN WHITE, 221 W. First st.
a>.)AAA-IMMENSE BUSINESS OPENING—
nr—UUU Msnuiacturing business; partner
wanted: a fine chance to further extend the
same; undoubted references given ii required;
one oi the largest establishments incite; in
vestigate this; fullest inspection allow cd. Ap
ply to KEN WHITE, 221 W, First St.
<3!IA AAA-LARGE RODS WORKS.
fir IT'.UI'V $->000— Wholesale liquor house,
$2500—Partner printing office.
Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st,
ffl J 7^—CANDY, FRUIT AND CIGAR STORE;
good location; value in slock; low
rent, buildings included; bargain, ior a few
days only. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W,
All sizes, all prices and locations.
12 rooms, nicely furnished, $550.
20 rooms, transient, plain furniture, $475.
17 rooms, liiil st.; see this; $700.
8 rooms, handsome, $550.
12 rooms, corner, elegant, $950.
10 rooms, very nice, pbSO.
39 rooms, pays $150 monthly profit clonr of
all expenses, $250u.
45 rooms, very nice, $3500.
11 rooms, nicely furnished, to exchange for
house and lot, $1000.
•Jt) rooms, very nice, $950.
For full particulars of any of the above
houses apply to BEN" WHITE, 221 W. First st.
— FOR EXCHANGE
House and lot. East Los Angeles; rents at
$0 monthly: to exchange for a vacant lot
west of Main st.: value $150, tree of incum
brance. Apply to BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st.
XJICE HOUSE OF 6 ROOMS—MODERN IM-
Xv proved, nice lawns, yards, etc., lot 50x
140, in the Adams st. tract; value sfuSOO, free
oi incumbrance, to exchang* ior house and
lot closer in; will assume or pay difference.
Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St.
lOT 90X140—GOOD CORNER HOUSE OF
j 7 rooms,nicelv improved, all free from in
cumbrance, to exchange ior acreage within 12
miles irom city; price, $4000. See BEN"
WHITE, 221 W. First st.
TO EXCHANGE—FOR ANY - GOOD PROP
erty in city, 40 acres of good level land, all
set out in barley; mortgage of $:ioO, drawing
6 per cent only; here ia a chance to get a big
trade. This land is worth 1(100 per acre. See
this at once. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W.
dt>Hl AAA—BLOCK OF LAND WITH IM
1 \/«'JUU provements within 12 miles of
city, s.uall town, will rent ior $50 per month,
free from incumbrance. Wants any property
in exchange that don't need care. Apply to
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st
_1A AAA—BOO ACRES GOOD LAND NEAR
rU Riverside to exchange for city or
town real estate, will cut up to suit or willrent
all to reliable party. Apply to BEN WHITE.
221 W. First st.
BUY A HOME
BUY A HOME
HOUSES AND LOTS
Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St.
EMMET ARE THREE ROOMS, YARD. OUT
houses, lawns, etc., lot 50xl.*>0; nice little
home, close to cable cars; is worth $750; will
be sold ior a lew days only ior the low price of
$550- cash ; balance, terms to suit. Ap
ply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st.
N ORTH PEARL ST., LOT 53x153, 4 ROOMS,
Wells st., lot 50x125, 4 rooms, $150.
Figueroast., lot 30x120,5 rooms, $1100
Trinity St., 10l 40x140, 3 rooms, $850.
Tremontave., 40x140,6 rooms, $2000.
Victoria St., lot 40x160, 5 rooms, $1300.
Beach st., lot 39x120, 5 rooms; a very nicely
improved home, furnituro an 1 all included;
price, $11(00, balance easy terms.
South Santa MYmica, lot 00x150, with nice
house, barns, outhouses, etc.; price. $125*0.
$150 cash—balance, terms to suit, will buy
any oi the above houses and lo.s. Apply to
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First si.
Properties of every description from $125 to
$250,000, for sale and exchange. Apply to
— Office, 221 W. Firstst
I->OR SALE-3W500-HAI.F INTEREST IN
general merchandise business, including
a large and complete stock; fine 2-story build
ing, blacksmith shop, barn, outhouses, horses,
wagons and one acre of ground; all iv first*
cl.ss condition, and one of the best paying
country stores in the county; owner wants an
active partner, owing to increase of business;
a rare opportunity if you want to make money.
T. .1. CUDDY, 206 N. Spring ht. 8-19 3t'
IJtp* SALE—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
fruit and produce, $700 end $900; grocery,
$1000; butcher shop, $400; delicatessen store
bargain; restaurants, $100 to $V 00; fruit store
cheap; lodging house, $1000. E. NITTINGER,
HlwJ-tj S. bpring, information and collection
bureau. _8-10 1m
HOTEL FOR SAI.E-THE FURNITURE A nTi
leasee! the best paying all-year-round
hotel at the beach. Splendid chance lor party
wanting a business already established. Low
for cash. Possession given at once For par
ticulars call at ST. JAMES HOTEL. Santa
SALE—A DECEASED DENTISTS
office furnituro, instruments, etc.; also
established business; two years' lease; best lo
cated office in Los Angeles; atargain for cosh
MRS. M. E. TUDOR, 144S'' 2 San Fernando st.
I~7IOR SAJ.E— *!tSOOIVTLL BUY A LEASF
-1 hold on real properly iv this city which
will pay the investor $100 per month clear on
his money for nine years Apply to HuTCll-
KISbA WHITE, 221 W. 4th St. 8-ltt lOt
F~OR - S~ALE-SOOO—B ARB Elt SH OP _ AND
bath rooms; Very central aud doing a
splendid business; splendidly fitted; owner
must sell ow ing to sickness. T. J. CUDDY, 200
N. Spring St. 8-19 it
PRODUCE, TV&K, POULTRY
J and fruit stand; splendid neighborhood
price $120; extra bargain. 021 S. Broadway.
|nrn AN INTEREST [N A FIRST-CLASS
n?«t)U« office business. Right party can
clear»looa month profit. KII.I.IAN A LEWIS.
228 W. First st. 8-12-tf
— ICxa" LODGINgIiOUSE. 12 ROOMS. BEN
ej)0»)U. WHITE, 221 W. First St. 8-9 tf
A CHANCE OF A LII^ETIMII—R~EAD THE
I ii. great coupon offer in this paper.
THE HERALD'S DIRECTORY.
A List of Prominent Business and Professional Firms of tho City of Los
A Plnce to Look for Wlmt You Want-Hints, as to How to Save Your Honey-Valuable Advice for Everybody - Read These
Columns Every Dciy.
W H. 611 INN^^TTOKNEY-AT-LAW, R'MS
" . '-'»:.-'. 296, 207 ana 2uS, New Wilson bl'k,
corner oi First Hnd Spring sts.
Counsel lor-«: 1 »w,
120'j South Spring St.
j Rooms 7 and 8, Jonei block, 175 North
AV~~ W.'lfoTcOMß-ADVICEEREE ON ALL
1v • legal matters, 211 West First street,
"I OH tl, LAW BUILDING,
fl US Temple street, near courthouse, Los
Angeles. Telephone 108.
10IIN T. JONES—
«l Fulton block, Los Angeles, CaL Te'.e
"l ( 1 1i N W ~MITCIIELL—SOL*TIiwEST COR
fj ncr First and Broadway. Booms land 2.
Practices in all California courts.
jpHEXKY COR. FRANK-
V-.' lin and New High sts., lais Angeles. Rooms
12, 13, 14, Abstract and Title Insurance block.
/ VuThRIK ,fc GUTnRIE—ROOMS 15, 16, 17.
\ I Al.struct Co. building. Practice in all
siote and federal courts.
1\ T ILLIAmTt. CRAIG, ATTORN FY' AT LAW.
T> Rooms 14 and 15 Temple block. Tele
II T V. HEKNING, AITORN BY AT LAW.
Ii • Downey block. Los Angeles.
T. GORDON, ROOM 5 MAXWELL BLOCK,
• corner Court and Main streetß.
t"TITcBIMMINGER, 114 NORTH SPRING
" » street.
R. E. MOORE. THOS. KSEFK
KiiEFE & MOORE,
lUS'.i s. Spring st., room 15.
ICY OIKS .
■\TICTOR BICYCLES — OVERMAN WHEEL,
V Co., Westminster Hotel blk; bargains in
secondhand Victors; high grnde repair work.
TNION AND STE'll.lNti BICYCLES, GUA'R-
J antecd; highest grade wheels in the mar
ket; on tho installment plun. lit SSEI.I.
MANUFACTURING CO., 143 W. Fifth s>.
E A TING BT CVC LE WHEN IN DOUBT
ride a KEATING. Style correct, quality
correct, price correct. HAW LEY, KING & CO.
210 and 212 N. .Main St.
OLUMBIA BICYCLES HAVE ALWAYS
been and are still the leaders. STEPHEN
,v. Hl< KOK, agents, 210 and 212 West Fifth.
CYCLE CO., MANUFACTURERS
of the Pacific bicycles. Difficult reairing a
specially. 824 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
T e7 CHATTOCK. agent for piuenix
I .•• bicvele: repairing; guaranteed »s good as
any In the United States. 13ti W. Fifth st.
1' 7IOWLER CYCLES ABB HOT 804.0 ON PAST
■ reputation, but present merit. Guaranteed
repairing l , State headquarters, 431 S. Spring St
— miMimWsF WHEEL
made: light mid durable: latest styles,
improvements. If. 0. HAINES, 839 N. L. A. St.
11. liTaOX ~i CO. 2(15 W. FOURTH ST.
• Ladies and gents pneumatic bicycles to
rent. Repairing a specialty. K. CLAY*, mgr.
Bicycles, vehicles or crank organs
(or sale, trade or rent. "Cheap livery,"
E. MOAT, 401 6. Broadway.
\TT K. COWAN, MGR. tVOS. 11. B. VARNEY,
T> a coast agt. lor P.amblcr bicycles. Telo.
phone 1351. 427 S. Spring st. _____
Main and Alpine sis. Plating, pattern mak
ing, machine shop and foundry. Tel. 1127.
RASS AnFTr(sn GOODS FOR WATER, GAS
sad steam; brass eastings; pattern making.
.IAMESjIQNKS & ci>.. cor. : iyycnihjnil SprDig.
BAKERY ASD CAFI.
J.iBINGER'S DINING rAPLOUS, CORNER
\i Spring and Third streets. Telephone 010.
I'i'ENN \ BA_srY] 119 W. FIRST. LUNCH-.
V at all hours. Ladies'separate apartments.
Surpassing coffee, tire ul, cakes and PJislry.
lIAKBRKS' *^ VVV f}^*^^
-iTt O. 110 WEST
Third St., wholesale and retail manufac
turers of guaranteed razors and grinders of all
kinds of cutlery.
B JPO SIJ
IS W'fCAMPBELL, PRESIDENT L. A. BILL
Posting Co., member Notional Association
oi Bill Posters. "Honesty" my motto. Distrib
uting and card tacking, fence, sign and wall
advertising. 119 E. Second st.
Ci E(rp7litcL£_N"TpßESlbENT STATE BILL
T Posters' association, the only bill poster in
Los Angeles, 254 S. .Main st.
KALD HEADS OIUJJK^D^^^^
DANDRI FF, FALLING OCTOF HAIR, ETC.,
treated. Cure guaranteed. 211 W. First
street, room 3.
CI EO. COULSON—BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
I" Repairing a specialty, 18S8 B. Main St.,
also Pico and Pearl sts.
MADE AND REPAIRED.
All work guaranteed. A.J.CLARKE, 205
S. Main st.
THE SANTA FE CARRIAGE VVORKS BUY,
sell and exchange all kinds oi vehicles.
Repairing a specially at 305 E. First sL
lACONOMY IS WEALTH. W. & ejiltTH IS
li shoeing horses ior ifl per set. All work
guaranteed. Give me a trial—at 305 E. First st.
TTII ETA BOR CA RBI AG E WORKS, 138-141
AW. Fifth st. Tel. 405. Painting, repairing
and triniming. We carry full lino of vehicles.
rpnii pacific caRR.a(SB woR LS~GE NE R
-1 al carriage and wagon repairing. A. P.
McLACHLAN, 133 N. Los Angelesst,
rpHE LOB ANGELES CARRIAGE WORKS,
1 makes new woik to order. Repairing soli
cited. 301 E. Third st. Tel. 501.
npH B BALTIMORE CARRIAGE WORKS
1 paint, trim and repair, buy and sell all
kinds of vehicles. 131 N. 1-os Angeles st.
rpHE - "ENTERPRISE CARRLAGE WORKS
A buy. sell and exchange buggies, carriages
and wagons. 115 N, Los AngelesjsL
RU IIARD~MOLONY, MANUFACTURER OF
carriages, bnggiesandspring wagons, carts,
trucks. e;c. Bepairlii£B2l-3.3 Altso at |
. practical earriaga painter.
t 1 P. WOLFROM,
IT. carriage trimmer. 301 East
'1 bird st. Tel. 501.
"t P."~ROWAN-PRACTICAL carriage
f) i painter; Valentine stock used exclusively;
all work guaranteed, 810 N. Main st
AR~tIT&~CLE V ELAN D~
647 New Main st,
V X X A Al X R * •^^_______-^_
Cream delivetcd in any quantity.
Cream delivered in air tight jars.
Myers' Ice cream, $1 per gallon.
Freeh churned buttermilk delivered.
FAIRVIEW CREAMERY, 448 S. Spring St.
J ie" cream in the city, creamery products
a specialty. 322 W. Second st. Tel. oi .■
TERKEY MILK ~AND _ CKEaM, DELIVERED
fl iresh twice every day, morning aud even
ing, at, 14S S. Broadway.
(I<»H CX AOS OR ANJ^BTtU-UdKß^^
/"IIYYTiROa A WARD, CEMENT SPECIAL
IT ties. Contractor* for reservoirs and Irrlga
tion ditches. Telephone 230. 205 New High st.
r—HE PIO St ER BTEAM~CARPET WORKS:
1 old carpet* relltted, new carpets sewed and
laid. 20S-21P E. Sevenths!. Te.. 21<.
RAZORS TONYitVIjirASDYLI. KINDS OF
grinding done in tirst-class order. OTTO
STgINEN. 310 W. First st. < _
C) H 010 __§_ IT D VBO I- T A^LltS^
MARKET — SPECIALTIES: TEAS,
coffees, apices and olives. LUDWIU A
WAGNER. telephiCtie 05ft
MRS. OSWALD'S CORSET FACTORY MAKES
to ordero*l short noticcevervstyleoi dress,
riding and abdominal corset; Indies' and child
ren's waists; repairing a specially. 308 West
Sixth st. —=— ——
Ctin'tlifl AT" KNORAVIVO.
r-f\Tlli~ IX THE
X city, cards, invitations, wcdditigannounec-
TOCnls,e:c, 11. M. LEE .V- PRO. 14<) X. Spring.
CKOIIKCIiV AM) UI.ASSWAKK.
r\ i a z a a r ,
\T 247 South spring street,
Between Second and Third, Los Angeles, Cal.
PEDICURING FOR LADIES
_ .and gentlemen; corns, bunions, ingrowing
nails cured. at'4-:i sti •nsoni .11:. Tel. 1250,
pt-OTWI*!*, ~ ■■
clothino house, iot s.
1 Mainst.,A LOW it il, proprietor.
-fß?A~SCll<iFll:i.i), BFSINKSi' COLLECTOR,
1 313 W. 1 ir-l st.
AND IM PO RT.Vnt"'iN V"ENTION.
Extraction oi teeth Is now performed pain
lessly witlinulgasorpoisonousdrugs, by the use
Oi DR. BLAKE'S "PATENT FORCEPS," n new
method, endorsed by I lie advanced dental col
legos, dental societies and leading dentists in
thecast. Gentle treatment assured; and nil
operations can be performed without pain.
Charges moderate, orliccat 230' 3 S. Spring st.
Late office of Dr. palmer. 7-22 lm
' I S«t—!• ft abl ished -18*2
DR. I> W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
First St., Wilson block; lake elevator. Gold
crown end bridge work a spec,ally; teeth ex
tracted without pain. Room 1. in 4 K.
**' D AMs'bP.OS.' DENTAL _ I\ARlIb"RS,"239i.j
_\ s. Spring st.; painless extracting and fill
ing; plates, !S«, *3, f 10; all work guaranteed;
established 10 years. "" 7 _ li
IM:NEST.\I7uX, D.D S. & L.P.S., GRADUATE
24 oi Chicago college Dental Surgery, 173 N.
Spring St., over Boston store, Los Angeles, Cal.
filling and bridge work: prices that will
please. 245 & Spring si.
. corner Seventh and Main streets.
Telephone ML 4-11 ti
rTkESNF.DV, DENTIST, NT SPRING
bt., rooms 2, 0 ami 7. Painless extraction.
YMtANK STEVENS. 324\ 8. SPRING ST.
J*l Open BjljtdayH and evenings: electric light.
DYKING AND VI.RANINU.
N~" W EW~im\ ;r "'~DYEING "AND CLEANING
Works. Processes reoentlv patented in
Europe. Best work in tho city. 308 West
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE WORKS, 241
Franklin street, fine dyeing and cleaning,
I)ARISIAN DYE WORKS, 273 SOUTH MAIN
St., best dyeing in the city.
riMIK TOUTII - (VALKT-rEAM DYE WORKS,
X 322 W. First st : ladies' and gents' gar
menls cleaned and dyed; prices vasonuhie.
CD. HANCE, PHARMACIST AND
• gist, 177 and 170 X. spring St., Los Au
CHOICEST LTNtToF DOMESTIC AND BE
ported delicacies in the city. FRICEER &
ESDKX, Molt Market, Main si.
X.-SIBK TEACHERS' AGENCY, C. C. BOYNTON.
JO manager, 120' 3 S. Spring si. Teachers and
schools supplied. __________
THE FRANCIS — NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms from $2 per week and up.
322 Sou.ii Spring street.
HE — NEWPORT — N EVV ~. HOOSE; FlRST
class in every particular; all outside
rooms, elegant and comfortable, at reasonable
rates; hot and cold baths ell day, free. 140
E. Fourth street, nearly opposite Westminster
THE IR VING, 220 S. HILL ST., NE AR COR.
Second; very desirable furnished rooms,
with or without housekeeping privileges; sum
rpife" CHELSEA, 239 a - iIILU BET. SEC-
A ond and Third—First-classroomsand board;
permanent iamily bourders desired: summer
hellkley, with or without board.
Summer rates. 316-818 West Seventh st.,
near Broadway, on cable line.
THE REVERE, 323 WEST SECOND STREET,
near Broadway. Strictly tirst-class room
ing house. Los Angeles, Cal.
nF HE CLI ETON—O (ToTTm' MM E R ROOMS
A single or en suite. Board ii desired. 231
-233 N. Broadway. A. H. KI'HN, proprietor.
THE PHO2XIX,T2BS~NrsfMIIN<; ST. THAN*
s.ent custom solicited. Patrons will find the
Phoenix a pleasant home. MRS. S. KELLY, mgr.
THE - SCNRE A M—'' EXTRA LI. V LOCATED;
nice furnished, sunny outside rooms, with
gas; reasonable rates. 315';, s. Main t,t.
T~ HE ST. LAWRENCE — FURNISUED AND
unfurnished rooms; hot and cold water.
N,E. cor. Seventh and Main sts. Tel. 2031.
T"~n c purctsll house-newly' fur
nfshed rooms $1 per week tip. MRa E.
DUSSAULT, proprietress, 825 E. 'third si.
AMBBURY BLOCKT'B*I!-i 8. BPRJNO ST.
Furnished rooms single or en suite. First
class; reasonablo; new manogenient.
170 R RENT -Ft RNISIIED FRONT ROOM!*,
1 $2 per week; outside rooms, tf1.25 per
week; large rooms. 519 b. Spring st.
o.y• 7F. A ST' FIFT H* ST.'ll AYE NIC E
fu-nished rooms under new manage
ment. MRS. W. 11. MATHEWS.
nPH E~A CME*—~Fti RNT SI! E D AND UNFUR
-1 nlshed rooms; newdy ami nicely refitted;
$1 per week up. 117 and 119 E. Fifth st.
•_ UttNlil. ed*"rooms--t"he — pa rker, 424
JP W, Fourth at; nicely furnished rooms,
single or en suite; rates reasonable.
11HE SMITHSONIAN HAS NICE AND COM
fortable furnished rooms at reasonable
rates. 312 a Hill st.
rpHE DENVER—I 33 N. MAIN ST. FINE
1 furnished rooms; $1.50 per week and up
Center of city.
pViTsOUTH CROCKER, NEAR FIFTH FL
«Jl_i Neatly furnished outside rooms, $1 per
week and up.
OQOil B ' MA lit ST—COMFbRTABLE ROOM S
ZoZU in a private family.
' ' '■ — ■ 1
UTTKR, IODT AMD SHOSMAKKK,
NoimiYTiacASTßo, fitter, boot and
shoemaker, 320 W. second st. Boot, shoe
and gaiter uppers made for the trade.
X.MI, I'<IIU. I XV * N it.stiJ!J!U^^-
PACIFIC COAST FISH COMPANY, 302 S.
Spriln street. Free delivery. Tel. I^22_
(.till* It ISJ|^^_^
Ma AREVALOT VOCAL CULTURE AND
. Spanish taught. Studio, Room 10, Old
OA R J>K^^W^«M»_W^>^K^__^
HENRY HeTu'.DT-GARDEN WOOD WORK
a specially. HUB S. Main st.
I~YY"YTfTcICER, 124 WEST THIRD ST.
. » Models made. Machine work.
HOTEL WORTH— Oth ANIT BROADWAY ;
lirst-class board and lodging; summer
rates; suites for families. V. J. SPAULDINQ.
GRand'pacific--ecropean hovel, j'.':;
a Spring St.; Hue, largo rooms, $2 per
week and up.
HOTEL J. HAMMOND, PROP.,
corner Third and Spring sts., Los Auge
HAIR "*K" B *?Js.t____^^„,_
M~~ Ra E. L. ROBERTS FASHIONABLE HAIR
dresser. Shampooing, hair dressing t>oc.
218;, W. First St. ..»:rc:2"in«lia|>ity. MLI3SI
C! crs lor new and second hand furniture;
givo us a call when buying or selling; goods
sold on easy payments. Great bargaiua In fold
ing beds, machines irom up, i
| 020 S. Spring St. i
JOSEPH'S, TO BUY OR SELL YOUR HOCSE
hoId goods. 420 and 428 S. Spring sL
OINCLAIR A CO - "SECOND-HAND IIARII
-0 ware, stoves, ranges, harness, etc 2ud S.
Los Angeles street.
NEW AND Sl-('ONMr->»3p- GOODS BOUGHT
and sold. Gasoline stoves repaired. 222
South l.os Angeles street.
Go in ARNOLD A SOXSTO BUY AND SELL
your furniture, carpets, stoves, elc. .415
South spring street, Los Angelci,_CaL
iao Xi'T Sl'l.l, YOUR OFFICE FIXTURES
X) until you see CLIFFORD A MAGNUS. If
wanting store fixtures, call at 251 S Main st
XTi w "ani) sec^ndTiand goods of
J>| every description bought and sold. High
' est prices paid at 340 E. First st.
T D. STEELE & SON BUY AND SELL NEW
fl, and second-hand furnltar*. 257 and 259
s. Main st. 'I'elephone lltltL
rpn MY lift .-EIIVYOUR FCRNITtIRE,
1 stoves, carpets and baby carriages go lo
PAGE BROS., 310 S. Main St.
l/OR CHEAP GAOOLIKB STOVES OF DIP-
X fereat makes and for iurniture oi all kinds
go to GARBER, 230 tlisost.
THE LOS ANGELES FURNITURE EX
change is the place to buy your f urnltute.
351 N. Main.
TH.TO.n] 009 S. SPRING ST.. NEW AND SEC
ond-hand furniture bought, sold and ex
AKEW i econ tT" hXnd store wants
goods. ETCHtBON A LANE, 617 a Spring
T> IG BARGAINS ~ r OIT~~SPOT CASH AT
jL» "BRENT'S," 410 S. Spring SL
a SPRING BT.—TOTTLB BUYS AND
Oil sells everything ::d Bag~
■VTO FOOT; NO HORSE—HORSES SHOD
ll Recording to nature and agreeable to art.
Shoes made ior all diseases oi tho feet.
GOODWIN'S SHOEING SHOP, 204 S. Los An
np~ IL ZKIGLER GIVEB SPEt : YaL ATTEN-
X • tion to contracted feel, corns, stumbling
and interfering. 221 Keqiicna st.
C' 1 H. HOLDEN, PRACTICAL IIORSESHOER.
T. Repairing neatly done. All work guar
anteed first- c 1 ass, lino E. First st.
II f.M'.-x AND BAI>»LEKT.
T F. MORENO MANUFAC'i I RES SADDLES,
fI • liarness and saddlery; Mexican saddles a
I '-cially. Bits, spurs aiid whips. 220 Aliso st.
OTTO P.UF MAXUF At MURES ~ALI/ STYLES
ot harness and tine horse boots, at 3*3 a
R" ENFROI BROWN A CO., U.rSURANCE ACTS.
Money to loan. Houses and real estate
wanted. Rents collected. IS2 s. Broadway.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-CHEAP FOR
cash or monthly payments, gray more 1(20,
sorrel horse $20, bay mare bay horse SBol
117 Winston St., back postofllce.
I.OS ANOKI.KS ILURAL 8109t_.
Nl'ON KRAVUHYK, PROPRIETOR. CUT
flowers, boqttcts and plants 119 West
Second street. i
ONEY LOANED ()N PERSONAL TROPER
ty. Unredeemed pledges ior sale. 212}*
N. Spring st. Temple Mock.
LOUIUNO MOUSES H<K SAI.IC.
ASSOCIATED HOTEL INFORMATION BU
rcaii. 102 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. Cal,
It ~S. Wi'.BSTERr WHOLESALE"'AND RE
tail dealer in all kinds oi ladders, 218 E.
CIHICAGO MARKET, 4106. MAIN ST. —THE
/ very bes: meat kept and Bold at pleasing
prices, i. WOLLENBHLAGER, proprietor.
ccidenYalMarket, fresh and salt
meats, sausage and poultry. W. E. SAV
AGE, prop., (ii) 7 8. Spring st, Los Angeles,
Norma" market~what~you cannot
get anvwhete else try tho Norma. 1820 a
Main st. Tel. 117 L
OTT~!>IARKET—VVIIAT YOU CAN'T GET
at the Norma, try the Mott. MANSFIELD
BP.oa Tel. IBS.
TJAciFIc" "mTtTRESS FACTORY MAKES
X all kinds oi woven wire mattresses, top
mattresses, hair, floss, moss, Brazilian hair and
wool. Telephone 1280. Corner Third and
Wolfskill avenue, two blocks north of Arcade
M ANUFACTURER OF PILLOWS AND BoC
•tors; hair mattresses a specialty. H. RO
HERTI, S. l.os Angeles st. Tel. 1187.
ANNETTE HOWE—FINE'MILLINERY. ALL
trimmed goods greatly reduced. 14L South
Broadway, between Ist and 2d sta, L. A.
KTO BETTER BOUOHT OOODB IN THE CITT
IX than those oi the NEW YORK BAZAAR,
148 N. Spriu* st.
rpHE FINEST MILLINERY IN THE CITY 18
1 the new alore, 209 South Broadway. E. C.
CALL AND SEE OUR MANTEL6WITH OVER
tops, which we will sot in house complete
for *2j. J. S. BRUNER A CO., 010 X. Main st.
V17"60571R0X AND SLATE MANTELS; FINE
VV cabinet w are to order; hardwood lumber.
H. St. Tel. 7tiB. [| _
RUSSELL MAHDF'NO CO., 143 W FIFTH ST.
Model making and general machine work.
I irst class work: reasonable prices. Tel. 1312.
Tffn.IdAMSON'S MUSIC STORE, 327 SOUTH
VV Spring st. Standard pianos, organs, sew
ing machines, etc.
Guitars" banjolTTStc., sold on easy
payments at Duranl's music store, next to
Los Angeles theater.
MDSIVAL IMaTRTJMKJPITa HKVAIKaCW.
I"?ID.'"LATENSER, mYnF. OF GUITARS
U and mandolins; musical instruments re
paired ; guitars a specially; COS ts. Spring.
OR INVEOTMENT ON INSTAL
-1? ment plan in almond culture.see THOa W.
HASKINS, 401-403 Stiinson building.
MANIOt'RE ANU HAIROSIR'BR,
iaco treatment, electrolysis, hair goods.
Tel. I*oo, 200-7-8 Slimsou blk. Tel. 1250. .
M ANUF AC tl KISKx LAW! SIS' HATS.
T>USSELL A WILSOH, 113 W. THIRD ST.
Iv Indies', Misses' and children's straw and
felt hats. Goods done over in the latest styles.
n . 302i<i a Spring at.
OPTICIAN AND J,l ' w J*Ji K^
/•^~BTOESAK, EXPERT WATCHMAKER, OP
IT, tieinn and jeweler, 511 S. Spring st.. bet.
Fifth and Sixth sts., Los Angeles, CaL
HAVE YOtJB WATOH "itEPAIRED AND
guaranteed. Thorough work and moder
ate prices. W. J. GETZ. 330 8. Bruadway^^
<"'M<;l *.>.. _^v.
}>ACIFIC OITICAL COMPANY. A G. MAR»
shutz, optician, manufacturer and im
porter oi opti«'al goods 107 N. Spring street.
EIijCTRIC OIL BURNER" FITS
any stove. Is aaxration at 326 West
Y. ifi.-;i st»«U
o. ord—cVntractixo PLcifijEß,"
Idm Jobbing a specialty, gas and steam titling,
ventilating and all kinds of tin work. 1010
South Main stree*.
ph. wo'rrbN-fiAxiTAß'r plumbing a
V • specialty. Estimates given. 206 East
Fourth street, two doors east oi I.os Angeies st.
jfi J- EUSTIS * CO., 754 S, SPRING STREET,
VI. plumbing, gas and steam titling; engines
and pumps retired; tel. 818.
I) LUMBER. gVs"aN~dTtE AM FITTER; SEW.
ersa specialty; jobbing promptly attended
to. J. C. KOLFt , lis W. seventh st,
17>RANK A. WEINSII A\K, T'LUMBER AND
2 gas litter. 240 E. Second street. Telephone
•pLAZA GAU.ER\C OPPOSITE STATIOiTc
X I litest enameled cabinet photos 1 tintod
included, (topper doz. for 3D days.
W ESN ; B n M »KEs FIEST GLASS WORK
VV only, at prices Irom lf2 per doz. up. Satis
faction guaranteed. 120 N. spring st.
I /'H KIIMY 1 ■V.S~of~Ttt¥.~ NIOEST FINISH
for 25c, nt the tent on upper Main St., ona
block north oi the riaza.
on "ton 0 a Cue Sy, 452 a spring st.
Finest enameled cabinet photos, SI per
doyen lor SO days.
MRS. GUTIERREZ GIVES FIRST-CLASS
Spmish dinncs to order, tfl to $2.50;
regular dinner 50 cents. 82| Wilmington St.
YaMES* CLARK, HOUSE PAINTEbTaND
f I ntilfher, 110 W. 1 hird street.
TyKOVr?TO\ EH WILL TELL
iy all about your mental capacity ior pro
fession oi trade: reasonable. 3. Spring.
I'ACIKIC CII.HT KEC ILIA DO,
BANNERS, FLAG", BADGES, GOLD AND
silver trimmings and Iniliion.embreider
ics. 208 N. Main it]'H;ins.
P H P^IOIAJNS^
13 C. MANNING, M. D., POTOMAC BLOCKS
opp. City Hall. Tel.: office 232, res. 730.
Hrs 11 to 12 m,, 2to 4, 7to 8. Sundays, 3to 4.
WASHINGTON ST - PLANING MILL. MILL
VV work of all kinds. HASTINGS A MITCH
eII. 1827-1829 S. Main St. Tel. 885.
rIIOIO KNGBAVINC „ DBSIONINO.
NION PHOTO CO., DESIGNING ANDES
graving; fine half tones aud zino etchng*
aspecialty. 12i,'<s. Broadway.
XX«. I. -1 STATIC AMI IKBTJUANOK.
1/OR SALE OR EXCHANGE—I MAKE A
1 speciaityot that section bet. Pasadena and
San Aieruardino, including Pomona, North On
tario, Claretnont, covinii,.Azusa, Glendora and
Duarte. I have a very fine lot of improved
pro[*erties, fine houses, and they can be had In
exchange ior eastern property and cash.
ELMO It. MESIiRVE, Pomona Real Estate Ex
change, 101) S. Broadway.
Wll ATLEY A COMPANY —
Real estate, and investment brokers. 203
IlC H.'piEPERA CO, 108 S. BROADWAY
. • I.OS Angeles, Cal.—Real estate bought
sold and exchanged,
CA RIBmtOUGH - A CO. —"REAL ESTATE*
fire insurance and notary public. 106 8
MING A BAYARD — INVESTMENT AND
real estate brokers and general business
sgents, 128 S. Broadway, Los Artgelcs, Cal.
J~C.""WIIXMON, REAL ESTATE - DEALER,'
• 230 W. First St., Los Angeles, Col.
CmbTn olV.~"must "sell 4-"room house,
'.hard finish, cor. lot, D and Twelfth st_.
Pi coH el ght s: frPOO; $500 dll mi.
MERE. HUNTER. 308 aSPRING ST. MEALS
25c. Breakfast Uto 0:30; lunch 11:3 i
to 2: dinner 5 to 8.
MANY THOUSAND VOLUMES NEW, OLD
and rare books. Statiouerv and school
supplies. FOWLER A COLWELL, 115 <M. 2d.
OCTHERX CALIFORNIXIiboK STORE,
353 South Spring st. Fine stationery, blank
books, periodicals; also choicest line of fiction.
ALL VARIETIES AND STYLES OK SECOND
hand vehicles bought, sold and exchanged |
reasonable .M. W. ARMSTRONG, 730 8. Main.
MY BILLING, 484W S.
. brellai repaired end manufactured; gas
oline stoves and key fitting, etc.
HE LOS ANGELES STORAGE WARE
house, storage ior all kinds oi goods, 351
——-—j 1 ■■■ " at ... ——»
QEND ORDERS FOR GENTS' SECOND-HAND
© clothing to L SILVER. Silver pays higbes
prices. 127k N. Loß_Angclesst.
LADIES' OLD HATS MADE NEW. FANCY
straw braids ior sale. 454 South Spring
I St., between Fourth and Fifth.
bTcHaVmaN, STOVES, RANGES ETC.
. Gas, gasoline and oil stoves. 414 8. Sprint
St., noar Fourth.
17 California liank building. J
GEO. RUBSCH.'TJaNF. OF TIN, COPPER
and sheet iron ware for the trade, Siv
and 21Q Commercial st. t
oi granite, sandstone aud marble tools.
106 N. I.ns Angeles st. f |
347 a MAIN StYmlnC
. ufacturer of and dealer in taints, a-nlnca'
Hags, wagon covers; tents for rent,^T^LJdbtX
nsiißHCtKi nj»_a "!^Js?^j^!_^i l i o xi
FONrTRAL "DIRECTOR AND
fl Emb'almcr, 410 and 42V Downey aye.
East Los Angeles. Open day and night TeC
7\RR A PATTERSON, 147 NORTH SPRIX9
\J street. Finest hearse in the city, Prices
~vimvr PBOTOOJK aPSIK.
C' XWAttiTfii WEST FIRST ST., LOS AN.
, gelca. Cal. Views made lo order guaran
teed. Lsrgest assortment S. California view&"
G~"uYdLACH'S RHINE FARM wTnES, CALl
foruia's choicest products. Sonoma cljiret
30c and 60c; Sonoma Zintandc], 50c and t&Cj
choice sweet wines, 75 and $1 per gnloVn:
family trade solicited STEINTKEA BRUNIKG,
837 aud 289 S. Main st. Tel. 538. r
APA SOUTHERN CALD
fornia sweet wines, brandies and whiskies,
F. VIOLB A CO., 221 W, Fourth st. Tel. I-lti.
A~Gobb""?6¥6MT~oit napa zinfandel
at 50c per gal. L. APFFEL. wholesale *lno
and liquor dealer, 130 W Fifth it, Tel. 1379^
WOOIt AMP STOKR OsRVK.It.
THMANISf' H GRABSBY, WOOD AND STONE
JVj carver, 029 S. Main st.
Try it and aea how endura-le Ilia ,hot
weather becomes; lull membersiiip, ijllOa year.
■ OTRL AKGTU: IJ. 'II
CENTRALLY LOCATED, OLIVE AND SETS
ond streets; day boarders. Rooms elegant
ly furnished. All modern conveniences.
Table cannot bo surpassed. Terms reasonable.
D. K. BARTON, proprietor. . 7-19 ly
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