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IT'S LIKE FINDING MONEY
To advertise in the Herald's classified
columns. Male a start today, ard
the result n ill induce a steady patron
age of these columns.
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I THE HERALD 1
♦ WANT COLUMNS J
| FREE! |
| To Those ♦
♦ Looking for ♦
| Work. ♦
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♦ Look under "Situations Wanted, ♦
X Male and Female." %
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SPECIAT. NOTICES.
i wls&"alder sox7
312 S. Main si.
Will sell you solid oak brace arm rockers for
$1.75; small nurse rockers for $1.25: irood bed
lounges for $5; oak pillar extension tables, $6
tos7; parlor organ for $30; good guitar, $6:
gasoline stoves, guaranteed perfect, ior $5;
latest pattern bicycle, Morgan A Wright tires,
only used a few limes, ior $65. Get what you
want at Lewis A Alderson's.
■VJOTICE-WE CAN BU 1 1.1) COTTAGES FOR
II onr hundred dollars i$lOD) a room; size of
room, 12x I 2 f I.: height of ceilings, 10 ft.: two
porches and onr chimney included; bouse to
lie painted and plastered two coats] will fur
nish all necessary plans and specifications;
estimates given on all classes of building. Ad
dress P, Box 90, this office, and we will call on
you.
NOTICE— THE I.OS ANGELES CITY WATER
company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rules: 'Ibe hours for sprinkling are be
twrrn 6 and H o'clock a. in. anil 6 and S o'clock
p. m. For a violation of the above regulation
the water will be shut off and a line of $2 will
be charged beiore the w alcr will be turned ou
again. 8-17 If
TH E SAFE"DEPOSI~f"BOXES OF THE STATE
Loan ond Trust company are enclosed in a
fire-proof and burglar-: roof vault, with time
looks and brilliantly lighted with electricity;
alcoves attached ior the private examination
of valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady in attendance. 8-1 If
MKSMIX'S FEMALE PILLS AS A SPEC I EIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief
or painful and irregular menses—from what
ever cause. For sale by GEO. H. FREEMAN"
CO., 102 X. Spring st. Price, $2 per box.
"VrOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN" THAT JEANNE
Lhoz will not be hereafter responsible for
IL GOODWIN,'PIANO MANUFACTURER; j
• pianos, church and piirloroigons repaired
and tuned. Factory, 507 Ceres aye. 11-14U
MACHINERY, - DIKB~~AND TOOLs" MADE j
and repaired. J. yon SEKKEY, 216 S. Los
Angeles st Tel. 933. li-14tf
rpALK W ITH CLARK A WRIGHT ABOUT
X paints at 621 S. springs!. 11-4tf
VOtt PETROLEUM AND WATER METERS
J 1 see J. E. KOEBERLE, 115 S. Broudway
OPAXISH DINNERS TO ORDER. SH TO $2.50;
Kj regular dinner,6oc 322 Wilmington si.
(THE I. A. TENT A AWNING
kj C 0.,) bas removed to 250 S. Main. 11-25
F"~B!.OPEE,~"hOUSE MO VEIL OFFICE,
« 12 ( enter place. I- 5 11
MBDIDMB.
ROF. LEE, CLAIRVOYANT AND INDB. f
pendent slute writer, is located permanent- l
ly at 242 1 ., South Broadway; sittings dai y;
tells you all business mutters, develops medi
um isiic pel sons: iosi nnd stolen articles found;
reunites Ihe separate.l, restores lost offectlons;
removes evil spirits' spells, siuiul habits;
brines happiness; a medium by thegit'tof God;
sittings, $2: ladies, $1. Parlors le and IS,
242'n s. Broadway. Test circle Tuesday nights.
29
RS. PARKER. LIFE-READING CLAI!;
-voyant; consultations on busine's, mln
eral locations, law suits; removes disease, love, I
sssrrlago, etc. laketlniveraity electric car to
Forrester avenue and Hoover street, go west |
on Forrester R\enue three blocks to Vino :
street, second bouse on Vino street, west of
Vermont avenoe. 8-80't!
JJERSOXAI.— REV. AGNES H. PLEASAXCK,
the celcbraicd deiul-lrance medium, gives
private sitting- daily ; suii-Kiiiion guaranu-ed.
Permanently located at 63-1 S. Broadway.
ot al;i. i g 111, -it ii: il:l.l:iiuat c d " I. if Tui
O trance medium; sittings daily. 422 Wesi
Seven Hi st. 5
MTIS. A. GEORGE, HEALING, DEVELOPING
medium : sittings daily; God-given power:
satisfaction' insured. Km 7,355' L. s. Spring, 29 ,
lsuBl XE SS CARDS sjt PER loTio"; "<Jt! IE P. |
J> printing in proportion. Pacific l'rinting t
Plant, 2t7 New tligest, lei. I4i(). 12-1 j
AGNES PERU V,~.ME l> f M,TIT~X. — BRO AIL
way. gives readings by psychometry, $l;
also reads cards elairvoyantly for 56c. 9
MRS. HOPKINS-MITCHELL, BUSINESS
and tost medium, bus resumed bus ness
at 700 E. Filth si.; call nnd see iier. 4-23-95
a i TultNKYs-AT-L*W.
wTmTtCHEI.I. PR Ml D KS IN~TIL
California courts. Entrance, roomO, German
American Bank bldg, cor. Fiist and .Main sts.
CIHENEY A CRONIN—N W. roll. FRANK
' lln and New High s|s , l.os Angeles. Rooms
12, 13, 14, Abstract unj Title Insurance block.
I")ECK ",t FOLEY, ATTORNEYS'AT LAW,
8 and 9 Moore Ijl'k, 16 Court si. 5 2195
T V. HAXN"6x,~A'n'ORNEY-AT-ir\\V, FARM
fj < ers A Merchants bnk old, rooms 4 5 16
I"jr E. BACON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ROOM
V» 1, aii>'4 N. Main st. 13
WIUUAii T. CRAIG. ATI ORNE Y-AT-L AW.
II Rooms 14and 15, Temple block. Tel. 1387 j
\\* W. HOLCOMB—ADVICE FREE ON ALL
VI c legal matters. 211 West First street. I
\I r 11. SH INN, LAWYER.' ROOMS 205 "To
VV . 208, Wilson block, cor, First and Spring.
CHARTER A PIERCE. i.AWYERB. OFFICES
/ 35 lo BS Bryson block, l.os Angeles. 8-10-tf
t[ _ a HOUSE, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. 115 W.
It Firstsi. Collections promptly attonded to. '
CTh. MARTIN", LAWYER - AND NOTARY,
It IJ9 X. Springs! , Eos Angeles, Cal. .6 :
F. HE N N ING, ATTORN FY AT LAW 1
c Rooms 66 und 67, Bryson block.
SPECIALISTS.
MRS. WEAVER .I.ll'KsilN, MANIC! KING j
ior ladies and gentlemen; specialist in
complexion department; electrolytic removal
si superfluous hair. 200-7-8 Stimson block;
I*l. 1256. ;s 15-95
DANDR UFF PE li M ANE STIN CURED: EX
amination free; also chiropody, manicur
ing, shampooing, etc. VACY B'TEEIt, 12IU 8,
Broadway. 12-13 1
DR. H."g. COLLINS, OPTHALMIC 01 TO; I AN, I
with IhcL. A Optical lnstltut', eves c.v
Uafacdlree. 126 8. Spring st. 5-30 tl '
Dr~".ui. ry'Tx7~eYi:. carT nose" and
Ihroat, elc, rcnoi\.-ri to 262, Suniso'i blk.
OONTBAOTOB4.
poxrad si;iii:riiiiT^tTxTfe^bTtuTiTv
V,' ous aii.l aspliall ].uving. 237 W. I'irsl si.
Vf udLkK it.Llt. _ i
Tas. f. allenv>i'axT"i : aiturer'iif'ul'l -
tl bolstered konds, mattreises, etc.; carpet ]
Itling and laying a specia.lv. 531 S, (spring st, J
P.tJSI MRUS PKi:«I>N«I.S.
ItOAM ED ON
1 oi: r aig&htic coffee roaster, Java and Mocha,
35e lb; 24 lis browa sugar, i«l: 5 lbs good
Japan ie , flj 10 lbs com r.ieal, Ue; 6 lbs
tapioca, - .se: 10 ibs raisins. 2.c; 6 apricots,
2 c; 5 lbs ligs, 25c: 5 lbs prune', 25c; 6lbs
bucl:v.beat, 2.c: S lbs beans, ".sc; can deviled
bain, ;-c; brook trout, 15c: 3 cans oysters, 15c;
Oil bars soap, iSi ; .">'» lb sack hour, 85c: baron,
llCc; pork, !P 4 c: ornnge insi-maladr in bulk
5c." ECOXO.MI" STOKER 305 S. Spring street.
I}KRf»ONA L — RALPH BROS. — GOLD BAR
flour. DCci city Hour, 75c; graiiulnted sugar,
18 ll.i »<i: brown sugar 21 lbs (ll; 7 lis rolled
w heal or oats. 25c: sardines, ."» boxes 25e;
tematees, 2 cans tooj 7 bars Carman family
soap. 2-c; eastern oil, 70c; gasoline, 70e; 4
I p ckajcs starch, 25c; lard, 10-11, can. W c; 5
I lbs, Arte. 601 s. Spring slroei, corner slxtli.
I / IiIASE'S MARKET 618 S. SPRIXG-5 LBS
I\J boiling beef. 25c:£9 lbs round sleek, |:c:
1 rib steak, 6c; sirloin, tende.loin or porterbouse
I steak,l2;,r; stewing mutton, 3o| leg of mat.
1 ton, 8c; rib or shoulder chops, 2 lbs 15c.
Everythii g eae iv pioponlou. CHASE'S
MARKET, 618 S. Spring.
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE FOR FEMALE
irregularitie-- fom whatever cause: it
I never tills 10 give relief or inoncv refunded;
iHS veers' experience, Address DR. A. J. GIKB
-1 XEli,office lo7Js N. Main si., room 12. 11-31U
' pEITsOXAL- PALMISTRY ; ONE II AN D
I reail free;everv bidden mystery revealed;
Hie read from 1 radio lo giave without a mia
; like; 2to S n.m. 11 l 1 2 W. i bird st. 11-11 lm
PERSOXAL - KLECTBO - " THERAPEUTIC
baths; electric treatment scientifically
/ I given: magnetic and massage electricity 25c.
BBS. E. BOBBINS, 4218. Main at (mo
HEA LTH, FORTU X E MARB [AG K. CON
sub. MLLE. RITA, only scientific I'alm-
I ist, 652 South Broadw ay, corner Seventh. 26
' Vf MiFLECROti FISFXCH DRK9BMAKER,
* .11 cor. Second and Main next to cftliiedral.
I FOB HIINT-gOUiIH.
[ 1 REvr^i^ooTfiiousF^
, A 10-room house, barn. $35.
, 9-room house, barn, iri3s.
, 9-room house, barn, ic-5.
, 10-room bouse, S3O.
, I 7-room bouse. iS2O.
, li-iuOUi uen uOUec,
, 6-room bouse, $11.
, 5-room bouse. $27.
, 20-Rere ranch, per year, .$lOO.
, ; EDWARD FKASEIt,
, 6 216 South Broadway.
J FrE LET—KEXSINGTOX: 1
, X. flats in Los Angeles, situated on Temple
, si., opposite Olive st.; are ready for occupancy
, 10 responsible pai tics without children; the
, rooms are large and light, wi h all modern
, conveniences; elrctr 0 bells ami tubes.
Apply to the owner, J. V. HEXDEKSOX, 143 s.
Spring st. 8
170 RR E XT—s6 \ V l' RX IS 111" 11 HOUSE "OF" 7
. rooms, stable, until April; everything first
• class; best location soutnwcsl. POIMDEXTBR
I St WADBWORTH, 800 W. Second ttl 6
! |7oR REXT—I F~YoT'"wXxT To"REXT Y'OuiFt
F bouse quick, lisl at once with SPEARS Ai
■MONTAGUE, 117 S. Broadway. 111"
FOX KB NT—ROOM 9.
NiI" E~L
without board, at the renovate.; aud new
i iy managed Clifton bouse. Newly I'un isbed
1 throughout, pleasant sunny rooms at reason
able rates. 231 No. B:oadwav. 19
t-OR REXT—UXFUP.XISHED, SUNNY, CAR
peted rooms, witb housekeeping privileges;
large law 11; reasonable; no children. 639 S.
Spiingst. 12-llf
I7IOR RENT PLEASANT ~FfRNISH ED
I rooms Good board. Private family. Best
part of city; 4H> w. Twenty-flrst st, 4 doors
we-tof Grand avenue cara i-i-'ss
THE NASHVILLE, 236 WIXBTOX ST.; 1 '..
blocks from postoflicc; comfortable rooms;
rates very cheap,
TMIE DENVER, 133 N. MAIN STREET; FINE
furnished rooms; $1.50 per week and up;
center of city.
*TM*K rARKER7424 W. FOUfi'IH STREET; \
X nicely furnished rooms, single or en suite. 1
9-J4 lm
I.'OR RE XT —FUR X ISH ED ROOMS, REASOX-
I I able. THE SMITHSONIAN, 312 S. Hill si.
26
RE XT — S EATLY' FU R XISITE~D~ROOMS t
private family. 1016 S. Hope it 7
/ iitAXD PAcmcTiWsouTH "springfrrTi
V_T fine lerfje rooms! $3 per week and up
J7UKNiSHED"ROOMS— 608~ BANNING ST.
_/ 12-8
FOlt ItKNT-MISCKI.L ANKOUS.
I"?olr "cchTne r~st7hTe""in
1 Bov.e Heights, Xo. 1827 li. Uirst si.; only
$15 per month. Apply W. GROSSER, above
store, or 136 s. Broadway. 12 5 tf
FdIt~REXT— 185 ACRES; ALL FENCED,
good house and barn, free vMiter for irriga
tion. For renl for 3 years. W. 11. BAKER,
2360 S. Spring. 5
j nro i.ease-a" first-class job office"]
I I 202 X. Main. tf_
I eujt EXCAMir..
! "l-lOR EXCHAXGE—I2O ACRE? SAX LUIS
I Obispo county; free and clear; price,
$2006, aud $1000 cash, for house in Loa An-
I geles.
I* A home in I'asadrntt—lo acres, unimproved.
1 with io shares water; floe fruit land; three
i miles from center, one block irom station on
j Terminal railroad: only $3600; uior gage,
! $1006; want a house or vacant lots iv Los An
' gelesand will assume $2000 or more here. See
: about 'his Monday.
A lot SoxniO '(corner) Pasadena; $1000:
clear; want collage in Los Angeles; will pay or
assume $50j difference.
160 acres in Los Angeles county; $4000:
ciear; want a house; will assume; rgents arc
invited lo present offers.
HOLWAY A; SCHETTER,
: 9 SOU W. Second street.
I" .lOR EXCHAXGE-WK UAVE PROPERTIES
in Riverside, Redlands, Lug'inia, saniu
i Anita, Pasadena, tenia Monica, Covins, Loids
burg, Glendora, San I'iego Santa I'aulu,
Peoria, 111. slate of Washington, lowa, Kan
sas, Missouri and Colorado, iv exchange lor
good property in Los Angeles or surrounding
towns or good average. FRABEB & JENKINS,
1828. Broadway. 11-25 if
I'Oi; EXCHANGE—VERY DESIRABLE 2
acre place inside cily limits; G-rOOm
bouse stable, well and windmill, trees, etc.:
IS3000: owner wll accept good land or lots.
I'OIN; DEXTER A WADSWORTH, 305 W. Sec
ond 10
i TTtOR EXCHAXGE-WILL PAY fASH DIF-
I iereoee; jiarty has firsLctass clear prop
erty, Orar.ge county, and cash, for lodgini;
bouse, hotel or goo.l lot suitable for hotel.
PO IN DEXTER A WADSiVORTH, 308 W. Sec
ond. 10
J*"OR EXCHANGE—4OACRES good LEVEL
fruit land, live mile, southeast of Ontario,
j near school; no irrigation required for olives
!or any deciduous fruits. POINDEXTEB &
I WADSIVORTH, 308 W. r econd. 10
JfOR EXCHANGE~A - SdXISO~FOOTLOTS
1 with 5-room hard-iinished cottage, \i ith
barn, lawn, trees, etc; in oily ior small ranch.
Address T., box 20, this office. 1.-iodAw
"fTIOB EXCHANGE 274d~Ai'RES IN RIVER-
I side county nt $20 per acre. Exchange
for San Francisoo or Oakland property. HOL
WAY A. MIIETTER, 3u!» W. Second st. 9
T-'XCIIAXGE FOR" CITY T BESTDENCE. 8
X j acres improved : Alhambra; $1006. CHAS.
WILLIS, Alnambra. 9
FOR EXCHANGE—GILT-EDGE CAHI'ENGA
foothill land, 16, 2u or 36 acres, for any
thing clear. It. D. LIST, W. Second st. '
\IMK)i)7cOAL AND FEU) YARD TO EX~-
VV change for city real estate; price, $1306.
BEX WHITE, 221 W. First si, 1 tf
•> exchange"properties of any
JL kind. See BEX Will iE, 221 W. l irsi st.
IQ2 11'
W~i - Ult«.
OUR STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND HAND
furniture is complete, consisting of every
article used In hoiueaeepfni.. of parlor suit's .
ive have too many. .Soiling everything al ,
prices to suit y. ur purse. 658 So. Spring and
907 80. MainStre t. 4m 1
r-pHE I.OS ANGELES EX
-1 .iiiinge, 351 X. Main, is tho place to buy
or sell your furniture, carpets; for nrst-olasi
upholstering! goods stored and s .Id on com
mission: lir t-class stock and popular prices. ]
C. E. BUELL. 1 tf
NEW rKi OND-HANDSIORi: WAN" IS GOODS
ETCHISOX A LA N X, 617 S. Spiing st. ;
PHOIOOIUI-H P.KLIIBS
1"">ON Ton PHOTOGRAPHIC PA It LOR J , 4.V2 ,
> s. s. ring: children's photos a specialty;
satisfaction guaranteed F. B. BOYETTE,Prop.
CI B. WaITE, 211 WEST FIRST ST., LOS AN
)• geles. cal. Views made 10 order guaran
teed. Largest assortment S. California views.
1,-OUI! TINTYPES, NICEST FIXISH~2.Ii'; *
. cabinet!, $1 doz; st ihe tent, Up'rMainsl,
1 1-27
117E8NER .MAKES'" WORK -
VV only; $2 up. 120 X. Spring st. 11-24 t
ULAZA GALLERY ;I'HOToSSI: ANY SIZE '
I und the best finish. 513 N. Main sr. 11-24 |
» <■ «.M ITr.L, I ". J
KEI F & MOORE, ROOM 248, WILRON 1
block, cor. First and Spring sts. 11-23 J
LOS ANGELES HERALFt WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5. mi
HELP WIHKD-JI ILK.
J vvva^ted—aix n^klmng^l^elp^^flibe
, 11 employment or any information, addreis
1 E. NiniNGEK's BUREAU, established 11480.
« Office, 319., 8. Sp lug it; residence. 411 S.
. Hope at , corner Filth, Los Angeles, cal. Tele-
J phone 113. 5-10U
/ iltV AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE
V ' labor bureau, 240 New High St., telephone
; 1 163, for cooks wallers, hou.ehold help, me
chanics and laborers. \V. A WHITE, man
ager. 11-lOtl
v | "\\~ANT¥D-A FEW PERSONS IN EACH
| M place to do writing. Send stamp for 100
page bookoi particulars. .1. woopbi ity, ii 7
; \V. Pony st., N. Y. city. 10-7 ly
! _ PERSbX~T6
' »i travel: sr ary. $780 .ml expenses; refer
ence Enclose self-addressed stamped envoi
■t ! ope. Manager, bos I', Chicago. 10
Betty, hummel a <•<»., iwo-aoii west
•I J Second at. Tel SOU. The best employment
" | i lllee in every wav in Southern California.
: 7-12 if
I I^.'dT'l^YNrENT^litiENflY-^^MRsrScOTT~A
I\, MISS MCCARTHY, 101)4 S. Broadway; tel.
\ Sl9. ls_
I HKI.V W/l Nl Ell— FEMAI.K.
' H)l it it c a~i ITTyTi igive
> .VI me yonr correct address; collbi nol lin.t
; ! you in the ulhcr. Address K. box 20. tbis
- ofllce. o
BOSTON FEMALE EM I'l.l) YMENT AGENCY
353 s. Broadway. Los Angelea, Cal. 12
SITUATIONS WAHTED—MALE.
Drserring psreiss desiring eatalejtaseiil wtU be
- allowed lo insert three Unit, muter this heading,
tiro times free oj ehenge.
' A OGOOXf ANT^BUsiXESS^MFX "not"lt E
iv quiring constant attt-ndanc? of book
keeper can have books written up periodically
by romp-lent accountant. Address F. Box 20,
this office. 11
\\- AXTED-DRY GOODS, YOUNG MAN.
II (English aged 29) requires iltnatinn, 10
years' experience. Address, A. S., 319 X.
Broadway. (!
r>osiTio>N ~w ante d~~~as "book-keeper,
A etOj, three ye.rs' experience in omctai
j dcparltnent. Address Box 20. thi.soliice. 7
\\ T ANTED—BY A WILLING MAS, AGE 32,
! ll work on a ranch or any place lor $5 a
month nnd hoard. Address for one week.
. JOHN MURPHY, Los Angeles Postofficc.
■ YJgTANTED—POSITION BY A YOUXg'maX
tt from the east, cither in office orslore;
j w ill work exirn lor holidays. Address X., box
| 30, tbis office. 5
117 ANTED—SITUATION BY YOUNG i.ER
VI man in nursery or on a ranch. Address
, J. G., ss7', East First at. 7
WTANTKD—BY MAX"AND - Wi FE, BlffcA
ll tion; host or, gardener, cook and general
housework. Q, box 40 H
■\rr axted-max "(isroEsißir^sTTCAilON
j II as porter; useful man In hotel; first-class
references. I. P., 319 N. Broadway, ti
TIT* XTErT-I'OMPETEXT DRt'GG IST WAXTS
TV position; city or country; references fur
nifhed. Address'/., Box 30. this office. 7
TJtTAXTEn— YOL'.Xti MAX, At.X 24. WANTS
vv work of any kind; speaks German and
English. Address P, Box 00, this offloe 5
¥ET ANTED—SITUATION. BY A GOOD ALL
II around butcher and .Husage maker. Ad
dress A. GAGNON, 110 Ord st. 6
W A.NTED-SITUA'ITOX IX"A~FU"rI.MTUF.~E 1
vl carpel or secondhand s.ore, by a Xo. 1
man. Addi ess 115 Ord st. 6
TOT ANTED—POSITION AS CI.ERK IX BTOI:E
ll or office, with chance of advancement.
References furnished. M, box 70. 5
AX EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER
wants a position. Address X, box 10, this
office. »i
MI I AI'IONS WANTED—FBIUALK.
DeservingpersotU desiring employment will be
i allowed to insert three tines for two insertions,
J under this heading, free of charge.
GOVERNESS SEEKS
j ccustomed to entire oha ge. care, educa
tion ol young children; long experience in
Frame; good French; thorough 'seamstress.
Address ii., box 30, this office. 2-3-6
GOOD DRESSMAKEhTfROM SAX FRAX
cisco would like some more work at home;
dresses made, $4. 5.4 Flower it., near Sixth.
10-20 if
OEAMSTRESS WISH ES~WORK TO DO - AT
17 home: infants' and Children's wear a spec
ialty. Address Box U2, University postotlice. ii
II T AXTEI)—SITUATION BY* ~AX AMERI
II can woman 111 a private family. 214 E.
j Fifth st. 5
| ; CH ILDREX'sTFrESS
tI es or repairing 6-.'S s. Ins Angeles st. 7
WANTED—AO KN IB.
/ "iIANCE OF A LIFE
t • ergctic responsible parties ior state, city,
county et:d town agencies, for sale of Clark's
Red Cross Electric Natural Medicinal water,
salve, sails, etc Xot a beverage. A natural
medicine. Liberal inducements and big
money to the right patties. Address: BIG
RAPIDS MINERAL WATER CO., Big Rapids,
Mich. 11-27 thu-sun-tues lm
\TET ANTED—AGENT TO INTRODUCE NEW
ll line; big money lo good man. (Jail 202
S. Spring st. 5
V\ T AXTED — AGENTS,
it first-class office or household articles. J
OTIS 8R0WN,644-8. Spiingst. 12
WANTED—REAL ESTATE.
\\' A^xTiTnTTo^puTuTl e~a
iv customer for 3or 4-room house in vi
cinity oi Main and Washington streets; also
iot between Main and Figueroa, Twenty-sec
ond and thirtieth; another lor a nice lot
southwest. List your proper!.- with ua.
SMITH Si O'BRIEN,
5 147 South Broadway.
\\ T AXI"ED- A LTITLE HOME NOT TOO FAR
it from tbe city, that you can sell on pay
ments not to exceed ¥500; will pay $11)0
down. cal. or iddress AGXES PERcY.'lll X.
Broadway. Xo agents. 9
ir"anted-to "purchase a ilo^usii--
H about $jsoo—Rnd use 120 acres land
(elearj as lirsi payment HOI.WAY A BCHET
TEU, 309 W. Second street. !i
ANTED—OWNERS ~TO LIST HOUSES
and lots with HOLWAY <£ SCHETTER,
309 W. Second etreet. 9
T\-AXTEII-lrioOO-LufrNvTlEiroX STREETj
II cash. Address box 50. this office. o
WANTED—TO BENT.
WANTED— TO RENT—FROM 10 TO 100
ll acres alfalfa. Address F. A. .). DISS, 230"
Winston st. 7
WANTED—JII.-CKLLANBOUB.
TOT ANTED—M IXI >T(}~M A CHEERY; GOOD
t i seoond-hand or new machinery, in or
near Calico district, San Bernardino'county,
preferred, or near the A. Rod P. or S. C. R. R. : t
one steam engine and boiler or boilers, 5U to
100h.p.; one large rock-breaker, equal to
100 tons for 24 hours; two amall rock-break
ers, equal to capacity of Ibe one above; one or
two pairs of rolls, shAfting, beltiug, pulleys, i
cc. Address, with fullest particulars, and i
lowest possible price, L., box 30, this office. 8 <
\\-Tntei>—bT~a party \vTth ]
il gold coin, a one-half Interest in r busi- j
ness that will bear the closest of investigation;
if your books are up in good shape and can
show a gooil prolil, call ari l see us. MERRILL i
A GUNBY, 129 S. Broadway. 8 j
TgT AXTED — LADIES TO LEARX THE '
>V McDowell dn-ss rutting system at Ihe MC
DOWELL DRESSMAKING A.." A DEMY, 703! j
S. Broadway, branch of New V ork and San i
Franoisco schools. Patterns cut to order. '
11-1 mo j
ly-ANTED— BALLS AND PIXS FOR 10-PIN"
II nllev; state price; also how many and
sizes of ihe balls. JOHN C. SMITH, Box 41,
Mm Bernardino. 6
UTANTED—TO BU V OLD I ioLDTxDWLVKR i
VI at highest market price. JUL WOLTKIt. |
manufacturing jeweler, 122 S.Msln st. 10-i3m I
lay ANTED—HOUSES TO BUILD BY KOBT.
Vl I). COATES, building contractor, 204 S.
Broadway, l.os Angeles, Cal. 12-15
W'AXTED-HORS E S AND MULEs _ FOR
VV city and country property. W. H. BAKER -
230' 2 S. Spring. 5
W ANTED-FORTsPOT Ca¥h7fURXITURE,
stoves, carpels, eic., etc COLGAN's, 316
S. Main st. 11-6 lm i
«TANTED—PAINTERS TO SEE THE EX- .
VV eelsior paints at 821 S. Spring si. 12 3 I
\\- AXTED—EVERYBOBY TO TRY OUR ,
VV trash fish, 133 S. Broadway. 9
PLUSSHBIItt. |
I~fbn a b
1 healing that w ill give you entire aatiafac
tiongo to VANDEGRIFT <* CRIPPEX, 229 W. I
Fourth St. 19 2
pi hT~WOTTOX—SANITARY" PLUMBING A
\_'« specialty. Estimates riven, 200 East '
Fourth St., two doors east of I.os Angeles SL
IT-RANK A. WE IN SH AX X, PLUMBER AXD t
'go hiier. 210 E. Second si. Tel. 136. 3
HTM'S- OPPORTUNITIES.
pay you a net profit of over $3ot'o amin
ally: It ia one of tbe largest and best known
stores In city dealing iv hardware, crockery,
fruits, notions, general store; owner has al
ways askeds3ooo lor Ibis business, but on ac
count of serious sickness will sell lor a snort
while for part of money can remain
' un.il you make il out oi the business; sure,
bona fide pavltu business; trial given. HEN
• WHIT E, 221 W. First st. 12 4 tf
BA'LK~A~IH)6k' AXD" STATIONER V
1 L store; best location in the city: business
well establ shed.
New and secondhand furniture store In town
of 7000, doing line busine s; sale at a sac ri fire,
i Fruit and c gar store in tow nof ;ooc. doiug
. an excellent business; price, $436,
New cash grocery on Spring St., doing good
1 business: satisfactory reasons for selling.
SPEARS A MONTAGUE, 117 s. Broadway. Uf
i fflf IUAA— w OOD, COAL,"HAY. GRAIN'AND
j JpIiHMJ feed yard; A-l location: 18stalls;
' large yards, stable*, etc.; good stock on band;
I low rent: does big business; owner engaged
: I elsewhere cause of selling; will pay a nei
profit of over $100 a month; will exeluinge
! lor city real estate, see BEN WHITE, 221 W.
1 First st. I tf
GOOD CHAXCF PARTIES lIAVINO FROM
$100 upward to invest can purcho-e the
: exclusive right of a Qltick-aeiHng aiiicle that
; 1 pays over 200 per cent profit: can easll . clear
I:s3to $5 a day: investigate this. Aipv BEX
, WHITE, 221 IV. lirsi St. 12 4 11
j TTOR SALE - UXDERTA kERS'"hSTAHI.ISI!
-.! 1? ment: everything new ; lorge field: at o
i grent sacrifice: personal reasons given forsell
| ing; weoen recommend this
I shoe store; invoice between $10,000 and
; $12,000; best town in the state: pnv yon Ll
, investigate. SPEARS A MONTAGUE," ill S.
I Broadway. ltf
FOR SALE—STATE RIGHTS FOR ONE OF
the best paying patents iv the country.
! Part c* handling this in the east are getting
rich. Investigate this; price $1509
bill IB A O'BRIEN,
5 147 S. Broadway.
WO!'.T'H 5 5400
p ROCERY STORE WITH 2 LIVING ROOMS;
!VT see this chance. Apply BEN WHITE. 2 U
I W. Fiistst. ltf
SHELL A XD~ CURI (T'^ORE~"FOr"sALE—
Business suitable for gentleman or lodv;
I price, $259, more or less; will invoice, if de
I sired. .Call at 464 s. Spring st. 11
BEN - "WHITE, 221 W. ITRST""sT.7 _ lIAS
properties of every description for sale
and exchange from $100 to $26 ,006. List
your property with bim. ltf
17) OR "S A LE—W E HA VE - i SEVER At" G RO
cery stores lisied with us for sale. Call an t
we will show them to you. PLUMMEI: A
KIOUS, 302 S. Los Angeles st. 2-5-9
I - EASE FOR SALE--NEAR 3 YEARS: I.lV
j cry stable on Broadway; best location in
thecity; business estabiisfied 10 years. Ad
dress P, Box SO, this oitiee. o
(ftoA/A—FRUiT, CA NDY AXD CIGAR STORE;
The very beet place in the city; nice,
corolortable living rooms; rent low; see this.
T. M. KILLIAX, 2l£B W. First St. 12-2 tf
A inn—HALF INTEREST IN A FlKST
drTifv" class and profitable business; $160 a
monih clear; investigate this. T. M. KIL
LIAX, 228 W. First st 5
ij./ •! w.- REST AUR ANT, WITH FURNISHED
"pUVH' rooms; good steady trade; low rent;
aline money making place. T. M. KILLIAX,
228 IV. First sb 7
u[9/)| \—GROCERY iTORE: NICE LIVIXG
?[P»J"7V room, completely furnished; goods
will invoice $300. See T. M. KILLIAX, 22S W,
First st. 7
,3. C/UY— RESTAURANT; OXE OF THE BEST
sriM rl" business places in the city : pays big;
s c this bargo n. T. M. KILLIAX 228 W.
First st. 5
iS'Jn/l-CIGATriSTORE; RECEIPTS $12 A
BPOUU day; a bargain. BEX WHITE, 221
W. First St. 1 If
CIGAR sTORE-—
OXI.Y $500; WORTH $800; DOX'T MISS
this bargain. B. WH ITE, 831 W. First st
1 tf
1 t (U \— GR"OCERY : VALUE IX STOCK :
rir 1 Iv/U one of the very best corners in city;
trial given. See B. WHITE, 221 W. First st.
13 tf
O YOU WANT A BUSINESS? WE HAVE
one for sale; come and see. DENVER
BUILDING CO. 5
t*j..|f|iifi —GROCERY" TO EXvTIAXGE FOR [
►ir—UliU city real estate. Apply to BEN
.W HITE. 221 W. First. 1 ti
t»~Ort*-"—FRUIT AXD~~CAXDY"STORE; RARE
i)U>>—if chance; povs will. Apply to B.
WHITE, 221 W. First St. 1122- tf
IF~Y O L" _ WAN T TO~SI-TrL >'OUR BUS IN ESS
quick for cash, see SPEARS A MONTAGUE,
117 S. Broadway. ltf
F-'OP. SALE-I.ODGIXG-HOUSE, 3p~l
close in; rent only $160 per month ; $1656.
I. D. BARNARD, 11VUS. Broadway. 5
I7OR SALE—RESTAURANT ON" SPRING ST.;
r choice, central locaiion; price, $360.
1. D. BARNARD, 117 ! 3 S. Broadway. 5
-|4 , 6r~sale'~statioxery'"and'xotiox
M. store, Willi furnished room; bargain; $225.
I. D. BARNARD, 117' a S. Broadway. 5
|70R*lALE -GEXTEEL - DIXIXG PARLOR":
JJ first class; fine location: bargain; $550.
I. D. BARNARD, 117J, S. Broadway. 5
I~f'yo"u wish" busi
ness without delay- for cash, always go to
I. D. BARNARD, S. Broadway. 0
T~ O "SELL "YOUR" BUSINESS QUICK~SEE
ERNST A CO., new ofllce, 113 W. Third st.
11- 1.->tf
RESTAURANT; ONLY $3"5~0j XICELY
equipped. B. WHITE, 221 W. First, ltf
& 1 'iAA—SA LOONI PAY S WELL. BEX
epIOUU WHITE, 221 W. First st. ltf
tftO"IA—LODGING HOUSE," 18 ROOMS. B.
fOiJU WHITE, 221 IV. First St. 1 tf
t&t AA—CANDY AND FRUIT STORE. IL
WHITE, 221 W. First si. 11-22 tf
.>"SELLQUICK FOBTcASI FgIO ~TO~K WHITE,
Z 221 W. First st. 13-tf
.> BUY A BUSINESS OF ANY KIND APPLY
_ to B. WHITE, 221 W. First Bt. 13-tt
MAHHAGie AMI* KI.KCTKICI IV.
MM eTbXKAUDRY7 GRADLATE OF L'ECOLE
dv Bon Sauveur, France, and of the West
Side Medical College, Chicago, removed to
415' •_, S, Spring St., rooms 7 and 8; massage,
magnetic healing, electric and vapor baths;
open Sundays, 11-13 lm
\ra poit a n d" ~in p batTSTTiTssag e~a n d
V electric treatment; ladies only, MISS C.
STAFFER, 211 First si., rooms 3, 4, 5 6, opp.
Xapeau. 10-20 tf
MISS MARY STOKE, MASSAGE TREAT
nieiit, 138U S. Spring st., room 22.
12-28 lm
ITiREXCH LADY , MAGNET IC HEALER AND
' scientific massage. Room 8, 355)<j S. Spring.
12-13
ADAM DE - LEON — BATHS, mXsSAGE;
eleetro-magnelie treatment, 416' a 5..-'pring
nous), suoi.it.
R^FT^ir"!!?
shoes are doing great work on horses; we
guarantee to euie all lameness in horses' ieet
or ask no pay; we have treated a lorge number
of horses iliat were thought incurable, and in
every case were successful: this patent is for
sale os shop, county and state rights; any
horse shoer con operate thes shues as well os
1 can, when Ihey buy the right; bring your
lame borscsand have them examined free: re
member, it costs you nothing where no benefit
is received. PROF". J. 11. SMITH, specialist of
horses feet, 748 S. Main St., or P. O. box 700.
"VTO FOOtTxo"~HORSE— HORSES _ SHOD _ AC
lx cording to nature and agreeable to or .
shoes made for all diseases of the feet. GOOD
WIN'S SHOEING SHOP, 264 8. Los Angeles
street. 1117 tf
PATKNTB, COPYRIGHTS, Em.
PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS IN ALL COUX-
L Hies obtained, bought ond sold. Trade
marks, copyrights, etc., by S. .1. DAY A CO..
patent attorneys, rooms 232-233 Brodburv
building, Los Angeles Established 1849. l-28t'f
HAZARD A TOWNSEXD, 9 DOWNEY
block. Tel. 347, Los Angeles. 11-21 If
KNIGHT BROS.7PATENT I, AWYKftS"AXII
solicitors. 30< Stimsnn block. Est 1543. 1
I'OBD'.lt-.
campbeliT pres't il a. bill post
j.ingco.; the only honest bill poster. 119
X Second. Tel. 1475, Sign painting.
/"i~KO. P. McLE AX~PKESI D EXT ST ATE BILL
\,X Posters' association; the only bill poster in
Los Angeles. 254 8. Main st.
SIOVDS X I* A IftaD,
C™iri :: ATrc> w
/ 158 W. Fifth streeL Repairs made for any
stove in the U. S, Patterns made to order. 15
GASOLINE STOVES CLEANED, REPAIRED
Tel. 1008. BLACK MA N, 463 S Spring st
MANTELS).
.
cabinet ware to order; hard wood lum <
ber. M. BOHKMAN, 51* a Spring st; Tel i
368. lm 1
FOR NATLE—CITY PROPERTY.
ESTAbTTsTiED 1887.
NORTON A KEN X ■ UY, P.KA L X STATE AND
Investment Brokers, 134 S. Broadway;
. telephone titi i.
$375 buys lot on Towne »ye.
' if 00 buys lot In Hoive'i tract.
i $3r>» bnya lot In Crouton tract.
, BHO ) buys line lot on W. Twrlllh ut.
' SHOO buy» tine comer on Bonn c brae st.
■350 buys lot ou W. Ninth at.
$910 buys elegant lot on Twenty-second,
, | near Figueroa.
| $2750 buys fine corner on Hill st.
$600 buysoil lot near Court and Douglas.
' MHOOO buys 12 lots In the oil belt.
• $750 buys fine lot on Temple, cost $3000.
! $16i>() buys 10 lots on Alvarado St.; a gool
I oil proposition.
j l me list ol business property on application.
> $60C0 buys a ohoi, c 16-ncre eorne-. two line
: aven es, solid lo navel oranges, eight acres In
; j bea ing. rich sediment soil, deeded wa er.
1 | good bouse and barn; a model house ot a «ac
i I rillcc.
$4500 buys a fine 10 a- res at Covins, solid to
lemons just in bearing. line six-room cottage,
good barn, deeded water, elegant location and
I decidedly cheap. See this.
!
I. $9030 buys a model 15-aere orange grovo in
r ho-rlng. rich loom soil, deede I water In CO'
I , meat il. me, hue two-story house, good barn.
! This place w ill pay for itself with threo crops.
' V9AoOboys2o acres, solid lo navel oranges,
Just in bearing, with eight acres peach trees
' netween. good farm hous ond barn, 00 shares
I ! water from Azusa ditch; ti decided bargain.
' | $275 per oere buys a model country home at
I Gardona, mostly lv lemons and straw berries.
: new si-room bouse, fine barn, deeded water;
■ I offered at a sacrifice on account of sickness.
I book this jkp.
$1000 buys o fine 10 acres on Vermont aye.,
: o.litt.c soutu of thecity; no alkali.
$12:> per acre buys R fine ranch nf 155 acres
adjoining this olty on southeast. Xo other
fond in vicinity ior less than $300 per acre.
i $2."»0 per acre buys a Cine 10 acres on Nat
ional boulevard a. Cahueogo, in cultivation.
Look this up if you want something in iros.
le s bell.
Houses in all parls ol this city at prices to
suit all purchasers. Carriage al'office to show
property.
IjlOR A KEEXEY CO.,
1 10* S. Broadway.
$2850—Eight rooms, just finished, all con
veniences; stieet graded and sidewaiked; very
easy terms.
Six-room colonial, very fine; something new,
on samo street, In be finished in two wecka.
See these bouses before buying; best volue in
the city.
MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
JOHNSON A KEENEY CO.,
26tf Owners.
Ijp oR — LOT~"3Ox 150 "ON
Fremont avenue, close to Temple street
only seven blocks from court house, street
graded and curbed and sewered, worth ftIOOO
$366- Fine lot on Byram street near Tenth
street, 30x140.
Also gooi lot» In oil parts of thecity from
i $100 to $100,000. DAY A CLARK, 119' .. S.
spring. t 'it
t-IOa~SALE-AS eleg.O"t"~9-"room. two"
story bouse; lower .lory all finished In-
I b-rd wood; fine mantels and extra good
j plumbing. This is one of the prettiest homes
|in the city nud is located in the feahlOna'le
portion thereof, in the lovely South Bonnie
Brae tract. We arc offering this propertvata
gnat bargain. CLARK A BR VAX, 127 'West
IhirdsL 2-5
T7OR"SALE IX LOS ANGELES CITY-TWO
1 acres of land extending from Bloom to L'
roy st., has large frontage on S. P. R R.
end santa le R. R.; finest location
iin tbo city for factory or warehouse
1 purposes. Will sell at a bargain or lease for
! term of years. CLARK Si BRYAX, 127 West
i Thl d et. 2-5
I 7* OR SALE —OXE~MAX'B LOSS~IS ANOTHER
man's gain and It will be yours if you act
| quickly in availing yourself of the nice 50-foot
. lot on rwentv-eighth St., near Figueroa, at less
I than its value, CLARK A BRYAX, 127 West
! Third st. 2-5
! SALE—
X 1 Stop. Stop. Look.
$ 1450
Don't miss this chance to get a home close in.
G-room house, lot 51 feet front; easy terns,
ERNST A CO.,
11-20H 113 West Third St.
N'ici LEVsL LOT, SEWER AND STREET
work done, ready for building on Barileft
street; is worth $800, b.t must be sold; part
cash. BEX WHITE, 221 W. First st. Itf
-RARE CHAXCE.
TTOUSE OF 5 ROOMS, NICELY FINISHED,
.11 situated one block from cab c ears; nice
I lawns, walks,shrubbery, etc. j everything com
! piele and in good condition; is worth $1800; I
! can be purchase! this week at $1300; $800
j cosh, balance to suit p irehaser. see tbis bar
! gain at once. Apply to BEX WHITE, 221 W.
i First st. 1 tf
i T7 OR ~S ALE —AT A bTrG aTx ; A FEW LOTS
jJP in the Grosser trot. Central aye., Flast
Fourteenth and .Newton sts,, for only $4011
each, ou easy terms. These lots are 50 foet
frontage on graded streets. Call on owner for
1 maps, etc. WM. GROSSER, 130 S. Broadway.
12 stf
1 ?OrTaL»—XEWfI ANb li-ROOM COTTAQEB
1 i)ii University electric line; balhs, wuier
closets, mantels and all modern conveniences;
large lots, cement sidewalks; prices $1450 to
$1700; small cosh payment ond monthly in
sta lmciib*. THOMAS S. EWIXG, owner, lib
s. Broadway. 14
I7OR SALE -MODERN 10-ROOM HOI Sg,
V stab c, lawn, flowers; lot 50x150, cement
walks, etc., on Twenty-fifth street, near Grand
avenue, at a great bargain for short time, as
owner is leaving the city. F. A. HUTCHIN
SON, 213 W. First st. 12-2 lm
, on W*. Ann si., suitable ior two families,
half block from two car lines; also a lot 9tixl23
feet, on Alpine st. near Yale; a rare chance.
Ceil at or address 1310 X. Main su 11
170R SALE AT A BARGAIN—A - MCfTIIO.
J 1 foot lot on clean side of Twenty-third st..
near Grand avenue, owner wonts money and
we mean business. See us. CLARK & BRYAX,
127 West Third st. 2-5
I7OR SALE--'s3ooo-60x i 80- TifiT~F~iNEST
lot on west side of Grand avenue, near
Adams st. This is one of the choicest locations
in ihe city and is offered at a gr-at bargain.
CI.ARK A BRY»N, 127 West Third st. k-5
i;»OR SALE-LOOK THIS UP AT ONCE. A
fine deep lot on tbe clean side of Twenty
fix Hi si., near Grand avenue, for only $,200.
CIARX a BRYAN, 127 WesiThirdst. 2-5
J.-OR SALE—FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, THIRTY
* first st , between Main aud Maple; must bo
sold: cheap on easy payments. TTIE DEN
VER BUILDING CO', 237 W. First st. 5
HOUSES ON I NftTAL ME NTS - IN ALL
par's of ihe city, or will build to suit yon.
BARLOW A SHERWOOD, 123 S. Broadway.
, 11-11 tf
170R SA LE—ilTsT ALLMBXT COT
-1 tage. close in, $1100. POIXDEXTER A
WADSWORTTI, 3u5 W. second st. l-i '95
VOH eAjuE-LIVK STOCK.
"£(ORISLE^J^iBT^N
I 20 head of gentle horses single or double,
from $30 un; some good family horses; you
can get just what you want by coming down;
I guarantee everything I sell. V. V. COCH
RAN, Citizens' Stockyards, corner Second and
San Pedro sts. 11-20 lm
I -lOR SALE-SPEEDY HOUSE: HARNESS
1 and road wagon of local make. Ju»t the
thing fore.ity delivery, T. IXXIS. 2-sun tus^
I SOB SAT. EA N DEX CIIAXOE—FTNE S INGLE
' and double drivers, buggies and burness.
I:. I', bacon, reeroo- -uuth R/nadway.
F.IK S tI.K-«I»OKI.I,ANKOIJS.
I
V lure exchange, between Spring nnd Main, i
for a line line of Japanese rugs, linen-warp ami .
Chinese mattings; office desks, cylinder and
flat top; also a general line of household fur
ture, including mattresses, pillows, lace cur
tains, portieres, window shades, etc., all at the '
lowest prices; household goods carofully
packed and shipped: highest prices paid for
second-hand household furniture. 9-10 tf
170R~SALE Oft" EXCHAXCE FOR . LIVE
; slock—Buggies- jump seat and three scoter
also a splendid 6-vt ar-old, black surrey horse.
Call or address MiGARRY, 024 E. Bth st. ;
F'ok sale- half 'interest inv"al7u- - a
able patent. Addr ss X., box 20, tbis office.
17T6S SALE - 150,000 OLD POSTAGE
1 stamps, cheap. T., box 28. this ofhee. j
1,-1 OR SALE-OLD PAPERB N QUANTITIES <
; to suit, at this office, 1
MEERSCH A CMf OIIODS.
J'jAUL KOYNE — MANUFACTURER PIPES j
and canes, German sport pipes, German
cigar and cigarette holders in meerschaum
and wetzel wolo. Meeracbauni goods re- .
paiixd. 200 SautU Braadway. 10-2 59 )
for sAi.t-ciry PKOPcRrv.
I.AOR SALE
r BY JOHN H. COKE,
207 S. BROADWAY.
70 foot lot on S. Spring, is positively the
cheapest piece of pro -erly on the street. Don't
miss it. Must be suld to satisfy mortgagee.
Lot on Thirtieth st. at your own price; lo
cated between Main and Gri-.nd aye.
44 acres, highly improved, including horses,
cow, chickens, farm implements, in fact every
i thing complete to ko right 011, water In abuud-
I eeee. His without doubt one of the finest
' I places lv Southern California; income last
I year $3700.
A handsome residence in the city at a great
! sacrifice.
100 feet on First street, will bo sold at your
own figures. Owner desires 10 leave tho bloom
ing country. You should moke o rush for this.
You will never regret il.
Corner on West Seventh St., with Improve
ments, is decidedly low ut the price asked.
Property on Broadway is going up rapidly.
Buy before, it goes up out of sight. Parties with
limited capital will do well to Invest now.
Make me an offer on large house and lot on
First st.: don't be afraid, you can get it at any
reasonable offer.
Moke an offer on lot 77x309 and eight room
house or. West Washington sr. Owner lives
east and desires to get rid of sain-, can be
bought very low for cash.
JOHNH. COKE 2075. Broadway. 11l
IT 1 OR SALE-HOUSE ON THIRTY-FIRST ST.:
I 5 room-, bath, gas; lawn; tile walks and
fraded street: beautiful home; price, $2200;
500 cash, balance payments to suit. DEN
VEB BUILDINJ;_co., 237 W. First st. 11-7 tf
FOlt SALK— COUNTRY PKOPKRTY.
I7ORSALE—2O acres within 3iTmiles
I of Los Angeles: nearly all in Washington
navels, 3 tos years old; c evatlon desirable;
orchard in lirsi class condition. This Is a
model and profitable home; price, $S,IOO.
5 acres in full bearing oranges, one mile
from depot In Pomona: $30119; or will ex
change lor hous • in Los Angeles.
10 acres at Duarte; 7 acres in oranges; fine
water right; and elevated and sightly home:
only $5500
lo acres one-half mile from Ontario; all in
oranges and prunes, with variety of other
fruit; a paying orchard home; •0000.
HOLWAY A SCHETTER, •
9 3D9 W. Second street.
1->OR SALE-ORANGE ORCHARDS, 5-YEAR
oId; fine crop 01 fruit, piice, $500 per
acre: one orehortl 0 years old, .ftlOj per acre:
have very line grove at Alhambro for sole; a J
sightly place iora borne; price, $50d per acre, j
A pretty home at Eagle Rock. 3« acres; price, 1
$8090. Improved properties at Duarte, Co- :
vina, Glendora, Pomona, Ontario, and a few at I
Highlands and Redlands. 'Ibe Pomona Real i
Estate Exchange can furnish you with any !
kind oi Und you want. ELMO R. MESERV'E, 1
109 S. Broadway. 26 |
F~~bR~SA LE- 10 ACRES IN THE BLUE RlB
bon orange belt at Duarte: between ti and
7 acres set out lo best varieties of oranges,
m.-re than two-tbi ds full bearing, Bsharesln
tbe best water right in S uthern California:
small house: one of the best sites for a borne
in tbe son Ga'rici valley; magnificent view: I
just the right elevation: moderate price;
terms easy, Address OTHEM AN STEVENS, !
this office. 11 tltf j
I IJIOR AND CHICKEN
4? ranch home; 3 acres all in hearing fruits: ,
a No. 1; 0 room cottage: or*nge county; cosh, j
$30u; balance $10 monthly; no intetcst; a
home bargain. TAYLOR, 102 Broadway. 9
1-iOR SAI.E-S"ACRES VERY FINE LAND; 1
1 2 acres berries, balancj allalfa. Ibis Is a
I borgain. ll yoi vant acreage call and see our [
; list. We have lots of it.
SMITH A O'BRIEN-, j
5 147 S. Broadway, j
Idk a Ann—cash: rare eh ujcb to buy :
a home; acres near Palms, on j
Arnaz tract; 5-room house, well, outbuildings, ,
400 eucalyptus trees, family orchard and 3000
Rrape vines. Call on or address the owner,
000 Alameda sf. 12-13 I
ISor sale-t'he best and ciTiTaTest - :! '
' acres iv 'he city; plenty of water, and well
suited ior chicken'ranch or dairy purposes; a I
bargain. T. J. CUDDY. 201! N. Spring U.
11-13K i
T7OR SALE-fSfi."!;' 37ACRES OF THE FINEST
A kind of alfalfa land, wiih water right near
the city and a great onrgsin: only $05 per
acre. T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. spring s„ 11-13U'
170R~SA'i^^*6 _ Ac'iTEBl3ooi> LAND WEST
JT side Ontario, at a bargain; reasonable
pood chance to make money by subdividing.
EDWARD ERASER, 210 S. Broadway 11-27H'
CHEAP HOMKS-BUPKRIOR"FRI'IT LAND,
watered by Lake Hornet Water Co. system,
the largest in s. Col. lor lull particulars call
on HEME! LAND CO., Baker block. 1-19 95
IA ACRES OF GOOD LEVEL LAND, EQUITY
ll" $1 110. Riverside county, for eastern prop
erty. BEN WHITE. 21 W. I- iret st. lif
LOST AND rOUSP.
a ii iTt?Tmy~ TIXcL-r ioT east
\ First street, Wednesday noon, a clipped
bay horse, about 10 years obi, brand S li on
left hip, hitched to a Concord open buggy.
Owner can have same by calling and paying
expenses. 11
T^OST-A~ FOX TERRIER DOG; BLACK
ears nnd eves': answers to the name of ,
Bessie or P< ngii. Return to WM. FERGUSON, !
149 E. Water St., East Los Angeles, aud receive
reward. 7
OTO LBN—GRAY HORSE ABOITIO YEARS
Oold; small slit in right ear; left knee en
lar ed; is unshod. Notify R, Box 90, this
ofllce, and receive reward. , 0
J OST—BLACK SPANIEL BITCH, SUNDAY'
\j afternoon, from Miller*", Twenty-liintn st.
and Central avenue; reward will be "given. 0
I7OUND-BROWN 1101LSE."""A"rcrTEbFOR"D,
J. Daylou st., East Los Angeles. 0
1.-lOUND-SAM,"" THE CHAMPION HORSE
' clipper. North Broadway. 11-25 lm
BK YCI.HB.
X" YA^Ti?rcr^7rY^(Hi?-\vhen iirT)c7trßT
ride a Keuting. Style correct, quality
correct, price correct. HAWLEY, KING A CO.,
210 and 212 N. .Main st.
ULBRIGHT ~4t KITChTn, AGENTS VOrX
Thistle bicycle. Flrsl-class repairing, en
ameling and nickel plating. 438 S. Spring st.
Vlr" K. COWAN, MGR . TITos!h".B.~\'ARNEY'
II • coast agl. for Rambler bicycles. Tele
phone 13_>l. 427 S. Sping st.
MARCH BICYCLE -STRONGEST WHEEL
made; ligbl and durable: latest styles;
improvements. H. O. HAINES, 339 N. L. A. sL
PICYCLES AND VEHICLES FOR SALE,
1) trade or rent. E. M jA'T, 401 S. Broadway. •
w 1 — " ' — " —r— lsc
CHIROPODISTS.
iT^ATTAx"rSx-Surgbon'^chiropoihsT- •
pedicuring for ladies and g.'ntlemen; KOO '
stimson block, corner Third ond Spring; Sun
day hours, lo to 4. 10-17 Om
TkM RS. 1. J. KENNEDY, MANICURE AND '
IVJ chiropodist; moles and hair removed by !
electric needle. Crocker blk, 2125. Broadway.
18
M~ .
massage; 211 W. First st , opp. Nadeau.
12-24 tf
DR 8.-ZACHAU, SURGEON CHIROPODIaT. J
124 S. Main St.. rooms 4 ands. 10
~— ', 1 — ———~ 1 , 1 — — 1 —
lIKEssMaKINO.
RS. Ao'aMS AND
dressmakers; tailor-made suits a specialty, 1
mouruing suits made on shot notice, reason- :
able rales, goods furnished when deslied.
Rooms 21 and 22, 119' i S. Spring. 12 2 3m_ :
J' Af)lEB THAT LIKE TO WEARFms'f.'CLASS .
j fitting dresses call at 124 8. Main st <
Dresses made from $1 up. MRS. STOLTEN- <
BERG-WOLTEK. '.
ME. - HUMPIiRY HAS RETURNED TO ,
Los Angeles and opened her dressmaking '
parlors at 416;* South Spring st 11-11 lm t
1 KIN AW CI A I*.
• TJACIFC LOAN COMPANY.
1 (INCORPORATED).
Loans money In any amount on aIV
kinds ot ci>llnler.tl securities, dia
monds, jewel y, scal-klns, mer
chandise, ele. Also on pianos.
Iron and s col safes, without re
moval, I'arlial payments re
ceived. Money quick. Business
confidential. Private office for
ladles.
VV. E. DRGROOT, Monneer,
S-29 ly ROOMS 2, II und 4, 11 IS. Spring st.
IIOXKY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
.Ivl watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc.; also on
pianos, merchandise, lion and steel safes, fur
niture in lodging houses, hoarding houses and
hotels without re mo vn I, also on OUT and coun
try properly; low interest: can hove money at
once: business eonlldenii.nl; private otllco for
ladies. GEO. S. ROBINSON, 233 W. First st.,
rooms 2 and 11. 12-22
UNION LOAN COMPANY LOANS MONEY
on all kinds of collateral secur ty.
watches, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, and
furniture iv lodging ami boarding houses, and
on pianos without removal; private nffici lor
IfrlUv. r oom business confidential
< I.Altlv A SHAW, managers, rooms 111 and
112 Silmson block. 11-1 m
CITTERNS' INVESTMENT CO.,
.. • , 224 P. Broadway,
block and bond l,r >kers; loans murtkages, se
curities and in estments; cellcclio s made,
. taxe, paid nud p.operty inanag.d lor mm r si
j dents oruthers. 11-2IHI
poINDKXTEK A WADSWORTIf, BROKERS,
i 800 \\ . second st., buy and sell mortgages
stocks, bonds and any nood securities; If you
wish to lend or borrow or Invest in real estate,
| call on ns; collections made and property
j managed lor non-residents. 28tf (
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS. .lElV
elry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live slock,
carriages, bicycles, a id all kinds of personal
and collotoral security. LET.; BROS.,
2-IS ly 402 S. Sprl ig st.
npO LOAN »80,000 ON REAL ESTATE
X security, and low rates of Interest, city or
COltntrV. Come and see us. eraser A JEN
KINS, 132 s. Broadway, 11-36 Cf
'I HI LOAN -I'NiIMITEI) AMOUNT FOB
1 small lo.ns; no commissions; licht ri*
pensc. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
2211 s. Spring si. J-11-96
Vf ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE, IN
i\l sums Of $1000 lo $10(1,000; no charge for
examination of propcrtv or title. 245 s. Mam
St. MAIN STREET SA \ INOS HANK, U-llitf
M" ONEYTO'LifyAN~ATll"i : Eiril'KNTi RF.n"t>
sre' co-operative Investment Co., F. H,
TRUE, general agent. 306 W. 'Third st. lm
IX) LOAN-fOO,OOO ON CITY PRoT'ERTY
In aniuuiils from SCJeid up REN'I'RO,
REEVES A CO., 213 8. Spring. 2i
r|"M> I.OIN-MONEV IN SUMS lO Sl' IT AT
i reasonable rales. WM. F. BOSBYSHEI.I.,
lit. S. Broadway tf
TO LOAN—MONEY ON personal iKtJ
ritv. JOHN 1.. PAVKOVK'H, 220 West
First. 28 It
M" "o'x _ RATES. BAR.
LOW A SHEKWooD, 123 South Broad,
way. 11-20 ti
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT-SEE
F. A. HUTCHINSON. 213 IV. First street.
12-17
M~ ONEY TO LOA N 1 N~SUMS TO SuTfT
SMI 111 A O'BRIEN, 47 8, Broadway.
11-27 If
e|-0 LOAN $.0000 IN SUMS TO SUIT OF
1 IfWlOand up. K. c. COOK. 353 S. Main. 25
rpo LOAN-8100 TO $100,000; 5' , "to 8
A net. 220 W. First st. « 5 if |
MONEY' TO~LOAN - IN SUMS TO SCIfT i
M 229 W. First st.
To" LOAN* -MO.N EY ON !
220 West Fi rst. 2d_t(
I mi c mtin 1..
j 'IMIE 1.03 ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEo3 I
. A (ineorpora ed). located ot Itl S. Main su, 1
lls the largest aud best equipped institution la I
Soothe n California It provides a thorough!
business edue.tio ■ in the most t.rac.iea. way. I
The shorthand deportment lcds all compett-1
. tors, and Is a great success. Its dcpurlmcut of m
! penmanship is conducted by E. K. Isaacs, al
teacher ol national reputation. Day session m
open ah Iho year. Night sessions Moiday, 1
Wednesday and Friday nights of each weeicfj
tend foi can!, gue. E. R. SCIIRA KKit. pres.; M
V. W. X ELSE V vlee-pres.: L N. INSKEEP. secj
VXTOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, tt7B all
; (I Spring st.; .be oldest, largest and linesM
! equipped com aervlal school in aouteern colißfl
1 forma; a thorough course in ihe commerciafla
j branches and bsnglng ; a superior and suceessfH
ful shorthand and typewriting dep.r mentJß
ond a practical KngHaa course: new colL-geH
' rooms, perfectly lighted ond ventilated; elec-S
j trie elevolon'oi pupils' use: ne* turnilurcamlfl
i 0 np] .slices: open all the year; pupils received™
f atony time; Illustrated catalogue and full in*!]
: formation free. 11. A. Hough, president! X. ■
J C, vice-president. 4 4 ly 1
; 'IMIKOOP POLYTEU UNIC INSTITUTE, CAJkI
; 1 a run, Calf.mi , the only Institution fta 1
j l-o.ilhern. California providing thoi-ougii in* I
: dus rial and nr. training for boll: sexes in con- 1
, neclion with scicntilic, I terary or c assioal '1
education. Sloyd school lor younger puuile. I
i Manual training school and college 1 f teelinol. 1
; ogy. courses lorn ly elective. Good homes 5
; for ttudents. For catalogue and full iuforma- *
I tion address PRESIDENT cIIARLKa H.
1 KBYTES, Pasadena, California
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND YOUNG
, 1 men. Bryson block, 3d and Spring. The cir
cular gives particulars. A. B. BROUN, prlnci-
I pal, _
108 ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL (IN
j cnrpur„iert. for kindergar ners. Address
MRS. N. D. MA YIIEW, b7ii W. Twenty-third sL
7.4 tf
C- <
J 410 W. Tenth st. I
I MISS PARSONS and MISS DENNKN. U-13-tf ]
\BTBURY SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRIT
ing school, Potomac b,k,3175. ii'way. 1-Stf
\STRURY BAN.IO STUDIO, POTOMAC
block. 117-S Broadway, 7 s;f
1 XcmtiloN-.
sonally conducted, leave Los Angelea every
Wednesday via southern Pacifto, Denver and i
Rio Grande and Burlington route lor Chicago, J
New- York, Boston and othcroastern points; up- I
bolstered tourist cars with all conveniences* 1
See any Southern l'acilic agent or write :o T. 11. 1
DUZAN, 1 17 S Broadway, l.os Angeles, Cel. I
JUDSO.N'SPOPULAI: ENi'I'KSIoNS EVERY
Monday, over the Rio Grp.noe Western and j
Denver and RioGronde tailways, scenic route; /.
personally conducted: newly uphoi tercd. y
Cars through lo Chicago, Now York ond Bos- II
ton Finest equipment, best service, quick (I
time. Ofllce, 212 S. spring st. ,
PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDDOTED 1: X- /
A cursious. via Southern Paelflc, Rio Grand© l\j
ond Rock Island routes; leave Loa Angelea
every T uesdov, cross Hie Sierra Nevada*; pass
the enlire Rio Grande scenery and make 10 I
hnuis' slop at Niagara Fulls, all by daviighr. /
Also via the southern rout nEI Paso and Fort (1
Worth, every Thursday. Office, 18s 8. Spring V
Blreet. ' v-9if ,
PIANO". j!
V/OR BAKE— BA I: g a INS— 1 STANDARD lipT X
r right piunu. slightly used, $2or>; 3 Fischer !.,
piano in good condition, $18.5; 1 School organ, ",l
In good condition, $25. KOHLER a chase /;l
233 south Spring street. 11-11 If iJ
1-lOR PALE — ELEGANT NEW UPRIGHT <1
1 piano; will tske board and room In part J
exchange. Adilress .1. box 89, this otliee. 9
UKUSOTIVK AUKNcIBS, 1
I sham a Mckenzie, detective agency, \l
233, 234, 235 Stimson building. /(■
Twenty years' experience; reliable operators, I
lurulsbcd on short notice. Teons lonsonable ■
Nl.'KSi.kll!-. I
II YNe"r~!iXs "or NT A L~A~Nf> (I
deciduous fruit tre s, large variety. 212 W. \M
Fourth sL call or write.
MOTKLM. I
II AND BROADWAY }■
first-class board nnd lodging summerifl
rates: si.lies for families. I. .1. sI'AULDING. <'M
KaClai BLKMISHttS. I
\vXllTi-TAND MOLEIH
c 3 permanently removed by electricity; hours,■
II to 1. Room 1, 202 s. Broadway. j\m\
OOULIHI'B. liH
HAMMELL,
former y located at Stowcll block, has re-cH
moved .0 Stimsou building; ollices, 315- HOjH
hours. 9 to 4. _Li^iLii2l_jH
HOUKH. jH
MA NY^ITHOUSAND
ond rare books. Stationery and
supplies FOWLER A COLWEI.b. il5 W. 2Uj3M
tHllßlits' SUI'I'LIICM.
HOPPERSTEAD,
iiul uifgr. of guaranteed razors and vrui'H
erofall kinds of cuilery. UP W. Third sf. 7feW
n.> Ai.iusi. \aLail
• papers carefully Uiuwu. 252 S. BinulH
30H

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