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FOit HALU-ITTY PROPERTY*
—ORANGES—ORANGES—SWEET ORANGES—
—And—
LEMONS ALMOST AS SOUR—
Do you want an orange grove? Young or old,
goo 1, bad or indiffeient, any way you desire.
You pays your money and takes your choice.
Any Bize, any price, providing the owner
agrees. I have them cheap, awfully cheap, and
1 have them very dear.
All mv groves are in the frostless belts. Tho
Very cold sections 1 leave fur the other fellows.
I don't sell tow n lots and hay stacks, shanty
flats nor city homes. There aro plenty of fol
lows duing that, at leasl trying to.
Alfalfa fie'ds I have a few and deciduous or
chards some, but orange groves and lemon
groves, for these i am your man. I know a good
one from a bad one, and if you are sharp you
wi 1 know it too, alter you have paid your ten
derfoot fee.
Here is a snap bargain
-AT COVINA—
10 acres at Citrus corners.
180 Eureka lemon trees, live years old.
150 Villa (franca Ire.-., two years old.
850 Heath Cling peaches, Umr years rid.
One acre strawberries in tine condition.
On and one-half acres in barley.
House of seven rooms, l sto'.ies high, hard
finished, go id hath and closets, roomy rustic
••tablo, windmill and tank, cement walks,
pretty gardens and law ns; splendid water
right Price 96000,
—AT COVINA—
10 acres of 4-year-old Navei orange grove.
Fine loca ion, excellent soil, no buildings. A
bargain al #1200.
—AT NORTH POMONA—
Not far from Pomona college, and near pub
lic school, one mile north of the frost line; an
abundance of water: land sy-.tematicall ar
ranged for irrigation; cement head and cross
ditches: >»0 acres of beautiful orange and
lemon orchards. You can buy twenty, forty or
more acres. A very line crop of fruit on the
trees, everything in the best of order;
miles north of Pomona,one mile from North Po
mona and one mile irom Pomona college
at (Tarcmont. Price, #150 to #500 an
acre. You can not make v mistake by invest
ing in these orchards.
—NEAR THE ABOVE—
A twenty-acre orchard home piece. Eleven
acres full bearing olives, and balance oi place
in oranges and lemons; all in bearing- Good
house, stable, etc. Price of this beautiful
place is only #10,000.
— AT OLE N DORA—
Glendora is 25 miles east of Los Angeles and
lies close to the foothills, and is notably free
from frosts nnd severe winds. The altitude is
about 900 feet above <-ea levej. One mile east
Of Glendora I have 80 acres of as tine land as
can bo found in Southern California, Abund
ance of water,private right, good reservoir and
pipeline; fair tarra buildings; 17Uj acres in
b-aring orange anil lemon grove, five years old
and vety line and h* ullhy; large crop of fruit.
Plenty Of orange and lemon trees iv nursery
to plant* ba lance of land. If you want a nice
Orchard here It is; a fine home in a beautiful
and healthy location and is very cheap at the
price asked, only #16,000.
This place is open to your inspection and i u
vestigetlerj*
—AT DUARTE -
Duarte is noted for its fine fruit, has an
Abundance of water and is entirely free from
frost and winds, only fifteen miles east of Los
'Angeles. A beautiful home place of twenty
acres, six acres 10-year-old lemon and orange
trees; four acres Navel orange four years old,
eight acres four year-old lemons Valencia and
Medlteranean Sweet oranges, two acres peaches
and alfalfa; pretty garden, hedges, etc.
House built two yeart ago and consists of
seven large rooms good stable and out-build
ings. Price, $17,000; easy payments.
-AT ALHAMBRA—
Only ore hour's drive from the city and half
an hour from Pasadena, close to Raymond ho
tel. Very sightly location for a home; a' com
manding view of tho San Gabriel valley. Ten
aorei of oranges and lemons two years old.
Trice, #5000.
-AT NORTH POMONA—
Beautiful homes and fine orchards, from two
acres up to one hundred acres. Young or
chards and old orchards and some betwixt and
between. If you desire an orange grove come
and see me, then compare prices and vulucs
with others you may find. v
Remember I am your man for
—ORANGES—ORANGES—SWEET ORANGES—
-And—
— LEMONS ALMOST AS SOUR
Call on or address —
ELMO R. MESBRVE,
Pomona Real Estate Exchange,
109 S. Broadway,
liOR SALE-CITY PROPERTY. T HAVE
' two snap bargains—a new two-story house
of 8 rooms, and a 5-room cottage. Terms easy.
Now if you are looking for a good thing cal!
and see about this. J. W. BROWNING, 142
North Main street.
-r-- 31
T\o YOU WANT A BARGAIN IN THE WAY
.1/ of a line residence in the city? Do you
v.' hi to buy a good residence lot? Are you
looking for business property on Broadway?
t>o you w ant to buy a lot and build a house on
the Installment plan, interest 6 per cunt? It
ma you are looking for alfalfa land from
#50 to #80 an acre, with a good supply of wa
ter? Do you want to borrow money? If you
an desiring any of the above call and sco A. J.
DRI RY, 807 W. Fourth st. 1
TjWB SALE—
8-3500 house 5 rooms; lot 50x150 to 20 foot
alley on Seventeenth between Main and Grand
ay i"iue;cU tin side of street,beautiful yard and
garden, bam etc., complete.
MCGARVIE, HAY A CO.,
1 2 is couth Broadway.
T?ORSALE—9I 100—37xlAo,ON TOWNE ,AY-
X enue between Thi- i/and Fourth streets.
DAY A CLARK, i String.St 1_
RENT-MODERN \IOUSE 4 ROOMS,
V 1232 santee sweet, inquire at 220 South
Olive street tf
FOR SALE-CITY PItOPEK IV •
TJIQB SALE
HOUSES, LOTS,
AND
LANDS
lIV
KLOKKE tv. DARLING,
Investment of Capital and Loans.
242 S. Broadway,
HOUSES.
On Figueroa street, between Washington
and Adams; one of tin? handsomest residences
on the street; all modern conveniences; large
grounds, rare (lowers and shrubbery. If you
want a comfortable, handsome, typical Cali
fornia home in the tinest residence part of the
city, and to be in the swim, come and see us.
#6000—On Woo street west of and close to
Figueroa street; a J) room residence; all mod
ern Improvements; lot 00x140 to alloy: tine
lawn and shrubbery, and on cloctric car line.
A bargain.
#10,000—On Sixth street, near the Tark; a
handsome residence with all modern improve
ments; lot OttxldO to an alley. This Is a de
sirable place and a good safe investment, with
a promising future,
$2800 On Twenty-seventh Btreet, near
Grand avenue; ad room cottage; modern im
provements; barn, cement walks and crossing,
lawn and shrubbery. A cozy home,
$3300—0n Twenty-first street, west of and
adjoining Figueroa street, a six-room cottage
in excellent neighborhood! barn, lino lawn
and shrubbery; lot 50x150. if you want a nice
place cheap, investigate.
92800 —OU Thirtieth street, near Main, a 7
rooin cottage, newly decorated; bam iv rear]
iol 50x180] hue lawn and shrubbery; easy
terms.
Income property, now paying net 7 per cent;
3 stores in the best business part of Downey
avenue, on lot 40x150; price, $5000; desirable
aud a bargain,
LOTS.
One of the choicest lots on Figueroa street, a
southwest corner 76x100, for $75 per front
foot.
81900—Lot on Bonnie brae street, between
Seventh and Eighth, 50x150.
$1200-Lot on Eighteenth, near Oak; very
choice; 50x170.
$1100—Lot on Seventeenth street, west of
and close to Figueroa; 50x175.
91025—L0t On Maple avenue, between Elev
enth and Twelfth streets, 40x150, to 20 foot
alky.
A bargain on EUettdale Flace, on west side of
street; lot, 50x200. You can have it for #1050,
way below its value. Do not let it slip,
Lot on Los Angeles st. near Washington,
51X152W, with barn which rents for #5 per
month, for #1000. liny il quick. It is cheap.
A southwest corner on Flowor st Lot
40x155 to 20 toot alley. Very choice and de
sirable. #..200.
COUNTRY PROPERTY.
..TO acres first class orange and lemon land
in Riverside's frostless belt, with 40 inches
constant flow of water, within three miles of
the postotllce. The owner is anxious to sell
1 being h non-resident. Price #80 per sere, the
greatest bargain in the county. Easy terms.
In the center of the beautiful little town of
Tustin a seven acre orange grove in full bear
ing. Handsome house end barn. This is one
Of tbe most d si ruble homes in the county.
Street cars pass the place. Price $8500.
Between Northam and Buena Park, a first
class dairy and hog ranch; 150 acres; within
one-half mile of two railroad stations. Price,
#40 per acre; cheap.
A fine 30-acro orango grove in the famous
Placentta district, near Fullerton, 0 auge
county, in the frostless belt; soil a rich sandy
loam; trees 5 years old; 80 shares Of water
sfcOCX) present crop, 1500 boxes; a desirable
investment; will bsar close investigation.
Price. #10,000.
Near Fullerton, Orango county, in the frost
le.-s belt, 40 acres strictly first-class laud, than
which no better on earth; six acres In 0-year
old walnuts; 40 shares of water stock. Can be
bought lor #7500. This is au Al pluce aud a
bargain,
KLOKKE ft DARLING,
242 S. Broadway.
HENRY A. DARLING. K. F. C. KLOKKE.
1
IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY TO SELL OR
exchange, only on a reasonable basis how
ever, it will pay you to consult W. R. BURKE
A CO., 2IS 1 .. North Spring street. Wo have
requests for property in the southwest, south
Of Second and cast of Main street, WIT 11* COLD
cash lo tmck them Up.
We have also offers of trade for l.oth city and
country property and if you have anything
whatever, backed by reason, In this line, don't
forget to call and call quickly. Very many
people could lie vastly benefited, somu by ex
changing for city property and so others by
exchanging for country property, and that is
What we are here for in this connection.
in the matter of exchanges, we have parties
who have money to put in as well as other
property, whenever it is warranted by values
on the Other side. It will cost you nothing to
call and may bo tho means of benefiting you
greatly.
We also act as agents for owners of houses
and have excellent facilities to secure good
tenants and close collections.
We negotiate loaim of money from #250 to
$500,000. Yours until we see you,
W. It. BURKE tt CO.,
SIBH N. Spring street.
(Upstairs.) 1
tS6~R BALE—LOTS 141 x 102 QN A CORNER
X on Eighteenth street two blocks from elec
tric car line; street grided, Curbed and ce
ment walks. If you want to double your
money soon you can't beat this at #000.
A lot 50x150 feet on Thirtieth street cast of
Hoover for less than $1000. This is about one
half the nrieu asked for lots iv same vicinity
A choice lot, in Ellendale place for $1200 if
taken at once; joins a fine two-story residence.
Two lot* on Thirtieth street one block from
Hoover, #500 each.
Fifteen lots Oh Pico and adjoining streets for
about one-half the price others are asking;
these belong to a man non-resident, aud his
nstructionsare to sell; to sec them is to buy
them.
350 feet frontage only one-half mile from
postoftieo and on a corner; this is a big snap
at #3000, and worth your while to investigate
i£ you desire lo make mpnev.
MEEKINS A SHERWOOD.
1 118. 8. Broadway.
ISOR SALE—WE HAVE 2700 At' RES TO
1 offer at a bargain in Riverside county, or
will exchange for city. This is line land, "with
water; price low.
5 acres choice land south of city; clone to
station; gond 0-rooni hard-finished house;
well and irrigation water; #3000.
2W. miles SOUth of city we can show you as
One land as In California for $225 per acre;
abundance of artesian water.
7'ij acres miles south of city on Ficucroa
street, with house, well and fences, forslooo.
We have lo acres to oranges dirt cheap and
fine as any foothill ranch, loaded with navels,
#4000.
Lemons - we have a lino 8 acres near city,
loaded 1200 boxes on trees, at v bargain; 9
years' crops will nay for place.
MEEKINS A SHERWOOD,
1 llS'a South Broadway.
0N GRANdTvENIJE,
' 10-room residence, all modern improve
ments, a bargain. DAY & CLARK, UOfeg.
Spring st. , 1
SALE—94SO; SMALL HOUSE'UnD~~LOT
1 0.. Clement street; only $450.
ff, J. CU.< ,DV, 200 N. Spring.
COS ANGELES HERALD TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY I. 1805.
FOR HALE—OITY PROPERTY.
SALE
By JOHN H. COKE,
207 S. BROADWAY
70 feet S. Spring st 917,000
50 feet S. Grand aye, $2000
60 feet W. Sixth st $30,000
30 feet E. First st $4,800
40 feet S. Broadway $25,000
100 feet E. First st. #20,000
70 feet San Pedro st $10,000
40 feet E, First st, Brick Block $22,500
30 feet B> Hill $0,000
50 ieet Alpine Bt $700
00 feet W. Eleventh, corner $2,500
45 foots. Hill $3,000
50 feet W. Twenty-eighth st $1,200
50feetIowa, Corner $575
50 feet VV. Sixteenth st $400
00 fcetS. Broadway $15,000
60 feet W. Seventh $15,000
60 fcetN. Broadway $6,000
25 feet E. First st ■ $6,000
SOfeetSanteo st $1,500
8-room house W. Washington at your* own
price; must bo sold; lot 77x300.
Make offer on house and large lot on Pearl
street, near First.
8-room cottago near Temple, cost $18,000;
will sell for #10,000; go and see it This is a
snap.
44-acre ranch highly improved, one of the
finest places in southern California; income
814000 last year; worth #14,000; will dispose
of it for 912,000; reason for selling bo cheap,
owner not a rancher.
7- room cottage, North Bonnie Brae fit, on
installments.
I
EXCHANGE
BO acres near Fresno, improved; everything
complete for ranching; will exchange for any
properly in Los Angeles; will give a good trade
for unincumbered prroperty.
40 acres 10 miles from the city, for vacant
lot.
Fine residence, Boylo Heights, for other
property.
Fine residence, Redondo, for house and lot
in this city.
Lot on Figueroa for house and 1
JOHN IL COKE,
207 S. Broadway. 1
JpOR SALE
BARGAINS IN CITY AND COUNTRY
REAL ESTATE,
By McGARVIB, HAY A CO.,
218 S. Broadway.
BUSINESS.
Two large corners on Broadway, close in;
will pay high rate of interest on investment.
Broadway, bet First und Third sts., #80,000;
70x165, improved, netting 7 per cent on in
vestment,
SPRING ST. BLOCK.
Two-story brick, 40x105, #28,000; gilt edgo.
SPRING ST.. NEAR EIGHTH.
70x165, 8-room house; $17,000; A-l invest
ment.
MAIN ST., NEAR FIFTH.
50x165, 12-room house, all modern improve
ments; $10,250.
RESIDENCE LOTS.
$7000—76x190 finest corner on Figueroa.
#950—50x150, Tenth st., close to Grand aye.
$850—Coiner lot in Moran tract, 49x140, to
alley.
$1050 each—Two lots Twenty-second st, bet.
Main and Grand aye., 60x120 each.
NOTE—OU! books contain one of tho largest
and most complete lists of property In the city.
Vacant lots in all parts of the city, from 9100
to #100,000 in price. We are also able to sell
you a home on terms as low as $200 down and
payments of $20 a month. A'su the liner resi
dence, to suit the wants of all. Come and see
if we are not telling you tho truth,
v
McGARVIE, HAY & CO..
Biokers and Notaries Public,
No 218 S. Broadway.
1
OUSES FOR SALESROOM NEW HOUSE;
a model of convenience; all modern im
provements; cement cellar; large orange and
lemon trees. Worth $J50o; price $2000, half
cash, balance on time. Southwest. 180.
We have a new 8-room Colonial house, com
plete from cement cellar to roof; fancy hard
wood finish. Complete throughout with every
modern improvement; connected with sewer.
Price $3500: a sure bargain. Southwest. 137.
Large 0-room cottage; new; all modern im
provements; lovely home; large orange and
lemon trees. Worth #3000; price #2300, #1000
cash, balance #17.50 per month. Southwest.
8- room 2-story house: all modern improve
ments; lot 51x105; ou West Washington st.:
corner; owner must sell. Worth $3000; price
#1750, $1050 cash, balance on time. Sacri
fice. 91.
6-room cottage: southwest; 50x150; block to
ca:. Price #825.
5-room cottage, stable, etc ; Bouthwest;
#1250, $300 cash, balance monthly install
ments. 150
tl-ronm cottage on Mateo st., near Seventh.
Price #850, $350 cash, balance easy terms.
4-room cottage; lot 58x110; largo stable;
block to electric car; E. Los Angeles. Price
#000, #300 cash, balance easy payments. 188.
MacKNIGHT & CLA\,
1 252 S. Broadway.
p-UXR SALE— ~
$■2000—Two-story house, 7 rooms and bath.
Corner lot 60x150 to alley, Eleventh street
near Maple avenue. A bargain which will
stand inspection. McGARVIE, HAY & CO.,
218 South Broadway.
1
FOR SALE-NICE 4-ROOM COTTAGE, GOOD
location. #U0O; $200 cash, balance
monthly; now rented for $10 per month.
What better Investment do you want? HUB
BARD A LOVE, 318 West Fourth tt. 1
ITtOR SALE--FINEST LOT IN THE CABLE
1 Road tract, near Temple s\ cable: 9200,
pnvable #50 cash and $IO per month. HUB
BARD A 1-oVE, 228 West Fourth st. 1
I "OR SALE-LOT ON WEST TWELFTH ST.,
1 close in, #525 ; tbts is way below its value;
must sell at once. HUBBARD A LOVE, 228
Wm fourth at>. 1
rOK SALU-CITY PROPERTY.
FOR B\"L£ss2Wo
Vernon aye.
0484)0-—New 8-room modern house W. 21st.
$7000—New 11-room residence, H. flower.
$M>oo—9-room residence, W. 30th st.
#1900—H-room collage, Hoover st.
$1300—New 5-room cottage, near First st,
cable.
$1500—5-room modern cottage, l«th st.
*2500-New 0-room cottage, Winfield st.
$2500—5-room cottage, Georgia Bell at.
$1750—5-room cottage, w. Twelfth st.
#j)f>oo—9-room, 2-story residence. S. Flower.
$1000— New 9-room modern residence, Pasa
dena. G. D. STKKETER <fc CO.,
_1 110 8. Broadway.
FOR SALE—SPECIAL BARGAINS! '
We ofter for quick sale, a beautiful home,
elegantly furnished, and situated right in the
finest portion of city; the furniture, practically
now, cost $3500; everything as fine as silk;
will be offered for a few days at $2500 less than
its value; will stand Investigation.
— ALSO —
An elegant home of 8 large rooms, surround
ed by modern homes; everything designed for
comfort and convenience; this will please any
one looking for a model home; just completed
price, $0000. FRAHKR A- .IhNKINS,
1 132 8. Bioadway.
I~SOR SALE—S3OO, 58x107 FE ET WE ST
' Side Los Angeles near First; improve
ments on lot now paying 9 per cent net;
price $300 per foot.
T. J. CUDDY,
1 200 North Spring.
FOX BALK—COUNTRY PROPERTY..
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
COOK .t PEARSONS,
244 South Broadway,
Make
a specialty of cheap
land in any sized
tract desired,
If you want anything
in this line do not
fail to see us.
'if you want to
buy or sell city
property
see us.
If you want to
negotiate a loan
SCO us.
Come and sec us any way,
COOK ,t PEARSONS,
244 8. Broadway.
SALE—CAEAP HOMES-WE HAVE
X state school lands, with patent, at from
$1.50 to $1.75 per acre. In tracts of from 40
to 640 acres; no residence or improvement
required; these lands are under ihe Victor
canal and in tho urtesian belt; buy now while
cheap and get the land from tirst hands, for
you will have to pay from #40 lo #iJO per acre
In two years. We have sold over 20,000 acres
to parties who have lived in Los Angeles coun
ty from 5 to 30 ye rs and who know a good in
vestment when they see it. The Columbian
Colonization company, with a capital of #4,
-000,000, are to bulla the Victor canal. We
also have school and government lands in Los
Angeles, San Bernardino, Kern, San Diego aud
Riverside counties. These lands are suitable
for almonds, cherries, prunes, peaches, pears,
grapes, alfalfa, wheal and barley, and vege
tables grow to perfection, DAY & CLARK,
119 1 a S Spring st. X
IX>R SALE—ORANGE ORCHARDS, 5-\'EAR
old; fine crop ot fruit; price, $500 per
acre; one orchard 6 years old, #600 per acre;
have very line grove al Alhambra for sale; a
sightly place for a borne; price. #500 per acre.
A pretty home at Eagle Rock 32 acres; price,
#8000. ' Improved properties at Duarte, Co
vina, Glendora, Pomona, Ontario, and a few at
II ighlands and fledlands. The Pomona Real
Estate Exchange can furnish you with any
kind of Nnd you want, ELMO R. MEBERVE,
109 a Broadway. 28
TJiOR SALE-CHOICE 5 OR 10-ACRE LOTS
X at Hollywood in the Curson tract on Sun
set boulevard and dummy line, with or with
out trees; this is the finest foothill location for
homes in the world; no frost; #300 to $450
per acre in bearing trees. RRODTBECK &
McCONNICLL, sole agents, 113 South Broad
way. 30-1
I /OR SALE OR EXCHANGE-$9000—40
1 acres of land near Anaheim; 3 acres bear
ing walnuts, 5 acres apricots, balance young
Eaper-shell walnuts; 20 shares of water slock;
ouse, well, windmill, tank, barn and chicken
pens, old shade trees; all free and clear. Will
take city property in exchange. Price, $9000.
T. J. CUDDY, 20tf North Spriug st. 1
F""~OR SALE—S7OOO; 20 ACRES OF LAND ALL
set to bearing fruits and berries: modern
house large barn, plenty of artesian and
mountain water, near the railroad an l a very
choice place; will take some city property In
exchange. T. J, CUDDY.
1 206 North Spring.
XJIOR~BALE-SI2S—DAIRY RANCH OF 80
1_ acres, 5 mileß south of the city; house, well,
windmill, tank, water trough; all cross-fenced
into2o-acrc pastures; piace now paying $150
per month, but must be sold. Only $125 per
acre; part in other property. T. J. CUDDY,
206 North Spring st. 1
/COMPULSORY SALS OF LAND TO CLOSE
Vj up an estate—32o acres of grazing and
farming land in Tulare county, Cal., 10 miles
northeast of Visalia. 1 mile distant from Ka
wcah station on Southern Pacific railroad.
Apply at once to JOS. MESMER, Administra
tor, Los Angeles, Cal. 12-17-tm
TjlOR SALE—
Ten acres of fine land with water, $100 per
acre; only five miles from the city; a bargain.
T. J. CUDDY,
1 200 N. Spring.
FOR SA LE—ssooo—A FINE BEARING*
orchard of 25 acres, with modern, 2-story
house, largo barn, splendid water right; very
profitable and healthy home; only 8 miles
from tho city. T. J. CUDDY, 206 North
Spring st 1
I" lOR 8A LE—JUST WHAT YOU ARE LOOK
-1 ing for; fruit lands in Ventura county on
terms to suit purchaser, at from $25 to $50 per
acre. For particulars call on or address L. A.
ROSS, agent, 207 W. Thirtieth St., Los Angeles.
1-28
T7*OR SALE—HERI IS A SNAP 30 ACRES"OF
X tine level land; a No. 1 peach land. Now
ready to plant to barley or fruit trees. Only
short distance from city; for the low price of
40 per acre. A. W. WRIGHT, 309 W. Second st 1
|7U lR SA LE—IN RIVERSIDE COU NT V
X cheap homes; superior fruitland ; watered,
by Lake Water Co., the largest water
system in Southern California. Call HEMET
LAND Co., Baker block, L. A.
TJ>OR SALE ACRES OF CHOICE
X I land, all in berries and paper-shell wal
nuts; new 6-room house, barn, etc.; close in,
near Vermont aye., Southwest. T. J. CUDDY,
206 North Spring It 1
T7\OR SA LE— B5OO, OtXl OIL ! VA ACRES'
X miles from court house; level land,
plenty of water, in Ivanhoe; one-third cash,
balance casv; great bargain. KRNbT & CO.,
113 W. Third st. 12-27 tf
1"-H>R SALE—A GREAT BARGAIN—2I-ACRIO
1 prune orchard, about 7 miles from city
limit". Prrce, #150 per acre. McKOON &
YOAKUM, 234 W. First st. 30-1
I~OR SALE —140 ACRES GOOD LAND WEST
1 side Ontario, at a bargain; reasonable time;
good chance to make money by subdividing.
EDWARD ERASER, 216 8, Broadway, 11-27tf
~I7tOR~SALE—IO-ACRE PEACH ORCHARD
X I for sale; trees 6 years old: enclosed in good
fence with rabbit netting; price, $1100 cash.
Write J. MANNERS, San Jacinto, Cal. 27-e-o-d
TjiOß SALE-slso—lo ACRES OF CHOICE
X alfalfa or berry land, 5 miles south of the
city, in artesian belt: $150 per acre, part cash.
T. J. CUDDY, 206 North Spring st 1
-MOR~SALE-28~ACRES~ WELL IMPROVED'
J" wilh house, outbuildings and barns, all
under fence. To be sold at a bargain. Addrena
PHINEAB TIBBET, Palms, Cal. ltitf
17»OR~ BALE8ALE OU EXCHANGE-$1500; IT FINE
; lots in the heart of Sprague, Wash., with
some cash, for property in this county. T. J.
CUDDY, 206 N. Spring St. 1
1.1 OR SALE—2^,'ACRES, PASADENA; FINE
< location,view aud water;sl2so—s26oeash;
or will exchange for cottage and assume
mortgage. 312 W. First St. 1
r/OR SALE-ONE OF rHE - FINEST LOCA
" lions, adjdinine pasadett* from 1 to 300
acres, with wat \«.' a'--,8 Box 28, South Pas
adena. I
TJMJR BALB ■■ OF ORANGES AND
V lemons, full blocks 777 and 796.
Ontario, Add; South Pasadena. 1
FORKALE-COUNTRYPLOPHRTY.
In exte^TdrNTTo^ur?^n 3reit
ing to our friends, we will call attention to
the facts:
That we have a long list of desirable eastern
property to exchange for Southern C liferuia;
improved or otherwise.
We have choice lands from #5 per acre up;
suitable for colonies, alfalfa ranches or bones,
and can, In many cases, put In other properties
in part payment
We have the choicest orance, lemon or de
ciduous fruit lauds to be found, with first
class water right
We have a magnificent rancho near Fresno,
best of water right, over 500 acres now in fine
alfalfa, good houses and other outbuilding!:
price, #75,000. Will exchange for Chicago
property.
Our list of city property is long and varied,
among which are many bargains. ERASE a &
JENKINS, 132 South Broadway. 1
BARLOW~& '"SHERWOOD,
123 H. Broadway.
60 acres near Fullerton—4o acres in walnuts,
8 acres in oranges, 5 acres in alfalfa; 12-mom
bouse, fine barn, deep well, horses, cows,
wagons and Implements, Owner is a merchant
and cannot attend to it. This is cheap at $22,*
000, but see it and make an offer
Also near Fullerton. 40 acres in walnuts.
This is the finest 40-acre walnut grove in tho
state. Whole or half. Price $21,0b0.
80 acres on Vermont aye . south 01 city: fine
land aud nearly level; can all be irrigated.
House, barn, well, etc. This is a rare bargain
at $100 per acre.
Wo have a large list of country property for
sale or exchange. If you wish information
about any part of Southern California, call
and sco us. BARLOW & SHERWOOD.
8 123 S. Broadway.
SALE—OO ACREsToF NO 1 ALFALFA
land; 20 in alfalfa; go.nl house, large barn;
4 acres assorted fruit. All fenced and cross
fenced; easy terms.
16 acres in a'falfa; good house, barn and out
buildings, $3000.
10 acres iv walnuls, 2 and 4 years old,
peaches and prunes set between; good house
and barn, well and out buildings; easy terms.
No. 1 alfalfa lands from $40 to $150 per
acre In amounts to suit. If you want an alfalfa
ranch I have the best bargains in the state.
_2 BAKER, 230$; 8. Sprlng_st_
FOR BALE-ONE OF THE BEST IMPRi iVED
homes in the famous Cahuenga fruitless
foothills, 6 miles from courthouse, on line of
railroad to Hollywood, a short distance from
propose l ! electric road to Santa Monica; place
consists of 10 acres, good water supply, home,
large barn, bearing orange, fig and other fruit
trees; 6 acres In.Choice lemons; a fine drive,
flowers, etc , at a bargain; also 10 acres, unim
proved, near by; a splendid location. For par
ticulars apply or address FRED J, MOLL, Sr.,
211 E. First st., Los Angeles. 1 \
FOR SALE—Io ACRES IN THE BLUE RIB*
bon orange belt at Duarte: between 6 and
7 acres set our to best varietiet id oranges;
mote than two-thirds full bearing; 9 nharestn
the best wrter right in Southern California;
small house; one of the best sites for a home in
the San Gabriel valley ; magnificent view; just
the right elevation; moderate price; terms
ersy. Address OTHEMAN STEVENS, this of
fice. 11 otf
tTanCH FOR SALE — 35. ACRE FRUIT
Iv ranch, within 40 minutes d;ivcof court
house, about 15 acres in fruit, income this
year $1409, increasing every year; this fine
ranch can be bought very cheap, will take pari
In trade if must be; come In aud inquire.
MACKNIGHT.fc CLAY, 202 S. Broadway. 1
17*0 R SALE-160 ACRE-, TWO MILE-* FROM
railroad station, all smooth atid tillable: in
a good neighborhood. We can sell this at the
extremely low price #12.00 per acre; one-third
cash, balance long time at low Mite of interest.
HUBBARD A LOVE, 828 W. Fourth st. 2
17U)R SALE- FRUIT AND FARMING LANDS
in small tracts on very easy terms to set
tlers. Ono year's advance interest tho only
1 ash payment required. POINDEXI ER &
WADSWORTD, 305 W. Second. 2-1
J7lOR SALE—TH E BES T PA V I NG PEACH AND
1 apple orchard, in full bearing, near Los
Angeles. Price, #100 ccr acre; easy terms. A
W. WRIGHT. 309 W. Second st. 1
rpEN~ACREB~ OF"' LAND IN RIVERSIDE
X county. In the foothills. Plenty of water
for irrigation. In frostless belt. Address It,
box 10, this office. 1-1
1" PALS—SMALL TRACTS OF FINE LAND
between this city and Redondo. An abund
ance of water. A. VY, WRIGHT, 309 W. Sec
ond st. 1
X?OR SALE—FRUIT ORCHARD IN THE SAN
X Fernando valley. 10 miles from this city.
#125 per acre. A. W. WRIGHT, 309 \\, Second
street. L
FOR HAI.E-MVB STOCK.
"17OR SALE- JUST IN FROM TULARE WITH
X fcO head of gentle horses, single or double,
from #.10 up; some good family horses; you
Can get jUSt Wha| you want by coming down;
I guarantee everything i sell, V. v. COCH
RAN, Citizens' Stockyards, corner Second and
San Pedro sts. 11-25 lm
I" TWOrTsALE ONE CARLOAD. 20 HEAD OF
1 younghorses; sound, well bred and broken;
all in fine condition; every horse sold by ma
guaranteed to be as represented. JOHN MC
PHERSON, cor, Third and S. Los Angeles st.
IrtOnTsALE-BAY MARE, 5 YEARS OLD;
1 well bred, stylish and perfectly gentle; any
child can drive cither in harness or sadddle;
you must see to appreciate her; will sell cheap.
220 West First street. 1
OR SALE—OR EXCHANGE, WELL-BROK- j
en farm, business and surrey horses, at tho
Westminster stables, 1 10 and 112 E. Fourth st.
Guaranteed as represented. 1-13 j
IM)R SALE, AND EXCHANGE—FINE SINGLE
! and double drivers, buggies and harness.
B. F. BACON, rear 508 South Broadway.
FOX RALE — LOOGtNG HOUNEH.
ROOMS IN THE
j heart of city; leading saloon on first floor;
elevator to third floor; a good proposition to
right man. Price, $2500. BEN WHITE. 2Sif
tifcOOTi — LODGING HOUSE, 11 NEATLY-
furnished rooms, rent $35, and other
bargains, at City Exchange, 139 N. Spriug. tf
AGICIAN'S OUTFIT, CHEAP; WILL
toach purchaser free. Apply bet. 2 and 4
6 and Bp. m, 521 & Spring st 3
TM>R HALE-COMPRESSED FUEL;'CHEAP-
X est In City; try it. Office, 139 S. Broadway;
tel. 429. Compressed Fuel Co. 3
T/OR~SALE-0R EXCHANGE, HIGH GRADE
X '94 patent bicycle, very cheap. Call at or
address 356 S. Broadway. 3
«\ SELL YOUR LODGING HOUSE QUICK CALL
Z City Exchange, 139 N. St.ring st. tf
FOX H*LK—MIHCKLLA > K"U*.
IT* OR SALE—
I WATER.
There is a large amount of water that can be
developed and sold to tho people of Los An
geles If you arc interested in water and have
cash it will pay you to investigate this.
SMITH & O'BRIEN,
12-27 tf 147 8. Broadway.
OR SALE-3 POOL""AND 3 ' BILLIARD
tables, Brunswick &. Ualke make; almost
new; very cheap. Enquire of DUKE. BLACK
& CO.. Royal Billiard Rooms, 212 SouUt
Spring st. 1
tfiOß BALK—AN ELEGANT NEW UPRIGHT
1 piano; will take board and room in part
exchange. Address J, Box 80, this Office. 25tf
17M1R SALE - 150,0 .0 OLD POSTAGE
1 stamps, cheap. T., box 26, this office.
ISoR SALE —OLD - PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
1 to suit, at this office.
ATTORNEYS-AT-L %W.
"I OHN W. MITCHELL—PRACTICES IN ALL
f} California courts. Entrance,room 9, German
American Bank bldg., cor. First and Main sts.
CHENEY A- CRONIN -NW. COR Fit \ N KLIN
and Clew High sts., Los .\ngeles. Rooms
12, 13, 14, Abstract and Title lnsurunce block.
ECK & FOLEY, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
8 and 9, Moore bfk, 110 Court st. 5 21 95
X V. HANNON, AITOKNEY-AT-LAW.
fj •Farmers it Merchants bnk bid,room 4, 5.10
E. BACON 7 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ROOM
• 1, 810*4 N. Main Bt. 13
WW. HOLCOMB-ADVICE FREE ON ALL
» legal matters. 211 West First .-tr.-et.
WH. SHINN, LAWYER, ROOMS 205 TO
* 208, Wilson Uk:, cor First and sprint*.
CHARTER & PIERCE. LAWYERS, OFFICES
'35 to 38 Bryson block, Los Angeles 8-10-tf
TT & HOUSE, AtTOIWKY-AT-tAW t 1|» w.
\_) • First st. Collections promptly attended to
CH. MARTIN, LAWYER AND NOTARY,
• 139 N. spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. 10
\\J F. HENNING, AtTOKNEY~AT LAW.
VV ■ Rooms 60 and 67 Bryson block.
NURSKKIEB.
1)
deciduous fruit tre I *, large varicly; 212 W,
Fourth street.. Calt or w rite.
CON l ItSCIOKS.
ous and asphalt paving. 237 W . First st
Foil RINI- BOCBKB.
I -lOR RENT-* NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE
i nnScond street. A]iply BELL ii BABI
CHI, 805 West Third street. 1
J?OU KKNT-lflia-5 ROOM COTTAGE, 2024
Michigan aye.
♦ 15—5 room cottage, 2028 Michigan aye.
BIO—S room house, Staunton st, south ol
Ninth st
BARLOW Ji SHERWOOD, 123 S Broadway.
ltl
rptl RENT-QNLYTWoT.EFT OF THE KEN-
L sington flats, -1 11 nnd 413 Temple street,
opposlteollve streot; elegantly finished with
latest modern improvements, large bath
rooms, electric tells and speaking tubes. See
owner, J. F. HENDERSON. 143 South Spring
street. 12-18-tf
I'll RENT—S.ROOM HOUSE WITH ALL
1 modern improvements in perfect order:
B\Y corner ol Pearl nnd Tenth street.,, lr'4t> per
month including water. Cull on .1. H. 1.1L1.1E
nt Hotel Lillle, owner, south Hill street, No.
534. ' 1
| M RNHHED "".-rouM COTTAGE] ALL COM*
F plele, bedding, linen, ilishes, wood and
coal stoven. gasoline stove, furniture, cur
tains, etc., i months for WO, Apply to
11. E. SIDDALL, 312 W, First St.
TO LET—# 2.50 MONTHLY; 5-UOOM COT
tage with attic; furniture. $125; worth
8176, for safe to renter. MAGNOLIA AYE.,
lliird house north of W. Washington.
1/Tdt KKNT-IBUS—LARUEIdHtOOM HOUSE,
; No. 17 liamnrd park, southwost corn-r
Grand aye. an i Washington at. BARLOW _
SHERWOOD, 1235. Broadway.
I^ORT - :RENT-7-.RobM lIOUKE, w771l OR
r without furniture; bath, hot and cold, gM;
128 Hoyle aye.. Movie Hoigiits, corner Second.
Apply i'-'d W. Second. EOtf
f?6R RENT—UPPER FLAT, 7 ROOMS'AND
I bath, modern imp'ovomeuts, as a whole or
BUhdivhl.4l>9'l urncr st. 3
FOX KENT—ROOMS.
OF TWO
1 looms fronting on Temple street close to
center of »■ i• y in private family. Inquire of
2 i. C. HARPER, Harper & Reynolds Co.
l/oR KENT — PLEASANT FURNISHED
V room 4-, Good hoard. Private family. Best
part of city : 4011 W. 'i wenty-tirst St.. 4 doors
west of tirand aye. cars. 1-1-95
rpnE rULKI.It, 1 M w.">ot-¥fil - STRBEtT
A nicely furnished rooms, single or en suite.
One suite- unfurnished housekeeping rooms.
8-24 lm
I -^ItTtENT— 8 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
1 liuuiesiccping for couple without children;
near cars; $ld. Inquire 305 W. Second st. 3
riilli: BUSH—NEW~HOUSE, NICELY RITR
-1 nlsbed, furnace beat ami all modern con
veniences. 121 S. Hunker Hill aye.
TjWK RENT-TWO HARD FINISHED UNFUR-
X uishod fiont rooms for housekeeping: if's
per month. 1919 E- Seventh st. 1
THE NA.-lINII.LE, 28«"\VINSlt>\' BT-~}<
I blocks from postollice; comfortable rooms;
rates very cheap.
I'lllt RENT- FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
1 light housekeeping, January Ist. 820
South Hope st. 1
rpllE DE.NVr.It, 188 N. MAIN ST.: FINE
1 fr.rnisbeit rooms, !p1.50 per week and up;
center of city.
I-ol; RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS REASON
-1 able. 'IHE SMITHSONIAN, 312 S. Hill St.
20 I
1-M Eti ANT KRONT ROOMS, FURNISH ED,
Jjolose in; all conveniences. 522 S. Broadway.
/ iRANII PACIFIC, 432 SOUTH SPRING ST.;
vjfine large rooms; $3 per week and up.
rpTO LET--3 OR 4 FURNISHED HOUSE-
I keeping rooms. 234 E. 'thirty-second st. 5
1/11 P, R E NT-- NICE LV FU R NI SH E D ROOM IN
private iitinlly. 113 s. olive s r . 2
l-OH ItlliNT—MlsiCl I.L ANKOUN.
I~^)R~RKtvr
'lenuessee streets. Suitable for grocery or
butcher shop. Inquire McGARRY, 1024 East
lielilh st. I
BESIMESH Ii 1,-i.VM.-.
pERSONAL-COFFEE,
I our gigantic coffee roaster.Javaand Mocha,
85c lb; 2a lbs brown sugar, $1; 5 lbs good
Japan ten, $1; 10 lbs corn meal, 15c; 0 lbs
tapioca, 25c; 10 lbs raisins, 25c; ti apricots,
25c; 5 lbs rigs. 200; ft lbs prunes, 25c: 0 lbs
buckwheat. 25c; n lbs beans, 25c; can deviled
ham, ftc: hruok trout, 15c; 3 can oysters, 15c;
50 bars soap, ifrU ; 50-lb sack Hour, sso; bacon,
pork.Ojic; orange marmalade lv Vmlk,
sc. ECONOMIC STOKER, 305 s. Spring Btreet.
IJEKSONAL — RALPH BROS.—GOLD BAR
tlour. title; city iloui, 75e: granulated sugar,
21 Us 91; brown sugar, 23 IbsifU; 7 lbs rolled
wheat or oats, 25c; sardines, 5 boxes 25c;
(omatoea, 2 can 15c: 7 bars German family
soap, 25C; 5 gallons oil, 00c; gasoline, 05c; 4
packages starch, 2fte; lard, 10-lbean, 75c; 5
lbs, -loe. 001 S. Spring street, corner Sixth.
pHASE'S MARKET, till S. SPRING—S LBS
V' boiling beef, 25c: 2 lbs round stenk, 15c;
rib steak, tic; sirloin, tenderloin or por to i house
steak, 12 1 .jc; stewing mutton, 3c; 1 gof mut
ton, Sc: rib or shoulder chops, 2 lbs 15c.
Everything else iv proportion. CHASE'S
MARKET, OIK S. Spring.
Y| lIS. ADAMS ANIi li«An7 FASAIONABLE
,VI dressmakers; tuilor-made suits a spec alty;
mourning suits made on short notice; reason
able rales, goods furnished when desired.
Rooms 21 and 22, llU 1 - S. Spring. 12 23m
V WONDERFUL MEDICINE*FObTf¥m^\Tk•
irregularities from whatever causo; H
never tails lo give relief: 35 years' experience.
Address DR. A. J. CIEBNER, 107b; N. Main St.,
room 12. Please mention the paper. 11 31lf
PERSONAL-- PALMISTRY;' ONE HAND
1 read free: every hidden mystory revealed';
lifo read from cradle to grave without a mis
take: 2tos a, in. 111., W. Third st.
PERSONAL ELECTRO THERAPEUTIC
X bsths; electric treatment seientitically
given; magnetic and massage electrlcltv. 25c.
MRS. E. BOBBINS, 431 S. Main st. 'lino
MME. LECROQ, FRENCH * DRESSMAKER,
cor, second and Mnin. neyt toca'hcdrnl
PHYSICIAN*.
1 MtEE-AT
I pensary; in order to iutroducu our com*
moo sense methods we will will give the tirst
week's treatment free to all new eases: all dis
eases quiek'y and permanently cured by our
methods; eminent physicians in charge. Call
or write, oil 1 ., N. Main bL, opposite l'ico
Hous'. 3m
ITjmW DH - ''• W - UNGER. EX-ARMY~DOC
IU-t-jE? tor irom Berlin, tiermany, cures all
female and chronic diseases, both 'medical and
surgical; catarrh, rheumatism; medicine, $1
abot-le; cancers, tumors, piles removed with-,
out knife; come and see the cancer. 254 3.
Main st. Ottiee hours 1112, 2-5, 0-8. 10-Blm
I IT M. E. RAYMOND M.D.. LADY PHYSI
XU clan: diseases of women and childred a
specialty. Ortlce and residence, 2511 a Main
st., l.os Angeles; telephone 182 west; ottiee
hours 3 to 5 p.m.
N~ OTICE-K7 D.~WISE, M. D., OFFICE 225 S.
Spring st.; office hours from 8 lo 10 a. m.,
and 1105 p. m.; diseases of women a special
ly: graduate ol Jefferson medical college,
Philadelphia. 11-14tf ,]
MRS. DR.~J. IL SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD
wifery. Ladies cared lor during conline
tnent at 79r Bellevue aye. calls prompityat
n nd-d to. I'cb-pbone 1110 0-5 if
H YOEIA TREATMENT FOR ALL DISEASES;
. most successful method: no drugs; has
cured hundreds; consultation lreo. I. X.
TUTTLE. 043 S. Broadway. •Z-Zf)
BXOrHRIIINR.
BURLINUTON ROUTE
sonally conducted, leave Ixis Angeles every
Wednesday via Southern Pacific, Denver and
Rio Hraude and Burlington routo lor Chicago,
New York, Boston and other eastern points;
upholstered tourist oars with all conveniences.
S«e any Southern Paeiilc ageulor w rite to T. H.
DUZAN, 117 s. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
PHILLIPS- PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Ex
cursions, via Southern Pacific, Rio Grande
and Rock Island routes; leave l.os Ange'es
every Tuesday, cross tho Sierra Nevadas, paBS
the entire Rio Grando scenery and make 10
hours' stop at Niagara Fails, all by daylight.
Also via the Southern route, E! Paso and Fort
Worth, every Thursday. Office, 138 S. Spring
street 2-0 tf
I "jbSDN'fi POPULAR EXCURSIONS—EVER V
ff Monday over the Rio Grande Western and
Denver and KloGrando railways; scenic route:
personally conducted; newly upholstered
cars through to Chicago, New York and Bos
ton. Finest equipment, best service, quiCa.
time. Olliee, 212 S. Spring si.
BICYCLES.
\r KATIN r
t\ ride a Keating; style corruet. quality coi.
reet. price correct HAW LEY, KING c- CO.
'..id aud 312 N. Main St.
\\' ) K. COWAN.MGR. Til OR H. B.VAmV&", I
'i f' roM ,gt lor Rambler bicycles. Xelc- i
• J IB.il 427 S. Spring st.
BILYI LKS AND" VEHICLES 'FOR SALE" j
toade or rcut S. Moal', 4,01 S, BroaUwi-y. I
KDCCtfIOMAI,, JJH
THE LOS ANGELES
fincorporated). located at 144 P. MaiSn
is the largcsluiid l.cii equipped instltutlotS
Southern California. It provides a
business education in the most p aetlcai W-H
li >- sliorlbaieJ >!• put I ment ieails all compeO
inr-, ami Is a success. Its department |H
l.eitinariship is eonducled by K. K. Isaacs, £9
leHi her of ualio'nal reputation. Day sesslonH
oi en all the yesr. Night sessions Mondsvgg
Wednesday nnd Friday uighu of eanh wcoWfW
s. ti.i for i-atnlogue. K. X si HRADER, prcs.TO,
I w. X EI.sEY, viee-prea; U N. INSKEEI-, see. J
\l-(iolif)'-RY BUSINESS COLLEGE,
y. Spring st.: the oldest, largest and flnem
equi]ipeil commercial school in southern CuNH
iornia; a thorough course in the commercial!
brunches and banking: a superior and su«.'9
ecssl'ii! sh,,riband tuid 1 y(leivrilingdepartmei|ffl|
nnd a pr-.ciic.al English course; new colleaD
r'loms, perfectly ligh'ed and ventilated; eISKH
trie elevator for pupils' use; new lariiitasn
and appliances; open all the year; pupils iWH
ci ived 111 auv lime; illustrated eataloirue anHw
full information free. G. A. HoUUH, presideoSffl
N. c. EEI.KER, vice-president 4-t ly ffi
rpHßOt', l i:.V I EITINIc INSTITUTE, VAiM
1 c. 1. :i .1. 'ii 111,1 llill. th" only institution tttiM
souilii-in i ulifornia providing thorough in. {I
• lust rial "I"! ml l mi Ming for both sexes in (08-.i
iteelion nub seieiltillo, literary or classteaH
education. Siovd scuool for younger pupthLgj
Maiuinl training school and college of techttawl
o.rv. Courses largely elective. Good liomeffH
mr students lor catalogue and full infotaefli
lion address PRESIDENT CHARLES HfM
KuY'ES, Pasadena, CalUornia. 3mm _JH
|)ER.-.iNA! -TitIVATE SCHOOL, I>AY~AmB|
I evening sessions; regular class work; MMW
for 3 month; Spanish or any si eeial study,_tJH
per month; MRS. A. M. FARMER, room 3MM
Stimson block. 7 M
i ' L'ITAR LESSONS HY Ni ITE-EXECUTIoIfI
II a specialty. Guarantee scholars able Mfjl
play iv sooiely in 3 mouths. 50 ots. a lessoe«.|
MRS. C. B. WAITE, 211 W. First Bt, IjX
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND YOlTN"j|
men. Hrvson block, second and Spring,]
The circular gives particulars. A, B. BROWN, |
I ds A TRAININO BCHOOI. tW' -.1
. coi porated) for kindergarteners. Address
MRS. N. D. MAYHEW,t'.7iiH. Twenty-third st,
7-8 tf _________
i-SIRLS* COLLEGIA'I E SCHOOL —•
yjT llti W. Tenth Bt.
MISS PARSONS and Miss UENNEN. 11-18 tf
LONGI.KY SHORTHAND INSTITUTE," 348
Bradbury bldg; special shorthand school.
MLLE. "E TBACHEB,"
310 E. Seventh st., cor. Wall. 11 tf
+-
DENTISTS.
DR. C. A.- RUNS, 129U W. FIRST ST.,
latest appliances fordoing dental work at,
lowest tirices: gold crown aud bridge work:
irregular teeth regulated; wear golddinea
1-lales; are cheapest and best; lady assistant.
1 HH2—Established—lSH2.
DR. L. W. WELLS CORNER .SPRING AND
First st..Wilson blook; take elevator. Gold
crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth ex
tracted without pain. Room 1. m4tf j
ADAMS BROS.'"DENTAL PARLORS, 239U( j
s. Spring st. ; painless extracting and iff f
ing; i di,t.-s ii- 1 ;, sis, t*10; all work guaranteed;
es.ablished 10 77tf j
WH. MASSER7 M. D., D, D. 8., HAS RE- :|
. moved to 245 8. Spring St.; special at- }
tentlon given to loosening teeth and to dls- a
eases ol the gums; moderate prices. 2-18 t%
r~UDWi b i .mer7"d.~d.~ sTi de nt a l of- \
S j lice, room 1. 114 H. Spring st; office be.-rs, i
9to 12 and 1:30 '.oft. U m
\"lbTaN V MEN iA' PARLORS — GE?»MIt I
'V American Bank i 'tilding. A set ol t etn ,%
ifo. Best S.H. wiil'e toe h, Hipper set ly A
S7 WILDER,
CorterSevi mi and Main sts. M
Telephone 1034. 4-11 tf I
r'kenned'yTdentiht, '
Bt, rooms 2, ti and 7. "-mi, rtracttonw^
0-20 tf
I "Ernest allin. d. d. s, v l a.. i:7n "7<fs "
j Spring St., over Boston ston l i 1
BTEVENbT~324H — STSPK MT.I
J? Open Sundays and evenings; elet' '■ . i.-ht, 1
iy _ RrCUNN*INGHAIi7"MNTIST; CA <«
1 • nla Bank building.
rTw7"p7tC('KI:K. HAMMf) I
block, 120W S. Spring at. 11-2 tf ..
riinTiioK',ri< j-hhi.ori. I
• geles, Cal. Views mado lo order n u.irai|. 1
teed. Largest assortment B. California V'ievnHfl
TINTYPES, ~NICE~ST~FINISH,
i cabinets, $1 doz; at the tent, Upper Main s|H
\\* ESN Kit MAX ES FIRST-CLASS - V OBsSH
VV only; #2 up. 120 N. Spring Bt 11 U-a
PLAZA GALLERY—PHOTOS, #1: *ANY SIZE*
and the best flnlsh. 51.3 N. Main st. H-2i_|
MIEKiUUtVM oooua. _____
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and canes, German sport pipes, GermaHH
cigar and cigare'te holders in meerschantesß
and wetzel wood. Meerschaum goods IfJH
paired. 250 South Broadway. 10-2 Wjß
THEY LIKtD NOISE. 9
Litssrary Lights Who Poond a BttmahW«H
Work In Turmoil.
All tbat concerns tho men and
en who give distinction to their t-nf JH
of interest to those who admire, oritsjH
cisc and perhaps envy their achievstj
ments. A special and legitimateoiimH
osity is felt in reference to hHst il
tions under whioh success is 'SIMM
GlimpFns are occasionally given latowH
methods of eminent toilers, and awaa-fl
flerfnl variety is revealed. It is at leSllM
plain that no guidebook to great pet- M
f ormances—the anxious author oan ba*S,™
his choice of several—will determins-'B
the point where exactly the best rewJlsMM
are to be obtained. One man's help is «
auothor's hindrance. Many faoioos I
writers, for instance, have only beea M
able to perfect their thoughts in sllenos I
and seolusion. But there have also bastt I
those who could work in the midst of I
babel and defy distraction. Jane Aus« I
ton, whoso unpretentious canvases are I
full of some of the most lifelike por» I
traits in fiction, was never in the habit fl
of seeking solitude to compose. Btm 1
wrote sitting in the family cirol* and I
under porpetual risk of interruption, ft I
was tlie same with a sucoessfol lady I
novelist happily still living. I
Mrs. Harriet Beeoher Stow* wrot« I
her best known story on a plain pin*
tablo by tho aid of an evening lamp in
a tiny wooden house in Mains. About
her wero gathered obildren ot various
ages, conning their lessons or at play
and never guessing what a treasure
mine of excitement was coming into
existence for other young people in
"Undo Tom's Cabin." A large part of
tho "Roman History" of Dr. Arnold
was composed undeif similar circum
stances. Dean Stanley hiss, sketched the
Rugby stariunt, where Arnold sat at his
work, "with no attempt anaeclusiokt „
conversation going on around hiln —birf
children playing in tbe room—his fresj
qnent guests, whether friends or former*
pupils, ooming in or oat at *ill.'|j
Thomas Lovell Bediloee, a poet of lux-IJ
uriant fancy and tins gooins, thiiagblß
much negleotod, also found stimulus feM
the creative faculty ol bis muse _U|
workiDt? in playful row even noisy cosail
pany. Booa oases recall the story at Ml
iearnei'i man of i'auua, -woo mmwnJLW
IVlontaigne tnac no aotuany laaa-fjd tj_|
be hominad In uproar before her__"||
rv=*s.v*i to studv.—Cliamliora' JonanaVjH
AiiMg irett Wasan V
a crruggisS's clerk in Boston soft jS :ijM
oeeded in maKing a »nnlioine _||
will tleonvo a oat or its woion wUkf *8|
injuring it in tho lease Bema if a
umiaats were experlmeutsa upon ji|H
woeJC. 'Xnoy sat on the peak of ':. 'fl
and made frightful faces at «_Bk a _jH
for four hours wit bout uMWSMfc* ,' I
—PbU_d_luliia-Bt«sa f : Ml
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