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Ie Herald
"Want" Ads
cents per line for single inser
or $1.00 per line per month.
Five cents per line for single inser
tion, or $1.00 per line per month.
1
church notices
church. episco^l—
Olive at., opp. thhe park. Open ev
•ry day in the year. Daily service at 10
a.m. The clergy will respond to all calls
for tbe offices of tho church for strangers
or visitors without reaped to creed, bur
ials, marriages, baptisms or visitations of
tha aick. Use of the church cuccrfully
given free for funeral services. Tel. 143.
Red tt_
" SPECIAL
LEWIS Si AI.DEKSOX.
312 South Main street.
My, my! You jusi|ought to see ihe
f reat big piles of new chairs stacked up
n our basement, that camo in from tlie
factory this week. Chairs, chairs, rockers
and chairs of every kind and price, till
yon can't rest. We only have room up
atairs to show a sample of each kind, lint
if It is chairs you want, inrely we can
please you, and they ara so cheap, too.
Come and take v look at them, whether
you buy or not. for then you can sco tho
latest styles, and will know better what
you want when you are ready to buy.
There is also something nice iv new solid
cut bedroom sets, polished linish, for
120, and others for $10, $12 and $15; new
crumb cloths for $3.50. $4 and $5; chil
fnlHinp hods for $2: line walnut
secretary with mirror for $12; a 5-gallon
White mount;;in ice cream freezer, good
as new, for $7; ladies' Rambler bicycle,
in firat-class condition, for $25; tine
Mason A' Hamlin organ, that cost $190,
and just like new, for $40, it's a dandy.
Come to LEWIS A AI.UERSOX'S for any
thing aanted in new or secono-band fur
niture, and don't you ever buy till you
have seen us. Remember the number is
812 South Main St.
BUSIXESS NEWSPAPER—THE DAILY
Journal, a business newspaper, pub
lishing all the county official records, leal
estate transfers, mortgages and liens,
building news, contract work, financial
news, and all news relating to the re
sources and develompent of Southern
California and the great territory of the
south writ. One dollar per imoiitb, or in
advance $10 per annum ; 227 W. First st.,
Los Angbeles, Cal. ti-ltf
NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol
lowing rules: The hours of sprinkling are
between 0 and 8 o'clock a.m. and (! and 3
o'clock p.m. For a violation of the above
regulations the water will be shut off
and a tine of $2 will be charged before Ihe
water w.ll he turned on again.
THE SAFE 'DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE
State Loan and Trust Co. are inclosed
in a tire-proof and burglar proof vault
with time locks and brilliantly lighted
with electricity; alcoves attached for the
private examination ot valuables, with
writing materials; a young lady in at
tendance.
EXPERT ACCOUNTING-WE HAVE A
corps of competent accountants and
will do any kind of expert work or com
mon accounting. Satisfaction guaran
teed. References furnished.
THE BRIGGS-FRADY CO.,
286 W First st. tf
EUCALYPTIA CIGARS FOR SALE BY
E. CASTILLO, 2t5W W. First si..hit.
Spring and Broadway. For catarrh of tbo
bead, throai. asthma and lung troubles
and to break up a cold they are unex -
celled; 5 eems each. 10 4 4
FREE TRIAL TREA^Me3TtS^
DR. ELLIOTT. MAGNETIC HEALER,
Cures all ailments by magnetism ; consul
tation tree; satisfaction guaranteed:
come and test this wonderful power.
Office, 245 S. Spring st. 3-1
FOR SALE-50 RUNNING FEET OF
wire fence, 10 feel high, with gate; is
in good condition and is suitable for
office, store or factory partitions. Will be
sold cheap. For further particulars cal]
at business office of The Herald. tf
PERSONAL—NEW PROCESS lit KEG
ularities from whatever cause cured
without medicine, instruments or pain.
Sure cure; lady attendants; low fees. No.
819 S. Grand aye. 12-1
THE CALIFORNIA SEWER PIPE
Company has removed its office to 049
5. Broadway. Tel. 1009. MERICK REY
NOLDS, General Manager. 7
VER V ' BEST CREaMERY TUB BUT
ter, June packed, 25c pound; fresh
roll, 40c. HERZOG, 442 S. Spring, also
cor. Fourth at.d Spring. 8 g
THE "OXLY"STORK IN THE CITY
carrying East Indian works of art
aud curios. ;>O4 S. Broadway. Moderate
prices. 11-3 J
EN TERPRISE CARRIAGE WTTrKS—
All Kinds of wagons, buggies, etc.,
bought, sold and exchanged. No. 115
N. Los Angeles st. 9-14
WA nTeD-EVERYT3fHJ V fO KNOW
that L. Herzog, ihe printer, has re
moved to 420 ;S. Main, cor. Winston.
Come and see me. 7
OFFICE - OF~THE ORDER OF THE
World and World's Mutual Benefit
association, 37 Pirtle rlk, Fourth and
Broadway. 9-29
MATRIMIINIAL BUREAU—STRICTLY
confidential ; send 10 cents for panic, I
nlars. Address X. V., hex 10, Herald,
oflice. 7
ALL KISDS OF tiE\Tsilk™a~nd
anese ware at lowest price in city,
CO3 S. Broadway. 7
DR. LA FORCE REMOVED HIS DENt
al office f> 138'j S. Spring si., where
fee invites his old and new paiienis. 3-4
BROADWAY FUEL DEPOT, 432 8.
Broadway. Wellington coal $10 per
ton; full weight. Ring up lei. 472.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PULMON
ary Institute, 443 S. Broadway. See
ad on last page. 6-20 ly
MACHINERY] DIES, TOOLB AND
models. J. YON SERKEY MAXU
FACTURIXG CO., 236 E. Second st. tf
ARTHU It VERYi mi:T ~" - PAPER
banger, BOBJ4 S. liroadway, room 7. -22
4U V. BLOPER. HOUSE MOVER,
rice 112 (.'enter plaoe.
" PA ETCT^
PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS OBTAIN
ea in all countries; bought and sold.
6. J. DAY <feCO., patent attorneys, room
i 5 Bryson blk. tf
KnlgH £~ SOLICIT
tors—Froa book on patents. 308 Stim
son blk. 9-22
HAZARD * TOWNSEND. 9 DOWNEY
blk. Tel. 47. Los Angeles. 3
NURSERY
For "sale- nursery! removal
sale now on; bargains in plants;
prices cut one-third. L. A. NURSERY
346 S. Broadway.
:.; M B D,C/
EDWARD C. FOLSOM, M. D.,
Attends by preferment all skin
iissases and blemishes, removes cu
taneous growths and scars without
pain or cutting. Ollice 120 N, Spring st.;
consultation f "e.
HELP WANTED-MALE
Rates for advertisements under this claasifi
eation—l time, 5 cents per line; 1 week, 30
cents per line; 1 month. #1 per line.
"~ '"hL'MMF.L BROS. A C'O.T~~~
Successora to
PETTY, HUMMEL Ai CO.,
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS
300-302 W. Second st. in batement
California Bank building
Tel. 500.
Office hours Irom 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.,
except Sundays.
Household Jdepart ment—House girl,
family of 4. light wash, cily, $25; middle
-1 aged woman, housework and same care ot
sick woman. $1 it day; girl to assist,
housework, cily. $10; nurse girl, city $10;
woman for day's work today, $1; house-
Keeper, man and child 3 years old. Ban
Diego county. $5 mouth. fare paid;
house-keeper, family 2, city, $15; cook
and second girl. Santa Baibara county.
$25 and $20: house girl. Pirn City, no
Washing, $1S; house girl, hot springs,
family of 4, $20, very good tiorue; house
keeper, Palmdale. $20; house girl for
elderly couple. 111 month; houso giri,
family of 3, no washing, city, $4 week;
solicitors, good commission; ranch coo*
four miles out, go at 10 a. m. today;
house girl. mining camp, cook tor two.
$20. fare paid: middle aged woman, city,
no washing, $15; house girl, Hollywood,
$15.
Hotel department — Two women for
pickle factory. $5 week; waitress, hotel,
rily. $20 month; tirst-class waitress, city,
|fl week, loom; girl to wait on table, two
i meals. $20 month and room: waitress.
Icily, IS week, home nighta; thoroughly
i experienced pantry girl, city, $0 week;
| lirst-class starch ironer, $25 room and
! board.
Men's department — Shoe salesman,
young man with references; shoemaker,
$10 per week and up: ranch hand, $20
etc., milk 6 or 8 cows; roan and wife,
home place, $35 etc. : elderly man for
chore, $4 to $8 etc. ; druggist thoroughly
«vn«i-ienc#H country: American milker.
$25 etc. ; wood choppers, $1.25 and $1.35
cord; juniper'and pine; tirst-class plan
ing mill man. chore man, $10 etc.; car.
vassers; wheelwright; miner, $2.50;
ranch hand, $18 etc.; solicitors; general
blacksmith.
Hotel department—Camp cook. $25 etc.:
waiter, extra. 4 or ft days: second cook,
$35 etc.; dishwasher, $25 etc.; dish
washer, $10 etc. ; lirst and second cook.
$10 and $7, respectively; second cook, $7
week: lirst class cook, $00 etc.; dish
washer, country. $20.
IIVMMKL 11KOS. ,v CO.
WAN I'KD-SAI.E~SMAN" IX AND OUT
of l.os Angeles to sell our goods to
grocers; good commission or salary; ref
erences required, li. X. V. CO., 204 S.
Main St.. SI. Louis, Mo. 5-9tf
WANTED- SALESMAN — $100 TO $125
per month and expenses; staple line;
position permanent, pleasant and desir
able. Address with stamp, KING MFG.
CO., F 73, Chicago. -7-29
EA ST E1! N X M PLOYMEXT AGENCY,
lift 1 ;. X. Main st., furnishes hotels,
restaurants and families wish competent
help at short notice. KEARNY A; CO. tf
WANTED—FOUR CANVASSERS IM
mediately; something new. Call a!
101)4 San Pedro St., room 1; bet. 9 and
11 a. m.
WANTED—teamstelj¥ _ aY~corner
San Joaquin st.and Ocean View aye.;
$25 per month and boara. DODD &
O'GARA. thurs sun mon tf
WAX T X D—AN EXPEItI E NCEOSALK iT
man for city lor cigars. Address. G.
L., box 30, Herald office.
WANTED—HELP FREE—27 "slfuX
tions. 414'j S. Broadway. E. Xittinger.
HELPJA^ANTED-FEMALE
WANTED — EDUCATED LADY AS
equal partner in new commercial
school. Good income. Address P. 0. box
519, city. ' 8
. WANTED—SERVANT : ONE THAT CAN
cook and Keep house : references. 201
Olive at., cor. Court and Olive. 0
WANTED—YOUNG GIRL TO - TAKE
care of children, sleep home, 318 W.
Twenty-Eighth si. 6
WANTED—LADY To A nun Ess ENVE
lopes for shorthand instruction. No.
319 Wilson hlk.. First and Spring 9 7
SITUA TIONS WANTED-MALE
WANTEiT-2 ST E AUY V O UN" G MEN
want to take care of ranch; orchard
preferred; understand care of orange and
; lemon trees thoroughly : also everything
about nursery. Adarese FRED SCHMIDT,
' 221 Wilmington st., rare Mrs. J. J. Lowe.
6
wTn'Fe DEPOSIT lON AS SOLHTToiT
by young man of experience; can
furnish horse ami buggy. Box 87, Uni
versity. 7
WANTED—WOK X P.V A HOY OF 10.
Address or call al 218 E. Third si. 8
SITUATIONS WA N TED- -EEMA L E
WANTED—A YOUNGLADY' LATELY
from the east, desires employment in
office or store; writes a good, plain hand,
and possesses more than average business
"Ualitications. Address A. B. C., box 90,
tnis office. 8
WANTED-WORK, BY~MIDDLE-AC-EI)
woman, by day or week. Address
148 Elinvra st. (i
REAL ESTATE
WANTED—REAL EsTATE-\vOTHING
succeeds like success 1 If you have
lirst-class property to uispose of list it
with us. Our sales today, Wednesday,
were $40,000. H. H. BIXBY Jf CO., 147
S. Broadway. tf
WANTED - HOUSES - MORE HOUSES
to sell. Il you have something cheap
we have some cash customers. Bring
your property in. C. A. SUMNER it CO.,
134 S. Broadway 9-24
WANTED LOTS - BOMB CHEAP LOTS
for cash customers. Bring in what
you hove and we will sell it. C. A. SUM
NER Jt CO.. 134 S. Broadway. 9-24
WANTED-TO RENT ROOMS
WANTED - 3 OR 4 Jf'URNISHED
housekeeping rooms tor 2 adults and
2 children 3 and 5 years old; there must
oe a yard; rent not to exceed $18; in
walking distance of business center.
Address E. B. this office. 7
WANTED—A LADY DESIRES ROOM
in nice family ir. pleasant location,
in exchange for sewing; can give refer
' ences. Address 202 St. Louis st. 8
WANTED _ FURNISHED ROOM IN
exchange for scholarship in business
college. Address TEACHER, P. O. box
! 519, city. 8
' I^^VTED-TO RENTJIOUSES~
| WANTED-WELL-FUKNISHED HOUSE
with modern improvements; a very
desirable tenant. Call with description
and price at roots 217 Byrne bldg. 8
DESIRABLE HOUSES FOR
f rent. We can furnish tenant*. SOUTH
■ ERX CALIFORNIA LAND AND LOAN
EXCHANGE, 21Q W. Fourth St. 9
! WANTED-ROOM AND BOARD
WAXTED—ROOM AND BOARD BY
; the month in a tirst-class family hotel;
will ho permanent. Call or address room
217, Byrne bldg. 8
* WANTED^BOARD AND ROOM IN~
1 private family far gentleman; must
be reasonable. Call at room 217, Byrne
. bldg. 8
WANTED-ALL PERSONS HAVING
respectable houses or hotels with
rooms for rent kindly call at room 217,
Byrne oldg. 9-fi lm
!
t BROADWAY ~ MILLINER "V 6UR
; choice of 100 trimmed hata from $1
up. 358 S. Broadway, cor. of Fourth.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER fl, 1895.
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
RMea for advertisement* under this classifi
cation—! time, 5 ccnta per line: 1 week, 30
cents per lino; 1 month, ifl per line.
vTfVjff ED— PIJBUBHKBS: BIT NATION
as foreman in country newspaper
office, with object of purchasing Halt in
terest if satisfactory ; send full partlcu
lars and copy ol paper. W. H. WHITE,
194 E. Forty-fourth st., Chicago, 111. ti
WANTED—SEVERAL 4-»OOT WELLS
80 ftel deep; will encounter water at
30 feet; hence, Morgan well-borer or somo
other well-borer that can work in water
and excavate a 4-foot hole preferred.
Apply to M. 1,. WICKS, 110 Court at. 6
WAXTED-A "THBEK-SPUT XO WAGON
or a whole rig; must he cheap, in
good condition. WrPe or call nt A.
PAISNER, oil Albion si, East Eos An
«»l«s. '__
WANTED- PARTY WITH SMALL CAP
ltal in new enterprise. Apply C.
THOMSON, 509 New High st. li
WAX TED—3-HORS E I'OWBR oABOn
line engine. 236 K. Second st. if
BUSINESS PERSONALS
PERSON A I.- JU ST 1,1 KE FINDING
money—That's what peoplo say who
have tried a small aa in The Herald. They
don't cost much, hut the results u**e sim
ply marvelous. In this popular depart
ment Tho Herald has made a gain of
more than 200 per cent during the past
few months. Big circulation counts. The
Herald has it. If you want to talk to
half of the people iv Los .Vngelos and In
other parts of Southern California, try a
small ad. In addition to tho immense
and rapidly increasing circulation of
The Hei aid, its sales by newsboys, on
trains, at hotels a"d summer resorts,
make it THE advertising medium of the
Pacific toast.
Look over thpse small advertisements
today. They will interest you and may
make you some money.
Tomorrow try one. The results will be
both surprising and satisfying. 6—3tf
PERSONAL—COFFEE. FRESH ROABT
ed on our Giant roaster; .lava and
Mocha, 35c; Ralston cereal coffee, loc; 5
lbs. good tea, $1; can cocoa, 15c; 8 lbs.
rolled wheat, 25c; 6 lbs. tapioca, 25c ft
lbs. Rico, 2ftc: 8 lbs. corn meal, 15c; 50
lbs. (lour, Mo; 10 lbs. advent Hour. 25c;
4 cans oysters. 25c; 3 cans clams, 25c: 11
lbs. beans, 25c; Boston mackerel, 10c;
salt salmon, 15c each; 5 lbs. pure lard,
40c; bacon. lO'jc; pork, 8c; amde butter.
5c lb. ECONOMIC STORES, 400 S.
B-oadway.
PERSONAL— RALPHS BROS.—GOLD
Bar Hour, fine; city flour, Sllc; granu
lated sugar, 20 lbs $1; brown sugar, 22 lbs
$1; 7 lbs rolled whoat or oats, 25c ; sardines,
3 boxes 250 ; tomatoes, 2 cans 15c; 7 bars
German family soap, 25c; 5 gallons oil,
95c; gasoline, ft; 2 packages morning
meal, 15c; lard, 10-lb can, 70c; Cal.
ebeese,loc. No. 001 S. Spring St., cor.
Bixto.
A WONDERFTJL MKDIOJN E FO 1! FES
male irreeularities from whatever
cause; it never fails to give relief or
money refunded; tbirtv-live years experi
ence. Address DR. A. J. GIEBNEK.
oflice 114 8. Spring St., rooms B and 10. \£
8-30 tf
PERSONAL — REMOVAL SA LX—
Screen doors, only $1; stepladders.
15c a foot; ironing boards :15c: bouse re
pairing nnd all carpenter work neatly
done. ADAMS A SHELDON. 010 S.
Broadway. Tel. BBS. tf
PERSONAL—SO RI NNNU FEET OF
wire fence, 10 feet high witli irate. Is
in good condition and is suitable for
oflice, store or factory partitions. Will be
sold cheap. For further particulars call
at the business oflice of The Herald. tf
LOVERS OF THE BEA UTI FfT
should call at 504 S. Broadway and
inspect the East Indian embroideries,
miniatures on ivory and other lovely
woi'KS of art. 11-3
PERSONAL—THE LATEST STYLE RE
EOntV suits made by crack eastern
tailors for $35. we will sell for $15 if we
can lit you. Mislit Clothing Parlors, 223
-225 W. Second St., between Spring ond
Broadway, tf
PERSONAL—HARRY, Did vol' SEE
the noldtv pair of pints 1 hougnt fur
$3.50 at the Mislit Clothing Parlors, 223
-225 W. Second St., between Spring and
BroanwayV tT
PERSONAL-WHY PAY A MERCIIAN f
tailor $35 for a suit when yon can ret
the same tiling for $15 at the Mislit Cloth
ing Parlors, 223-225 W. Second at., bet.
Spiing and Broadway. t:f
PERSONAL — AND tW
called for garments at less than half
your tailor's prices at the Mislit Clothing
Parlors, 223-225 W. Second St., bet. Spring
and liroadway. tf
PERSON AL .- PANTS THAT WERE
made to order for $12 we sell 10l $0
at tho Misfit Clothing Parlors, 823-225 W.
Second St., bet. Spring and Broadway.
PERSONAL—NOW IS THE TIME TO
look over your wardrobe ami send
your fall and winter clothing for repair,
dying or cleaning, to E. W. BEITS,
Merchant Tailor. 444 S. Spring st. 7-27
PERSONAL—LADIES IN CONFINE
ment can lind a home with the best
care; strictly confidential. Address post
ottice box 50"), city. 12 |
PEr7sO~NAL-DR. 1~ SCHLESINGER,
healing and test medium, cures to
bacco, morphine and opium habits. 324.;
S. Spring st. 0.21
PERSONAL —S. AXELFORD l-AYS
highest prices for cents' cast-off cloth
ing at 105 N. Los Angeles St. Send postal.
1-9-08
PERSONAL-PALMISTRY; 1 HAND
read free; every hidden mystery re
vealed; life from cradle to grave without a
mistake; 10 a. m. to 8 p. ni. 111W W,
Third st. 9-9
WINDOW SHADES AT THE MaT
ting Marl, 504 S. Broadway, near
Fifth st. Lowest prices in town. 10-3 g
FeT^ONAL—SEE F I T Z G E R A LD
about your painting anil papering.
No. 222 Franklin st. Tel. 1449. 9-19
PERSONAL — HAIRDBEBBING, 25c;
shampooing, 25c; banga cut and curl
ed, 15c. 352 S. Broadway. 9-20
FREBH BREAD, TWO LOAVES FOR
5 cents, at M. M. WALTER'S, 128
E. Fifth St. 10-111
''personal^
PERSONAL—IF
ping bag und contenta taken from 201
N. Los Angeles St., during the noon hour
yesterday is returned to business oflice of
the Herald or to the address in pocket
hook no questions will be asked una suit
able reward. 0
FERSO N A L—A PR O N 01' NC E D R ED
baired or brunette widow lady, over
30 and keeping house, can have a friend
and companion in middle-aged g-ntic.
man. Address MI'TL'AL. this olrlre. 10
DRESSMAKRSa
MISS BASSEMEYER HAS REMOVED
her dressmaking parlors from 371 N.
Main St., to 211 S. Broadway, where she
bas fitted u|i elegant parlors and will
be ready to receive Sept. 4th. 9-30
mrsTa. l. oarleton,
Parisian Modiste.
All work guaranteed.
130 N. Spring st. 3-6
MRS.H. M. pWcTVAIT/bIVETsSMAKEC
139 N. Spring at., room 10, Los Ange
es. Prices irom $3.50 up; lit guaranteed.
2-26
WANTED- BY AN ; EXPERIENCED
dressmaker, sewing in families; can
give references. Address 202 St. Louis St. 8
MRS. TREHY—FRENCH DRESSMAK-
Ing, work and lit guaranteed; uon
tract. 127 E. Third st. 2-22
LOST—FEMALE SPITZ DOG-RETURN
to 524 W. Third st. and receive re
ward 7
FOR RENT—HOUSES.
Rates for advertisements under this classifi
cation—l time. 5 eenis per line: 1 week, 30
cents per line; 1 month, line. u^_r^oi .
HOW THE"~HERALD'S
WANT ADS GROW
—Daring the two months-
Ending August 15, 1894,
THE HERALD PRINTED
49,518 linos
Of want advertisements
During the corresponding two months
oi tha present year.ending August 15,1805,
these populai advertisements reached
Tho enormous aggregate of—
123.?15 lines—
-—A gain of—
79,227
Lines.
To Interested advertiser - iurthor com
ment is unnecessary.
FOR RENT — $10; 5-ROOM 2-STORY
luiise, good condition; water free,
inquire 1240 Victoria st., which is 3
blocks east of Central aye., just below
Twelfth st. 7-2 HI
HOUSE, Pi
ano and library. $25 per month. Ap
ply to L. S. SEAMAN, Allan hlk., cor.
Spring and Temple.
FOR - RENT-FURXIS _ HED~jR UN
furniehed rooms, 2 blocks west of
Spring st, half a block north of court
house. 343 Buena Vista st. 8
FOR RENT—2 FU RN] SHED FRONT
rooms for housekeeping: bathroom,
hot water, patent closet and sewer con
nection ; gasoline not used. 030 Wall st. 7
FOR RENT—IF YOU WANT TO RENT
your house or Hat to desirable tenants
quickly, call at room 217, Byrne building.
9-0 lm
MATTINGS AND LINOLEUMS Ex
clusively al the Matting Mart, 504 S
Broadway, near Filth st. Lowest prices.
10-3
FOR RENT—SIO; 5-ROOM HOUSE, Vic
toria St.. just below E. Twelfth st.
ALLISON BARLOW. 123 S. Broadway.
U-lltJ
FOR RENT—S-ROOM HOUSE, NE Alt
in, 15 per month. Address OWNER,
812 N. Griffin avenue.
FOR RENT-<i-LOOM FLAT BET
Hope and Grand aye; 115,! water in
rluded. __8
FOR RENT-ROOMS
FOR ' RENT—HOTEL AD
jnining Westminster, 123 E. Fourth
st.;"nil new and elegantly furnlched; out
side rooms, with or without bo°ri; single
and suites of rooms with private baths;
linest beds in city; 2 privato kitchens to
let. 9-17 ■
FOR RENT-ROOMS AT THE PIRTLE
House, on Brjadway, opposite Cham
ber of Commerce. We' nave the tinest
fitted house in the city; everything new
and tasty; rates reasonable". 405}£ 8.
Broadway.
FOR - REXT-THE NEWPORT HOUSE
has changed hands; the linest rooms
in tbe city; rates reasonable; see our
rooms before engaging elsewhere. 140 E.
Fourth St., near Westminrter. 9-14
FOB RENT -3 BEAUTIFUL UNFUR
nished corner rooms: hay windows;
also others. At northeaat corner of Sixth
and San Pedro sts.; new building. 6
FOR RENT-ALL PERSONS DEBlR
ing furnished rooms or board please
call at room 217 Byrne bldg., cor. Broad
way and Third st.: information free.
9-6 lm
FOR RENT — NfCELY - WrNISHEIi
rooms, center of city. CHICAGO
HOUSE. Entrance, 142" S. Main St.,
IBBH s\ i-os Angeles at. 11-26
FOB REN T—FURNISHED ROOMS,BItT
gIe tr en suite; prioes, $1 to $4 per
week. Russ House, cor. First and Los
Angeles sts, 9-8
FOR RENT - HANDSOMELY FUR
nisoed rooms.with private baths; ref
erences required. CALDERWOOD, 308 S.
Main st. 12-1
for re~vt-nTcYly FURNISHED
rooms at The Parker, 424 W. F'ouith
st. ' 8
FOR RENT - FCRNISHED ROOMS,
$1.25 per week also light housekeep
ing roooms. 519 S. Spring st. 9-24
FOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED
sunny rooms at low rates, 643;<i N.
Mam st. lm
FOR RENT — NICELY F URN" I SHED
rooms; lowest rates at the Menlo,
420 S.Main st. Tel. 760. tf
FOR~RENT~fHE~ : MARIPOSA. 321 E
Second st.; furnished rooms, $1 per
week up; lodgings, 25c to 50c. 9-29
FOR RENY-^TWO - OR~MORE ROOMS
furnished for houskeeping. UOS.Hell
man St. 6-7tf
FOR RENT—FURN ISHED ROOMS ; AL
SO housekeeping, cheap, close in, 127
E. ThU-d. 9-23
FOR'REXT-3 NICELY FURN ISHED
rooms, with piano; complete for
housekeeping. 026 S. Broadway. tf
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
front aud back; suitable for offices.
144 S. Main St. 9-8 _
GRAND CENTRAL, 328 N. MAIN ST.—
Rooms $1 per week and up; 25c per
day and up. 8-12tf
FO~R RENT—I 33 X. MAIN ST., THE
Denver; rooms, 25c a night for men;
center of city. 8-12tf
FOR RENT—U XFU RN ISHED "SUNNY
rooms; private entrance. 811 Hill St.
0-7_
FOR RENT-TWO PLEASANT, FUR
nished rooms. 347 S. Hill st. 9-10
FOR RENT - NICE FURNISHED
rooms. 518 S. Grand are. 9-7 1
FOIt RENT - FURNISHED FRONT
rooms. 308£ S. Spring st.
FOR RENT— PLFTaHANT - FURXISHED
rooms, cheap. 550 8. Spring st.
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT—ORIGINAL STUDIES'IN
oil for copying, for rent at 50c per
week. Orders tor paintings taken. In
formation at room 14,Ca1. Bank bldg. 1 tf
FOR R~F7NT-SUNNY oWICES FOR
lawyers and unfurdlahred rooms in
the Fulton blk. Inquire of D. K.
TRASK, 207 New High St. 0-2<W
FOR RENT-DESK ROOM AT 117 sT
Broadway, to other than general real
estate men.
G BARR REALTY CO._
FOR RENT—FRONT PARI' OF STORET
828 S. Broadway, with large window;
exclusive use. CARTER <fc CO. 8-20tf
FOIT~RENT—OURLEASE AND FIXY
ures for sale. 167 N. jjp£joK 8t - 1
__^MUSICAL~fNS^UME
FOR SALE—SOME GOOD BARGAINS
in second-hand organs; good makes.
KOHLER & CHASE, 233 S. Spring at. tf
FINANCIAL
Rates for adver (Hernials under this classifi
cation—l time, 5 cenu per line; 1 week, 30
cents per line; 1 month, #1 per line.
PACIFIC LOAN CO.—
(Incorporated.)
Oldest establishment in Los Angeles.
Thoroughly reliable.
Loans made in any amounts on ail
kinds of collateral security, diamonds,
jewelry, sealskins, merchandise, safes,
etc. ANo on pianos, furniture and
household goods,in either private houses,
lodging hoarding hocses or hotels, with
out removal from premises. Partial pay
ments received; money quick; business
confidential. Private office for ladies.
W. E. DX OROOT, Manager,
Rooms 2, 3 and 4, 114 S. Spring st. W
UNION LOAN COMPANY-
Stimson Block.
l.oai:s money on all kids of collateral
security, watches, diamonds, sealksins
and furniture in lodging aud Hoarding
houses and on pianos without removal;
also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low in
terest; money at once; business confi
dential; private office for ladies, room
112, CLARK A. SIIAW. manager, rooms
lit and 112. lirst lloor, Stimson hlk.
MONEY to LOAN ox Diamonds,
watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc.. also
on pianos, merchandise, iron and steel
safes, furniture in lodging houses, board
ing houses and hotels without removal;
also on city and country property; low
interest; can havo money at once; busi
ness confidential; private office for ladies.
GEO. S. ROBINSON, 233 W. First St.,
rooms 2 and 3.
THE GERMAN SAYINGS AND LOAN
Society of San Francisco will make
loans on improved city ond country prop
etrv.
"On loans of 10000 and under, cer
tificates of title from the Title In
surance and Trust 06, will be ac
cepted making the expense on
such loans very small. Building
loans a specialty. Apply to
R. G. LUNT, Agent, 227 W. Second.
6-15tf
L. B. COHN—
The Los Angeles pawnbroker. 140 N.
Main st. loans money ou diamonds,
watches, jewelry, lirearms, pianos, li
braries and all other collateral securities;
also sells unredeemed pledges for money
loaned and one month's interest added;
make no mistake; It is tho reliable L. B.
COHN, the Los Angeles pawnbroker.
0-10
MONEY TO LOAN" OX CITY OR OOTJN
try real estate; lowest rates; personal
notes or security, warrants, discount
mortgages or any negotiable papers. For
sale, fiist-class guaranty mortgages, in
terest 0 net. JOHN" L. PAVKOVICH. 220
W. First. :.-21tf
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, BROK
ers, 305 W. Second St., buy and sell
mortgages, stocks, bonds and any good
securities. If you wish to lend or borrow
or invest in real estate, call on ns. Col
lections made and property managed for
non-rssidents. 28tf
NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT
Company —Loans money on nil kinds
of collateral security; money quickly;
business strictly confidential. Rooms Ho
and 90 Bryson blk., liith lloor. JOHN
MITCHELL JOKES, manager. 7-3 lyr
MONEY TO LOAN—BY MOORE & PAR.
sons, 229 W. Second St., in any sum,
at low rates, ou botn city and country
property; also have choice 0 per cent
mortgages guaranteed for sals. 0-Btf.
MONEY TO LOAN' IN SUMS TO SII IT,
on any good collateral; business strict
ly confidential; loans negotiated on city
and country property. W. E. DEMING, 211
W. First st., room 15.
TO LOAN— A BARREL OF MONEY
ou real estate, diamonds, pianos,
1 idging houses, hotels and all I'.rst-class
collateral loans. S. P. CREASINGER,
116 S. Broadway. 10-1
WANTED — 11000—ON FIRST MORT
gage on good land with house, etc.,
near Santa Monica. 10 per cent net.
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, 305 W.
Second. 12
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watchs, jewelry, pianos, live stock,
carirages, bicycles, all kinds of personal
and collateral seourity. LEE BROS. 402
S. Spring st. ' 20tf
MONEY TO LOAN IX ANY AMOUNT—
No commission charged; current
rates of interest. MAIN ST. SAVINGS
BANK it TRUST CO., junction of Main,
Spring and Temple. 9-20
ToToTn^ijnLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
small loans; nu commissions; light
expense. Security Loan and Trust Co.,
223 S. Spring.
TO LOAN—MONEY IN fcUMS TO SUIT
at reasonable rates. WILLIAM F.
BOSBYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway. tf
MONEY LOANED AND HOUSES
built by monthly payments. Me
chanics' Savings Mutual Building and
Loan Association. 107 S. Broadway. 6
WANTED—MONEY ; $11,000 ON BTRIOT
iy gilt-edged property; income 12 per
cent on $40,000. W. S. CARTER iy CO.,
328 8. Broadway. 7
MONEY LOANED AT 6 ~PER CENT.
Mechanics' Savings Mutual Building
and Loan Association, 107 S. Broadway.
«
TO LOAN—SIOOO TO $70,000 ON REAL
estate security. ALLISON BARLOW,
123 S. Broadway. tf 0-7
WANTED TO BORROW
ON STRloT
ly high-grade income country prop
erty; conservative valuation, $15,000; in
come $3000 to $4000 per annum ; gilt-edge
loan, 10 per cent net. MOORE « PAR.
HONS, U.K. cor. Second and liroadway. 8
STOCKS, BOJVDSjiNJDJHORTOAOES
FQR SALE-SUBSCRIBE FORSHARES
in tbe thirteenth annual aeries of tbe
Savings Fund and Building society of
Eos Angeles, established in 1883. Oftico
rooms, 101-102 Wilson Blk, First and
Spring sts. 1.-20
DR. STEVENS, A. J., REMOVED TO
opp. Los Angeles Theater bldg—Four
years in Los Angeles. Fine gold crowns
(small.) $0; best silver rilling, $1; best
set teeth, $10; best gold plate, $35. rain
less extracting. 11-21)
ADAMS BROS. DENTAL PARLORS,
239).; S.Spring at.; painless extracting
and nil)nc ; plate, $o,sB $10; all work guar
anteed ; established 10 years. Hours, 8-5,
Sundays 10-12.
G. H. KREIOHBAUM, DE NT 11ST, 218 S.
Broadway. Entrance through Weater
velt's studio. Office hours, 8:30 to 12 and
1 to 5.
ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS—GER
man American Bank bldg. A set of
teeth $0; best S. S. white teeth, $10 pet
set.
w7h . mass er] dTdT 17. ~H as" aTsso"
ciatcd himself with A. P. Hays, D.
D. S., 115 W. First st. 2-22-U
fTTiiTcWnTngham, dentist, re
moved to Stimson blk., cor. Third
and Spring. Tel. 45.
FITANIi _ BT_VENSTi24}< 8. SPRING ST.
Open Sundays and evenings. Electric
light "
DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, 108>< N.
Spring st., moms 2, 0 and 7. Painless
extraction.
DR W. p. TUCKER, DENTIST, B_.8 _ .
Spring st. 9-8
EMIL J.ITi'nD.'mEROHANT TAILOR.
room 328, Wilson blk., cor. Spring
and First sts.; perfect fit guaranteed.
U-20
eot/C/tr/oA/tt
Rates for advertisements under this classlfl
cfliion-1 time. cents rcr line; 1 week, 30
cents per line; I mnutti, *)i per line.
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN
corpora ted) _8 B. Spring st.. is the
oldest and largost commercial school in
Southern California; Ihe most beautiul
college rooms and equipments to Le found
in the state; elevator foi pupils' use; a
large faculty of experienced and ablo in
structors; open the entire year ; both day
and evening sessions; a practical English
course, a thorough business course,
and a course in shorthand and
typewriting under nn experienced ste
nographer. Write or call /or illustrated
catalogue and full Information. 6 A
IIOUGH, President; N. G. FELKEK
vice president.
THE LOS ANGELES BUSIXESS~COL.
lege (incorporated) will move on or
about September Ist. and will occupy ihe
entire Ilfth lloor of tho new Currier block,
212 W. Third st. ; rooms arranged ami
fitted up especially for this school; every
thing new and delightful; light and ven
tilation perfect; electric elevator; strong
corps of teachers; practical courses of
study; modern and progressive methods;
charges reasonable; successful graduates.
For full information address the college
ut 144 S. Alain St.. until September Ist.
BT. HILDA'S HALL, SCHOOL for GIRLS
G LEX DALE—
(incorporated) six miles from Los Ange
les ; ninth year begins September 25th.
MISS K. V. DARLING,
12-13 Principal.
COLLEGIATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS
and young men—3d year opens Sep
tember loth in Yogel block, second floor,
cor. Broadway and Seventh streets.
Thorough Instruction; Arm discipline;
highest references. A. B. BROWN, A. M.
(Yale), Principal. 9-10
THE GIRL'S COLLEGIATE SCHOOL
will re-open Sept. 28th, al 1918-1920
-1022 Grand aye,, near Washington st., in
new and enlarged quarters. Collegiate.
academic, preparatory and primary. At
tracive home lor boarding pupils. Kin
dergarten in charge of Miss (juitian. Ad
dress MlhS PARSON'S and MISS DEN"
NEK at 10211 S Olive st. if J
FROEBEL INSTITUTE (Caaa de RosasT)
Training school for kindergarten ; also
school for boys and girls of all grades;
opens September 23d. Apply to
_8-7 ly MADAME LOU IS OLAVERIE.
BOYNTON NORMAL FOR TEACHERS
only. Begins September llith.
Teachers aided in gelling positions.
Teachers, governesses and tutors sup
plied. Room 525 Stimson blk. 6-30tf
MARLBORO UGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
805 W. Twenty-third st. Boarding
pupils. $500 per year; day pupils. $100.
Reopens Octolie"r 2d. MRS. GEO. A.
CASWELL, Principal. 10-1
LOS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL
for kinoergartners. Fall term Sep
tember iBth. Sirs. n. d. mayhew,
(170 .\V Twenty-third st. 6-Btf
PIANO HARMONY INSTEUMENTA
tIon and orhestration taught by PRO
FESSOR A. WILLHARTITZ, room 14. 212
S. Broadway 11-3 |
XAT lON A L BUSINESS SCHOOL—Tui
tion $25, payable after students gradu
ate. 342 Byrne block. 5-2
ST.VINCENT'S COLLEGE, GRAND AY.
A boarding and day school for hoys
and young men. Fall term begins Mon
day, September 2d. 11-10
MISS MARSH'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
(incorporated), 1340 and 1342 S. Hope
st. Eighth year begins September 18th. B-8
ETON SCHOOL FOR BOYS. NO. 130 W.
Pico sr. HORACE A. BROWN. LL P..
FOR SALE-LIVE
FOR SALE-HORSES. JOHN M' PHER~
son. Blue Front barn, southwest cor
ner of Third ond Los Angeles sts., has
just received 50 beau of horses from the
norlh. These animals include saddle,
driving, draft and carriage horses. They
are all in tirst-class condition, and pur
chasers will lind them to be just as repre
sented. Mr. McPherson has been in this
line of business a number of years in Los
Angeles, and his record is a guarantee of
honesty aud fair dealing. 9-7
FOR SALE - MULES — 50 MEDlUM
sized mules in good condition for sale
by tbe undersigned :can be seen at stable,
corner Ninth st. and Grand View aye.
LOS ANGELES RAILWAY CO.. F. W.
Wood, general manager. 23-lm
FOR SALE-CHEAP; PACING MARE;
very fast; by Alonzo Hayward. dam
by Roe Allen; also good buggy and har
ness. Call at 1047 8. Main at. 8
FOR SALE —IF YOU WANT A HORSE
or teum for any purpose whatever
Have your name with H. H. BIXBY rt
CO., 147 8. Broadway. 8-25tf
FOR SALE—FIRST-CLASS FRESH
young cow; cheap. Address 215 Boyd
st. 10_
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY
MISS MAY STONE
Alcohol Baths
138 yi N. Spring
2-23 — -Room 22.—.—
MRS. ANWA y7fROM~B<ISTON'T ALOO
hol baths and massage; delightful
and refreshing. Parlors 11 and 12,
S. Spring. 9-15
MRS DR7ma7iy _ E. BRIGHEL, A'LOO"
hoi baths and massage, clairvoyant
card reader. 139 N. Spring, Royal house,
room 19. 16
Swedish ma7ss~age—ELECTR ICI'1F
vapor, shower baths. Just as repre
sented. S. Broadway. 11-2
MRS. DR. LEON-TUB, SHOWER AND
vapor baths, magnetic and electric
treatments. Room 21, 120 N. Main. 9-1 Hm
ALMA WORTH, MASSAGE; SELECT
patronage solicited. 138!j N. Spring
st., room 4. 9-12
a lady "mag n flti c~~h!7al7f7r~~a NTd
life reading; hours, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
123 S. Main st.; room 12. 9-30 I
LOLA LI VINGSTON. AuCOHOL BATHS
138J4 N. Spring st., room 3. 9-12
SMITHERN ALCOHOL
baths. 120 N. Main St.. room 2. 9-10
PALMISTRY—RETURNED, THE CEL
ebrated European occult scientist,
Prof. A. Myers, palmist, psychometrist
and phrenologist, who has examined the
bands of most of the crowned heads of
Europe, bas arrived in Los Angeles and
intends to remain here for some time. By
palmistry ha reveals accurately tbe past,
present and future of the individual;
gives descriptions of every member of
?our family, tbe deceased as well as the
ivjng: also tbe description of the one
you nave married and tbo one you will
marry; tells country of birth, age and
how long you will live; describes perfect
ly your present oircumstances, and no
matter how dicftiult they are by his ad
vice you will be able to avoid obstacles
and be aided to success. As a psychom
etrist he is unequalled. He will locate
any ailment or disease more accurately
than autopsy would do, and by this gift
and power has helped many wbo had
given up all hope. All who are about to
make a change should consult him, as
bis advice is reliable anu beneficial. Telia
past, present and future in general for $1.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed or no pay.
Free—free. Free medical diagnosis from
Bto 10 a.m. Readings irom 10 a. m. to 7
p. m. Parlors, The Norwood, 556 8. Hill
st. cor. SUtb.
10-5
WATCHMAKER
THE P _A__T TO HAVE""YOUItTWATC_"
repaired—you get a guarantee worth
sometoing. W. J. GETZ, 336 8. Broad
way. 11-20
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Rutes tor advertisements under thia classifi
cation-1 time, 5 cents per line: 1 week, 30
< tnts per line: 1 month, fl per line.
FOIT/sAl^ET^lYju^^
payments. If you own a lot clear,
will build house arid loan money lor its
cost taking mortgage for amount; or will
sell lot and erect a house for a smell cash
payment, halonce monthly to suit. For
full particulars rail or write HOLWAY
LAND COMPAN V, room 14 Cal. Bank
bldg. rians free. 0-1 tf
FOB BALB-WB Bt'ILD FOR. *100&\
(easy payments), a thoroughly con
•traoteu 5-room cottage, with bath, has
large unfinished room above, with stair
,vay. For plana and information see or
write HOLWAY LAND COMPANY,
room 14 Cal Bank bldg. 0-1 tl
FOR SA LB—oo RTJ N NINO FEET OF
wiro fence. 10 ft. high, with gate. It
is in good condition and is suitable for
otlice, store or factory partitions. Will
bo sold cluap. For further particulars
rail ut the business onico of The Herald.
FOR SALE—IF YOU WANT TO BU V A
bakery, candy store, ioe oream or
soda water business, see the SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA SUPPLY CO., dealers In
bakers' and confectioners' supplies. 123
S. Los Angeles St.. city. 11-13
FOR S A LE-1 ,OD(J INO HOUSE] 04
rooms, 12 furnished, rent $20: on
prinoipal st. San Diego; must be sold on
account of death; will exchange for Los
Angeles properly. Room 4, 316!* 8.
Spring. 7
for xewTresT
taurant In Pasadena; good reasons fur
selling, as proprietor must leave town;
this is n bargain.
GANG HENRY, oflice,Natick house, tf
FOB SALE—IBOOO-STATIONERY AND
Bazar; well located and established
on best street in 8. F. Apply CUN
NINGHAM. CURTIS & WELCH, 327
Sansome St., San Francisco. tf
WANTED - PARTXER WITH SOME
means that wants first-class, safe,
ninnpy-rnfiking business, flgn S. Olive of.
room 5. 9-21
FOB SAL_-|lO,OOO TO $50,000, INTEFtT
est in old established business which
pays good protit. ALLISON BARLOW,
123 S. Broad way. tf
FOR SALE-FRUIT AND DELICACY
store; ,ent $15; living rooms; $225. I.
D. BARNARD, 1171J S. Broadway. 6
FOR SALE-FINE MANUFACTURING
business: wholesale trade; 12000, 1,
D. BARNARD, m% S. Broadway. 6
FOR SaTeTTFiNIS CORNFIfoROCERY
—Irade ISO per day; bargain; $1400. I.
D. BARNARD. S. Broadway. 6
FOR RENT-BARBER siIOP~FOR
_2»ront w '* n lw(> chairs; cheap rent. In
quire .1. JAEGER, 252 8. Main. 6
FOR SALE—TO BUY OR SELL FOR
cash see the BRIGGS-l! RAD V CO.
230 W. First st. *f
FOR SALE — WaNTED - PARTNER :
tirst-class metal engraver; no capital
required. Addrest 230 E. Second st. 6-25tf
FO R SAL E—TO SE L L YOUR BUS I -
ness, or houses to bo removed, go
to MORRIS A- LEE, 328 S. Broadway. 6tf
FOR SALE—TO SELL QUICK FOR
cash, go to BEN WHITE, 221 W.
First st. 7
BLAl;K8luflT~8HOP FOR BALE-830
E. First st., near Santa Fe depot. 8
tolseTX7>T t t~your bTsTnessT'see
1. D. BARNARD,jjjjj S.Broadway, tf
EXCURSIONS
EXCL r R?IOXS'""TO "THE""EAST-THE
favorite personally conducted excur
sions oi the Santa FY route leave Los An
geles every Thursday morning at 7
o'clock; Pullman upholstered cars run
without change from Los Angeles to Chi
cago and Kansas City, with annex cars to
Boston jtbe great point to remember is thtt
you save at least one full day's travel by
taking the fast train ot the Santa Fe
route; attentive conductors accompany
the parties; through berths reserved and
more detailed information obtained at
the company's office, 129 N. Spring St..
Los Angeles, or through any agent of
the Southern California railway.
BURLINGTON ROC IE EXCURSIONS,
personally conducted, leave Los An
eeles every Wednesday, via Southern Pa
cilic, Denver and Rio Grande and Bur
lington route, for Chicago, New York,
Boston and other eastern points; uphol
stered tourist cars with all conveniences.
See any Southern Pacific agent, or write
to T. H. Dunaz, agent, or T. A. Grady,
excursion manager, 222 S. Spring St., Loa
Angeles, Cal.
JUDS O N' S POPU LAR EXCURSIONS—
Every Monday, over the Rio Grande
Western and Denver and Rio Grande rail
way, scenic route; personally oonducted;
newly upholstered cars through to Chica
go, New York und Boston; linest equip
ment, best service, quick time. Olflce,
212 S. Spring st.
PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCT
ed excursions, via the Rio Grande
and Rock Island routes, leave Los An
geles every Tuesday; cross the Sierra
Xevadas arid pass the entire Rio Grande
scenery by daylight. Oflice, 138 8. Spring
st.
MAGNUS' CUT RATE TICKET OF
lioc, 228 S. Spring st., opp. L. A.
tlicuter: regular ticicets at reduced rates
to ull points east ; railroad tickets bought
and sold.
PHYSICIANS
A NEW""PROCESS—NO _EMClNE,"lN
struments or worthless pills used;
every woman her own physician for all
female troubles, no matter from what
cause; restores always in one day; if you
want to bo treated safe and aura call on
men's physician; knowledge can be sent
nnd used at homo; all cases guaranteed.
DR. POPPER, .MIS Kearny St., San Fran
cisco 9-22
MRS. DR J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY
midwifery. Ladies cared for during
continement at 727 Bellevue aye. Calle
promptly attended to. Tel. 111!).
DR7_ WON Q—
The eminent Chinese physician and
surgeon; ollice 113)48. Broadway, near
First st. _
SPE&ALISTS^^^^
FREE— THAT CURES-!
have cured thousands who suffered aa
yon do, of emissions, irapotency, nervous
debility, varicocele and shrunken parts,
caused by self-abuse, by a simple remedy
which cured n:c, recipe for which I will
send sealed free to any sufferer. Addrosg,
with stamp, DAVID B. EMMET, box 870,
Englewood, 111. 7-4
DR. H. NEWLAND, OFFICE 639 HI
Spring st.; hours 8 to 10, Ito 3;
diseases of women and consultation in
obstetrics (pregnanoy). tf
DR. R. _ G7COLLINS, OPTHALMIC OP.
tician, with the Los Angeles Optical
Institute; eyes examined free. 125 8.
Spring at. _______
CARPET CLBJ^jgfQ^^^
PIONEER STEAM CARPET WORKS—
Carpets made, refitted, sewed and
laid. 208-210 E. Seventh at. Tel. 217. 11-20
STEAM CARPET CLEANING, SEWING
and laying. JOHN H. RICHARDS,
120 N. Springj te1.J313. 89 tf
CARPETS'CLEANED FROM 2C PER
yard ; laying 3c. R. BROWN, 608 S.
Broad waV;
plumbers^
lio"noTTfail to"get figures
from Vandergrlff & Crlppen on your
plumbing and sewer wort. No. 223 W.
Fourth st. 9-9
FRANK A. WEINSHANK. PLUMBER
aud gasfitter. No. 210 E. Second at.
Tel. 130.

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