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ESTATE
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FOR EXCHANGE
By BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st.
BEN WHITE, 221 w. First St.
, BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st.
Special Inducements. Special inducements.
Over 2000 properties of every descrip
tion, city aud country.' to choose from.
If you have property to sell or exchange,
or if you want to buy go to BEN WHITE,
221 W. First st.
800 acres, all or part, for Los Angeles
San Francisco or Oakland property; this
Is unsurpassed grain land; will grow
oranges, lemons, olives, ln fact anything;
several nice springs; some Is line, rich
soil; all fenced; rents at $60 per month;
situated In Riverside county, 2 miles
frem East Riverside; chance to get a
fine ranch: price for all. $20,000. See HEN
WHITE, 221 W. First St.
Equity ln a neat 4-room house, lot 40x
160, near Washington St., for vacant lots,
land near Clearwater or East Los Ange
les property. BEN WHITE, 221 W.
First St.
80 sores free of Incumbrance, title U. S.
patent, for house and lot here; will as
sume mortgage; get out of debt: get this
ranch clear for your house and lot mort
gaged. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st.
Long Beach—One of the handsomest
and most complete modern residences In
Long Beach; nice lawns, flowers, etc.;
furniture, with nice horse and buggy,
Included; free of Incumbrance; will al
ways rent at $40 per month; value for all,
$4000; want city property southwest part;
a chance to get a modern home at the
ieach. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st.
10 acres nice level land, with water;
free of Incumbrance; noar Etlwanda:
price, $1000; will assume mortgage: want
Slty or town property. BEN WHITE,
211 W. First st.
Grocery stock and business worth $1500
to trade for ranch property.
S lots ln Chloago, value $800, for any
land In California. BEN WHITE, 221 W.
First st.
For Exchange—For raw acreage, An
telope valley preferred, % of an acre sot
solid to fruit, etc.; nice hedge. BtO,; good
corner; will make good building lots;
situated 2 blocks from electric cars, close
in! price $1600. BEN WHITE, 221 W.
i'irsf st.
For Exchange—For fruit ranch or
house and lot In city, nice 20 acres be
low Compton; 12 acres in alfalfa; nice s
room house, large barn, etc.; 2 acres fam
ily orchard, few acres ln berries, bal
ance ln barley and corn; 8-Inch flowing
artesian well; price $8000. BEN WHITE,
121 W. First st.
Fer Exchange—For eastern or Califor
nia property, nice 640 school section:
mortgage $750, runs to suit; price $3000;
what have you to offer for this any
where; chance to get a big exchange. See
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St.
Some immense bargains in city and
country property everywhere.
Notice —If you have a house and lot and
want a nice ranch ln exchange, or If you
have a ranch and want house and lot, go
to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 3
FOR EXCHANGE—
Flrst-class surrey horse ln exchange
for starle merchandise.
H. 11. BIXBY,
828 S. Broadway.
FOR EXCHANGE—
Good horse aud buggy and a little
money for lot on Bailey st, worth $500
cash.
BIXBY,
828 S. Broadway.
FOR EXCHANGE—
Good driving horse and buggy ln ex
change for 5 acre land, near Long
Beach. See _
BIXBY,
3 828 S. Broadway.
FOR EXCHANGE—WE HAVE A TOWN
site and some tine lemon land In the midst
of the best lemon growing section in Cal
ifornia: townsite platted, streets graded;
many lots sold and occupied by families:
railroad, ocean and bay facilities: wharf
built and railroad In operation. We want
a live man of somo means and influence
to help push It along. To such a man wo
will give an interest for cheap wild land
or anything of value. For maps and In
formation see J. F. JONES, 132 Broad
way. 3_
FOR EXCHANGE—SNAP —650 ACRES
very best land, with perpetual water
right: located between Puente and Axu
sa; desirable for subdivision; will ex
change $20.000.equity for city, country or
eastern property; price asked will en
able purchaser to double his money;
must sacrifice. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH,
sole agent. 220 W. First. 4
FOR EXCHANGE—S4OOO—WHAT HAVE
you to offer for 20 acres ln bearing fruit;
good house and barn: 300 brown leghorn
chickens, good cows and team, farming
tools; wine-presses, vinegar outllt; neur
Lake Elslnore; the llnest land in Califor
nia; will take house and lot here as part
§ayment. A. A. IRISH & CO.. 236% S.
prlng st. 3
FOR EXCHANGE—WANTED, A Busi
ness; have good, improved, Income prop
erty; also Improved property in Orange
and Los Angeles counties; also somo city
property to exchange for a stock of gro
ceries of general merchandise. W. J.
BRYANT, 204% S. Broadway, room 217. 3
FOR EXCHANOE-23-ACRE SOFT
shell walnut orchard, 5 years old; 3 acres
alfalfa: 4-room house and outbuildings:
price, $6000; would take about half in eily
property: cash: location good, ranch
flrst-class. L. W. MITCHELL, 328 8.
Broadway. 3
FOR EXCHANGE—CLOSE IN BUSINESS
firoperty for good walnut grove. Vacant
ots for walnut grove. New residence
close ln for lots. Want Chicago property
for Los Angeles. RUNELS & BLAIS
DELL. 317% S. Broadway. 3
FOR EXCHANGE — RESIDENCE,
storehouse and stock of merchandise in
small town in Arizona; value, $2500;
would take ranch or residence in city
same value. L. W. MITCHELL, 328 8.
Broadway. 3
FOR EXCHANGE—2O-ACRE HIGHLY-
Improved alfalfa ranch rxar San Jacinto,
8-room residence, good outbuildings;
clear; want residence ln cily. L W
MITCHELL, 328 S. Broadway. 3
FOR EXCHANGE—SOUTHERN CALl
fornla property, both Improved and un
improved, for good lowa land. Improved.
W. J. BRYANT, 204% S. Broadway, room
217. 3
FOR EXCHANGE-EXCLUSIVE AGEN
cy for eastern manufacturer. Will take
city or country property for part pay
ment. Address S. E., Herald office. 6tf
FOR EXCHANGE-CITY PROPERTY
for ranch; will assume or pay cash dif
ference. Address G., box 50, Herald
office. 3
FOR EXCHANGE—WE ARE BUILDING
some nice cottages that are for exchange
RUNELS oi BLAISDELL, 317% S. Broud
way. 3
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD CALIFORNIA
land for Eastern property. RUNELS &
BLAISDELL, 317% S. Broadway. 3
FOR EXCHANGE—LARGE LOT FOR
carpenter's work. WM. GORDON, Tem
ple st. power house. 5-3-96
FOR EXCHANGE—NICE LOT FOB A
good bicycle. G. B. SIMPSON & CO., 328
. Broadway. 3
MUSICAL INSTRUAIENTS
FOR SALE-SOME GOOD BARGAINS IN
second-hand organs; good makes. KOH
LER & CHASE, 233 S. Spring st. tf
ATTORNEY S-AT-LA W .
BROUSSEAU & MONTGOMERY,
Attorneys-at-Law,
403 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. tf
BARGAIN~IN A SLIGHTLY USED
Stelnway upright piano. Address X.,
box 100, Herald office.
L , —-
PA TENTS, COPyRiaHTS^ETC^
JCNIGHT BROS., PATENT SOLICITORS;
free book on patents. 424 Byrne bldg.
I 8-22-6
for RENT tfOU*B3
i'oiT RENT—slB,so—< ROOMS, BATH,
liurn. 'AZ Towne aye.. Sir,; 3 rooms, balh.
Mt Gladys aye., from May IHnt! $20, Jiew
1 house, 6 rooms, barn :i5:;14. 779 Kohler >:t,;
$25, 7 rooms. li:i w. Twenly-tlflh si.: $25.
I II rooms, 1881 Park Grove aye, T. WIES
HNDANGKR, 227 W. Second Bt. 9
FOR RENT—BY T. WBIBBNDANGEB,
227 W. Second St..
$16.80—916, also !'S2 Towne aye.; C rooms,
balh, barn 20x12; new house.
$21—779 Kohler st.; 6 rooms, bath, barn,
new. 6
! FOR RENT—SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL
I homes, private residences never before
I offered for rent. For a nice beautiful
home with large grounds and every lux
ury. See NEWLYN, 231 Byrne bldg. 3
FOR RENT—NICE 4-ROOM COTTAGE,
large lot, barn, etc., for $11 a month. Ap
ply tirst house on west side of Clcaveland
st., north from W. Washington, or BEN
WHITE, 221 W. First St. 3
FOR RENT—TEH CHEAPEST PLACE
iv town for mattings, linoleums and win
dow shades; carpets cleaned and laid.
THE MATTING MART, 501 S. Broadway.
7-10
FOR RENT—S27.SO, 9-ROOM NEW HOUSE
on 21st st., modern; $22.50, 6-room new
bouse on Twenty-first st., modern. RUN
ELS & BLAJSDKLL, 317% S. Broadway. 3
FOR RENT—OR SALE; MONTHLY PAY
ments, new 5-room cottage, bath, etc.,
near 8 car lines. Address OWNER, 612
N. Grlfßn aye. 8
FOR RENT—HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS. AP
ply 802 W. Seventh st., or to R. B.
YOUNG, 435 S. Broadway. 3
FOR RENT—Nice 4-ROOM FLAT, DOWN
stairs; $11 per month. 633 Towne aye.,
Wolfskin tract. tf
FOR RENT—NEW MODERN 10-ROOM
house, cor. of Tenth and Wall; Inquire at
720 S. Olive. 5
FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, 1236
Victoria St. ALLISON BARLOW, 123 S.
Broadway. tf
FOR RENT— HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS AND
bath. Apply 707 W. Sixth st. 6
FURNISHED HOUSES
FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSES. 30
furnished houses In all parts of tho city;
also a large number of unfurnished hous
es. If you have a furnished or unfurnish
ed house for rent please see CREAS
INGER, 247 S. Broadway. 3
FOR RENT-A BEAUTIFUL NEW COL
onlal cottage, nicely furnished ln the
South Bonnie Brae; good barn and every
convenience; rent very reasonable during
the summer. F. B. WILLIAMS, 206% S.
Broadway. 3
FOR RENT—SUNNY 5-ROOM FLAT:
bath: newly furnished: gas range, etc.:
excellent neighborhood. 223 S. Grand
aye. 3
FOR RENT—COMPLETELY FURNISH
ed nice house of eight rooms. Call or
address 1317 S. Flower st. 6-10
FOR RENT—ROOMS^
FOR RENT-FURNISHED' SUITE,
front and back parlors, very desirable
for gentleman and wife or two gentle
men.ln a modern flat, on electric line,
five minutes south from city hall; elec
tric lights, gas, bath and telephone; front
rooms; no children. Address No. 1 CO
LONIAL FLATS, Eighth and Broad
way. 6-3
FOR RENT — FURNISHED ROOMS
cheap; one or two If preferred; nice large
and sunny front rooms nicely furnisheil
for housekeeping. Apply 126 N. Hill st. 3
— « .
FOR RENT-FLAT (4 ROOMS). FUR
nlshcd completely for housekeeping; also
2 bedrooms, $6 and 88; modern; very de
sirable, 409 Seventh, near Hill. 3
FOR RENT—COMFORTABLE SUNNY,
airy rooms, on car line; terms reason
able; call or address MRS. L. M. HAR
MON, 316 W. Seventh St. 6-5
FOR RENT—ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
rooms, transient, close ln; also single
rooms. THK WAVERLY, 127 E. Third
St. 4-25
FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA, 321 E.
Second st,; furnished rooms; $1.25 per
week up; lodging 25c, 35c and 50c per
night. 10-1 tf
FOR RENT—I LARGE, AIRY. SUNNY
front room, suitable for lady and gentle
man. Address A., box 90, Herald office. 3
FOR RENT—B24% W. PICO ST., DOUBLE
parlors single or en suite, with or without
board; reasonable; private family, 4
FOR RENT—COMPLETELY FURNISH
ed nice house of eight rooms. Call or
address 1517 S. Flower st. 6-5
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS
from $6 to $12 per month; no children.
424 Temple st. 3
FOR RENT—THE PARKER, NICELY
furnished rooms; reasonable rates, 424
W. Fourth st. 8
FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FUR.
nlshed rooms; $1.50 to $2. NITTINGER'S,
451 S. Hope. tf
FOR RENT—2 ROOMS AND KITCHEN
partly furnished, $6 per month. 625 W.
Fifth st. 3
FOR RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED
rooms, Charnock block, cor. Main and
Fifth. 3
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping, 626 S. Broad
. way. 2-25tf
FOR RENT—2 CHOICE, SUNNY ROOMS,
furnished, ln private family. 215 N. Grand
aye. 7
PO^RENT-^TORES^^^
FOr"rENT-A STORE; GOOD LOCA
tion for a bakery or restaurant. Apply
802 W, Seventh St., or 435 S. Broadway.
R. B. YOUNG. 3
FOR RENT— PART OF STORE. WITH
iine show window, on roadway; excel
lent location for jeweler. Inquire at f,uS
S. Broadway. tf
•'( >U RENT—STORE WITH TWO Liv
ing rooms in back. 2001 East Seventh st. 8
FOR RENT-STORES; GOOD CHANCE
for grocery. 330 Temple st. 5
RENT^^CELLANEOUS
FOR- RENT OR LEASE—FINE BLACK
smith shop with or without tools; tine
location; closo lv. Address P., box 60,
Herald office. 3
TO LET—PACIFIC GARDEN RESTAU
rant, on Ocean avenue, Santa Monica.
Only thorough man need apply. 9
FOR RENT—LODGE ROOM AT TURNER
hall; every llrst aud third Friday of each
month. Inquire of janitor. 14tf
FOR EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
FOR "EXCHANGE—FOIfLUMBBRXND
some cash, lirst-class carpenter's work,
or plans and specifications with details
complete. Address Lock Box 92, Uni
versity postofflce. 4
FOR EXCHANGE—FINE NEW UP
right piano, for horse, harness and busi
ness buggy; must be Al turnout. Ad
dress 8., box 80, Herald office. tf
FOE EXCHANGE—A HORSE AND BUtV
gy for a Jersey cow or something in the
way of trading stock. G. B. SIMPSON &
CO., 328 S. Broadway. 3
FOR EXCHANGE—SLIGHTLY »BED
upright grand piano for horse board. Ad
dress C, box 70, Herald office. tf
FOR EXCHANGE-WHAT HAVE YOU
to offer for a paying restaurant. Address
A, box 10, Herald office. 6
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD YOUNG
h o? r ?? f . or H" ythln S' useful; worth $30.
829 Montreal st. 5.5
— '■ -~" ; 1 ,i
DrTtoRA. KINGrOBRMAN-BNGMSH
specialist; diseases of women; all Ir
regularities restored; treatment confiden
tial; cure guaranteed. 446 S. Broadway
£ 6-6-80
FRANk'a.
and gasiltter, 210 E. Second st. Tel. 136.
LOS ANGELES HEBALD: STTNDAY MOBNING. MAY 3, 1886.
' FOR SAJLE— REAL I
Ho: 323 end Lots
FOR SALE—HOUSES AND LOTS—
By 8. BROWN & CO.,
206% 8. Broadway. Room 18.
81050—5-room cottage, windmill and tank,
lot 50x147 to alley, fenced, flowers, etc.
1650—5-room cottage on Pulton st., near
Temple, lot. 40x110. j.'!so cash.
$1650-5-room cottage, 011 West Thirty
first St.. lot tux lis to alley: $500 cash.
$1100—6-room cottage, on Denver aye.,
near electric curs, rents for $12.50 per
mouth.
$2000—New 6-room modern cottage, on car
line; $200 cash, balance monthly.
$I*so— 5-room modern cottage: $150 cash.
$1800—5-room modern cottage on Clinton
aye.: $150 cash.
$6500—11-room modern home, on Orange
St., terms.
$8000—s-room beautiful home, on Ingra- 1
ham st.
$:;50n —7-room cottage, on Hoover, large
lot; see it.
. Homes ln all parts of the city at bed
rocU prices, for salo and exchange.
$400 cash—Lot on Olive St., near Vermont,
50x135.
$525 cash—Lot on West Thirty-first St.,
50x148 to alley.
$700-Cholca lot. West Twenty-third St.
$800—A beauty on clean side of Twenty
third st.
$1000-Flne lot on Norwood St., 50x147.
Houses for rent, city and country prop
erly for sale and exchange. Bargains lv
choice homes in the southwest, houses built
nnd sold on the Installment plan. If we
do not have what you want we can get it
for you and save you money.
S. BROWN & CO..
206% S. Broadway, room 18. 8
FOR SALE- ~
THE SOFTEST SNAP
In town
Is for sale by
CULVER.
A nice new 5-room cottage, with every
modern convenience yet thought of by
the new woman, and within 10 minutes'
walk of Second and Spring streets, for
$125—5125—5125. ;
Cash Down. ■
—And Balance at— j
jjrj jig. Jjg '
per month Including Interest,
holier than paying rent, yet no more
than rent each month. Get a wiggle on
you If you want this; It's going to the
first woman who gets her eye on it, for
It's the prettiest and most convenient ,
little home in this village.
—CITLVER-
-212 South Broadway.
6_
FOR SALE-READ THIS AND YOU 1
will see this Is the best paying invest
ment in the city. A new 10-room house,
nicely furnished, always filled with good
paying tenants summer and winter. Price
$150 for the next 10 days. Best location in
city. Rent only $45. If you are looking
lor a good Investment at a bargain, come ,
and see me at once. THOS. G. ASIITON,
229 Byrne bldg. 3 j
SIX WORDS--5 CENTS
That's all—a nickel a line to buy, sell, trade,
exchange, hire, rent, etc., in these popular
classified advertisements.
5 CENTS A LINE
. . — ■ — —
FOR SALE—
BARGAINS
$2000—Lot 54x160 W. side Flower St.
$2000—Fine corner for residence or flats.
$1800—Lot on N. side Seventh St., Bonnie
Brae. _
$2750-100x156 S. side Thirtieth, bet. Grand
aye. and Flgueroa.
$5250—Very close in, 60x165,12-room house. I
$1500—6-room house, lot 50x150, estate must
sell very cheap. . 1 ... . ..
$750-Lot on W. Thirty-first St., worth
$1000.
$750—Cor. Thirtieth and Maple aye.
$1600—Lot in Bonnie Brae tract.
$550—Lot on Wall St., sure bargain.
$200 per foot—Lot on Main St.
Several exchanges on hand, California
for eastern or northern.
Want to buy new house, 6 rooms, close ln,
$2000 to $2500, $100 cash, $40 per month.
Money to loan. If you want to place mon
ey come and see me. _.—
W, H. GRIFFIN.
tf 136 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE-
House and two lots on Tehama St.,
Brooklyn Heights; 21 fruit trees, 7 years
old; more fine gum trees and peppers;
shady, fine lot; flowers, etc.; a comfort
able home; 4-room house; large 2-story
barn. See owner,
B. DUNCAN.
3-10-17-21-31 145 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—NEW
modern cottage; southwest: 5 large
rooms, bath, electric light; lot 50x175;
price $2450; will take. $500 to $750 in trade,
balance long time, easy payments, or lib
eral discount for cash payment. Also
20-acre apple orchard in Michigan, value
$1200; make an offer. Address F., box 10,
Herald office. 5
FOR SALE-$3OOO, ANOTHER CHANCE
for an elegant home In the South Bonnie
Brae, which cost $500 more than the price I
asked to build it. You may smile, but I
have the bill for proof. This is an op- I
portunily to buy an elegant home ln the
best part of the city on very easy terms.
F. B. WILLIAMS, 206% 8. Broadway. 8 i
FOR SALE—SIISO—VERY PRETTY. COZY I
cottage home, 4 rooms, plastered, decorat
ed, bath, closets, beautiful large trees. |
shrubs, flowers, hedge, lawn, northeast I
cor. Kent and Ida sts., 50x140: only 4
blocks from electric and cable cars: ready
to move in and a bargain. T. WIESEN
DANGER, 227 W. Second st. 9 j
FOR SALE—ON LV $800: $100 CASH, BAL
ance payable $10 par month, cozy 5-rooT.t
ctttage. on Twenty-eighth st., near Cen
tral aye.; nice yard, lawn, flowers, etc.
If you will look at this property you cer
tainly will be pleased, for It Is a snap. F.
B. WILLIAMS, 206% S. Broadway, room
26. 3
FOR SALE—TWO CHEAP HOUSES FOR
aaje In the Harper tract, cheap; In I
price they cannot be built for the money
within two thousand dollars, and are 1
lovely homos: stable, large grounds and I
beautifully located. NEWLYN, 231
Byrne bldg. 3
FOR SALE—$l6OO—6-ROOM, HARD FlN
ished house, near Twenty-first st. and
Grand aye.: lot 60x110. Owner in Europe
and wants to sell without reserve: rents
for $17 per month. JOHN L. PAVKOV
ICH, 220 W. First St. -i
FOR SALE-GREAT BARGAIN IN A
new 2-story houso near Westlake; 9
large rooms; modern; lot 50x150: street all
improved: worth $350 1 ; price $2700. M. F.
ODEA. Fourth and Broadway. 4
FOR SALE-CHOICE LOT ON BON
sallo aye.. on easy terms, at a great bar
gain; good location for fine home. Cnll,
get price and terms. L. W. MITCHELL.
328 S. Broadway. 3
RICHARD ALTSCHUL, '
Real Estate, Loans and Commission,
Has removed to
408 South Broadway.
Chamber of Comnierce Building. 5-30 1
FOR SALE—I WILL SELL YOU ANY
house on the installment plan: you don't
have to pay a large amount down. Pick
out your house and then see NEWLYN, I
231 Byrne bldg. 3 j
FOR SALE—SUBURBAN COTTAGE; I
new; beautiful location. Owner has bus
iness elsewhere and must sell; terms very I
easy. Write to MORGAN, care Herald. 8
FOR SALE—SI2SO:7-ROOM HOUSE,WELL
I built, on corner, electric oars, west,
excellent location, easy terms. J. iuc-
LEAN, E St.. near Pico, Pico Heights. 5
FOR SALE—THE PRETTIEST G-ROOM
cottage that $2500 will buy Is on Glrard
St.. near Vernon. Address OWNER, 207
Wilmington St. 3 ,
FOR SALE—3-ROOM HOUSE ON TOWNE
aye.; lot 40xl2o; price $860. p. L. SHIoE
LER, 225 W. Second St. 8
city Lots *
' —CITY LOTS-CITY LOTS—CITY LOTS—
FOR SALE—BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st.
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St.
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St.
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St.
$100 UPWARDS SPECIAL BARGAINS.—
Extraordinary bargain, lot, sewered,
graded, ready to build on, only 8 blocks
from this office, vicinity Pearl and Al
pine streets, for $350: adjoining lots sell
at $550. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st,
$100 cash, balance easy terms: 1 acre,
nicely improved with 4 rooms, house, etc.:
price, $1800; 2 blocks from car line. BEN
WHITE, 221 W. First st.
$50 cash, balance $10 monthly, will btiy
that 4-room house, lot 40x160, on Cleve
land St., first house from W. Washington
st; west side of Cleaveland: go and see It;
nnd If you want It, apply to BEN WHITE,
221 W. First st .
8200— only $200; lot 50x150 in Happy Val
ley, 8 blocks from electric cars.
$100 cash, balance easy terms, lots 50x
140, nicely Improved, with 4-room house,
Boyle Heights, pri.ee $650. BEN WHITE.
$50 cash, balance $10 monthly, 4-room
house, S. Hayes St., price $700. BEN
WHITE.
$1800—Part cash, handsome 6-room cot
tage, Fourteenth near Central aye., large
barn, etc.
$7000—Nice residence, southwest, im
mense bargain.
$4000—Nice 7-room house, near Twelfth
and Georgia Bell sts.; must sell.
Houses and lots for sale in all parts of
the city to buy, sell or exchange property
of any kind.
I $1900—Magnificent 6-room cottage,
Eighth near Central aye.
6-room house, close in, must sell.
$1400—Wolfskin tract, nice 5-room cot
tage, part cash.
$1900—Modern 7-room house on Ruth
aye., must sell at once.
4-room house Alexandre Weill tract,
at your own figure. BEN WHITE.
, Kindly apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W.
I First St., always some immense bargains
i to choose from. 3
FOR SALE—GRIDER & DOW'S
j\LJi\ixla oi. i h^t.l>
THE TRACT OF HOMES. -
64 choice residence lots unsold are now
offered at $30) to $loou on easy payments;
. 600 lots have been sold and over 200 homes
built In the past 18 months; a school
building that cost over $17,000 and a fine
church aro located In this tract; five
miles of streets graded, curbed and side
walked, and lined with 2000 lively shade
and palm trees; city water: electric
lights; modern street cars with 10-mlnute
service: only 12 minutes' time from busf
' uess center; four 80-foot streets and one
100-foot street; lots 50x150 to alley; high
and sightly location; rich loam soil, no
mud. Don t buy for a home nor for an
Investment until you see the "Adams-st.
Tract." Free carriages from our office.
Telephone 1299. For maps, prices and
views of this tract call on or write to
GRIDER & DOW,
j 4 139 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—OWN TOUR OWN HOME—
$50 cash. $10 per month.
NO INTEREST.
Lots on Fourteenth and Newton sts., V/z
miles from Spring and First sts., ln the
ESTELLA TRACT, $265 TO $350.
one block from cars, in neighborhood of
! neat cottage homes, where building re
; strlctlons are enforced, thus protecting
your property as well as our own: no
shanty-town attachments permitted; it
presents the combined features seldom
seen in close-In property cheap, at prices
and terms offered nowhere else ln this
city; cement walks laid and paid for; no
bonds or interest to worry you; other
street improvements made when requir
ed. These lots are beauties, He about one
foot above grade, affording a perfect
drainage; soil a sandy loam; no mud
whatever: look at all other tracts; then
see the Estella. Remember, we charge
absolutely no Interest, and every dollar
paid goes into your lot ;also that our prices
are 25 per cent cheaper than surrounding
lots. Title perfect: certificate with each
lot. For all particulars apply to P. A.
STANTON, 115 S. Broadway. Tel. 1164.
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FOR SALE-
A NEW DEPARTURE.
We now offer to furnish purchasers of
lots in tho Alexandre Weill tract at their
option, with policies of Insurance of the
Title Insurance and Trußt company for
the full amount of the purchase price of
tho lots bought, or with unlimited eertiti
cates of title guaranteeing the title in
Alexandre Weill, free and clear of all en
cumbrances. Lots from $300 up on small
cash payments and easy monthly Install
ments, without interest. Clerks, work-
Ingmen, laboring men, mechanics, motor
men, conductors, engineers, stop throw
ing away your money on rent ana remem
ber the same payments will in a few
years make you the proud possessor of
your own homes. Just ask your wife
about It and get all the particulars from
RICHARD ALTSCHUL, sole agent, 123%
|W. Second St., Burdlck blk. tf co d
FOR SALE—TWO CHOICE LOTS ON
Westlake aye. Street Improvements all
made, shade trees, magnificent view. If
! sold this week $2300 buys both, or will sell
| one.
FOR SALE—BURLINGTON AYE., ONE
east and one west front lot near Tenth st.
, Want an offer; must sell. HINTON oi
WHITAKER, 123 W. Second st. ,1
i FOR SALE—
I Look everywhere, but don't buy until
I you see my snap on Adams, Twenty-
I seventh, Twenty-eighth. Twenty-third
I and Thirty-first sts., west side Central
I aye.; $100 to $300 below other people's
prices; less desirable lots near same car
line at from $100 to $300 each at $10 per
month.
H. H. BIXBT,
3 328 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE
grandlbargains.
$300—Large 50-foot lot on Twenty-ninth
St., in one block of the electric cars, at
$300—523 cash and the balance at $10 per
month: street graded and graveled; cem
ent walks and curbs, and sprinkled. Car
riages from our office.
GRIDER & DOW.
4 139 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL BUILDING
lots ln C. A. Smith's Third addition, lo
cated on Eighth and Mateo sts., near
Seventh st. school. These lots arc level
and part of them are covered with orange
trees 20 years old. They are selling fast,
because my terms are easy—slo cash, $10
per month, and prices low—sl6o, $175, $200
a lot. Rmember this Is close-in property.
Call soon and make your selection. C. A.
SMITH, 213 W. First St. 4-16 tf
] FOR SALE—SOUTHEAST COR. SIX- !
I teenth and Denver aye., 54x158: mortgage
i $300, to run or can be paid off; will sell
equity cheaper than any lot In city; make
I a bid, you shall have It; owner going to
mines. L. W. MITCHELL, 328 S. Broad
way. ! 3
WELLS & EAKINS REMOVED TEN
doors south to 338 South Broadway,
where we hope to see all old friends and
many new ones. We want more cheap
houses, city lots and near ln acres, to sell
and exchange. 3
! FOR SALE-2 ELEGANT LOTS. 100x175
feet; He high, overlooking Westlake, on
wide and beautiful street: all Improve- ;
ments made; $2300. M. F. ODEA, Fourth
and Broadway. 4 j
ESTATE
City Lots ~
FOR SALE-
DARLING & PRATT,
Henry A. Darling.
Geo. E. Pratt.
INVESTMENT BROKERS,
Rooms 316-317 Bradbury blk.
Tel. 1600.
Los Angeles, Cal.
References by permission:
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
STATE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
REAL ESTATE. MORTGAGE LOANS.
INSURANCE. NOTARY PUBLIC.
We Invite the thoughtful attention of
investors to our very carefully prepared
lists of properties.
Our lists are revised to date and em
brace properties In all parts of Southern
and Central California.
Choice city and suburban resldenco
properties.
High-grade Los Angeles business prop
erties.
Fruit and farming lands ln large and
small acreage.
Large bodies of land for syndicates and
colonies.
Orange and lemon groves In true citrus
region.
Vineyards, raisins and wine.
Olive, almond and English walnut or
chards.
Apricot, peach and prune orchards.
Alfalfa, grain and pasture lands.
We make a specialty of choice Pasa
dena residence properties.
We critically Inspect each piece of
property before offering for sale.
We recommend all property solely ac
cording to its merits.
We make a specialty of loaning estate
and trust funds, and invite attention to
our system of negotiating mortgage
loans.
Correspondence solicited from parties
who have money to loan (large or small
sums) on real estate mortgages.
We take charge of property for non
residents and attend to rents and collec
tions.
AH Inquiries will receive prompt and
careful attention.
All property cheerfully shown.
DARLING & PRATT,
Investment Brokers,
Bradbury blk., rooms 316-317.
Will remove June 1 to Wilcox bldg., cor.
Second and Spring sts.,
Los Angeles, Cal. S
FOR SALE— '
ORANGEDALE.
Fine 50-foot lots on Twenty-third St..
in half block of electric cars, covered
with bearing orange trees; streets grad
ed and graveled, cement walks and curbs,
at $475 to $500. on easy terms. See them
before you buy.
4 GRIDER & DOW, 139 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—A BARGAIN, $3200, NEW B
room residence; sightly location: 1125
Westlake aye. overlooking Wlntield st.;
every convenience; upper balcony, front
and back stairs, etc. Owner, 327 W.
Seventeenth st. S
Business Propsrty
FOR BALE
BROADWAY LOT.
We have a choice piece of property
on this fine street, centrally located,
now ln the heart of the business cen
ter. We are offering this property
at such a low price that will make the
lucky buyer a handsome profit with
in a short time.
CLARK & BRYAN, 127 W. Third st.
7tf
FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT & SMITH, Pomona, Cal. 6-26tf
Country Property
' FOR SALE—2O-ACRE ORANGE GROVE
within one mile of the Redlands City
postofflce. This Is the best orchard and
in the best condition of any ln Southern
Cal. Besides having about 1600 orange
trees that will bear this year 20.000 boxes,
there are 300 olive trees ln bearing along
the sidewalks on three streets; price
$1000 per acre, part cash and part on time.
For further particulars apply to W. P.
McINTOSH, 207 Bradbury block. 3
FOR SALE-$3OOO CASH BUYS 30 ACRES
of land; ail townslte and good as land
around it held at $200 per acre; IS miles
from Los Angeles. Inquire at Massachu
setts Shoe Store, 129 W. First st.
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FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, IS ACRE
alfalfa ranch on the southeast corner of
Figucroa street and Florence avenue;
price $175 per acre. P. L. SHIDELER
225 W. Second St. 3
FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE CHEAP—
80 acres of good land In San Luis Obispo
county. Call or address 732 Merchant St.
room 10, Los Angeles. 20
FOR SALE—2O ACRES OF LAND WITH
i fruit trees and a good 2-story house,
I near Asusa; $1600, half cash. Owner, 1424
I Santea st I
REAL ESTATE
Country Pioperty
FOR SALE—
$12,600—At Monrovia, 18 acres to navels,
6 years old, In Hue condition; will guar
antee you over 10 per cent on the price
asked for It: can bo obtained for crop
now on trees; water free.
If you buy an orange grove there arc
three points on which you want, to make
no mistake, viz: location, water and
prices. As to location, Monrovia, one of
the prettiest foothill towns In California.
Is hard to beat, and it enjoys the dis
tinction of being th,' only town lv Cali
fornia with water absolutely free; If you I
have land in Monrovia you have water, I
too. I'm offering a grove in that town
which, besides the advantage of loca
tion, free, pure mountain water, and the
very lowest price of any 5-year-old navel
grove In the town, offers a splendid op
portunity for a man to settle down end
havo his acres cut up Into city lots in it
very sliort while, being only 3 blocks
from the business center of the place. I
defy you to duplicate this place at 1,
than $1609 per acre, hut I'll sell It now.
with a fine crop of Washington navels
on the trees, at $700 per acre. $12,000. You
can see It and return ln 2 hours and 40
minutes; drop around and let me show it .
to you or talk to you about It.
For Sale—27% acres in line lemon land,
with water, within 1000 feet of postofflce.
In splendid foothill town on Santa Fe
railroad: has already been subdivided In- I
to 12>i lots: can he bought now for 55500:
MM per acre, with water: less than $50 i
per lot: it will in 5 years make you rich If
you buy it. See owner.
$5000—At Downey, only 12 miles from
Los Angeles, one of the most desirable
places ln that section: 8 acres 0-year-old
oranges: you ought to see that crop now
on: 7-room house, furnished, hot and cold
water: well, windmill, 2 tanks, flowers,
chickens, cow (Jersey), horse and buggy.
If you are here with a valise you can
walk In and he at heme: would take $20eo
in cash and unincumbered Los Angeles
property.
$-8000—At Rialto. 20 acres. 15 to Wash
ington navels. 5 to lemons, f years old:
small crop now on: beautiful cottage, 0
rooms and bath: all hard finished; hot.
and cold wafer plnprt: horses, waernn, cul
tivator, tods: house completely fur
nlrhrd: It .-.!! goer.: you car. move In With
nothing but a valise and be fixed.
You cs.n get a bargain in any one of
these. See owner,
P.OAZ DUNCAN.
3-10-17-21-31 143 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE
RANCHES! RANCHES! RANCHES!
810. LITTLE AND ALL SORTS.
27% acres near NorWatk, all but 2%
acres in alfalfa: 5-room house, very
cheap: owner must sell.
20 or 40 acres near Anaheim: an ex
ceptional chance; very fine land, worth
looking up.
5. 30 or 20 acres near Vernon aye., in
side city; improved; less than $1000 per
acre.
Fine ranch near Alhamhra: large
house; a charming spot; can he bought
right.
Nearly I»>acres between North Pomona
and Claremont: half each In apricots and
oranges: very cheap, but very good.
70 acres near San Fernando; 22 acres of
it in olives and walnuts: ranch brought
in $4000 net last year: can he sold very
cheap, or wiil trade for first-class Im
proved Lcs Angeles property free of In
cumbrance.
We can sell you most any kind of a
ranch you want, large or small, und give
splendid values fe,* money asked.
WM. F. BOSBYSHELL & CO.,
3 lo'i s. uruauway.
FOR SALE
FRUIT LANDS~AND CITY LOTS. I
A number of 10. 15 and 40 acres tracts
In the foothills and bottom of the val
ley: several parcels slightly Improved:
located In the Provldencia and Scott
tracts, near Burbank; prico very low.
Various lots In King's subdivision of
the Daverede tract, southwest corner of
San Tcdro and Washington sts.
St. James Park; several* very choice
lots Inside the park, and a valuable cor- i
ncr fronting on Adams St., 110x150 to a
16 foot alley.
Six lots on Lake Shore aye. between ;
Second and Temple sts.
Sole owner, GEO. W. KING,
Room 10. Manhattan blk, 137 S. Broadway,
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FOR SALE—3PECIAL BARGAIN—SO TO
500 acres near Covlna; choicest land, with
perpetual water right, at $80 per acre:
very desirable for subdivision: mortgage
foreclosed; must sacrifice for less than
half its value: special inducement as a
whole. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, sole
agent, 220 W. First. 4
FOR SALE—SAN GABRIEL—ONLY A
few 5 and 10-acre blocks left; water right.
Now is the time to buy. If you have any
thing to sell or trade see E. K. ALEX
ANDER, 145 S. Broadway. tf
_FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE—CHEAP; 500 POUNDS BRE
vier type: was used on The Herald until
Mergenthaler typesetting machines were
put in April 15. Address Business Man
ager. The Herald, Los Angeles, Cal.
FOR SALE—AN ALMOST NEW Busi
ness buggy, made by the Tabor Carriage
company of this city: will sell at a bar
gain. F. B. WILLIAMS, 206% S. Broad
way, room 26. 3
FOR SALE—DENTAL CABINET "THE
Howard," cost $70, for $50; good as new;
also one Wllkerson dental chair, Improv
ed, ln good order, for $190. 416 E. Twentv
third st.
FOR S A LE—AI RE FRIG FRA TOR WAG- '
on. will make good spring wagon: Al fan
cy breaking cart and harness, all made to i
order; will sell cheap. 512 E. Second st. 5 !
FOR SALE—SEW INO MACHINES OF
all the best makes at splendid bargains;
second hand machines from $5 to $10, guar
anteed. Apply 610 S. Spring st. 3
FOR SALE—YOU CAN GET PURE j
water out of the Armstrong self-cleans- !
Ing filters; call and see them work. At :
800 S. Main St. 3 ;
FOR SALE-50 CORDS OF SEASONED
gum-wood, delivered to any part of ihe
city at 17 per cord. F. B. WILLIAMS, 2061 •
S. Broadway. 3
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FOR SALE CHEAP—MARLIN SAFETY
repeating rifle. 32 caliber, long, short, rim 1
and ccnterflrlng. Address S., box 40,
Herald office. 3
FOR SALE-ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK
elevator at a sacrifice. Inquire at The
Herald business office. 12-tt
FOR SALE—HAVE ROOM IN CAR FOR
household goods to Chicago. Address G.,
box 10, Herald office. 3
FOR SALE—FINE TOP BUGGY; good as
new; call at 228% Requena st. and get a
bargain. 4
FOR SALE—BARGAIN, FURNITURE
of 3-room cottage. 351 S. Olive at. 3
FOR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN Ql'ANTl
tles to suit, at this office.
BJ»CCURSMfa
ONCE A WEEK PERSONALLY CON
ducted exourslons to Chicago, St. Paul,
Minneapolis and all eastern points, leave
Los Angeles every Thursday via South
ern Pacific, Union Pacific "World's Pic
torial Line," and Chicago and Northwest
ern railway, crossing the Sierra Nevada*
and passing all points of scenic interest
by daylight. Upholstered tourist cars of
latest Pullman pattern, lighted by gas.
and run through without change. Com
§etent conductors accompany each party,
'astest time. Lowest rates. For tick
ets and berth reservations, apply to.I. H.
PEARMAN, Manager. G. F. llerr, T. P.
A., 223 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, or to
any agent Southern Pacific company.
5 3-0
PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCT- :
ed excursions via the Rio Grande and
Rock Island route, leave Los Angeles cv- j
cry Tuesday, cross the Sierra Nevadas
I arid pass the entire Rio Grande suenerv
! by daylight. We have a tourist sleeper .
running through to Minneapolis and St.
! Paul ln connection with every party. Our
Boston car stops one day at Niagara
Falls. Office 138 S. Spring st.
BURLINGTON ROUTE—PERSONALLY
conducted excursions to tho east every
Wednesday over the scenic line of tho
world: upholstered tourist ears without
change. T. H- DUZAN. agent, 222 3.
1 Spring St., Lo« Angeles, Cal.
HE HSinOR M
(Continued from Pago Five.) 1
gamblers; his $10,000 a year had proved
but a drop In this bucket of debt, ana
he must have $240,000 cash down to dis
entangle himself. Emperor "William de
cided this would, bt| a cheap pru e«io pay
for respectability in his wife's family.
Ho p.iid p. Ernst Ouenther worked
hard to reform. Ho was so successful
at first that he posed as a moralist.
[ .lust how fast he sagafed back into the
old habits, just how costly the resump
tion of his old associations had been and
just how much worse his second stage
was than the first, had been matters of
surmise, until his quarrel with the em
peror and the eommwn discussion of his
affairs revealed the truth. In the year
and eight or nine months that he
preached frugality and sobriety to th»>
noble Prussians, he frittered away not
only his yearly income of $10,000, but
also $50,000 of other people's incomes,
and accumulated sonic $100,000 worth of
. debts.
It was this account, presented by the
duke to his brother-in-law. which pre
cipitated the quarrel in the imperial
I family. He consorts with crooks, ex
, l oses state secrets and disgraces his
| family generally.
CAUSE OF THE SCANDAL
It was this precious duke who indi
tectly laid the foundation for the whole
scandal. He It was who entered into an
j intrigue with an alleged French count
ess, a woman of the world, who, by her
beauty and tact, managed to work Into
high favor at court. She was a friend of
the Von Kotzes and learned many se
; crets from Fi rm von Kotze, who Iscred
j Ited with having the most scurrilous
j tongue in the city. Many years ago her
| house was known as the headquarters of
! ;.ll the scandal mongers In fashionable
1 'erlln, and the beautiful Fiench woman
remembered all that she heard there.
The emperor's eldest sister, Princess
Charlotte of Sasr Mclningen, a very
vain woman and a finished intriguante,
v.-aB friendly with the French woman,
find Frail ton Kotze until the latter be
;;an to talk about her. Then the princess
missed the precious diftry in which she,
had written accounts .of all the vicious
reports she had heard about the court
people. Princess Charlotte accused Frau
von Kotze of steallrfg-thls diary, and the
Berlin people agreed with her.
But at this time the liaison of the
French w oman and I3uke Ernst was so
openly conducted that all'the friends of
the woman turned against her. Frau
von Kotze was more bitter than the
.others, and forcibly ejected her from the
house to w hich she'h'ad hitherto been
cordially welcomed.* iTh'en it was that
the French woman .iti>le the diary from
Finn von Kotze. , .
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RECRUITED SOLDIERS IN NEW YORK
In the North American' continent the
spirit of adventure Ms strong. During
the Crimean war I was an attache at
the Washington legation, and as this
was about forty yep.rs ago, I do not sup
pose that I aVtr disclosing secrets in Bay-
I ing what then occurred. We received
I orders to recruit a force for the Crimea.
This was a fad of Lord Panmure's,
who was then ivar minister. Sir John
Cramptoh, our minister, vainly wrote to
explain that this might get us lntotrou
| ble with the United States government
! The only ropjy was an order to obey.
So we did.
! I was sent t" New.York to look after
j the recruiting there.' We had a ship
! in the harbor, and we found no difficulty
; In filling it. A recruiter got $5 per man.
: and the man $5.aecompanied with many
] promise of good things. When the ship
! was full It was sent to Nova Scotia,
: where we had as governor an old sold
| ler with the reputation of being able to
I knock any regiment into shape.
| The government of the United States
I soon got wind of our proceedings at
! New York and at Niagara, where we
| had a Hungarian employed to ship re-
I emits across the frontier. The result
I was that the members, off he legation at
W ashington and the consuls at New
! York and one or two other places re-
I celved thc-ir passports. What partieu
j larly amused me was that the consul at
| New York had had nothing to do with
I the maltter . ' , '.
But we had elaborated a far grander
I scheme 1 . We had found a sort of mi—
i blistering general, who had agreed to
I provide us with several thousand men.
] who were to be;recruited in Texas and
j the adjoining southern states. These
; were to be commanded by the general,
i The negotiations were off because, while
| w e wore prepared to give him the local
I rank of general in the' Crimea, he in-
I slated upon being made what he called
] a full general in the British army. To
this we could not assent.
| I never could discover what became
! of my New York recruits. They were
j landed In Nova Scotia, and shortly af
; terward the governor telegraphed that
| they had rebelled, a-nd, that he was going
I to take steps to reduce them to a fit
j ting state of discipline.'* This was the
j last heard of them.—London Truth.
Big Talk Abutt Telephones
i A. H. Isham of San Francisco, second
! vice president of the World's Proctor Me»
i morial association, is in the city to confer
i with Louis Gathmann, regarding themon
' ster telescopes lo be erected on me summit
of Mount St. Miguel, near San Diego, Cal.
■ He is on his way to Belfast. Ireland, to see
Mrs. Proslor, widow of tne astronomer,
Richard A. Prostor.ilx whose honor she ia
going to erect an observatory. The leases
pf the two telescopes are to be the largest
ever constructed. One w ill have a lens
tivo times the size of the Lick, and the
other a lens four limes the size of the
, Yerkes telescope. Both are to be built on
: the plans of Prof. tSuthmami of this city,
whom Mr. Isham dtt lares to be one of the
greatest astronomers of the age. The plan
I of the memorial association is to secure
appropriations from various governments,
as well as Individual donations.—Chicago
Times-Herald.
Sup rwedheal
Oh. pretty fad. so blithe and grand, I
' Your rule is for a day;
, The world has jilted Trilby and
i Espoused the Roentgen ray. 1
—Washington Evening Stan
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FOR SALE T yiyE STOCK
FOR SALE—
Buggy and surrey horses; can be seen
at owners' homes, or by appointment
at my office.
II. 11. BIXBY, Agent for Owners.
H 32S S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—HORSE. 7 YEARS OLD. 114V
pounds, chestnut; easy kept: free driver;
safe for lady; also nice canopy top light
buggv and harness; all for $100; a bar
gain; see them Monday. 4111 Temple St. t
FOR SALE—A BAY HORSE. WEIOH*
about Kioo pounds; gentle, not tricks, good
i traveler; X years old; for sale cheap or
tviil exchange for groceries. 108 W. Twen-
I ty-elghth St. tf
! FOR SALE—A HANDSOME BAY MARH,
sound and gentle; beeu driven by a lady
; the three past years; only $05. N. K.
Ll'SK. 12S \Y. First st. S
FOR SALE-HEAVY DRAFT MULE,
weight 1200. for $35. Address O. W. OR AY,
] 1010 Garland St., or Station A, city. 3
FOR SALE-2 COWS. HORSE. WAQOM
and harness and chickens. Address D.,
box 50. Herald office. 3
' FOR SALE—FRESH JERSEY COW,
young and gentle, at 101" East Fourteenth
St. IMlj
FOR SALE-COW. $20; A BARGAIN. «3t
i Kdsevrare roud. i
_ ISVBSTORS
FOR" SALE-$kS AS ACRE-iou ACRE*
near Compton: choicest soil In vicinity;
plenty water; 7$ acres alfalfa. 20 acres III
pears anil walnuts; 6-room house, large
barn, etc.: first-class condition: mart
gage foreclosed: must sell. JOB" I*>
PAVKOVICH, 220 W. First,
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