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City Branch Agencies
Stf ■•''■«.• 01* •. •
THE jIERALD
BOYLE HEIGHTS
K. DON NELL, Newsdealer, 210s East First
. street.
EIST LOS ANGELES
jms. E. C. THACKEK, Newsdealer, 1M
H " North Paly street.
SAN FERNANDO STREET
rf MTtINNIB-'S PHARMACY, 1«8 San Fer
jfc. nando street.
wiBSTLAKE PARK
PONALD A. ROSS, Newsdealer, 1100 West
Seventh street.
UNIVERSITY
H L. PARK. Progs, Stationery, Etc.,
• Postofflce building.
SOUTH CENTRA li AVENUE
: CHICAOO PHARMACY, corner Central
avenue and Twelfth street,
RATES FOR CLASSIFIED ADS.
Five cents a line each insertion;
$1.00 per line per month.
Six words make a line.
Fraction of a line counts same as
Ml line.
Terms cash in advance. Postage stamps
taken in sums of less than ii.oo.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD
Hessrs. CJeores P. Rowell & Co., io Spruce j
Street, New York, who sre the recoirnized nu- |
thorlty on the circulation of newspapers, have
■etifled The Hsrald that they will publish In I
the next Issue ol Printers' Ins, and also In the
American Ntwspaper Dlrsctory for ISO 6, the
following notic ol Th; Herald's
GUARANTEED CIRCULATION:
" Only Sour Sunday papers in Ca iicrnie have
so high a cir;u!ation a? i j accorded the Los Ar
geles Herald, aril the publishers ol the Ameri
can Newspaper Directory will gunraaiee the I
accuracy of th? circulation rstl-s: accorded ta I
this paper by a reward oi one hunJrcd dollars,
payable to the first p:rsr>n who successfully
assails it."
It might not b; ou: ol p'.z:! to aid that, out
•f a total o.' 425 publlcitlona issue! in Califor
nia there are but thr.'c which mak. 1 a sworn
statement ta tiirlr c'rculatlor).
THE HERALD 13 ONE OF THE THRBB.
CHURCH NOTICES
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. EPISCOPAL
Olive st.. opposite the park. Open every
day in the vcar. Daily service at 10a. m.
The Clergy will respond to all calls for
the offices ii the church lor strangers
or visitors, without respect to creed:
burials, marriages, baptisms or visita
tions of the sick. Use of the church
cheerfully given m c tor funeral ser
vices. Tel 14S red.
SI eUAL \OT.CES
BUSINESS NEWSPAPER —Tl 1 E DAILY
Journal; a business newspaper; puhlish
ing all the county official records, real
estate transfers, mortgages and liens,
building news, contract work, finnacial
news, and all news relating to the re
sources and development of Southern
California and the great territory of
the southwest. One dollar per month,
or in advance $10 per year. 227 VV. First
St., Los Angeles, Cal. 0-1 tt
NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol
lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling
are between Ihe hours of 6 and 8 oclock
a. m. and ti and 8 oclock p. m. For a vio
lation of the above regulations Ihe water
will be shut off and v fine of $2 will lie
charged before the water will be turned
on again. 10-30
ABEPTOLIN—DR. CYRUS EDSON'SAL-
Ieged cure for consumption seems to be
proving itself a success: cases treated at
cost of the remedies used lor one month,
by
DR. PILKINGTON, The Winlhrop.
SO 880 S. Spring st.
MINERVA—COSMOS—
Tho It- X- system. For 50 cents a month
you bin re-ad 50 leading magazines at
your home. Call at 435 S. Broadway. 5-S
EXCHANGE—FEED AND SALE STA
ble; buy and sell on commission horses,
wagons, harness, hay and grain. Ad
vance* made. Stalls for rent day or
month,.sod!-2 S. Broadway. 5-7
FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF CHILDREN
receiveel into the Boys and Girls Aid So
ciety since the last publication, half or
phans: Eva Dunn, 12 years; Walter
Dunn, 0 years.
O. J. DAVIS. CONTRACTOR AND
builder. Houses built for cash or Install
ment plan. Money to loan to part it s con
templating building. 40S S. Broadway.
Tel. 1141 Main. 4-9-tf'
MANUFACTURING AND SELLING
right for the best crude petroleum oil
burner for domestic use in the- world, for
sale. Call and see it in operation at 310
S. Main st. S
SEND 10 CENTS FOR PACIFIC CUPID,
a matrimetnial paper: particulars of bu
reau in this issue. MRS. M. li. HERTZ.
Manager. 312 Hyde- St.. San Francisco. 5-19
WANTED—A LL SOLDI MRS AND THEIR
dependent ones to know that my office is
now located at 120 1 -. S. Spring st. JAMES
PUGH, U. S. Pension Attorney. ti-l
JAMES SPRING,
Carpenter and Builder.
All kinds of repairing neatly done to or
der. 439 S. Flower st. 6-12
A DIVINE HEALER AT 344 S. HILL
st.: cures stuttering and stammering;
consultation free. C-l
WANTED—STOCK—I2OO ACRES PAS
turuge at Ballonu. See WILHELM. 826
S. Main st. fj-lS
J. B. FROVA, PRACTICAL CHIMNEY
sweeper. Residence 709 Macy st., Los An
geles.
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY
ANY PERSON WITH 1 LIRE BLOOD
need not be afraid of germs. But when
the germs iir.d entrance to the tissues
trouble begins. Keep your skin healthy
and promote circulation by electricity
and massage. MRS. DR. A. MAYER
617 S. Broadway, The Wiley, 21-::2 ]u-i '
EDITH AN WAY. FORMERLY OF Hus
ton, gives genuine alcohol rubbings that
are healthful and refreshing; no rivals
223 S. Main St., room 3. 5-is''
MASSAGE AND ALCOHOL BATHS-208
Winston St.. upstairs, one block east of
postoiiiee, between Fourth and Fifth sts.
0-3 '
THE FRENCH LA DV FROM 226W EAST
Seventh at. has removed to 315 Us Main
st., room 1. " 7
WINNIE BELL, ROHM 4. 317 t'OMMKiN
clal st. Massage and alcoholic baths. 5-2*
SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL
baths. 4491s Springs!., parlors 1-2. 5-15
MISS GRACE ROBINSON, NEW HELI -
man, 120 North Main, room 3. massage. 13
MISS MA V S TONE GIVES ALCOHOL
baths. 2"2 N. Main st., room 17. 5-22
MISS MAX RUSSELL—THE NEW HELL
man. room V.
CARPET CLEANING
STEAM CARPET CLEANING SEWING
and laying. JOHN H. RICHARDS 120
N. Spring. Tel. 1313. j.gtf
MUSICAL
BARGAIN IN A
Stelnway upright piano. Address X
box 100, Herald office.
PU. MBERS
FRANK A. WEINSIIANK. PLUMBER
and gasfltter, 240 E. Second Bt Tel, 130.
HOUSE-MOVING
A. V SLOPER. "'HOUSE "moVER-6K
FICE, 113 N. Broadway.
HELP WANTED—JMU!^^
HUMMELBROS. 4CO^
Successors to
PETTY, HUMMEL & CO.. _
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS
300-302 W. Second st.. in basement
California Bank Building.
Tel. 509.
Office hours from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., ex
cept Sundays.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT.
First milker, Arizona: milker near city.
$25.etc.; all around cook, $35 etc.; bakers'
helper: cook Arizona. $30, etc.
WOMAN'S DEPAItTMENT.
10 house girls, cltv and country, $l.i to
$26. etc.; family cooks, nurse girls, etc.;
woman cook, country hotel. $30, etc. Call
at our office, we will have many new or
ders today.
6 HUMMEL BROS. $t CO.
WANTED—TEN BOYS OR YOUNG MEN
from each school or college in the city
to work a portion of the time for The
Herald. Twenty-live cents In cash will
be paid for eueh new name.and every
canvasser will have an opportunity to
win one or more of the following prize*;
One $100 first-class bicycle, a gold hunt
ing case watch, a six months' scholar
ship in a business college, double-bar
relled breech-loading shotgun. $20 aulj of
clothes. $20 overcoat, round trip to San
Diego or Catalina and return, Either of
the latter includes a free dinner at the
Coronudo Hotel or Hotel do Avalon.
?-ntr
! WANTED—SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
I for appointment for young men in rail
way mail service. Examination! soon in
every state. Particulars about all gov
ernment positions free. NATIONAL
CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE,
Washington. D. C. MS
I WANTECD — TOTING MAN, OR LAD, TO
I to learn shorthand and pay for same as
office boy. LONGLEY INSTITUTE.
room tot, Byrne building. 9
WANTED—YOUR PATRONAGE, RELT
able help furnished promptly. REID 9
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 125 W. Firs:
St. tf
WANTED—INDUSTRIOUS MAN WITH
$12.". In provision market. Apply to MA
HONEY & ROBINSON. 42il S. Main st. t.
E. T. CASEY A CO., 113'j S. BROADWAY.
employment office: we furnish reliable
hotel and household help. tt
WANTED—HELP FREE—27 BITTJA
tIons, 3204 8- Broadway. E. xitti.n-
OER. 2 —
f/tIP WANTED PBMAJLM
WANTED—WB MIST HAVE HELP.
We pay men and women Jl'i to $H per
week for easy home work. No book! or
peddling. Steady employment guaran
teed. Send stamp for work and Partic
ulars at once. HERMANN ft BETMO! R.
213 south Sixth st.. Philadelphia, Pa.
4-7 3t a -.vl:
WANTED—LADY OPERATOR FOR FlT
ting uppers In custom shoe shop. CITY
BOOT AND SHOE CO., 24 IS. Main. '>
WANTED—LADY AGENTS. CALL COR.
Nclla and Central aye.. Vernon. 1
FITUATIONS WANTED-AtALB \
WANTED—SITUATION BY COMPET
ent gardener, steady, an l in gentleman's
private place; or any place of trust.
References if desired. Address 0.. box X,
Herald. •
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
WANTED—SITUATION BY GOOD GER
man woman, position as cook, or to do
general house work: can do both German
and French rooking; city or country; 115
West Sixth St., next Main. 0
WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER; ANY ONE
going away and wishing a responsible I
party to take charge of house during ab
sence; lady from the east. No. I*l \V.
Ann st. 8
WANTED—A GERMAN WOMAN WITH
a girl 9 years old would like a situation
as cook or housework and cooking, up- i
stairs work or sewing. 335 S. Pearl st. I
WANTED—SITUATION BY MIDDLE
aged single woman, good cook, worker,
housekeeper, city or country. Good
home preferred. 404 S. Spring st. city. 7
WANTED—LADY LATE FROM THE
North wishes position as housekeeper
and companion. Address 2516 E. Third
st., city. 15
WANTED—SITUATION BY COOK IN
private family. Address room S. 229',- E.
Fourth st. 7
U'A N TED-A GENTS^
WAXTED-23 LADY AGENTS: EXPEN
ses and good salary guaranteed. Call at
rooms 7-*. $54 S. Broadway, from May 4th
to 7th. 7
WANTED—EXPERIENCED AGENT TO
canvas city. Liberal terms. 112 S. Water
St. 12
WANTED—TO RENT
WANTED—TO RENT, JUNE IST. COT
tage of 5 rooms west of Hill and south of
Third sis.: must be in good condition,
with shade trees, small lawn etc.; per
manent tenant with best of references.
Address RENTER, care Business Man
ager, Herald office. tf
WANTED—REAL ESTATE
WANTED—TO PURCHASE MORTOAG
ed houses, or any very cheap lots. If you
want money call and see us. We loan
gold coin on real estate, or on goo.t
mortgages. GOWEN, EBERLE & CO.
(established ISSO.). 143 S. Broadway. 8
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—BY A NEAT SEAMSTRESS,
plain sewing and mending; children's
clothing a specialty. Call or address
MRS. SMITH, 411 S. Hill St., in the rear. 7
WANTED—GOOD HORSE AND LIGHT
buggy for the keep: will give best refer
ence and board horse m first-class stable.
Address 8., box 60, Herald olllce. tf
WANTED—HOUSE RAISED, ROOM
built and little; cash in exchange for
large vacant lot. WM. GORDON, Tem
ple st., power house. 6
WANTED—LADIES' AND GENTS' BlCY
cles for cash. CENTRAL PARK CY
CLERT, 518 S. Hill St., bet. Fifth and
Sixth. C
WANTED—A KEATING BICYCLE. '05
pattern. Must lie in good comli'lou and
low price. M, Box 30, Herald office, tf
WANTED—NOTICE: ALL PERSONS
warning cattle dehorned call on J. F.
allen, 752 East Seventeenth st. 10
LOST AND FOUND
LOBT—A CANVAS COVER POCKET
book, belonging lo Jas. Darling, sewer
contractor, containing one small check
on National Bank of California, of which
payment Is slopped, and receipts and pa
pers of no use only to owner. I'lease re
turn to 317 S. Hill, and get reward. 7
FOUND—A LADIES' ALLIGATOR-SKIN
porketbook, containing among other
ihir.es papers and a trunk cheek of
I Sou'liern Pacific company, and a bill re
; celpt Of .Mrs. C. J. Pierard. 574 Fulton st.
Owiur can obtain same; by identifying
at Herald office. tt
LOST—A THOROUGHBRED BROWN
| cocker spaniel, during either Fiesta or
the week lollowlng; liberal reward for
the return of same at Herald office, if
STRAYED —AT THE CONNOLLY
Ranch. Vermont aye., ten sheep Owner
I ran have same by paying expenses
ELIZA CONNOLLY. 5-4-96
STRAYED—BAY MAI; 17, OWNER CAN
have same by calling at 7*i Los Ana-elee
I It., and paying expenses. g
CHIROPODISTS
\ MISS J. F. ALEXANDER, CHTROP{i£
dlst, treats feet; gives « a lt glow, mas
| sage; hours 9 a. m. to S p. m. 215 and '11
| Wilson block, First and Spring streets.
! DR. ZACHU, DISEASES OP THE FEET
233 S. Spring st. 6-26 '
J rcaai ... m m-»«—
BICYCLES
B. LARSEN & CO. HAVE THE AGENCY
for Relay bicycles. 252 W. Fifth st. 8-18
STORAGE ANU COMMISSION
PA< iIFIC WAREHOUSE, 801 eT" FIRST
st. Tel. 340 Main. 6-6
LOS ANGELES HEBALD: WEDUESDAT MOBNING, MAT «, 1999,
FOR SALE—SIOOO. IF YOU HAVE THE
cash to pay the above price for half In
terest In A 1 business, worth $1500, call
quick.
To buy, sell or exchange any business
call on JOHN JONES, JR., 32S Byrne bids.
10
FOR SALB — THE FINEST LODGING
house ever offered for sale in Los Ango
lu; oentelns 50 rooms, <0 beautifully fur
nishad. lias never been In the market;
kept by present owner since building was
areata*': has a first-class, steady, regular
insamejbest possible central location;
pries MM*.
I R. BARNARD, 117>i 9. Proadway. 9
I '
1 FOR SALE—WOO. RESTAURANT. AOT
ually clearing over $125 per month. You
j ran try this before you buy; runbypros
i ent ewn-r 7 years; nicely equipped: prin
cipal street. See BEN WHITE. 221 W.
First st. 6
t
i FOR SALE—BLACKSMITH BUSINESS
nt cost of stock and tools: no competlt-
I ors: good stand: retiring on account of
I poor health. Address WALTER L.
I BRAY, Azusa. Cat. Box 93. 3-9-90
FOR SALE—MANUFACTURING AND
selling right for the best crude petroleum
! oil burner for domestic use in the world,
for sale, rail and see it In operation
at 310 S. Main st. S
FOR SALE—MIDDLE AGED MAN PRE
fcrretl to buy one-half interest in an es
tablished semi-wholesale liquor business;
just renovated: in this city. L. SCHMIDT,
115 W. Tirst tt. 12
FOR SALE—(2IS. RESTAURANT Busi
ness, lunch parlor and dolloacv sloi\7
elioiee local ion. MAHONEY & ROBIN
SON. 4?" 9. Main St. ti
FOR 9A LI*—FRUIT, CONFECTIONERY,
cigars, etc., Jits. MAHONEY A ROB
INSON. ii« 9. Main st. S
TOR SALE—CHOICE DELICACY STORE
eld popular s»and: positive Bargain; 12T5.
- I. D. 1 ARXARD. 1174 8. Broadway, t
, FOR SALE—A BAZAAR AND CIGAR
store: a bargain: 2 living rooms; $275.
I. D. BARNARD. 117'- S, Broadway. 6
FOR SALE—CIGAR STORE AT ACTUAL
value of stuck; verr choice location; $500.
I. D. BARNARD, 117% S. Broadway. «
FOR SALE—LODGING HOUSE OP 21
roomy, clearing Jss per month net profit:
$»>5»: terms. ?.T.S WHITE. (1
FOR SALE— $875, 11-ROOM LODGING
house: big bargain. REN WHITE, 221
Tf. Firs: at. 0
FOR SALE .T225. CIGAR STORE FOR
•ale; rent $11 p?r month. See owner at
$12 N. Main st. W
FOB SALS - CITY NEWSPAPER
routes. Apply C. G. SPRUNG. Herald
bualnaaa omee. tf
'. FOR SALE—UTS, SALOON: WORTH $500;
must sell. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st.
SIX WORDSS CENTS
That's all —a nickel a line to buy, sc'l, trade,
exchange, nat, etc., in th:sz- popular
c.'assifijd advertisements.
5 CENTS A LINE
WANTED—ANT OXK WANTING TO
make $2000 In nine months from small
Investment call at 423 Philadelphia St. I
FOR BALE—SI2OO. SALOON: HANDSOME
place. Apply BEN WHITE. 221 W. First
at. 6
FOR BALE—BARBER SHOP VERY
cheap. 542 S. Spring st. 7
to sell out Tour business sf.e
1. D. BARNARD. 117U S. Broadway.
EDUCATIONAL
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE,
incorporated, occupies the entire fifth,
lloor of the new Currier hlo<lc, 212 W.
Third St.: largest, oldest, best; elegant
and commodious rooms, intensely pra !
tical course of study, able and exper
ienced specialists as teachers, complete
equipments, perfect lighting and ventila
tion, rooms heated by steam, first-class
elevator service: live courses of study
commercial, shorthand and typewriting,
preparatory, telegraphy and assaying,
the school fa thoroughly live and progres
sive; it inspires as well as teaches; day
and evening sessions: individual and
class instructions; successful graduates;
fine class of students; visitors cordially
welcomed: full information, personally
or by mail. E. R. SHRADER. pres.. E.
K. ISAACS, vice-prcs., I, N. INSKEEP,
sec. 2-20-7
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IX
corporatedi. 22" S. Spring St.. is the oldest
and largest commercial school In South
ern California; the; most beautiful col
lege rooms and equipment to be found
in the state; elevator for pupils' use; a
large faculty of experienced and able in
structors: open the entire year: both day
and evening sessions: a practical Eng
lish course, a thorough business course
and a course in shorthand and typewrit
ing under an experienced stenographer.
Write- or call for Illustrated catalogue
and full information. G. A. HOUGH,
president; N, G. FELKER, vice-presi
dent.
MRS. ADELINE DUVAL MACK'S
School of Elocution and Dramatic Art,
515 S. Pearl st.. formerly of Washington,
D C' special terms to schools; thorough
vocal training: private lessons or classes:
also dramatic training for theatricalpro
fession. 4-5-97
FROEBEL INSTITUTE (CASA DE
Rosasi treining school for kindergarten:
also school for boys and girls of all
grades: opens September -3d. Apply to
MADAME LOUIS CLAVERIE. 6-fly
EOYNTON NORMAL FOR TEACHERS
enlv. b"glns September 10th: teachers
aided In getting positions; teacher-, gov
ernesses anel tutors supplied. Room 52",
Stlmson block. C-JJtf
LOS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL
for klndergartners. Fail term September
ISth. MRS. N. D. MAYIIEW, 07! i W.
Twenty-third st. 6-Stf
SPANISH TAUGHT BY PROFS. SIMMS
<t- Sen. 25 cents per lesson. C 22 N. Main
st. ■>_
ETON SCHOOL FOR BOYS. NO. 1-15 W.
Pico St. HORACE A. BROWN, LL. B.
HARP BTUDIO. MRS. J. M. JONES. 1003
W. Seventh st. 6-6
MESTISTS
PA. DENTAL CO., A. .7. STEVENS. MAS
ager. makes a specialty of crown aue!
bridge work ar.d painless extracting. A
good set of teeth J?. 220 S. Spring. Tele
phone 11«0. tt
ADAMS BROS.—DENTAL PARLORS,
•roig S. Sprins: st.; painless extracting and
filling: plate $6, $8, $10; all work, guaran
teed established 10 years; hours, s-5; Sun
days. !$-!!.
FRANK STEVENS, 824V4 S. SPRING ST.,
•pen days snd evenings; also Sundays;
electric light.
DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST. W\' 2 S.
Spring street, rooms 2, 6 and 7; painless
extraction.
rrwr i. '!
BttMSSMA KING
rAS HToKA B LE DRESSMAKER, BTYL
ith cutter and designer will accept en
gagements by day, we-k or month: no
• h.l»eits» t» tha eauatry. Tailor-made
•nrt wadding • utflts a specialty. 132 S.
QllT» St. 6,
A TTOKNB YS-A T-LA W
BROUSSBAU * MONTGOMERY,"
Attornays-at-Law.
4W Bradbury blk., Angeles. tf
PAT'STM, COPYRI(rHT<, ETC.
KNIGHT BROS., PATENT SOLICITORS;
free book on patents. 424 Byrne bldg.
•J-22-0
MEDIUMS
PROFESSOR B. W. ARLING—
-THE CELEBRATED CLAIRVOYANT—
Is In the city, at 41$ W. Seventh it.
ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE TO BENE
FIT YOU.
The Prof, challenges the world te prove
I his equal. Ha reads the future without
, mistake, gives valuable advice en all
affairs of life. He overcomes your ene
] mles. removes evil Influences, heals fam
ily troubles, restores lest affections, caus
es happy marriages with the ens ye«
love: correct information en law suits,
divorces, marrlagea. business speculation,
names of frlenda and enemlea; alao the
ens you will marry. Hie success in the
past provea hla superior ability te help
ynu now: being successful in all oaees
where ©there have often failed. Thous
ands of people have been naaee happy W
his aid and advice. The prefessor is
not required t* return t* such metheae
as charms and such traah. and eeee net
wish to be classed with card-readers, etc.,
but a life-reader from the laws of science,
which Is olalrvoyaney. Those whe have
been deceived by pretenders must net
give up in despair, but consult the pro
fessor at once: yon will find him reason
able In prices, arid all business private
and eon.idential. Letters with stamp
answi red. Office 413 W. Seventh St.. be
tween Hill and Olive sts. Hours from s
a. m. to 9 p. m.; Sunday. 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Xo clairvoyant sign, only name of PB I >-
FESSOR B. W. ARLING on wlnrtcw. o-ll
PROF. FRED BELL. ELECTRO-MEN
tal healer and tencher of occultism. Phre
nological and astrological charts written.
Tupils taken In phrenology and palm
ist ry and prepared for public work.
Mcdiumshlp developed on the true plane.
Office rooms 30, 31 and 32 Tlrtle block,
corner 4th and Broadway. Hours 9 to
12. 1:30 to 5, evenings by appointment.
Consultation free. 9
MRS. WALKER. CLAIRVOYANT AND
card medium, is meeting with wonderful
success, She Invites the most skeptical te
p-ove her power. All business affairs of
life looked into, for the advancement
of your future. Will organize a develop
ing class an.l gives readings dally from
9a. m. to Sp. m, 410 1 -; Spring st. $-17
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, THR INDB
pendent slate Writer and medium, gives
sittings daily at 823 S. Los Angeles st..
and holds circle? on Thursday evening,
at <p. m.. of each week. Admission
and will take a few pupils for piano les
aons. 8-1$
MUM, PARK I'M!. PALMIST. CLAIRVOT
ant and medium: life reading .business
removals, law stilts, mineral locations,
love affairs, etc. Take Third st. electric
cir to Vermont aye. and Vine St. Sec
ond house on Vine st. west of Vermont
aye. C-Jf
LEONORA D'ESTE—A MEDIUM FOR
truth and justice; the greatest card read
er ol :lie age, and tells your future: charg
es reasonable. Parlors 17 and 1$ San Jul
ian, cor. Fifth and San Julian. 5-21
R B, G, FRAIM. PHYSICAL MEDIUM;
manifestations In the listht: circles. Tues
:>• and Thursday ovenlnga:! private
Sittings given daily. 717 .Merchant St..
between Seventh and Eighth sts. 5-15
MMF.. GRACE, CELEBRATED CARD
reader; tells past, present ami future.
Ladles, 23 cents: gentlemen. 50 cents.
Parlors 2t ami 25, 525 Maple aye. 5-8
IF TOD ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT
to know your future consult ZIXGARA,
the gypsy, at 217 S. Hillst. Office hours It
a. m. to 5 p. m. 6-1
7,1 ME. STANLEY, CELEBRATED CARD
reader: reads your entire past and fu
ture: ladies or gentlemen, oDe, Parlor 8,
481 3. Hill. 5-1S
j MR3. BARRETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOT
ant card reader. Come and hear the
truth. Downey blk., room 17. Price. 59
cents. 5-;j
MRS. BARNETT—SITTINGS DAILY:
circles Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
433 S. Main St.. opp. postofflce. 11
MRS. MANDENA, CLAIRVOYANT,
card reader, palmist and astrologist. 213
S. Spring st., rooms 7-10. 5-25
AGNES H. PLEASANCE, TRANCE MED
ium. is permanently located at 034 S.
Broadway. 10-tt
BUSINESS PERSONALS
PERSONAL—JUST LIKE FINDING
money. That's what people say who have
tried a small ad. in The Herald. They
don't cos; much, but the results are sim
ply marvelous. In this popular depart
ment The Herald has made a gain of
more than MO per cent in the past few
months. Big circulation counts. The
Herald has it. If you want to talk to
half the people in Los Angelev. and other
parts of Southern California, try a small
ad. In addition to the Immense and
rapidly increasing circulation of The
Herald, its sales by newsboys, on trains,
at hotels and summer resorts, make it
the advertising medium of tho Pacific
const.
Look ovr these small advertisements
today. They will interest you and may
make you some money.
Tomorrow try one. The results will lie
both lurprtslng and satisfying. c-3tf
PERSONAL—RALPHS BROS.-GOLD
Bar Hour. 51: city Hour. 90c: granulated
sugar, 18 lbs., Si; brown sugar, IS lbs., $1
i 9 lbs. rolled v.lv at or oats, 25c: sardines.
5 boxes, 25: tomatoes, 4 cans, 25c; 7 bars
Gorman family soap. 23c: 5 gallons oil,
80o; gasoline. 80c; 3 packages morning
meal, 25c; lard, 10-lb. can. 65c; 12 lbs.
beans. 25c; 0 lbs. rice, 25c. 600 Spring St.,
cor. Sixth. 5-20
MISFIT AND UNCALLED-FOR GAR
ments at less than half your tailor's
prices at the Mistit Clothing Parlors, 121
W. First St., Wilson block. 4-14tt
PERSONAL— B. MORRIS PAYS THE
highest price for gents' second-hand
clothing: send postal; will call. 111.. Com
mercial st. 6-18
PERSONAL
PERSONAL—NEW PROCESS—IRREGU
-1 larltles, from whatever cause, cured with
i out medicine, instruments or pain: sure
cure; $1 treatment; home. 519 Grand aye.
6-3-0
WHY PAY' A MERCHANT TAILOR $35
I for a suit when you can get tho same
thing for $12 at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors, 124 W. First r.t., Wilson block 4-1 ltf
PERSONAL -- GENTLEMEN'S FINE
fancy underwear made to order by a com
petent lady. 517 S. Broadway, room 40,
Second iloor. 5-6
PANTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER
for and $S we sell for $3 at the Misfit
clothing Parlors. 121 W. First St., Wil
son block. 4-14tf
PERSONAL—A REFINED WOMAN
from the East, wishes to meet a gentle
man for companionship In sight-seeing.
Address R, Box 40, Herald. 6
MACHINE MANUFACTORY
YON SBRKBY MANUFACTURING CO..
234-238 E. Second St., manufacturers of
special machinery, dies and models; only
accurate work; guaranteed.
SPECIALISTS
DR.'rT G. COLLINS. OPTHALMIC"op
tician, with the Los Angeles Optical ln
stltute; eye» examined free. 125 s. Spring
j st.
RESTAURANTS
TRY A MEAL AT THE GRAND PACIFIC
Kcstaurant. 314 S. Main st. Our motto
pure a»4 good food, quick service. 5-11
A3SAYIM ANB OHBMtST
THE 81-METALLIC "ASSAY OFFICE
and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main st.
' R. A. PEREZ, B. M„ Manager. 6-10
fofT RENT-»l«.50-« rooms, batil
barn, 952 Towne aye., $15; 5 rooma. bath.
•49 Gladys aye., from May IStht; S2O, new
house, 8 rooms, barn 35x14. 779 Kohler st.;
$25. 7 rooms. 119 W. Twenty-fifth st.: $25.
9 rooms. 1921 Park Grove aye. T. WIEB
ENDANQER, 227 W. Second St. 9
FOR RENT—NEW COTTAGE, « ROOMS,
» hard finished: located 71» Merchant st„
t off Seventh: one-fourth block from Cen
-1 trnl aye., west: one-half of cottage for
rent: $8 per month; no children. G. M.
• HALL. 7
1 FOR RENT—BT T. WEISBNDANGER.
227 W. Second St..
$15.50—925. also 932 Townc aye.; 6 rooms,
• bath, barn 20x12; new house.
' $20—779 Kohler St.; 0 rooms, bath, barn,
j new. 5
', FOR RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE
■ In town for mattings, linoleums and wln
. dow shades: carpets cleaned and laid.
' THE MATTING MART, 604 S. Broadway.
7-10
FOR RENT—FOP R ROOM HOUSE,
hard finish, screen porch; $8. Including
. water. LANG-BIRELEY CO., 209 S.
Broadway. 5-51 f
i FOB PENT—NEWLY PAINTED AND
papered 5-room cottage; variety of fruit;
I 13ft W. Thirty-fifth st. Apply 129 S. Flow
er st. U
I FOR RENT—HOUSE 5 ROOMS AND
• I bath, in excellent condition. 842 S. Grand
aye. T
■ FOR RENT- A BEAUTIFUL 6 ROOM
j house, close In. all modern: very low
| rent. Apply at 831 S. Flower. 11
FOR RENT—Nice4-ROOM FLAT. DOWN
' 1 stairs: $11 per month. 633 Townc aye..
Wolfskill tract. tf
• ' FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. 1235
Victoria St. ALLISON BARLOW. 123 R
Breadway. tf
' FOR RENT-CLOSE IN S ROOM TENU
ment. 214 E. Third St.. and 214 Boyd St. 8
FOR RENT-SMALL HOUSE, WATER J
free, $7. 7*5 Central aye. 7
FOR RENT— MOUSE OF 7 ROOMS AND
bath. Apply 707 W. Sixth St. I
FOR RENT—COMPLETELY PURNISH
ed nice bouse of eight rooms. Csl! *r
address 1517 S. Flower St. J-M ,
' FOR RENT—FLOOR. 4 ROOMS. OOM-
I Dletely furnished for housekeeping. Also
I 3 bed'reoms. $f. $«. $8. very desirable. 4*9
( Seventh St.. near Hill. •
FOR RENT-TWO NICELY FURNISH
ed sunny front rooms, bath. gas. light
housekeeping, central, pleasant loeatian.
1«3 North Olive. •
FOR RENT—F''RNISII ED TO? MS. 3lN
gle or en suite. Beds from 21. cents tip.
RU99 HOUSE, ccr. Los Angeles and
First sts.
FOR RENT—TWO DESIRABLE FN FUR
pished rooms, with housekeeping prlvl- |
leges, In cottage; also barn. 1014 Los An- |
geles st. '
I FOR RENT-ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
i rooms, transient. ••U-r.p In; also sin*!*
rooms. THE WAVERLT, 127 E. Third ;
j st. 4-2o
FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA. 221 E.
Second sr.: furnished rooms: $1.25 per
week up; lodging 25c, 35e and 3iV per
night. 10-1 tf
FOR RENT—NEW AND HANDSOMELY |
furnished rooms, en suite or single. GOlt-
DON BLOCK, 206'j S. Broadway. IS
FOR RENT—NICE FURNISHED ROOMS
with housekeeping privileges, at 433 E.
Third St. 11
FOR RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED
rooms. Charnoek block, cor. Main and
Fifth sts. 6
V P nr,NT-TrTR\-T=tHFD ROOMS EN
suite or single. "The Western," 327 S.
Main. H
FOR RENT—THE PARKER. NICELY
furnished rooms; reasonable rates. 424
W. Fourth st. $
FOR RENT—PLEASANT FURNISHHD
raeras, from $8 to $10 per month. 412 y.
Seeead St. 7
TOR BBNT-HOUSEKEEPINCr FUR
nlshed reems; $1.50 to $2. NITTINGER'S,
461 S. Hope. tf
FOR RENT—NICELY" FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping, 626 S. Broad
way. 2-25tf
FOR RENT—2 CHOICE. SUNNY ROOMS,
furnished, in private family. 215 N. Grand
aye. 7
FOR RENT STORES
FOR RENT— PART OF STORE. WITH
line show window, on roadway; excel
lent location for jeweler. Inquire at s'i6
S. Broadway. tf
c>R RENT—STORE WITH TWO Liv
ing rooms in back. 2001 East Seventh st. 8
ROOM A\D BOAPl)
TO LET—FURNISHED BAY' WINDOW
room and board. 201S Figueroa st., cor.
21st; references. tf
j FOR REN J--MISCELLANEOUS
'TO LET—PACIFIC GARDEN REBTAU
rant. on Ocean avenue, Santa Monica.
Only thorough man need apply. 9
FOR RENT-LODGE ROOM AT TURNER
hall; every tlrst and third Friday of each
month. Incjuire of Janitor. 14tf
FOR BXCHA NOB—EE A L ESTATE
FOR EXCHANGE—RANCHES.
$]fi.niVl —jn acres highly Improved, all set
In bearing fruit trees: good house, barn,
windmill and tank; located 14 miles from
the city, in a fine locality near railroad,
schools, churches, etc.: will pay cash dif
ference for good city property.
$5500—A No. 1 lemon anel orange grove;
good buildings; water right; located \ 2
mile from the town of Covina.
$7500—61 acres of alfalfa land. located 3
miles south of the city.
$21,000—85 jyrcs loea'ed at Rivera: 30
acres in bearing softshell walnuts, bal
ance in oranges and alfalfa: fine house
of 9 rooms; good water right: this is a
very choice ranch: will exchange for city
property and pay dlffeTcnoe.
$4x.ooO—Highly improved ranch of 313
acres located in San Diego county: flno
residence and outbuildings: farm Imple
ments: everything pertaining to cultiva
tion of a first class ranch: will exchange
for good eastern city property, and will
pay cash difference.
GOWEN, EBERLE & CO..
6 143 S. Broadway.
FOR EXCHANGE—FIXE ORANGE AND
lemon ranch of 5 or 9 acres, located at.
DuartiS, in full bearing: good water
right; price very low: will exchange for
city properly or rood clocks, as owner
is unable to atlend to the ranch. Apply
at ence te GOWEN, EBERLE & CO.,
143 S. Broadway. 6
FOR EXCHANGE—EXCLUSIVE AGEN
cy for eastern manufacturer. Will take
city or country property for part pay
ment. Address S. E. , Herald office. Otf
FOR EXCHANGE—LARGE LOT FOR
carpenter's work. WM. GORDON, Tem
ple St. power house. 5-3-95
FOE BXCHA NEB-MIBCBLLA NEOUS
FOR SALE-LOT OF FURNITURE. COM
prlsing lounge, bed room set. 2 stoves,
etc.; also 169 chickens. Incubator and
breeder, old wagon, 2068 feet i-lnch
boards, etc. Seventh st., near Hill. 6
FOR EXCHANrj-E—FIN«! NEW Up
right plana, for horse, harness and busi
ness buggy: raust he At turnout. Ad
dress 8., box 86. Herald efflee. tf
FOR EXCHANGE—SLIGHTLY USED
upright grand piano for horse board. Ad
dress c, box 78, Herald offlce. tf ■
—i———a—aw i as '-:-:;inii_j —aasaaasMsi »-*
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
FOR SALE-SOME GOOD BARGAINS IN
second-hand organs; good makes. KOH
LERJfc CHASE, 238 3. Spring st. tf
PIANOS
KNABE AND V'OSE It SONS PIANOS AT
BIRKEL'S, Parlors IS and 19, Plrtle blk.
tf
Ho: s:s and Lots
' FOR SALE—ON INSTALLMENT PLAN.
$900—House of 5 rooms, lawn, etc.; lo
cated southwest, near Washington St., 1
block from electric car line.
$1450—House of 7 rooms and bath, lo
cated on Wolfskill aye., between Fifth
and Sixth. „ . ,
$$000— Modern cottage of 5 rooms, lo
cated west of Tcarl it,, near Sixteenth
st. car line: street graded, cement walks,
lot nicely fenced, etc.
$1306—House of 5 rooms, street graded,
cement wnlks. W. Tenth st.
11706—House of 7 rooms, street graded,
cement walks, located on Thirty-first st..
near Grand.
$18(10—5 room house, located on Vernon,
near Pico; street graded, cement walks.
* $»100-Modern cottage of 6 rooms and
bath, located on W. Eleventh st., near
Burlington. . „
$3600— Beautiful house of 9 rooms and
hath lot 50x15(i: street graded and sewer
ed; cement walks. W. Eleventh St., near
Georgin Bell; $1000 cash, balance to suit.
$2W)O-Modern cottage of 5 rooms; street
r rraded; electric cars pass by the door;
orated on W. Twenty-third st.; $800 cash,
balance to suit.
$IXOO--Modern cottage of 5 rooms, ce
ment wnlks. street graded; located on
Twenty-eighth St., near Main: easy
terms. . . , . ,
12100—House 7 rooms nnd bath located
on W. Sixteenth s!.. near Hill; Vi cash,
balance to suit.
$1600—1 acre well Improved; house of I
rooms, located on Central aye.; car pass
es the door; >3 cash, balance to suit.
$3200— Fine modern cottage of 0 rooms
and bath, large lot: cement walks; street
graded; fine location on \\ . Ktghteentli
COWEN, EBERLE & CO..
rj 143 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—
THE SOFTEST SNAP
in town
Is for sale by
CULVER.
A nte* new 5-room cottage, with every
I modern convenience yet 1 bought of by
the new woman, nnd within 10 minutes
I walk of Second nnd Spring streets, for
$125-$125-$123.
Cash Down.
—And Balance at—
$19—Ji9—$19
per month Including interest.
Better than paving rent, yet no more
than rent each month. Get a wiggle on
you tf you want this; it's going to tho
| first woman who gets her eye on It. for
It's the prettiest and most convenient
I little home In this village.
-CULVBR
-212 South Broadway.
~~ «_
FOR SALE-
BARGAINS
$2086—Lot 54x150 W. side Flower st.
$Sno»—Fine corner for residence or fiats.
$l»aa-l. o t on N. side Seventh St., Bonnie
Brae. „
\ $1764— 186x156 S. side Thirtieth, bet. Grand
aye. and Figueron.
$.250—Very close in, 0:1x163,12-room house.
$1506—8-room house, lot 50x150, estate must
sell very cheap.
$756—Let en W. Thirty-first st., worth
$I*ol.
$756—Cer. Thirtieth and Maple aye.
81800—Let in Bonnie Brae tract.
$550—Lot on Wall St.. sure bargain.
$200 per foot—Lot on Main st.
Severnl exchanges on hand, California
for eastern or northern.
Want to buy new house. 0 rooms, close In.
$2000 to $2300, $100 cash. $40 per month.
! Money to loan. If you want to place mon
ey come and see me.
W. If, GRIFFIN.
it 136 S. Broadway.
i FOR SALE—GRIDER A- DOW'S
ADAMS ST. TRACT.
I THE TRACT OF HOMES.
' 84 choice residence lots unsold are now
offered at $500 lo $1000 on easy payments:
j 80" lots have been sold and over 250 homes
built In the past 15 months; a school
building that cost ever $17,060 and a fine
ehurrh are located In this tract; five
«ll«a ef streets graded, curbed and slde
i walked and lined with 2006 lovely shade
as* palm trees: city water: electric
i lights; modern street cars with 10-tnlnute
! service: only n minuies' time from busi
ness center: four M-foot streets and one
I*6 foet street: lots 40x139 to alley; high
and sightly locaiion; rich loam soil, no
■ •id. Don't buy for a home nor for an
Investment until you see the "Adams-st.
Tract." Free carriages from our office.
Telephone 1290. For maps, prices and
views of this tract call on or write to
GRIDER & DOW,
11 139 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—
CLANTON TRACT.
$550— Choice residence lots In this beau
| tlful tract at $660, with a small cash pay-
I meat, the balance on long time. Tho
streets are all graded, graveled with ce
ment walks and curbs. Located on Four
teenth St.. San Pedro and Clanton sts.:
only a few minutes walk to the business
center; free carriages.
GRIDER & DOW.
11 139 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—
OR A NG ED ALE.
Fine 50-foot lots on Twenty-third St..
in half block of electric cars, covered
with hearing orange trees: streets grad
ed and graveled, cement walks and curbs,
at $475 to $si»l, on easy terms. See them
before you buy.*
GRIDER & DOW,
11 139 s. Broadway.
FOR - SALE- ' 1
GRAND BARGAINS.
$300—Larcre 50-foot lot on Twenty-ninth
St., in one block of the electric cars, at
$800—125 cash and ihe balance at $10 per
month: strict graded and graveled; cem
ent walks and curbs, and sprinkled. Car
riages from our office.
GRIDER tt DOW,
11 139 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—SIISO—VFRY PRETTY. COZY
cottage home. 4 rooms, plastered, decorat
ed, bath, closets, beautiful large trees,
shrubs, flowers, hedge, lawn, northeast
cor. Kent and Ida st«.. 50x110; only 1
blocks from electric and cable cars: ready
to move in and a bargain. T. WIEBEN
DANGER. 227 W. Second St. 0_
~ - Richard altschul,
Real Estate. Loans and Commission,
Has removed to
4HS South Broadway.
Chamber of Commerce Building. 6-30
CVfv Lots
FOR SALE—
JUST THINK OF IT.
The Alexandre Weill tract offers choice
building lots on Eighth. Ninth nnd
Twelfth streets, near Central avenue car
line. 25x120 to alley, at JSOO, $525 and $830,
on small cash payment and monthly in
stallments of only $in. No Interest charg
ed on deferred payment*'. Only 100 lots
left of Ihe original 40J, and when they
have been disposed of such a chance lo
get a home within wnlking distance at
low prices and upon easy terms may
never offer again. Title absolutely per
fect. An unlimited certificate of title or
a policy of insurance of the Title in
surance and Trust Co. issued with every
agreement of sale. For maps, price list
and all particulars address
RICHARD ALTSCHUL,
• 7-e od tf 123'. s W. Second St.. Burdick blk.
. FOR SALE-FINE BUSINESS LOT 50 x
172 feet, cheap lor cash. Owner here for
a few days. 110 S. Broadway. S
Country Piopcrty
' FOR SALE—
. $20,000—25 acres located on Vernon aye.,
near Central aye.: all in bearing orange*
and deciduous fruit trees: tine water
right; good buildings; so situated that
i it could be subdivided Into small homes;
. will sell on very reasonable terms.
$20,806—Jl »-res local led on Compton
aye., near Vernon aye.; fin.* modern
house of 9 rooms, barn, eie; all In bearing
oranges and deciduous fruits; paying tlno
income; this Is one of the handsomest
homes in Southern California; will sell
on easy terms.
' These properties will bear the closest.
' Investigation and intending purchasers
will do well te see these placa before
purchasing elsewhere.
' GOWEN, EBERLE A CO.,
• 148 S. Broadway.
, 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 EXCHANGE OR SALE CHEAP—
? SO acres of good land in San Luis Obispo
county. Call or address 732 Merchant St.,
room 10, Los Angeles. 30
SALE-REAL
Business Property
FOR SALE—
BROADWAY LOT.
We have a oholoe piece of 'Property
on this tine street, centrally located,
now In tho heart of the business cen
ter. We are offering this property
at such a low price that will make the
lucky buyer a hamlaumo profit with
in a short time.
CLARK & BRYAN, 127 W. Third sr.
7tf
FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH,
MASS 10TT & SMITH, Pomona, Cal. 6-26tf
FINANCIAL
PACIFIC^LOAN" IN ANT
amount on ull kinds of collateral secur
ity, diamonds, jewelry and seal skins
also on pianos, furnlturo and household
goods In private lodging and boarding
houses and hotels, without removal. Par
tlul payments received. Money qutok;
business eoulldenlinl; private office for
ladies. W. K. DHO.ROOT, manager,
roms 2 and 1, 114 S. Spring st.
UNION LOAN CO-
St Imson Block.
Loans money on all kinds of collateral
security: watches, diamonds, seal skin*
ami furniture In lodging and boarding
houses and on pianos, without removal;
also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low
interest, money ut once; business confi
dential; prlvato office for ladles; room
111. CLARK K. SHAW. Manager, room*
111 and 112, first floor, Stlmson block, tt
THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAM
Society of San Francisco will make loans
on improved city and country property.
On loans of $5000 and under, cer
tillcutes of title from the Title
Insurance and Trust Co. will be ■
accepted, making the expense*
on such loans very small. Build
ing loans a specialty. Apply to
R. G. LUNT, Agent, 227 W.
Second. 6-lStf
NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE LEARNED
What we are! i
Who wo are!
And where wo are!
Have you discovered the cheapest place
In the city to get money on household
furniture, diamonds, livestock, ware
house receipts, stocks and bonds, all good
collaterals. 229 Byrno building. tf
L. B. COHN,
The Los Angeles pawnbroker, 148 N.
Main st., loans money on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, rlrcnrms, pianos, li
braries and all other collateral securities;
ulso sells unredeemed pledges for money
loaned and one month's interest added;
make no mistake. It Is the reliable. L.
B. COHN, tho Los Angeles pawnbroker.
il-10
MONEY TO LOAN—NOT BY THE BAR
rel or bushel, but any amount desired, on
real estate, furniture, watches, dia
monds, pianos, llvo stock, etc., long or
short time, interest reasonable; private
oillce: business confidential.
CHARLES C. LAMB, 220 S. Spring St.,
entrance room 7. 6-11
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS
on diamonds, watches. Jewelry, pianos,
safes, lodging houses, hotels and private
household furniture; low interest; money
quick; privato office for ladles. G. M.
JONES, rooms 14 and 15, 212% 8. Broad
way, adjoining city hall. 6-18
POINDEXTER & WADS WORTH, BROK
ers, 305 W. Second st., buy and sell
stocks, mortgages, bonds and any good
securities: If you wish to lend or bor
row or Invest in real estate call on us;
collections made and property managed
for non-residents. ZSit
MONEY TO LOAN—CITY OR COUNTRY
property, 6V4 to 8 net; personal notes or
security; mortgnges bought and sold. If
you tiave money to loan or wish to bor
row any amount call on JOHN L. PAV
KOVIC'H, 220 W. First St. tf
NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT
Co. loans money on all kinds of collateral
security; money quickly; business strict
ly confidential. Rooms 95 and 95, Bryson
block, fifth floor. JOHN MITCHELL
JONES, manager. 7-3-lyr
TO LOAN-MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT
at reasonable rales. WILLIAM F. BOS
BYBHBLL, 107 S. Broadway. 10-13tt
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS.
■ watches, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car
riages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and
collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 S.
Spring st. 8-21
TO LOAN-UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
small loans: no commission: light ex
pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST
CO., 223 S. Spring st.
R. A. NEWLYN. BROKER. 2SI BVRNE
bldg., deals In bonds, stocks, mortgages,
first and second, and all good securities, tf
TO LOAN-$lOOO TO $10,000 ON REAL Es
tate security. ALLISON BARLOW, 123
S. Broadway. 6-7tf
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED TO BORROW—I CAnTeND
your money out at good Interest, from 3
to 10 per cent a month. NEWLYN, 231
Byrne bldg. tf
EXCURSIONS
ONOE~A WEEK
ducted excursions to Chicago, St. Paul,
Minneapolis and all enstern points, leave
Los Angeles eyery Thursday via South
ern Pacific, Union Pacific "World's Pic
torial Line," and Chicago and Northwest
ern railway, crossing the Sierra Nevadas
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
petent conductors accompany each party.
Fastest time. Lowest rates. For tick
ets and berth reservations, apply to J. H.
PEARMAN, Manager, G. F. Herr, T. P.
A., 223 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, or to
any agent Southern Pacific compuny.
5 3-6
PITILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCT
ed excursions via the Rio Grande and
Rock Island route, leave Los Angeles ev
ery Tuesday, cross tha Sierra Nevadas
und pass tho entire Rio Grande scenery
by daylight. We have a tourist sleeper
running through to Minneapolis and St.
Paul in connection with every party. Our
Boston ear stops one day at Niagara
Falls. Office 138 S. Spring st.
BURLINGTON ROUTE—PERSONALLY
conducted excursions to the east every
Wednesday over the scenic line of the
world; upholstered tourist cars without
change. T. H. DUZAN, agent, 222 &
Spring St., Los Angeles. Cal.
rOR SALE—LIVE
| FOR MALE-A BAY HORSE, WEIGHT
about I'KR) pounds; gentle, not tricks, good
traveler: 8 years old; for sale cheap or
will exchange for groceries. 406 W. Twen
ty-eighih St. tf
FOB SALE—A FRESH JERSEY COW
and calf. Second house south of Pico St.,
on Vermont aye. 6-8
FOR SALE—FRESH FAMILY COW. IN
quire 1001 W. Twelfth sL 7
FOff SaT^—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR mMHEAP; 500 POUNDiTbRE
vier type; was used on The Herald until
Mergenthalnr typesetting machines were
nut in April 15. Address Business Man
ager, Tho Herald, Los Angeles, Cal.
DENTAL CABINET "THE
Howard." cost $70, for 150; good as new;
ulso one Wllkerson denial chair, improv
ed, in good order, for $100. 410 E. Twenty
third st.
FOR SALE—AI REFRIGERATOR WAG
on will make good spring wagon; Ai fan
cy breaking cart and harness, all made to
order; will sell cheap. 512 E. Second st. 9
FmS~SALE-ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK
elevator at a sacrifice. Inquire at The
Herald business office. \3-tt
FOR ~SALE-A TWO SEATED ONE
horse carriage. Apply 129 9. Flower st. 7
FOR SALE-OLD PAPERS IN QUANTl
ties to suit, at this office.
PHYSICIANS
DR?~d6raTKINO, GERMAN-ENGLISH
specialist; diseases of women; all ir
regularities restored; treatment confiden
tial; cure guaranteed. 416 S. Broadway
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