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The Herald.
Rates for Classified Advertising
Liners—s cents per line 'or each
insertion. Notice of Marriage, Birth
or Death—Free. Obituaries, Funeral
Notices and Special Announcements —
10 cents per line.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
IfIVJ CENTS A I.IKE
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HERALD'S
CRYPTOGRAM
HOW
WORKED
OUT
For six successive weeks (Sunday.
Monday and Tuesday each week) read
ers of The Herald will tir.d interspersed
through the classified columns some
cabalistic letters and inscriptions, in
form something ilke this;
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:(See plan at head of classified columns.):
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Letters will be given at each publication.
That is. the same six letters will be pub
lished Sunday. Monday and Tuesday.
Guessers should copy these letters and j
file them away.
The next Sunday, Monday and Tuesday |
another set of six will be presented. Keep I
a memorandum of these also;
And so forth
And so forth
And so forth
And so forth
To the end of the six weeks' period.
When the entire set of letters shall
have been assembled (thirty-six in ail)
see if you can construct a sentence out
of them.
It will not do much good to begin guess
ing until you have all the letters.
You may construct words out of the
letters as they come along, but they are
very likely not to be the right words,
and this will only serve to confuse you.
The puzzle can only be worked out in
a systematic way. If you get the key to
the system you will speedily have it all.
And when you And it the
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Will be a well-known proverb.
The one who sends the first perfect
solution to Tho Herald counting room
will be awarded a handsome and valuable
premium.
Publication of the mystic letters com
menced Sunday, October 3d.
HERALD SUB-AGENCIES—
ADVERTISEMENTS left at the fol
lowing agencies will receive prompt at
tention and will be printed as quickly |
and with the same care as if left at
the main office, 222 W. Third St.:
DOWNEY AYE. AXD EAST SIDE
L. P. COLLETTE. 611 Downey ay».
OLD WORLD DRUG STORE. 102S
Downey aye.
WM. H. HARMOX. 763 Pasadena aye.
CEXTRAL AYE. AND VERNON
H. L. SCHERB, Adams st. and Cen
tral aye.
CHICAGO PHARMACY, Central aye.
and Twelfth st.
J. V. AKEY, cor. Central and Vernon
ayes.
MAIN ST. AXD SOUTHWEST
E. T. PARKE, PHARMACY, 3129 S.
Main.
WESTLAKE GROCERY, cor. Alva
railo and Seventh stst.
H. L. PARK. DRUGGIST, cor. Thlrty
elirhth and Wesley aye.
T. W. BROWX. JR., DRUGGIST,
Junction of Hoover, Union and Twenty
fourth sts.
BOYLE HEIGHTS
H. C. WORLAXD, 2133 E. First, Sta
tion B.
T. P. WYLIE. 1977 E. First.
J. M. HARRIS, 1542 E. First.
TEMPLE ST. AXD XORTIIWEST
DR. H. KALLEWODA. DRUGGIST,
cor. Temple st. and Beaudry aye.
FRAXK D. OWEX, cor. Temple and
Belmont aye.
VIOLE & LOPIZICH, DRUGGISTS,
127 X, Main st.
SPECIALNOTICES
LIKE
TILTON, 647 S. SPRING, PAYS HIGH"
est cash price for Ladles', gents and chil
dren's new and second-hand clothing,
shoes, etc.: send postal.
THE DAILY JOURNAL. PUBLISHING
county official records, real estate trans
fers, mortpaftes, liens, buildiag news; one
dollar monthly. 205 New High st. tf
I POSITIVELY' REMOVE HLACK~
he.ods. wrinkles and superfluous hair;
also, reduce- your flesh. MRS. GOSS,
245% S. Spring St. 31
GO TO CREW, 205% W. FIFTH, FOR
cook, heating, gas and gasoline Ftove
repairing. 31
SPECIAL NOTICE—M. M. WALTERS
will open, Monday. November Ist., em
ployment and general agency office: 446
S. Main.
SPECIAL SALE -NO CHARGE FOR
borders with Sc and ~V 2 c wall paper.
WALTER, 218 W. Sixth st. 2-12-98
YOUR CARRIAGE REPAIRED IN
first-class condition nt 7C9 S. Olive St. 31
LOST AND FOUND
FIVE
LOST—STAR AND CRESCENT PIN. "L.
A. H. S. '95" on front. "A. G. C." on back.
Return to 605 E. Ninth. 31
LOST—LADY'S GOLD WATCH AND
fob chain. Reward for its return to M. E.
PETELER, 206 E. 14th St. H
CHURCHJIOTICES
five rrcvrs a 1.1x13
ST. PAUL S CHURCH, EPISOOPAL-
Olive s!.. between Fifth and Sixth, oppo
site Central I'ark; Rev. John Gray, rec
tor. All seats free. All strangers wel
come. Church In close proximity to all
the principal hotels. Services today: Ho
ly communion, s a. m.: Sunday school.
9:45 a. m.: morning prayer and sermon.
11 a. m.; subject. "The Open date." Full
choral evensong. 7:30 p. m. The Rev.
John Gray, the rector, will officiate and
preach at both these services. The music
at St. Paul's church is rendered by the
large vested choir of men and boys, the
only one in the city. 31
HARMONIAX, SPIRITUALISTS)' Asso
ciation—Services at Music hall. 231 S.
Spring st., at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. Frank
T. Ripley of Boston. Mass.. Inspirational
speaker and test medium, will conduct
each service. A very instructive and en
tertaining subject for the evening ser
vice will be. "Mediumship and How to
Develop it In Your Homes." At the close
of the address messages and tests from j
our spirit friends will he given. At the
close of the afternoon meeting there wilt
be an election of officers of the society
for the ensuing year. Piano solo. Miss
Baty; good music by the choir and audi
ence. Collection of 10 cents at the door. 31
SPIRITUAL PROGRESSIVE TRUTH
seekers hold service at IsVtk S. Spring
St.: Sunday school at 10 a. m; conference
at 11 a. m. Different speakers take part.
At 7 p. in. a lecture by George Cannon;
subject: "What the Ministering Angeles
Do for Us." Messages by different me-1
diums. Spirit paintings will also be |
shown. A violin solo by Genevieve Bach: 1
Prof. Kaeh, musical director. Admission
free. 31
SPIRITUAL PHILOSOPHY AND
Phenomena at Kramer's hall, 139 w.
Fifth street, bet. Main and Spring, ot 2:30
and 7:30 p. m. Lectures by Charles A.
Amlrus of Michigan. Test and mes
sages, Mrs. K. Z. Barnett: music. Mr. j
Barnett and daughter, Miss Zoe. After-!
noon, free collection; evening', 10c. codec-i
tion at door. All invited. SI
LADIES' INDEPENDENT AID.SOCIE
ty meeting at Caledonia hall, 119% 8. 1
Spring st.; address by Mrs. Longley;
piano solo by Mrs. Sunford Johnson;
singing by Mr. and Miss Humphrey. Mr.
Longley and Xeale; tests by Mr. Henley; 1
admisiou rfee. . 31 L
B'XAI B'RITIf—THE LAST CALL TO IS- '
rael; the Flying Roll; we arc-now living in j
the third and last watch of the eleventh
hour, wherein man will put on Immor- ,
tality. Enquire ED. MI'RRELL, Slltl W.
Jefferson st. 31
THE THBOSOPHICAL SOCIETY—LEG- j
tares at Blavatsky hall, .".2.", TV". Fifth st.. i .
at 11 a. m.. "The Law of Life." by H. A. , 1
Gibson: at 7:4.", p. m.. "Heroism of 11. B. |
Leader." Lotus Groups, for children. 3 i
oclock p. m. 31 j
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH, HOPE "
and Eleventh sis.; Rev. A. C. Smlther
will preach today at 11 a. m.: at 7:30 p. m. |
he will lecture on "The World's Debt to
Presbyterian Ism." 31
PLYM O U T H CONGREGATIONAL
Church. 21st St.. Dr. Joseph Wilds pastor;
Sunday morning subject: "How to Make
a Nice Muzzle:" evening: "A Key to the j
Study of Prophecies." 31 !
CHURCH OF THE UNITY. COR. THIRD
and Hill sts.; Sabbath school ot 9:90 a. m.;
Rev. J. H. Phillips will preach at 11 a. m.; j
subject, "The Real Man"; there will be
no evening service., 81
HOME OF TRI'TH—I3IS FIGUBROA ST.
Devotional services, ua. m.: Sunday
school. 12:30; Bible reading, 7:45; Miss
Harriet Rlx, speaker. All are welcome.'
3-10-17-24-31
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
South, on Grand aye., bet. Eighth and
Ninth sts. Rev. J. J. N\ Kenney. pastor.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Ex- |
celleni music. Come. sun-tf
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. FIG- 1
ueroa and Twentieth sts.: preaching to
day by the pastor. Rev. Burt Estes How
ard, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
FIRST UXIVERSAT.IST CHURCH. CAL- 1
edonia hall. 11!"-S. Spring St.; Rev. A. A.
Rice, pastor: Sunday school harvest con
cert 11 a. m.: no preaching. 31
THE XEW CHURCH—SWEDENBOR- < 1
gian—Broadway and Temple St., 11 a. m.
"The Soul of the Lord." 31
THEOSoI'HIi'AI, I! FA I 'IJI'AKTKRS '
220' i S. Main St. Students' class s p. M.i
subject: "The Growth of the SouL" 31 j
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 1
Y. M. C. A. hall: Rev. J. H. Stewart will
preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 31
CHURCH OF THE UNITED BRETH
ren. J. S. Pitman, pastor. Cor. Pico and
Hope sts. sun-tf i
IMF. NEW CHRISTIANITY CHURCH
(Swedenborgian), t;o East Tenth st.; 3p.
m, Rev. W. W. Welch, pastor. 31
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BIBLE CLASS
meets every Sunday at 11 oclock at 7730'/j
S. Broadway. oc 10-17-24-31
V. M. l\ A.-REV. C. S. MASON WILL
speak at the men's meeting ut 3 o'clock
this afternoon; 201) S. Broadway. 31 i
rilE HERALD CRYPTOGRAM—
I
(See plan at head of classified columns.)
12-2 1
SPECIAL NOTICES
FIVE CEXTS A I
A. C, QOLSH, AGENT PHOENIX AXD
United States Fire Insurance companies,
has just received in adit ion the agency
of the PRUSSIAN' NATIONAL FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF STET
TIN, GERMANY. He desires to inform j
the public, his. patrons and friends that
in the future, as in the past, he will give I
his personal attention to all lire risks In- ;
trusted to him. Holders of policies in the
above companies requiring renewals or
indorsements will please bring or send
them 1o his office, 147 S. Broadway, Los
Angeles. SI
THE FOLLOWING LIST OF HALF OR
phans have been received into the Boys '
and Girls' Aid Society since last publica- i
tlon:
John MeFarland, aged S years, received
July 19th.
Willie Chamlar, aged 4 years 9 months;
Emily Chamler, ased 0 years 3 months,
received August 10th.
Mamie Christian, aged 12 years 11
months, received August 13th.
11-4 H. A. WATSON, Superintendent.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP—
The firm of Hoffman & Sowle. heretofore 1
doing business in Los Angeles county, has |
been dissolved by mutual consent., and the
business will be continued at the same
place by J. H. Hoffman.
All persons owing the late firm will
make payment to J. H. HOFFMAN.
Dated October 29, 1897. 31
NOTICE —THE LOS ANC3ELE~S CITY '
Wate- Co. will strictly enforce the fol- !
lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling
arc between the hours c' 6 and S oclock
a. m. and (1 and S oclock p. m. For a vlo- '
latlon of the above regulations the water
will b? shut off and a fine of J2 will be
Charged before the water will be turned
on again. t j
THE FIRM OF FRANK C. YOUNG AND
A. F. Mackey, doing busineee under the
Mrm name of Mackey & Young, Is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. All
unsettled accounts will be adjusted by
J. L. MURPHY of the law firm of Mur
phy & Gotlschalk. I
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, J897
WANTED—MALE HELP
FIVE CRMS A MM'
HI'MMELL r.nos. & CO.
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS
California Hani; Hulkling,
500-302 \Y. Second street. In basement.
Telephone 505,
MKN'S DEPARTMENT
Orchard teamster. $20; ranch carpen
ter, $30 etc.; private place. $15etc.; plow
teamster, $1 etc; ranch hands, $2<> etc.;
milker. $3o etc.; carpenters, 13,60; buggy
washer, country. $30 etc.: ditcher. 1000 ft..
t% deep; boy. fruit ranch, $100 etc. year;
stableman, ranch, $20 e:r.: woodturner,
$2.."f0; married man. ranch, $80, house, etc.
MKN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Hotel cook, country, $50 etc.; second
cook. $-10 etc.: second cook, $80 etc.; sec
ond cook. Arizona, $r»U; third cook, $25;
pot washer, $20 etc; dishwasher, 920 i tc;
second baker, $10 week; 2 colored waiters.
$2."> etc. each: tlrst class barber, for re
sort hotel, etc.; hotel and restaurant
help, please call.
HOUSEHOLD DE PA UTMENT
French houseglrl, $26, etc.; 3 houses iris.
$2iJ: 2 woman cooks, country, $20, $36;
housegirl, country. $16; houseglrl, $18;
houseglrl, Covins, $2u; 4 housegiris. $15;
3 (Iris, $10; 2 nurse strip. $io.
LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT,
Two waitresses, country, $20; vegeta
ble cook, hotel, country, $30; colored cook.
$30; restaurant cook, $20; girl to assist
$15; girl scrub floors and clean windows;
restaurant waitresses, $5 etc., $t» etc.,
week.
WANTED — ENGINEER, PORTER,
floorwalker, operator, private place,
steward, bellboy, dry-goods salesman,
girl, candy dipper, cashier, housekeeper,
houseglrl s. waitresses, chambermaid,
tailors, laundress, nurse. EDWARD
NITTENGER, 220 S. Spring, room 233. 31
■ A-si:,i')iJ A YEAR TO RIO lIT PARTY,
selling $5 Quaker Bath Cabinets: perma
nent, easy job; no capital: everybody
! buys; Turkish and vaport baths at.home,
| producing health, strength and beauty.
Write quick. A. World Mfg. Co., (6) Cin
cinnati, O.
EVERY ONE INTERESTED IN THE
opium, morphine or whisky habits to
send for my book on these diseases, Free.
It. M. WOOLLEY, M. D., Atlanta, <!a.
31
THE EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT
of the Young Men's Christian associa
tion furnishes Qrst•class help of ail
kinds, 31
WANTED —A GOOD MAN AND TEAM .
and light wagon to go prospecting; I
have outfit complete and experience. Call
or address room 6, 816% S. Spring ut, 31
FUSO EMPLOYMENT AND HOUBE
cleaning Company. 50G S. Spring St.; Jap
anese, Chinese and other help furnished;
all kinds work done, by day or contract.
11-1
Premium in Cleveland
The Herald Bicycle
Cryptogram ofthe
Contest , 1897 n ° del
Either ladies' or gentlemen's wheel, as preferred. See conditions
and explanation of Cryptogram at the head of classified columns.
WANTED—GOOD MALE COOK. WHO
will also do general work: salary $25,
hoard and room. Apply Sunday. 533 S.
Main Si. 31
WANTED—OUR JUMBO HAS PROVEN
a wonderful success; still have some good
territory open. Write THE LEO CANDA
CO., Cincinnati. O. 31
WANTED — IMMEDIATELY, SEC RE- '
tary; one who Is wilting to go out of city
part of time; required to have $300. X.,
box 51. Herald. 31 '
W A NT ED —7 CARPENTERS. CO ENTRY,
$2.50 day; free fare, long .lob. HUMMEL
BROS. & CO., Second and Broadway. 31
WANTED JAPANESE COOK. FOR i
country place; small family; $25 per
month. Y. M. C, A.. 209 S. Broadway. 31
WANTED—EG AN'S RESTAURANT. 126
-128 E. Second St.. serves the best 10c. meal
In the city; try It and be convinced, tf
WANTED—INDUSTRIAL A GENTS FOR
this and other cities. Apply or address 1
room 9. 105 E. First st. tf
WANTED—FEMALE HELP
CENTS A LISiB ;
WANTED — COUNTRY AND CITY
agents and canvassers to handle and sell
Mrs. M.Van's Scotch Herb Pile Cure and
Scotch Thistle for all female diseases. 911
S. Main St. Apply to MRS. M. VAN. 11-10
WANTED — BY WHOLBsTLK~iIOUBE.
an energetic woman: one who is willing
to work. Call at room 2, 415' i, S. Spring
st. 31
WA NTE D~T HOHOl'lilll.Y EXPEltl
encexl hosiery and underwear saleslady:
also saleslady for corsets, muslin under
wear and lingerie. VILLE DE PARIS.
81
WANTED SITUATIONS—MALE
FIVE MXE
WANTED—SIT IT A TION ON PRIVATE
place; understand care of horses, cows,
poultry and grounds: references. Ad
dress box 52. Herald. SI
WANTED—SITUATION AS WORKING
manager ot a poultry ranch; thoroughly
understands every part of the business.
P.. box in. Herald. 31
WANTED—JAPANESE HOY WANTS A
situation In family or on farm; work of
tiny kind. N., box 49. Herald, 1
WANTED SITUATIONS—FEMALE
FIVE) CENTS A 1,1 NB
WANTED—A POSITION AS NURSE
girl or second girl by a reliable middle
aged woman. Address F., box 52, Her
ald. zi
WANTED- SITUATION AS CHAMHER
maid in hotel or lodging house. Address
2107 Jesse at, 1
WANTED—TO JJUY LIVE STOCK
A LINE
WANTED-CALVES AND FAT STOCK. '
FRED HUGHES, Durham market. 10,17
Temple st. Tel. green 73. 6-21 tf
WANTED—TO _RENT HOUSES
WANTED—I WANT FOR MYSELF AND
wife, no children, nice, neat, clean and
comfortably furnished house, between
Main and Grand aye, or near either. Call
Monday forenoon if you have a desirable
place; will pay $110 In advance for three
months for a place that suits me. Mc-
BAIN, 210 W. First st. 31
WANTED - TO RENT—6-ROOM HOUSE. .
with yard, near electric line; small 1
family; permanent tenant. 0., box 51,
Herald. 31
WANTED—TO BORROW
FIVE MWM nswrt*
WANTED—MONEY—
7 and S per cent income absolutely sure
and safe.
IS BETTER THAN
10 to 12 per cent on ordinary security.
The elements of safety and security In
buying certificates in paid-up Income
stock of the Protective Savings Mutual
Building and Loan Association ($lOO to
$10,000) are:
First mortgages secured by real estate
at a value of about 3 times the loan,
which are deposited with the trustee in
escrow, to secure paid-up stock.
And life Insurance of borrower. 2 to 1,
assigned as extra security for the loans.
Also lire insurance. Hfc to 1
(to protect the Improvements).
Can you find anything safer? Do banal
offer you as good security?
A limited number of shares of tills con
venient investment Is offered at par until
further notice. Call or write for circular.
THE PROTECTIVE SAVINGS MU
TUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO
CIATION. 406 s. Broadway. 24
WANTED—SSOO; $800; $1500: $2000, AND
17600, on good reai estate security. If you
have money Idle call on JOHN FLOUR
NOT, Real Estate and Financial Agent
WANTED —TO BORROW $3000 ON
Broadway, property worth $25,000, tit 7per
cent net. Address OWNER, -V, box 53,
Herald. 31
WANTED—REAL ESTATE
f^Y. 13 OEOTPS A
WANTED-TO PURCHASE Fill >M OWN
er a lot on Spring street between Brd and
6th. If owner, who is willing to sell at
present value, instead of what it will be
worth In live years, will semi name and
address they will lin.l by interview that
this is an opportunity to deal directly
with a man who has some money and
wants to buy. and not an agent. Address
CHAS, W. KRULL, P. o. Box 736. 2
WANTED—SEVERAL LARGE. WELL
developed gold ami copper mines. 1 have
applications from Aye different parties
in the east and in Europe for mines. List
your property with me: I can sell it.
31 M. MACDONALD. 325 Byrne Block.
WANTED— WILDE « STRONG. 22S W.
Fourth St., can sell your real estate for
you if you will give them a chance. If
your property is offered at a reasonable
price they will advertise it free of charge
for you.
WANTED—TO BUY A 4 OR 5 ROOM
hard-finished cottage, southwest or Pico
Heights, on monthly payments; no cash
down. Call or address 709 S. Olive st, 31
WANTED—LOS ANGELES PROPER
ties for country acres, orchards and some
cash. THE MCCARTHY CO. of San
Francisco.. Hollenbeck hotel. 31
WANTED — CITY AND SUBURBAN
properties; pay In cash and county lands.
Call or address THE MCCARTHY CO
802 S. Hill st. 35 . 31
WANTED - iMTV~xrTiuE-iIBAN
properties: pay in cash and county lands.
Call or address THE MCCARTHY CO
Hollenbeck Hotel, 31,"
WANTED—LOT WEST SIDE OF Illl_„.
Olive, Grand or Pearl, north of Tenth;
cash. Address 11., box 58, Herald. SI
WANTED—AGENTS
rESTS * LINES
WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN. YOUNG
and old, to work for us In their own
homes in spare time, day or evening; we
pay $1(1 to $15 per week; no canvassing;
any child can do the work. Send address
today. We send work at once. H, A
GRIPP, Dept. 253, Tyrone, Pa.
WANTED—AGENTS EVERYWHERE; 85
dally made easily; most liberal plan
known: goods In constant demand: write
today for full Information. ALUMINUM
NOVELTY CO., 385 Broadway, New
_2'l rk - 31
WANTED - LIVING PICTURE mZ
chine agents wanted; most profitable
automatic nickel-ln-slot machine ever
manufactured; just out: repays cost In
few Hays. STIRRUP MANUFACTUR.
_ ING OQ-. 72 Fulton at., New York. 13t-su
WANTED—BO FIRST CLASS SALES
men to sell our Combination Sink Strain
er and Plug in all towns on Pacific coast •
also, territory for sale. RUSSELL SINK
STRAIN KH CO., 1215 Market St., San
Francisco. U_4
WANTED AGENTS GET 50c ON EACH
dollar; no experience necessary; write
for agent's outfit. Address THE CATH
OLIC NEWS. 5 Barclay st., New York.
17-21-31-7
WANT E D-A G E NTS FOR CA PT. PA UL
Bordman's "copyrighted" Klondike
AND YUKON GUIDE OF ALASKA
can make $10 and $15 a day. Call at rooni
12, No. 680 8, Main st. 2
WANTED—TO_RENT ROOMS
A LIKE
WANTED—FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEP.
Ing, 2 or 8 rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, or a small house for man and wife
and 8-year-old girl. Please answer. s iv- I
Ing full particulars, F„ box ii, Herald.
__ 81
WANTED-MISCELIANEOUS
FIVE CENTURA J^INE
WANTED—A SUITABLE PLACE FOR A
photographio studio, or (hat would tit
up tor such, on either Spring or Broad
way, between First and Fifth. Address
T., box H, Herald. 31
WANTED—LATHE WORK AND SMALL
brasswork, cheap. Resilience and shop
at 00S E. Twenty-eiighth. 11. M. SALTER.
, '1
WANTED-WATCHES TO CLEAN AT
50c; mainsprings at 25c: warranted fori
year. M. O. DOLBON, 307 E. First st. 31
WAN TE D-A SMALL COTTAGE IN
good repair to move off. GEORGE H
STEWART. 401 Currier building. 31 '
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS^
LINE
THE "BRIGGS" PIANO STANDS PRE
emlnent and is for sale or rent at lis
Winston st., near main postofflce. A G
GARDNER. Pianos tuned to order. tf
FOR SALE—LEFT FOR SALE
Broadway by owner one Hallet & Comp
stre piano, cheap for cash. 21
_
FOR RENT—HOUSES
FIVE CENTS A LINE
FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED HOUSES
By EDWARD 1). SILENT & CO., 212
w. Second st.. under Hollenbeck hotel.
We make a specialty of the care of
property and the collection of rents. If
you have property for rent give us a
trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
|15 —5-room cottage, S. Hunker Hill aye.,
near first st.
$15 —6-room cottage, new; Wolfskin,
Hear Fourth.
$13—5-room first-class cottage: Oirard
street.
$11—Los Angeles St.; south of Twelfth;
half of double house; good condition.
$!.v-S. Banker 11 ill aye.. near First; 3
room cottage.
$15—6-room 2-story house; well, wind
mill, tank, etc; first class; Pasadena aye.
$15—9-room 2-story house: hot and cold
water: hath: splendid bargain: Ruth aye,
$12—5-room cottage: excellent ami most
healthful location in city: Michigan aye.
$13—5-room cottage on W. Eighteenth
St.. close in.
$12—5-room cottage; elevated location:
Michigan avenue.
$12—5-room house, new. never been oc
cupied, on Boyle Heights.
$13—5-room cottage; electricity: bath;
etc.: first class: on Court Circle.
$15—s. Broadway, near Seventh: 3-room
cottage; lawn, dowers, etc.
$12—5-room cottage on Maple aye.. near
Twenty-first st.: lawh, dowers, bath;
everything good.
$12—fi-room cottage, Griffith aye.; lawn,
flowers, fruit, etc.
$12—il-room cottage; W. Thirty-seventh,
good location.
$12—5-room new modern collage: Stan
ford aye.
$12—1 rooms, newly papered and paint
ed: lawn. Ilowers, etc.; Wall st.. near
Fifth.
116—Wolfskill, near Fourth; new cot
tage. 5 rooms; lawn, Ilowers.
$11—l-room cottage; newly papered and
painted: K. Twenty-first st.
$15 —New 5-room Cottage: never been oc
cupied: Hoover and Sixteenth.
$11—5-room flat, new; Ceres aye.
$11—l-room. newly papered coltage;
Hemlock aye.
$is—6-room cottage; first class condi
tion: newly papered: w. Sixteenth st.
$15—S-room 2-story house; newly pa
pered and painted; In line condition; E.
Twenty-eighth.
$111—Everything modern: hot and cold
water: bath: screen porch: newly pa
pered— 5-room upper flat: W. Pico si.;
on car line.
$20—(1-room house. W. Twenty-seventh
St.: first class and newly painted.
$33—7-room cottage (furnishedl: plnao.
range, hot and cold water, bath: lawn,
flowers, etc.; S. Main, near Fifteenth; on
car line.
$17—5-ropm cottage, entirely new and
modern: all conveniences; W. Eighth st.
118-5-room lower Hat: near Grand aye.,
on W. Eighth st.: bath.
118—T-room cottage, Georgia Bell, near i
Ninth: first class: lawn and Ilowers.
116—0-room cottage; S. Flower, near
Sixth st.: lawn and (lowers.
$17—5 rooms: M double cottage: bran 1 !
; new: modern and complete: Grand aye., >
near Eighth. |
$20—il-room cottaKe on N. Hill St.: new
and first class: lawn, flowers, etc. 1
$25—s-room 2-story house: flowers,
fruit trees, lawn; first class, on Uartlett
avp.
$2i.i—S-room house: never been occupied; '
Central aye. and Forty-second st.
$20—7-room bouse: W. Twenty-second. !
between Grand and Flgueroa; electric 1 i
bells, etc.
$13—5-room lower fiat; P. Flower st.: |
excellent neighborhood.
$IS-7-room 2-story house; on S. Grand
aye. . t
$11—6 rooms: lawn, flowers, etc.; bath;
N. Union aye.
$16—5-room cottage: W. Twenty-fourth
st.: all newly decorated.
$15—il-room cottage on E. Twenty-first
st.
$12—2 flats. ,8 rooms each: bath, front
yard: S. Flower, near Sixth.
$15—5-room cottage, new and modern;
flowers and shrubs.
114—5-room cottage; W.Twenty-second;
bulb: all kinds of fruits and flowers.
$15—5-room cottage: cellar; hot and cold
water; bath: lawn, flowers, etc.: Millard
aye.
$16—5-room lower flat: (Irst class: sta
tionary range: S. Olive, near Thirteenth.
$30—First class 7-room house: W. Twen- ■
ty-elghth st: beautiful location.
$45— S. Hill, near Fifth; 4-room lower
fiat: hot and cold water: gas: range, etc.
$65—n-room house: W. Twenty-ninth
St.: lawn, flowers, etc.: all complete.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSES—
By EDWARD D. SILENT & CO., 212 ;
W. SECOND ST., under Hollenbeck »
hotel.
We make a specialty of (he care of !
property and the collection of rents. 'If
you have property for rent, give us a-1
trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
125—Dwelling; 7 rooms; Cooper aye and
Garvansa St.; completely furnished.
$25— 5-room modern cottage: Newton st. I
$25—6-room cottage; W. Eighth St.. near
Westiake park.
$25—5-room modern cottage, on Denver
aye,: complete. |.
$25—6-room collage; W. Breed St.; mod- j
crn and complete.
$20—4 rooms: up or down stairs; W. J
Twenty-first st.: handsome location.
$23—11-room 2-story house; beautiful en
vironment and everything modern.
$25—5-room cottage: modern: flowers
and newly painted: W. Fifteenth near
Main.
$20—7-room house. Belmont aye., near
First: desirable location.
$33—Hoover st.: 5-room flat, downstairs;
splendid bargain.
$35—West Thirty-second St.: 11 rooms;
desirable location: never been rented be
fore,
$35—Newly decorated (1-room cottage;
N. Hope st,: piano.
$35—2-storled handsome house: electric
ity; flowers and lawn: also, piano, to
proper pnrtles; Constance st.
$30—w. Twenty-first; close in; 7-room!'
modern, complete. ;■
$30—6-room, handsome cottage; W. ;'
Twenty-second St.: everything complele! j
$30—8 rooms: lawn, flowers, trees: eve
rything new: on Girard st.
$30—s-room 2-storied house; first class- 1
W, Thirtieth st.
$65— 8-roomed house; w. Thir
tieth: finest part of city.
$55—0-room house: W.Thirty-second st.;
modern and complete.
I $So—lo-room elegant house; flowers,
lawn, trees, etc.; W. Twenty-third st.
$75—Flgueroa St.: n-room modern 2
story house; first class.
$75—0-room. modern house, on Sever
ance St.: everything complete.
$00-"-8-room modern house: first class; 1
W. Seventeenth st.
$40—7-room modern cottage; horse and
buggy: W. Jefferson near Vermont.
$60—10-roora new, modern house: every
thing complete and furnished; W Thlr
' tieth St.
$75—(1-room bouse: first class; beauti
ful location: Third, near Lucas.
FOR RENT —6 ACRES, WITH 4-ROOM
house, at Boyle Heights: only $12 a
month, water extra. F. A. HUTCHIN
SON, 330 S. Broadway. 1 ,
FOR RENT-WHOLE OR PART OF 6
room house, furnished or unfurnished;
1 block from car. 1152 Fedora st.; take
Pico Heights. 31 j
FOR RENT-NICE RESIDENCE, 8
rooms, stable, etc.: Flower st. near
Tenth; low rent. R. VERCH. room 80,
Temple block. 31-nov-2-4 ]
FOR RENT-GOOD 5-ROOM~COTTAOE,
549 Colyton st„ between Arcade and San- ,
ta Fe depots. Apply 761 E. Ninth st. 31
FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE AT
Sierra Madre: no invalids. Address W.
M. DIXON, Sierra Madre, Cal. 31-2-4
FOR RENT—3-ROOM FLAT, WITH LAT- I
est Improvements; rant reasonable; nio
I dhlldnen. 75414 Maple aye. U-l
FOR RENT-HOUSES
FIVE CENTS A LINE
: WE SELL THE EARTH:
BASSETT * SMITH.
-—And re-nt the houses thereon. Would
you like lo rent a beautiful home' In
one of the- best locations In the city, viz.,
near Westlake park, In the Knob Hill
trae'e'' Streets all graded, cement side
walks, lawn and Ilowers; house- 12 rooms,
halls, pantry, bath, closets, clear, fur
nace; modern throughout; barn, good
team, surrey ami phaeton, all complete,
for $15n per month; owner going to Eu
rope-,
We also have furnished lots and house;;
from 4 lo 20 rooms, from $15 up per month.
If you want to rent anything see C. O. G.,
at our otllce, room 2, Y. M. C. A. building.
31
WE SELL THE EARTH!
BASSETT & SMITH.
Not only sell, but rent
We have a long list of unfurnished
houses for rent; price from $7 up, located
In different parts of the city; also, store
rooms anil offices. See C. O. G. for par
ticulars, room 2, Y. M. C. A. building. 31
FOR RENT—
$40—Moelern, 12 rooms, 1022 S. Hill.
$15—6-room bouse. 425 Central aye.
! $15—7 rooms. 626 Gladys aye.
f8.26 each—2 5-room cottages.
THE GOWEN-ERERLE CO.,
31 147 S .Broadway.
FOR RENT—HOUSE 6 ROOMS AND
stable-: 10 minutes' walk from First and
Broadway; $10 with water; newly pa
pered. R. VERCH, room 80 Temple
block. 31-nov-2-4
FOR RENT—BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE
at Monrovia; It rooms, large grounds;
choice fruits: good society: nominal rent.
31 J. FLOURNOY, 145 Broadway.
FOR RENT — SEVERAL RANCHES,
near the city: term years. Apply room 123,
Henne building, city. 31
FOR RENT — COMPLETELY FUR
nished first class hotel In Pasadena, Ap
! ply room 123, Henne building, city. 31
FOR RENT—7-ROOM HOUSE, BARN
and windmill, acre'of ground. $12. Apply
; PIONEER TRUCK CO., 105 Mark, t Btdjl
!
THE HERALD CRYPTOGRAM—
, O
(Se-e plan at head of classified columns.)
12-2
FOR RENT—ROOMS
FIVE I.INE
FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH or WITH
out board, at the Chesterfield, 321 West
Third St. Table board. $3 week; meals,
t&C each. 31
THE ELLIOTT. 312 E. SECOND AND SAN
Pedro Sis., newly furnished rooms; $1
week: 25c night and up: sitting room. 1
FOR R EXT — LARGE~FItONT ROOM.
$8: 2 front rooms, housekeeping, all
sunny. $10. 813 s. Grund aye. 31
HOTEL PORTLAND, 44414 S. SPRING? 1
clean, desirable rooms for rent; close In;
rates away down. 11-9
FOR RENT—S6.6O; TWO ROOMS FOR
housekee-ping; bath, curtains and hall.
333 S. Flgueroa. 31
FOR RENT—2 UNFURNISHED ROOMii
for housekeeping, at 626 S. Hope. 31
FOR RENT—I 4 ROOMS. 320 Vi S. BROAD
way. 3i
FOR RENT-STORES
| FIVE
FOR RENT—A FINE STORE. APPLY
to R. B. YOUNG, Architect, 431 S. Broad
way. 31
! FOR RENT—STORES AND 5-ROOM
! cottage, cheap. McGARRY & INXES,
i 216 W. First. 31 I
c ■ — - —-.g-yj^ae
' FOR RENT—REAL ESTATE
FIVE CENTS A LINE
FOR RENT—S-ACRE RANCH. 1 MILE ]
from Gardena village, 10 miles south Los
Angeles; 5-room cottage l , furnished:
plenty water: fruit, flowers; alfalfa;
barn; chicken corral; milk house; desira
ble home: $150 year in advance. Inquire
MRS. KLING, 232 S. Hill. 31 1
FOR RENT OR EXCHANGE — COUN-I
try lands owned by The McCarthy Co. of
San Francisco. Address Hollenbeck Ho
tel. 31 I
FOR RENT OR EXCHANGE — COUN
try lands owned by The McCarthy Co.
of San Francslco. Address SO2 S. Hill st.
28-31 \ 1
FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS
CENTS A LINE }
FOR RENT
FINE CHANCE FOR A 1
MANUFACTURING CONCERN
The quarters now occupied by The ,
Herald Printing Establishment.
No. 221 EAST FOURTH ST.
Will be offered .'or rent or to lease for a
term of years about Nov. 1. 1897.
A large two-story building, well suited -
to manufacturing purposes, equipped 1
with steam plant In perfect running
order: apparatus for oil burning, etc.
Terms very reasonable. Apply at Her
ald business office. 222 W. Third st. 1
FOR SALE—LODGING HOUSES .
CE^JJ^A^J,, *E^ wv
FOR SALE— J
BUSINESS AND FURNITURE 1
30-rooni house.
20-room house.
60-room house. ]
35-rooni house.
43-room house.
37-room bouse.
Special bargains. I
M. L. SAMSON & CO.,
31 128 W. Fourth st.
FOR SALE— 1
For bargains in lodging houses, both
for sale and exchange, call on us, as we •
have a large list to select from and you 1
can find what you want.
FLOYD & WISMER, '
31 11714 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE-GOOD PAYING. WELL
furnished lodging house; always filled; ,
turning away people nightly: reason for ,
selling, owner cannot live at Randsburg.
C, box 51, Herald. 31
FOR SALE—LODGING HOUSE ON S.
Broadway; centrally located; nicely fur- .
nlshed; good size; running full. M. MC
DONALD, 325 Byrne, building. 31
FOR SALE —50-ROOM ELEGANT CEN
tral lodging house; 82100; clears over $100
a month. A. C. BUTLER, 132 S. Broad- ,
way. 31
FOR SALE—SI6OO—LODGING HOUSE OF .
40 rooms: house is full and paying. M.
McDONALD. 325 Byrne building. 31
PHYSICIANS
FFVl!^_Cß^lTg^A^J^^
DR. JOHN W. REESE. 456 S. BROAD
way. Telephone, 702 brown; residence,
1662 W. Eleventh st, U-10
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FIVE
A $.1,000,000.00 INVESTMENT—
I wish to rail your attention to a land
and water Investment —one that Is well
under way. and in which you can- realise
an enormous prollt, with a large annual
income. It is offered for sale for the
reason the owners are not able to com
plete -It. This proposition consists of a
government franchise for rigid of way
for an irrigating ditch of about 100 miles,
through a valley of rich, fertile soil, that
can be made very productive with water.
There Is ample water supply furnished
by four water heads. The main head and
ditch is located within four miles of a
town of 13.000 Inhabitants: about Smiles
of ditch Is completed and delivering water
to 6000 acres. Ily completing the ditch
farther out In the valley from 130,000 to
350,000 acres more can bo Irrigated, owing
lo amount of ditch built. Title to this
land can be had from government at $1.25
per acre, on 5 years' time. Men taking
up land under this ditch pay $15 per acre
for a perpetual water right, deeded to
their land, and In- addition they pay an
annual water rental of $1.25 per acre to
the ditch company. The ditch is as good
as a mortgage on all of the land It will
irrigate under It at $15 per acre, as gov
ernment will not issue patent to settler
for hist land until he can prove he has
reclaimed It. with an ample water sup
ply to irrigate the whole. This water
supply he can only obtain of the ditch,
company. This plant is owned by a close
Arizona corporation. When completed It
would afford a profit of over Ihree mil
lions, with an. annual Income of over
$400,000. It Is represented by 350.00(1 shares
of the par value of $1 each, full paid and
j forever non-assessable. These shores are
1 offered for sale nt the reduced price of
35 cents per share as a whole, or $122,500
cash. There Is no Indebtedness on this
plant. Every mile of ditch can be built
with plows and scraper?, as there is no
rock to' encounter. A Eos Angeles man
owning 57.000 shares In this corporation
would exchange them for $10,050 worth
of unincumbered improved California real
estate. For further particulars and inter
view with owner call nt room 27. Brysort
block, or at rooms in and 20, 336 S. Broad
way, third floor. 11-14
WE SELL THE EARTH—
BASSETT & SMITH
And the business openings thereon. Here
are a few little ones for a starter:
.Meat market on Broadway; good cash
business: must sell on account e>f .sick
lies-: business and fixtures, $250.
Fruits, cigars, small stock of groceries
ami canned goods, 3 pairs scales and store
fixtures complete; located bet. Spring st.
and- Broadway: can be bought for $350.
Good fruit stand on Spring st.; cost $160;
electric lights; must sell; price, $85.
Restaurant on Fourth St.: can accom
modate 80 to til persons; all new; good
business; price $250.
Earlier shop on Broadway: 2 chairs;
been in business here for 3 years; rent
$10 per month; price $175.
Good book and stationery store on
Spring St.: $7000 to $SOOO.
Also some good business openings in
Pomona.
Fur full particulars call at room 2. Y.
M. C. A. building. 31
FOR SALE—
BY W. I. HOLT.INGSWORTH & CO.,
33S S. Broadway.
$10,000 stock of boots and shoes with
store building and a bouse and lot in a
growing country town. Southern Calife-r
-nia; will exchange for Los Angeles prop
erty and assume.
$«OOA_4O acre, clear, highly Improved
ranch in orange ranch in Orange coun
ty, near sugar-beet factory, to exchange
for saloon or restaurant. Including prop
erty on which same is located.
$.1000-Feed mill with buildings, ma
chinery and other apparatus pertaining
to the business to exchange feir stock of
groceries, work horses or lanel.
W. I. HOLLINOSWORTH & CO.,
21 33« s. Broadway.
Cnl: SALE- .$22-. -COI'XTRY HOTEL
business, consisting of furniture, bar fix
tures and stock on band; rent only $45;
good steady bar trade: an excellent
chance to make money. THE GOWEN
EBERLE CO.. 147 S. Broadway. 31
FOR BALE—STOCK AND FIXTURES OF
a small, neat confectionery and bakery;
rent $S; satisfactory reasons for selling.
For particulars call at 809% W. Sixth st.
81
FOR SALE—SIOOO—DRUG BUSINESS: A
bargain for some good pharmacist; close
to business center; well-established trade.
Apply to J. O. WHITE, 337 Allso St. 31
FOR SALE- THE BEST PAYING MEAT
market In city: doing a large business;
good opportunity for right man: good
reason for selling. U., Box 53, Herald. 31
FOR SALE—CORNER GROCERY AND
lletuor store combined; selling out on ac
count of death: rent cheap and two years'
lease. Apply 626 Commercial St. 31
FOR SALE—3G BUSINESS CHANCES, 76
houses, stores, furnished rooms for rent.
Collections. E. NITTIXGER, Stowell
block, 226 S. Spring st. 11-27
FOR SALE—HOUSE AXD STORE Fix
tures; will sell cheap for cash, or will
trade for horse and buggy. Call today
or Monday at 1100 E. First st. 31
FOR SALE—DELICACY STORE: ONE
of the finest In town; bargain; $800.
I. D. BARNARD, 111 North Broadway. 81
FOR SALE —FINE BILLIARD HALL
and club rooms in a country town; $2000.
I. D. BARNARD. 11l North Broadway. 31
FOR SALE-FINEST CHOP HOUSE ON
Main st. at half lis real value; $275.
I. D. BARNARD, 111 North Broadway. 81
FOR SALE—A VALUABLE PATENT
with an extensive paying business; $6000.
I. D. BARNARD, 111 North Broadway. 31
FOR SALE—MEAT MARKET, SPRING
St.: old stand; not half Its value; $250.
I. D. BARNARD, 111 North Broadway. 11
FOR SALE —CHOICE DRESSMAKING
parlors; lirst-class trade; sacrifice: $125.
I. D. BARNARD, 111 North Broadway. 31
FOR RENT—A STORE AND BAKERY
on W. Seve nth st. Apply to R. B. YOUNO,
architect, 431 S. Broadway. 31
FOR SALE-JOB PRIXTIXG OFFICE;
half Initer-es'l, cheap. Address X., box 53,
Herald. 31
I SELL OUT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS.
I. D. BARNARD. 11l North Broadway, tf
FOR SALE—A GROCERY AXD A GOOD
business. Inquire at 1625 S. Mo In- sit. 31
PALMISTS
FIVE CENTS A LINE
READ FREE; LIFE READ
from cradle to the grave without a ques
tion or mistake; advice given on business,
money matters and all family affairs.
llllfe W. Third st. 11-18
"fruits ANDJ/EGETABLES
FIVE CENTS A I.INE
LUDWIG & MATTHEWS, WHOLESALE
and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT
MARKET, 135 S. Mnln st. Tel. 550. tf
MUSIC LESSONS
AJLINE
VIOLIN, MANDOLIN, CORNET, PIANO,
singing (Italian opera) taugjit by re
nowned teachers, MRS. and PROF. BOT
TA. STUDIO. 11914 S. Spring. Rooms 16-

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