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SPEc7aIJ|OTICES i
CE—THE LOS IANOELES CITY
tar Ob. will ttrtoly »tifora» ths fol-
Ing roles: The hiur* for sprinkling
between the noun of 8 and t oclock
a. and 6 and 8 oclrxk p. m. For a viri
on of the above regulations the water
I be shut oft and i fins of IS will be
razed before the niter will be turned
again. tf
. bxtaxe ion iaundry does
d work, does It oeon ana brings It
k prompti). Drop n postal and our
ran will call. Ww. Second at., l
f DAIIVIfjOI UNA* PUBLISHrNO
ply officii' irr.orda.real estate trans
i, mortgag*?. liens, binding news; one
jar monthly. SO6 Nov Highest. It
p WALL PAPER CEILING AND
th border ■'or lt-ft.jt om, 11. WAL
jR, 627 8. jpring. T'-\ :mj green.
XT JUMP AND OH II MATERS Tif£
red; work guar; »t*< V M S. Spring
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KB REPAIRED MI. t' fiOLES, $se;
lea' soles. »oc. 40. log, 5-12-98
FOR RENT- iOSES
RENT—WE TAX „;■: .BUTtE IN
Ling that we'sf ■ b . red to do a
eral rental i. A A. W.
Urht ia In obi it . oartment
I will be pleo 1 • list V lie bin radi
ces and sb Hi* *< it-known
r#ry Insures : 1 aiik llon to all
ilneas put in 11 udt. t.HJSfION a.
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. RENT—HOUH " OOr>li NEVVLT
>ered, and sta) ■■. hoik dk from
irt house; 110, wit ier. 1. VHROH,
m 80, Temple b 1 k 1 2-4-6
, RENT-HOUSU 9 ROOVh, GAs!
bis, nloe yard: MS S. Flowf at.; low
t to right party. R. VEMh, room
Temple block. I 2-4-8
FLAT-ll IRBT
sa: every modern convenient. 258 E.
th at.. Hughes block. I l
FOR RENT—ROOM^
RENT—PART OP FURNIHED
tage. 214 E. Eleventh at., nealUoln
tel. | 1
RENT - SEVERAL 3ICK
res. Apply 800 8. Los Angeles a 2
RENT — NICELY FURNISHED
mi. 588 8, Broadway. Mfl
I RENT—FURNISHED ROWS
iRBNT-AT THE BANCROFT, Aa. '
ikdway, furnlahed and unfurnlaVj
m*. with steam heat, baths, gas Id
of community kitchen. You get mV»
your money than any other plaeeh
J\ty. i-lf
RENT - FINE FURNIBHI*
ma, privilege of front parlor: on)
t class people desired. THE MAii
'NZIB, 827H 8. Spring, 1:9).
Trent-nice, clean rooms,~\
reek and up, and a} cents per nighi
f housekeeping rooms 51S B. Sprln
M. 1-1-98 \
SENT-COSJC 8-ROOM FLAT, FUR-l
id for housekeeping. 301 E. Sixth at. 21
OR RENT—PASTURAGE
I KILLER OF BAN FRANCISCO
[ hold ctherlallalng materinllzlng se
ts Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Frl
-1 8 p. m.; ladles, 50o; gents, 75c. Grand
Iflc Hotel; last two weeks. 7
ESTATE
SW TEAR BARGAIN—
ricst Improved ranoh in.this county,
r 1 Loa Angeles, of 100 or 150 acres, In-
Mng ot'ange, lemon, olive, alfalfa and
Sing lands: water under pressure;
so, barn, etc.; for rent, cheap for cash.
•.jCipal requirement, ranch must be
tim first class condition. Give refer
and stat. number and age of chll
i, in family, as no hired help la de-
I. Auilreaa N., box 42. Herald. 2
I
SCORES AND OFFICES
Went-vacant store at 1253 s
keroa. Inquire st Clark'a Wood and
I Yard, W» 8. Flgueroa. tf
i U Ff
led and unfurnished, at 223 N. Spring
% -
MEDIUMS
iVBD-MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM
•altnlat, life reading, business speeu
is. mineral locations, removals, law-
I travels, marriage, children, dls- I
lonS and capabilities; all affairs of
236V4 8. Spring St., room 4. Fees, 80a
*± tf
GRACE. CARD MEDIUM; THE
m of the 19th century; reveals the
present and future. 544 S. Los An
at, bet. Fifth and Sixth sta. 1-8-88
E. Z. DARNETT, BUSINESS AND
ng: sittings dally; circles Tuesday
Thursday evenings. 844 i. Hill. 1-28
IS dILMOREr CLAIRVOYANT
Reader. Ladles, 250.; gents, 50c
st., rooms 1 anr». 8.
.1. mT DUVAL, CLAIRVOYANT
m . 0 ?!„ ~ on(ier ' ul '? her Profession;
I' A "g«<e» at. 1-28
iS H PLEABANCB. TRANCE
t^ medium; sittings dally. SS6H 8.
BATHS *■
Ish batha (only one In city): all
s of baths, Sic to II; oil rubs* ma., j
and elaotrlcity. 210 c. Broadway.]. l
SO', T
Vituni and alcohol baths eleor
\dtclnal treatment for ail eh#
IMPROVED METHOI!
Vf baths and massage, mro
\ txm S. Brcadway. if '
CABINET BAT*'
WANTED—MALE HELP
rjivE
HUMMEL BROS, ft CO.,
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS.
California Bank Building.
800-102 W. Second at.. In basement
Telephone 608.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Wood chopper, $3 cord; dairyman, $25;
coachman, $25 etc.; married man, $40,
furnished house; boy, chore, $10 etc.;
camp blacksmith, $86 eta.; ranch black
smith, $86 etc.
MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Cook, $11 etc.: second cook. $40; veg
etable man, $8.50 etc.; cook, $50 etc.; wait
er, $8 etc.; restaurant cook, $40 etc; din
ing room roustabout, $6 etc.; cook, coun
try, $80 etc
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
Housekeeper, must be good cook, for
elderly retired gentleman In country, call
9 s> m. today, $28 month; cook, country,
$30; 9 houseglrls, $30; cook, $25; second
girl, $18; both country; houseglrls, Pat-
I ton, Pasadena, Alhambra, Long Beach,
Riverside, Fillmore, Banning, $20; house-
Slrl, $18; Banta Paula, $18; houseglrls,
ntario, Corona, $16; second girl, $15;
housekeeper, $12 to $15; middle-aged
housekeeper (Catholic), oountry, $12: 8
'houveglrls, $16: houseglrls, $10 to $12;
housekeeper, $1,60 week.
LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT
'Waitress, Santa Monica, $15; chamber
maid, do waiting, $20; arm waitress, Riv
erside, $6 week; waitresses, Ventura,
Riverside, Pi sdena, resort, $20; cook,
mining camp, ;25: cook, country hotel,
(? .; 2 check waitresses, $7; ranch cook,
820; vestmaker, experienced; chamber
maid, assist, $15.
Our offices will close at 10 a. m. today.
_ HUMMEL BROS, ft CO.
WANTED—A DISTRICT MANAGER AT
Los Angeles for one of the progressive
old line life Insurance companies. A man
of ability can secure a desirable 'con
tract. Address GENERAL MANAGER,
F., box 42, Herald. 4
- MASONS WHO
helped build ths one-story brick at couth
. east cornet of Fourth and Spring, in 1888,
' to cali at room 816 Wlloox block. 28-1-2
HOTEL AND HOUSEHOLD HELP. MRS.
I Scott, Miss McCarthy; employment; tel.
819. 107*4) 8. Broadway. 1-11
WANTED—FEMALE HELP
FITB
WANTED—POSITION BY YOUNG LA
dy as governess to young children or as
companion; traveling no objection; best
of recommendations; can speak and read
both English and German. Address X.,
box 48, Herald. 1
WANTED - EXPERIENCED YOUNG
cook for private family; wages, $26. Ap
ply 1217 W. Twenty-third 2
WANTED—AGENTS
WANTED—IN DOarTRIAL AGENTS FOR
this and other cities. Apply or address
room 9. 106 E. First st. tf
WANTED—SECOND BAKER 2604 B.
First st. 1
WANTED—TO_PURCHASE
„ .FIVBI_ CEIITI A ,
BARR REALTY COMPANY,
ROOM 230 WILCOX BUILDING.
WANTED TO PURCHASE
Lodging house, 25 to 45 rooms; must be
in kooo location and cheap; will pay cash.
Alos
I C-roqm residence at from $1200 to $1500;
1 small cash payment and balance monthly.
V Also
\ Hardware 'stock, $2000 to $2600; prefer
1 country town; will pay Cash,
\ The furniture and lease of a good room
tig house, well located and actually
Vorth from $1800 to $2500; for such a place
if can get you In exchange a neat 6-
Vom cottage In the southwest portion
I the city, valued at $2600 and rented at
jp l WANTED TO PURCHASE—
ye have a customer for business prop
eir worth from $16,000 to $30,000; will pay
ateai.t half cash and balance In well
reted residence property In the aouth
wit portion of the olty; property must
bebcated on either South Main, Spring
or Iroadway.
atjchandlse stock worth $3000; will
exchligt for same fine 10-acfe home at
Oran*, Cel., In bearing walnuts and
mlxel fruits: good buildings: water
stockl, no bonds; or will exchange for
two rlidences In olty ana assume $1000.
ItesldVico southwest, about $4000 or
$6000; pi- M.<h,and Wade 30 acre ranch,
lolpre 4. , Orat go County at $2000.
i IaJUI REALTY CO., '
I z \ 22-30 WilcoX building.
i>l ~". -
ijy"
$2500 to $$000; prefer
■lountry toSn.
BARR REALTY CO., 280 Wilcox b:.,g.,
; WANTtt-REAL ESTATE
WAN TED—I jUvje $1000 CASH TO PAY
for a little hoii» 0 f 4 or 5 rooms, on grad
ed sndsewerejlstr.-et. Owners only. Ad
. dress W. X>. \ , «» Hamona aye.; near
Bis.ers' ' "
WANTED-T0 BORROW 1
MONEY WANTBMttOO. $lflOo, $Hrv; Sl4oo<
short Mmc loajs, \ par p.,,1 ~'onth; P «I
feet security; $Jj*j tww. sggoo $3000 at ft
P"°-» sT? peTentTet '
POINpEXTER ,1 WAbSWORTH
V%, ft .. J.JK* block.
A—| ■) IT< X 2 Oft $ YeaRS AtTETgßosh
on A4it class Inyroved city pfoteri v
«2M^rn t buMCT'
wiTED-MijCELLANEOUS - 1
f l-HIGHBTT PRXCB-TpXrjD S
* Wold goods, cftrsats, etc. MAT
■4S4 8, Malf. 'Phone, green Hi
fcoAiFarftiiTATrßANTnit.
■ end st.. serves the best Ha, -
• city; try hand be conviMWg -£
■YOU ft HMCo< Y~LA AND '
■ to repair; atlsfactioh cuar-
LOS ANGELES HERALD i SATURDAY MORNING, JKMWARY f, f B 9B
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
FIVII, CBIWTS A _ MIBIB
CITY LOTS
BARR REALTY COMPANY.
ROOM 230 WILCOX BUILDING.
FOR SALE—HOUSES AND LOTS—
1700—A neat 4-room cottage, In good
condition, one-half block from Central
avs.electrlc car line, and can be bought
on small payments and easy terms.
, 11860—Near the above we have a 5-room
cottage, with bath, closets, pantry and
screen porch, well and windmill, with
fruit trees on the lot; buyer need only
pay $200 cash; balance v>n easy terms.
81800—A neat 8-room cottage, with large
, lot, near the corner of Adams and Main
sts.; this property has been held at 82600,
but owner saya In order to make a quick
sale, make the price 11800.
$1700 A cosy new 8-room cottage on W.
Twenty-second, near Grand aye.; if you
want either a cosy home or a cottage tor
Investment, it will certainly pay to look
this up.
$8260—t-room residence, with all mod
ern improvements; sewer connected and
property located In the attractive West
lake Park region; this property is well
worth $4000, consequently must be a gen
uine bargain when for sale at only $3250.
$2600—An attractive 5-room house,
thoroughly modern and complete, with
all conveniences, Including electric light
chandeliers; situated close to car line In
Southwest: If you have $500 in cash you
can buy this property and make your
own terms for the payr.ent of the bal
ance.
8800-A gocd (0 ft. lot In the Southwest,
One-half blook from Pico St.: street grad
ed, aldewalked and aewered, and worth
$1000. If you want to buy It at a bargain
we will sell It to you for $800. and make
you a present of a $20 gold piece besides.
$700—Near corner of Twelfth and Ver
non, In a good neighborhood, close to
car line; street graded, aldewalked and
aewered, and no bargain like It can be
found In the city. Come and let us show
you the lot, and you will certainly verify
our assertion.
tBOO-Nearly 80 foot frontage, close to
ths corner of Pico and Son Julian; street
graded, curbed and aldewalked.
$1200—A choice Jot with a magnificent
outlook on Ocean View, near Alvarado
St. Although the owner thinks this lot
Is worth $1600, he Is Very anxious to sell,
and might even throw in a $20 gold piece
to the buyer at $1200.
$1100—A first class 10-acre tract of land
near Tropleo, with a good water right,
and a still better bargain. Call on us for
particulars.
$4000—A lovely 10-acre home near Flg
ueroa st. and south city limits; 6 room
house, barn and outbuildings: 5 acres in
heavy bearing fruit and 6 acres In fine
alfalfa; fine well, mill, tank and tank
house. This Is a grand opportunity; on
account of death In family and debt the
place must go. Call and get a free ride
to see the property.
$8000—40 acres agricultural, alfalfa and
sugar beet ranch, 4 miles from beet sugar
factory and four miles from Anaheim;
good land; In heart of artesian belt; 3
room house and outbuildings: 5 acres ap
ricots, bearing; 1 team work-horses, 1
cultivator, 1 wagon, 1 harrow, harness,
and 8 months' feed for team.
If you want a bargain In a. ranch ready
to go to living on. and pay for it out of
the sugar beets, don't fail to look this up.
READY TO SUBDIVIDE
$2250—9 acres of good land within 15
minutes' drive from Weatlake Park:
water Is piped to the hlgheat corner, and
can be had tf desired: an electric line Is
projected directly In front of this prop
erty, and when completed the 9 acres
can be subdivided into about 40 lots and
sold at from $206 to $260 each. If you can
Imagine a better bargain than this, we •
would like to know where It Is.
BARR REALTY COMPANY,
Room 228 and 230 Wilcox Building.
1 Telephone main 639.
FOR SALE-LOTS 50x180 ON THIRD BT.,
just east of Soto St.. only $400 a lot. F
A. HUTCHINSON, 830 3. Broadway. 1
HOUSES AND LOTS
FOR SALE— ~""~
A modern 8-room, 1-story house on San
Pedro St., close In, at a great bargain.
The rooms are large and conveniently .
arranged; new San Pedro St. electric I
line will pass the property. San Pedro
street Is coming to the front. Don't miss
this chance.
W. L HOLLINGSWORTH ft CO..
318 8. Broadway.
FOR BALE—
$8600-9 rooms, Westlake Park.
$8750—8 rooms, Twenty-seventh and
Grand aye.
$4260—11 rooms, Twenty-seventh and '
Grand avenue.
All the above are new houses and espe
cial New Year bargains, being offered at
a less price than they could Me repro
duced for today, owing to the advance j
In the price of building material and la
bor.
POINDBXTBR ft WADBWORTH,
* $08 Wlloox block.
FOR SALE—POSSIBLY WE
just what you want, and possibly you
can't find It. One thing remains true, we •
can build to suit you: we Uurnish plans j
\ahd estimates free of cost. Satisfaction
Iwaranteed. We are prepared to lend
hbyaily on the houses We build. Houses
soltT-on monthly payments, if desired. If
you are Intending to build let ua figure
Z?o£j&i na and «' ye estimate.
'. * KBi2N EY, 2«* S.Broadway 2
Stoß SALE— ' =
Five-room modern oottage. 839 Chownlng
ShLM i cash, balarjce $11.50 per month.
jT* fine list \sfthartalns In houses
FOR ESTATE
~*~~~S!X!L-S£X!F* * inn
HOUSES AND LOTS
FOR SALE—NEW SWEET HOME OF
8 lovely rooms; modern, up-to-date la
every respect; on Westlake aye., be
tween Pico and Twelfth sts.; $3900; worth
$1500. It's a gem; go and look.
LEE A. McCONNELL & CO.
2 218 B. Broadway, rooms 803 and 302.
FOR BALE-CHOICE PROPERTY VERY
! cheap on Santee st., between Tenth and
! Eleventh; lot 60x160; new 6-room cottage,
. with all Improvements. Inquire of own
er, 1037 Santee st. 1
FOR SALE-C. A. SMITH WILL SELL
lots la his third addition on easy install
ments snd build new houses to suit, pay
| able same way. Office 218 W. First st. tf
i FOR SALE—7-ROOM HOUSE, HARD
t finished, good barn, lot 50x260; near Main
st; for $2300. In easy payments. FLOYD
A WISMER, J25 a Broadway. 2
FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH.
I BAS3ETT A SMITH, Pomona, Cal. tf
i
BUSINESS PROPERTY
SUGAR FACTORY SITE—
7776 acres choice sugar beet land: per
fect site for sugar factory; good railroad
facilities; close to Los Angeles; must be
sold entire.
W. H. HOLABIRD, .
Ml 808-310 Byrne building, Los Angeles.
COTJMTBY PROPERTY
FOR SALE—
Five acres, car line, near Hollywood,
$200 per acre.
$600 per acre, lemons, bearlna Holly
wood, on Sunset boulevard.
$20 acre, near city, foothills, cheap.
9 acres, lemons, adjoining city on north
west, good water right; $2600.
18 acres In Azusa, 4-year-old oranges,
plenty water; $5500.
40 acres In oranges and walnuts, S
room house, 26 miles from Los Angeles;
$30,000, or will trade for Los Angeles.
$900 per acre, 16 acres on Central aye.,
car line. LEE A. MTCONNELL&CO.,
£18 S. Broadway, rooms 303 and 303 2
FOR BALE—
In frostlesa belt, six miles from city,
200 acres orange and olive land, 80 acres
olives, 20 acres oranges; best navel or
ange nursery ready for planting; vine
yard; no scale; soft mountain water;
choice location at foothills, 1100 feet
above sea level. Natural sanitarium; no
asthma; absolutely frostless. Now Is
the time to Inspect premises: bargain.
Inquire of owner, rooms 82-5, Temple
block, Los Angeles. 2
FOR SALE—
J. M. MILLER'S
REAL ESTATE & MINING AGENCY,
324% S. Spring, rocn 2.
5000 acres in the Rancho Santa Clara
del Norte, Ventura county, Cal.; all un
der cultivation, and the best bean and
sugar beet land In the state; I will sell
from 2Vi acres up. Irrigating ditches
supply an abundance of water. 2
FOR SALE—
Southern California lands. If you are
looking for land in this part of the coun
try, and want the best for the least in
vestment, see
POINDEXTBR & WADSWORTH,
1 308 Wilcox block.
FOR SALE—
$1200—Easy terms; 10 acres near Santa
Monica; small house; 2 acres of young
fruit trees; splendid soli; overlooking
ocean; very cheap.
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH,
8 808 Wilcox block.
FOR SALE—WANT MONEY TO GO TO
Klondike; 10 acres near Colton; 9 acres
navel oranges. 5 years old; 1 acre decidu
ous; house, barn; $3000, worth $5000. LEE
A M'CONNELL & CO., 218 S. Broadway,
rooms 308 and 302. i
FOR SALE—LAND, IN PARCELS TO
suit, at Colegrove, a near suburb of Los
Angeles, on Santa Monica electric road.
COLE * COLE, attorneys,, 282 N. Main
St.. Loa Angeles. tf
FOR SALE—LODGING HOUSES
A LINK
FOR SALE—I6-ROOM LODGING HOUSE,
well located, furniture first-class: rent
$125k price $1750. This la a enpa. FLOYD
& WISMER, 125 S. Broadway. 2
FOR SALE—£3-ROOM LODGING HOUSE,
furalshed: good location, good rent, 133.50
and $550 takes it. FLOYD & v.-ISMER,
125 S. Broadway. a
FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK
FOR SALE—THOROUGHBRED POLAR
pony, 5 years old, with pedigree; has rec
ord of 14 In 24; tine driver and a beauty;
ask for horse "Nettle." BROADWAY
STABLES, opposite Broadway Hotel. 1
EDUCATIONAL
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE, 226
S. Spring at, Los Angeles, the oldest,
largest and most elegantly equipped
commercial school In Southern Califor
nia; hundreds of successful graduates in
banking and business houses; in session
all the year; enter any day; evening
school on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
evenings; three complete courses, com
mercial. English, and shorthand and
typewriting; a thorough, practical and
progressive school; large faculty of ex
pert teachers; rates of tuition reasonable.
Call or writo for catalogue.
LOB ANGELES* BUSINESS COLLEGE,
212 W. Third street, Currier block: day
and evening sessions; write for catalogue
and booklet on new budget system. 11-11
TEACHERS" GETIWTb $2«nPER MO.;
try Short cut to certificate. Apply Boyn
ton Normal, 625 Stlmson block. 1-15
DENTISTS
ADAMS BROS., DENTAL PARLORS,
219H S.Bprlng at.; painless extraoting, 50c;
fillings; plates, from $4; all work guar
anteed; established 12 years. Hours, 8-5;
Sur days, 10-12. Telephone, black 1275. tf
FRANK STEVENS. 824 M S. SPRING ST.,
open days and evenings; also Sundays;
electrlo light. Tel.. black 881,
STOCKS AND BONDS
A LIED
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, BRO
kers. 308 Wilcox block, deal in stocks,
bonds and mortgages, and pay special
attention to Investing faoney for capital
ists. If you have any business In South
ern California requiring an agent. It will
receive prompt attention if placed in
our hands. , . 3
FRUITS ANMEGETABLES
FIVE CJjBKTS A LINE
txmrnia * *m * i f
M.VRtiT.T . V 'J .I.M.'. T«i. V. \ >! i
FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE
FOR EXCHANGE- • ,
<««^i't>«l
■AMI REALTY COMPANY,
ROOM 230 WILCOX BUILDING.
WILL EXCHANGE FOR EASTERN
PROPERTY
120,000—For Chicago or soma other good
eastern city Income property. This Is one
of the most desirable Income citrus groves
In Southern California and consists of
nearly 40 acres, planted principally to
lemons. Trees are mostly 5 years ofd,
J and are Just now coming Into good bear
ing, and the owner would be assured of
targe returns from the outset. The build
ings consist of a modern 6-room house,
with all conveniences; also large lemon
curing house, engine house, barn and
other buildings; an abundance of pure
water from private right, belonging to
the property. The ranch la thoroughly
equipped with wagons and all necessary
Implements, work team, family horse,
buggy, cow and poultry. Nothing for the
purchaser to do but move In and enjoy
health, wealith and happiness. The pres
ent owner will exchange this most de
sirable property for first-class Income
eastern city property, Chicago preferred.
If Interested, please send full description
of your property, giving its location, In
come and actual cash value, and we will
furnish you any further Information In
regard to the above described ranch,
cheerfully and promptly.
JT ONE OF THE FINEST
$300,000—This Is beyond doubt one of the
very finest ranches In California. It con
sists of over 10,000 acres of land, more
than 1000 of which are in choice fruits in
bearing, oranges, lemons and other va
rieties; elegant buildings and an Income
proposition from the start. The owner
will take in part payment and possibly
in full payment choice eastern city In
come property. This will stand the
strictest Investigation, and any property
submitted In exchange would certainly
be aubjected to a rigid examination. If
you cannot manage to handle this prop
erty alone, Join with one or more of your
friends who wish to come to this section
of "God's country," and you will l find on
the place elegant buildings and an
abundance of employment and profit for
both yourself and your friends.
EASTERN PROPERTY WANTED
If you have any first-class eastern
property, especially such as Is producing
a fair Income, and If you desire to become
a citizen of the finest section of country
on the face of the earth—Southern Cali
fornia—please send us a full and accur
ate description of your property, giving
exact location. Income, taxes, and If
mortgaged, for how much and when due,
together with its fair cash valuation,
stating whether you prefer city or coun
try property, and If you are candid with
us in giving the above particulars, just
as a close Investigation will prove tnem
to be, you can almost rest assured of our
finding you an equitable exchange.
We hope to hear from you by early
mail after you read this advertisement.
$3000—180 acres fine fruit land, a short
distance east of Los Angeles on rail
road; all clear; want eastern property,
Boston preferred.
$2000—Los Angeles 8-room residence, 2
lots, on electric car fine; street graded and
sewered; Incumbrance, $1000; want iqilty
In cheap little place in or near olty li.alt*
or other town near.
$1800—A Riverside residence, clear, for
Los Angeles dwelling; will assume dif
ference,
$8000—Improved agricultural alfalfa
and dairy farm, clear, near Downey, for
city residence.
$6000—A fine 10-acre home; 5 acres bear
ing walnuts; S acres mixed fruit and al
falfa; good buildings; water for irrigat
ing; within city limits, near Flgueroa st;
no incumbrance; want genera! agricul
tural ranch near city.
$1700—Los Angeles' 6-room cottage, new;
clear of incumbrance; want Pasadena
residence,
$8000—Improved ranch near Downey,
clear; want good city residence or busi
ness property; will assume on business
lot
$140 per acre—Ventura county ranch.
weH Improved and fruited; 117 acres at
SatlcOy; want Los Angeles property; will
divide.
$2500—Pasadena well-located residence,
7 rooms, well finished; large lot, 76x200
feet; owner wants to exchange for Los
Angeles dwelling of nearly Same value.
$12,000—Choice business lots near First
and Broadway; lot, 60x60 feet; con be built
on and leased at once to good tenants;
mortgage, $6000; will take good clear
houses or residence lots for balance.
$3500—Ranch for city property; 160-acre
improved ranch near Soldiers' Home;
part of farm Is hilly and good pasture: -
cheap buildings; plenty of water, good
springs; want city; wltt assume.
$2250—Vlillnery stock, in city: good to- '
cation: v. Nt residence and will assume
or take vacant lots, -
$1700—Los Angeles for Pasadena resl- ]
dence; 6 rooms; near Twenty-eighth and
San Pedro sts.; clear; want Pasadena
residence of same value. -
$7000— Orange grove of 40 acreß In foot
hills; no frost; 13 acres in Washington "
navels; 5 acres mixed fruits; balance un- 1
improved; cheap buildings; one 99.000
-gallon reservoir; one 7000-ojSllon reservoir;
property clear; want clt/i will assume. -
| $28,800—Income business and residence
FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE
. j.
ANY OF THE FOLLOWING CAN BE
EXCHANGED FOR SOUTHERN CAL
IFORNIA PROPERTY
PORTLAND, ORE
$3000—Clear, 5-room residence, modern,
$5000—Clear, 10 acres.
WASHINGTON STATE *
$9000—Two Spokane residences.
$2100—Clear, 14-room Seattle residence.
PITTSBURG
$7000—City property, clear.
DENVER, COLO.
$25,000—Improved, clear.
OHIO, NORWALK
$2000—Residence, clear.
OHIO, WOODSTOCK
$4000—58 acres, Improved: clear.
OHIO. LEETONIA
$3500—Residence, clear.
OHIO, CONNEAUT
$3000—Clear, residence,
MISSOURI, SHELLY COUNTY
$3000—125 acres. Improved.
KANSAS CITY
$3500—7-room modern residence.
CHICAGO
$2000—Residence, clear.
$25.000—Fine residence.
$7000—Residence, clear.
PEORIA, ILL.
$4000—Fine residence, clear.
lOWA. CORNING
$4200—118-acre improved farm.
lOWA, BURLINGTON
$5000—18-room residence, clear.
1 ■
SHORT DESCRIPTIONS BUT CHOICE
EXCHANGES
FOR EXCHANGE
$3500—Pasadena residence; want San
Francisco residence; owner lives in San
Francisco.
$7000—Berkeley residence for Los An
geles.
$3000—Clear; Los Angeles residence for
Oakland or near.
$1600—Redlands residence for Los An
geles.
$1000—Saticoy, Ventura county, resi
dence for Los Angeles; wtti pay differ
ence.
22 acres sugar beet land, clear, at Los
Alamitos for cottage; Will assume.
$9300—31 acres heavy bearing walnuts,
Ventura county; want city.
$4000—9-room residence, well located;
want small ranch near Hollywood for
$2000 equity.
$2EOO-A fine 10-acre home, well Im
proved, at Downey; want same value city
residence.
BARR REALTY COMPANY,
Rooms 228 and 230 Wilcox Building.
2 Telephone main 539.
FOR EXCHANGE—
$70.000 —BTick block In Chicago for ranch
in California.
$25,000—Alfalfa ranch, 350 acres, In Santa
Ana, and cash for Los Angeles property.
700 acree in orchard near Los Angeles;
will trade all or part and cash for Los An
geles property.
Block on Broadway, $18,000. Incum
brance $7000; will trade equity for good
stock or bondst
6 acres bearing lemons In Hollywood,
for Los Angeles property.
17 aores In oranges and lemons, In On
tario, for Lob Angeles property.
LEE A. M'CONNELL & CO.,
2 218 S. Broadway, rooms 303 and 302.
FOR r * 1
$1500—5 lotß in Pomona.
$2600—60 acres, with water. In Arizona.
$5000—100 acres near Redding.
We also have a number of houses in
Los Angeleß, and In Some cases could
take good eastern property as part pay
ment.
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH,
3 303 Wilcox block.
MONEYJTO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN—
interest 8 per cent. E to 15 years' time.
Mortgage canceled In case of death
of borrower before loan Is repaid.
Money to loan for home-building pur
poses, or to lift mortgages on same; easy
repayments; no delays. Call or address
THE PROTECTIVE SAVINGS MU
TUAL BUILDING AND LOAN A'SSN,
No. 408 S. Broadway, Chamber of Com
merce building. tf
CNION LOAN COMPANY. STIMSON
block, corner Third and Spring, loans
money on all kinds of collateral security,
watches, diamonds, furniture and pianos,
without removal; low Interest; money
at once; business confidential; private of
fice for ladies. CLARK A. SHAW, man'
ager, rooms 118, 114 and 115, first floor.
Tel. 1651. References, CltlSens' bank, Se
curity Savings Bank. tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS
on diamonds, watches, Jewelry, pianos, '
sofas, lodginlg houses, hotels and private j
household furniture; interest reasonable;
partial payments received; money quick' ;
private office for ladles. G. M. JONES, I
rooms 12-14, 854 S. Broadway. 28-tf 1
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY-LOANS |
on diamonds, Jewelry, seal skins, pianos !
and household furniture; business con- .
fldentlal; private office for ladles. W. E.
DeOROOT, manager, rooms 2, 3 and 4. '
114 3. Spring st. tf
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, '
watches, Jewelry, pianos, sealskins, car
riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts, and 1
all kinds of collateral security; storage 1
free In our warehouse. LEE BROS. 402 I
S. Spring s:. tf 1
TO LOAN-A BARREL OF MONEY ON J
diamonds, pianos, furniture and all flrat- t
class securities; business confidential. 1
CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway, room* <
1 and 2- J-29-tf >
MONEY, TO LOAN UPON EASY ,
termB of repayment STATE MUTUAL
BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N, 141 S. '
Broadway. 5-20tf
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, ROOM '
SOS Wilcox building, lend money on any
good real estate; building loans made; If •
you wish to lend or borrow call on us. tf
TO LOAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY ON a
real estate security. I have it In any 1
amount. WM F. BOSBYSHELL, 107 8.
Broadway. 6-20-tf 1
LAKE OR SMALL LOANS NEGOTJ- ]
ated, only on first class real estate; low
rate. MRS. E. H. MONTANO, 206H S.
Broadway. 1-12 ,
MONEY TO LOAN^—s2oo TO $95,000 ON <
city or- country real estate. LEE A. Mo-
CONNELL & CO., rooms 302 and 303. tf *
I CAN MAKE YOIT"LARGE OR SMALL «
loans at very light expense. HENRY
HART, 103 E. Second st tf ]
TO LOAN-$lOOO TO $680 ON GOOD CITY '
property; no commission. Address E ,
1689 W. Seventh gL , t ' 1
PHYSICIANS^
FIVE CKNTS A LINE *
LOS ANGELES ELECTRO THBRAPEU
tIo Sanitarium; W. J. DAWSON, M. 8.,
V. D. Office hours, 9-6; tel. red 1735. 733
8. Broadway, between Seventh and
Eighth St*. tf
OR. J. J. CHOATB, 223 W. SECOND ST.!
Tela,, office, main 876; residence, black
im- _ ■ ' ".. ffrt .. r -JfEL
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FIVE CENTS A 1.1KB)
C. E. MATNE,
440-441 Bradbury Bull.
If you want to Invest money, In s,-nn.ll
or large amounts, or if you bave , - :•
erty to sell at a sacrifice, call a:. l 9
me. No property listed on comm
su-tu-th
BUSINiESS CHANCES; LOD
houses, real estate for sale, collet
unfurnished and furnished houses, >vii
and stores for rent. 226 S. Spring f■ t.
black 1021. EDWARD NITTINQEI Es
tablished 1880. l;
WANTED—PARTNER. POULTRY \D
fish market; two wagons, horses;
cash trade; established long time; 1 1
2200 month; need help; $275.
SNOVER & MYEI
2 50S S. Broad'
FOR GOOD PA
restaurant and lodging rooms; ( v »
must leave city to attend other bus
Address L., box 43, Herald.
FOR SALE—"LOS ANGELES" SOI ]
nlr thimbles, solid silver and Heavy;
something practical. W. J. GET 2, lew.
eler, 336 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—A GROCERY AND Fl!: i' 1 i
snore doing a Klondike business; good
reason for selling!. Address L.. B
Herald. 3
1. D. BARNARD. 103 S. BROADTV AY~
will sell out your business. tf
MASSAGE
FIVE CENTS A LINE
MRS. HARRIS, HOTEL CATALINA, 433
S. Broadway, room 41, 4th floor, elevator.
All appliances modern ami first claSfr. !'
LEGAL NOTICES
Order Fixing Time and Place for Set
tlement of the Interrogatories and
Directing Notice to be Given
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF T!
county of Los Angeles, stats of
fornia,
In the matter otjthe application of I rta
Los Angeles Terminal Land Company s
corporation, to perpetuate -the teatlmony
of R. D. Sepulveda. James H. Dofii-ot,.
Geo. H. Peck, Jr., Mary E. Lindsl-rw,
Ferdinand Burkle, Henry Daly and L T.
Wright.
Upon reading and filing the petltlo
Los Angeles Terminal Land Compar, • a
corporation, praying that certain lh'u»
rogatorles to be propounded to the wit
nesses whose depositions are to be tfcki n
In the obove entitled matter may be
tied and allowed—
It Is hereby ordered that Friday, the
14th day of January, 1898, at the hou of
10 oclock a. m. of said day, in Departm t
5 of the above entitled court, be, and
same Is hereby fixed as the time and [
for the settling of sold
which time and place any and all per.
Interested shall appear and show ca
If any they have, why said Interrogate 1
should not be settled.
It is further ordered that notice of 'he
settlement of said interrogatories be g
by publication of this order dally for n
days In the Los Angeles Dally Herat* a
newspaper published In said Los Ang
county.
Dated December 29, 1897.
WALDO M. YORK, Judr
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———— . I',, .._
Notice of Sale of Personal Property
by Public Administrator
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX
by Frank M. Kelsey, public adminls
tor, that he will sell at public auction a
the 4th day of January, 1898, at 10 est... <
a. m., at the place of business formerly
cupled by E. Norman, in the city of Sit
Pedro, county of Los Angeles, state of
California, all of the certain stock of dr
and notions now situate in said store,
gether with everything appertaining ,
said business, Including the good
thereof, and also •• "mill quantity of
household furniture, bed olothi'ig ana per
sonal effects, consisting of clothing, 01
The undersigned will also serl'it : 'ti
auction rooms of Thomas B. Clara.
232 West First street, in the city of I .
Angeles and county of Los Angeles, at
of California, at 10 oclock a. m. on ike 6t.i
day of January, 1898, one iron safe.
Terras of Bale—Cash, gold coin of the
United States.
For forther particulars as to said k- ' \
apply at the drug store lately condu.
by said E. Norman, at San Pedro, or to
undersigned, administrator, at his office
rooms 220-222 Wilcox building, in the city
of Los Angeles.
FRANK M. KELSEY,
Public Administrator, administrator of
said estate.
FLINT & BARKER, Attorneys for Ai
ministrator. e-o-d-1 '
LINES 0F_ TRAVEL
PMaFiXCl)^^
The company's elegant steamers SANTA
ROSA and QUEEN leave REDONDO
11 a. m. and PORT LOS ANGELES at 2:30
p. m. for San Francisco, via Santa Burb
and Port Harford Jan. 3. 7,11, 15,19, 23,
31, Feb. 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24. 28. March 4, 8, ' ,
16. 20, 24, 28. Leave PORT LOS ANGEL •'
at 6 a. m. and REDONDO at 11 a. m. r
San Diego Jan. 1, 5, 9, 13, 17, 21. 25. 29, Feb .<
6, 10, 14, 18, 22, 26, Mar. 2, 6, 10,14. 18. 22, 28,
Cars connect via Redondo leave Sac
Fe depot at 9:46 a. m., or from Redondo r• •
way depot at >:30 a. m.
Care connect via Port Los Angeles lei
5. P. R. R. depot at 1:86 p. an. for steam ■
north bound.
The steamers HOMER and Cods B
leave SAN PEDRO and EAST SAN t ,»-
DRO for San Francisco, via Ventura, C
penterla, Santa Barbara, Gavlota, P .rl
Harford, Cayucos, San Simeon, Montei y
and Santa Crui at 6:30 p. m. Jan. 4, 8,12,
20, 24, 28, Feb. 1. 5, 9. 13. 17, 21, 26, Marcl
6, 9, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29. Cars connect W ,
steamers Via San Pedro leave S. P. R. H.
(Arcade depot) at 5:03 p. m. and Terminal
railway depot at 6:15 p. m.
The company reserves the right to chan
without previous notice steamers, sailing
dates and hours of sailing.
W. PARRIS, Agt., 124 W. Second St., Los
Angeles.
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO., Generu'
Agents, San Francisco.
LOS ANGELES TERMINAL RAILWAY -
NOV. 22, 1897.
PASADENA—Leave Los Angeles: $;!*>
a. m., 9:30 a. m„ 12:15 p. ra., 3:25 p. m„ 1:10
p. m.
AiTive Los Angeles: 9:22 a. m., 11:10 a.
m., 1:42 p. m., 6:05 p. m., 6:20 p. m.
MT. LOWE AND ALTADENA—Lea
Los Angeles: 9:30 a. m.. 8:26 p. m
Arrive Los Angeles: 11:10 a. m., 5:05 p, m.
The only line from Los Angeles makl
connection with Mt. Lowe railway without
Change of cars.
GLENDALE—Leave Los Angeles: 7 4
a. m., 12:30 p. m.. 6:15 p. m.
Arrive Los Angeles: 8:13 a m„ 1:35 p, m..
6:30 p. m.
LONG BEACH AND SAN PEDRC -
Leave Los Angeles: 9:26 a. m., 1.46 p. t;.,
••6:16 p. m., *S:tO p. m.
Arrive Los Angeles: ••8:15 a. m„ *8:00 a.
m.. 1:26 p. m., n i:so p. m., *6:10 p. ra.
CATALINA ISLAND—Leave ••9:»; a ■
rive "1:25 p. m.
•Sundays only. "Sundays excepted, t
Boyls Heights cars pass Terminal sta
tlon. S. B. HYNEB, General Manager
X.OS ANGELES AND RE7joNDOr|EaTtV
way company.
Los Angelss depot: Cor. Grand aye. sJM
Jefferson st.
Leave **ay»
Los Angeles Redondo tor
for Redondo Las Angeles
1:30 a. m. !:00 a. m.
l:>op.m. ILOO-a., m. X
4:30 p.m. l:Up.sa>
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