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The Herald.
Rates for Classified Advertising
Linen—S tents per line tor each
Insertion. Aor/ce oi Marriage, Birth
ir Death— Free. Obituaries, Funeral
Somes and Special Announcements—
10 cents per line.
SPECIAL NOTICES
■OTICE — THE LOS ANGELES CITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol
lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling
are between the hours of 6 and S oclock
a. m. and 6 and 8 oclock p. m. For a vio
lation of the above regulation the water
will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be
charged before the water will be turned
on again. • *»
OFFICE OF THE VINE LAND IRRIGA
tIon District. Aug. 4. IS9S.—Notice is here
by given that the board of equalization of
the Vlneland lrrigaton district will b? in
session Sept. 21<th, IS9S. ami continue not
to exceed ten (10) days from that date.
10 H. C. BENTON. Sec.
JOHN C. BEWLEY & CO., NOTARIES.
Stenographers, collectors; legal papers
carefully drawn. 404 BRADBURY Bldg..
Los Angeles, Cal. Tel. Main 245. tf
L. A. STEAM CARPET-CLEANING CO.
will clean and lay all kinds of carpets at
4c per yard; all work guaranteed. 329 E.
SECOND ST. Tel. main 74. tf
YOU WILL FIND OUR LAUNDRY
work as good as the best laundry work
you ever had. THE EXCELSIOR LAUN
DRY. 'Phone 367.
WANTED — CONTRACTS FOR OIL
well drilling. CHAS. VICTOR HALL,
2020 Central aye. tf
WANTED
Male Help
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.,
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS
A strictly first-class, reliable agency. All
kinds of help promptly furnished.
, Your orders solicltea.
gOO-302 W. Second st., basement
California Bank Building,
Telephone 508.
(Office open from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.,
except Sunday.)
MEN'S DEPARTMENT.
Blacksmith, $2.50; piilkt r. American, $30
etc.: young man stenographer; man haul
grain. $20 etc.: milk wagon driver. $30
etc.; milker and can washer. $30 etc.; milk
er, feed stock. $30 etc.: 2 good dairy hands.
$25 etc.; laborers. $1.75; teamsters. $25 etc.;
man for brickyard. $1.75; vegetable gar
dener. Arizona. $30. etc. butcher and sau
sage maker. $45 etc.; man and wife, dairy.
$32 etc.; man for bridge gang, $2.
MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Waiter at mines, $35 etc.; dishwasher
$7 etc.; waiter. $8 etc.: lunch counter cook,
country, $30 etc.; all round cook, hotel,
country, $50 etc.; hall man. $15 etc.; dish
washer, beach. $20 etc.;'hotel waiter,
country, $25 etc.; ranch cook. $10 etc.;
lroner, laundry, $12 etc.; second cook, $30
etc.
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
French cook, $20; housekeeper, $10;
house girl, Covlna, $15; Norwalk, $10:
house girls, $s to $20.
LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Cashier and typewriter, $25 and hoard;
cook, country hotel, $no: waitress, $5 a
week: starch lroner. Santa Monica. $1.25
day: waitress, country. $22.50 month; wait
resses, beach, call early.
HUMMEL BROS & CO.
WANTED—MANAGER FOR PICTURE
frame business and art goods; also clt>
drummer; also first-class canvasser; in
troductions negotiated by the superin
tendent of the CLERKS' EXCHANGE,
1 2Vt S. Main st. 4
* .
STRONG BOY WANTED; MUST BE
prepared for hard work and long hours,
with small pay. Address E., box 6, Her
ald. 6
WANTED—THE OPERA REST AT'RANT,
117 S. Main St., serves the best 10 cent
meal ln the city; try It and be convinced.
tf
WANTED—BOOKKEEPER AND STEN
ographer; experienced young lady pre
ferred. Address D., Box 3, Herald. 5
WANTED-500 MEN TO HAVE THEIR
shoes soled, 35c. M'LESKEY'S, cheapest
place on earth. 114 E. Second st tf
WANTED—2 OR 3 SMART YOUNG MEN
of good address. T. H< SMITH, 216 S.
Broadway. 4
Female Help
WANTED—OUTSIDE SALESLADY; AL
SO first-class lady canvasser; also expe
rienced presser for ladies' garments; also
waitress and several good house girls
Apply 8 a. m.. matron CLERKS' EX
CHANGE. 242H S. Main st. 4
WANTED—A COMPETENT WAITRESS
accustomed to hotel work: give refer
ences. Address E., box 12, Herald. 5
WANTED—A COMPETENT WAITRESS
accustomed to hotel work: give refer
ences. Address D., Box 11, Herald. 5
WANTED—BY A SINGLE MAN. WDM AN
to take washing home and mend. Ad
dress C, box 4, Herald. 4
COOKING AND HOUSEWORK: WANT
neat girl; prefer one from the east. Ad
dress C, box 40, Herald. 4
GIRL. ABOUT 14, TO DO LIGHT HOUSE
work In private family; good home. Ad
dress D., box 32, Herald. 6
HOUSEGIRL. TO GO TO THE OOUN
try; nice place; pleasant home. Address
C box 29, Herald. 4
GIRL—WILLING AND STRONG, TO GO
to the country; small family. Address E..
box 7, Herald. g
Situations—Male
WANTED—POSITION BY GOOD BOY
as errand boy; lives at home, with par
ents. Address C, box 26, Herald. 4
WANTED—POSITION BY GOOD BOY
as errand boy; lives at home with par
ents. Address C, box 36. Herald. 4
/
WANTED
Situations—Mais
RANCH HAND-WILL BUY INTEREST
In a working proposition: have own team
and married and experienced; can pay
some down. If Interested write. Address
B. , box SS, Herald. 4
WANTED —SITUATION AS COACH
man by man 8" years of age: German:
understands gardening and housework:
best references: city or country. Address
P. box 3, Herald. 5
MAN. COMPETENT, WANTS TO|WORK
chicken ranch on shares or will rent;
give full particulars and how place is
equipped. Address D.. Box 26. Herald. 5
POULTRY RANCH - MA* WANTS
care of chicken ranch: understands the
business; can give best of references, or
will lease. Address D., box 53. Herald. 6
WANTED —BY A MAN OF LONG EX
perience. chance to take entire charge of
large lemon orchard: married; refer
ences. Address D., box 37. Herald. 6
WANTED—SITUATION WITH A FlRST
class grocery house, by a young man:
can command trade in and outside
city. Address D., Box 17, Herald. 5
MAN—FOR CHICKEN RANCH. ALL
equipped; will be let to a responsible par
ty; no cash rent: a fine opportunity. Ad
dress C, box 17, Herald. 4
BOOKKEEPER. WITH BANK EXPERI
ence. wants position with large firm,
wholesale or retail: fine references. Ad
dress C, box 24, Herald. 4
BUTCHER. FULLY COMPETENT,
wants a position with first class me.it
market: can give references. Address
C, box 37, Herald. 4
WANTED—PLACE TO WORK; GEX
tleman's family: understands gardening
and care of horses; references. Address
C. box 25, Herald. 4
BOOKKEEPER OF LONG EXPERI
ence. fully competent, wants place with
large Arm; bank experience. Address C.
Box 60. Herald. 5
BOOKKEEPER WITHj" BANK EXPERI-
ence wants situation with responsible
firm: best of references. Address C, Box
47, Herald. S
W ORK—BY AN OLD SOLDIER; CAN
make himself useful around gentleman's
place; references. Address C, Box SS,
Herald. 5
WANTED—BY A MAN EXPERIENCED
in work in and around planing mill, wants
place. Address C, box 34, Herald. 4
BOY, STRONG AND WILLING, WANTS
a place to drive milk route; experienced.
Address D,, box 47, Herald. 0
CANVASSER WOULD LIKE TO REPRE
pent a good publishing house; references.
Address C„ Box 46, Herald. 5
BUTCHER, FIRST-CLASS, WANTS
work, city or country; references. Ad
dress C, Box 51, Herald. 5
ORCHARD WORK. BY AN EXPERl
enced orchardist; references. Address D.,
box 45, Herald. 6
MILL WORK WANTED, BY A MAN
thoroughly competent. Address D., box
38, Herald. 6
MILL WORK, BY A COMPETENT MAN.
anxious for work. Address C, box 20.
Herald. . 4
Situations—Female
WANTED-POSITION. BY YOUNG LA
dy, as assistant bookkeeper or any office
work; pay not so much as object as
chance to gain experience. Address box
426, P. O. 4
WANTED—CARE OF INVALID BY AN
experienced nurse; mental and nervous
disease a specialty; references ex
changed. Address 909 E. Twenty-ninth st.
4
HOUSEKEEPER—BY A LADY AND
daughter of 18. place to care for widow
er's family; good cook. neat, also splendid
manager. Address C, Box 02, Herald. 5
WANTED—BY A TRAINED NURSE. A
few engagements at $10 a week; refer
ences from leading city physician. Address
D. . Box 5, Herald. 6
CANVASSER—EXPERT LADY, WITH
long experience, would like to engage
with a reliable firm. Address C, box 21,
Herald. 4
HOUSEWORK. BY A GOOD, STRONG
girl, lately from the east; willing: adults
preferred. Address D., box 44, Herald. 6
NURSE—GERMAN WOMAN WOULD
like rare of Invalid: fully competent. Ad
dress C, Box 44, Herald. 5
GERMAN GIRL WANTS PLACE TO
assist in housework; references. Address
E. , box 5, Herald. 6
VURSEGIRL, WILLING AND STRONG,
wants a place; home nights. Address C,
box 28, Herald. 4
WANTED—POSITION AS COMPANION
to laily. Address box 426, P. O. 4
Real Estate
FOR SALE—A HALF INTEREST IN A
fine business, to the right party, having
good references, good business ability,
and who is thoroughly reliable. Pur
chase carries a good salary and a guar
anteed Income of $150 per month; $2000
cash and balance In good real estate.
Proposition will bear the fullest Investi
gation. Sickness In family of present
owner necessitates change of residence.
Purchaser will have full charge of prop
erty. Principals only. No agents. If you
have any good real estate and want a
good thing, look Into this. Address M.,
box 42, Herald office. tf
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1898
WANTED
To Bent
WANTED—TO RENT A LARGE FRONT
room or two rooms connecting, neatly fur
nished, with privilege of light housekeep
ing, within 5 minutes' walk of Second
and Broadway, by lady: engaged down
town during the day; answer at once. Ad
dress C, box 41, Herald. 4
FOR RENT—A CHICKEN RANCH.WITH
plenty of water, house, and equipped with
outbuildings and farming Implements;
give location and rent: write at once. Ad
dress D., box 49, Herald. 6
WANTED—FURNISHED HOUSE OF G
or 7 rooms, far out on car line; lawn, trees;
for family of adults. Address E., box 4,
Herald. 6
COTTAGE—TOI RENT. BT A FAMILY OF
two aflults: best of care taken; give price
and location. Address C, box 5. Herald.
4
To Purchase
HOME—WILL RUY A HOUSE IN A
good location of S rooms; must bo mod
ern; s'reet improvements and clear; large
lot. "Write, giving price and location. Ad
dress C. Box 49. Herald. 6
GENERAL MERCHANDISE—WANTED .
at once, a stock of general merchandise
in good location or live country town;
give Invoice price of stock. Address D.,
box 32, Herat*. 6
ORCHARD—WANT TO RUY FOR CASH
an unincumbered fruit orchard; full bear
ing; out of frost; with water right; agents
need not answer. Address D., box 56,
Herald. 6
TO BI'Y—A 7OR 8-ROOM HOT'SE. MOD
ern. with lawn, trees and pleasant sur
roundings; give exact location and terms,
of purchase. Address D., box 60, Herald.
6
WANTED—TO BTTY FOR CASH. GOOD
unincumbered alfalfa land; must have
plenty of water. Address D., boxss, Her
ald. 6
MILK ROUTE—WANTS TO BUY A
good milk route: must be picked: give full
particulars. Address D., Box 27, Herald.
5
Partners
WANTED—A LADY PARTNER TO As
sist in promoting and advertising the sale
of a well known herb tonic; a good seller;
amount of money* requlroi| for one-half
interest $100. Address D., Box 4, Herald. 6
ttM pip pa
WANTED—PARTNER IN A PAYING
retail business; lady preferred; owner can
not give time. Address D., Box 36, Her
ald. 6
Miscellaneous
WANTED-A SMALL FAMILY OF
grown people want the care of furnished
house ln exchange for rent. Address E..
box 3, Herald. 6
WANTED—A COMPLETE ASSAYER'S
outfit. Address D., Box 18, Herald. 4
Rooms
UOOMS, NICELY FURNISHED, WANT
ed, suitable for light housekeeping; walk
ing distance. SW.; references given and
required. Address D., box 62, Herald. 6
Houses
WANTED—FURNISHED COTTAGE OF
4 or 5 rooms by family of adults, by Au
gust 10th. Address C, 80x55, Herald. 5
Money
WANTED—TO BORROW $3000, 8 PER
cent per annum; good security. Address
P., box 4, Herald. 4
FOR SALE
Houses
FOR SALE—FOR $7.60 A MONTH AND
a small cash payment I will build you a
new 4-room cottage, plastered and paint
ed to suit, ln my Third Addition, Eighth
and Mateo sts. Why pay rent, when you
can own your own home? C. A. SMITH,
213 W. First St. tf
COTTAGE—AT A SNAP BARGAIN, ON
Maple aye., value $2300; will sell for $1750
Addressi C, Box 54, Herald, 5
COTTAGE, VALUE $1500, ON PAYMENTS:
modern, good location. Address C, Box
53. Herald. 5
FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT & SMITH. Pomona. Cal. tf
Country Property
LAND, UNIMPROVED, NEAR ANA
helm; 2R4 acres, for good residence prop
erty; prefer NW. side. Address C, box
10. Herald. «
FOR SALE
Country Property
ORCHARD - ORANGES; 8 ACRES,
highly improved, with 9 shares of water
right, all piped through orchard; 5 acres
In full bearing: 8-rooffl house; yard. Row
ers, trees; everything first class; value,
$7000: unincumbered. Address D., box 60,
Herald. 6
ORCHARD. VALUE $2IWI CASH SALE
planted to Washington navels and sweets,
2 years old; Irrigating ditch aria water
right included: clear of frost; nearßlalto;
will tnke part cash and city property if
nicely located. Address D.. box 48, Her
ald. / 8
ORCHARD OF 10 ACRES; FINEST IN
Los Angeles county; citrus fruits: also,
family fruits, berries, etc.; a.l in full
bearing: orange trees 8 years old. For
full particulars and price address D., box
61. Herald. 0
ORCHARD-10 ACRES OF FINE OR
chard: no frost; mountain land: fine view;
oranges and lemons: also water stock;
clear title; no liner land in Southern Cali
fornia; price, $3500. Address C, box 11,
Herald. 4
ORCHARD—S ACRES. PLANTED MOST-
Iy to citrus; deciduous fruits for family
use: 4-room cottage: barn; all fenced;
piped; 40 shares water; value $3500. Ad
dress C, box 13, Herald. 4
FRUIT ORCHARD-40 ACRES; FINE 7
room house, bath, etc.; planted to citrus
fruits, water, all In good order; will ex
change for St. Louis property. Address
C, box 7, Herald. 4
ORCHARD—IO ACRES WASHINGTON
navels; line land; water shares; no house;
value $3500; location the very best In
Southern California. Address C, box 14,
Herald. 4
ORCHARD — ORANGE; FROSTLESS
belt; 1H acres in navels; 10 years old; 9
shares of water stock; no Improvements;
$800. Address C box 12, Herald. 4
t
City Lots and Lands
SOME BARGAINS—
N. W. corner Washington and Union
aye., 105x176; street all Improved and sew
ered; no more to do, $22u0.
Lot on Twentieth near Grand aye., 50
feet front, $500.
Lot on Fifteenth st. near Mapie aye.;
nice fruit trees; $50n.
Fine corner Seventeenth and Maple aye.,
all street work and sewer done, $1200.
Lot on Main near Fourteenth St.; street
work paid; $2400.
Pine 2-story house S rooms, cement cel
lar, everything done. Twelfth and Flower
sts., $:',500.
M. F. ODEA, 203 Bradbury block.
6
FOR SALE—ON THIRD AND ARNOLD
bis., the block between Blxel st. and Lu
cas aye. (twelfth block wast of Spring St.),
some very handsome residence lots at a
very low price for cash. The situation
and neighborhood are first class. Inquire
of S. R. HENDERSON. 1257 W. Fourth
St., or at Herald office. 8
Live Stock
FOR SALE—A FINE CHESTNUT
mare, well bred, 16 hands high, 1150 ibs.;
or will trade for light surrey. Address
E., box 14, Herald. 6
WANTED—A GOOD, HEAVY RANCH
horse ln exchange for room, with or with
out board or part on time. 315 N. Broad
way. 4-7
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—WE BUT AND SELL STORE
and office fixtures of all kinds, show
cases, doors and windows. 218 E. Fourth
■t. tt
HORSE—FINE DRIVING HORSE FOR
sale cheap; gentle, sound and stylish. Ad
dress C, Box 52, Herald. 5
'FOR SALE—A NEW PIANO, FOR CASH
only; If taken soon, reasonable. Address
D., Box 13, Herald. s
WHEEL—HIGH GRADE LADY'S BICY
cle, cost $05, will sell for $45. Address C,
Box 59, Herald. 5
FURNITURE OF 8-ROOM FLAT FOR
sale cheap; will lease. Address C, Box
45, Herald. 6
EDUCATIONAL
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 226
S. Spring street, Los Angeles; the oldest,
largest and most elegantly equipped
commercial school ln Southern Califor
nia; hundreds of successful graduates ln
banking and business houses; in session
all the year; enter any day; evening
school on Moiiday, Wednesday and Fri
day evening; three complete courses,
commercial, English and shorthand and
typewriting; a thorough, practical and
progressive school; large faculty of ex
pert teachers; rates of tuition reasonable-
Call or write for catalogue.
I.OS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE,
212 W. Third st.; always In session; col
lege literature free; see large adv. on edi
torial page. tf
PIANO AND HARMONY LESSONS
given by A. WILLHAHTITZ, room 14,
The Crocker, 212 S. Broadway. 8-2
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT—DO NOT PAY RENT: PITT
a good 5-room house, 11000; monthly pay
ments $15; no cash payment required. AL
LISON BARLOW, 123 S. Broadway. 8-1!
COTTAGE ON DOWNEY AVENUE FOR
rent at $12 a month, water free; large
lawn, flowers, 6 rooms; a really beautiful
home. Address D., box 69, Herald. G
, _
COTTAGE—WANTED. TO RENT; MUST
be new. neat, nice lawn, bath and mod
ern in every respect; good location. Ad
dress D„ box 40, Herald. 6
COTTAGE FOR RENT, ON HEWITT
st.; I rooms, bath, closets and every con
venience; $10. Address C, box 0, Herald.
4
COTTAGE. NEAR ARCADE DEPOT, 4
rooms, yard, barn, and nicely located;
rent $11. Address C, box 85, Herald. 4
COTTAGE OF 7 ROOMS. MODERN,
with lawn; give location and price. Ad
dress D., box 41, Herald. 6
FOR RENT—Cottage 4 ROOMS. CLOSE
in; gas; bath. Apply 415 W. Fourth st. 4
Furnished Houses
FOR RENT—A PLEASANT FURNISHED
cottage, with large lot, to small family of
adults; $10 a month, water Included. In
quire at 2142 Santee st. 4
COTTAGE—WANT A NICELY FUR
nished cottage, close In, modern; lawn;
at once. Address C, box 33. Herald. 4
FOR RENT-COTTAGE NO. 2. ON RE
dondo Beach, furnished, $4 a week. In
quire at 2142 Santee st. 4
Rooms
AT HOTELGLENMORE, 181H8. BDWAY.
newly furnished: extremely low rates, ts-30
Furnished Rooms
FOR RENT—A PLEASANT ROOM IN
private family; no children; suitable for
lady or gentleman engaged down' town
during the day. Address D., Box 14, Her
ald. 5
FOR RENT — FURNISHED ROOM,
large and cool, at summer rates, with
good hoard If desired. THE ELLIS. 315
N. Broadway. 4-7
FOR RENT — PLEASANT SUNNY
front room; good location, near court
house; rent reasonable. Address D., box
51, Herald. 6
ROOMS—FURNISHED SUITE, DOWN
town, on Broadway, for $15 month; nicely
furnished; folding bed. Address D., box
31, Herald. 6
FOR RENT—4 BEAUTIFULLY FUR
nlshed housekeeping rooms; parlor floor;
adults only. Address D., Box 7, Herald. •
HOTEL DEWEY—NEW; SELECT YOUR
rooms; transient. 621V4 S. Broadway, tf
MONEY TO LOAN
TO LOAN-MONEY IN LARGE OR
small amounts at lower rates of Interest
than others charge, on all kinds of col
lateral security, diamonds, watches, Jew
elry, pianos, furniture, life Insurance and
all good collateral; partial payments re
ceived; money quick; private office for
ladles. G. M. JONES, rooms 12-14, 254 S.
Broadway. 1-30-99
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $1000
to $200,000, on Inside gilt-edged Income
bearing property only. Inquire of F. Q.
STORY, room 303, Henne block, 122 W.
Third st
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, Jewelry, pianos, sealskins, car
riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts and
all kinds of collateral security; storage
free In our warehouse. LEE BROS., 402
S. Spring st. tf
MONEY LOANED AT NET INTEREST
rates of from 4Vi to 8 per cent per an
num, according to the character and size
of loans. EDWARD D. SILENT & CO..
212 W. Second st. tf
TO LOAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY ON
real estate security, I have It ln any
amount; $5000 to $50,000 atG per cent. WM.
F. BOSBYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway.
6-20-tf
POINDEXTER & WADS WORTH, ROOM
308 Wilcox building, lend money on any
good real estate; building loans made; If
you wish to lend or borrow, call on us. tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
real estate; Interest decreases as you pay.
STATE MUTUAL BUILDINO AND
LOAN ASS'N, 141 S. Broadway. 6-20-tf
MONEY TO LOAN-$2OO TO $95,000 ON
city and country real estate. LEE A. Mc-
CONNELL & CO., rooms 302 and 303, 218
S. Broadway. tf
I CAN MAKE YOU LARGE OR SMALL
loans at very light expense. HENRY
HART, 103 E. Second St. tf
A—slo,ooo OR LESS TO LOAN, CITY OR
county; reasonable Interest. Send appli
cation. P. O. box 52*. 10
TO LOAN—S TO 8 PER CENT MONEY.
BRADSHAW BROS., room 202, Bradbury
block. tt
EXCURSIONS
ROCK ISLAND PERSONALLY CON
ducted excursions every Tuesday and
Wednesday; low rates; quick time;
Union depot, Chicago; office, 214 South
Spring street. tf
BOOKS
A.—BOC WORTH OF MAGAZINES DE
llvered at house for 80c. See Jones' Book
store, 228 W. First St.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE—A HALF INTEREST IN A
fine business, to the right party, having
good references, good business ability,
and who is thoroughly reliable. Pur
chase carries a good salary and in addi
tion a guaranteed Income of $150 per
month; $2000 cash and balance In good real
estate.
Proposition will bear the fullest Investi
gation. Sickness ln family of present
owner necessitates change of residence.
Purchaser will hnve full charge of prop
erty. Princlpa's only; no agents. If you
have any good real estate and want a
good thing, look into this. Address M.,
box 42, Herald office. tf
MINING —ONE-THIRD INTEREST FOR
sale in good mining property, near Per
ris: Improvements to some extent al
ready; want money to develop; if Inter
ested write for particulars; this is a bona
fide business proposition. Address 8..
box 61, Herald. 4
WANTED — AN ACTIVE BUSINESS
man with $1000 In rash to join the adver
tiser In a California enterprise of Ihe high
est character; business locally developed
and thoroughly demonstrated: ten-times
winner; principals only. Address E.. box
11, Herald. 5
LAUNDRY—ONE-HALF INTEREST IN
a good paying laundry (steam) business;
finely located in a good country town
near by; money well Invested In this busi
ness, as have no opposition. Address D.,
box 34, Herald. 6
V SNAP—CASH GROCERY AND Fix
tures complete, worth $2"00 for $1000: ev
erything tirst-elass; ln business center;
lowest rent in city; reasons for selling,
sickness; no agents. Address D., Box 20,
Herald. 5
MINING—ONE-HALF INTEREST FOR
sale ln as good a mining property as there
is in this section of the country; no fake;
it will pay you to investigate. Address
D, , box 33, Herald. 6
MINES—ADVERTISER WANTS A PAR
ty with some capital to Join him in devel
oping mining property in Mexico 75 miles
below the Sonora line. Address D., Box
30, Herald. 5
FOR SALE—S3OO; RESTAURANT AND
delicacy counter; location good; large,
steady trade; good opening for man and
wife willing to work. Address D., Box 6,
Herald. 5
MAN OF EXPERIENCE 1 WILL BUY
Interest or all of small established busi
ness with sure living profits; prefer light
manufacturing; no agents. D., Box 24.
Herald. 5
FOR SALE —A BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
that can be successfully started on S2oon
investment, will net $73 per month; close
investigation. Address C, box 27, Her
ald. 4
FOR SALE—AN ESTABLISHED REAL
estate business, fully equipped, for a live,
up-to-date business man. For particu
lars address D., box 68, Herald. 6
MINING—ONE-HALF INTEREST FOR
sale ln fine mining property; want capi
tal to develop; near R. R. For particulars
address C, Box 61, Herald. 5
WANTED—RESPONSIBLE PARTY TO
join advertiser in starting small mer
chandise store in Nogales, Arizona. Ad
dress E., box 10, Herald. 5
4INING—WILL SELL U INTEREST IN
good mining property near Garlock; will
pay to Investigate. Address C, Box 48,
Herald. 5
WANTED—TO TNVEST A SMALL
amount of money In a patent of merit;
give full particulars. Address D., box 46,
Herald. 6
MILK ROUTE—WILIi SELL 8 pR 4
cows, with a very choice milk route. For
particulars address 8., box 50, Herald.
4
WANTED—TO PURCHASE A STOCK OF
groceries; must be a bargain. Addifss
E. , box 13, Herald. 6
iROCERIBS—GOOD CLEAR STOCK
for sale at a bargain. Address D., Box 29,
Herald. 5
I SELL OUT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS.
1. D. BARNARD, 112 S. Broadway.
PERSONALS
MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED
from 819 S. Grand aye. to 618 W. Eighth
St.; female diseases treated by electric
ity; cure guaranteed. tf
L.ADIES' MONTHLY REGULATOR-
Never falls. Send 4 cents for Woman's
Safe Guard. WILCOX MED. CO., Dept.
2, Philadelphia, Pa. tf
MISS WILLARD, COMPLEXION SPE
clallst; one treatment free. 308 S. Main.
9-2
FOR WINDOW SHADES GO TO THE
factory, 222 W. 6th. Prices the lowest tf
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND—SAN DIEGO BOTTLED AND
keg beer; family trade supplied with the
best beer In the market. At HEIM'S
BOTTLING WORKS, 446 to 456 Central
aye. Telephone, main 230. tf
.OST—AUG. 3, ON SAN PEDRO, WlN
stnn or Main sts., a tan cape braided In
brown. Please return to 1310 W. Second
st.; reward. 4
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
bUDWIG & MATTHEWS, WHOLESALE
and retail fruits and vegetables. MOTT
MARKET. 135 S. Main St. Tel. 650. tf
DENTISTS
4DAMS BROS.. DENTAL PARLORS,
239V4 S. Spring St.; painless extraction, 50c;
fillings; plates from $4; all work guaran
teed; established 12 years. Hours, 8-5;
Sundays, 10-12. Tel. black 1273. tf
•'RANK STEVENS. 32414 S. SPRING ST.
Open days and evenings: also Sundays;
electric light. Tel. black 821.
PA. DENTAL COMPANY. 226 S. SPRING,
rooms 231-232. First class plate work. 8-1
FOB EXCHANGE
Real Estate
ORCHARD LAND, ALL BEARING^
house, well, good soil; 10 acres, near rail
way; will exchange for good city rental
property or stock of merchandise; ranch
clear; will give long time; value, $3000,
Address 8., box 60, Herald. 4
LAND—33O ACR I*l S TO EXCHANGE FOB
good city property; fine soil, level sandy
loam; 4-room house, bHrn, chicken house,
water; a bargain. "Write for particulars.
Address C, Box 50, Herald. 5
STOCK RANCH IN WYOMING OF. S3*
acres, 40 acres in cultivation; good houHe,
water right; eh ar; will exchange for clear
property (ranch) near Los Angeles. Ad
dress C, Box 56, Herald. 5
FOR EXCHANGE- BARGAIN, 7-ROOM
house, two lota, southwest, value $3000,
equity $1660; will trade quick; what have
you? Owner leaving city. Address D.,
Box 21, Herald. 5
LOTS-WILL EXCHANGE LOTS IN
Southern California for good land In
Texas; clear; give county- and improve
ments, if any. Address 8., box 62, Her
ald. 4
FOR EXCHANGE—I6OI ACp.ESI GOOD
land ln Kansas; 60 acres under cultivation]
no other Improvements; for San Diego
property. Address D., Box 12, Herald. 2
EASTERN PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE
for city lots in San Diego; prefer on tne
hills; give location and value when writ
ing. Address D., box 64, Herald. 6
FOR EXCHANGE— PROPERTY (IM
proved) in Pasadena; will exchange tw
Los Angeles city property. Address D.,
Box 28, Herald. 5
ACREAGE TO EXCHANGE FOR RESl
dence property In city of Los Angeles;
clear; want clear property. Address C,
box 32, Herald. 4
FOR EXCHANGE—2I<4 ACRES OF UN
improved land at Anaheim for nice resi
dence lots in Los Angeles. Address 8.,
box sa, Herald. 4
ACREAGE TO EXCHANGE FOR CITY
residence property; 80 acres, good rich
loam farming land. Address C, box 31,
Herald. 4
RESIDENCE IN LOS ANGELES TO Ex
change for Pasadena property; write for
full particulars. Address (,'., box 3S, Her
ald, t
LAND (ALFALFA)—WILL EXCHANGE
for city residence property; price of land
per acre, $10; write for particulars. Ad
dress C, box 30, Herald. 4
FOR EXCHANGE—S26OO ; 2| LOTS AND
house; also thug store, all clear, in Los
Angeles, tor good land. Address 8., Box
5, Herald. 4
FOR EXCHANGE — HUNDREDS OF
properties. BEN WHITE, 235 W. First.
tf
Miscellaneous
MORTGAGE—A GOOD $725 SECONDI
mortgage; will exchange for stock of gro->
ceries. Address D., box 33, Herald. 6
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE HORSES
for a good span of mules; give age and
size. Address D., Box 10, Herald. 5
MEDIUMS
REMOVED—MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM
and Palmist; life reading, business spec
ulations, mineral locations, removals,
lawsuits, travelß, marriages, children,
dispositions and capabilities: all affairs of
life. 416V4 S. Spring St., room 8. Fees,
50c and $1.
MME. GRACE, CARD MEDIUM AND
Palmist; the wonder of the 19th century;
reveals the past, present and future. 544
S. Los Angeles St., between Fifth and
Sixth sts. tf
MRS. WALKER. CLAIRVOYANT AND
life business reading medium: all business
affairs of life looked Into for the ad
vancement of your future. 316/4 S. Spring
street. it
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON. INDE
pendent slate writer and clairvoyant me
dium. 330V4 S. Spring st. Hours, 10 a. m.
to 4 p. m. dally, Sundays excepted. 8-11
MRS. KATE HOSKINS. TRANCE ME
dium: sittings daily; evenings by ap
pointment; circle Tuesday evening; 230.
At 322 S. Spring st. tf
MRS. E. M. DUVAL, CLAIRVOYANT
and business medium; the most wonder*
ful ln her profession. 44G S. Main st. tf
NOTICE—AGNES H. PLEASANCE WILL
give sittings for five days for 50c, before
leaving the city. 355 S. Spring. tf
MRS. SANSOME. CLAIRVOYANT AND
business medium. Grand Pacific hotel,
423 - S. Spring st. aulJ
LEONORA d'ESTE, LIFE READER}
truthful predictions; reliable advice. 107,4
8. Broadway. 8-29
AGNES H. PLEASANCE, TRANCE
spirit medium; sittings dally. 355Va 3.
Spring st. tf
MTSS VALLIANT, NOTED CARD READ
er and palmist. Room 4, S. Spring
street. 8-1
MRS. ELLA WHITE, 122 S. OLIVE, IN
new flats; well known trance test me
dium. 14
PROF. GEE READ, $1; CIRCLES TUBS.,
Th., Sat., 7:30, 15c. 449/2 S. Spring. )j-29
MINING AND ASSAYING
THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY OFFICE
and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main at.
R. A. PEREZ E. M., Manager. 12-4-tt
WATCHMAKERS
A REDUCTION ON SHIRT
waist sets nnd link cuff buttons. W. J>
GETZ, Jeweler, 836 S. Broadway.

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