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Br The Herald.
ftatcs (or Classified Advertising
■ 1.03**%+-* ctnta ftr late tor each
If auertam. hot Ice et Marriage, Birth
W tr Death—Free. Obituaries, Funeral
f> hjmtkea and Special Announcement*— ■
ff~ » *»ata per line. '
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS^
A. Liirag,
Candidate for
District Attorney.
I Subject to decision of Republican County
Convention
Walter F. Hiaas ;
Candidate for
City Attorney
Subject to the decision of the Republican
City Convention.
A. T. Currier
Of Spadra, Candidate for
State Senator i
38th District, subject to the decision of the
Republican Convention.
W.B. Scarborough -
Candidate for
Public Administrator
Subject to decision of
Democratic County Convention -
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SPECIAL NOTICES
HOnCE-THE LOS ANGELES CITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol- _
lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling
■as between the hours of 6 and 8 o'clock i
a. m. and 6 and 8 o'clock p. m. For a vio
lation of the above regulation the water
Will be shut off and a fine of 82 will be
Charged before the water will be turned
on again. ,f
. l
THOSE OENTLEMEN WHO WISH
their laundry properly and promptly done
will find the work of the EXCELSIOR
LAUNDRY most satisfactory as well as .
the prices most moderate; 'phone 36". tf
JOHN C. BEWLEY & CO., NOTARIES,
stenographers, collectors; legal papers
carefully dYawn. 404 BRADBURY Bldg., .
Los Angeles, Cal. Tel. Main 245. tf
L. A. STEAM CARPET CLEANING CO.
Will clean and lay ail kinds of carpets at
4c per yard; all work guaranteed. 329 E.
SECOND ST. Tel. Main 74. tt
i
WANTED — CONTRACTS FOR OIL
well drilling. CHAS. VICTOR HALL,
1020 Central aye. tt
PROF. IRA L. GUILFORD, PHRENOLO
gIst and Palmist, 316H S. Spring st. 27
WANTED
Male Help
BUMMEL BROS A CO..
i JafßriAlfMV.N! AGENTS.
A strictly nrst-clas .r< ibie agency. AH
kinds of hslp promptly furnished.
Your orders solicited.
300-302 W. Second St., basement
California Bank Building,
Telephone 509.
(Office open from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.,
except Sunday.)
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Milker, 125; teamsters, railroad, 825 etc.;
laborers. 11.75. railroad, ship today; roust
about country store, 110; (Albert Steams,
call); meat cutter, 130; helpers, bridge and
pllle driver gang. 12; 3 bridge carpenters,
$2.50; teamsters and laborers, 21.75; ranch
hands. 120.
'LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Baker, $5; restaurant cook, $9; second
cook, $10; pastry cook, $10; short order
cook, $50; chef for Arizona, $65; hotel
butcher; all-round cook, $30; baker, $10.
' ' HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
Cook, Burbank, $6 week; housekeeper,
• country, $10; house girl, Mojave, $20; New
Mexico, $25; house girls, $8 to $20; cook,
$25; experienced lady's maid with refer
ences, $26 month! call early.
LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Chambermaid, $15; 3 arm waitresses, $6
week; one, 17; waitresses, Bakersfleld,
$22.50; Riverside, Redlands. 120; wait
resses, city and country, $20; (Agnes Pet
erson please call.)
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.
[WANTED—THE OPERA RESTAURANT.
117 8. Main St., serves the best 10 cent
meal tn the city; try it and be convinced.
tf
WANTED—MAN FOR GENERAL FARM
and orchard work; must understand Ir
rigating. Address R., box 18, Herald. 31
(WANTED—A MAN AND WIFE TO
Work on ranch; pleasant home to right
party. Address H. H., box 14, Herald. 1
WANTED-600 MEN TO HAVE THEIR
aboes soled, 35c. M'LESKEY'S, cheapest
place on earth. 124 E. Second st. tf
Female Help
WANTED—A GOOD, STRONG GIRL TO
help with housework and cooking; wages
SI; small family. Address D. D., Box 21,
erald office. 80
WANTED—A GERMAN WOMAN TO
act as nurse and companion to elderly
lady; give reference. Address H. H., box
11. Herald. 1
———————————
|''J WANTED — EXPERIENCED LADY'S
tasUd. with references; call early; 125.
HUMMEL BROB. A CO., 300 W. Second
street. m
IBOUSEWORK—A GOOD GIRL AT ONCE
w*r housework and cooking, In private
, (family. Address G. G., b6x 27. Herald. 31
«A' TED- NEAT, SAi.JIT OIRL FOR
• "ug rOom and chamber work; retsr
ce. Addrtss G. 0., box 47, Herald. I
WANT EI; -AT ONCE: A YOI'NC, COL
■red girl fa do light hcusewurk and terd
bek Addr'-s G. ft, box 18, UeraM. 1
WANTHF*~A GIRL
L .aie-and fair wages with ;ght per
son. Aidrcss ft IX Hersll. l
WANTED
Female Help
WANTED—WILL GIVE A YOUNG LA
dy a good heme in exchange for services.
Address H. H., box 28, Herald. 1
WANTED—FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work, a strong girl; small family. Ad
dress H. H , box 13, Herald. 1
WANTED — STENOGRAPHER AND
typewriter, by the 15th ot September. Ad
dress G. G., box 53, Herald. 1
WANTED—A GIRL TO COOK AND DO
general housework; references. Address
H. H., box 10, Herald. 1
WANTED—A COOK; FAIR WAGES;
good home; small family. Address H. H.,
box 27, Herald. 1
WANTED—A GOOD NEAT COOK AT
once. Address H. H., box 24, Herald. 1
Situations—Male
WANTED—BY GERMAN AND WIFE,
position ln hotel; both competent ln their
line, one as porter or night clerk, other
chambermaid or waitress. Address D.
D.. Box 48, Herald office. SO
WANTED — A MAN WITH EXPERI
ence, good team and wagon, would like
to get place on ranch and take Interest
and wages. Address D. D., Box 83, Herald
office. 30
COACHMAN WANTS PLACE; EXPERl
enced in handling horses and gardening;
willing to make himself generally use
ful. Address G. G., box 39, Herald. 31
WANTED—A YOUNG MAN, WITH 6EV
eral years' experience, wants position as
bill clerk, salesman or assistant bookkeep
er. Address G. G., box 20, Herald. 31
WANTED—A POSTTION AS DELrVERY
driver or will furnish horse and wagon to
suit business: acquainted with city; ref
erences. Address G. G., box 6, Herald. 31
WANTED — BY AN EXPERT BOOK
keeper and typewriter, a position with a
reliable firm, wholesale or retail. Address !
D. D., Box 17, Herald office. SO
~
WANTED—SITUATION BY A MAN IN
a meat market; all around good butcher
and meat cutter. Address D. D., Box 26.
Herald office. SO
WANTED—PLACE TO WORK ON A
farm; understand care of horses and cat
tle; references. Address CC, Box 45,
Herald office. SO
WANTED—WORK ON FARM; COMPE
tent to attend to all kinds of farm work
and fruit culture. Address G. G., Box 52,
Herald. 1
WANTED—POSITION ON A FARM TO
care for horses and drive team; married
and steady. Address H. H., box 26, Her
ald. 1
WANTED—TO TAKE CARE OF LAWN
and attend to place; handy with horses;
references. Address G. G., box 50, Herald 1
WANTED—BY A LIVE SALESMAN AND
solicitor deliveryman desires position.
Address C. C, Box 20, Herald office. 30
WANTED—POSITION BT A FlRST
class harness maker; best of references.
Address G. G., box 66, Herald. 1
Situations—Female
WANTED—SITUATION AS HOUSB
keeper by middle-aged woman; Christian;
experienced and good cook. Address D.
D., Box 59, Herald office. SO
rW ANTED —TO TAKE CHARGE OF
college hall dining rooms or as matron;
best of reference. Address D. D., Box
87, Herald office. SO
WANTED—BY A STRONG WOMAN,
cleaning by the day or ln restaurant or
hotel; competent. Address D. D,, Box
38, Herald office. 30
WANTED—LADY GOING EAST WOULD
assist an invalid going east during her
trip; used to nursing. Address D. D., Box
62, Herald office. SO
WANTED—A POSITION BY A YOUNG
lady as cashier or assistant bookkeeper;
best of references given. Address G. G.,
box 3, Herald. 81
WANTED—POSITION BY AN EXPERl
enced nurse; care of child or Invalid; pre
fer to travel. Address G. G., box 4, Her
ald. 31
WANTED —BY A YOUNG LADY, Posi
tion as cashier ln office; 3 years' experi
ence; references. Address R., box 5, Her
ald. 30
WANTED—BY A GERMAN WOMAN, A
situation as cook, general work or cham
ber work. Address H. H., box 6, Herald. 1
WANTED—A POSITION BY A GOOD
French cook; city or country; good ref
erences. Address G. G., box 87, Herald. 81.
WANTED—BY A NEAT YOUNG GIRL,
place to do light housework or mind baby.
Address F. F., Box 21, Herald office. SO
WANTED—TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK
In a religious family by young girl of 16.
Address H. H.. box 12, Herald. 1
WANTED—A POSITION AS HOUBE
keeper for an elderly person; small salary.
Address G. G., box 7, Herald. 31
WANTED—A POSITION AS CHAMUER-
I maid or teconu »t>.k, c irpetent. Ad-
I dress G. G, box H. f. vald. 81
SEAMBTRRU wamti SEWIh'I v,Y
the day; tetms very rtasoauble, AsArSBS
G. 0., box 44, lieraid. 31
WANTED—WORK HY 'I iK DAY BY A
fO'C abo willing wot Her. AC-lresr G. O .
box 14 Herald. 21
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LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 30, 189E
WANTED
Agents
WANTED — CANVASSERS. EXPERl
enced; pay 50c day and commission. Ad
dress H. H., box 7, Herald. 1
To Purchase
WANTED—A GOOD DRIVING HORsne.
and phaeton; must be reasonable; write
where horse can be seen. Address H. H.,
box 18, Herald. 1
WANTED — TO BUY A SECOND-HAND
trunk; large and ln good order; state
price. Address D. D., Box 36, Herald of
fice. 80
WANTED—TO PURCHASE A GENER
aI merchandise store, city or country; give
Invoice price. Address H. H., box 4, Her
ald. 1
MILK ROUTE WANTED—WILL BUY A
small dairy; give price and size of same.
Address G. G.. box 25, Herald. 31
WANTED—HOUSE FROM 4 TO 6 ROOMS,
to move; hard finish, good condition. R..
box 40. Herald. 4
To Bent
WANTED—IN PASADENA. A NICELY
furnished house of about 8 rooms, for a
short time. Address G. G., box 88, Her
ald. 31
WANTED—TO LEASE A PLACE, IM
proved, near postofflce and school; give
full particulars, stating number of acres.
Address D. D., Box 19, Herald. 30
WANTED—BY A GENTLEMAN AND i
wife, furnished 6-room cottage, with bath;
SW. side. Address G. G., box 10, Herald. 31
WANTED—TO RENT; A FURNISHED
flat of about 4 rooms; rent must be rea
sonable. Address G. G., box 62, Herald. 1
"WANTED—TO RENT 3 OR 4 UNFUR
nlshed rooms close in, suitable for light
housekeeping. R., box 2Q, Herald. 31
Houses
WANTED—AT ONCE A FURNISHED OR
partly furnished cottage of 4 or 5 rooms on
car line; give rent and exact location.
Address D. D., Box 40, Herald office. SO
Board and Booms
WANTED—PLEASANT ROOMS AND
board with outside or separate entrance
for gentleman who enjoys agreeable sur
roundings. Address, D.\D., Box 14, Her
ald office. 80
WANTED—BOARD AND ROOM BY A
gentleman, wife and one child; must be
first class. Address G. G., boz U, Her
ald. 31
WANTED —BY PROFESSIONAL MAN
and wife, board and room ln fashionable
family boarding house; state price and lo
cation. Address G. G., box 13. Herald. 31
WANTED-BY A REFINED GENTLE
man, room and board ln private home;
close ln; bath. Address D. D., Box 26,
Herald office. 30
Partners
WANTED—A BUSINESS MAN, HIGH
character, some capital, wants a partner,
a lady, with means. Address G. G., box
5, Herald. 81
WANTED—A PARTNER WITH TOP
spring wagon and one or two horses to
travel with me toward Arizona. Address
D. D„ Box 60, Herald office. 10
Beal Estate
WANTED—A VACANT LOT AS PART
payment on residence property; modern.
Address G. G., box 45, Herald. 31
Honey
WANTED-81400; GILT-EDGE; PROP
erty near ln; state rate of interest. Ad
dress R., box 13, Herald. 30
Miscellaneous
[MONEY WANTED—BBOO ON 20 ACRES
near Covina, valued at llOOper acre. BRY
ANT, 218 S. Broadway, room 234. 30
PERSONALS
• MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED
from 819 S. Grand aye. to 618 W. Eighth
St.; female diseases treated by electrici
ty; cure guaranteed. tf
. LADIES' MONTHLY REGULATOR—
Never falls. Send 4 cents for Woman's
I Safe Guard. WILCOX MED. CO., Dept
2, Philadelphia, Pa. • tf
1 MISS WILLARD, COMPLEXION Spe
cialist; one treatment tree. 106 8. Main.
L ' 8-8
FOR WINDOW BHADEB GO TO THE
factory, 222 W. 6th. Prices the lowest, tt
i | ,
HOW D. WILL TRUST; PATIENCE,
try; wish regain ocean. D. SO
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
LUDWIG A MATTHEWS, WHOLESALE
and retail fruits and vegetables MOTT
MARKET, 186 R. Main st. Tel. 680 tf
BOOKS
A—FOC WORTH OF MA lA2INU De
livered at ho lie for 30c. ~cc Jones' Book
Store. iW W First si.
PHYSICJi n
DP. UNOER COl
tumors; no kpili
street.
FOB SALE
Houses
FOR SALE—rOR 87.89 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 streets. Why pay rent, when
you can own your own home? C. A.
SMITH, 213 W. First st tf
FOR SALE—SSSO, LARGE LOT, 160x160
feet, house of 3 rooms, well; Avenue 41,
2 blocks east of Pasadena avenue. Ask
for Quinn house. T. WIESENDANGER,
427 S. Broadway. 6
HOUSE FOR SALE—ON EASY TERMS;
7 rooms, bath, street Improvements; fine
location. Address G. G., box 38, Her
ald. 31
FOR SALE—A NEW, MODERN RESl
dence; large cellar; furnace heat through
out; will sell on easy terms to the right
party. Address G. G., box 35, Herald. 31
FOR SALE—A NEAT COTTAGE ON MA
ple aye.; for sale cheap to a cash buyer.
Address H. H., box 29, Herald. 1
City Lots and Lands
FOR SALE IN THE BLOCK BOUND
ed by Blxel street, Lucas avenue, Arnold
and West Third streets (the tenth block
west of Broadway), sixteen beautiful
lots. No finer situation for large resi
dence and handsome grounds. Inquire
of S. R. Henderson, corner of Fourth and
Blxel streets, or at counting room of Her
ald office. £1
FOR BALE-STS; LOT 60x146 to 15 FOOT
alley, on 70 ft. street, south city limits.
T. WIESENDANGER, 427 8, Broadway.
II
FOR SALE-A LOT ON SIXTH AND
Main sts.; also other property. Address
H. H., box 21, Herald. 1
Country Property
FOR SALE— I% ACRES NEAR BOYLE
Heights; well, tank, trees, paper house;
used as a chicken ranch; fully equipped
with Incubator, chicken houses and
other appliances; price, $900 spot cash.
Address F. F.. Box 26, Herald. 30
ORCHARD FOR SALE—LEMONS, ALSO
some alfalfa and deciduous fruits; water
for irrigation; good house; buggy, horses,
barn. For full particulars, address G. G.,
box 46, Herald. 31
FOR SALE—FINE ALFALFA LAND,
17 acres, near Bakersfleld: house of 4
rooms, and all well stocked; plenty of
water; value $1500. Address G- G-, box 40,
Herald. SI
FOR SALE—A 5 ACRE RANCH NEAR
Gardens; 4 room house, barn, chicken
houses, well, windmill; one acre ln alfal
fa; also deciduous fruits for family use;
value $1500, or $10 per month rent. Ad
dress F. F., Box 29, Herald. 80
FOR SALE—IO ACRES IN POMONA,
with 10 shares of water Included; rich
loam soil, level, planted to citrus and de
ciduous fruits; are full bearing; price
$4000 cash. Address F. F., 80x25, Herald.
80
FOR SALE—A BEAUTIFUL ORANGE
grove; picturesque location; planted to
the finest fruit; out of frost district; dou
ble water stock; reasonable for cash buy
er. Address C. C, Box 60, Herald. 80
FOR BALE—SMALL AND COMPLETE
poultry plant; thoroughbred stock, well
advertised; good business; cheap. Ad
dress G. G., box 19, Herald. 31
FOR SALE—WE BELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT & SMITH, Pomona, Cal. tt
Live Stock
FOR SALE—A GOOD HORSE; SOUND; 4
years old; gentle; price $10. Address F.
F., Box 17, Herald . 30
Hotels and Lodging Houses
FOR SALE—A FINE 13 ROOM LODGING
house, well furnished, close ln; reason
for selling, 111-health ln family. Address
F. F.. Box 28, Herald. 30
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—CHOICE LOT ON TWENTY
fourth st., Menlo Park; lot 205x337; corner
Sixth and Dearborn sts., Boyle Heights;
lot 30x160; Bicknell St., Santa Monica. 216
E. Fourth st. tf
FOR SALE—OLD NEWSPAPERS, SUlT
able for putting under carpets, etc., in
packages of 100, for 10 cents. Apply Her
ald Business office. SI
FOR SALE—THE JAMESTOWN "MOTH
er Lode" is for sale at a very reasonable
price if sold Immediately. Address F. F.,
Box 18, Herald. 30
FOR SALE—A 16-H. P. EDDY MOTOR,
nearly new and ln perfect working order;
will be sold at a bargain. Apply at Her
ald offloe. tf
FOR BALE—A LARGE, PLAIN TRUNK,
nearly new, with tray; price $4-60. Ad
dress G. G., box 59, Herald. 1
WHEEL FOR 8 ALE-CHEAP IF TAKEN
at once. Address G. G., box 26, Herald. 31
FOR BALE—AN ELEGANT UPRIGHT
piano. 439 Temple street. 81
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EXCURSION*
KOCK . M'f! PBRSOHAXLf CON-J
due' ' »yery ■Vui'sdiy ami i
We?; »• quick time;
Oaten ■ • *■««, ?14 South
Bptir.c • it
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8 hay» ;.. ra;
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FOB EXCHANGE
Baal Batata
FOR EXCHANGE]—DOUBLE HOUSE.
12 rooms, sewer, two stables, two lots,
close ln, $3000, mortgage $1000, for clear
California, northern or eastern.
R. VERCH, 306 Byrne block. 28-30-1
FOR EXCHANGE—FINE PROPERTY
adjoining city, value $2000, for Humboldt
(Northern California) acreage; write for
particulars. Address C. C, Box 49, Her
ald. 30
FOR EXCHANGE—EASTERN PROP
erty. consisting ocf 2-story brick and stone
building, well rented, for acreage near
Los Angeles. Address C. C, box 63, Her
ald. 80
FOR EXCHANGE—3O ACRES, IM
proved, fruit orchard, under highest state
of cultivation; will exchange for city
property. Address D. D., box 81, Herald.
80
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD LOS ANGELES
Income property, close ln, for clear San
Diego, Pasadena, northern or eastern.
R. VERCH, 306 Byrne block. 28-SO-l
FOR EXCHANGE — CHOICE RESl
dence, 9 rooms, stable, nice yard, close ln,
for clear California, northern or eastern.
R. VERCH, 306 Byrne block. 28-30-1
FOR EXCHANGE-GOOD ST. LOUIS
property for bearing fruit orchard in Es
condldo valley; must have water right.
Address C. C, Box 61, Herald. 80
FOR EXCHANGE —IF SAGINAW,
Mich., property advertised In The Herald
some weeks ago has not been sold. Ad
dress F. F., Box 27, Herald. 30
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD 7-ROOM
house; splendid location; will trade for
alfalfa land or country property. Address
D. D., box 24, Herald. SO
FOR EXCHANGE—ELEGANT GOLDEN
Hill lots in San Diego; will trade for Oma
ha or Kansas City property. Address G.
G., box 41, Herald. 81
FOR EXCHANGE—AN ORCHARD SlT
uated ln Lankershlm tract, for a good
home place ln Los Angeles. Address D.
D., Box 53, Herald. 80
FOR EXCHANGE—WILL TRADE GOOD
clear, level lot In San Diego for good
horse, pacer preferred. Address D. D.,
Box 46, Herald. 30
FOR EXCHANGE—AN 8-ROOM HOUSE
and 4 tots; will trade for country prop
erty It In the artesian belt. Address F. F.,
Box 19, Herald. SO
FOR EXCHANGE—FINE PROPERTY IN
Texas, all fenced, clear, for California
land or orange grove. Address D. D., Box
45, Herald. SO
FOR EXCHANGE—EASTERN PROP
erty for good lemon orchard, near San
Diego. Address C. C, Box 52 Herald. 30
c
WANTED—TO TRADE FOR GOOD LOT.
some farm Implements and tools. Address
G. G„ box 49, Herald. 1
FOR EXCHANGE—SOME GOOD LOTS
for a business; well located. Address H.
H. , box 26, Herald. 1
FOR EXCHANGE — HUNDREDS OF
properties. BEN WHITE, 236 W. First
tt
Miscellaneous
FOR EXCHANGE—I HAVE A NEW $300
ebony finish piano, made by the Wlsner
Piano Co. of Brooklyn, N. V., now ln stor
age with the above makers; I desire to
trade for piano of equal value here ln Los
Angeles; this Is an opportunity for party
going east with piano to save freigtot for
both parties. Address F. F„ box 31,
Herald. 30
MEDIUMS
BL- VED—MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM
an« Palmist; life reading; business spec
ulations, mineral locations, removals,
lawsuits, travels, marriages, children,
dispositions and capabilities; all affairs of
life. 416 ft 8. Spring St., room 8. Fees,
50c and SL
MME. GRACE, CARD MEDIUM AND
Palmist; the wonder of the 19th century;
reveals the past, present and future. 544
8. 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% S. Spring
street tf
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON, INDEPBN
dent slate writer and clairvoyant me
dium. 330H 8. Spring st. Hours 10 a. m.
to tp. m. dally, Sundays excepted. 9-11
MRS. KATE HOSKINB, TRANCE MB
dium; sittings daily; evenings by ap
pointment; circle Tuesday evening, stc;
at 822 8. Spring st tt
MRS. B. M. DUVAL, CLAIRVOYANT
and business medium; the most wonder
ful In her profession. SSS B. Fifth st tf
MRB. L RUSSELL, TEST AND Busi
ness medium; sittings 50c and $1; circles
Wed. and Fri., 26c. 211 E Seventh st SI
MIBB VALLIANT, NOTED CARD READ
er and palmist Room 4, S»M & Spring
street *-l
Kf.T.A WHITE 122 S. OLIVE, NEW j
list, well known tranoe test medium. 9-18
(iOULI) AMES. PALMIST. PBTCHOMET
rist and AstrOtoglxt 7448 Hopest. tf
FINING AND ASSATiNI.
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POR BENT
Houses
FOR RENT—SI 2. COTTAGE, 212 WEST
Twenty-third St.
$12—5 rooms, bath, 824 Stanford.
$8.60—6 rooms, bath, 796 Merchant.
$9—5 rooms, bath, 781 Merchant.
$6—4 rooms, bath, 426 E. Twenty-first st.
$6—3 rooms, 844 Stanford aye.
$18—9 handsome, large rooms, porce
lain bath. 2 w. c.'s., 907 E. Ninth st.
T. WIESENDANGER, 427 S. Broadway.
5
FOR RENT—HOUSE 9 ROOMS, GOOD
stable, nice yard, very complete place, S-
Flower street, close ln, low rent to good
party.
R. VERCH, 806 Byrne block. 28-30-1
FOR SALE—FINE RESIDENCE AND
vacant lots, on easy terms; why pay rent ?
Buy a home now. For particulars and
location address D D Box 20, Herald. 30
FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE,
northwest Westlake; good for chickens;
$8 water Included. Room 19, 517 S. Broad
way. 80
FOR RENT—B-ROOM HOUSE, NEWLY
papered and painted; fine location; adults
only. Address G. G., box 21, Herald. 31
FOR RENT—HOUBE 6 ROOMS AND
stable, close ln, only $8, with water.
R. VERCH, 306 Byrne block. 28-30-1
FOR RENT—A NICE 4-ROOM COTTAGE,
modern, reasonable; good location. Ad
dress H. H, box 11, Herald. 1
FOR RENT—NEAT 4-ROOM COTTAGE,
close ln; $15; water free. Address G. G.,
box 18, Herald. 31
Furnished Houses
FOR RENT—A BEAUTIFUL 5-ROOM
cottage, elegantly furnished; piano, elec
tric lights, bath; reasonable to right par
ty. Address H. H., box 5, Herald. 1
FOR RENT—FURNISHED. A NICE LlT
tle flat of 4 rooms, close In; comfortable,
convenient and at reasonable rent. Ad
dress G. G., box 24, Herald. 31
FOR RENT—A NICE COTTAGE, FUR
nlshed; good location; rent $14; water
free. Address G. G., box 29, Herald. 81
FOR RENT—NEW HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS,
beautifully furnished, bath; close in; rent
$40. Address G. G., box 56, Herald. 1
FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE, 5
rooms and bath, fully furnished, from
Sept. 1. 1708 S. Figueroa st. 30
Booms
FOR RENT—I UNFURNISHED FRONT
room, ln nice cottage; separate entrance;
light housekeeping. Address G. G., box 17,
Herald. 31
FOR RENT—2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS;
location good; rent reasonable. Address
F. F., Box 20, Herald. 29
Furnished Booms
FOR RENT—IN A NEW HOUSE, TWO
rooms suitable for light housekeeping;
rent reasonable. Address G. G., box 54,
Herald. 1
FOR RENT—4 ROOMS COMPLETELY
furnished for housekeeping; gas, bath,
range; cheap rent. Address H, H., box 17,
Herald. 1
AT HOTEL GLENMORE, 181% S. BROAD
way, furnished rooms; free baths; low
rates. 26
Board and Booms
FOR RENT—ROOMS FOR THE SUM
mer, with board, in the country; a beau
tiful, healthful location; terms reason
able; plenty of good water, pure milk
and all the comforts of a country home.
Address F. F., Box 24. Herald. 30
Miscellaneous
FOR LEASE—S3O MONTH, A GOOD OlL
well, or will sell the lot, 40x140, 10-foot al
ley; all In working order; fully equipped.
Address H. H., box 20, Herald. 1
EDUCATIONAL
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 226
S. Spring st„ Los Angeles; the oldest, i
largest and most elegantly equipped
commercial school In Southern Califor
nia; hundreds of successful graduates ln
banking and business houses; ln session
all the year; enter any day; evening
school on Monday, 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.
ST. AGATHA'S BOARDING AND DAY
School for girls—sl2 S. Alvarado street,
Los Angeles; Primary, Intermediate and i
college preparatory departments. Mary
L. FRENCH, A. 8., Principal. tf
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE,
212 W. Third Bt.; always ln session; col
lege literature free; see large adv. on ed
itorial page. tt
PIANO AND HARMONY LESSONS
given by A. WILLHARTITZ, room 14,
The Crocker, 212 S. Broadway. I-S
DENTISTS
ADAMS BROS., DENTAL PARLORS,
- 233.. P. Ppring st.; painless extraction. 50c;
lillings; platee from $4; all wurlt guaran
teed: established 12 years. Hours, 8-5;
Sundays, 10-12. Tel black 1273. tt
FRANK STEVENS, 324 M, H. SPRING ST.
Open dnys and evening*; also .Sundays;
electric lltfht. Tel black SSL * •
BATHS
ISB *P %
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE—GENERAL MERCHANDISE
store In good country town near Los An
geles; will bear close Investigation; large
roomy store; clean stock; will Invoice
$6000. Address D. D., Box 49, Herald. 89
WANTED—TO BUT ONE-HALF INTER
est ln a well stocked dairy; married man
and used to the business; give full partic
ulars. Address D. D., Box 30, Herald. 30
WANTED— TO PURCHASE; A HALF
Interest in a good paying steam laundry!
state price and monthly income for each.
Address G. G., box 60, Herald. 1
WANTED—TO PURCHASE, A WELL
stocked stationery and notion store; must
be a clean stock and reasonable. Address
H. H., box 3, Herald. 1
FOR EXCHANGE—A GOOD 2R-ACRE
orange orchard; water right; $1500; will
trade for city business property. Address
G. G., box SS, Herald. 1
FOR SALE—CORNER FRUIT, GRO
cery and tobacco store, centrally located,
doing a good business. Address R., box
St 80
FOR SALE—A HALF INTEREST IN Ms
splendid paying business to energetlo
man. Address D. D., Box 34, Herald. 30
DRUGGIST—OPENING FOR DRUG
store, best locality and cheap rent. R.,
box 62, Herald. 4-
I SELL OUT ALL KINDS OF BUSINESa
I. D. BARNARD, 112 S. Broadway.
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
ladies. G. M. JONES, rooms 12-14, 264 a
Broadway. 1-30-89
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. j
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, Jewelry, pianos, sealskins, car
riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts and
all kinds of collateral security; storage
free ln our warehouse. LEE BROS., 402
S. Spring st. tf
MONEY LOANED AT NET INTEREST
rates from 4<4 to 8 per cent per annum,
according to character and size of loans.
EDWARD D. SILENT & CO., 212 W. 20.
tf
TO LOAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY ON
real estate security, I have It In any
amount; $5000 to $50,000 at 6 per cent. WM.
F. BOSBYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway.
6-20-tf
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, 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 BUILDING AND
LOAN ASS'N, 111 S. Broadway. 6-20-tt
MONEY TO LOAN-8200 TO $95,000 ON
city and country real estate. LEE A. Mc-
CONNELL & CO., 145 S. Broadway, Frost
building. tt
I CAN MAKE YOU LARGE OR SMALTS
loans at very light expense. HENRY
HART, 103 E. Second St. tf
TO LOAN-6 TO 8 PER CENT MONEY.
BRADSHAW BROS., room 202 Bradbury,
block. tf
LOST AND POUND
STRAYED—I BAY HORSE. 4 YEARS
old, black mane and tail, weight about 1000
pounds; also sorrel mare, 5 years old,
white star on face; both horses in good
flesh. Send information to HARRY
CHANDLER, Times office. 30
FOUND—A PART OF A HARNESS.
Call at 903 S. Olive St., describe and pay
for this notice. 30
NOTES OP THE DAY
Newspapers ln the south say that the cot
ton crop ln Texas alone will be equal to a,
pound of cotton for every man, woman and
child on earth.
Wyoming has given to the army three
times the number of men required under
her quota, thus presenting the best record
of any state ln the Union.
In the .eadlng navies of the world the
cost of building typical ironclads per ton is
as follows: United Kingdom, $300; United
States, $390; France and Germany, $435 to
$150. ,1
San Francisco now has a law by which a
peddler who rings a doorbell of a house
where the sign, "No Pedaiers," Is displayed
ts liable to a fine of $100 or six months' im
prisonment, or both.
Rocking chairs as engagement gifts may
be demanded back in England when thean«
gagement is broken. In giving Judgment In
a replevin suit recently, the Judge said:
"The giving of rings for personal adorn
ment Is one thing, but rocking chairs for
Joint use after marriage are another."
Curious noises' heard by the residents of
King George county, Virginia, have been
explained by the discovery that some one
has been catching buzzards, tying small
bells around their necks and releasing
them. The noises had been referred to ln
the country newspapers as "war signs
from heaven.
A Holyoke, Mass., teacher, who hag been
studying manual training ln Sweden at a
point where the cars run only twice a week,
recently received a letter from home ln a
"flag" envelope, which the authorities
thought '.o be a communication from tho
United States government en n ami at
'the flap Immediately « ' •••• *wm
made up anil took til •■'
| the benefit of th '
Aooonkias 1
statistic " ! '
large nmnv*. -.00 : .r one
I y>ar. ' t .we,. 1 BO.teis antt
1 v , . ore. nurses, -.«., at
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