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Yoir Ad Should Talk for Yon When the Man with Money Looks for Investment, aid Keep It There. "Its the Season"
ADVERTISERS
Count six average words as one line.
No ml. nreepted for less than the price
of three lines.
The Herald reserves the right to rerUn
advertisements anil to reject or omit and
refund the amount paid.
Report promptly to tlis clammed man
ager fnlhirc to get return* or experience
with fraudulent or dishonest advertisers..
Two or more Insertions are hotter than
on.-. Try a three-time ad. Results almost
certain for nnythlnir. i
For contract solicitors and advertising I
advice call
SUNSET~MAIN 8000
HOME 10211
AND ASK FOB CLASSIFTKn MANAGEB
SPEC!iAL~RATES
Wont arts. 1c a word each Insertion.
' Rooms for rent. 3 lion, 3 times I
. Booms with board. S lines, 3 times,
25 CENTS
HELP WANTED and female, 3
tines, 9 times.
25 CENTS
SITTJATTONS WANTED,
FREE
SPECIAL NOTICES .
CASH*REGISTER BARGAINS
LOOK—LOOK
Talk About Flying Machines
These prices make them FLY. Full il««
National, cost new |12S, slightly used, goes
tot $45.
Another full elze goes for $25.
Second hand registers at your own price.
Not in the Trust
J. R. WALLER
F5301. 643 8. Spring St. 1-18-8
' .^Stffj^-fc Tho Caledonian club
-SXjbgyjfi . will celebrate the
Jv^^^>U Anniversary of
iSSIAfK? Rotart Buns
jt\M JMS WOT Tuesday, Jan. 25, 1010,
NgK^S^?-^!^? ot Blanchard Hall,
tS^|g|§gSpg>, 233 S. Broadway.*
1 ' Tickets 00c.
DO YOU ITCH?
IF SO CALL AND GET A FIIEE SAMPLE
OF OUR NEW REMEDY FOR ECZEMA
and all diseases of TIIF. SKJN AM) SCALI'.
STOPS ALL ITCHING AT ONCE.
MILLS 1-XZiwJIA CO., 81» Copy bldg.
l|.|3-lma
LADIES—BRING THIS AD WITH YOU;
good for 25 cents ore Miss Balzer'3 hair re
storer for falling or gray hair. MISS BER
THA BALZER, 212 S. Broadway, upstairs.
1-16-7
ALL RAZORS. SAFETY BLADES. BCIS
«ors, knives. Instruments, printer's knives,
tools, etc., sharpened better than new
YANKEE GRINDER, Sl4 S. Spring St.
11-16-tf
FOR BALE—
CHEAP FUEL
Apricot pit shells, good as wood; $4 ton, de
livered. Phono South 17C^ l-13-sot
LADIES-DEEP WRINKLES. FRECKLES,
smallpox pits, moth patches and scars re
moved in ten days. MISS BALZER. 212 H.
Broadway, -upstairs. 1-16-7
BIRDS, PUPPIES, TOYS
Housiliof'l Articles, China, Glass, Etc.
THE ARK, 231 W. First. 1-1-lm
ICOO BUSINESS CARDS, $1.00; GOOD WHITE
brlstol; conveniently boxed. Other printing,
low prices. CENTRAL PRESS. 101V4 S. Buwy.
12-21-2 mo
WANTED—LADIES', GENTS' CLO THIN U.
HIGH PRICES. 810 SO. SPRING ST.
MAIN 8697: F58311. »-25-12 m»
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE
NOW iS THE TIME TO BUT!
pen-room apartment house. Located
In one of the most desirable sections of th«
city. Rooms furnished In mahogany, golden
oak, birds \ maple, Wilton ve./et- carpets
In each room. Each apartment has a buffet
kitchen and private bath. Two car lines.
'-en mmucus from 6th and Sprint.. Terms
If desired. For price and further particulars
call on or address
■>
laßie & Baylor ■'
636 SOUTH SPRING.
11-JS-tl
FOR KALE—CERTIFICATE OF INCORI"<>
• ration. District of Columbia, $500,000 capital
stock, pur $1.00. Perpetual. Any kind of
business anywhere in the worM. Price
JIM. Address MINER, 257 E. 12th st., Long
, Beach, Cal. 1-22-3
WANTED — HONORABLE CHRISTIAN
gentleman with $5000 as partner in a
well established, refined, profitable busi
ness which can stand the most rigid in
vestigation. Address BOX 74. Herald.
. ' 1-12-tf
WANTED—MAN WITH $500 TO TAKE
charge of business where he can make
$150 month; this will stand Investigation.
BOX 602. Herald. 12-1-tf
MONEY LOANED TO INVENTORS TO
patent good ideas. JOHN WEDDEH
burn. Capitalist, Brookland, D. C.
1-8-lyr
FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
" S-ROOM HOUSE* "
Located In Santa Barbara, two blocks from
business center; clear; worth $2000. Will
exchange for fl-room house In Los Angeles
near 5o car line. Will assume up to $1500
and give some cash.
ERICKSON & CO.
103 W. Sixth St., Ground Floor.
F2374. 1-23-3
TOR EXCHANGE —I HA A CLEAK
lot at Kedondu, 3 blocks from city hall,
facing the ocean, fine for apartments or
hotel, street work all in, ens, electricity
and sewer; line view of the ocean; would
trade for lot at Huntinßtun Park, Glen
ilale or city. Lot valued at S'Jilii; make
offer. OWNER. Box 664. Herald office.
. Miscellaneous
FOX EXCHANGE—I HAVE A CLEAR LOT
in Colton that I will trade for diamonds,
furniture, auto, or what have you? Ad
/ dress BOX 534, Herald. _ »-21-tf
WILL TRADE STOCK IN BISHOP CREEK
Gold company an 1 other mining stock for
•took In California Wave Motor company
(Reynolds). POX 242. He-aid. 6-3«-t<
PATENTS PATENT ATTORNEYS
JAMES T. BARKELEW, ENGINEER AND
patent attorney. American and foreign pat
ents. Special assistance in chemical, elec
trical, mining and complex mechanical cases.
AEROPLANE INVENTIONS. ; 728 CEN
TRAL BLDO., Sixth and Main. F2399;
Main 4637. FREB BOOK ON PATENTS.
PIONEER PATENT AGENCY-HAZARD A
STHAUSE. Established 21 years. American
and foreign patents secured and trademarks
registered. 639 Citizens Bank bldg. Home
A 1482; Main 2022. PATENT BOOK FREE.
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS, ALL COUN
tries. A. H. LIDDERS, patent lawyer and
solicitor. «12 Trust bldg., cor. 2d and Spring.
- 11-6-tf
SEWING MACHINES _
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.. NOW
permanently located at 714 B. Broadway, t£
WANTED
Help— Male
WANTED—TWO GOOD BOYS nETWEEM
sect of 14 and 17 to carry routes south
of Seventh and east of Flsrueroa. and
alto two good boys to carry routes in Ploo
Heights: routes pay (9 and $10. Ask for
MR. POWERS at the Herald oftlc* after
I p. m. or call up Bdway. 3524. 11-U-tf
NO EXPENSE TO LEARN ELECTHICITY.
plumbing, bricklaying, automoblllng on con*
tract jobs In few month*' time. No appren
ticeship or helpers' *nrk. Catalog free
I UNITED TRADE SCHOOL CONTRACTING
, CO., 232 Allso St.. Los Angeles. 10-4-tf
! WANTED—RESPONSIBLE AGENT, ABLE
to assume office management; splendid op
portunity; salary paid; references and In
vestment $1000 required. Write represen-
live ,E, Herald branch, San Bernardino,
Cal. 1-21-8
WE NEED TRUSTWORTHY MAN TO HAM
ago branch at Bakorsfteld; permanent
salary; applicant must put up $1500; fully
secured. Address Division Manager, carq
Herald, San Bernardino. 1-21-6
BOYS WANTED TO CARRY HERALD
route In WesUake district, also east of
San Pedro aad south of Ninth. Apply to
Circulation Manager of THE HERALD.
1-7-tt
WANTED— GOOD BOYS TO CARRY
routes. Apply to GROSSMAN, Herald of
flce. I-*-"
Help—Female
WANTED—LADIES; BEAUTY CULTURE
pays bl;r. FLORENTINE HAIRDRESSING
COLLEGE, corner Broadway, entrance
227 Mercantile place, 15c, 250 halrdresslng.
1-19-0
LADIES AND GIRLS AT HOME. STEAD
or evenings, can stamp transfer, $1.60 do*,
upward; original, reliable firm, r.oom 334,
MASON BLDG.. 228 W. Fourth. »-JB-tf
WANTED-LADY WITH DEEP~WRINKLES
to demonstrate my 10-day deep wrinkle
treatment. MISS BERTHA BALZER, 212 S.
Broadway, room 1. 1-16-7
WA TED-LADIES TO SELL HAIR RE
gtorer for gray and falling hair. MISS
BERTHA BALZER, 212 S. Broadway, up
stalrs. ; l-lti-7
Help— Male and Female
WANTED—MALE AND FEMALE TAILOR-
Ing hands, machine operators, basters, fin
ishers, fellers, buttonhole makers and
presscrs on the Beeckel system of Roches
ter, N. V., to be located j here, on coats,
trousers and vest tailoring. Apply In writ-
Ing BOX 00034, Herald. ' 1-22-S
WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
the barber trade; guaranteed In eight
weeks. Catalogue free. MOHLER BAR
PER COLLEGE. 122 E. Second St. 7-1-tt
Situations—Male
WANTED—POSITION AS CLERK IN GRO
cery or hardware store by single man
with 7 years' experience; Insldo work
only. Write or call. H. C. PEDERSON.
1914 Mareneo St., Los Angeles. Cal. 1-20-8
YOUNG MAN, IS. HIGH SCHOOL GRAD
uate, has knowledge of French, Ger
man and Spanish, desires clerical posi
tion In office of any kind. BOX 93, Her
aid. --0-4
WANTED— BY EXPERIENCED
driver, window dresser, advertiser of
ability; furnish security and reference;
city or country. Address IJOX 161, Her
aid 1-20-3
WANTED—WASHING BY THE DAY OR
hour. Will take washing at home or go out
and wash; or will do light housecleantag.
Call at 212 Concord St., MRS. JOHNSON.
1-9-tf
SITUATION WANTED BY A REAL ESTATE
salesman, capable to take charge of branch
office. Address O. E. CROSBY. 1227 Fifth
St., Santa Monica, Cal. 1-22-3
FIRST CLASS CHAUFFEUR AND REPAIR
man wants position driving In private
family; references. JOE BUSSE, Lincoln
hotel. ' 1-19-4
WANTED—MAN IS YEARS OLD WANTS
work, clerical or rough; good references.
11. R. I'LATT, 1921 Fifth aye. West MM.
1-22^4
Situations—Female
WIDOW OF 40, STRANGER AND ALONE,
desires light work in her homo or yours;
companion, nurße, care of elderly person or
child. Would do light housekeeping for re
fined person. Give particulars or don't an
swer. Trlflers not wanted. References
given and required. Address for one week
BOX 61, Herald, 1-20-3
WANTED —POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
for widower by widow; age 47; slightly
deaf; good cook. etc. MRS. c. WOOD.
244 E. Fifty-second st. 1-21-2
WIDOW WITH BOY OF 3. WISHES PO
sltlon aa housekeeper: furnished room
houso preferred; references. Address BOX
00036, Herald. 1-21-3
GOOD SEAMSTRESS AND HOME DRESS
maker will sew for $6 a week and carfare,
or $1.25 a day and carfare. Address BOX
00037, Herald. 1-20-3
WANTED-POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER,
by elderly woman for widower or elderly
couple; good home an object. Address BOX
35, Herald. 1--1 i
A NEAT, MIDDLE AGED WOMAN WANTS
light housework. Address BOX 7.
Herald. 1-20-3
Housos
• t
wanted—to PURCHASE a SMALL cot
tage, value about $1500, on terms of $100
down. Must bo on Pacific Electric line; Long
Beach avenue preferred (for employe of
Pacific Electric railway). Might pay $2000.
BLACK BROS., 209 H. W. Hellman Bldg.
F1044, Main 3598. 1-10-10
To Purchase —Miscellaneous,
WANTED —CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
beds. 758 SAN PEDRO ST. Phones
F8041; Main 110«. 12-17-tf
WANTED—ONE LARGE AND ONE SMALL
second hand office desk. BOX C 3, Herald.
12-32-tf
FEATHER BEDS-PAY $5 TO $35 EACH.
Address J. RYAN. 530 " 'XI Pedro st. 12-8-tl
To Purchase—Real Estate
WANTED TO PURCHASE OR LEASE FIVE
or ten acres of level land on car line where
fare will not exceed 5 cents. J. E. CARR,
1030 Central Bldg. 1-22-8
Miscellaneous
CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS IN NEED
of labor of any kind please phone BETHLE
HEM INSTITUTION. 610 N. Vlgnes st.
A4SS4, Main 5726. | 1-18-7
STORAGE
LAIiGE FfUVATB, LiOUKBU), IRON KOOMd
for furniture, eta. $1.60 and $2 per month;
trunks, boxes, etc., 25c to 1001 open vans,
16 per day, or 7t>o per hour. We pack and
ship household goods everywhere at re
duced rates. COLYEAR'S VAN AND
STORAGE CO., offices 609-11 S. Main St.
Warehouse 415-17 San Pedro at Phones
ril7l: Main 3117 1-25-lf
CHIROPODISTS
DIC HEVLAND. D. C.
Graduate chiropodist. Corns removed with
out pain or soreness. Instant relief; no fear
of »eptlo trouble. ■
INGROWING NAILS A SPECIALTY
PARLORS, HOTEL MILTON.
53»% South Broadway.
FJ427J Bdway. 9648. 11-10-3 mo
DR. EMILY A. CHAPMAN REMOVES
corns, bunions, club and Ingrowing nails
without pain. Hours, 9 a. m. to « p. m.
415 O. T. Johnson bldg., 4tti and Broadway.
1-l-lmo I
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 3010.
FOR RENT
Apartments— Furnished and Un.
furnished
The Mflssoiulla
072 West Washington
Sunny, > and 3 room apartments, with pri
vate bath; all conveniences. <.ak« University
er Washington it. car line. t-U-tt
The St. Regis
2 & 3 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING;
also single rooms. 237 SOUTH FLOWER.
Main 2290; A7331i; 5 mln. to business center.
Moderate prices. 11-20-3 mo
Rooms —Furnished
~ PENIEL HOUSE
m 8. MAIN. OVER i-ENIEL HALT.
Light, airy rooms In business center. Clean,
moral and safe place to stay. Rates 350 to
II aay; $1.75 to $4 week. Phone Bdway 2051.
11-19-3 mo
GIRARD HOUSE
115 EAST THIRD ST.
All outside rooms; central location; eleva
tor service; steam heat; M rooms with pri
vate bath; rent $15 per month.
11-l»-tt
Offices
FOR RENT— NICE SUNNY FRONT OF
fleds on Broadway; large windows and ad
vertising space; also smaller offices. In
quire room 4, 244% S. BROADWAY.
Store Rooms
FOR RENT—ONE-HALF OF NEW STORE,
■ 714 South Broadway. Inquire WHITE SEW
ING MACHINE CO.. 628 8. Spring. U-C-tt
TO LET—EXCELLENT LOCATION FOR
grocery and meat market; $16 month.'
Inquire 223 West Jefferson. 1-20-4
Rooms and Board
ROOM AND BOARD FOR TWO; PRIVATE
family; beautiful room; accommodations
and table above average. West 2903.
1431 WEST 25TH ST. 1-20-3
PHYSICIANS
DK?"hiCKo3£ ' ~" " DR. HICKOK.
SPECIALIST FOR WOaE.I.
Treats all diseases of women under & pos
itive guarantee. Ladles who have formerly
paid for each treatment, whether benefited
or not, will appreciate the difference. Pay
only for satisfactory result*. Charges mod
erate.
DR. HICKOK gives modern antlseptlo
treatment and patients are In no danger
of blood poli«m or Infection. Everything Is
sterilized before use.
DR. HICKOK provides a private home, with
nursing, for women In confinement. Expert
care and home comforts at reasonable rates.
Confinements by modern me".hods ar* safe
and free from pain.
DR. HICKOK gives personal attention to
every case. Consultation Is free and confi
dential In all troubles. Any woman not sat
isfied with her condition is invited to call
for free consultation and free examination
DR. HICKOK carefully examines every case
and gives an honest opinion and reliable ad
vice free. X-ray examination made when
necessary. If a case Is accepted for treat
ment a cure Is guaraateed. Moderate charges
for satisfactory results. Terms can be al
ways arranged. Hours 10 to 4; Sundays 10
to 1. 'Phone F823« for appointment at
other times.
DR. HICKOK «33 W Sixth St.. suits 107
12-IS-tf
SKIN DISEASES, WEEPING ECZEMA,
scald head, chafing, ulcerated nipples,
sexual rawness and sores, cancerous
moles and warts, excrescences; also foot
ailments. SKIN CLINIC, 107 W. First St.
1-Ul-3
' DR. CROCKER,
Specialist for Women.
Hamburger's Majestic Theater Building.
Absolute privacy. Hours 10 to 4.
CONSULT FREE.
12-:5-12 m
PILES—ALL KINDS. I CURE THEM WITH
out pain, cutting or detention from busi
ness. Moderate charges. Free consulta
tion. DR. HICKOK. 852 W. Sixth St. z
DR INEZ DECKER, 702 SO. SPRING ST.
Obstetrics. Hours 11 to 4. Room 221.
10-28-tf
DR PRITCHARD, RECTAL. FEMALE AND
Chronlo diseases. 727-2* GROSSIS BLD.
U-28-tl
DR. TAYLOR. 317V4 S. MAIN ST. DISEASES
of women. 12-2-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN
Unlimited am unta at 6 per cent. No com
mission. Building loans, any amount, at 1
per cent.
COLLINS & MILLER, 506-7 Broadway Cen
tral Bldg. F5909. !-«-»»
MONEY TO LOAN •
I have the following amounts on hand to
loan on good city property: $1000, $2000,
$3000, $4000 and $5500.
MARSHALL STIMSON, ,
Rooms SOl-2 Wright & Callender Bide.
Phones—Main 4441; Home F7327. 1-22-2
MONEY TO LOAN
I have money on hand to loan on city
property, straight or building loans. No
delay.
<■ .- "■ MARSHALL STIMSON,
Rooms 801-2 Wright & Callender Bids.
Phones—Main 4441; Home F7337. 1-22-2
PLENTY OF MONEY TO LOAN AT 6 AND
7 per cent on good city property; security
must be at least double amount wanted.
You can have the money as long as you
wish. All our parties wish Is the Interest.
WAYBRIGHT-BUTLER CO., 628-9 Security
bldg. FSSI7; Bdway. 2462. 3-29-tt
UOSKS TO LOAN
250,000 to loan on real estate, city or coun
try. 6 to 7 per cent; amounts to suit. MOV
ER & GILBERT. 612 Frost bldg. Home
■phone ABS27; Main 5474. 10-2-tf
MONEY TO —ANY AMOUNT FROM
$100 up; city or country; current rates
RAMBY BROS.. 6J7 Security Bldg F2121.
Main 9356. . 12-11-tf
R. W. POINDL-XTER, 409 WILCOX BLDO.,
will loan you what you need on real estate,
stocks and bonds. Building loans a special
ty. 6-9- tf
' ROBERT WESTWATER & SON.
Real estate Investments, or homes. Build
ers and contractors. Room 810 Frost
building. Phone Main 9115. 11-21-tf
TO LOAN— SALARIED PEOPLE: NO RED
tape; without security; confidential. WK3T
COAST EXCHANGE. 419 Henna bldg.
10-4-tf
SALARY LOANS. LOWEST RATES, CON
fidentlal. 611 O. T. JOHNSON BLDO,
Fourth and Broadway. 12-9-tt
NEW LOAN OFFICE NOW OPEN; REAS
onable rates on purchases. L. RIFKIND.
106 E. Fifth et. - 1-83-3
CE&dPOOLS . _
cesspools '-■,';■.
cleaned OUT.
All work done satisfactory to Inspector.
I* A. SANITARY CO.,
Phone G9I4H. Temple 6M.
io.ij-u;
CESSPOOLS CLEANED OUT by the red
Cross Sanitary company In one to two loads,
$3.(0 per load; no other charges. 'Phone 69034.
IMPERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPINO CO.—
take out largest load. West 6396: 22040. 2-10-tf
' NOTARIES
E. M. WITT, NOTARY PUBLIC PENSION
papers, deeds, collections and wills nego
tiated. Boom i. 144 S. Broadway.
1-21-tf
FOR SALE
Houses
Rent.
—You Know What This Word Means —
Easy Terms. A jrjf „ Easy Terms
EM7 Term,4 nome Terms
—IS WHAT I MEAN—
1 have 9 swell modern 5-room bungalows
In the popular Mount Washington district.
Three are sold out of an even dozen after
being on the market only two days. Don't
miss this opportunity to own your own homo
while I am offering you the choice of these
swell homes on the easiest of terms, and my
prices aro lower than the general run of
houses sold on easy payments. Come and
see for yourself. These houses are all mod
ern*, beam ceilings, kitchens and bath rooms
alpined 7 feet high, finished In white enamel
and slash grained pine, oak floors, large
fireplaces, built-in buffets, bookcases, writ-
Ing desks, cabinet kitchens, laundry trays;
in fact, they are beauties and are sure to
please you. . The lots are high and com
mand a good view. Some have fruit trees.
Remember, these houses are only one block
from 5c yellow car; are only 20 minutes'
ride from Third nnd Broadway. For fur
ther particulars call at my office. If you
can't go out today go out Sunday. Call or
phone for directions.
J. FRANK BOWEN
A 2472. 440 Douglas Bids. Main 2472.
. 1-22-1
If Yob lave
$KQHO)(D or lore
AND WANT TO MAKE A SUBSTAN
TIAL NEW YEAR'S GIFT
CALL AND SEE
The Beautiful
Homes
JUST ERECTED ON OXFORD
BOULEVARD. FIRST BLOCK
NORTH OF TEMPLE. FURNACJSD
AND PIPED FOR' GAS.
INQI'IKE at FIRST HOUSE or SEE
BEACON LUMBER CO.
•00 SEVERANCE BUILDING,
SIXTH AND MAIN tiTS.
12-28-tf
Bungalows
Rent-paying terms. Some finished, some
under construction, or wo will build to
suit. All prices. Good location. High
ground. Five-cent carfare. Close In.
Gas, electric lights and all modern con
veniences.
BUYING FROM THE OWNERS AND
BUILDERS WILL SAVE
YOU MONEY.
843 DOUGLAS BLDG. '
PHONE A2OOO.
1-20
-9-ROOM HOUSE
Lot 62x1j5; Colegrove car, lie fare; modern,
gas, electricity; $3500 cash. Owner moving
to ranch.
Another
A 5-ROOM BUNGALOW
Lot £2x195; gas, electricity; fine yard; flower
and fruit trees. A model home; $1400, easy
terms.
Come In and let us explain these and oth
er bargains.
ERICKSON & CO.
105 W. Sixth, Ground Floor.
F2374. 1--3-2
For 6-room modern cottage, large
lot, 60x140, near Washington street; 11500
cash, balance terms.
FOR SALE—6-ROOM MODERN 1 COTTAGE
on Forty-nfth St., on lot 60x133 to an al
ley; fruit and Bhade trees; only 13600J
SSOi) cash. It Is worth investigating.
WINSLOW REALTY CO..
Phone South 32.
4500 Central aye. l-19-20-22-23-4t
10-ROOM ROOMING HOUSE
On lot 70x135 to alley, completely fur
nished; separate entrances; good streets,
convenient to cars; 7 room pay 840 a
month, making over 9 per cent on the
purchase price. This la an exceptional
bargain and good Investment.
C. WINSLOW REALTY CO.
4(00 Central ava. Phone South 82.
Frl-Sat-Sun-tt
FOR SALE —
THE FINEST FIVE-ROOM
MODERN BUNGALOW
in Los Angeles, near 36th and San Pedro.
Price |3C00; terms.
ERIKSON & CO.
105 W. Sixth at., ground floor. P !374. '
1-20-4
FOR SALE—MODERN 6-ROOM COTTAGE,
3"01 Emmet street. Doyle Heights; gas.
electric lights, bath and toilet; electric
lino runs past property; $2600; terms
iIOO down and 815 per month.
J. A. POTEET
Anaheim, Cal.
l-15-lino
WANTED—A CASH OFFER FOR A FlVE
room house and lot at 1808 E. Thirty-sixth
street. Address 231 Palm avenue. Santa
Barbara. Cal. 1-21-3
FOR SALE BY OWNER, W. WOODSIDE,
709 W. 81st St., 3-room house and Vi acre lot,
{900; 150 down, $10 monthly; 5-cent fare.
FOR SALE—HAVE TWO NICELY LOCATED
lots at Glendale on which will build two neat
five-room bungalows to sell for $2000 each;
terms *300 cash, balanco »20 per month.
WAYSIDE PREJB, 837 S. Spring st. l-13-10t
FOR SALE-FIVE-ROOM COTT.-GE. 1631 W.
20th St.; fairly well furnished; price $3000, 1300
down, balance 130 per month. WAYSIDE
PRESS, 837 S. Spring St. 1-13-lOt
FOR SALE—FIVE-ROOM MODERN COT
tage, $1800; »25 cash, $15 monthly. Ten
minutes from Broadway. CONAWAY, 607
Grant Bldg. 1--'
City Lots and Lands
FOR SALELARGE LOT, 60x135, VER
mont avenue. $200 under the market, on
terms, for a few days.
FOR SALE— LOT. 43x140, WITH
windmill; genuine bargain; $800 spot cash
will buy this. Come early, as this will
not last long.
WINSLOW REALTY CO.,
Phone South 83.
•500 Central uvr. l-19-20-23-33-4t
FOR BALI£-EAST FRONT LOT, HIGH
ground, 1U blocks from Wllshlre blvd.;
< 81660. This lot Is $500 under the market
1 OWNER, *«« Douglas Bid*. 1-20-4
V_ FOR SALE
Country Property
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—
PORTERVILLE SECTION
"POPLAR DISTRICT"
160 acres AI alfalfa land: fenced, subirrl
gated, ditch water; take JGOOO. Clear prop
erty. $2000 cash, balance easy. This Is one
of the few first class low priced pieces left
in this rich district. Now In grain.
Also 160 acres flno orange and alfalfa
land; In Brain; smbirrigated; S. E. Lindsay.
Take small suburban Improved acreage part
payment.
MERRILL & FOGG,
Sole Agents,
210 Central Bldg., Sixth and Main.
1-22-2
FOR SALE —
J 160 acres one mile north of Le Grand,
Cal, Merced county, all good land; price
$55 per aero, only IS feet to water, no
alkali or hard pan, sediment soil; $5 per
aero cash, balance four years at 6 per
cent. Don't miss this If you want a good
piece of land that will be worth two or
three times Its present price before the
debt comes due.
GEO. J. SHOr.MIVIIt,
Phone A 2334. «76 Wllcox BId».
1-12-tf
{3300 ONLY—24O ACRES; ABUNDANCE OF
water; two good springs; lots of timber; 100
acres suitable for fruit, corn, grain, alfalfa
or berries; several acres for eucalyptus; use
balance for pasture, chickens, turkeys,
ducks, etc.; twenty stands of bees; 5-room
house, bam, outhouse, well, all fenced; two
county roads pass the place, also right of
way for Purcell road to Escondldo; fine
shooting. No trades considered. Write
GORDON, GOODWIN & CO., 1202 Fourth St.,
Ban Diego, Cal. 1-22-3
BEAUMONT
LAND AND WATER CO.
HAVE MOVED
to suite 310 Central Building.
8. W. corner Sixth and Main streets.
Furniture
EE
SEPARATE LOCKED IRON ROOMS 11.
per month; trunks, boxes, eta, 250 to toe.
Phone tor our large van when you move.
11. 25 per hour.
COLYEAR WAREHOTJBB CO.,
(lt-17-19 Ban Pedro st Main office. Mi
ll a. Main st. Phone Main 1117: FIITI.
s-l-tl
Stocks and Bonds
FOR SALE—IOOO SHARES OF
Provident Gold Mining Stock
at 20c If taken at once.
It. M. RUSSELL, 644 Douglas Bldg.
• 1-20-4
Pianos
BUY A SAMPLE
PIANO
st the wholesale house at about one-halt
price. A large assortment to select from.
'c are Jobbers covering the eight western
states. We will sell to Los Angeles peo
ple pianos at jobbers' prices. We do not
have the retail expense. Call at our office,
room 608 Parmelee-Dohrmann building, 444
South Broadway, and get our prices. It's
worth your whiic.
S. A. Browe <& Co.
444 South Broadway. 1-1-tf
BIG SNAPBEAUTIFUL $450 JACOB
Doll piano for even $200. A splendid
Chase Bros, dark rosewood case, fine tone,
$190. Good square piano, $35.
VAX SANT PIANO CO., 720 S. Broadway.
"Elevator cuts the price." 1-IS-tf
PIANOS AT $3.60 AND $3 PER MONTH;
square pianos of standard makes, in excel
lent condition. Will sell on the above small
payments GEO. J. BIRKEL CO., 145-347
S. Spring st 10-JB-tf
FOR SALE—UPRIGHT PIANO IN FINK
condition; only $100 for Immediate sals.
Call for inspection 413 W. FIFTH BT.
4-ll*tZ
Live Stock
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR DRY COWS,
3 fresh cows. 1628 W. 35th place. 1-22-3
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-$2OO, MANUFACTURING BUSl
ness, horse, wagon and route; also the fur
nituro of 6 rooms, cheap; going east. Ad
dress 203 EAST 27TH ST. 1-22-3
FOR SALE-FIVE-PASSENGER 1909 CHICK
automobile, good as new, on easy payments;
have no use for It. Call, 6 to 7 p. m., 1824
PARK GROVE ST. 1----3
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ATTORNEY3.AT.LAW
BECKER LAW AND COLLECTION AQBn"-
CV—
WE WORK EVERYWHERE.
A well equipped agency; established 1896.
Our >ystem and personal contact with the
people owing money brings the returns,
all manner of claims handled: you pay
us for results only. Phones A 3233; Main
8332. 410-411-413 Henna BUf, 122 W.
THIRD ST. 1--1"10
_ A. LAW AND COLLECTION CO.—NO
fee without success; consultation free; es
tates settled; damage suits, marriage
laws. liens, etc,; attorney and notary. 616
GRANT BLDO. 9-1"1"
E M. WITTE. NOTARY PUBLIC—PEN
sion papers, wills, Insurance and collec
tions negotiated. 244Vj S. BROADWAY.
MARRIAGE LAWS EXPLAINED. QBN
eral practice. Advice free. in moderate.
113 LISSNER BLDO. 12-J»-2mo
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES | 6CHOOLS AND COLLEGES
MISS WING'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
1226 ALVARADO STREET
Day and boarding. All departments from kindergarten to college. Pr»
pares for college and university. Fine school for girls visiting Southern
California for winter to keep abreast of their studies. Piano, elocution,
pottery, etc. Private tutoring. Winter term opens January 3.
MISS ETHELWYN WING, M. A., Principal.
Horn* 63144 Sunset West H4«
%rB(/S/\£SSQLLEG£
la the undisputed leader of Business Educa
tion on the coast It has prepared and placed
In good positions thousands; let It prepare
you. Enroll Monday. Call, write or phone.
F6700; Main ill. I. N. INBKEEP. manager.
614 South Grand aye. (
German, English
Shorthand
by experienced teacher. Terms moderate.
230 W. Jlst st. Phone South 643«. -.■•'. ••-■■■;.;
S^Sjg ART AND DESIGN
Inc. Day and evening classes, students be
gin any time. Special. In illustrating^—
plete art education, or any branch.
* L. E. O MACLEOD. Dlr.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
PERSONAL—
QuzinoE Massage
Cream
Is the result of years or experimenting. We
have brought It to a point where we feel safe
In asserting that there Is no better massage
cream on the market. Take a little of the
cream In thu palm of the hand, add a little
water to thin It; then apply th» cream to the
skin, rubbing, massaging, using a circular mo
tion until all impurities are absorbed ana
rolled out with the cream. This will open
the pores of the skin, giving healthy respira
tion and life; Its dally use cleanses the pores,
softening the skin, leaving a soft, velvety
complexion; In a condition with not a trace
of grease or shine, making the use of face
powders absolutely unnecessary. Our cream
contains no hair-growing or poisonous In
gredients; Is an antiseptic toilet preparation,
compounded to preserve and beautify the com
plexion; maintain the bloom of youth, and to
build up a run-down skin. You will find It
unsurpassed for removing blackheads, moth
patches, chaps, roughness, wrinkles, sunburn
and tans.
Look tor our Quzlnol Signs. All prepara
tions compounded and prepared by us are
guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs
Laws of 1906, Serial No. Z4936.
TROUT COSMETIC CO.
Manufacturers of
QUZINOL COSMETICS
. C Telephone F2613
Room 207 Hamburger Building
Annex.
11-14-su-we-sa-tt
$1.50 PER 1000 FOR REAL BUSINESS
cards; delivered In 24 hours. BROWN
PRINTING CO.. 220 Merchants Trust bldg.
» 11-i-tf
Ulii MASSON. THE NOTED LONDON
palmist, 822 8. SPRING, over Owl drug
store. -a-tf
PROPOSALS
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OF OILED
ROADS
Sealed bids will be received by the cleric
of the board of supervisors of San Mateo
county. California, until February 14, 1910,
for the grading, turnplklng and oiling of
four (4) miles of road, each bid to be ac
companied by a certified check In the amount
of ten (10) per cent of the amount bid and
made payable to the county of San Mateo,
as liquidated damages in the event that the
bidder or bidders fall to enter Into a contract
with good and sufficient bonds, for the faith
ful performance of the work vyithln five (5)
after he award has been made to
them, said contract and bonds to be ap
proved by the chairman of the board of super
visors of San Mateo county, California.
Plans and specifications on file for said work
In the office of the county clerk, Jos. H. Nash,
Redwood City.
P. H. McEVOY,
Chairman of the Board of Supervisors.
j l-13-30t
LEGAL NO TICK
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE
COUNT Si OF LOS ANGELES.—In the matter
of the application of the Overholtzer-Mllls
company tot change of name: Order,
It appearing that a petition duly signed
by a majority of tlie board of directors of the
Overholtzer-Mllls company, of tho city of
Los Angeles, atato of California, has been
tiled with the clerk of said county of Los
Angeles, asking tiia. a change of name of
said corporation to the E. E. Overholtzer
Sons company. It Is hereby ordered and di
rected that all persons Interested in said
matter of change of name appear before the
superior court of the state of California on
the 4th day of February, 1910, at 10 a. m. In
department 8 of said superior court to show
causa why the application for change of
name should not be.- granted; it Is further
ordered that a copy of this order to show
cause be published for four successive weeks
In the Los Angeles Herald, a newspaper of
general circulation printed in the county of
Los Angeles prior t,o the date of said hearing.
CURTIS D. WILBUR,
Judge.
FRANK W. HOVEY, Attorney for Petitioner,
406 Mason Bids. l-8-15-22-29-4t
STOCKHOLDERS' aUUBXIMS
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD
ER OF THE LOS ANGELES TRUST
AND SAVINGS BANK.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Los
Angeles Trust and Savings bank will be
held at the office of the bank, southwest
corner of Sixth and Main streets. In the
city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles,
state of California, on Thursday, January
20, 1910, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpose
of electing a board of directors, hearing
reports of officers and for the transaction
of such other business as may properly
come before the meeting.
JAY SPENCB, Secretary.
1-6-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Lyon-McKJnney-Smlth Co. will he held at
the office of the company. No. 653 South
Broadway, Los Angeles. Cal., Monday,
February Ttli. 1910, at 7:30 p. m., for the
purpose of electing directors for the en
si'ing year and for the transaction of
such other business as may properly
come before such meeting.
J. O. SMITH, Secretary.
Dated Jan 20. 1910. 1-20-10
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
SALT LAKE ROUTE
All trains dally except a* noted.
Leave| First street station. |Arrjv«
8:36 a ' San Bernardino, 8:35 a
11:00 a Colton 10:41 a
l:40p Riverside. 1:26p
(:24p Ontario and 4:26p
Pomona | 6:61p
"(,<;,a • • 8:15 a
k.su« Long Beach ana 11:10 a
l:30p
l:zops San Pedro 7:00p
4:40 ps 8:56»
*j:6oa Santa Catallna Island I 7:uop
*T7lsa Pa»sdena I >:<sa
t:00p Pasadena I 7:10p
•Dully except Sunday. sSunday only.
I Utah-California Special. I
t:oop[ Utah-California Denver, 110:00 a
Salt Lake, Butte, Denver, 110:00 a
| and Chicago. {
M 953-957 W. 7th St.
Knmllmrnts Dally. New Catalogue.
Both phones. F. Brownsherger, Pre*.
6th Floor Hamburger Bldg., I/os Ansel's.
XT*M. C. A.—DAY AMD EVENING COM
merclal, technical, automobile, college pre
paratory and grammar schools now open.
10-1-W
LO3 ANQELES BUSINESS COLLEGE. 411
W. Fifth st. E. R. SHRADER, Ph. D..
president since 1880. 10-17-U
BROWNSBERGER COMMERCIAL COlr
lege. 853-7 W. 7TH. Bend for catalogue. '
10-tfl-tg
DENTISTS ■
DR. nACIIMANN. 205-208 Majestic Theatre
bids., iy3 8. Bdway. 56 _j Main 3818.
DR. G. A. COFFIELD, 214 WRIGHT & CAL
lender Bldg.. hour* 9 to 5. Phone F22OS.
1-14-lmo
DRESSMAKING
RELIABLE DRESSMAKER WIUj SEW BZ
the day In a tew aeleat homes. W. 1917.
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE
BANTA FE V
Leave | I —rrlv>
I Eastern-Calif. Limited.
10:00 am dally. Chicago via Denver 8:00 pa
I and Kansas City |
Overland Express—Dally
8:00 pm Chicago via Denver and l:M ant
Kansas City ' .'O >.--..iw
Eastern Express — Dallyl
7:30 am Chicago via Denver and 7:06 ant
Kansas City
~~~~~~ Kite Shaped— via '
6:30 am Pasadena. Return via 6:89 pm
I Banta Ana canyon |
7:35 am • V 10:00 am
8:30 am Redlands via Pasadena 1:00 pm
3:00 pm ' 6:40 pm
4:30 pm I 7:40 pm
7:30 am I Redlands via Orange 10:35 am
10:65 am | 6:30 pm
I 1:00 pm
7:35 em f Riverside via Pasadena 6:40 pm
7:30 am "^:O5 pm
10:65 am Riverside via Orange 10:36 am
6:05 pm , 6:80 pm
7:30 am ———. ______
10:55 am Corona via Orange 10:36 am
6:01 pm 6:30 pm
7:30 am 7:os"am
10: am San Bernardino via Orange 10:36 am
6:05 pro I 6:30 pm
7:35 am 8:30 am
8:30 am - 10:00 am
10:00 am San Bernardino via Fasa- 4:00 pm
2:011 pm dena ' 6:40 pm
4:30 pm 6:00 pis
6:45 pm
8:00 pm ■ 7:40 pm
8:56 am 6:55 am
2:15 pm Santa Ana 8:25 am
6:05 pm 1:00 pm
11:65 pm I I 6:15 pm
7:30 am 6:55 am
8:55 am 7:05 am
10:66 am Fullerton. Anaheim, 8:26 am
2:16 pm Orange 10:36 am
6:05 pm 1:00 pm
11:65 pm I 6:30 pm
7:35 am San Jaclnto, Elslnore, He- 10:35 am
10:56 am I met and Murletta [ 6:30 pra
10:25 am | Redondo I 4:20 pm
2:15 pm i Escondldo , 1:00 pm
8:55 am Fallbrook ' 6:15 pm
8:55 am San Diego and 6:66 am
1:16 pm Corona Jo Beach 1:00 pm
11:61' pm Surf Line - 6:16 pin
7:30 am Randsburg 7:08 am
8:00 pm I Searchlight anil Chloride j~ 7:05 am
8:00 pm Beatty, Rbyollte. Goldfleld 8:30 asa
and Tonopah J ' :
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
From Arcade station. Fifth and Central aye
_____zzzzzz_______________
B:ooa[San Francisco via Coast Line. 8:30 a
6:15 a San Luis Oblspo, Paso Roblea. l:30p
I:3spDel Monte. Monterey, Santa 9:30 i»
7:30p Cruz, San Jose and east ll:4»p
- San Francisco and Mojave
6:00p Sacramento, Oakland, via 7:95 a
8:30p Bakergfleld and Fresno 6:60 a
7:60 a Fresno 7:05 a
6:00p Bakersneld 8:00 a
9:30p and Mojave 8:00 a
IChlcaeo, Kansas City, St. Louis.
t:4sp| Golden State Limited 6:53u
8:00p The Callfornlan, via T:l6a
Yuma. Benson, -El Paso
Overland—New Orleans via
12:01; Yuma, Benson, Marlcopa, Tuo- 1:10 a
son. El Paso, San Antonio,
Houston ,
13:01p Yuma, Tucson, Benson, 6:30 a
8:00p Lordsburg, Demlng, 7:16 a
6:15p El Paso l:30p
6:45al 8:30 a
8:00 a ■ 11:50 a
8:15 a Santa Barbara x:80a
1:45p and ..- 7:36p
i:36p Ventura • 9:30p
7:80p ('Not Ventura). li:46n
8:15 a Oxnard, Santa Susana, • 8;30a
2:35p Moorpark, * 11:60 a
7:30p • Somls, 2:3oi>
n ",'■ Camarilla. • 7:35 D
(♦Oxnard only). 1i:460
I Santa Paula via Saugus,
6:45 a Camulos, Plru, Flllmore. 11:60 a
l:4sp| Satlcoy, Montalvo, Carpln- 7:35 a
I teria, Summerlaad
B:lsa| Nordholt I l:3op
_Sj3sp| • I 7:35p
7:46 a( |»»:30a
8:55 a Pomona , «7:15 a
l-:olp Colton I 7:16_
>:00p Riverside, Redlands anil j 9:35 a
4:00p San Bernardino ' 11:35 a
6:45p 'Not Riverside, Red- 1:30 d
•8:15p lands or San Bernardino 5:25p
_j 7:10p
S:s3al Covlna ill :15a
6:46p I 7:10p
7:45 a I Chlnd j~9T3 6a
4:oop| I 6:25p
Santa Ana, Anaheim, Downey, j ■ ■.-,.j
B:S5a ■ Norw^lk I 8:30 a
11:15 a ( 2:lii>
l:00pa* Buena Park, West a* i:00p
6:10p Anaheim, West Orange . j 4:toa
•Downey only • f
B:6sa|- Newport Beach | 4:50p
6:6sa|a Los Alamitoa aj 4:609 •
9:45a| Brawley, Imperial. I 6:30 a
B:l6p| El Centre Calexlco | t:6ip
8:05»| " San Pedro-Comptoa • 111:45 a
3:3op|* ' ♦Via Long Beach I 8:35p
• :06a* Long Beach-Compton |H:4sa
3:30p "Via Ban Pedro *l 6:35p ;
"9:OSaT Santa CatalTna Island I 6;35Pj
<:45a [ 1 7:05 a
1:50 a ' Fernanda * 8:40 a >
1:45p |ll:6»a
6:00p ■ 'Motor 7:35p
»:30c - - ■ ■ I »:'»>
i:Boaa Chats worth Park. (Bee a) 3:4»»
note).. (Note—To ' and from
River station only). ■ ' I t
All trains dally exoept those, marked as,
follows: "a" Sunday* excepted; "b" Sundal*
only.
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