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YOO°YE TRIED ©TMEIRS—TDSY MEEHLID WHIT P£[email protected]
FOR RENT
ATAKTMENTB— KIIRNISIIED AND
UMtiItMHUKI)
Hotel Seville
782-714 8. FLOWER ST.
One of the nneat family hotels In Uw eU».
Newly furnished throughout; steam heati
kot and cold water; electric lights; Huroptan
plan. Only a short walk from Broadway.
Phones: Main M 18; FU3B. 4-1-tl
HOTEL CENTRO
S4IH 3. Spring i!*.. Just opened. Kverythlng
now, Convonlent to all depots. 50s to II.DQ
per day; 11.10 to 85 per weak.
7-6-17t
The St. Regns
Ilousekeepng apartments, 237 So. Flower st.
Main 2290; A 7330. Near business center; at
tractive building, cool porches, room phones,
clean, nicely furnished apartments, $12.50
to $25.
Klnirle rooms «3.50. $1 weekly; $8,110 to
$15 monthly. 7-2-lmo
- M-RNISItEP
GIRARD HOUSE
116 B. THIRD ST.
180 all outside rooms; 80 with prlval*
bath; central location; elevator s»f-vlce;
eteam »eat: rates as low a> 116 month:
with private bath. $25. Mam SI«30; lion;
10»61. t-U-tt
HABBON HALL HOTEL
83014 South Spring st. Large, clean, well- \
furnished rooms; rates by week. $2 to $4;
month. 87 to >H; d:iy, f.Oc. 7:.c, 81. 7-12-m
MONEY TO LOAN
MONK* TO LOAN •
S. j.f.00 to loan on real estate, city or coun
try, B to 7 per cent, amounts to suit.
MOTKR & QII.HKRT, 302 11. W. Hellman
Bldg. Home phone A 8327; Main »474.
IV YOU OWN A GOOD LOT WB WILL
take a 3-year mortgage for tho price of
the house at 7 per cent Interest, no com
' mission. Plans free. E. S. WILLIAM
SON CO.. 202-204 Grant 8'fc..,,,.,^.,^
7-19-20-21-22-U
SALARY LOANB. CHATTEL LOANS.
Bee US before you borrow money on sal*
■ ary or furniture. GREAT WESTERN
INV. CO. (Inc.), Sl2 Qrosse Bldg., cornet
Sixth and 6.->rlng. F8848; Mala 4928.
MC JEY TO LOAN—SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. SOriUKK.N CREDIT CO.. 411 O. T.
Johnson Bldg. ; 3-14-tf
R. W. POINDEXTER. 40» WILCOX BLDO.,
.11l loan you what you need on real es
tate, stocks and bonds. Building loans a
laity. J 6-9-tf
WONKY loa:;kd ON diamonds, FURNI
-ture, pianos and any kind of security; low
rates. JOHNSON, 838 11. W. Hellman Bldg.
8-18-
TO LOAN—SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED
tape; without security; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANCIE, 41* Uenne Bldg.
10-4-tt
1-OANS-WB LOAN MONEY ON REAL K3
tate; low Interest, easy payments.
A. S. RUDELL. 811 Mercantile I'lace.
B-J9-tf
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY
until you see me. F. A. NEWTON. 70S
O. T. Johnson Bldg. 7-9-lmo
PRIVATE MONEY, I TO 7 PER CENT.
LOCKHART 4 SON, 601 H. W. Hellman
■ Bldg. A 7652. 3-10-tf
$600 TO 810.000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.
T. L. O'BRIEN * CO., Jefferson and Main.
11-11
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
EPECI AL " INVEST'iaATIONB — rERSONAIT
Injury claims specialty; »ni-i settled, i.
W. MACY. 818 Doualaa bids. Phonss AtUl.
Main 8633. ' t*
COCHRAN'S LAW OFFICE, 60l BRAD
bury Bldg., Third and Broadway. F4966.
ALL KINDS ef law business. Evening
consultations If desired. 7-14-7
DIVORCE LAWS OF NEVADA AND OTHER
states free on request. BOX Ml. aoldfleld.
Nevada. 6-9-tf
BATHS
REMEMBER THE NUMBER. U«H SOUTH
Spring, suite 8.; chiropody, electricity, mas-
I sage, vapor and shower baths. 0-5-tf
SCIENTIFIC MASSAOB, CHIROPODIST*
baths. JEAN LUNN. CIS S. Broadway.
8-17-tl
BATHS AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT. 213
S. BROADWAY. ROOM 220. a-S4-*mo
PATENTB — PATENT ATTORNEYS
piON^EIT?ATENT^AaENCYT hazard
BTRAUSE. ESTABLISHED 82 YEARS.
American and foreign patents secured and
trade marks registered, j PATENT LITI
GATION. 639 Citizens National Bank
Building, Third and Main. Home A 1493;
Main 2522. PATKNT BOOK FREE.
3-S-tf
I'ATENTS AND TRADEMARKS. ALL COUN
trles. A. H. LIDDERS, patent lawyer and
solicitor, 61i Am. Bank Bldg., 2d and Spring.
NO PATENT, NO PAT. ATTORNEY FBB
cut Vi- 8. O. WELLS. 634 Germain bldg.
. S-!5-tf
CESSPOOLS
1.-rERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPING CO.—
take out largest load. West 5396: 22040.
8-10-tC
■^fttm^Jp "A wart on the back of your neck Is « ml*hty
iSsv^yO convenient thing, especially when you have mls
j*e£f!s' 'St/eSsl* placed your collar button," said Uncle Fuller. "Still,
/fJt&*SSM/^m nt tlle *aIUO timo the wart "** not place<l there
B(ESfW 1 ' vj^9»\ f "r thlU p"r!">se - Tue l'ollar button Is ItaUy the
1 ivS^wA^J^fVi dependable thine after all."
J||||j^ Its ■ Just So with
W^^P' Advertising
There are lots of ways and means of advertising, some good, some bad,
others Indifferent, but the dally newspaper ls the one real-for-sure de
pendable advertising medium. Why.? Simply because you are not com
pelled to ask people to read the news and the ads.---THEY WANT TO
DO IT. - *
You Can Lead a Horse to Water
— B.ut You Can't Make Him Brink
You can use hand bills as your medium until you are black In the
face and your total result will be a printer's bill. _ . .
You need advertising that pays for Itself and helps you to make a
profit from what you have to sell. y
The 'Newspaper Is the Thing
Another thing to remember— There is a question of quality of
circulation to be taken into consideration when you place your
advertising.
The Herald Stands
for Quality
FOR SALE . '.
SIIHt'RIIAN PROPERTY
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ <f>
I $So€> 1
I Orchard i
\ Dale I
% Acres <»
</> «»
Z Honest Values «
** Invest your monry In beautiful
</> RiiHt Whlttirr, B, 10 anil l»-acre
.^ tracts. Co out and see the new w
** orrlianl* being planted. Two-
(/> year-old ore hnrils aril at $1800
,v» per acrei 4 anil B-year-oid orch- •€»
ards $3000 to $3500 per acre. .yj
W Hi
t«. W» con positively show you
fi _ where you can clear $800 per aero •€/>
*** In two yearn. One-fourth rash, ,-_
tf> balance long time nt low Inter- v
te st. Come prepared to buy and </>
" see this beautiful spot. <rt
«► „
(A OBCnARD nAI.B—An Ideal w
home villa. Subdivision overlook- </}
*** Init mountain, valley and sea. Ah- „,
fy> solutely frostless, rich silt soil, OT
abundance free water; 100,000
** worth nt Improvements given to
<y> Its purchasers. . *"
SEE ORCHARD DALE <«
** early and buy the cream *°
<a ■ ■»»
of Southern California. <»
Z Davison, «
Z Smith \jj
2 & Mizener . %
iA OWNERS. <n
■w 218-219 Pac. Elec. Bldg.
Z Phone A 3617 •»
-_ <f*
m Daily ex. au tf
WITH
CHARLES MASON
will makfl a real estate Investment; $10 a
month will hold It for certain profit In
San Pedro
LOS ANGELES' $16,000,000 HARBOR
the only guaranteed city la the world.
I'hone F2334, Broadway 4762, or write 202
Security Bldg., Los Angeles, corner Fifth
and Spring streets, or 117 W. Sixth street.
San Pedro, Cal.
CHARLES MASON
7-16-tu-th-sat-sun-tf
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN PARK
For a short time all lots $250
$5 DOWN, $1 A WEEK
No Interest, No Taxes.
W. W. NORTON & CO.
415 South Hill St.
Phone Main 8774. • T-13-tf
ON THE VENICE SHORT LINB —$1600—
= xIBJ, well located, eQual to four lots,
next to new Venice boulevard; Just the
place for rambling California bungalow.
GKOHGE J. COTE. -JO H. A?. Holtman
nidg. Main 8684; A 5161. 7-li-33t
IMPKIUAIi YAIXEY
FOR SALE-GOOD FIVE-ACRB CHICKEN
ranch In San Luis Oblspo county; good soil;
almost new 7-room house, fine well, wlnd
i 111 and tank, good sized barn; only few
blocks from good school and railway station;
In best of climate; will go for 11800 In next
30 days.
I have also
FOR SALE OR EXCHANOB
Town property, ranches, large and small,
walnut orchards and eucalyptus lands, all In
San Luis Oblspo county.
For further particulars call on or address
D. B. MEAD, Westgate, Cal. 7-17-lmo
ruimixma '
lIFARATI LOCKKB IRON BOOMS, $».»•
per month. Trunks, boxes, eta. l»o to 10a
Phone (or our larg* van Wilts »o» neve.
JI.IS J.er hour.
COLTSAR WAREHOUBB CO»
- tll-IT-lt Can Pedro st. Main office Sti>ll
■. M«ln st. l'hou. Main till; rim.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TTESDAY MORNING, JULY 10. 1010.
FOR SALE
HOIISRS
CITY—FOR SALE
New 9 Modern and Strictly
Down to Date
By
The Largest Co-operative Build'
ing Company in the World
Builder and Owner.
These Choice Homes Are Located Upon Our
College Tract ami Annex
And contain all of the most modern Interior finish and conveniences, as hari
wood floor", beam., plate rail, buffet, beautiful fireplace, bookcases, buffet
kitchen, screen porch, decorated and tinted walls, cement porch, gas. electrlo
Ugh'B and sewer, lawns made, shade trees, etc.
Each home buyer Is given the free use of and option upon the adjoining va
cant lot for two years at present price. t
A FEW PRICES
$2925 —Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
$3100 —Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
$3850 —Modern 5-Room Bungalow.
$3400 —Modern 6-Room Bungalow.
$3500 —Modern 6-Room Bungalow.
$4100 —Modern 7-Room Bungalow.
$5000 —Modern 7-Room Bungalow.
$5700 —Modern 8-Room Bungalow.
AH "upo/'emr rent-paying terms. Monthly payments Including Interest In
surance and taxes.
OR WILL BUILD TO SUIT
Upon the umi terms.
Onuid'avenue'car marked West 48th street direct to the tract.
Our auto» in waiting at our Hill street office every day except Sunday.
Have prop«rtles In all sections of the city.
DEEBLE TRACT SPECIALS
Hooper aye. car on Spring st. to J6th st.
$2350 —Modern 6-room bungalow.
$2500 —Modern B-room bungalow.
$100 cash. $25 a month.
Call and let us show you some of our choice nomee.
Los Aigeles livcstmcnt Co.
Main 2248 333-337 S. HILL ST. 60127
COUNTKST PROPERTY
SACRAMENTO - VALLHIS IRRIGATED
lands. The largest Irrigation project In
California. The most valuable water right
In the world, granted by special act ot
congress.
Irrigating an area from 4 to II miles
wide and 70 miles Jong In Glenn and
Colusa counties; 150 miles northeast of
Ean Francisco; 85 miles north of Sacra
mento. Both river and rail transporta
tion. Roads graded around each quarter
Mctlon. Water delivered to' the highest
boundary of each 40. Complete drainage
•ystem. Most perfect system of irrigation
ever undertaken. No pioneering sjo be
cone. Good towns, with telephones, elec
tricity, schools, churches; $123 an acre,
Including perpetual water right; $15 an
acre cash, balance In ten annual pay
ments. No land sold to speculators—
actual settlers—tillers of the soil wanted.
This ls a Kuhn project. The Kuhns do
veloped the Twin Rails region In Idaho
and their previous signal achievements of
this kind lnmiro the success of their lat
est and greatest undertaking. SACRA
MENTO VALLEY IRKiaATION CO..
W S. Kuhn. President. The Kubn Cali
fornia Project. Vernon J. Barlow. Resi
dent Manager. SOi Central Bldg.. Los
Angeles. CaL ''1-u
INCOME TROPERTT
FOR EXCHANGE . .
A H-acre orange and walnut grove, an In
come property; every foot of the soil good
and v.-ry productive; ltt ' acres 5-year-old
Valenclas, 6 acres S-year-oUI Valenclas, B
acres full bearing walnuts, deciduous fruit
for family uso, good 4-roora Cal. house, good
large barn, chicken houses. 6 shares of water
Btock; also water from a largo pumping,
plant- a good cow, a lot of chickens and all
farm Implements; located near a good town
B0 minutes from Los Angeles; price $12,600;
one-half cash, and will take good city prop
erty for the balance.
It you want a good income property inves
tlBal THE SL. A. EVANS COMPANY,
412 Henne Bldg..
123 West Third St. 7-10-1
is it"cheap.
I ——
____ "v.
when you can buy It for $700 cash, other
half long time, and get «40 acres of the
nest level land In Riverside county with
water finest soil, perfect title; only $2.23
per acre, near railroad; no alkali; yes, it
la cheap! And you know it. If you don't
we can show you.
California" land co.
641-2 San Fernando Building.
=
7-U-3
32 9 000 Acres
$20 PER ACRE
Elegenat farming land and pasture land.
Beautifully locattd. Biggest snap In CaII
'cHRISTiANSEN & STAIR
. Phona KlO7. 3M Stimson Bldg.^
rOH SALK-PERRIS VALLJBY.
Choice alfalfa lands. (40 mere.; v.ater guar
anteed; big snap at $f*.
STACY REALTY CO., 631 B. Spring St.,
f:US, or STACY-WAGNEH CO.. Rlver
slde. T-li-U
FOR SALE GHKAP-LOT 18. BLOCK 5, OF
Torthorwald tract, one ot tho best situated
lots in the tract. I. O. SMART, Box 4«
Sunland, Cal. , 7-18-1*
FOR SALE
HOPBM
COUNTRY PROPERTY
IMPERIAL VALLEY RANCH—ISO ACHES
NEAR BRAWI.EY, ON THE SOUTHERN
PACIFIC RAILROAD, NEAR STATION.
ALL UNDER IRRIGATION. LEVELING
AND DITCHES COMPLETE. IN FIRST
CLASS SHAPE FOR BARLEY. ALFALFA
OR OTHER CROPS. 30 ACRES IN AS
FARAOVB. ALSO A NURSERY BED OF
FINE ASPARAGUS ROOTS. GOOD NEW
HOUSE. CORRAL, HORSES AND IM
PLEMENTS. 134 SHARES OF WATER
STOCK. A SPLENDID PROPOSITION.
MAKE ME AN' OFFER. ACT QUICKLY.
OWNER 513 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
ASS2O. Main 1760. ■ 7-13-tu-nu-tf
. CITY LOTS AND LANP3
FOR SALE —GOOD RESIDENCE LOT. N.
W. corner 57th aye and a:.lama, at..
Highland Park; street work, sidewalks
and sewer all paid for; tine bungalow
site. Can arrange terms. *Mlght consider
good exchange. Address
OWNER
1543 North Hoover. 7-15-tf
POULTRY. BIRDS, DOGS, SCI'PMKS
FOR SALIS-1 FINE THOROUGBRED
Barred Rock cock bird and few hens same
breed; all good strain, prolific layers; will
sell male bird with or without hens or will
exchange for pullots, frycra or broilers. These
birds me splendid breeders, but owner must
re.lluce stock. Also have a. few fancy young
cockerels at reasonable prices. 1543 NORTH
HOOVER. T-IT-t f
PIANOS
PIANOS AT II 10 AND S3 PER MONTH.
Square pianos of standard m&rkea In «•
celled condition. Will nil on the above
•mall payments. QEO. J. IUKKUI. CO..
145-347 S Spring »t 10-t»-tl
A. G. GARDNER, 118 WINSTON ST. PIANOS
sold, rented, tunod; very low rates. 7-10-3flt
HOUSES
FOR SALE-^~~
High-Class Bungalows
ONLY $150 DOWN ,
BALANCE LIKE RENT.
Hnndsomu 6 und 7-room, strictly modern,
new Bungalow; large lot that commands an
uninterrupted vluw of the surrounding hills
and mountains; cement porch and steps,
large veranda, waxed oak and maple floors
throughout; woodwork In 1 lemlsh oak finish;
dainty living room, with built-in scats and
bookcases, handsoma brick mantel and
lighting fixtures equal in elegance and do
sign to those found in $B'WO residences; built
in buffet 8 feet wide; leather panullng In
living room and dlnlns room: an Ideal
French kitchen, equlpptd with cupboards,
.flour bins and drawers; screon purch and
laundry tray; bath with lavatory and con
veniently built-in drwlng can.; bedrooms
also have built-in dressers, large bevuled
plate glass mirror; latest sanitary plumbing;
hardwood In bedrooms, bath and kitchen
whits enamel; in fact, every ona of its
rooms haa now and interesting features,
and the living rooms are so coaily arranged:
gas electric lights, lawn and shade trees
also in Thane houses have been carefully
built by day labor and are delightful hornet.
You will agree with me if you sea theia.
OWNER
615 N New Hampshire
Heliotrope drlva cur to Clinton ay«.. go
east two block*.
7-10-1
TOR SALE-LKAV-ING THE CITY, WANT
to soli my beautiful live-room modern bunga
low furnlshol: must ba sold by August 1;
house and furniture all in flr*t class
tion: house has been built only 3 years and
haa had good care; lot 40x136 feet; good b»rn;
price J3500; gas, electric lights, tolephono,
fine ga» range and good piano in house.
F. A. BUELOW
349 Wllcox Bldg.
Main 6913, AS22B. 7-17-19-;0-3t
FOR SAMS—-RESIDENCE. MODERN. S
rooms, I sleeping porchea, Wcstlako dis
trict, lot 60x150. aast front, high ground.
Bfutlt three years. Occupied by owner.
Call HOME PHONE 616'J1. 7-13-7
FOR SALE
HOKSK.S
SNAP
6-Room Bungalow
$75 CASH
AS UOOD AS NEW MODERN 8-ROOJ»
BUNGALOW.
Buffft, fireplace, cabinet kitchen, i"*'»
porch, bath, toilet, tinted wallj. beautiful
•trut.
Hooper «vf. car line on 16th st.
THIS IS A GENUINE BARGAIN.
Price' »2MO-J24 a Month.
LO^ ANGELES
INVESTMENT COMPANY
333-337 S. Hill St.
Main 12*%. "UI.
LARGEST CO-OPERAITVB BUILDINO CO.
IN THE WORLD.
7-17-6t
WE WOULD LIKB A CHANCE TO FlG
ure with you on that house you aro going
to builrl. Call an.l look over our plans of
modern bunsalows. We are an old es
taMisliirl firm and all we aak 1» a ohanco
to fieure with you. Plans and money
furnished free if we build. E. 8. WIL
LIAMSON CO.. 203-4 Grant Bldg. 7-19
FOR PORTABLE HOUSE, 18x25; FIN'B
condition. Low price for Immediate sale;
cash or terms. SOUTH 2589. or P. O. BOX
1103. Huntlngton Park. l-M-tl
inSCELLAXEODS
FOR SALE— DOCTOR'S OFFICE OF OSTEO
pathy and chiropractor; everything up to
date; doing a good business; must leave
city. ' 331H 8. Bprlng St.. Room 8. 7-16-tf
FOR SALE-MEMBERSHIP IN L. A. A.
Club, |70i party leaving city. Address BOX
260, Herald. ■ 7-15-10t
FOR BALE—FIRE-PROOF SAFE CHEAP.
ANDERSON. 112 N. Main st 6-U-tt
FOR EXCHANGE
REAL ESTATB
EXCHANGE
Alfalfa—
5 acras of cood loam soil with water
stock for Irrigation, not far from Los
Angeles, in frostless section on high
ground. New bungalow, barn. etc. Al
falfa, fruit and garden. MAKES A
PRETTY COUNTRY HOME WITH AN
INCOME.' Price only 14500; easy terms.
or will exchange for vacant lots, or house
and lot, clear, near Agricultural park,
Los Angeles.
resh & McCarthy co.
624 Hellman Building,
411 S. Main St.
7-19-1
FOR EXCHANGE—CLEAR LOT AT RE
DONDO FACING THE OCEAN. FINb
VIEW. FINE FOR APARTMENTS.
THREE BLOCKS FROM CITY HALL.
WOULD EXCHANGE FOR LOT AT
GLENDALE, TROPICO, HUNTINGTON
PARK OR CITY. VALUE »900. AD
DRESS BOX 564. HERALD. 7-14-tf
WE HAVE AN EQUITY OF J7OO IN 640
acres of land In the most fertile valley of
Southern California. Will ejcrhange for va
cant or Improved property In L A. or vicin
ity. CALIF. ■ LAND CO.. 641-2 San Fer
nando Bldg. -173
FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE. WE
do. Large list to choose from. What have
you
BEE LUNDEEN FOR HOMES CO.,
Suite 233 Central Bldg., 6th and Main 1 ? t' mo
FOR EXCHANGE—A CLEAR LOT AT
COLTON CAL., VALUE 1300. FOR
DIAMOND. RUNABOUT OR WHAT AD
DRESS BOX 534. HERALD. 7-14-tf
FOR EXCHANGE-WB CAN EXCHANGE
your property, no matter where located.
6LACK 4 COMPANY, 41S-20 Grant Bldg.
6-19-30
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR EXCHANGE—RAMBLER AUTOMO
biIe In fine running order for lot worth
(1000; also good inside property near
Southern Pacific desot for walnut grove
from $15;ooo to J20.000 from owner.
PHONB TEMPLE 1670. 7-19-3
WILL TRADE STOCK IN BISHOP CRBEK
Oold company and other mining »tock tot
■toclc In California Wav« Motor company
(R«ynold«>. BOX Ui. Herald. 6-Hl-U
WHAT HAVE YOU TO EXCHANGE FOR A
good 45-70 SprlngUeld rifle? Address BOX 201
Herald office. i-a-tt
FOR EXCHANGE—A GOOD 45-70 RIFLE FOR
a good shotgun, or what hay» you? Address
BOX 2u3 Herald office. *-» »
FOR EXCHANGB-A GOOD 46-70 RIFLB
for a g.ood shotgun, or what hay* youT Ad
dress BOX 203, Herald. «-29-tt
CHEAP JOHN BUYS AND SELLS EVERY
thlng. Address 71' i I?. FIFTH BT. 6-2;-lmo
TYPEWRITERS
But Walk Direct Upstairs to
24415. Broadway
where you will find
Baker Hoey Typewriter Co.
selling all makes of typewriters
at less than one-half manufactur
er's price. We'll also rent you
the machine of your choice at
SUMMER RATES.
This Should Interest You
, B-iO-lmo
ALL MAKES IUSSUILT TYPEWRITERS.
Prices lowest In th» city.
Regular |3 rental machines reduced to $2.61
month, or threo months for 15.
LOS ANGELES TVI'KWKITKK EXCHANGB
Branch
AMERICAN 'lUTING MACHINE CO..
AilllS. 138 '■'• Broadway. Main 3961.
l-l-tt
TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT AND RJSNTEU
All make* guaranteed; repairing. BAKIUt.
lIOEV CO. (Inc.) SS»*Vi Ho. Broadway.
Main 4111)1: AW». 10-»l-tt
ASSAYING
JOHN HERMAN, 85HV4 8. Main. Not satin
faction, but accuracy iruuriuitted. 13-32-tf
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I Leading Ladies College of the Southwest: In Patronage, in Enrollment, in the Fine
i Arts, in Location, ff For catalogue, address the president.
' ' MRS. L. A. KiDD-KEY, PRESIDENT
! E. L. SPUHLOCK. A, B. Z. M. WILLIAMS, A. M.. O. O.
, business Manage* ASSOCIATE PREaiOENT
i ' SHERMAN, TEXAS
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Summer SCHOOL
College of Fixe Arts. XJ. S. C\
All branches fine and applied arts. Catalog on request.
W. L. JUDSON, Dean.
rir|-3rwwTl>^i German, English
wA^^^^Jd Shorthand
Business College. Northeast corner Bl_btb by rxperiescea teaohar. Term* maa.*a*+
and Hill streets. 10700; Mum 511. 110 W. list it. Pnona Bonth Ml*. |
SEND FOB FULIi INFOBSIATION. HAVE TOU SEEN OUR DAT BCHOOL. CAT-
— alogua descrlblnir bookkeeping; and ahortha—4
A COURSE IN A LOCAL DRAMATIC "■""' V" M O. A. 6_Wi
school; will make large discount. Address LOR ANOELB3 n'JSINESS COtXEOB. 411
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■ 7-17-5 president alnca lttO. 10-11-M
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gives to the world greatest Invention of century, to protect banks and Individuals
against forging and check raising. Prevents crime, and of vital Interest to com
mercial world. FflEB PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION THIS WEEK AT «2* SOUTH
MAIN STREET.
gAMI'LE CHECK PROTECTED BY MACHINE SKNT FBEB.
1 Cut out coupon and return,
NATIONAL CASn PROTECTOR CO., 220 I. W. nellman Bid*., Ix>» Angeles, C»J.
I wish to protect my bank account and the public, therefore would Ilka to
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SPECIAL NOTICES
Your Eyes
This 1b your opportunity 10 have your eyes
examined by a well known speciallit. To
those presenting this notice at 328 Security
Building, Dr. Jesberg extends th» courtesy
of free examination and consultation. This
will not obligate you to buy glasaea.
RELIABLE OPTICAL CO..
828-829 SECURITY BLDG.
FIFTH AND SPRINO. THIRD FLOOR.
B-11-tt
YANKEE WATCH FREE
to every boy and girl In Los Angeles. Call
243 B.■ Bprin« AKEi|! owwp _ B ' T . 17 . M
WANTED-^LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
clothing. Positively highest prices paid.
MAIN 3597; F693«. «-2G-Hmo
CLOSING OUT 2500 GALLONS OF CAR
rara paint, $160 per gallon. SHEEHAN'S.
too S. Broadway. »-15-li
DAVIES BAR ft COLL. ASS'N. 621 CHAM
of Cnm.: open pv«^: advice free; notary. 7-6-tf
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
FOR SALE—MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS^-
Take advantage of the opportunity which
wa offer you to secure a fine $375 piano,
guaranteed for 10 years, at the excep
tionally low price of $277.50; $5 down
and f1.2'5 per week, no Interest; money
back if not aa represented. Life insur
ance feature. Call or write for our free
booklet which explains this offer In de
tail FITZGERALD MUSIC CO., 55S S.
nroadway. 7-18-tf
BUSINESS PERSONALS
MRS 11ASSON. THE NOTED LONDON
palmist, iii a SPRING, over Owl drug
store. H-28-tt
LEGAL NOTICES
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGNOTICE.
To the stockholders of the Western Trust
Company, Los Angeles, Cal.:
Notlco Is hereby given that tho annual
meeting of the stockholders of your com
pany will be held Monday, August 1, 1910,
at the offices of the company, 111 West
Fourth street, at 3 o'clock p. m. All stock
holders are requested to be represented,
either In person or by proxy.
By order of the Board of Directors of tho
Western Trust Company.
J. S. TORItANCE, President.
Morgan Adams. Secretary. 7-1 C to 8-1 lnc
"railway time table
BANTA FE
' Lbsjws I ~ ____ —trt—»
Eastern—California Limited, "
MsW am dally, Chicago via Denver 1:00 pa
and Kansas City
"~~~~~ Overland Express— ~~"~~~~
1:00 pm Chicago via Denver and 1:80 am
Karmaa City
~ Eastern Express—Dally "" ~~~~~~~
T:M am Chicago via Denver and 7:05 an
Kansas City
—■"—"" Tourist Flyer—Dally ———.
1:00 am Chicago via Denver ar.d lilt am
Kan-aa City
"" ~~~~~~ Kite Shaped—Going via "
1:10 am Pasadena. Return via t:M pn
Santa Ana canyon
7:35 »m ~~ 110:00 am
t:*o am Redlands via Pasadena l:«t) pro
1:00 pm 6:40 pm
4:80 pm , 7:40 pm
TTso am Redlands via Orange 10:35 am
KM am 6:30 pm
_____ "| 1:00 pm.
T:M> am Riverside Yla Pasadena 6:40 pn
7:30 ami ~ ~T7:05 pm
M:66 am Riverside via Orange 10:35 am
l:_ pm <:3° P1"
7:10 am 7:08 sm
10:66 am Corona via Orange 10:36 am
6:06 pm 4:30 pm
7:30 ami ! 7:05 in '
10:65 am San Bernardino Tl* Ot«n—t U>;M un
6:06 pm 6:10 pm
7:36 ami ' ~ •:*> *»
1:80 am !•:<» al
10:00 am Ban Bernardino via Faaa- 4:00 pn
»sOO pm deoa *» 6:40 pm
4:30 pm *'M P»
i:46 pm
1:00 pm J:« l»»
1:65 am *M am
1:16 pm Bant- 1:25 am
fM pm i'?» P»
11:65 pm ' I •ISjHD
"7"So"am "" J.E6 ani
8:65 am 7:06 am
10:66 am rulierton, Anaheim. 8.26 am
1:16 pm Orange 10:36 am
IK« pm *;£ P»
il-M pm ii**_?__
rST-mrßan Jaclnto, Blslnore. He- 10:86 am
io!66am met and Murietta 6:80 pn
10:28 am "~~"~~" Redonda _______ _i*?J >_|
|:Ucra Bscondido Ti:oo pm
• : 55 am Fallbrock 1:15 pm
1!65 am Ban Diego and }:55 am
116 pm Coronado Baaoa 1:00 pn
_:_ pm Burf Line l:l> pn
tijo am gand burg 1j» an
Y_# __I —Bearchllsrht and Chloride 7:05 aim
IsSssb »saUy. Rhyolli, OoldO__ lilO •_)
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SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
BARGAINS IN SODA FOUNTAINS PA
CIFIC COAST SODA FOUNTAIN FAC
TORY. 133 E. Fourth Bt. 6-29-tt
STORAGE
LXuuET^KuvA^-^TCoc^B^pniolJ^uooMa
for furniture, etc; $1.50 and 82 per month*
Trunks, boxe;, etc., 250 to 50c; open vans.
(6 per day, or 75c per hour. We pack and
b- 'p household goods everywhere at re
duced rates. COLYEAR'B VAN AND STOR.
AGE CO., offices 509-11 B. Main St. Ware
house 416-17 San Pedro St. Phone* F2171;
Main 1117. 8-25-tl
HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVED IN MOC
trn van*. Shipped, stored In clean ware
houses. Private rooms. Coal and wood.
BHATTUCK & NIMMO. Ninth and Ala
meda streets. 1-su-tu-w-fr-tf
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
BOUTHERN PACIFIC
From Arcade Station. Fifth and Central a—C
Leave | [ _xrlv»
l:uu am SiUl Fra-ulsco via Uoast Line, 8:45 am
9:30 an
8:15 am San Luis Oblspo, Paso Robles. 2:30 pn
1:80 pm Del Monte, Monterey, Santa 9:80 pn
1:15 pm Cruz, San Jose and east ll:4i pn
8:00 pm
Ban Francisco and Mojave
t:tO pm Sacramento, Oakland, via 7:08 ai_
9:20 pm Bakersneld and Fresno 8:1S ana
7:30 am Freuu 1 7:06 am
1:00 pm Bakersaeld . IHM aoj
»:ao Pm and_MoJave> 8:20 pn
Chicago. Kan, city, dt. Louis
9:45 pm Golden Stats Umlted l:Hpa
8:00 pm Ihe Callfonlian. via 7:15 pa
1 Yuma, Benson. El Paso
Overland—New Orleans via "
U:01 pm Yuma, Benson, Marlcopa, Tuc- IJO sjs)
son. £U Paso, San Antonio.
j Boos ton I -,
12.01 rin Yuma, Tucson, Benson I 1:30 am
8:00 pm Lordsburg, Demlng, I 7:lß<va
7:<in pm El Paso [ 1:30 pm
• am 8730 an
*:00 am _,o am
1:15 am Banta Barbara 2:30 pn
J:« Pm aad 7:35 pm
2:35 pm Ventura • t:3O pm
7:30 pm (*Not Ventura) 11:46 pn
8:15 aiJi Oznard, Santa auaana, '• 8:30 „_
S:SS pm Moorpark, • 11:60 an
s;so pm Bomla, 1:30 pn
Camarlllo . • 7:35 pn
COxnard only) 11:44 pn
Banta Paula via Saug-ua,
6:45 am Camuloa, Plro, Flllmore. 11:60 aoj
1:46 pmf Batlcoy, Montalvo, Carpln- 7:32 pm
J terla, Summerland
8:15 am Nordhoft ' 2:M pm
.2_?_pm____ I 7:35 pm
7:45 am ~""~ • 6:30 am
•:65 am Pomona • 7:15 am
12:01 pm Coltoa 7:15 am
1:00 pm Riverside Redlands and i:35 am
4.-CM pin Ean Bernardlao 11:35 an
tso pm ('Not Riverside. Redlands 1:30 pm
• ii pm • or Ban Bernardino) 6:25 p _
1 ; \ 7:10 pm
8:65 am Coviua U:SS am'
«=<S pml Jjil?-1
7:45 ami Chlno ™ I 35 am
4:00 pm| 5 : 25 pn
Sauta Anu, Anaheim, Downey '
8:55 am and Morwalk 8:30 as)
11:15 am , 2:15 pn
1:00 pm a' Buena Park, West a* 3:00 pn
C:JO pm Anaheim. West Orange 4:6*) yai
| ('Downey only)
t:55 am Niwport Beach | 4:60 pm
8:65 am|a Uis Alamltos a| 4:50 pm
9:45 am Brawley, ImperlaX I 6:90 am
7:00 pm[ El Centro. Calexlco ) 6:55 pn
t:H ami Baa Pedro-Compton • 11:4} an
3.80 pmi» i*Vla Long Beach) I 6:35 pm
9:05 ami' Long Beach-Cojnptoa 111:45 am
. .8:30 pm| ('Via Ban Pedro) | 6:35 pn
a:)ia «mI Santa Catallna laianT | o:3a pin*
6:46 am 7:06 aa'
7:60 am •■ Fernando • 8:40 aa
1:4.. pn 11:50 an
6:00 pm ('Motor) 7:35 pm
9:30 pm | 5:00 pm
B:auam[a Chatsworth Park. (S«» a 3:4* pot
I note). (Note—To and from
1 River itatlon only.) •
All trains dally except" Vnbaa marked as tnl
lows: "a" Sunday* oxcepted; "b" Sunday*
only. ________
SALT LAKE ROUTE
All tra^n.' dally except a3 noted.
s Sunday only, w Week,,, days only.
Leave" I First Street Station Arrive
iihOO am Los AnKeles Limited 4:30 pm
8 pm Overland Expreu S:O0 an
Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul,
Omaha. Kansas City. D. n
ver and Salt Ijike. .~1
815 am Sun Bernardino, 8:00 am
j; . am Colton, 8:35 am
3:40 pm Riverside, 10:41 am
1:26 pm
|:M p_ Ontario and 6:15 pm
8; 0 pm Pomona 7:10 pn
6:45 ami ~~~~ I »:1" am
8:10 am s ii«»
8:50 am Long Beach '0:60 am
10:50 am and 4:16 pm
1-30 pm s San Pedro 5 at pn.
. .pm 6:W Po»
6:30 I'm w 8:50 pm
■ 7:50 pm
« 9:50 pm
1:50 am w|10:69 am
1:30 pm w Santa Catallna Island vr «5o pin
■ s| ijMjPt;
3;ou pmJ S«archli«ht7 Gold-eld. \'»m am
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