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Giood People Mead and Patronize Herald Want CotafflMS-YOT'reßeaimgThemNeWo DoYoMPatroMzeTliem?
|fOR SALE—Houses
THERE IS NO BETTER HOMESITE IN LOS ANGELES
THAN
(TifiilliPPf Tract
It. Is Well Built Up and Has
Every .dost-ln Convenience
On the Tract Are ■> .
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P>LRY(KIKOOfTOS
THE TRACT IS A MODEL SETTLEMENT, ONE WELL
WORTH VISITING. THE HOMES ARE WELL DE
SIGNED AND WELL BUILT.
$2800 —5-room bungalow. ,
$3500 —6-room bungalow.
—7-room bungalow.
$3200 — story and a half bungalow.
$4800 — story and a half bungalow.
A hundred to select from, each of them architecturally dif
ferent. ' . . ,
Terms—One-tenth cash, the balance 1 per cent a month, in
cluding taxes, interest and insurance.
Parks and streets endowed and permanently cared for. Con
venient to schools and churches. No vacant'lots.
Good streets, sidewalks, curbs, gas, sewers, electric and tele
phone lines. Car service on the Grand Avenue West Forty
eighth Street line. Tract office at Gramercy.
These homes are delivered to you complete, including lawn,
screens, shades and fences. They are clean, so that you can
move in at once. '
EACH HOME BACKED BY THE UNCONDITIONAL
GUARANTEE OF THE BUILDERS OF THE BEST
HOMES IN LOS ANGELES.
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[LOS ANGELES INVESTMENT COMmNVI
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333-335-337 South Hill Street
Home 60127 Main 2248
11-15-4t
FOR. SALE—
New and Beautiful
Six and Seven-Room
BUNGALOWS
On Pacific Avenue
HOLLYWOOD
These houses have very artistic exteriors.
INSIDE ARRANGEMENT THE! BEST.
Having beamed ceilings, laneleii walls, built
in buffet, leaded glass door, plate glass mir
rors, cablnot kitchen, large closet room, light
and airy bedrooms, hardwood floors In two
rooms, electric light fixtures th« very best,
pressed brick mantels—ln fact, the house*
are just as cony as could be made.
ATTENTION
$100 DOWN $100 DOWN
Balance Like Rent
For the next few days we have decided to
make special terms on these properties. If
you want a bargain, now Is the time to se
cure one of the most Ideal homes ever offered
for the money In Los Angeles. These at
tractive bungalows are located In the trend
of the rapjdly growing residential part of
the olty. Near good car service. Street
work, gas, sidewalks, trees and lawns al
ready In.
Come and see these houses. Agent will
be on the tract. Take Hollywood or Laurel
Canyon car and get oft at Gardner St. Go
one block north.
See •
INVESTMENT BUILDINO CO.,
1008 Story Bldg. 11-16-tf
DISTINCTIVE
'BUNGALOWS
They are different from the other kind
you have seen. The lots are also dif
ferent In slse and larger than most others.
SOUTHWEST
Each bungalow has Its individual features
and when you go home alone In the dark
you will know It from your neighbor's.
Close In
5c Car Fare
They have five rooms and two porehea:
living room, dining room, two bedrooms,
large kitchen, bath room, plenty of clos
etß and cupboards: cement foundations;
porcelain bath. sink, set bowl, hot water
holler, etc. The best street work and
many fine trees.
Right now we will sell you on| for only
$1800
$100 down and $20 per month
We save you $450
G. C. DENNIS COMPANY
C 26-227 Baourlty Building.
Pho-.«s-Ma!n 3528, F8744. . U-IT-W
FOR SALE —
MUST HE SOLD THIS WEEK
A GOOD 9-ROOM
modern residence on Twenty-fourth St.,
near La Halle. Flna lot and location.
Price |4000.
ERIKSON & CO.,
Room 1 Severance Bldg.. 105 W. Sixth St.
Oround Floor.
F3574. f Bdwy. 3182.
11-16-3t
$3500 Modern Bungalow
Only $3000!
Lovely Euclid Heights. Owner going
away, will sacrifice 6-room bullt-by-the
ri.ay bungalow, elegant fireplace, white
enameled kitchen, fine electric fixtures,
eto. Only $100 down, balance $15 month
ly. Phon» OWNER. Boyle 680. 11-16-3t
FOR SALE—LOTS AND BUNGALOWS AT
bi| discounts for few days. Lots 1550
up. bunfftlOWl $1750 up. Easy terms.
the McCarthy company
201 N. Broadway.
Main 1202. A6»41.
11-13-15-17-St
INVEST IN
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
. u-u-tt
pOR SALE—House* •
lomefa and Manchester
Lots aid Bungalows
Just ready for th* market. We are now
prepared to sell good homes at prices that
Will surprise you.
This Is the reason In the first place,
we paid cash for our lots and paid cash
for th* material and construction of these
homes. In the second place, we are prao
tlcal builders and know. how to build an
honest bungalow throughout and we know
that we can sell you a home at the very
lowest figure and in a location that is sure
to advance in price.
The buyer who makes a contract with us
can be assured that ha Is fully protected
In doing so.
To the Investor or the homeseeker our
proposition Is equally attractive.
Call, write or phone and we will imme
diately have at your service all the facilities
for seeing and making an investigation of
this excellent property.
J. A. SWANK
815 SECURITY 111 liii.
F2G24. . Main 3634.
\ n-17-at
FOR SALE—«-ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW,
high and sightly location; a bargain at $3500;
11000 cash.
For —Nanny goat, $10. 165 T.OLUCA
ST. 11-18-3
JPOR SALE— Lots and Lands
.the City ■
INQLEWOOD
That Grows
LAST YEAR 1000
THIS YEAR 2000
GET IN AND HIDE WITH US.
10-10-tl
Going —Need the Money
Owner will take $275.00 for a
large, level lot, size 50 by 138, on
Monte Vista aye., few steps from
Moneta aye. car line, in the
"Bowen's Main, Moneta and Fig
ueroa Tract." Cement sidewalks
and water main in, all ready to
build on. Inquire of
T. A. Jeroleman
Room 22, Yuma House, cor. Bth
and Main
11-18-16-17-8t
GO AND SEE
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
10-U-tl
FOR —SOUTHWEST CORNER BUR
llngton and Bellevue. 70x123. and 4
room house. Terms to suit. Make of
fer. DU BOSE, 701 Gross* bldg.
11-11-tf
BELL THAT HOUSE, LOT OR RANCH AT
■mall expense through a Herald want ad.
i =
JTOR SALE— Hotels, Lodging House*
FOR'-'BALD—I6-ROOM ROOMINO HOUSE,
fine location, lease. . $950 If taken ■> this
w«»k. Call Hi B. GRAND AVB. "
11-17-tr
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORXIXd, NOVEMBER 17, 1010.
. pOR SALE—Country Property
We Have
Subdivided 10
Acres
ADJOINING LE GRAND,
Merced County, Cal., which we
are selling in ten-acre tracts at
$1.00 Down
$1.00 Per Month.
Per Acre
PRICE $100 PER ACRE
and only 5 per cent on deferred
payments, payable annually. , In
other words, you will have
100 Months
to pay for this land, or about
eight years' time. Any one fa
miliar with California lands will
tell you that Le Grand land is
the very best in California, free
from '1 alkali or hardpan, with
abundance of cheap water.
Also Rememkr
that this land will pay interest
for grain and is ideal orange, fig,
alfalfa, vines, or, in fact, any
thing can be raised on this land
that will grow anywhere. Beau
tiful high school, and walking
distance from station makes this
an ideal place to live, being near
the foothills; in fact, it is located
practically the same as Holly
wood, so far as natural surround
ings are concerned. This land
ought to be worth $500 per acre
by the time your last payment
comes due.
George J. Shocnhair
376 Wilcox Bldg.
Phone A 2334.
11-17-lt
\
Ii Orange Comity
. Twelve Acres
All Nice, Level Land',
ADJOINING THE CITY OF ANAHEIM,
READY TO BE SET TO VALENCIA OR
ANGES. ALL.
FOR $3600
OX VERY EASY TERMS. FIRST COME,
FIRST SERVED. DON'T MISS THIS, AS
YOU CAN EASILY DOUBLE YOUR
MONEY IN A VERY SHORT TIME.
Geo. J. Shoenhair
376 WILCOX BLDG.
Phone A 2334. 11-17-lt
$3750
10 Acres
Alfalfa, Fruit or
Chicken Ranch
Soil rich black loam, all been un
der cultivation. Improvement. 7
room house, two barns, 2 wells
furnish all water for irrigation
and . domestic use. Only a little
way from electric line. This is a
bargain.
• SEE SHAFFER,
George C. Peckham Co.
204-6 UNION TRUST BLDG.,
CORNER FOURTH AND SPRING STS.
MAIN 3221. F5392.
11-17-lt
10 ■ Acres
Near Anaheim
With Small House
BARN, WELL AND WATER STOCK FOR
IRRIGATION. FINE SANDY LOAM SOIL.
WILL RAISE ANYTHING GROWN IN
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Price $4000 |
Will Give Easy Terms.
Jacob Stern
404 PACIFIC ELECTRIC BLDG.
■ . ■ 11-17-lt
10-Acre Orange, Lemon .
and Chicken Ranch
Rich, fertile, sandy loam soil, with the most
• modern, Improved Irrigation system, with
abundance of water; most beautiful and Ideal
home place in Southern California. Electric
and three cars lines. See picture and maps
at office. . -■':•
Geo. C. Peckham Co. /
■■< , 204-6 Union Trust Bldg.,
Main 3221. Cor. 4th and Spring Sts. F539J.
' 11-17-lt
Partnership Settlement
We are going to sell 20 acres of land at
/Santa Ana and 20 acres at Ontario to
settle a partnership Interest. Not our
prioe, but your price takes the property.
For full particulars see DU BOSE, 701
Orossa bldg. U-10-tf
FOR SALE-TWENTY ACRES, Hi MILES
east of Upland: good house; young family
orchard; ten shares of wat*r; good location
for lemons; price 14600, about half cash.
Address A. K. RAWBON, owner, ; Upland.
Cal. Sunset phone 3018. ' 11-13-7t
• LOOK UP
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
• 10-11-U
FOR SALE—Country Property
Better Busy
LAND
before every acre In Southern California is
so valuable that YOU will either be a
lan 1 owner or be working for one.
per acre—64o acres of level valley agri
cultural land, where crops grow the year
round. Lots of puro, soft water between
14 and 35 feet and all coming under Cal
ifornia's largest Irrigation project. Ex
cellent for oranges, lemons, olives, cotton,
figs, dates, grapes, alfalfa, grain and gar
den stuffs. This will sell for $100 per
acre In two years. Very easy terms. ,
SEE US ron real bargains.
W. H. Macomber Co.
320-2-4 LAUGHLIN BLDG.
We specialize in cheaD lands for In
vestors. 11-18-3t
Near lerccd
Alfalfa, Fruit aid
Eucalyptus Laid
1210 Acres
i
Main Canal crosses land. Surrounding
land sells for $100 per acre In small
tracts. Price for this big tract. $30 per
acre. 1-3 cash, balance 5 years, 6 per
cent. See
Woods & Gillette
528 South Spring Street
MERCED LANDS I
11-17-2
hnder Celebrated
1 urlock Irrigation
District.
Stanislaus County
SUBDIVISION OF 1000 ACRES UNDER
LATERAL NO. 4, UNLIMITED WATER
AT 80C PER ACRE PER YEAR. 10-ACRH
TRACTS AND UP ONLY $90 PER ACRE.
VERY EASY TERMS. MAGNIFICENT
DAIRY, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE COUN
TRY. RICH, DEEP, • LEVEL LAND.
•THICKLY SETTLED COMMUNITY. THIS
IS A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO PRO
CURE A PIECE OF LAND UPON THE
VERY EASIEST TERMS IN THE BEST
AND MOST THICKLY POPULATED, DI
VERSIFIED FARMING DISTRICT IN THE
STATE. ALFALFA; ALL VARIETIES OF
DECIDUOUS FRUITS, BERRIES, SWEET
POTATOES; ALL GROW TO PERFECTION
IN THIS RICH LOAM SOIL, AND THINK
OF THE PRICE AND THE UNLIMITED
CHEAP WATER. SPECIAL RATES FOR
PARTIES OF THREE.
HEISLER & ELLIOT,
911 Story Bldg. •
F2730. Broadway 1946.
11-17-lt
$2.25 PER ACRE
640 ACRES
$665 CASH.
Best cheap land in Southern
California.
NO WORK OR RESIDENCE!.
TITLE PERFECT.
LEVEL VALLEY LAND.
Coming under the big Colorado river Irri
gation project you read so much about.
Abundant pumping water under SO feet.
Deep soil, no alkali or handpan. Close to
railroad. Will grow oranges for the
Christmas trade; alfalfa, hogs, sugar
beets, grain, cotton, dates, olives, fruits
and vegetables of all sorts. Total cost of
deed $2.25 per acre. Worth $25, per acre
now. Will sell for $50 per acre inside
of a year. Fortunes will be made from
this land either by cultivating or hold
ing it.
CALIFORNIA LAND CO.
642 SAN FERNANDO BT.na, FOURTH
AND MAIN STS.
READ THIS OVER. 11-15-4t
i
Porterville Early
Orange Belt
BIG ORANGE LAND OPENING; MAGNIF
ICENT OPPORTUNITY, CLOSE TO T*OWN
AND R. R. 10 ACRES AND UP. PRICE,
WITH UNLIMITED WATER, $110 PER
ACRE. VERY EASY TERMS. VERY BEST
OF SOIL, FROSTLESS LOCATION. THIS
IS POSITIVELY THE VERY BEST AND
CHEAPEST PROPERTY IN THE FAMOUS
PORTERVILLE EARLY ORANGE BELT.
HEISLER & ELLIOT,
911 Story Bldg.
F2730. Broadway 1946.
.. ■ v. n-n-n
I§§ Acres
For $1750
Near Cypress
ON SANTA ANA ELECTRIC LINE. WILL
MAKE IDEAL CHICKEN RANCH. GOOD
SOIL, FINE FOR APPLES.
TERMS, ONE-FOURTH CASH
BALANCE 1, I AND 3 YEARS.
. Jacob Stern
404 PACIFIC ELECTRIC BLDCJ.
n-iMt
A NEW LAND OPENINO.
One of the finest tracts of alfalfa, fruit,
vine and general farm land in the entire
Ban joaquln valley. Just put upon the
market (n tracts of from 10 acres up. A
first class water right with every acre
sold, an abundance of water from Kings
river, water now on the tract: no better
■oil on earth; every acre ready for the
plow; no grading necessary; splendid en
vironments; IV4 miles from railway sta
tion For the next 30 days this land
will be sold at halt the usual price of
this grade of land. For our new illus
trated pamphlet giving full particular*,
address
James Burke & Company,
318 Lissner Bldg, Owners.
.; • ;.. 11-18-lt
g INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of I, or 7 insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
f-'OR SALE—Suburban Property
Quicken Ranches
Country Homes
Acres and Half Acres
At the City's Gates
$350 Upward
$25 DOWN, $10 PER MONTH
A country home, almost in the city,
makes life worth living.
Inglowood Rancho acreage is being
snapped up by competent Judges, and
shrewd, thinking people who desire to
own a country home close to the city, at
the same time place their money where
it will grow.
Go the same distance out toward Holly
wood or Pasadena and ask the price of an
acre and you will be told there are none
for Bale; they will offer you a city lot
for $1000 and up.
Now come with me anil I will show you
the garden spot of the Southwest, where
$400,000 worth of property has been sold
and 250 houses have been built; also new
$7500 grammar school, which now has 150
pupils in attendance.
The soil Is a rich sandy loam. water
piped to every foot of it.
Talk with the people who live there and
see the various crops they are planting.
Take the Mir green car going south on
Broadway, marked Redondo Beach via
Inglewood, get off at Inglewood Rancho
station. Don't get off at Inglewood; stay
on the car until you reach Rancho sta
. tion, one mile beyond. Courteous sales
men will meet you there and show you
the property.
PATTON & LONGLEY
A 2318 330 S. Hill St. Main «278.
11-16-2t
Inglewood ■
;> Park
Is a beautiful subdivision located on the Los
Angoles and Redondo Electric* line at the
south city limits of Inglewood, Is supplied
with gas, 'electricity, water and telephone
service, streets graded and curbed, orna
mental trees planted and cared for for two
years.
INGLEWOOD
BUNGALOW "
PARK
LOTS ARE
100X180 FEET
TO AN ALLEY.
The opportunity to secure a home site In this
. most desirable subdivision Is a strictly pres
ent opportunity. There are only 150 lots.
They won't last long at present prices. Make
your selection TODAY.
Inglewood Land Co.
Room 349 Wllcox Bldg.,
Second r.nd Spring Sts.
Inglewood Office. Regent and Market Sts.
11-13-7t
$1500
s"Acre Tract
Rich Sandy L,oam Soil
On three car lines, surrounded by orange
groves and fruit orchards. In an absolutely
frostless belt; one hour's ride from Los An
geles; foothill section, with water; easy terms
If desired.
George C. Peckham Co.
204-5 Union Trust Bids.,
Corner Fourth and Spring Sts.
Main 3221. F5392.
11-17-1
ACRE- LOTS—SOUTH CITY. WHERE BIG
shops are planned. Cross country car
line. $10 down, $10 month. C. F. ELLIS,
228 H. W. Hellman bldg. A 7556. Main
1868. • 11-16-tf
BELL THAT HOUSE. LOT OR RANCH AT
■mall erpenso through a Herald want ad.
11-2-tf
JTOR SALE—Mexican Lands
Mexican Land
ROUND TRIP RATE TO HERMOSILLO IS
NOW J37.90. WE PAY THIS IP YOU PUR
CHASE ON OUR SANTA TERESE RANCH.
NEXT PARTY, SATURDAY, NOV. 19.
SEND OR CALL FOR "THE WEST COAST,
THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA OF MEX
ICO," AND WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Ben W. McCloskey & Co.,
700 Union Trust Bid. 11-16-4t
pOR SALE— Grove*
SAVE MONEY! YOUR ADVT. THREE
times for the price of two, or seven times
for the price of five, If prepaid. 11-1-tf
VISIT •
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
10-H-tl
pOR SALE—Government Land
SAVE MONEY! YOUR ADVT. THREE
times for the price of two, or seven times
for th» price of five. If prepaid. 11-1-tf
POR SALE—Furniture
""foTsale""
AT A BARGAIN
A quarter-sawed oak desk and
two oak office chairs. Good as
new.
$25
For desk and chairs. '
Call at
O. M. NEWBY
Room 252 Wilcox Building
11-15-1
SAVES MONEY! YOUR ADVT. THREE
times for the price of two, or seren times
for the pries of five. If prepaid. 11-1-tf
POR SALE— and Bonds
OIL, MINING AND INDUSTRIAL COM
nanles desiring to raise capital write at
once for our literature. Insure the prin
cipal of the Investor and your stock
should sell. GRANITE SECURITIES
COMPANY, fifth floor Bradbury bldg.,
Los Angeles., Cal. 10-29-lmo
SAVES MONEY! YOUR ADVT. THREE
times for th« price of two, or seven times
for the price of five, If prepaid. 11-1-tt
POR SALE—Poultry, Birds, Dogs
rOR SALS—TOUNQ LLEWELLYN - SET-
Mr doge, i months old, from fltld brok
en stock. T. H. TAYLOR, >ll W«st loth
(treat- •-•-U
-i [—_i--l_ -_-.-_ -_ — 1 _ ,-| ,-i - —, _., —, r>_i-_ ~1. -■■_■ ~'- -"' ' ~ ' "'- ' ~l— ~- ~i-~. —i i —i_n~^_n ~»_ i'»i ' .I' 'i_ii~ii_*~n_ r-|_r~k^>^X.
Summer School
College op Fixe Arts, U. S. C
All branches fine and applied arts. Catalog on requas:.
W. L. JUDSON, Dean.
•m m m tj; • • c 1 1 1220 AUarado Street
Miss Wing s School Day and boaraing •choot An
grades and departments from kindergarten to college. Courses of study
the same as those given in the public schools; beat trained teacher;.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 21; REGISTRATION of pupila Sept. 19 and 29.
Call today for Illustrated catalogue. Home S3IM.
TkvAlin A AnrlAmil PASADENA—A Polytecbnla high icbool—
I nroop Acaußtny as Work, Horn* I>onotnlc9. New *"-
IIIIuUU fiUUUUIIIJ tory. bend fof catalogue.
German, English
Shorthand
By experienced teaehsr. Terms moderate.
780 W. 31at st. Phone South 443».
Leader Since 1884.
Fifth Floor Hamburger Dldg., Los Angeles.
Catalog—B7th Year. n»B0, Main 2305.
FOR SALE-SCHOLARSHIP TO THE INTER
NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
(ANY SPECIAL COURSE YOU WISH) AND
THE DE CHAUVENET CONSERVATORY
OK MUSIC.
CALL ROOM 4, 119H S. SPRING ST., OR
PHONE MAIN 8602. 11-5-tf
THE PABIIELEE FIRE DID NO DAMAGE
to the property of the Rowel! School; all
grades and high school studies, including
German. 720 S. BROADWAY. 10-23-tf

BOYNTON NORMAL PREPARES DECEM
ber county examinations; grammar certifi
cate; enter now. 525 STIMSON BLOCK.
Broadway 1919; AlB4O. * 9-2-tf
8 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
11-1-tf
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT
alogue describing bookkeeping and short
hand? Y. M. C. A. 6-12-tf
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, 412
W. Fifth st. E. E. SHRADER, Ph. D..
president since 1890. 10-27-tf
BROWNSBERGER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE.
953-7 W. SEVENTH. Send for catalogue.
8-19-tt
JTOR SALE—Business Property
BUY A HOME IN
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
10-U-tf
A 3 TIME AD FOR THE! PRICE OF 2, OR
7 Insertions for the price of 5. Ask the
HERALD Counter Man.
SALE— Livestock
FOR HORSE AND BUOOT; MARE,
7 years old, suitable for solicitors or route
work; god traveler and in good condition;
will sell reasonable. 1932 E. FIRST. Phone
Boyle 427. 10-23-tf
3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 7 insertions for the
price of 6. Ask The Herald counter man.
11-1-tf
J7OR SALE—Pianos
BEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT STEINWAY PIANO;
must sell immediately; going away. 029H
W. NINTH 1 ST. 11-17-3
J?OR SALE—Musical Instruments
A. G. GARDNER, 118 WINSTON ST. Pl
anos sold, rented, tuned i very low rates.
POR Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—S3SO, TRUST DEED AND ONE
8300 second mortgage trust deed; also
a fine now $40,0 piano and 2 clear lots
at Hawthorne and Watts; also a fine rub
ber tiro buggy worth $160; also a $50
order for room rent on good apartment
house. DU BOSS, 701 Qrosse bldg.
11-11-tf
FOR SALE—ONE KEMPSMITH UNIVER
saI Miller No. 2; ono lathe. 16-inch
swing, 8-foot bed; one lathe. 12-lnch
swing, 6-foot bed; one speed lathe: one
power drill press; one hack saw. These
tools have been used very little. Can be
seen at 653 SANTA FE AYE. 11-15-3t
FOR RALE—SCHOLARSHIP TO THE INTER
NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
(ANY SPECIAL COURSE YOU WISH) AND
THE DE CHAUVKNIT CONSERVATORY
OF MUSIC.
CALL ROOM 4, 11114 S. SPRING ST.. OR
PHONE MAIN Mil, 11-6-tf
FOR SALE - COUNTERS, SHELVING.
SHOWCASES, WALt, CASH, COFFEE
MILLS CASH REGISTERS and STORM
FIXTURES OF ALL KINDS; CHEAP
EST PLACE IN THE CIXY. WE BUI
AND SELL. 216 E. 4TH ST. 10-30-tf
UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION. IF PRE
pald. your ad three times for the price of
two. or seven times for the price of
five. H-2-tf
FOR SALE—AT BARGAIN, SECOND-HAND
standard porcelain bath tubs. Call 123
E. FOURTH ST. 11-17-lt
FOR SALE—GOOD SECOND-HAND UP
rlght piano at 1038 INGRAHAM ST. Your
price takes It. 11-11 tf
CASH PAID FOR FEATHERS
8427 S. MAIN. Phone 24913, S. 6364. 11-8-lmo
FOR FIRE-PROOF SAFE CHEAP.
ANDERSON. 334 S. Los Angflli-n St. 6-15-tf
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
•ALT LAKE ROUTE
All trains dally except as noted.
a Sunday only; w Week days only.
"Leave] First Street station .- >Arrl.-«
Los Angeles Limited —Amerl- ~
can Express— Express
10:80 a Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul. 4:(0p |
3-OOp Omaha, Kansas City, !:lOp
■ 1:001) Denver and Salt Lak» (:00a
lid ban Bernardino. (:00a
ll:0iia Colton, l:l»
j-OOp H!v*rsiJa. 10:41 a
( 40P Ontai 1* 1:25p
l:14p and l:(0p
,;00y Pomona (:l(p
_^__^_^_____ 7:10p
7-tjal I (:10a
I'lOa* Loo* Ba«oh l»:15a
I-50a ■ 10:50 a
■30p and COip
>: 45p Ban Padra (:10p
Mop ' . '■"»
~i~soa| Santa Catallna Island |«:»8p
"l":»»P gearohllj-ut. Qoldneld 1 1:96 i»
gr^r+SXi j* 958-5-7 W. Seventh
%^gg22SSISR St. Both Phones.
p^ff 1^ Jos. W. H. Camp,
COMMERCIAL M _,
COLLEGE B
Fall term now In progress. Dally en
rollments. Free catalogue. Night
classes In bookkeeping and shorthand.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE t
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
From Arcade Station. Fifth and Central aye.
Leave| lAxrlvai
B:l)oa|San Francesco via Coast Line, »:45a
g:lsaSan Luis Oblspo, Paso Robles, 8:30*
2:BopiDel Monte, Monterey, Bants, 2:30p
• :15p! Cruz. San Josa and east, j 9:30p
8:00p| U:<6p
1 San Francises and Mojave, \
6:3op| Sacramento, Oakland, via 1:05 a
>:20p. Bakersllald and Fresno 1:16 a
7:30 a Fresno, 7:05 a
f:00p BakerQeld t:00a
S:3op and Mojava 8:20»
" Chlcaro, Kan. City, St. Louis, I
»:4Dp Golden State Limited. l:S8p
a:00p The California via 7:16p
Tuma, Benson, Bl Fun
I" Overland —Naw Orleans via, |
m Yuma, Benson, Marlcopa,
ll:01p Tucson. Bl Paso, San An.*- l:IOp
tonlo and Houston
12:01p' Yujna, Tucson, Benson. I t:3oa,
l:00p Lordsburc, Demlns, 7:15 a
7Op SI Paso l:l»p
~«":"65a ' '" l:80»
1:00 a Santa Barbara, 11:60 a
«:loa and 2:80p
1:45p Ventura. 7:tsp
2:35p (»Not Ventura.) • »:30p
7:80p if 11:45p
8:15 a Oxnard, Santa BusanaT* • l:J0a
2:>sp Moorpark. Somls, • 11:50 a
7:»0p Camarilla 2:>op
(•Oxnard only.) • 7:35p
Santa Paula via Saucua,
1:45 a Camulos, Pint, Flllmora. ll:B0a
1:45p Saticoy. Montalvo, 7:35p
Carplnterla, Suromarlansl '
|:16a| Nordhoflf 2:30p
2:35pj Nordhoff 7:85p
7:45 a ~"~" ~~ "* »:»0a
|;s&a Pomona * 7:16 a
12:01p Colton 7:lSa
3:00p Riverside, Redlajvda and »:35a
4:00p San Bernardino, 11:85 a
6 : 50 ('Not Riverside, Redlan4a l:30p
C:lsp or Ban Bernardino) ■ 6:26p
| 7:10p
' 8:55 a . Covina . 11:36 a
_« :45p| Covlna 7:10p
7:45a| ''" Chlno I 8:»5a
4:oop| Chlno s:»»'p
~8T56a Santa Ana, Anaheim, Downey I:l6a
11:15 a and Norwalk 2:l&p
I:OOp a* Buena Park, West a* I:0*p
i:10p Anaheim, West Orange *:SOp
('Downey only.)
B:ssa| Newport Beach | 4:5»J
~BTssaja Los Alamitos a| 4:top
»:45a| Brawley, Imperial, I t:S6a
V:oopj 81l Centro. Calexloe | i:ssp
B:osa| San Pedro-Com-pton • 11:45 a
j:3op • (Via Long; Beach) | »:36p
"sToSa* Long Beach-Compton ll:4&a
j:3op ('Via San Pedro) | <:35p
9:05aT~ Santa Catallna Island | e:3sp
«:45a ' I 7:«5a
7:50al Fernanda * 8:40 a
1:45p ll:»0a
5:00p ('Motor) 7:lop
»:30p li»0l»
l:80a[a Chatsworth Park. a| 1:4*9
I (Bee note.) |
I (Note—To and from River I
| station only.) |
All trains dally except those marked a»
follows: "a" Sundays axoepted; "b" Bua
days only. -
SANTA FE /■/.
All trains dally except those marked as folft
Iowa: 'Sundays excepted:
Leave |" jArrlva
~~] California Limited—Dally I
10:00 a For Chicago, Kansas City l:30p
and Denver ___
I Tourist Flyer—Dally
9:00u For Denver, Kansas City, 7:10*
Chicago and east ___^
~~i Overland Express—Dally
8:00p For Chicago, Denver, 8:30 a
Kansas City and East
B:3Oa| ~ Kite-Shaped Track JT (liSp
7:80 a Redlanda-.. ' 10:00 a
8:30 a via 1.-00p
2:00p Pasadena 6:40p
4;;:ii[i 7:40p
6:45p f
-7:25a1 Redlands via Corona 10:15 a
11:.' i! Redlanrls via Corona »:16p
~7lBoa| Riverside via Pasadena islTOp
•2:oop| Riverside via Pasadena 7:40p
7:J6a Rivirsida ~7 (J746a
11:20 a via 10:15 a
s:oC'i> Corona 4:3Cp
, ( C:Up
7:30 a San Bernardino 7:10 a
8:30 a via (:30a
9:00 a Pasadena 10:00 a
2:CK)p l:00p
4:30p 6:4 V
6:45p 7:40p
8:00p j
7:25 a San Bernardino 8:45 a
11:3. a via 10:15 a
6:00p Corona 4:15p
'_ 6: lip
7:25 a ~ Santa Ana J 7:lSa
8:55 a Santa Ana 8:45 a
11:20 a Santa Ana II:top
2:30p Santa Ana 4:15p
S:<Kip Santa Ana t:00p
I ll:C'lp Santa Ana 6:15p
Santa Ana, Sunday only __f
TTjOa Fullerton, Anaheim 1:1H.
-«:S5a aril Orange 8:45 a
:.i:-mi 10:Ua
2:30p 12:50p
E:<KJp 4.10p
| 11:59p «:15p
I "B.6Sa San Dlcgo and 7:15 a
2:30p Coronado Beaoh 15*:.
11:69p «:00p
Sunday only . 10:Wp
•7:3Oa| Elslnore and Murletta "«10:15a
•11:20 a Elslnora and Murletta • l:40p
•a:00p Elalnore and .Murletta
7:30 a San Jaclnto and Hemet I'10:15a
•11:20 a San Jaclnto and Hamet *6:40p
•2:00p Ban Jaclnto and Hamat *7:4©v
»2:3op| Esoondldo . J*!!:* 1*
»B:6sa| Fall brook | **Mp
B8:00p| Beiirchll(ht il?';' 0»
"i:Oopj Ooidfleld. Tonopah, Baatty W:lSa
and Rhyollta }
•—Daily except Sunday. B—Dally axcapt Mat*
urdaya. M—Except Mondays, x— Snuda/ oalr.
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