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CHURCH NOTICES
TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH
' AUDITORIUM BEAUTIFUL,
. Fifth and Olive Bis.
DR. J. WHITCOMI3 BROUGHER, Pastor.
11 a. m.-Dr. W. 13. Hlley, pastor of First
Baptist church, Minneapolis, Minn., will
"A*PmSA°CIIER TEMPTED "?O SUICIDE."
••A PREACHER TBMPTTBD TO SUICIDE."
Duet, Mrs. Smith and Mr. Oregg.
7:16 p. m.—DR. BROUGHER will begin a
series of sermons on "Popular Proverbs,"
the (lrnt topic being
"GIVE THE DEVIL HIS DUE."
Solos by Mrs. Bacon and Mr. Dykatra.
EVERYBODY WELCOME.
'• 11-19-1
■——
THE INDEPENDENT
CHURCH OF CHRIST
EIGHTEENTH AND FIGUEROA BTS.
REV. J. 8. THOMSON, PASTOR.
Sunday service, 11 a. m. Subject of ser
mon, "The Discovery of the Old Testament."
Solo by Geneva Jennings Baker, "Come Unto
Him." Solo by Mrs. Etheldo. A. Drake, "The
Good Shepherd." Miss Charlotte T. Herron,
organist. The Harmony Blblo class at 10
a. m. All are invited, especially strangers.
n-i9-2t
Los Angeles Fellowship
Reynold E. Blight, Minister
11 a. m.. service at Blanchard hall. 233
8. Broadway; address by Reynold E.
Blight on "WHAT THE NEW THOUGHT
' 18 DOING FOR THE WORLD." Recep
tion to Ella Wheeler Wllcox. Special,
music ' by Mis* Helen Tappe, soprano;
Miss Anna Tnppe, pianist; Julius Blerllch,
violinist, and Arthur Stlnton, tenor. 92t
11 -1 J- i.l
Immanuel Presbyterian Church
Corner FifWroa and Tenth stH. Rev. Hugh
K. Walker, D. D., pastor. Tho pastor will
preach at 11 a. m. tomorrow; subject, "The
Spiritual Life and Social Reform," the last In
a series of Rermon-Btudles In Colosslans. At
7:30 p. m. the Rev. H. S. Klmura, a cele
brated evangelist of Kyoto, Japan, will
preach. A special Invitation extended to
Japanese residents of the city. All are cor
dially Invited. 11-19-1
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
HOPE ST., NEAR NINTH.
REV. WM. .HORACE DAT, D. D., Pastor.
11 a. m.—Sermon by the pastor. Contralto
solo by Mrs. Charles E. Richards.
/ ORDINATION SERVICE
7:45 p. m. Mr. Frederick Paul Beach will
be ordained and commissioned by the Amer
ican board as foreign pastor of this church
in China. 11-19-1
Broadway Christian Church
Opposite the court house.
Bible school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at
11 a m. by U. F. Coulter, minister, and
at 745 p. m. by John C. Hay. associate
minister. Communion following the morn-
Ing .discburse. Young Peoplo"s meeting,
6:30 p. m. Welcome all. 11-19-lt
St. Paul's Pro-Cathedral
523 S. Olive St.
Very Rev. William MacCormaek, Dean.
7:20, holy communion; 11 a. m.. morn
ing prayer: sermon by tho dean; topic,
"Will a Man Rob God?"; 7:80 p. m.,
evening prayer; sermon by the dean: tot>le,
••How to Win Men for Christ." 11-19-lt
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
Flower st., between Ninth and Tenth sts.
Take University or W. Ninth car. E. Stan
ton Hodgln. minister. Rev. Francis Watry
of Panta Ana will speak Sunday morning.
Nov. 20. Sunday school and Young People's
meeting at 10 o'clock. 11-19-1
Pico Heights Congregational
Church , .■■■■?':,
II a. m.. Rev. H. S. Klmura of Kyoto,
Japan, will sneak. 7:30 p. m.. Rev. E.
g. Willlsford, D. D.. of Mankato. Minn.
3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2. or 7 Insertions for the
price Of 5. Ask The Herald counter man.
PENIEL HALL, 227 S. MAIN-NOON PRAY
er meeting dally; gospel meeting every
night. 9-1-tf
AUTOMOBILES—
Price $500. 171 West 431 place.
ALERT AUTOMOBILE CO.,
458 8. FLOWER ST. F1430.
BARGAINS IN 2D CARS.
09 Regal Roadster, fully equipped, $750.
08 CADILLAC, cheap for CASH.
00 Steamer; will trade,
OS Steamer, $750.
4 Pass. Steamer, $550.
Baby Reo, $150.
7 Pass. Haynes; will trade.
C Pass. Tourist. $250.
2-ton truck, $5&0.
09 Steamer and others for sale.
Notice' to owners-We can sell your car if
your price Is right. We do not handle cars
unless prices are right. Open Sunday morn-
Ing. 11-19-2t
FOR SALE—
. ONE 1910 AMPLEX (AMERICAN SIMPLEX)
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR A 1911 AM
PLEX. THIS CAR IS IN EXCELLENT
CONDITION ■ AND CARRIES FULL FAC
TORY ' EQUIPMENT. AMPLEX FLEXI
BILITY AND POWER IS A SYNONYM,
AND IF YOU DESVRE A MACHINE THAT
WILL MEET THE MOST EXACTING RE
QUIREMENTS. THE AMPLEX IS WELL
WORTHY YOUR CONSIDERATION.
BEKINS MOTOR CAR CO.,
102« S. OLIVE ST. 11-17-7
FOR SALE—
At a price, one five passenger, 1910 Atlas,
with full lamp equipment. This car Is prac
tically new. ,
BEKINS MOTOR CAR CO..
1026 S. Olive St. 11-17-7
HAVE YOU AN AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE,
for exchange or otherwise Then use TUB
HERALD'S classified automobile columns.
10-14-tt
EARL AUTOMOBILE WORKS. 1330 S.
Main st. We have for sale a few bar
nalns In second-hand auto tops. 11-lfi-5t
PATENTS AND PATENT AGENTS
Open Wednesdays Until 9 P. M.
MARTELL & COMPANY
632-SSJ Germain Building. Phone F4761
American nnd Foreign Patents.
You can make money by patenting good
' .- i Inventions. <
Bring In your model or sketch.
Bend for our "Special Letter on Patents."
„ ■ IMJ-7t
PIONEER PATENT AGENCY, HAZARD A
BTRAUSE. ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS.
American and foreign patents secured and
trademarks registered. PATENT LITIGA
TION. 639 Citizens National Bank Building,
Third and Main. Horn- A 1493; Main 2522.
PATENT BOOK FREE. 2-3-tf
J. 8. ZERBE, SOLICITOR, UNITED STATES
and foreign patents; 40 years' experience.
622-3 STIMSON BLDG.. Third and Main.
' Phone A 5344. 10-t-U
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS, ALL COUN
trles. A. H. LIDDERS, patent lawyer and
solicitor. 612 Am. Bank bldg., 2d and Spring.
. ' 10-16-tf
LOST AND FOUND— ' ;"
LOST-A PERSIAN RUG. ON PICO ST., BE
tween Arlington and Magnolia; return to W.
H. Calderbank, care of Beklns Van _ Stor
age Co., 230 3. Broadway, and get reward.
11-19-lt
LOST—TWO INSURANCE POLICIES, 44.000
shares Freiburg mining stock and receipts
for property In Salt Lake. Finder will please
return to 324 S. CLARENCE ST.: 11-18-3
LOST-DETWEEN 2150 W. ADAMS AND 3417
W. 23d st, pair of gold filled spectacles In
Detler'a case; reward. Telephone West 1178,
, Home phone 7UII. . . 11-18-8t
I INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for I the price of 1, or 7 Insertions for the
price of i. Ask The Herald counter man..
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YOU SALE—House*
ISvT -d- % •<& (1
Notice v
Look at all other Houses in Los
Angeles that are for sale on
the installment plan
Then Sea
E(D WEN'S
BUNGALOWS
st Cypress Park.
'' ' i' i
We have a cinch—you will buy them every
time In preference to others you have In
vestigated, if you are any Judge of a well
built and constructed bungalow; also, our
locatlpn being bo close to the downtown
district, only 20 minutes out and 6 cent
car fare, transfers everywhere.
High, sightly, beautiful views of the sur
rounding country, 600 feet higher than
Spring street, yet level as a floor. The
very best of street work, walks and curbs
all complete and paid for.
Gas, electrlo light 'and telephones.
Never again will you see the time when
you can buy a house as modern and up-to
date five and six room bungalows so close
to the city with all the healthful and beau
tiful surroundings attached on such excep
tional '.;. .
* Terms and Low Prices .
$2250—52750
and only
$50—$75—and $100
cash down, balance monthly like rent. Ev
ery house a —plastered, tinted wall,
brick artistic fireplaces, hot and cold wa
ter, beam celling, plate rails, hardwood, pol
ished and highly grained floors; large lots
with alleys in rear.
REMEMBER
five houses now completed and ready to
move Into, so do not nut It off If you
want one of these nice homes.
COME OVER SUNDAY
If you cannot come before.
TO GET THERE
take yellow car going north on Broadway
marked In front Eagle Rock, and get off
at (branch office) Alice street. Mr. Loos
more, my agent, will meet you there any
time. including Sundays.
J. Frank' Bowei
.Owner and Builder ;
440 Douglas Bldg.
A 2472. * Main 2475.
A_^ Ml?.^ 7ft
Notice
Come Sunday. '
Jo Cypress Park
Rail or Sbine
To see those bungalows Bowen is selling on
the Installment plan, for the harder It rains
the better you will like them and appreciate
the high, level ground; no frost and above
the fogs. No nicer place In all Los Angeles
to make your home. Over 100 families I have
made happy and contented at Cypress Park.
TO GET THERE
Take yellow car marked In front Eagle Rock,
going north on Broadway, and get oft at
Alice St.; Ec fare, 20 minutes out, Inside
city limits.
J. FRANK BOWEN
Owner and Builder,
440 Douglas Bldg.
Main 2472. . AMU
— * . 11-19-1
Moneta ami Manchester
Lots aid Bungalows
Just ready for the 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 the material and construction of. these
homes. In the second place, we are prac
tical 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 he 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 BLDG.
FJB24. . •-., MatazeM.
!!!!_ "fi-^t
~~ J »12,500-^H ! T
688 and (90 Ruth aye., near Seventh it.
the McCarthy company
. 301 N. BROADWAY.
MAIN 1202. AS94I.
11-18-3
i, - INVEST IN
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
'.■.".'. ,-..; ' 10-11-tf
NEW BUNGALOW on MONTCLAIRE. cor
■ ncr lot Hobart and ,■ Mto, I Apply sto 1311
MONTCLAIRE AVK. 11-18-3
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1!) in.
J^OR SALE—Houses
FOR SALE—
New and Beautiful
7 Six and Seven-Room
» BUNGALOWS
. i, On Pacific Avenue
HOLLYWOOD
These houses have very artistic exteriors.
INSIDE ARRANGEMENT THE BEST.
Having beamed ceilings, paneled walls, built
in buffet, leaded glass door, plate glass mir
rors, cabinet kitchen, largo closet room, light
and airy bedrooms, hardwood floors In two
rooms, electric light fixtures the very best,
pressed brick mantels—ln fact, th« bouses
are Just as cozy 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 rapidly growing residential part of
the city. 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 off at Gardner st. Go
one block north.
Bee
INVESTMENT BUILDING CO.,
1003 Story Bldg. 11-16-tf
FOR SALS -
High-Class Bungalows
ONLY $250 DOWN
BALANCE LIKE RENT
Hunfiiome 6 and 7 room, strictly modern.
new bungalow; large lot that commands an
uninterrupted view of the surrounding hills
and mountain.!; cement porch and steps,
large veranda, waxed oak and maple floors
throughout; woodwork In Flemish oak finish;
dainty living room, with built-in seats and
bookcases, handsome brick mantel and
lighting fixtures equal In elegance and de
sign to those found In 18000 residences; built
in buffet 8 feet wide; leather paneling In
living room and dining room; an ideal
French kitchen, equipped with cupboards,
flour bins and drawers: screen porch and
laundry tray; bat:i with lavatory and con
veniently built-in dressing case; bedrooms
also have built-in dressers. large beveled
plate glass mirror; latest sanitary plumbing;
J-ardwood In bedrooms, bath and kitchen
white enamel; In fact, every one of Its
rooms has new and interesting features,
and the living rooms are so cosily arranged;
gas, electric lights, lawn and shade trees
also In. These houses have been carefully
built by day labor and are delightful homes.
You will agree with me If you see them.
, OWNER
615 N. New Hampshire
Heliotrope drive car to Clinton aye.: go
aast two blocks.
Ba-Su-tf
DISTINCTIVE
BUNGALOWS '
They are different from the other kind
you have seen. The lots are also dif
ferent In size 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 porches:
living room, dining room, two bedrooms,
large kitchen, bath room, plenty of clos
ets and cupboards: cement foundations;
'porcelain bath, sink, set bowl, hot water
boiler, etc. The best street Work and
many fine trees.
Right now wo will sell you one for only
$1800
$100 down and $20 per month
We save you $450
G. C. DENNIS COMPANY
: 226-227 Security Building.
Phones—Main 3528, F8744. . 11-17-3t
South Hollywood
BUNGALOW
4 MOMS
NEWLY PAINTED
PAPERED, BEAMED CEILINGS, PAN
ELED WALLS, FIRST CLASS PLUMBING,
GAS, ELECTRICITY, FIREPLACE. VERY
LARGE LOT. WELL IMPROVED. 2 CAR
LINES WITHIN ONE BLOCK. RATHER
THAN RENT OWNER WILL SELL ■ FOR
$2000. VERY EASY TERMS. A BEAUTI
FUL LITTLE HOME IN A FIRST CLASS
NEIGHBORHOOD.
Theodore G. Fitch'
224 Citizens National Bank Bldg,
MAIN 6018. A 2138. . • 11-18-3
■pOR Suburban Property
Inglcwood %
.Bungalow-
Park
Is a beautiful subdivision located on the Los
Angeles 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.
Inglcwood Laid Co.
Room 349 Wllcox Bldg.,
• Second end Spring Sts.
Inglewood Office, Regent and Market Sts.
11-13-7t
ACRE LOTS—SOUTH CITY. WHERE BIG
shops are planned. Cross country car
line. $10 down, $10 month. C. F. ELLIS,
328 H. W. Hellmati bldg. A 7555. Main
1368. ■ . U-15-tt
BELL THAT HOUSE. LOT OR RANCH AT
small expense through a Herald want ad.
JTOR SAL^-Income Property
Hone aid Income
\ 8-Rooni Etouse
Almost —Good 4-Room .
• ', Cottage
VACANT GROUND FOR ANOTHER, FINE
LARGE CORNER LOT, NOW RENTING
FOR $39 MONTHLY. WILL SELL FOR
- $61500. ONE-THIRD CASH. BALANCE NOT
LESS THAN $40 MONTHLY. INCLUDING
INTEREST, 7 PER CENT. PROPERTY IN
GOOD CONDITION. ON YELLOW CAR
LINK, HIGH GROUND AND PROSPEC
TIVE BUSINESS SECTION.
Theodore G. Fitch
224 Citizens National Bank Bldg.
MAIN 8018. A 2138. »_£■?!
PORT SALE—PUnot * ,
BEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT STEIN WAY PIANO;
i must sell • Immediately' solo* away. 929H
W. NINTH ST. U-17-1
i ■ . ". . .
POR SALE—Country Property
" We lave
Subdivided 16©
Acres
ADJOINING LE GRAND,
Merced County, Cal., which we
are selling in ten-acre tracts at
$1.00 Bowl
$1.00 Per Month
it cr Acre
II —■it iil'AyJl *
PRICE $100 PER ACRE
and only 5 per cent on deferred
payments, payable annually. In
oth.er words, you will have
100 Montis
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 alkali or hardpan, with
abundance of cheap water.
Also Remeiilkr
that this land will pay interest
for grain and is ideal orange, fig,
alfalfa, vines, or, in fact, any
thing cart* 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. SHiocnlialr
376 Wilcox Bldg.
Phone A 2334.
11-18-31
2.0
' Acres
In our 3000-acro subdivision west of uucor.
Tulare county; If property farmed, means
Independence for you, and this land, with
out irrigation, will produce better than a)
bushels of wheat per acre, and when Irri
gated will produce from 6 to 10 tons of
alfalfa per acre In a single year. Our
water supply Is pure and unlimited. An
abundance for Irrigation purposes can be
had at a. depth varying from 25 to 38 feet.
While we recommend this as a first-class
alfalfa proposition, our land will grow
all kinds of deciduous fruit to perfection.
The price of our land runs from J4O to
$65 per acre. On our *40 to $50 land we can
make you terms of $1 an acre cash and II
an acre per month. On our $55 to $65
land our terms are one-fourth cash and the
balance In one, two, three and four equal
payments. of $1 an acre If desired.
As over one-half of our subdivision has
been sold, we urge you to co:.ie in at once
and arrange to go up with us Wed
nesday, November 25. The trip will take
but one day's time, as we travel at night.
$5.00 for the round trip, including sleeper.
PACIFY FRUIT AND ALFALFA LAND
CO., 718 Dana Bldg., 426 S. Spring St.
11-19-41
Near lerced
Alfalfa, .Fruit- and
Eucalyptus laid
1210 Acres
Main Canal crosses land. Surrounding
land sells for $100 per acre in small
tracts. Price (or this big tract $30 per
acre. 1-3 cash, balance 5 years, 6 per
cent. See
Woods &'Glllett
528 South Spring Street
MERCED LANDS
■ n-i»-it
In.Orange County
Twelve Acres
All Nice, Level Land,
ADJOINING THE CITY OF ANAHEIM,
READY TO BE BET TO VALENCIA OR
ANGES. ALL
FOR $3600
ON VERY EASY TERMS. FIRST COMB,
FIRST SERVED. DON'T MISS THIS, A3
YOU CAN EASILY DOUBLE YQUH
MONEY IN. A VERY SHORT TIME.
Oeo. J. Shoenbair
376 WILCOX BLDG.
Phone A23M. U-18-3
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
price, but your price takes the property.
For full particulars see DU BOSE. 701
Qrosse bldg. : 11-10-tf
FOR BALE—TWENTY ACRES, IV4 MILES
east of Upland; good house: young family
orchard: ten shares of water; good location
■ for lemons; prlca $4500, about half cash.
Address A. K. RAWSON, owner. Upland.
Cal. Sunset phono 3013. . '.'<, U-13-It
t^*l , - __L-_ _t .___ .—_«.« * i-_E_t ___fl_TMk__C_______________l^____l
pOR SALE— Country Property
10-Acre'Ranch
Well Sanely Loam Soil
on three car lines, surround
ed by orange groves and fruit or
chards in an absolutely frostlcss
belt; one hour ride from Los An
geles foothill section, with water.
Easy terms if desired.
Gco. C. Pccltoam Co.
204-6 Union Trust Bldg.
Cor. 4th and Spring Sts.
Main 3221. F5392
11-19-21-t
20
ACRE .
TRACT
wit! Small 2-Room
HOUSE; BARN, HORSES, BUGGY, WAR.
ON AND ALL IMPLEMENTS! 300 HENS;
ABOUT 1C TONS OF LOOSE HAY.
' Jacob Stern .
■ 404 PACIFIC ELECTRIC BLDG.
11-19-3t
FOR SALE-A BARGAIN; IN ORDER TO
settle up my business affairs, I will offer
for a short time only from three to seven
thousand acres of the choicest irrigated fruit,
vine, alfalfa and general farm land to be
found in one solid body In the entire San
Joaquin valley, location near Hanford, only
one and one-half miles from Ry. station; Ir
rigated by first class water right from the
Kings river. For full particulars address
LEONORA ROWANTREE, 1474 Winneld St..
city. 11-20-1
LOOKUP
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
, 10-12-tl
3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or 1 Insertions for the 1
price of 5. Aric The Herald counter man.
. 11-l-tt
POW' —City Lots and Lands
uJOQkCDit
Mountain
.. Pa*
An all-tlie-j car-round mountain home re
sort. Only 38 minutes from I,oh Aneeles
and 6 l-4o fare. To Invest now is to get
In on the ground floor. These lota will
double In value soon. For a short time
your choice of these lots only
$250
$5 Down, $1 a Week
RsJ,^. Interest
In ID Taxes
LOTS SELLING FAST
Get tickets at our office for AUTO RIDE
through LAUREL CANYON TO LOOK
OUT MOUNTAIN TARK FREE.
Great improvements have been made.
Beautiful winding boulevards lead to the
Scenic Rim Drive
Pure mountain water Is piped to every lot.
The new LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HO
TKI. has Just been completed. New
homes are now. beinir built and lots are
selling; fast. Get our folders.
W. W. NORTON & CO.
415 S. Hill St. .
Phones— 8774, 1.1412.
11-19-lt
The City ' ■
INGLEWOOB
That Grows
LAST YEAR 1000
THIS YEAR 2000
' GET IN AND RIDE WITH US.
10-10-U
GO AND SEE
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
' 10-12-tf
FOR SALE—SOUTHWEST CORNER BUR-
Ungton and Bellevue. 70x123. and 4
room house. Terms to suit. Make of
fer. DU BOSE, 101 Qroue bldg.
11-11-tf
SELL THAT HOUSE, LOT OR RANCH AT
small expense through a Herald want ad,
11-3-tt
POR SALE—Orange Groves
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
10-11-tI
|^OR SALE—Furniture
FOR SALE
AT A BARGAIN
A quarter-sawed oak desk and
two oak office chairs. Good as
new.
For desk and chairs.
Call at
O. M. NEWBY
Room 252 Wilcox Building
ii-if.-nt
BAVB MONET! YOUR ADVT. THRF..I
times for the price of two, or seven times
for thn prlcu of five. If pr-pali. 11-1-tf
j^OR SALE—Business Property
BUY A HOME" IN
INGLEWOOD BUNGALOW
PARK
10-12-tf
LOT 50*188, BUSINESS CORNER; WORTH
11500. Will sacrifice for $1100 cash.
Onft block from oar line; close In.
DOW-SMITH COMPANY
US Mason Bids. 11-15-7t
A 3 TIME AD FOR THE PRICE OF J. OR
7 Insertions for the price of 5. Ask the
HERALD Counter Man.
JT'OR SALE— ReaI Estate, UnclassTd
"GLORIOUS KOOTENAY," BRITISH COL
umhia. No Irrigating; delightful climate;
fruit farms. $10 to $80 per acre; easy terms.
Fret, booklet, etc. INVESTORS' TRUST &
MORTGAGE CORPORATION. LTD., 134
Hastings at.. W.. Vancouver. B. C. 11-6-lmo
/
FOR SALE—OiI Property
FOR SALE- OIL STOCKS. BEST STOCK
proposition on the market. Today 10c; De
cember 1 25c; January 1 50c. Got busy;
buy today. Write OIL AGENT, 137 East
Sixteenth street. Los Angeles, Cal.
11-19-3t
JTOR 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—Hotels, Lodging Houses
FOR SALE—I6-ROOM ROOMING HOUSE,
fine location" lease. $950 If taken this
week. Call 62* S. GRAND AYE.
11-17-tf
FOR SALE—ROOMING HOUSE; 10 ROOMS,
central, $330. Inquire 251 WINSTON ST.
■ H-19-3
j'OR SALE—Stocks and Bonds
OIL, MINING AND INDUSTRIAL COM
panies 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
SAVE MONEY! YOUR ADVT. THREE
times for the price of two, or seven times
for the price of five, If prepaid. 11 1.:}!
JTOR SALE—Live Stock
FOR SALE—HORSE AND BUGGY; MARE,
7 years old, suitable for solicitors or route
I work; god traveler and In good condition;
I will sell reasonable. 1932 E. FIRST. Phone
Boyle 427. 10-23
-3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the pflce of 2, or 7 Insertions for the
price of 5. Ask The Herald counter man.
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POR SALE—Poultry, Birds, Dogs ,
FOR SALE— YOUNO LLEWELLYN SET
ttr dogs, 4 months old. from field brok
en stock. F. H. TAYLOR. 91» West Both
street. t-*-tt
pOR SALE—Musical Instruments
A. O. GARDNER, 11* WINSTON ST. Pi
anos cold, rented, tuned; very low rates.
, «-12-tf
POR SALE—Miscellaneous _
FOR SALE —$350, TRUST DEED AND ONE
1300 second mortgage trust deed; also
a fine new $400 piano and 2 clear lots
at Hawthorne and Watts; also'a fine rub
ber tire buggy worth $150; also a $50
order for room rent on good apartment
bouse. DU BOSE, 701 Grojse bldg.
11-11-tf
FOR SALE—SCHOLARSHIP TO THE INTER
NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
(ANY SPECIAL COURSE YOU WISH) AND
THE DE CHAUVENET CONSERVATORY
OF MUSIC.
CALL ROOM 4, 110% 8. SPRING ST.. OR
PHONE MAIN 8603. U-6-tf
FOR SALE — COUNTERS, SHELVING.
SHOWCASES, WALL CASE, COFFEE
MILLS, CASH REGISTERS and STORE
FIXTURES OF ALL KINDS; CHEAP
EST PLACE IN THE CITY. WE BVI
AND SELL. 21« E. 4TH ST. 10-30-lt
UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION. IF PRE
pald, your ad throe times for the price of
two, or seven time* for the price of
five. __£__'
FOR SALE—GOOD SECOND-HAND UP*-,
right piano at 103S INGRAHAM ST. Your
price takes It. 11-11-tf
FOR SALE-TOP LAUNDRY WAGON, TOP
vegetable wngon and express wagon. IBS B.
SAN PEDRO. H-IS-3t
CASH PAID FOR FEATHERS
8427 S. MAIN. Phone 84913. .'. 6364. 11-2-lmo
FOR SALE—FIRE-PROOF SAFE CHEAP.
ANPBRSON, 3i'4 S. I .us Angles St. 6-15-tf
SPECIAL NOTICES—
EYE-HEADACHES
Have your heada"hei forever cured without
drugs anil your eyes examined hero freo ot
charge by a well known specialist. Special
attention paid to eyes of children.
DR. W. C. DICKSON, .
328-9 Socurlty Bldg., Fifth and Spring.
11-13-tf
THE PASADENA TOURNAMENT OF HOSES
association In open for bld« for concessions
at Tournament park, January 2, 1911. Ad
dri>sa all communications to ASSISTANT
SECRETARY, Tournament of- Roses As-so
clution, Pasadena, Cal. I 1 18-71
WANTED—LADIES AND C_NTLEMKNi
clothing. Positively highest prices pnld.
MAIN' 3597; FS9JB. «-25-12m'J ■
CLOSING OUT 2500 GALLONS OP CAR
rara paint. $1.50 per gallon. SH__HAN'3,
»00 S. Broadway. i-IS-tt
I INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, rr 7 Insertions for ti.« I
price of B. Ask The Herald counter man. |
FURNITURE) REPAIR WORK
Cane and rush seating, upholstering unl
rofiniahiim. 2488 T. BDWY. 4382. M-V-tf
\y ANTED—Miscellaneous
WANTED TO BUY—BULL PUP. ADDJIESS
BOX 182, Herald. 11-»-'f
.:'.'.',■ ZZ
WANTED-CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
beds. 758 BAN PEDRO ST. Phones .Vain
11W; FSO4I. 13-17-tf
Schools and Colleges j
Summer
School
College of Fine
Arts, U. S. C.
All Branches Fine and
Applied Arts.
Catalog on Request
W. L. Judson
Dean
Miss Wing's
School
1226 Alvarado Street
Day and boarding school. All grades! an.l
departments from kindergarten to coIIeRC.
Courses of study the same as thos- given
In the ■public schools; best trained teachers.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 21; REGIS
TRATION of pupils Sept. 19 and 20. Call
today for Illustrated catalogue. Home 6314 1.
Throop
Academy"
PASADENA—A Polytechnic high school-
Shop Work, Home Economics, >ew Dormi
tory. Srml for catalogue.
£>-*&* j- ' 953-5-7 W. Seventh
Wffitof&t*&f<p&9 t St. Both Phones.
£jo^'^ Jos. W. H. Camp,
COMMERCIAL Msrr
< i)l I l.t.i. s
Fall term now In progress. Dally en
rollments. Free catalogue. Night
classes In bookkeeping and shorthand.
• 10-7-1*
German, English
Shorthand
By experienced teacher. Terms moderate,
730 W. 31it et Phone South 4436.
Leader .Since 1884.
Fifth Floor Hamburger Bid?., Los Angeles.
Catalog—B7th Year. FIBSO, Main 2303.
FOR SALE—SCHOLARSHIP TO THE INTER
NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
(ANY SPECIAL COURSE YOU WISH) AND
, THE DE CHAUVENET CONSERVATORY
OF MUSIC.
CALL ROOM 4, 119% S. SPRING ST.. OR
PHONE MAIN 8692. i 11-B-tf
TUTORING OR READING
English, languages, literature, class or ■in
dividual. Highest credentials. BOX 77,
HERALD. ' 10-16-sun-wed-sat-7t
THE PARMELEE 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. 625 STIMSON BLOCK.
Broadway 1919; AlB4O. 9-2-t£
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.
U-l-tt
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR DAY SCHOOL CAT
alogue describing bookkeeping and short-.
hand? Y. M. C. A. E-12-tt
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, 413
W. Fifth St. E. E. SHRADER, Ph. D..
president since 1890. 10-27-tt
BROWNBBERGER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE.
953-7 W. SEVENTH. Send for catalogue.
8-19-tf
PERSONALS, BUSINESS
MORPHINE
OPIUM, COCAINB
and all drug habits cured at home by the
most remarkable remedy ever discovered.
No hypodermic injections; no pain. A cure
or no pay, Call or write SO. CAL. CHEM
ICAL CO., 202V4 S. Broadway, rooms 205-206,
Los Angeles. 9-10-t£
PERSONAL—DR. H. T. McNA'JUHT HAS
REMOVED HIS OFFICES TO SUITE 101
BUMILLER BLDG., 430 S. UJWAUWAI.
HOURS, 10-12 AND 3-6. 10-30-lmo
3 INSERTIONS OP A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of 2, or I Insertions for the
price of 6. A*k The Herald counter man.
11-1-tf
FULL, INFORMATION OF THE DIVORCH
laws of Nevada, Arizona and other stated
free. Address BOX 677, ColdtUld, Nev.
11-16-lmo
ARE YOU SICK? GET THE CHANNEL OV
Life open. Call for to get the healing touch,
or address H. W. OTTO, 3iilO Griffith aye.
11-17-7
MRS. MABBON, THE NOTED LONDON
palmist, 113 3. SPRINO, over Owl drug
store. U-28-tf
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES—
money RAISING CHICKENS— OPPORTUNE
ty to purchase 10 acres; good soil, buildings,
trees; 25 per cent under market. STACY, 304
Fay bldg. F2IIS. 10-8-eod-tt
RKI.INQUISHMENT - ONE-FOURTH SEC
tion land, Imperial valley. Would consider
restaurant or rooming house. Address BOX
US>. HERALD. U ■ ly-te
3 INSERTIONS OF A HiSRAU) WANT AD
tor the price of i, or 7 Insertions for the
I'll', o of S. Ask The Herald (:nr"-r man.
11-l-tt
i(K SALK—SMALL RESTAURANT—
doing fair business; It will pay to Investi
gate this snap. DO3 W. BTK ST. 11-13-1
FOR ; -130,400 mortgage: DRAWING
5 per cent Interest on close in acrcas«; will
discount. Address IIOX 203 Herald. 11-13-1
FOn~SAI.E—A FIRST-CLASS BAKEHY, E«.
i.il.':-!»■ 1 12 years. 6ns W. PICO. 11-l-J-7
ATTORNEYS AT LAW— !<,\.\
'LAWYER'S ADVICE FREE
Suite 834 H. W. IleUman Bldg.. Fourth and
Spring.
General practice of law in all Its branches.
Civil an.l criminal cases conducted In all
courts. Charges moderate. Confidential.
11-in-tf
J)RESSMAKINQ— £^y>
3 INSERTIONS OF A HERALD WANT AD
for the price of !, or 7 Insertions for the
price of, 5. Ask The ll.r.ii 1 counter man.
_^ 11-I-tf
MACHINERY--
BAVE MONEYI YOUR ADVT. TIinKU
times for the prlc« of two, or seven tli-i-i
fur the price of live, It prepaid. U-l-lJ
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