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site of the proposed
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jcust, 1596 SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED Vol. V, No.



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ACRES AT $106.00 AN ACRE. 175 acres being in trees. No encumbrance.
Seven miles from ocean, high range of foothills tempers southwesterly trade winds ;
elevation 450 feet. Highly improved ranch, with running water in creek. For sale
entire. Within 300 yards of R. R. depot, church, postoffice, telegraph, etc.

About IOO acres in 8-year-old prunes and apricots. 34 acres iu 3-year-old apricots, almonds, peaches
16 acres in 2-year-old apricots, peaches. 18 acres in i-year-old apricots, peaches. 6 acres in blue
and sugar gums. Enough oranges, lemons, etc., for home and local sale. Balance of land all in
grain, hay. corn, clover, pumpkins, carrots, etc. Last year's crop was: 169J 2 tons dried prunes.
5' 2 tons dried apricots. 109 tons baled hay. 4*i tons barley grain). 8 tons corn (shelled). Besides
pumpkins, etc. All damaged fruit, waste grain from stables, pumpkins, corn, etc., turned into hogs.
Xo Irrigation Necessary. Our ranch is all valley land: 20 feet to water (average) .

Giant Sycamores and Monterey Pine avenues, and wild tobacco on ranch
13 Roomed Dwelling, with all modern improvements, deep verandas (screened in). Halfinterest

in 1 inch gravity flow mountain water. Water piped all over house. Garden, tennis couit,

stables, two wells, windmill, tanks, etc.
6 Roomed Boarding Huu'se for ranch hands, stabling for 16 horses. 2 cows, etc. Barn covers 115

tons baled hay. Covering for all machinery. Tool house. Grain warehouse separate.
3 ten foot cultivators, 3 heavy wagons, I spring wagon. 3 harrows, '4 buggies, mower, rake, smaller

horse cultivators, gang and hand ploughs, etc. Large and well selected horses. 3 mares bred

to son of Red Wilkes (1749).
Drying Plant — capacty 120O tons green fruit: including Anderson Dipper (large), Hamilton

Grader (green and dry fruit), 13«>oO yards calico. 1600 boxes; trays, trucks, tracks, etc
Oil Wells now being sunk about one mile south of this property.

Reason for sale, owner has nitrate and railroad interests in South America requiring attention.
Title Guaranteed by Orange County Title and Abstract Co, Incorporated, Santa Ana, Cal.
Reference (by permission), Farmers and Merchants Bank, Los Angeles, Cal.
Address Owner, £. PETRI E HOYLE,

Rancho Canada de los Alisos, Kl Toro, Orange Co., Cal.

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There's Nothing in Los Angeles

Kefr^/a, a CORONADO WATER SOUP

MR. WHEDON, at 204 S. Spring Street

Distributes CORONADO WATER inbott,esor A p one\*o4




WOODLAWN, THE NEW RESIDENCE TRACT OF LOS ANGELES

Call on Owner for Information, at

319^ South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.

Woodlawn, the residence tract of Los Angeles. Prices, $600, $700, $750, $800 and $1000. This property
can only be obtained from the owner, Thos. McD. Potter, 319H So. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.



VALUABLE . . .
CIRCULATION

means READERS

To gain readers and hold them,

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CHICAGO
BOSTON
PHILADELPHIA
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EIGHTH AND HOPE STREETS




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Heated throughout by steam Convenient to four lines of street railway.

Just outside the business district. Strictly first-class.

None but white labor is employed.

Convenient to All Seaside Resorts

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The Land of Sunshine

Contents— August, 1896.

PAG*

On the Ridge of the Sierra Madre frontispiece

Coyote (poem), illustrated, John Vance Cheney 95

By Way of the Devil's Backbone (illustrated), Geo. F. Leavens 96

The Autograph Cliff, El Morro (illustrated), Chas. F. Lummis 101

(Southwestern Wonderland Series.)

Homes on Mountain and Desert (illustrated), David P. Barrows 106

The Vaquero (illustrated), Flora Haines Loughead / 109

As Told by Themselves (story), illustrated, Lillian Corbett Barnes 115

The Landmarks Club 119

An Invitation (poem), Charlotte Perkins Stetson 120

A Jackrabbit Round-up (poem), Wm. M. Bristol 120

The Lion's Den (the Editor) 121

That Which is Written (the Editor) 123

Some Los Angeles Clubs (illustrated) 125



ARTISTIC FRAMING

A SPECIALTY.




George Elliott, «£*?*

Pictures, Mouldings, Artists' Material anil Stationery



Near the Foothills

Ten-acre

Orange

Groves

in

frostless

locality.

I also have Peach

and Apricot Orch-

ifcS ards, and Vineyards and

m\) Farming Lands for

Stock and Grain.

All first-class and plenty of water
for irrigation.

CITY BUILDING LOTS

Inquire of owner,

W. S. ALLEN

33 2 -334 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.




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DMATIONAL* *




POMONA COLLEGE SK"""""

Courses leading to degrees of B.A., B.S.,
and B.L. Its degrees recognized by Uni-
versity of California and other Graduate
Schools. Also preparatory School, fitting
for all Colleges, and a School of Music of
high grade.
Address, C. G. BALDWIN, Pres.
JOHN C. FILLMORE,

Director of School of Music.

MARLBOROUGH SCHOOL

For Girls and Young Ladies
865 W. 23d St., Los Angeles.

Handsome home with family discipline and refined
family life, for twenty girls. New annex this year,
containing assembly room, class rooms, studio,
gymnasium, etc. Preparatory to be opened this
year. Girls graduated in Latin and English
courses, and prepared for any college to which
women are admitted. Extended course in English
Language and Literature, and special opportun-
ities for work in Art, History, etc. During the
summer Mrs. Caswell travels in Europe with
classes.



CHAFFEY,



), CAL.
Preparatory and Boarding



An ENDOWED

School.
15 PROFESSORS AND TEACHKRS:-

(John Hopkins; Oxford, Eng.; Wesleyan.
Conn.; Toronto, etc.

INDIVIDUAL METHOD: The bright
are not retarded, the slow not crowded.
Graduate not "in four years," but when
necessary credits are gained — be it earlier
or later.

CHAFFEY GRADUATES SUCCEED:
5 have been Editors of their respective
University publications ; 3, Business Man-
agers ; a number have taken first prizes
in rhetoricals ; one, a member Cal. State
I'niv, Faculty ; one, a Fellow in Chicago
Univ.; 2 Asst. Prin. High Schools ; 2 edit-
ors and publishers weekly papers ; etc.

HEALTH : The " College Home " is peculiar
because of the motherly care of the ma-
tron, the abundance of well cooked and
well served food, and other conditions that
make the new student healthy and hearty.

TENTH TEAR begins Sept. 17, 1896.
Address Dean, William T. Randall, A. M.



Pasadena.



Miss ohtoH's

Classical School for Girls.

A Boarding and Day School.

Certificate admits to Eastern Colleges.

FROBEL INSTITUTE <«—»«—>



All grades taught, from Kindergarten to College
Training School for Kindergartners a specialty

PROF. AND MME. LOUIS CLAVERIE.

Circular sent on application.

GIRLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL

1!»1 S-19 •»•.- South Grand Avenue

For resident and day pupils. An attractive home,
and thorough school.

MISS PARSONS AND MISS DENNEU

PRINCIPALS



Los Angeles Academy

A Boarding School for Bovs

Ideal location in country, near the foothills.
Forty boys, eight teachers. Not a large school,
but a %ood one. Military discipline. $25000 a
year. NO extras. Send for catalogue.

C. A. WHEAT, Principal,

P. O. Rox 193. Los Angeles, Cal.




226 S. Spring St., Los Angeles

Oldest, Largest and Best. Send for Catalogue.



G. A. Hough,

President.



N. G. Felkbr,

Vice President.



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—You Have a Boy

He's a good boy (a : though you doubt it sometimes). He
made slow progress at the local school last year. Wasted valuable
time. He hasn't learned the " knack " of studying (never will
unless you help him). Not his fault, he goes where you send
him. His teachers are "mechanical," but he's no machine. He
is a thoroughly live, active boy, and needs an instructor who
understands boys and how to teach them, one who can gain their
confidence— that's the main thing — and then lay the foundation
for the rearing of the man.

We aim to keep him busy — work or play — all the time.
He must be up at the bugle call, 6 a. m. (military discipline pre-
vails) ; go through regulation " setting-up " exercises before
breakfast; after which, "morning inspection;" study hour;
chapel; study and recite; drill, etc., etc. Every hour of the day
is provided for. No time or place to loaf. Boys, eight to
eighteen years old received. Must have certificate of good
character. Terms, $250.00 a year. No Extras.

LOS ANGELES ACADEMY

A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS

Near the^foothills, a miie'west'of Westlake Park. Fall term begins September 9. Send for catalogue.

W. R. Wheat, Business Manager, P. O. Box 193, Los Angeles, Cal.

The Hotel Iiillie

534 S. Hill St., Los Angeles, Cal.

In the central part of the city. Open all the year.
Electric cars pass every six minutes. New house, ele-
gantly furnished, all large outside sunny rooms, broad
halls and beautiful verandas. Fronting Central Park,
adorned with an endless variety of flowering shrubs and
plants and tropical shade trees' The air from the Park
comes to guests freighted with aroma. It is the favorite
resort of citizens and strangers.

The proprietor, J. H. LILLIE, will spare no pains or
expense to make his guests feel at home, supply them
with the best of food and see that they receive every
proper attention.

4®* low prices for the summer.

LOS ANGELES BUSINESS
COLLEGE

Currier Building

UNEXCELLED ....

Send for Illustrated Catalogue.





C. B. WAITE

Cai)d$eap<? Photographer

254 South Broadway

Los Angeles, Cal.

Commercial Photography.
Residences and Ranches to Order.
Developing and Printing for amateurs.
Finest Unmounted Views of Southern Califor-
nia.
Advertising Photos a specialty.




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Fishers Music House



427 SOUTH BROADWAY



LOS ANGELES, CAL.




wo rld renowned SOHMER PlANOS



-SOLE AGENCY



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or




LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA



408 SOUTH BROADWAY

chamber of commerce
Building

RICHARD ALTSCHUL

REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND COMMISSION

References : Messrs. Lazard, Freres, New
York ; London, Paris and American Bank, San
Francisco ; Farmers and Merchants Bank, Los
Angeles ; First National Bank, Los Angeles.



ENTENMANN & BORST, —

Jewelers and Watchmakers

Diamond Setters and Engravers.

Medals, Society Badges and School Pins in gold
and silver. Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Any description of gold and silver jewelry made
to order and repaired. Old gold and silver bought.
217 ' South Spring Street
Rooms 3, 4 and 7, Up Stairs, LOS ANGELES, CAL.

WHEN YOU VISIT

SAN DIEGO

REMEMBER . . .




RATES

$2.50 PER DAY

AND UP



American Plan Only. Centrally
located. Elevators and fire escapes. Baths,
hot and cold water in all suites. Modern con-
veniences. Fine large sample rooms for com-
mercial travelers.



f-|OTEL ARCADIA, Santa Monica, Cal

J* - ,__ «__» .i CS&9 S. REINHART mmtmm , r -ro»



The only first-class
tourist hotel in this,
the leading coast re-
sort of the Pacific. 150
pleasant rooms, large
and airy ball room,
beautiful lawn and
flower gardens. Mag-
n ificent panoramic
view of the sea. First-
class orchestra. Surf
and hot water baths
a positive cure for
nervous and rheumatic
disorders.

Time from Los An-
geles by Santa F6 or
S. P. R.R. 35 minute«,
Pasadena and Pacific
electric cars, seventy-
five minutes.




THE LEADING SUMMER RESORT



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Ontario.

^> ITU ATE D at a distance of 35 miles from the Pacific ocean, and 39
{GOT miles east of Los Angeles, on the main line of both the Southern
Pacific and Santa F6 railways, is the beautiful town of Ontario.
In location, climate, soil, and water privileges, Ontario has many ad-
vantages. Fine business blocks, electric cars and lighting, handsome
churches and schools, fine residences, surrounded by what is already
becoming a great forest of citrus and deciduous orchards, blocked out
by splendid shade trees — such is Ontario at thirteen years. How many
Eastern towns twice its age and population would ever dream of half
its progress? The elevation, ranging from 950 to 2500 feet, insures a
most healthful and agreeable climate, while the conditions for growing
citrus and deciduous fruits cannot be excelled.




A NAVEL ORANGE GROVE.



For the past two years Ontario has planted more orchard lands than
any other district in Southern California, the firm of Hanson & Co. alone
having planted over 1500 acres to the various kinds of citrus and decidu-
ous fruits. This they are selling in 10 or 20-acre tracts, at prices ranging
from $150 to $400 per acre, according to location of lots and water priv-
ileges. These prices are for three-year-old orchards. The streets and



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