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CALLE DONATO GUERRA. No. 1222

Souvenir, Pamphlet and Catalogue Work

A SPECIALTY.



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Please mention that you " saw it in the Land of Sunshine."




Probably more cycle racing was done July Fourth than in a whole
year a decade ago.

The roads of Southern California are now at their worst except where
they are sprinkled. Fortunately sprinkling is becoming more popular.

The annual Santa Monica road race has passed, and probably it will
never be run again. Next year's big road race will start at East Lake
Park, Los Angeles, and go to Pasadena through Alhambra. In Pasa-
dena most of the course will be over Orange Grove Avenue, then
through Lincoln Park, Garvanza, Highland Park and East Los Angeles,
the race will be run to the starting point. This route will be mostly over
well kept roads and through many towns, making this great annual
event a popular one, as thousands will be enabled to see start and finish
without leaving Los Angeles. Pasadena, Alhambra, South Pasadena
and several other towns will then have a proprietary interest in this Derby.

Racing was the rage throughout the Southwest on Independence Day.
There were seven mile road races at Downey and Fullerton, a twelve
mile race at Pomona, an eleven mile race at Riverside, the annual fifteen
mile La Jolla at San Diego and the seventeen mile Santa Monica from
Los Angeles to the sea. There were street races at Pomona, Lompoc
and San Luis Obispo, as well as in several other cities. Track tourna-
ments were conducted at Santa Monica, Riverside, Redlands, Bakers-
field and in the north and at eastern points innumerable. The three
meets in Southern California, as well as the meet at Bakersfield, were
attended by thousands.

Wheels were used not only for racing on this, the greatest holiday of
the year, but also by the hundred for pleasant road journeys in every
part of the Southwest. Scores of wheelmen and wheelwomen rode to
Santa Monica from Los Angeles, until there were several well-worn paths
made in that road by the bicycle tires alone.

The State of California is looking up the good roads question
thoroughly, and the counties which have gone into building good roads
deserve great credit. In Ventura county a good start has been made
and also about Santa Barbara city. Riverside has some good roads that .
have been built at great expense, notably the Box Spring Mountain
Canon grade. There are probably twenty miles of well-kept roads in Los
Angeles county where there should be at least a hundred times as much.

The League of American Wheelmen, which is a universal brother-
hood association open to all wheelmen, has done much for good roads.
Here in Southern California it has, through Lester Hickok, begun to
map the roads for its members. Thirty maps have already been made,
showing the main routes between the principal cities and towns. These
will be embodied in a road book early in the fall.

George H. Frost of Pasadena, one of the pioneer users of the wheel in
the Southwest, has just made a tour to San Francisco by wheel.

The Los Angeles Road Club had a unique run on July 12. This club
is the youngest club in Los Angeles, and to get acquainted with the
other clubs it held a wheelmen's picnic in the Arroyo Seco, San Rafael
Ranch. All the clubs were invited and lunch was served all day.
Speeches, songs and string music, photographing and visiting were the
features. C. F. G.



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The above rates will remain in
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Company, cor. Third and Broadway, Los Angeles ; Pasadena and Los Angeles Electric Railway
Office, Fourth and Broadway, Los Angeles. Pasadena and Mt. Wilson Railway Company.

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Extra Springs will be furnished on order,
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Size 6 to No. 10 Mills will be furnished for
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Size of Mill No. 2 will have 4 ft. of 4 oz.
silver to 5 ft. of 16 oz. copper plate. All other
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geles, Cal. :

Santa Barbara, Cal., March 28, 1896.

I have suffered for two years with a very bad case of rupture, and being an old man (68 years)
I had but little hopes of ever getting even better. I saw a notice in the Santa Barbara papers of the
wonderful cures of Prof. Joseph Fandrey in Santa Barbara and the surrounding country. I went at
once to see him, 18th of November, 1895, and he furnished me with a special made truss, and at
the same time gave me his lotion, with instructions how to use it. From the moment I put on
the truss I felt then and there a relief. I am a farmer, and ever since I havthad the Fandrey
truss, I have worked six days in the week for three months. Feeling that I was cured I went
to see Prof. Joseph Fandrey at office, 821 South Broadway, Los Angeles, and he examined me and
found that I was perfectly cured of rupture. I wish the public to know (for the public good),
that Prof. Joseph Fandrey has a thorough knowledge of his business, and, to my idea, is one of
the honest specialists on the Pacific Coast. W. S. Bargin, 219 Ana Pamue St., Santa Barbara.

Please mention that you " saw it in the Land of Sunshine."



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Authority on
Circulation

From the American Newspaper

Directory, N. Y.

Daily Times, average for past
year _ i5.54<>

Monthly Land of Sunshine,
certified average year pre-
ceding April 1st, 1896, 7916

Daily Express, average for
past year 7031

Daily Herald, smallest edition
past vear 6500

Daily Record, not rated

Daily Hotel Gazette, smallest
edition 29a

Weekly Sunday World, small-
est edition 3000

Weekly Investor, smallest
edition 1000

Weekly Capitol, not rated

Monthly Land of Sunshine,
average for year prev.ous to
Dec. 1st, 1895 7468

Monthly Household, exceed-
ing 7500*

Monthly California Cultivator
average year 3240

Monthly Rural Californian,

exceeding 2250

♦Questionable.



La Jolla by the Sea.

This charming seaside resort lies about 14 miles up the coast from San Diego, at the terminus of
the San Diego, Pacific Beach & La Jolla Ry.

This place is an ideal one for campers ; for their benefit a camp has been established, close to the
bathing cove. Tents of different sizes, all of which are floored, have been erected, and can be rented
by the day, week or month, at the following prices :

Size, 8x10 ft. per week, $1.50, per month, $5.00
" 10x12 " " " 2.00 " " 6.00

" 12x14 " " " 2.25 " " 7.00

Special rates for three months.
Cots and camp stools are also for rent as follows :

Cots, per week, 25 c. ; per month, 75 c.
Stools, " " 10 c,; " " 30 c.
Good water is supplied, free of charge, to all campers who hold the railroad tickets.

RESTAURANTS AND COTTAGES.
There are two very good restaurants, where meals can be had by the day, week or month, at low
rates : cottages, both furnished and unfurnished, are for rent.

BATHING.
The bathing at La Jolla is unsurpassed on the coast, the water being clear as crystal and of a
delightful temperature.

NATURAL ATTRACTIONS.
La Jolla has been treated by nature with a lavish hand ; its large caves, rocky points, sandy beaches
are full of attractions ; among the rocks large pools abound, filled with beautiful sea-mosses, which to
be appreciated must be seen at low tide. There are numbers of gold fish always to be seen at Gold
Fish Point, near the big caves.

FISHING.
Fishing from the rocks often affords great sport, yet the fishing from a boat is usually better. Bar-
racuda mackerel, yellow-tail, etc., can be caught by trolling, while rock cod.white fish, kelp bass, jew-
fish, etc., can be caught in the kelp beds or the banks outside.
TRAIN SERVICE.
Three trains daily are run each way by the San Diego, Pacific Beach & La Jolla Railway, leaving
San Diego at 9:10, 1:20 and 5:10 ; returning, leave La Jolla at 7:15, 11:45 and 3:45. All holders of South-
ern California excursion tickets will be entitled to excursion rate of 50 c. for the round trip, good
until used. For further information enquire of

HERBERT DABNET, General Manager.
or C. D. BOYD, Superintendent.
MS~See July issue of this magazine for illustrated article on " La Jolla."



that you 'saw it in the Land of Scnshine."



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than $20,000, but owner wants money, and will sell at $11,250. It will pay 15 per cent, on the investment.

We have a fine list of Los Angeles and Pasadena city property ; some are bargains.

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are not a "guess-work " remedy. They give quick relief. The proof of
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in the stomach as soon as the tabule begins to dissolve. Every man
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should' keep them in the house. They are composed of the very medi-
cines your physician would prescribe were he called on to treat you for
dyspepsia or any manner of stomach, liver or intestinal troubles.



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The
Chap=Book

WHAT IT STANDS FOR



The cleverness of this periodical has always
amply justified it existence, but the careless
reader who has never taken it seriously will be
surprised to find on turning over the leaves of this
volume how very much more than merely clever
it is. It contains examples of some of the strong-
est work that is now being done in letters. It
represents the best tendencies of the younger
writers of the day, and, seen in bulk, even its
freaks and eccentricities are shown to be repre-
sentative of their sort, and are present in it be-
cause they are representative, and not because
they are freakish.

Among the good things it contains, which are of
the sort to which one returns again and again
with deepening satisfaction, may be mentioned
" One Word More," being Hamilton W. Mabie's
exceptionally sane and interesting remarks on
literary revolts; •* The Way It Came," by Henry
James; "The Ballad of a Workman," one of
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THE TERMINAL RAILWAY

Whose lines extend
from San Pedro— the
site of the proposed
deep - water harbor —
through Long Beach,
Los Angeles and Pasa-
dena, to Altadena,
where connection is
made with the electric
railway for Rubio
CaSon and the great
incline railway for
Echo Mountain ; and
the Glendale Branch,
traversing the beauti-
ful Glendale Valley, to
Glendale and Verdugo
Park, affords the tour-
ist an opportunity to
see one of the prettiest
sections of the " Land
of Sunshine" without
the exertion usual to
long trips.





LOS ANGELAS



Trains leave
for Mountains:
9:30 a. m., 3:30
p.m., daily.

Trains leave
for Beach : 9:10
a. m., 1:10 and
5.15 p.m. .daily
8.15a.m. & 5.45
p.m. Sundaj-s.



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Orange | 11 30

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