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next issue you double the size of our advertise-
ment. We hope we are not too late, as we esteem
it of great importance.

'We have received better returns during the
past year from our advertisement in the Land of
Sunshine than from all others put together.
" We are truly yours.

'"Wood & Church,
"Real Estate, etc., Pasadena, Cal."



* * * * " our advertisements in the Land
of Sunshine have brought us customers not only
from Los Angeles but from Redlands, and other
outside towns.

'Avery Staub Shoe Co..

" Los Angeles."



" While in charge of the Chino Ranch Com-
pany's interests, I had occasion to place a very
small advertisement in your beautiful magazine.
It affords me pleasure to state that I received
more replies from that small advertisement, ap-
pearing only twice, than from any other medium
used durinjj four months of that period. I will
arrange for a permanent advertisement at an
early date.

" W. H. Holabird."



* * * ' ' From the orders which we receive for the
catalogue we are advertising in the Land of
Sunshine, it must have an effective and wide
distribution. H. Jevxk,

" Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Los Angeles."



* * * " We know of no better presentation of
this section, nor one which seems to catch on
more effectively. The advertisement which we
have been running has induced a large number
of inquiries from so many different portions of
the United States and foreign countries that we
are satisfied that the Land of Sunshine is a very
important factor in making certain a large immi-
gration to this sectiou. * * *

"Grider & Dow,
"Adams-st. Tract, Los Angeles."



" Our advertisement in your recent issue has
already made us one sale and brought several
inquiries. * • *

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What Advertisers Say.



* * * * "A party of ten came up the trail in
response to my first advertisement, and spent
several days on the peak, thus paying in advance
•my six months' contract with you, and leaving
ine a profit besides.

" C. S. Martin.

" Camp Wilson."



" My advertisement has been instrumental in
placing me in correspondence with more in-
vestors than all other mediums combined.
"Fannie M. McKoon,
"Executrix Fanito Rancho, Santee, Cal."



" Herewith a letter from a would-be purchaser
of my property, which you will see was sent to
me from Chicago on the 6th inst , in answer to
my advertisement which appeared in your mag-
azine on the 25th of the previous month.

" Will D. Gould,
" Att'y, Los Angeles, Cal."



" I believe that I was the first to take advertis-
ing space in your monthly, and I have every
reason to be the last to leave it.

"J. E. O'Brien,
" Hotel Brewster, San Diego."



" It is the only publication in which any of my " My page advertisement in your magazine has

guests have ever mentioned seeing my advertise- placed us into correspondence with a number of

ments. intending investors, one of whom has already

" S. Reinhart made a $5000 purchase. '• J. W. H.,

" Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica." " Stimson Block, Los Angeles."



The four subscriptions which I have given
you somewhat express my confidence in the
Land of Sunshine, but I do not hesitate to say
that I consider it the best advertising medium
-which has yet been given to this section.

"Jno. P. Fisk,
" Real Estate, Redlands, Cal."



" Dear Son : I am this moment in receipt of
the magazine. Land of Sunshine, with our ' ad.'
It is first-class in every respect. * * *

" The half-tones are excellent, and the reading
matter could not be improved upon for good taste
and comprehensiveness. If you do all your ad-
vertising as well as this, you will show that you
are an apt scholar. * * *

" Col. Jno. P. Jackson,
" Napa Soda Springs, Cal."



* * * " We get more inquiries through the Land
of Sunshine than from any other advertising we
send out. * * *

"Jno. E. Boal,
"San Diego Land & Town Co., National City, Cal."



" Mv attention was called by customers to my
advertisement in the Land of Sunshine before I
•had found time to see it myself. * * *

'" George Elliott,

"Los Angeles, Cal.
" Pictures, Mouldings, Artists' Materials and
Stationery."



" Our two City Directory advertisements in the
Land of Sunshine were the means of our selling
a number of books — one or two in such distant
territory as Texas.

" Geo. W. Maxwell,
" L. A. Directory Co., Los Angeles."



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into our office the other day. I have been deal-
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if the ' no-saw-edge collar and cuff ironer ' which
you are advertising in the Land of Sunshine will
do what you claim, you can have my business."
Empire Steam Laundry,

Los Angeles, Cal.



* * * " Your pages offer the most attractive and
we believe the most profitable form of advertis-
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" Pomona, Cal."



* * * " From a doubter I have grown through
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"Thos. McD Potter.
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* * * "It may be pleasant for you to know that
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Capital (paid upi - - $500,000.00
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Total - - $1,320,000.00

officers :

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Henry J. Fleishman Cashier

G. A. J. Heimann Assistant Cashier

directors:
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Canon and the great

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Capital Stock $400,000

Surplus and Undivided Profits over 230.000

J. M. Elliott, Prest., W.G. Kerckhoff, V.Pres

Frank A. Gibson, Cashier.

G. B. Shaffer, Assistant Cashier.

directors:

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J. D. Bicknell. H. Jevne,

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No public funds or other preferred deposits

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