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great Chino Ranch, the fullest development may
be expected in that locality, and a mark set in the
sugar beet industry of this coast.

The average yield of sugar beets in San Benito
county is ten tons to the acre. The yield on Mr.
Wolfe's ranch (the Cullen tract) is eight tons to
the acre. Renters on the south border of Gilroy
get a much larger yield. Farmers at San Ysidrb
will probably give more attention to beet culture
next season. Salinas valley is well up on the
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Gem Stones ; Mexican Opals ; Japanese Cats' Eyes ; Orange Wood, plain and
painted ; Pressed Flowers, Ferns and Mosses ; Jewelry made from Coast Shells ;
5x8 Photos, California Scenes, mounted and unmounted. Wholesale and Retail.

E. L. LOVEJOY, 126 W. FOURTH STREET

Mail Orders Solicited. Los Angeles, Cal.

A MILLION DOLLARS

Will be invested in Olive culture in California
in the next ten years ; the earlier investors will
reap the largest returns. We will sell you the
land, plant the trees, take care of them for you,
and make terms so easy you'll hardly miss the
money. Our book tells you all about it — Free.

DEL SUR RANCH CO., 1227 Trenton St., Los Angeles, cal.



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