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LOS ANGELES MEN ORGANIZE
A MINING' COMPANY
EARL ROGERS IS PRESIDENT
John Brink, Luther G. Brown and
, Other Well Known Citizens .
Members of Board of
Sari Rogers Is the president of the
new Searchlight Treasurer Gold Mining
. company, organized by a syndicate' of
Lob Angeles capitalist. John Brink Is
one of the directors and so Is Luther O.
Brown. Other directors are J. N. Hall
and R. S. Quarrler, and this board 1b
-one of the strongest that have been got
'together for any mining proposition.
The property, of the Seachllght
Treasurer Gold Mining company .is
right In the heart of the great mineral
producing belt of Searchlight, Nev. The
property Is -located on the extensions
and immediately adjoining the great
wealth bearing veins of the Duplex
company's mines, and only a few hun
dred j feet f rorrt j the Quartette, Good
Hope and Cyrua Noble properties, all
of .which are well known to the public
Jas j big producers and making their
stockholders wealthy. In fact so near
the very center of this great district Is'
|th» property that a portion of the town
: oi* Searchlight Is on the company's
'. claims, Including some of the large
; stores that are now becoming important
factors In distributing supplies for this
rapidly growing district.
V The. directors purchased the property
I outright and have shown their con-
I fldence in Its irierlt by having the deed
pass, to the company and they accept
v, the stock of the company In; payment
;, therefor, thus starting the company out
Vwjth .'clear ': property, clear title, no
•debts, no complications; so the company
' can begin its shaft with the first dollar
I received from sale of stock. The names
■of [the directors is sufficient guarantee
\ for the able,' honest and careful man
.*iier. In" which the development of -the
property will be made. • •
Realty Dealers on the Go, Seeking
.. Pleasure and Business ', ■
■■■;< W.H. Chamberlln and family are at
Catallna Island for the summer. Mr.
I?-' On Newport Bay, Destined to Become an Important Shipping Point of the Pacific Coast
i Special Features of This Property Balboa Tract Has These Attractions
■;S : i -... ] ?! rst r" One .- mile frontage on deep water on Newport Bay. Second— Sailing, fishing, rowing, swimming, canoeing in the
;S: : One-half mUe- frontage on the Pacific Ocean. Third —No marsh. placid waters of Newport Bay. Hunting near;^at hand on
}ml ; Fourth— Grand grove of beautiful trees for picnic grounds. l Fifth— • mainland and islands. Surf bathing and fishing in the
[ffi '. * Huntington's Electric line. Sixth— Water supply. Seventh— Cement ocean. Walking, riding, automobiling and driving on
' r^ sidewalks. Eighth— Sewerage and grading. Ninth— Climate un- the smooth, firm beach. Lounging under the old trees
:§©■ v■« * equaled. Tenth— Bath house, boat house and pavilion. , * in the grand grove.
jg :. ■ Many other advantages too numerous to state here, but call at any- of our offices and we will tell you.
)m Keep your eye on thistract; Prices advance 25 per cent on July 15th. ; i .
)M. ■;•/'■ v/Oinpsiiy s i^Gncr^i \JiiiccS"""O^^-D<^v> DUiiuing, Los AngGiGS
S Newport Beach Office— C. A. Barton in Charge Home: Phone 4945 Main 9005 Office on the Tract— D. W. Chamberlain in Charge
Chnmherlln refuses to Rl vb [ personal
attention to realty ' affairs during the
heated tertn. , ,
M. W. Merwln of the Hellman build
ing, who has been in the eastern states
over a month, has returned home to
enter actively In fealty deals. While
absent Mr. Merwln visited Salt Lake,
New Orleans, New York and other
large cities. The weather was exceed
ingly hot at New Orleans and New
York. While It has been rather warm
In Los Angeles recently, Mr. Merwln
states "that to appreciate fully the
pleasant climate of Southern Califor
nia a brief visit In sizzling eastern
cities Is all that la necessary In the
summer season. *»
Elmer O. Dow, who recently returned
from, a business trip to Las Vegas,
states' that the 'old townslte Is about
deserted and that improvements are
brisk In the railroad townslte. Pro
moters of the old townsite are reported
to have disappeared.
; Irvine 8. Meteger of the Stlmson
building will mix mining enterprises
with realty business. Ha has visited
the Nevada gold fields and has bought
the White Rock claim near Crescent, a
property said to be particularly valu
Architect Eager of the firm of Hunt
& Eager has returned to his office, af
ter an extended tour' of eastern 'states.
William P. Gronen of the Golden
State Realty company office has been
■perlously 111 for ten day* past, part of
the time In a hospital under the cdre of
Architect Dudley has let the contract
to C. E. Greenamyer for the erection of
the German Baptist church on the
northeast corner of Fifteenth street and
Myrtle avenue. The other contractors
are John Hoag and Walter Lueschner.
The estimated cost of the Improvement
Is $11,000, building to be finished Decem
ber V ■ •■
W. G." Griffith of the Realty Trust
company distinguished himself at
Ocean Park July 4 by saving the lives
of several young men who were bat
tling with waves, far out under the
pier. Mr.> Griffith, who Is an expert
swimmer, , sprang into the . water,
promptly on hearing the cries for help
and with others rescued the party. Mr.
Griffith received several serious in
juries by being thrown by the waves
against 'the supports of the pier.
Aubrey E. Austin of C. J. Heyler &
Co., has returned from Las Vegas,
where he said It was 143 In the shade
at. the side of a telegraph pole and 117
in the shade at the hospital, where
water was flowing for the comfort , of
perspiring patients. Mr. Austin says
the temperature -t^is 100 at night, at
Las Vegas and that he was overjoyed
to get away. . .'..-'
E. M. Reynolds of 211 Grant building
has departed for Chicago, New York
and Boston on Important realty busi
ness. He will be absent about twenty
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNfNO, JULY g, igoj.
V FOR REDONDO CITY
PURCHASE BY H. E. HUNTINGTON
Popular Beaslde Resort and Commer.
clal Port Now Has an Assured
Future— lncrease In Population
an Absolute Certainty
The fact that Henry B. Huntlngton,
who Is always doing big things for Xos
Angeles and Southern California, has
purchased the holdings of the Redondo
Improvement company at Redondo,
embracing 1000 acres, or over 4000 lots
at an estimated outlay of $1,000,000, has
aroused renewed Interest In the popular
resort and commercial port. Property
values will advance at once, and Oar
land & Co. kre out with a prediction of
IG.OOO population for Redondo In 1910.
' Homeseekers and Investors are rush-
Ing to Redondo to purchase lots. One
realty firm Is said to have sold lots ag
gregatlrig $160,000 In value in two days
IN THE 80UTHEA8T
F. P. Dalton, at corner of Twentieth
street and Central avenue, reports
sales as follows In the George Dalton
tract and ' In Dalton's 'Orange Grove
Sarah E. Dalton to.L. G. Valiant;
$?00. Purchaser will improve with a
modern six-room cottage.
F. P. Dalton to O. W. Ryerson, two
lots; $800. Purchaser Is Improving with
a modern frame store building, which
he will occupy as a grocery store.
Sarah E. Dalton to Anna W. Coft
man; $1000. Purchaser will Improve
with a modern six-room cottage and a
J. A. Whitlow to Geo. Terry; $800.
Buyer is improving with a modern six
W. S. Myers to J. C. Allen, lot Im
proved with a modern five-room cot
tage; $2000. Mr. Allen wjll occupy the
property, as a home. , .' v . ■ ;
A. E. Watson to Jennie C. Long;
$850. . Mrs. Long Is completing a mod
ern five-room cottage on the property
for a home. ... • , ' i
Peter Muller to Sarah E. Dalton lot
In Wilson tract; $2000. Bought as an
Investment. ■' ■ . ■ ;' ' ■' •'. •
. Chas. L. Lucas to Rev. W. S. Myers;
$2250. ■■■' Lot Improved* with a six-room
cottage which . Mr. ' Myers will occupy
as a home. • •
■F. P. Dalton to John Pluhar, lot at
intersection of : Thirty- f ourth ' and
Hooper streets In Gerald.'. Lloyd tract,
.Improved with a four-jroom cottage;
$1000. Mr. Pluhar will occupy the pre
mises for a home. ' '■ '.' . '
Gold Lent Frame*
Make your old pictures new by having
them appropriately reframed— the largest
line to select from. | Lowest prices. Re
glldlng and repair work a specialty. Store
closed 12:30 Saturdays. Sanbbrn, Vail &
Co., 357 South Broadway.
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It la hardly an exaggeration to say that property. In Th la property hat the, beat Immediate future of anyw
the beautiful lagoon aubdlvlslon, which waa placed l on th , ,„ bMch on the .outhwettern coa.t It 1./,
aale a few daya ago, has been "selling at sight." The . . . . . ..
aalea have greatly exceeded our expectations and. lt la located on the heights east of the lagoon and command* /.
aafe to predict that NOT A BINQLE LOT will bo left a grand- view of ocean, valley. and mountains. ,'V
In ten daya. . , ft
The Highest Class of Improvements Will
-^ Be Established in This Select Subdivision •'
All Lots Have Alleys and 20 Feet Speedways. ; 'S\ ':'.
Lots With Lagoon Frontage Are 38^ -to 40 Feet Wide.
The Lagoon Is Being Banked With Retaining Walls.
SURF AND STILL WATER BATHING | Promenades, speedways, .ewers, gas, electricity.
Pure air, pure water, unmatchable climate. Nearest ' Reasonable building restrictions. Houses built on unl-
beaoh to Los. Angeles. Two miles of perfect beach. form line. Ideal boating on the. !a;oon. Dependable
, Largest pavilion In Southwest. . car service to city. ' • • V-;'-?^
Lots Moderately Priced; One-Third Cash, Balance 1 and 2 Years
Jas. V. Baldwin I Branch office I F. W. Flint, Jr.
Owner's Representative Del Rey, Station Owner's Representative
207-210 Conservative Life w. h. wiiiebrands. 204-205 O. T. Johnson Bldg.
Bldg. Both Phones 57 I gc " ' Both Phones 723
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