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BUYERS GET BUSY
IN REAL ESTATE
LOCAL MARKET SHOWS ACTIV
ITY FOR INVESTMENT
Attention Is Turned Principally to
Semi. Business Property on Seventh
and Eighth Streets and in
While promoters of tract propositions
aro especially active at this srnson of
the year In pointing out the superior
attractiveness of rach now addition,
nnd are meting with pronounced suc
cess In selling very deslrablo lota to
many who will erect homes nnd to th<3
membors of tho grand army of visitors,
considerable attention Is given to seml
buslncss property propositions. Many
good sales closed during the past week
are reported, showing that investors
aro ever on tho alert to gain possession
of lots in desirable localities and Im
proved property of, good rental values.
Below are the principal sales of the
Second and San Pedro
Frederick Etchendorfer has purchas
ed from A. E. Pomeroy, J. F. and W.
H. Davles, the lot 129x150 feet on the
southeast corner of Second and San
Pedro sctreets, consideration $40,000
The lot is improved with a one and
one-half story brick structure, covering
the entire lot, tho building renting for
$150 a month.
Seventh and Eighth
Bwlght Hart has sold to Dr. M. L.
Moore, J. McCoy, N. L.. Cameron and
associates, a lot 45x100 feet, unim
proved, on the north sido of Eighth
street, between Spring and Broadway,
for $65,000. The purchase was made
i's an investment.
A. J. Abbott lias sold for $50,000 to
tho Consolidated Itealty company the
lot 40x110 feet Improved with a one
story brick building, 516-518 West
Sale on Figueroa
Elizabeth C. Rarnum has transferred
to R. C. Owens a lot 120x123 foot on
the northeast corner of Kigueroa nnd
Twenty-third streets, for $15,000. The
lot will be held for iinpovements.
Fifth Street and Town Avenue
Joseph Klatscl.er and Rosa Klatscher
have sold to A. U. Chase the lot on the
southeast corner of Fifth street and
.Tnwne avenue, fronting 55 feet on
.Fifth and 100 feet on Townq. Tho iin
1 Brovcments consist of a two-story
"framo business building, having a store
on tho first iloor, and fourteen rooms,
as a lodging house, on tho seo
'ond Roor. Tho'conslderation named as
.passing for tho property was $38,500.
On San Pedro Street
" Dr. Granville MacGowan has Fold to
a local investor a lot on the southeast
corner' of San Pedro and Agatha
streets, having' a 'frontage -of 50 feet
on the former and 12« feet, to alley, on
the latter. The property . Is without
improvements of value. The reported
selling price is $13,500.
On West Washington
" John G. Shafer has purchased from
E. T. Dunning a lot without valuable
improvementh on tho northwest cor
ner of Washington and Hoover streets,
fronting 75 feet on tho former by IGS
on tho latter. The consideration re
ported was $12,000.
On West Seventh
I The records show that Mary E. Sutn>
of San Francisco has sold lo tho Tltlo
Insurance and Trust company a lot
105x131 feet on tho southeast corner
of Seventh and Valencia streets, con
sideration $25,000. No improvements.
On West Seventh street, southeast
corner of Seventh and Westlako ave
nue, an improved lot 00x150 feet, lias
been sold by T. H. Kla&fiH to William
lioudon for $16,000. No improvements.
Third and Olive
Tho sale of tho Crocker property on
the southeast corner of Olivo and Third
streets for $50,000 Is reported. Tho
lot has a frontage of 120 foot on Olivo
street and extends eastward 150 feet
on Third street to Clay street. ' The
dwelling was erected about twenty
years ago. Later a brick building wan
put up on tho Clay street frontage.
On San Fernando Street
G. A. Hart haR invested $21,500 In
the lot 100x100 feet on tho southeast
corner of Ord and San Fernando
streets, improved with an adobe struc
ture. The transfer, to Mr. Hart was
made by F. M, Knox.
Club Houso Site
The Friday Morning club has pur
chased through North and Urasett tho
southeast corner of Figueroa and Eigh
teenth streets. The lot is 97:7x155 feet
to an alley. ■■ Tho club expects to erect
n fine club houso on tho property. The
prico paid was $20,000.
Fifteenth and Grand
The sale of the unimproved lot 60x100
feet on tho northeast corner of Fifteenth
street and Grand avenue by Muudc M.
Hancroft to T. Brent for $11,500 niis
closed by, Del Vallo & Freeman.
Third and San Pedro
Joseph Mesmer has contracted to sell
to Kmma Krug for $15,000 the lot on tho
southeast corner of Third and San
Pedro streets, 80x126 feet, Improved
with a two-story brick business block.
Homes and Offices
Fouj new houses have been started
during the past week cm Klfty-eighth
street, between Moueta avenuo und
Flguerou street: two on Fifty-seventh
street; two on Fifty-fifth street, In tho
McCarthy company's Moneta Avenuo
and Figueroa Street Tract. Quite a
number of places have been Htarted
in tho company's new I Fruit Acres
tract, near Compton avenue, and an
other brunch office for -Fruit Acres
tract haa been established at Sixty
third street and Compton avenue, near
Sixty-fourth street or Spauldlng sta
tion of the Long Beach line, which,
with the branch office at the end of the
Central avenue line, will make two
branches for this tract.
L.cc A. MuConnoll & Co. Bold for V.
i Sri iul to a local Inveutor a lot 50x120
feet, improved with four Huts rented for
i"v a mouth, for $7&oo.
Los Angeles Sunday Herald.
IDEAL RESIDENCE ON BRIGHTON AVENUE
HOME FOR LEADING BUILDER
J. Burris Mltchel, president of the
well known firm of J. Burris Mltchel
company, contractors and . builders,
will soon occupy a handsome home of
his own design and construction, to
bo erected at once upon a lot 60x150
feet, on the southwest corner of Thir
tieth street and Brighton avonue In the
southwestern part of the city, the Im
provement to cost about $6000.
The accompanying Illusratlon is from
a pen and Ink sketch of the dwelling,
which It will be observed is original in
LOTS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Bought in Various Parts of the City.
Home Place Sold on Fedora
The Althouso Bros, report sales as
follows during the past week:
West Ninth Street Heights Co. to I
Pearl Olenson, an unimproved lot on
the west side of Normandlo avenue, >
BO feet north of Kan Marino street; .
an investment; $2700. I
A. J. Hill to A. li, Crew, an unlm
proved lot on the west side of Sixth
avenue, 300 feet north of Washington <
street; an investment; $1300.
W. M. Lewis to A. Boeltger, an un
improved lot on tho east side of Hall
dale, 350 feet south of Thirtieth street.
The new.- owner' will improve with I
two modern residences nt once; $2500.
George Rector to W. W. Powell, an
unimproved lot on the west side of
Flower street, 150 feet north of Elev
enth Htreet; an Investment; $12,000. !
West Ninth Street Heights Co. to
W. D. Morgan, an unimproved lot on
the east sido of Normandie avenue,
100 feet north of San Marino street;
an investment; $1200. ■
J. J. Brown to K. Tt. Stanley, an'
unimproved lot on Normandlo avenue.
Just south of San Marino street; an
investment; $1100. I
Althouse Broß. to Lillian Severson,
an eight-room two-story frame resi
dence at H33 Fedora street; bought for.,
a home; $5000.
MAY ENLARGE ANGELUS HOTEL
Negotiations Said' to Be Pending for
the Purchase of Eighty.Foot Lot
at $5000 a Foot
It is understood that Mr. Hunt, the
owner of the Angelus hotel property on
Spring street, is negotiating for the pur
chase of the eighty-foot lot adjoining
the hotel on the south with a view of
enlarging the hotel, giving the hotel v
broad frontage on Spring street vith
three deep courts. The only thing that
is said to stand In the way of closing
the deal is the price asked for tho
eighty fet desired by Mr. Hunt. The
frontage is held at $:.000 a foot, making
the property worth $400,000. The lot is
Improved with store buildings that may
bo increased in height, In which rasa
the south rooms of the hotel would bo
Hhut out from light and ventilation. In
all probability the lot will be secured
for tho enlargement of iho hotel.
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Falling hair is caused by dandruff,
which is a germ (linen so. Tho germ in
burrowing Into the root of tho hair,
where It destroys tho vitality of tin
hair, causing tho hair to fall out, cllgfi
up tho cuticle In llttlo scales, enllrd
dandruff or scurf. You can't stop Urn
fulling hair without curing tho ilmi
druff nnd you can't cure tho dandruff
without kllliiiß tho dandruff germ. "De
stroy tho caiiHO, you romovo the eff.net."
Nowbro's llerpiclde is tho only hair
preparation tlmt kills tho dandruff
germ. lu-rplcldn ia also .i dolightrut
hair dressing. Hold by leading drug-
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to The lli'rplfldn fo.. Detroit, Mich.
Prospect Park Addition
$550 Lot. 50x135
Cement Bidewalk, curb, streets
gruded, oiled; water piped. The
very finest residence tract. Above
fog and frost, midst elegant resi-
dences; fie fare on Hollywood car to
office, corner Prospect and Vermont.
West ltith St. and Roosevelt Aye. '
High, sightly. Heautlful southwest.
TWO CORNERS. $1500 EACH.
221 Laughlin Building j
SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1905.
design and has every appearnce of
comfort nnd convenience. The wide
slant of roof and the ornamental win
dows are striking features of the
Concrete walks lead to the wide
veranda that extends along the en
tire front of the house, and entrance
Is through a roomy reception hall, at
the rear of which Is a handsome dou
ble stiilrcase, finished In an elaborate
The living room at the right, 17x21
feet, has a large mantel with built
in seats at the right and left, and
plate glnss windows at the front and
side. The dining room adjoining Is
INNER HARBOR TRACT
Big Dredge Sceured to Commence Ex.
tensive Operations West of
Much interest has been manifested
by investors tills week In the Inner
' Harbor tract of Long Beach. The fact
that- a dredge is übout to begin work
on the canals near this point has stlmu
. lated sales. People are beginning to
I realize that property in and about San
Pedro, Wilmington, Terminal and just
west of Long Beach offers investment
openings of permanent value— especially
since the price of lots is so low,
50 Foot Lots $200
At LATIN, this side of Watts on the
Long Beach line, in the most rapidly
growing surburban section .of the city.
: TD APT • 1
Largest lots; cheapest lots; best soil;
abundance of artesian water; easy terms;
making the best combination in the
Market. : : : : :
W. I. Holling'sworth ® Co.
314 Wilcox Building
Free Tickets ■ Office Open Sunday
"A Word to the Wise"
===== Buy Now While You Can In
West Hollywood— The Ideal Homesite
The most beautiful scenlo view» obtained from every residence lot In
CRESCENT HEIGHTS. No little dlnlcy city lots, but
[Large Villa Lots)
Ovorloowina All Hollywood, Los AngoUl and tho Pnoiflo Ocean
Water piped through larie mains to every lot. The number of lots sold
daily to prominent Lob Angeles people deolarea Crescent Heights to be
the beat suburban property within reach of LOl Angelea. Come out with
us today. \
Map and Freo Tlokoti at Our Offlo»— Open All Day Sunday
Norton <§b Hay
3 1 8 West Third Street Los Angeles, Cal.
14.9x18, with bay window at the side;
handsome buffet and pass pantry. At
tho rear of the kitchen Is a wide
screen porch, and In the basement
ample provision Is made for the Hood
heaters and other household conveni
On the second floor are threo large
bedrooms, a sewing room, a balcony
With an alcove, and a shower bath
room. The house Is provided with
three toilet rooms and numerous
Combination electric nnd gas fixtures
will be adjusted, and the grounds will
bo made among the most attractive in
The Butters & Paul Investment com
pany of Long Beach, which Is handling
the Inner Harbor tract, reports the
following salfs this week:. Dr. J. E.
Oowles, Florence B. Thornburg, Mrs.
Josephine Knapp of Los Angeles; Vic
toria Ellis, Samh A. Allen, Augusta li.
Allen, Mrs. Jennie A. rteeve, Rosltui
Smith, O. H. Onylord. Wm. H. Tolers,
J. F. Nadoau. Mrs. Adelulde Tlchenor,
Dr. Wm. Hobert Pike, Mrs. Ida M.
Fountain, I). B. Smith and K. Tlsnerat
of Long Beach; Wllllaa 11. Rollins ond
Win. Rogers of Echo Mountain, Cal.
\t yon wnnt to go tun, C Ifnytlurb,
Asrt. TlllnnU Central R. R.. 2.1K 8. SnrlnK
J> Magnificent View of the Stately Mountains
Highland Park Property
Highland Park Annex Lots 5c Fare» 7 Mm. Service Oak Hill Park Lob
Pwltlvrl? uncqtialM "bm-«." O- Orowlnß loc&llty; perfect ell- ' Qct unrlrr the llvo oaks— up out of
ment wall<« am wntrr mains to bo ..,. . . . „.„„,„ th<« foiri.. KHimt view In Southern
I Inlrt In front of every lot. torn matlc conditions; h! K h altitude. . milfornln. Mrt font • InA ««t«Mi
I The price Id but, r>*>r lot <J>J3U (Property with a future. above «ra Invcl. Lots. ..» JOß to JOOO
'M Look for the Crescent "L^and Park Addition
Rsm r 1 ■ iv n- li m Lots 5300 Up
ffl3l Get in the Rii*nt Place V|ew nnrt locatlon B(iprrh Ilrmrmhrr we p)lt
fy&ja Don't bedccHvpd nnd got In tlir wrnnc rrnl <>m- rrmotit wnlkM In front "f ovpry lot wr sell,
WKWai tatn office. Our offlcn l» on the Ml hand sl<lo ns well aa plpo water directly to It. and your
VE$$L or tho nn>ot ns you leave the car. Look for forms are our terms.
>jMK tut nr.i crrwem on our signo. w e Also Have Bargains in i
lJPj\ Tnk<' Iho Church uf thn Anß«.'ls or the Ostrich u-^ui J nt,n t, H '
I'iirm car, get off at Avenue CO. Highland KarK HomCS
Crescent Real Estate & Investment Co.
f. h. rSSrS."" 6015 Pasadena Avenue, Highland Park \
THE HELLMAN IMPROVEMENTS
Big Moving Derrick In Position on the
Barker Building to Handle
The I gains W. Hellman Improve
ments west and south of the Farmers
and Merchants National bank, on ths
southwest comer of Fourth and Main
streets, will mako rapid progress, as the
huge swing derrick has been adjusted
on top of the Barker Bros', building, to
Prices Go Up! Prices Go Up!
20 Per Cent Advance in Prices Jifter January Ist, 1906,. at
An Ideal Location for a Home ;K o j
*' Elevation About 600 Ftut • : ' .
Abundance of Pure Water ... ... Magnificent Scenery.
Broad streets and avenues, with standard cement sidewalks and curbs. In the country, yet all
the facilities and advantages of city life. ;
READER — Where can you secure lots 50x200 feet for a home at $300 to $600 (in an orange
grove) in as beautiful and picturesque a suburb as Dolgeville, in the San Gabriel valley?
Frequent and rapid car service on one of the best electric lines in the city.
Call at our office, 416-417 Huntington building, corner Sixth and Main streets, for free
tickets and take cars for Dolgeville in same building. \
Remember, Mr. Huntington authorizes us to say that
on January Ist prices will positively
be advanced 20%
S. J. WHITE a CO.
Free Car Tickets 4 i6 and 417 nonunion Baudm* Free Car Tickets
"""""" ■"""•"" Membtri L. A. Realty Board . ==9588
Grand Opening Today
-.izrStark Palm Tract^^. —
At present the work of purveying, grading and beautifying is being pushed to completion as fast as money,
experience nnd human effort ran accomplish.
Nothing Like It Ever Attempted
Imagine, If you will, a broad expanse of 100 fertile acres, verdant with leafy alfalfa on every hand (provins
beyond any doubt the productiveness mid fertility of the soil In this favored spot), divided and traversed by
broad avenues and streets lined on every hand with stately date and fan palms— bordered on the one side
with a great hedge of evergreen cypress, while on the other nre hundreds of huppy and comfortable homes
dotting our SIX OTHEIt 810 TRACTS; while still in the distance and off to the east muy be plainly seen
the sray Sierra Madre mountains, with "Old Baldy" frowning In his cap of snow— all presenting a realization
uf happiness, peace and prosperity.
Such is a feeble pen picture of the panoruma as seen from this, our latest and greatest effort In
"Home and Profit Muking for the People."
Improvements and Advantages
Rvery City Advantage; Rapid Transit: Ten Minute Service; Within 12 minutes' ride of Sixth and Main; good
Schools, Churches, Stores of all kinds: free rurnl daily mail delivery; telephones and AKTI3SIAN WATKK
I'IPEDTO KVKRY LOT FUU BOTH DOMESTIC ANU IKHIOATINO PUKPOSES FUOM OUlt NEW
125,000 WATKK SYSTEM.
OURS ARK TIIK ONLY TRACTS SELLING ON OUU PLAN AND TKItMS HAVING WATEII
Universal Terms : $1 Down, $1 Per Week, on Each $IOQ
=No Interest=L,OtS $65 (Hid Up==No Taxes==
GO TODAY! Don't wait. Select your lot now befors thu rush begins. There'll be a big crowd golnir on
aur free excursions. BETTEU JOIN US, WE PAY THE WAY.
Carriages and courteous salesmen will be at the tructa all day. Get free tickets from our ofTlce.
Conservative Realty Company
SOLE JtGENTS ' — -——
Main 20 1 3 Suite 613 H. IV. Hellman Bldg-. ■ Home 48 16
be used In putting the steel beams in
place. The completion of the two big
buildings, which have been heretofore
described In these columns, will add
greatly to the architectural beauty of
Fourth and Main and result In Inducing
other property-owners on Main street
to make similar Improvements. The
Hellman buildings will be six stories,
reinforced concrete, and will front on
Main und Fourth streets. The contract
for the concrete work, floors, partitions,
ceilings, etc, has been let to Carl Leon
urdt for $90,040. That for tho steam
Real Estate and
heating plant has been awarded to
Blumve & Jay for $8330. Thomas
Foulkes will do the electrical work for
$7645. The contract for the terra cotta
work has been given to Gladding, Mc-
Bean & Co. for $10,050. Tho ornamental
Iron work will be done by the Bailey
Ornamental Iron company ' for $18,260
and the work on the improvement will
now be pushed through to completion
without needless delay.
Everything you want you will find In
tho classified page. One cent a word.