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THE HEART OP THE AZUSA!
LOCATED IN THE MH)ST*OF THE CHOICEST
OraieCrflfesillufarjs
OF THIS DELIGHTFUL SECTION AND IN THE
Mural Center for Trade and Travel.
IT POSSESSES THE
HOST PERFECT CLIMATE
' IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
and commands a view of the entire San Gabriel
Valley, one of the grandest in the world. The
purchase for the town of Gladstone embraces
the property of nineteen different owners, and
comprises 525 acres of the most beautiful land
that the sun ever shone upon. It will be laid
out into business and residence lots, acre lots and
five and ten acre tracts, and sold at a fixed
schedule of prices, which will be reasonable and
liberal. All streets graded, and water, both pu re :
and abundant, piped to every lot. i
Citrus avenue is laid out eighty-eight feet 1
wide, with a row of beautiful shade trees in the i
Gladstone Improvement Company,
Or see Mr. H. FULLER, at Hinda Villa, on the ground. Office California Southern R. R. Co., 239 N. Main St., or 23 N. Sp r ing St., Los Angeles, Cal.
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j JOHN W. GARDNER, j
00 No. 212 South Spring Street, Breed Block. | O
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§ PianoandOrgan House, g
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
FOR CASH AND ON INSTALLMENTS
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•~j j Stein-way, Chickering, Steek, Knabe (js
j Hardman, Emerson and many other
leading Pianos. Story & Clark, Kir- r
fr. ball, Taber and other Organs.
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Instruments to Rent.
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PIANOS.
INSECTICIDE.
We beg to call your attention to an article we are manufacturing for tie purpose
of eradicating and destroying the
Scale Bug, Harvest Flies, Tree Hoppers, Plant Lice, Etc.
It has been fully tested by tha Agricultural Department of the State University, and
pronounced a success, tbe endorsement of which wo appeud. It is put up in convenient
forms for use. The chemicals employed ln same will not hurt the most tender bush, as
has been fully demonstrated. It Is put up ln liquid form ready for use ln barrels and
6-gallon cans, and in paste form in 2 and 61b. oans and barrels, which must be diluted
before using: therefore, we recommend the liquid form as being the best for use.
(Copy of letter reonived from the University of California, College of Agriculture. Berk
eley, dated Dec. 4th, 1886. j
J. N. Know'.es, Esq., Manager Aictlc Oil Works, San Francisco:
Dear Sir—We have lately tested tho Inseoslclde preparation of Whale Oil Soap sent
by you to us, and have found it to be very effectual against tho Scale infesting Orange
and Bay Trees; also against the Thriiis. From our previous experience with a similar
composition. I think It will be found fully effectual against any smalt Insect Pests not
specially protected like some of the armored Scales, and against which any Wash short
of strong lye cannot be usod. Respectfully, K. W. HILGARD,
Professor State University.
We ask you to erlve this preparation a thorough test, feeling confident that it will do
»11 we olaim for it. It will oost but a small amouut to save your fruit trees and flower
plants from the deadly insect. Give it a trial and be convinced. Yours truly,
. ARCTIC OIL WORKS, 28 California Street.
Hellman, Has* Sc «•«>.. Agent*. Lo» Angeles.
XT-GALL FOR SAMPLE CAN.-» 1 m24-3m
K. MARTI N & CO.,
408 Front Street, San Francisco,
PROPRIETORS OF THE FOLLOWING POPULAR BRANDS OF WHISKIES :
3. F. Cntter Extra Old Bourbon and Rye in barrels and half barrel
miller's Extra Old Bourbon in barrels and half barrels
J. A. M-lller, Chicken Cock ln barrels and half barrels
Argonaut Old Bourbon and Rye in barrels and half barrel!
For Flavor, Purity and General Excellence tbese Whiskies are Unsurpassed,
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LOS AiNtrJsLES DAILY HERALD APRIL 17, 1887.
center. This grand avenue extends from the
mountains on the north to Covina and the
I mountains on the south, a distance of nine miles.
| It passes through the center of Gladstone, making
lots on that avenue very valuable. A lot near
the center of the town is reserved for the First
National Bank of Gladstone, and a prominent
architect of Los Angeles is now preparing plans
for the building, which will be of solid granite.
A Newspaper is to be established at once
and additional buildings for stores and shops
erected. The founders of Gladstone own exten
sive marble quarries near at hand from which
can be obtained handsome building stone in un
limited quantities and it is expected that marble
and granite will be liberally used in the con
struction of the new business blocks. They also
own a Valflble Water Power independent of the
Azusa water, having a fall of two hundred feet,
which will be used for generating electricity by
which the streets of Gladstone will be lighted
and by which the street cars will be propelled.
The center of Gladstone is already the estab
lished business center for the whole Azusa and
is surrounded on all sides by productive land un
der the highest state of cultivation. Business
lots near this center will double in value within '
a week after the day of sale. The residence
The Los Angeles Land Bureau,
20 WEST FIRST STREET.
THE STONEMAN RANCH
, AT
ALHAMBRA,
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY,
NOW BEING subdivided in
Town Lots and Villa, Lots,
WILL SOON BE PUT UPON THE MARKET BY
The Los Angeles Land Bureau,
G. W. FRINK, President,
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No. 20 West First Street, Los .Angeles. Cal. !
i lots are in the midst of beautiful orange, walnut
and shade trees, and handsome and stately build
ings will soon be erected and occupied.
HINDA VILLA,
The Commodious
And charming home of Mr. H. Fuller, has been
converted into a convenient hotel, where all
comers will be entertained at reasonable rates.
There is a livery stable connected with the hotel
for the accommodation of those who wish to
drive about the beautiful Azusa. The lands
purchased for Gladstone possess a more valuable
water right than those of any part of the State.
The source is the San Gabriel river, which is
constant in its flow, whether the season
is wet or dry. Gladstone, situated at the east
ern extremity of the great San Gabriel valley,
overlooks a scene surpassing in beauty and
variety that commanded by any other point—
Duarte, Monrovia, Arcadia, Santa Anita, Sierra
Madra, Lamanda Park, Pasadena and the great
Raymond Hotel are in full view.
Gladstone is located on the lines of two
great transcontinental railways, both of which
cross the lands of the company. The Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fe road is already about com
pleted, and the construction parties approaching
tffrom the west and the. east will meet on the lands
- of Gladstone on the first day of sale. The San
Gabriel Valley road will run excursion trains out
on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, the 19th,
20th and 21st inst., landing passengers within a
mile of Gladstone, and carriages will be in wait
ing each day in charge of Mr. Fuller, who will
1 show visitors over the land and return them to
the trains without any charge. Trains leave the
' Downey avenue bridge at 9:30 a. m. each day,
and returning leave Gladstone at 3 o'clock p. m.,
and arrive at Los Angeles at 4:20 p. m.
All of the numerous offers for lots and lands
in Gladstone already received have been refused
and will be steadily refused until the day of sale,
when all shall have a fair and equal chance to
purchase at the schedule price. The terms of
sale will be 10 per cent, when selections are
made, enough to make one-third payment within
ten days and the balance in six and twelve
months.
DAY OF SALE ANNOUNCED SOON.
Take the train for Gladstone and see the
most beautiful part of Southern California.
Address all Inquiries to the
NOW READY FOR BALE.
Raymond Improvement Company Tract!!
SOUTH OF AND ADJOINING THE GROUNDS OF
RAYMOND HOTEL, SOUTH PASADENA,
AND FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE UPPER MABENGO TRACT.
The RAYMOND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, having purchased 847 acres of that
well-known, highly-improved and cultivated tract, now offers for sale its DIVISION NO
1, with ilongj frontages on FAIR OAKS AVENUE and MISSION STREET , large lots
averaging 60x180 feet; streets from 50 to 80 feet wide, and to be graded, piped and planted
iv trees at the expense of the company. Each lot to have connection laid to ma in pipes,
and to have FREE one share of stock in the MARENGO WATER COMPANY, thus Insur
ing an abundant supply of pure water for irrigation and domestic use
Easy and frequent communication now had with Los Angeles by the L. A. A 8. G. V.
R. R„ with station at northwest corner of tract. The new line of the Southern I'actneCo.,
from the new town of Ramona northward, is to run through the middle of the tract, and a
first-class station is to be established at the reservoir ln front of the Raymond Hotel.
GARFIELD AVENUE, running from Alhambra Station on theS. P. R. R. to Raf mond
Station on the L. A. A 3. G. V. R. It., is 70 feet wide through the east s!de of this tract,
aud will soon have a line of street osrs in operation its entire length.
For maps, prices and further particulars apply to
RAYMOND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY,
W. G. HUGHES SECRETARY.
25 WEST FIRST STREET, ROOItI 3, LO* ANGELES CALIFORNIA.
Or at the office near the reservoir on the land, Just south of Raymond Hotel.
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ESTABLISHED 1856. INCORPORATED UK
CRANE BROS. MFG. CO.
CHICAGO, PITTSBURG, OIHAHA, EOS ANGELES.
MANUFACTURERS' JOBBERS OF
PIPE, FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS, TOOLS, Etc.
Pumps, Hose, Belting, Sewer Pipe.
PLUMBERS' aud GAS FITTERS' MATERIAL IN EVERY VARIETY.
COMPLETE LINE OF SANITARY APPLIANCES.
Ros. 18, 20, 22 and 24 Requena Street, Corner Los Angeles,
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One Week Late, but here at Last!
Spring Clothing of Every Description,
FOR GENTS., BOYS AND CHILDREN
AT 19 S. SPRING ST., Next to Mosgrove's Cloak Honse.
ABERNETHY & TAFT ...
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RED STAR LINE TRANSFER CO., r^^L&|PK^^^^^^
236 North Main Street, Baker Block. ■BUuiiBM^WMß'
Baqgagk and Fkiight handled with Cam
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Pianos and Organs. Telephone No. 401. J. mStiSd2T/„!£i£ *&!•• GO , RI< K*
ttfrU L. M. JEWETT, Superintendent. plied. ,treeU - Th,trfd"»»»
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