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P FOR BALB
p \ Suburban Property
9 FOR SALE— FORTY ACRES FOR SUB
1 A fine piece of land, nicely located
, near the city limits and close to the
, proposed Moneta aye. car line; will cut
up to good advantage, and ready tale
Si. for the lots; this is a fine buy; wll)
J. A. MORLAN & CO.,
202-203 Fay Building.
FOR SALE— ~~
FIVH ACRES SOUTH MAIN ST, .
A nice piece of land fronting on
South Main street, partly Improved;
fine well and tho very best water;
i would make a good suburban home;
cash and terms.
J. A. M Oil LAN A CO.,
\ 202-20!t I'ny Illdg.
FOR SALE— ONE OF THE BEST SUB-
dlvision propositions on tho market;
at Altadena, the beautiful foothill
ft nention of Pasadena; chance to double
your money; requires $10,000 to han-
dle; act quick, others are considering
it. 1,. M. PHATT, 60S Laughlin Bldg.
"Authority on Altadena." Member
" L. A, Realty Board. _
* FOR SALE-25 ACRES NICE SMOOTH
a land in West Hollywood. Just ready to
W subdivide. We will soil this as a whole
I .f taken In next few days. Otherwise
W not for sale.
ROSS & LINDSEY,
314 H. W. Hellman bldg.
■ FOR SALE—
i Seven acres of land close to the
f city and Just right to cut up In lots;
, proposed car line will pass the prop-
erty. This is a good buy and a
t chance to make some money.
J. A. 31 OKI. A IV & CO.,
202-ailf Fny Itlda;.
Suburban Property — Hollywood
Only three large lots left in beau-
tiful "Plummer Place," Hollywood;
exclusive driveway, etc.; 50x136; fully
improved; easy terms.
SO. CAL. REATi ESTATE INV. CO.,
Suite 604 Pacific Electric Olds.
2100— Both Phone*— 2loo
Free deed If yon die.
' DO YOU WANT SOHKTKINvJ FOR
\ NOTHING t
' If bo see Bentham & Farnsworth,
527 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
They will show you choice alfalfa
lands fully developed income prop-
erty, abundance of water, Income
guaranteed; no interest; no taxes;
crops cared for; only $65 per acre, ln
small monthly payments. Can you
beat this? Call for prospeotus.
FOR SALE — DO YOU WANT TO BE
known as "Mr. New Rich" 7 If so, come
ln and take advantage of a phenomenal
offer on some Tularo county land; a
country where alfalfa grows higher
than your head. The party who owns
this land must have money this week
' and is going to make a sacrifice that
will startle you when you ask the price.
BROWN & WOODS, 817 Fay.
A GREAT SNAPt
Twenty-five acres, about twelve
miles from Los Angeles; eighteen
acres ln full-bearing vineyard, bal-
ance apricots and prunes; good
twelve-inch well. Price only $3600,
terms, for a few days.
COOPKII & CUDDGBACK,
218 South Ilroartvrny. Room 237.
! FOR SALE—
| $250 per acre, 14 acres soft shell
walnuts 8 years old.
$700 per acre 13 1-3 acres soft shell
walnuts 8 years old. Will net $1500
A. H. GREGG & CO.,
715-716 Bryson Block.
FOR SALE— ALL KINDS OF STOCK
ranches, large and small, with or
COOPER & CUDDEBACK.
Room 237. 218 South Broadway.
FOR SALE— LOT WILMINGTON INNER
harbor, near 7th st. station; 60x140. Must
have money; will take $400. Owner, Mc-
FATRIDOE. 319 S. Spring St.
1,. SI. PRATT, LAUGHLIN BLDG.
"Headquarters for Orange Groves."
Autos and Vehicles
FOR SALE-12 H. P. AUTOMOBILE
with tonnoau, as good as new. Origi-
nal coat $1050. Will sell cheap. Call
quick and examine. Take Short Line
car to Lyndon street, South Pasadena,
at The Gillette's.
FOR SALE —
Six modern flat building on
West First street; income $120
per month; price $13,000; mort-
gage $6500, 6 per cent.
Four four-room flats; south-
west corner of Fifteenth and
Griffith; abundance of room on
lot for additional building;
'HOS. J. HAMPTON, 110 S. Broadway.
li» A* **• Ha
j FOR SALE— LUMBER. LOT OF FENC-
ing and shoeting, only $15.00 per
thousand. Rustic flooring, ceiling,
only $22.50; bevel siding only $20.00.
Come and see us at the largest lum-
j ber yard In the city. Our sales were
$45,000 last month. Watch us got
1 there. Wo also carry a complete line
of builder's hardware and chicken
wire very cheap. Ship to any one
any P la^ ATIONAIj LUMBER CO.,
20th and Alameda.
Branch office, 9th and Maple.
FOR SALE-GREATEST VALUES IN
household goods evor known; glgantlo
removal sale; puffed edged Swiss cur-
tains, 40c pair; $2.25 portieres, $1.60; door
panels, 30c; box couches, $2.50; couch
covers, $1.10; steel sanitary couches,
$4.60; dressers, $5.76; washstands, $2.50;
6-piece toilet sets, $1.75; 6- foot extension
tables, $5; 52-plece dinner sets, $4.50;
fact knlxes and forks, 76e; linoleum, 60c;
treasure tables, $3.60. Buy now; it means
dollars saved to you. J. M. OVERELL,
652-654 So. Main St.
j-OR SALE — LATH! LATHI LATHI
. We are overstocked with them, and
I are Belling at cost. See us for price,
i carloads a specialty.
NATIONAL LUMBER CO.,
I 20th and Alameda.
f Branch office, 9th and Maple.
I FOR SALE— NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tablea. Bar fixtures ot
all kinds; easy payments. Send for cat-
alogue. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKH.
COLLBNDER CO.. KM H. Broadway,
i Lab Angelea.
I FOR SALE— A SCHOLARSHIP IN THE
1 Los Angeles College of Fine Arts, at
I a very low figure. Address BOX 105
I' 1 LAUNDRY ROUTE FOR SALE, IN*-
come $25 to $30 per week. Telephone,
' FIXTURES. SHOWCASES AND SAFE
for sale. 441 8. BROADWAY.
13000; MTG. $1100; NICE SIX-ROOM COT-
tage in Riverside; large lot, lawn, trees
and flowers. Want L. A. cottage.
$3500; mtg. $600; good 7-room house in
Riverside; for L. A. house.
\ $1575; mtg. JU2S: Pasadena lot.
j $2450; mtg. $10K>; 7 lots South Holly-
I wood (Colegrove).
■' Last .two properties for a cottage.
WM. N. HOLWAY.
Home 1939. ill Grant Bldg.
jG^v^S'^Tlio largost Bw«lneii« Col-
WJBmr )c«c in Los AnKeIPS. Twelve
ifsvjXl Inßtructnra. Largest school
* "■ liullrllntts and grounds.
Beautiful surroundings. Preparatory
department under special teachers just
0.13-S-7 Went Seventh Street.
F. nROWjrSBEnQKIt, President.
Fall Term Opened September 11
Class and private instruction In every
department ot musio and language by
best teachers. The value and import-
ance to children of our kindergarten
work should be known to every parent.
Physical culture by foremost teacher,
For catalogue, terms, etc, apply to
Conservatory, 232 S. Hill St. LOUIS
Failures elsewhere succeed here. It's the
TEACHER-lt's the SYSTEM. Visit onp
of our largo classes. Ages 12 to 62, 601
Currier Bldg. Home 2196; Main 6576.
— 5—5 — SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA iKO »
AND GRAHAM SCHOOL Of iHOttTMAAtS},
800 S. Hill at. Day and Evening.
ll*tat^^«<> A BARGAIN
llSSE¥'Ui]7EyjKiSr* '"R" ground S. W.
I STiVtS iVrfISTI'ISS J^OOO East front lot on
wUxMlfiimmf^ Hobart Blvd. Admir-
TWaTTnThliUH^fir ably located and worth
far more. Don't fail to
" v ate me about thla,
209 Laughlln Bldg.
TOir^ALE^A^CHOLARSHIP IN THE
Loa Angeles College of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure. Address BOX 105
ASSAYING NIGHT SCHOOL— NOW IN
session. WADE & WADE, 818 East
$4000 — Clear, good lemon grove,
Corona; want rooming house.
$2600 — 26-acre ranch, clear; want
'see w. o. lusk
your property; Immense bargains; ap-
ply at once. Satisfaction and quick re-
sults. Member Realty Board. 804-6 BRY-
SON BLOCK, 2d and Spring sto.
MAXON WILL EXCHANGE fOUU
property, any location. Large list to
select from. MAXON REALTY CO..
114-116 Stlmson Bldg^
FOR SALE-A SCHOLARSHIP IN THE
Los Angeles College of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure. Address BOX 105
OFFICE OF U. S. SURVEYOR GEN-
ERAL, San Francisco, California, Sep-
tember 27, 1906— Notice is hereby given
that sealed proposals will be received at
this office up to and including Oct. 80,
1905, for running, measuring and marking,
according to law and instructions, the
following described reaurveys, to wit: 15
miles of 3d standard line south of San
Bernardino base line, 3 miles of
4th standard line south, 128 miles
township lines, being part of boun-
daries of Tps. 13 S. Rs. 11, 12 and 16 E.,
Tps. 14 S. Rs. 11, 12 and 16 E. Tps. 15 S.
Rs. 11, lH and 16 E., Tps. 16 S. Rs. 11, 12
and 16 E., all of San Bernardino meridian,
1517 miles of section lines, being the sub-
divisions of the following townships: T.
13 S. Rs. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 E., T. 14 S.
Rs. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 E. T. 15 S. Rs.
11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 E. T. 16 S. Rs. 11, 12.
13, 14, 15 and 16 E. and T. 17 S. Rs. 15 and
16 E. S. B. M., together with the survey-
ing out, by metes and bounds, of bona
fide claims of settlers ln above townships,
occupied before July 1, 1902, and amount-
ing to 1017 mlleß, Including connections.
The foregoing will be divided into differ-
ent contracts each Involving a liability
not exceeding $6500 for one deputy and
$11,000 for a iirm of deputies. Bids must
be at stated prices per mllo, for each and
all the above classes of survey and no
bid will bo considered where the prices
exceed $20 per Tula, for subdivision and
connecting lines, and boundaries of pri-
vate claims, $23 for township and range
lines and $25 for base, standard, meridian
and meander lines, and $13, $11 and $7 for
the same classes of lines (intermediate
rates). Rates of mileage ln excess of the
minimum $9, $7 and $5 for survey of
described lines will only be allowed under
statutory stipulations, as to class and
character of lands. All bids must be sub-
mitted ln duplicate and in writing, sealed
and marked "Proposal to execute Gov-
ernment Surveys described in Notice No.
55." Proposals may be left at this office
ln person, or inclosed in an envelope and
forwarded by mail. Bids for tho resur-
veys herein described will bo opened on
October 30, 1906, and notice forwarded to
tho successful bidder within 60 days
thereafter, accompanied by contract pro-
viding for said resurveys, and bond
which must be properly executed and re-
turned to this office immediately. Only
competent, reliable and responsible sur-
veyors will be employed, who must exe-
cute their surveys ln person, and will be
required to give bond in double the
amount of the liability of contract, in
each instance. It will be required that
the resurveys herein described be com-
pleted and returns made to thla office on
or before June 30, 1906. Surveyors may
submit bids for all or part of these resur-
veys, but this office will limit each
deputy to such an amount of work as
can be properly completed within the
time specified. The right Is reserved by
this office to reject any nnd all bids, and
no contracts will be binding on tho part
of the United States until approved by
the Commissioner of the General Laud
OffiCe< W. S. GRAHAM.
U. S. Surveyor General for California..
10-17-16-21-23-25-27 6t |
A., meets every Wednesday night ln K.
P. hall, 108 North Spring st. All neigh"
bora cordially invited.
W. H. STONE, Clerk.
-£38-239 Bradbury Bldg. -
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1905.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21.
C. W. Lyman to C. Stlefvater— Part
lots 12, 13 and 14 block 29 Azusa..s9oo
S. H. Miner to D. W. Hunt— Part lot
4 block 1 sub of Garvey Ranch. • . . . .$lO
a E. Cogswell to Virginia I. MUbank
— Lot 6 block 6 Wilshire Boulevard
P. Johnson et al to L. R. Tarr— Lot
4 block 16 Rudeclnda tract $200
U. T. & R. Co. to R. J. Stukey—Re
conveyance of part trust property lot
66 Rufus J. Stukey tract $10
U. T. & R Co. to Myrtel J. Wilson-
Lot 274 fourth Street Bridge tract.. slo
Mrs. Mary McC Adams to M. J. Jack
son — Lots 2, 3, 4, f>, 6 and 7 block 2;
lots 16, 19, 20 and 21 block 8 and lots 6
and 6 block 11 Davis add to Duarts.slo
Same to same — Lot 17 block 2 Davis
add to Duarte :••,••?}
Same to same — Lots 3 and 4 block 11
same tract ,s*•
U. T. & R. Co. to Hannah K. Clark —
Lots 37 and 38 Mettler's Central Avenue
Mrs. Carrie Harper to E. E. Burson—
Part lot 8 Hoist tract $10
S. J, Blomqulst to W. L. Myers— Part
lot 9 block V West Los Angeles. .. .$lO
Catherine Wood to Margaret E. Clo
shey—Lot 14 block 4 Vignes tract East
Lob Angeles $1025
S H. Ward to F. Kurrle— Lot 83
Strong & Dickinson's Woodlawn
T. G. & T. Co. to J. F. Sullivan — Lot
12 block 1 Winton & McLeod's Flgucroa
Street tract • *1°
B. C. Shepherd to Clara Walsh— Lots
28 and 29 Cheesebrough tract $10
Christine Peterson to J. C. Crlbb and
J. Sinclair— Lots 15 and 28 Central Ar
lington Heights tract ...$650
Margaret L. Lyon to A. J. LeSage—
Lot 14 block 12 Electric Ry. Homestead
A. J. LeSage to H. L. Wlneman and
E. A. Baker— Lot 14 block 12 same
tract * 10
Bessie E. F. Howard to A. Emerson
Wilson— Lot 26 block 3 same tract.. slo
A. E. Wilson to E. J. Spencer— Lot 26
block 8 same tract • ■ *}«
Del Rey Co. to Alice A. Allen— Lot 1
block 7 Del Rey Beach i."^ 1 !
J. A, Mason to D. Murphy— Part lot
2 and all lots 3, 4, 6, 6 and 45 block 2
Mason tract V™* 10
Mrs. Fannie A. Williams to M. O. Tre
maln—Lot 22 Belvidere Heights
tract • **^
S. J. Hopkins et al to J. N. Bachmann
— Lots 2« and 24 block H Ocean Park
Villa tract vv' 1 ?
A. H. Flint to Laura P. Couch— Lot
SO block A Loomis tract add • •♦ ln
F. M. Chapman to L. A. Trust Co.—
Part section 23 1 south 14 west .$lO
M. 8. Hellman to W. A. Goss— Part
lots 1 to 4 in^l'iilvn; part lots 5 and 8;
all lots 9 to 16 inclusive: part lots 17
and 20, and all lots 21, 22, 23. 24 block
1; lots 1 to 24 Inclusive; blocks 2, 3, 4,
5, 6 and 7; lots 1, 2, 3 nd 4: part lot 5,
part lot 8; lots 9 to 16 inclusive and
part lots 17 and 20: lots 21, 22, 23 and
24 block 8: part lots 1 to 12 inclusive,
and 13 to 24 inclusive, block 16: lots 1
to 22 inclusive, block I*.: lots 1 to 24
inclusive, block 17 Nadeatt Park. ..$lO
F. E Parker to H. E. Peck— Lot 24
block 25 Charles Victor Hall tract. .$lO
W. H. Holliday to Ella G. Shelton—
Portion of lots 11, 12 and 13 block 06
Huber tract • •♦ l 0
T. Young to W. Mahlon Perry—Por
tion of lot 1 block M Pickering Land &
Water Co.'s sub ........S2OOO
M. W. Atwood et al to W. G. Neyin—
Lot 21 Garland tract extension. . ..$2600
W. C. Mushet to F. Handy — Lot 17
block 5 Childs Heights tract. .110
R L. Wade to Alice E. Coleman— Lot
4 LeMoyne Terrace tract No. 1 $7t>o
T G. & T. Co. to Laura C. Barnes — Lot
11 block D Venice of America exten-
Sl< J? A.'Burbaw'to Sarah 'c.' 'Frazjer—
Lot 7 and part lot 8 block CM D.
Painter's sub of north 53 acres of block
Q sub of land of J. H. Painter and B. F.
Helen T. Tarr to Georgia Blackwood
— Lot 28 block 3 Short Line Beach sub
No 1 ' 70 °
F. R. Strong et al to L. Allison— Lot
5 block B Strong & Dickinson's Central
Park triict »••«••••••••• *l"
Maria A. Warren to L. Allison— Lot 6
block B same tract : <# v*i
L. Allison to Kate W. Sprouls— Lots
5 and 6 block B Strong & Dickinsons
Central Park tract ........$lO
The Alamltos Land Co. to W. H. Now
man—Lota 13 and 14 block E Mlra Mar
Louise R. Shaw to Mrs. C. P. Miller-
Lot 27 Shaw's resub .....$lO
Madora E. Brown to Emma L. Stev
ens — Part of Grogan tract in Ro San
B. Walton to Maria Schroeder and
A. Berlin ger — Portion of lands set off
to Jose Maria Abila in partition of Ro
C. A. Schovel to Carlton H. Fowler-
Part lot 10 block 1 Hollywood Ocean
View tract • • • *>■»
M. O. Tremain to R. A. Lane— Lots 9
and 10 block 17 C. V. Hall tract.... slo
West Adams Heights Association to
J. C. Coules— Lot 1 block 16 West
Adams Heights ..•••• • • ;•••," 'A 1?A 1 ?
A. X. Smith to M. O. Tremain— Lot 15
block 3 West Adams and Jefferson
Street tract ••■••♦,111, 111
Southern California Bank to T. Blak
woll—Lot 34 block 4 Short Line Beach
sub No. 1 .....S4BO
T. Blakwell to B. L. Bear — Part sec
tion 25 1 south 14 west.. ............
M. H. Sherman to C. J. Daly— Lots 21.
23. 24 and 25 block 10; lots 16, 17 and
18 block 11 Short Line Beach sub
fjQ 1 , $10
C. W. Brockman to J. F. Walters-
Part section 19 2 south 13 west. $10
J. H. Martin to C. W. Brockman—
Part section 19 2 south 13 west. $10
W. D Stephens toC. V. Wreden— Lot
64 West End Terrace tract .... $10
J. F. Campbell to J. R. Hathaway—
Part section 1 3 north 8 west. ...... $5
J. R. Hathaway to S. B. Wright-
Part section 1 3 north 8 west ..$lO
Nellie Rogers Stone to A. Hadley—
Lots 1 and 2 Nathan Cole, Jr., replat.slo
Park Land Co. to Mrs. W. E. Vlsscher
—Lot 17 blook 26 Huntlngton Park. slo
C W. Wells to W. Friend— Lot 11
Bonnie Brae Place tract. $10
R. McLaughlin to Eva Bradshaw— Lot
9 block 43 Central .Arlington Hghts..sl
Josephine C. Locke to Ann Mylne—
Part lot 13 block 8 Hollywood Ocean
"Visw tract ' ....»• • 510
Stone-Blades Co. to S. C. Hubbell
(signs Stephen C. Hubbell) Lora A.
Hubbell to J. Davln — Lot 165 Carnation
Terrace tract ,• $ 1 , 0
P. J. Doyle to W. Ellck— Lot 6 block
19 Broadacres .$lO
L. A. Mallmann to Mabnl B anche
Williams— Lot 8 block 3 Washington
H. P.'Barbour to A. L. Snoderegger—
Agreement to convey lot 4 block N
Ocean Pier tract $1950
Long Beach & Alamitos Imp. Co to
W. D. McConnell— Lot 41 block 12 Ala-
m Hannah Metzler'to j' M. Clut'e— Por
tions of lots 36 and 37 Bonlto tract. .$lO
F. H. True to Harriet E. Dunn — Lot 6
block 43 Huntlngton Park ........ .$lO
P W McStay to J. McCorklndale —
Lot' 6 block 37 Session's add $600
Alpine Springs Land & Water Co. to
Mary A. Brubaker — Part section 13 6
""santaVonicVto "&" F.' Wright— Lot 66
block 2 Woodlawn Cemetery $10
Mabel R. Marsh to W. R. Norris— Lot
5 block 8 West Adams Heights tract. slo
W. R. Norris to B. F. Ames — Lot 5
block 8 same tract $10
Julia A. Ivers to F. Handy— Lot 4
block 5 Childa Heights tract .$lO
E. R. Mennell to S. C. Rounsefell—
Lot 11 block D Morris Vineyard
tract * 10
Susie D Wilder to F. O. Engstrom —
Lots 60 and 61 Alexandre Weill
tract * lv
P. Hutchlnson to Edna M. Manning —
Lot 28 feast Side tract . . .$lO
P A. Reel to F. Salerno — Lots 3 and
6 block 2 South W00d1awn. ....... .$lO
I Gray to A. Joyce — Part lot 21 said
block 13 Park tract ............ ...$lO
Emily C. Ward to Louise E. Pulfer —
Lot 25 block 2 ITrmston tract $2000
J. T. Burton to E. Roberti — Lot 49
and part lot 60 J. R. T. Burton's South
Park tract ••••. •$!<*
Jennie B Furber to H. Lapham — Lots
12 andS *jlock B East Seventh Street
tract * 10
A C. Spencer to O. D. Sandford — Lots
2 arid 4 block 37 Long Beach $10
B B Brown to Lizzie E. Harris — Part
lot 2 block R resub of portions of Ala
mltos tract and Alamitos Beach town
site * 10
Grace Maud Off. to C. •J. Cook — Lot
beginning at point ln southwest line of
lot 12 Gunn's plat of Blalsdell tract
district 432.5 feet from south corner of
said lot 12, thence east part with south
east lino of said lot 986.7 feet, etc. ssß9B
Same to C. W. Rutherford — Portion of
lot 7 block 24 of sub of East Whittier
j^o , $1800
E C Dozler to Lillle Lawrence — Lot
9 block Q L. A. Imp. Co.'s sub of part of
lot 1 block 38 H. 5.... ............. »10
Lillle Lawrence to Harriet Buck — Lot
9 block Q same tract $10
OF SHASTA COUNTY
GREAT WESTERN GOLD COM
Another Big Smelter and Zinc Plant
Ordered — New Gold Camp In
The Great Western Gold company,
operating the Afterthought and Copper
Hill groups of mines in Shasta county,
has Just ordered Managing Director
Dlttmnr to construct at once an addi
tional 250-ton smelter and a 150-ton
zinc plant. The Great Western has
had In operation for several months a
175-ton smelter, but such vast ore bodies
of copper, gold, silver and zinc have
been developed within the past month
that the additional smelter capacity
and zinc plant quickly became a neces
sity. President T. S. Henderson says
that over $6,000,000 in zinc alone Is in
sight and that the shear zone of copper
and gold, 150 feet wide, is running $30
a ton. These facts signify large divi
dends to the stockholders, some of
whom reside in Los Angeles. The com
pany has now no stock for sale at any
price, while carloads of matte are being
daily shipped to Bella Vista and thence
transmitted to- the United States Smelt
ing and Refining company ln New Jer
sey. Northern miners say that the
Afterthought and Copper Hill mines
give promise of being the richest and
most profitable of any ln California.
Official Comparative Figures
In bulletin No. 39 of the state mining
bureau just issued by Lewis E. Aubrey,
state mineralogist, Shasta county is
credited with the output of minerals as
Gold, $1,031,429; silver, $339,660; cop
per, 26,433,145 pounds, valued at $3,439,
974; chrome, ninety-eight tons, valued
at $1470; brick, 3,000,000, valued at
$15,000; lime, 18,000 barrels, valued at
$10,500. Total output, $4,898,033.
The total value of gold and silver pro
duced in California during 1904 was.
The total value of metalllo sub
stances, including gold and silver,
Total value of non-metallic sub
Total value of hydro-carbons and
Total value of structural materials,
Jerome Mining Notes
Arrangements are being made by the
Anna N. Gibson to A. Klein and Es
ther M. Maler — Lot 2 block X Workman
Park tract $10
W. F. Seeger to J. A. Dunlap — Part
lot 9 Joseph Wallace's sub $10
A. W. Cump to L. M. Anderson — Lot
6 block F Adams Street tract $10
Louise L. Carr to C. P. Modis and E.
W. Grannis — Lots land 2 Squire's sub
of part of lot 5 block 61 H. S $10
Mary F. Smith to C. F. Westlake —
Lot 19 block 4 Foot Hill tract East Los
J. B. Miller to R. L. Korser— Lots 8,
4, 6 and 7 block A Cook & Miller's re
sub of blocks A, B and C Adams Street
Melissa M. St. George to F. W. Little-
John — Lot 7 block 9 Electric Railway
Homestead Association $500
Same to W. E. Crow— Lot 6 block 9
same tract $500
D. C. Owens to Melllssa M. St. George
— Lot 20 block 9 same tract $10
Mrs. Julia Kate Campbell to C. Fish
burn — Agreement to convey part block
'44 resub of Raymond Imp, Co.'s
E. C. Wllllts to G. W. MoQueen — Lot
20 block DD add No. 1 to Monrovia. .$lO
Julia C. Brechtel to Efflo A. Donovan
— Lots 14 and 16 block 146 Long
The Alamitos Land Co. to Fannie L.
Bacon— Lot 8 block P Mlra Mar
F. W. Stevens to Dr. Seth C. Felt —
Lot 8 Stevens Park tract $30;)
C. H. Frost to P. O. Lleberg — Lots 1,
2. 3 Goodwin & Luken's Ollvewood
John Truland to Edward P. Keough—
Agreement to convey part lots 1 and 2
I. C. Zeielers subdivision $1060
C. W. Rogers to E. Tillie D. Husband
—Lot H blk 114. Santa Monica $10
Mary Elizabeth Georgeault to Law
rence Nelson— Lot 12 Pecks' sub of blk 34
San Pelro .|I4OO
G. L. Junod to Katie Hondrick— Lots
6 and 7 block 1 Messenger tract $10
Thos. R. Hancock to John Guy— Lot 5
block 1 Messenger tract $10
J. W. Galbraith to H. W. McKay-
Farm lot 26 Alamitos tract $10
Adelaide Tichenor to E. J. Waldon—
Part lots 1 and 2 block H Knoll Park.. slo
H. H. McCutchan to Edward L. Bou
man—Part lots 4 block 162 Long
Byron J. Lyster to First Baptist church
of Long Beach— Lot 7 block G Gadwell &
Lyster tract $10
Santa Monica Inv. Co. to Mary Me-
Elroy— Lot J block 47 Santa Monica.. slo
Ellen E. Staples to Fannie M. Grimes-
Part lot 16 block 2 Greenwell tract. ...slo
Isabella Swan to James Theodore Mil
ler—Lot 12 block 49 Elee. Ry. Hstd....slo
U. T. & R. Co. et al to Mary H. Shafer
—Lot 98 Matttson High Level Table land
U. T. & R. Co. and Chester Lea Magee
to same— Lot 97 same tract .; $10
Union Trust Co. of L. A. to Chris A.
Jensen— Agmt to convey lot 22 block 6
John Jacob Kolbe to A. B. Allen— Part
lots 6 and 7, 8 and 9 South Woodlawn
W. M. Wray to John E. Brink— Lot 1
block 3 West Adams Hgts tract $10
C. W. Matthews et al to same— lot 2
block 3 West Adams Hgts tract $10
I. N. Van Nuys to ST O. Davis— Park
block 62 and all block 66, 67 and 69 B. San
Charles W. Lash to Chrystle Sullivan-
Lot 127 Loys add $135
Same to same— Lot 123 same tract. .$136
Eva GrlWn to Catherine G. Shore— Lot
36 block 3 Meadow Glen tract $1
City of L, A. Bd of Water Commra to
Robert Mills— Lot 1 block 22 Garvanza
add No. 1 $1
Paclfio Land Co. to Ellis G. Cross-
Lots 8 and 10 block 25 Artesian tract.. slo
L. A. Odd Fellows Cem. Aasn to Emll
and Lydla Hommann— XV'A lot 47 Odd
Fellows Cem $100
Henry C. Draves to Henry Goodwin-
Part lot 4 Hollywood Blvd tract $10
Idaho A. Pierce to Francois Apio-Lot
23 block 28 Elec. Ry. Hstd Assn $10
H. D. Carter to Julia P. Warden— Lot 9
Webster & Strattons sub $6
T. I. & T. Co. trustee to R. W. Poin
dexter—Lot 4 Nathan Cole Jrs. rnplat of
lots 16. 17, 18, 19 20 and 21 block 18 G. W.
Morgans Sycamore Grove tract under
trust deed 2231-172 $993
Same to same— Lot 6 same tract under
trust deed 2235-71 J99S
Same to same— Lot 6 same tract under
trust deed 2261-161 $993
Nellie C. Rich to Leslie A. Turrell— Lot
7 and part lot 9 block 15 Burbank $10
J. G. Ross to E. H. Arne— Lot 11 block
C. Grlder & Hamilton's sub of E. portion
of Bell tract $230
Sarah E. Cutler to E. E. Danforth— Lot
17 block 1 Workman Park tract $10
Ralph Rogers to Alexander McDonald
—Lots Land 2 block A. Annandale Villa
Same to Cella Fournler— Lots 3 and 4
block same tract MOO
A. J. Gutzler to Isaac Tlmmons— Part
Sec 4 3 S 14 W $10
D. P. Yeargaln and Ethel Yeargain to
same-Part Sco 4 3 S 14 W $10
J. I. Clements to C. A. Post— Lots 5 and
6 block D Boundary tract $10
. United Realty Co. to James J. Barbare
—Lot 907 Forthman tract $130
Francesco Mascolo to Catello Mascolo
—Lot 30 Edward Amars sub of block
12 San Pedro $2000
Elizabeth K. Knudeen to Fred S.
Bynon— Lots 15 and 16 Hollywood Blvd
tract ; .......:.$lO
Jerome Mines Development company,
for active work on the Harryhousen
group of claims, located north of the
United Verde mine. The work will be
done under the superlntendency of Chrla
Harryhousen, who was foreman of the
United Verde mine for over twelve
years. Many of Jerome's most promt'
nent business men have purchased
stock ln the new company. The hoist
and other machinery, ordered some
time ago by tho Plttsburg-Jerome com
pany, will be put in place as soon as
the work can be done. A new power
plant has been Installed to be used In
sinking the main shaft to a depth of
1000 feet. The superintendence of the
work Is ln charge of Joseps Larger), a
practical mining man. At the Black
Hills property, four miles south of Je
rome, work 13 progressing steadily on
the main shaft which Is to be carried
to a depth of 1000 feet. New machin
ery has been Installed to hasten the
work of sinking.
D. N. Barthholdl, superintendent of
the Verde Chief property, has had a
diamond drill shipped from Chicago to
be used ln the development of the
Verde Chief group. The Verde Chief is
among the most prominent properties
of the Jerome district. There is a tun
nel on the group now ln something
over 1000 feet exposing a fine ore body
assaying twenty-flve per cent copper.
At the Cleopatra group, three-fourths
of a mile south of Jerome, work la be
ing pushed steadily forward. A tun
nel and two drifts are being driven
with a good showing of ore ln each.
A power plant was erected recently
and the mine fully equipped with pow
er drills. It is the intention of the
Cleopatra company to erect a reduction
plant on this property as soon as the
showing of ore will justify.
The Decatur mine Is again under
active development with "W. S. Owens
as superintendent. A drift is in pro
gress from the 800-foot level. A good
body of copper ore is being opened up
as the work progresses. The mine is
equipped with gasoline hoist and pow
er drills. The North Verde company
whose property lies Just north of Sena
tor Clark's United Verde mine, Is
making active preparations to begin
work on an 800-foot shaft. A new
steam hoist has been purchased and as
soon as It can be Installed, work will
.; Copper King Litigation
After being ln litigation for over
two years the case of the Copper King
of Arizona Mining company vs. Peter
Johnson, M. D. Scrlbner, et al. has
been decided ln favor of the defend
ants. A remltture from the supreme
court has been received by Clerk of the
Court "Wilcox announcing the decision
of the U. S. supreme court to that
effect. The case was tried ln the dis
trict court at Tombstone during the
June term of 1903 and the Judgment
given to the defendants. The case was
appealed to the supreme court of the
territory which sustained the decision
of the lower court. It was then ap
pealed to the U. S. supreme court
which also affirmed the decisions of
both the lower courts. As the case
now stands the title to the property
of the Copper King of Arizona Involv
ing two claims near Blsbee has been
awarded to Mr. Johnson and his as
Millions for a Song
The district of Mlna, In the extreme
southwestern corner of the state of
Chihuahua, Including Guadalupe y
Calvo, is known to be rich ln gold, but
the rich San Geronlmo gold mine, very
near the Slnaloa line. Is almost un
known. Frederick J. M. Rhodes, an
English mining engineer, stated that
the mine had produced $1,300,000 since
Its discovery by an Indian ln 1899.
It Is owned and operated by Mexi
cans, who bought it from its Indian dis
coverer for three cows and a carbine,
Mr. Rhodes stated that the workings
are down 400 feet and at the bottom a
solid vein of ore, twenty-one feet wide,
samples $61.16 gold to the ton.
The mine Is equipped with two Bryan
mills with a capacity of about eighteen
tons dally and a fifteen-ton cyanide
plant Mr. Rhodes stated that 80 per
cent, of the gold Is saved on the plates
and 80 per cent, of the value ln the
tailings is saved by cyanldatlon.
New Gold Camp
It Is stated that a Salt Lake syndi
cate has taken preliminary steps to
wards the organization of a company
to operate ln a new gold district in Ne
vada, the .location of which has not
The syndicate has acquired a large
group of claims ln the district and the
gentlemen who has had charge of the
location work has uncovered some ore
carrying sensational values.
One of the parties connected with
the syndicate, who has been ln Gold
field, Bullfrog and other prosperous
camps, declares the surface showings
there d6es not begin to compare with
that found in the new district. He is
satisfied that when the location of the
camp becomes known it will be the
signal for another rush, and perhaps
mean the building up of a mining camp
of quite generous proportions.
The district is off the railroad about
forty miles, but that the new branch
of the Salt Lake route from Las Vegas
to Bullfrog will shorten the distance
Specimens of ore brought to Salt
Lake, it is stated, show the rock to be
simply "lousy" with free gold.
Big Deal In Mexico
Final papers have been signed for
the purchase of the Lluvla de Oro
group of mines ln the district of Andres
del Rio, state of Chihuahua, Mexico.
This is one of the largest mining deals
that has been negotiated ln the re
The owner, Bernardo Garcia, gave,
two years ago last June, a three-year
working bond for tho sum of $2,000,000
gold, of which a small amount was
paid down in cash at the signing of
the contract, and subsequently other
payments were made, in part from the
product of the mines themselves and
ln part by the purchasers. At the time
the option was signed the mines had
been slightly developed. A twenty-foot
face of ore was exposed for a depth of
thirty feet. This showing Justified a
small cash payment to the owner and
the investment of money to determine
the values and quantities of ore Indi
cated by the unusual surface showing.
"Work has been continuous and the de
velopment so rapid and rich that today
the mines are classed as among the
largest and richest ln Mexico. At first
a three-stamp mill was employed,
which ln a few months had produced
a thousand dollars gold per day. Then
a twenty-stamp mill was erected, and
this mill has produced ln about a year
bullion having a value of over a mil
lion dollars ln gold. This production
came from running levels and blocking
out ore bodies, so that the amount of
ore in sight must be enormous.
John Scullln of St. Louis and Harry
E. Cary of New York paid the balance
due on the mines of about $1,500,000 gold.
The purchase was made for account
of the Lluvla de Oro Gold Mining com
pany of Mexico, a corporation organized
last year in the United States and hav
ing offices ln the Hanover National
bank building ln New York city. The
capital stock of the company Is $10,000,
000, and the officers and directors are:-
Harry B. Cary, president and general
manager; James Campbell, St. Louis,
secretary and treasurer; B. P. Yoak
um, St. Louis. John Scullln, St. Louis:
Fred Edey, New York. The attorney
for the Beller Is Lie. Luis Mendez, while
the purchasers have been represented
by Lies. Aspe, McLaren and Hernan
dez. Work at the mines has been un
der the direction of A. J. Underwood as
The Improvement and the securing of
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Ordinary Savings Deposits. Open Saturday
Evenings. Loans on Real Estate.
Gem,— *«„»*«« 8 -vln*e ,Banlc M.JJ. AVERT. President
First and Main Streets. Wt F . CALLANDER, Cash.
3. F. SARTORI. President
Security Savin** Bank M. S. HELLMAN, V. Pres.
Hellman Bid*. Cagh Sec>
Souther- O-l. S.r. Ban* £ % BgALT Pre^nt
S. E. Cor. Fourth and Spring. Braly -w. D. WOOLWINE. V. P.
Bid*. CHAS. H. TOLL. Cashier.
W. S. BARTLETT, Pres.
Union Bank of Savins* o. T. JOHNSON, V. Pres.
•«« a Cnt-ino- struct "vV. E. McVAT, Cashier.
223 S. Spring Street. j - F< AND rbWS. Asst Cash
Blercantlle Truat «nd T\ M. DOUGLASS, Pres. Capital. $200,000.00
merrnniuf! *. v« - STEWART, V. Pres. Assets.. 600,000.00
Savins;* Bank !ft jj A rviS barLoW, V. P. Deposit. 500,000.00
E4O South Broadway CHARLES EWING, Cashier. Paid up. 100,000.00
CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
|lnlted States National Bank ■ £. w". SMmfcash^
\i 8. E. Cor. Main and Commercial Capital. $200,000; Surplus aiid Proflta. $50,001
Commercial Nat.ona. Bank w.^ boktho*^
V m South Bprlna-. Capital $200,000; Surplus and Profits $16.00(1
Farmers & Merchants National Bank iVZkiMmSfc'aSu-.
' Cor. Fourth ana Mala Sta. Capital, $1,500,000; Surplus and Profits, $1,250,000
Cirst National Bank ~ t^^bSSTt**,..
• a. a. Cor. **cma ana Spring. Capital $500,000; Surplus and Proflta $871.081
Merchants' National Bank **• w - hellman, Fna.
ercnants National oann w H holijdat. CuMar.
N. E. Cor. BwotJ ana Mala. Capital $200.000; Surplus and Fronts $278,0W
I o. Angles National Bank a » a BmßßSS^etaßlV
». N. D. Cor. Flrit and Sprln*. Capita), IMO.000; Burplua and Proflta, tm.tm
American National Bank w.^f. "gggg-gJJ*
n S, W. Cor. Becnnfl m* Breadwar. Capital. II OO0.COO: Burplua and Proflta. tn.<m
M at.on.l Bank of California £>«* £ t &££B?g it *S?>
" N. B Cor. Second «na Spring. Capital. $200,000; Surplus and Profits. $135,000
State Bank and Trust Company " f"w. T'oraf'oSierf™*
K. W. Cor. 6«cona and Bpn«a-. Capital. tioo.OOO; Burpluj and Proflta. HMM
„,-!„.-„ B-rii, A Truat Comnanv WARREN QILLELKN. Pre*
roadway BanK & ■ rusx company j^ w _ kennt, Caaniar.
KW-no B. Broadway. Bradburr Bids- Capital, $250.000; Surplus— Und. Proflta. tIC.MM
Itlrana' National Banff R * WATBRS, Pr«a.
itizens National uanv j yfj^^sa, caaoiar.
N. B. Cor. Third and gprtmt. Capital $250.000; Surplus and Profits $H50.M1
C ._♦_-, n.«t, WiiXJAM IIdAD, Pre» '
entral Bank w> c durou*. Quhiw.
N. E. Cor. Ptnirtti and Broadway. Capital. $100,000; Surplus and. Profits, $TS.OM
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absolute title to the properties will en-|
able the company to begin paying regu
lar monthly dividends, which are ex
pected to reach $1,000,000 gold per an
The piopertles are situated In the ex
treme northwestern part of the state or
Chihuahua, many days from a railroad.
Enormous difficulties were encountered
in getting supplies and ln building roads
and trails and ferries, and only the
greatest energy in management, coupled
with the highest degree of courage and
confidence on the part of capital has
brought about the results that exist to- ,
Buperstltlons About Rubles
A beautiful Idea Is prevalent in Bur
mah about rubles. The natives bellevs
that their color changes gradually while
they ripen ln the earth, as If a fruit.
At first they say the stone Is colorless,
then it becomes yellow, green, blue,
each in turn, the final stage being red.
When redness Is attained the ruby Is
ripe. The ruby is said to Influence the
wearer very strongly for good or evil.
It is supposed to bring one s due ln
money that has been misappropriated.
If it brings bad luck to the wearer It
should be discarded! it is malevolent.
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