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TOP RECORD DEAL
IN LOCAL REALTY
AGENTS WAITING TO HEAR
FROM MR. HUNTINGTON
Property Owners on South Main and
Hill Streets Advance Values of
Frontage — Active Investors
In the Field
The • midweek announcement tnnt a
syndicate of Invi stors, represented by
Julius K. Black and It. A. ROWM A
Co., had Offced Henry K. Hunt limtoti
12,600,000 for the property on Smith
Main street, known as the Chlldi es
tate uns the possible doal of chief
Intoresl in the realty Held, if the deal
i- put through n win be the record
in Los Angeles as tin- highest price
paid for the transfer or one piece of
The property comprises eight acres,
i trad for which Mr. Hunt Ington paid
$-'•■". aboul six years ago, when with
out It lie could not have secured right
Of way fur bis street railway linos
in thai neighborhood. The frontage
on Main street is 700 feet, on Hill
street aboul 800 feet, and on Eleventh
inil Twelfth streets 603 feot, the only
Improvement being a large frame
Structure known as the "Huntington
Bchool tor young Ladles."
The realty agents Identified with the
deal are saiil to be still waiting to
hear from Mr. Huntington, who is in
New York. The agents stair- that they
have nothing to say at present, but.
will give the public all of th.- details
us to names of those comprising the
syndicate and the plans for the use
of ihe hip block. The suggestion made
tlnit the block Blight be used as the
site for a large passenger station hy
the Harriman Los Angeles-Paclflo
electric system hns attracted some at
tention, but there is no confirmation
Of the rumor. It is figured by out
siders that the, property is right in
line for the further expansion of the
business section of the city, and that
the frontage now is in pressing de
mand by retail merchants.
Those who own frontage in the neigh
borhood of the block are In great glee,
and continue to figure on Increased
profits they will place to their credit
in the banks when the block is sub
divided for business purposes.
Bunch of Good Sales
It is significant that the principal
.sales of the past week have been be
low Sixth street along Main. Hill and
Gustave Brenner of San Francisco
has paid $54,000 spot cash for lot 5 of
the Flatiron tract, situated between
Eighth and Ninth streets. fronting
thirty feet on Spring street and thirty
one feet on Main street, with an aver
ago depth of forty-seven feet. Mr.
Brenner, who Is a wholesale merchant
of San Francisco, bought this prop
erty as a permanent investment and
states that he would not part with it
flt any price, believing ultimately that
the Flatiron block will be to Los An
geles much the same as Herald square
Is to New York. The transaction was
made through the agency of R. A.
Kowan & Co.
The above agency sold to J. Preese
a lot on Grand avenue, 110 feet south
Of Seventh, for *8.".000. The property
has a frontage of ninety feet on Grand
avenue and runs back 160 feet.
W. M. Garland & Co. report the sale
of 90x125 feet on the west, side of
Maple avenue, between East Sixth and
East Seventh streets, for J. W. Wilkin
son to R. G. Beebe, for $54,000. This
property was sold about December 15
by R. F. Vogel to Wilkinson, repre
senting a syndicate, for $50,000.
S. G. Lehmer, O. N. Bryant and A.
A. Heltman have sold to S. N. Dutcher
the property known as the Parodia
apartments, at !114 West Sixth street,
for $40,000. The lot is 53x120 feet In
size and is improved with a three
story frame building adapted to the
use of twenty-four families. The sale
was made through the agency of A. R.
Mrs. Clara M. Hardaway has sold to
J. Tanner, through the agency of the
Burok-Qwynn company, 120 feet of
frontage in the Wllshlre Place tract,
Improved with a handsome two-story
residence, for $30,000. The property
consists of two tiO-foot lots, one of
which. No. 16, has been turned over
by the Burck-Gwynn company three
times in the last ninety days.
Wright & Callender company report
the sale of the southeast corner of
Ninth and Hill streets for Meyer Liss
ner t<> a local syndicate for $225,000.
The lot has a frontage of 95 i.-.'i on
Hill and extends back 153 feet on Ninth
to an alley, so that tho consideration
was at the rate of $2360 a front foot.
Ellaa O. Allen hns sold to a syndi
cate of local Investors, through Otto
Weld and W. A. Roberts, the north
easl corner of Hill and Seventh streets
for $65,000. Tho property Is 130x102 leet
in slzo and is Improved with two
houses. The consideration figures out
at the rate of $500 a front foot.
SHRINER CONVENTION HALL
Great Auditorium on West Jefferson
Street to Be of Brick and
li was announced by the committee
ii charge (hat the Banners' convention
hall and auditorium will be a brick and
steel structure, the builuinjr to occupy
a Hptieioiiß lot on West Jefferson street
near Royal street, in oonsequenoa of
the change in material to be lined the
aggregate cost of the Improvement win
Tin- bull 'in will be <>!'<■ of the finest
and mom substantial ■hrlner halls in
the country. It will Imve two front
ages, one on Jefferson street and the
other on Royal, and will OOVer a
ground spaoe of 44, us square <vi't. or
about aji acre of ground. The main
entrance, which will bo on Jefferson
street, will be in J ooriuh design, and
will «et back 104 feet from tho property
Tin hall will have v seating eiipacity
or about MOO persona. The dimensions
or the main auditorium win \" "■
feet, with a height of B4 teet from ttm
Boor io the trusses.
A Hlagu at the WSSI <'ml will In' X;
Ceet wide and 34 feet deep, With v
prosceilium opening 'M feet wide and 82
feet high. Work oil the IniildhiK Is
being rushed with a view to having it
completed in time for the meeting of
the Imperial council of the order in this
ilty next May.
If you want to ffo east, C. Haydock,
Agvut Illinois Central K. &... lit W. (tk.
Los Angeles Sunday Herald.
SPACIOUS MODERN HOME IN THE SUBURBS
ONE REINFORCED CONCRETE
BLOCK IN LIST
In Bunch of 290 Permits Appear 171
for New Dwellings — Total Val
uation of Improvements,
Building permits granted thus far for
the month of January total 290, author
izing improvements valued at $459,317.
The official tabulation from the office
of the chief inspector of building is giv
("a."s A, reinforced concrete, 1 $40.(Hi0
Class C 6 33,772
Class D, 1 story 132 187,710
Class I>. lA story 12 Ut.Ogj
Clasa I), 2 story 2ti 108,387
Class 1), 3 story 1 4\'"'<>
Bheds 25 3,723
Brtok Mitt-rations 24 R7.070
Frame alterations til ir.,:>,o
Demolitions '-' l.'»l>
Total 290 1469,817
Following is the reports by wards,
January 14 to January 19:
First ward 8 $2,950
Second ward 10 ltj.2:>b
Third ward 8 52.550
Fourth ward lfl W.BBO
Fifth ward 21 30.0K)
Sixth ward 41 30,380
Seventh ward 8 15.100
Eighth ward 3 3.0H0
Ninth ward 9 O.Jid
Total 119 $215,150
Principal Building Permits
Among: the more important building
permits Issued are the following:
Twenty-third stroet, 637 West— L. T.
McFarland, 645 West Twenty-third
street, owner; A. S. Johnston, builder;
two-story eight-room residence; $4500.
Koosevelt street, 1662— Joseph Belluo.
1714 Arapahoe street, owner and buildei"
two-story seven-room residence; $2500.
Grand avenue, 3967 South— Hattle
Holmes, 3442 South Flower street,
owner; O. W. Alexander, builder; two
story eight-room residence; $3375.
Los Angelos streot, 237 South— Mrs. IT.
Newmark, city, owner; F. Engstrom
company, builder; alterations to build
(iramercy place, 1614— Minnie Stokes.
35 West Twenty-eighth street, owner;
W. F. Stokes, builder; two-story eight
room residence; $3000.
Fourth street, 1220-22 West— Mrs. M.
Peterson, 1214 West Fourth street,
owner; William Neely, builder; two
story 26-roorn four flats; $9000.
Harvard boulevard, 1700— California
Bungalow company, 1431 South Los An
geles street, owner and builder; two-
Btory eight-room residence; $3500.
Maple avenue, 981— W. W. Watts, 123
South Broadway, owner and builder;
two-story eight-room residence; $4750.
Thirteenth street, 825 West— J. I-S. Lee,
414 West Adams street, owner; G. W.
Smith, builder; two-story, eight-room
Forty-fifth streot, 432 West— H. T.
Mills, 1714 Wall street, owner and
builder; one-story six-room residence;
Main street, 813-15 South— A. Meyer,
city, owner; Barber-Bradley Construc
tion company, builder; two-story two
room store rooms; $4150.
Thirty-first street. 2235 West— F. Z.
Phillips, 3835 South Grand avenue,
owner and builder; one-story six-room
Summit avenue, 950 — Pane Muier,
owner; A. Vogt & Co., builder; one
si ory six-room residence; $2000.
Pennsylvania avenue, 1945— W. 1...
Ramsey, 1922 East First street, owner;
P. A. Mulfred, builder; one-story flve
room residence; J2OOO.
Harvard boulevard, 3140-12— Mrs.
Rathburn, 3024 Vermont avenue, owner;
c A. Bcooel a builder; two-story eight
room residence; $3300.
Avenue Fifty-two, 215 South— J. K.
Marshall, Avenue Fifty-two, owner; /,.
10 Wile, builder; two-story seven-room
Vermont avenue, 919 South— Mrs.
Jennie Doron, ÜB2 South Vermont ave
nue, owner; A. Ouborne, builder; two
story eight-room residence; $3780.
Twentieth street, 226 West— C. G.
Kombotis, 2646 Dalton avenue, owner
and builder; two-story eight-room resi
Reno street, 307— F. B, Lewis, 2412
Wesi Ninth street, owner; Cales & Mc
riellau, builders; one-story six-room
A liliot t place, 5327— Laura 10. Owen,
r, J 1 s Marmlon way, owner and builder;
one-Story live-room residence; $2000.
Thirtieth street, 1182 West— John I>.
Walker, owner and builder, two-story
eiKht-room residence; $3700.
Towne avenue, 307— Mrs. lOstella M,
Orel, 516 Kaßt Fifth street, owner; lilod
gett urns., builders; two-story ware«
Hop* street, 408 South— Crrbb & sin-
Clttlr, 306 Wiliox building, owners and
builders, three-story 111-room apart
ment house; $48,000
Spring Street, 2(12 North—Cohen-New
mark company, cit;-, owner; Uruiwwick-
SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1907.
Balke compnny, builders; alteration of
Uroadway, 609-19, South— Centr-il
Broadway Hank company, Los Angeles
Trust building, owner; Robert Reyrle,
builder; alteration of brick building,
Flgueroa street, 5126 South— Dr. P. S.
Anton, 227 East Adams street, owner;
J. Prater, builder; one-story, six-room
Lobory lane, 414-20— H. W. Hellman
estate, Hellnmn building, owner; J. A.
Klnrrjuist, builder; alterations to ware
Leoti avenue, 2431— A. B. Nash, 919
West Washington street, owner and
builder; one-story, five-room desidence,
Bryan street, 1037^Charles A. Lob
gren, 2500 West Ninth street, owner
and builder; three-story, forty-two
room apartments, $9000.
Dorchester avenue, 2970— F. E. Harti
gan, 3031 West Pico street, owner; E.
M. Patterson, builder; two-story, eight
room residence, $4000.
New High street, 61S— Mrs. Hatha
way, owner; William Niemeyer, build
er; two-story coffee club, $11,000.
CLOSE-IN BUSINESS LOTS
LOOK GOOD TO INVESTORS
PROPERTY ON HOPE, FLOWER
AND HILL STREETS WANTED
Large and Small Sums Placed in
Frontage and Held for Assured In.
crease in Value — Values on Selec
tions in the Southwest
Far-seeing investors continue to make
purchases of close-in residence prop
erty along Hope, Flower, Hill and other
streets as far south as Pico street.
Many realty agents find themselves
busy showing property.
Edwards & Winters report tho fol
lowing important sales:
For A. B. Laird to Alexander Keat
ing, 50x155 feet to alley on the west
side of Flower street, near Pico, being
1335 South Flower street. Considera
tion, $13,500; bought for investment.
For A. Gilmore to the same purchaser,
50x150 to alley on the east side of Hope
street, between Eleventh and Twelfth,
$16,000; bought for Investment.
For Althouse Bros, to C. S. Marston,
eight-room modern residence at 2307
Juliet street, lot 50x135, $6500; purchased
for a home.
For Ida M. Ryse to Mabel Thomas, at
L'lol Arlington street, and a modern six
room bungalow located on the south
west corner of Arlington and Twenty
first streets, $4500; bought for a home.
For the California Bungalow com
pany to Gustave Werner, eight-room
modern residence at 1682 West Twenty
third street, near Normandie, lot 50x
135. $5500. Mackie-Ryder company rep
resented the purchaser.
For Ida M. Hyse to Emerson Strong,
modern six-room bungalow at 2514 West
Twenty-first street, just north of Ar
lington, lot 40x125, $3500. George A. Cor
telyou represented the purchaser.
For A. L. Barton to R. A. Bell, lot 57,
Young & Adams' Figuoroa Street tract,
47xltiS, on Baxter street, near Flgueroa,
For Hattie A. Phelps to A. M. Law
ton, lot 14, West Sixteenth Street tract,
being 50x135 on the south side of Powell
streot, near Arlington, $1550. Bought
For Miss A. Wickes to F. E. Gold
smith, lot 16, block 10, Culver's Wood
lawn tract, 50x140 feet, on the east side
of Main street, near Forty-first street,
For M. E. Johnson to Thomas Wilson,
the northeast corner of Jefferson street
and Eighth avenue, $1250. Bought for
For Arthur Kinney company to Lot'.lo
Phillips, lot 3», block 5, Jefferson Street
tract, 40x145 feet on Fourth avenue,
mar Jefferson, $625.
For W. 11. MOOre to H. A. Church, lot
25, Strong & Dickinson's Washington
Street fract, being 50x150 feet on the
east .side of Manhattan, near Washing
Two Fine Dwellings
Althouse Bros, are building a two
story ten-room stone and frame resl
denoe In Westminster square tract,
situated on St. Andrews place, between
Fourth street and Linden avenue. They
are also building a two-stury eieven
iMciin pressed brick and frame residence
in the same tract 011 Manhattan place,
between Fourth street and Linden ave
nue, on large lots (oxl6o feet each, fuc
ing east. These two houses will con
tain all modern Improvements, such as
quarter sawed oak floors down stairs
and rock maple floors up stairs. There
will be three largo mantel with open
fireplaces; each will have a large living
room 18x2U feet, which will be paneled
and beamed, also built-in book cases
with leaded art glass doors, built-in
writing de.slts, shelves, etc. The total
cost of tho Improvements will be about
Free Tickets to Tract
The McCarthy company reports sev
eral new mhlom in Florence Heights
tract, despite the rain. The street
work and other Improvements are pro«
greasing satisfactorily. Free tickets to
this attractive property are dispensed
to those who make request at the main
WILL ERECT NEW
ROW OF EIGHT STORES ON
EAST THIRD STREET
Enterprising Syndicate Will Produce
Pleasing Results at Ocean Park.
Major Klokke's Home to
Bids are now being recoived by Arch
itect J. W. Saundors for the early erec
tion of a two-story store building 260 x
130 feet to bo constructed on the
northeast corner of Third and San
Pedro streets for the Blinn Lumber
company. All outside and fire walls
will bo of concrete, the interior of mill
construction. The building will be sub
divided into eight .stores, tho second
story being divided into lofts. A
sprinkler system will be installed.
Architect Rosenheim is preparing
plans for tho remodeling of the White
Star pier at Ocean Park for a syndicate
that has recently purchased the prop
erty. All of the buildings on the struc
ture will be removed and a fine cafe 50
x 206 feet will be built. The bath house
will be rebuilt on the beach and the
grand entrance way remodeled. A
large amount of money is to be expend
ed in making: it an ideal place of
Other New Work
Architects report the following- new
work to the Builder and Contractor:
P. W. Ehlers has been instructed by
the trustees of the Graham school dis
trict to draw plans for a new school
building for their district. Tho plans
call for a two-story frame building to
contain eight class rooms, besides
principal's office, library and cloak
rooms. Each class room is 25x30 feet
in size. Quarters for the 1 eating plant
will be in the basement.
Parkinson & Bergstrom are taking
bids for a one-story business building
to be erected at Third and Hope strets
for John Whiting. It will contain eight
The same architects are taking bids
for the structural steel frame of the
proposed ten-story office and store
building to be erected at the southwest
corner of Sixth and Main streets.
Frank M. Tyler is drawing plans for
a two-story and attic eight-room
frame residence to be built at Cole
grove for H. C. Jensen. It will have
hardwood floors, paneled wainscoting,
buffet, furnace, etc.
Marsh & Russell have plnns for a
two-story building for the bank of
Claremont. It will have blue brick
front and plate glass windows. Quar
ters for a hank and several stores will
be on the first floor and small apart
ments on the second story.
Lester S. Moore Is preparing plans
for extensive alterations and additions
to the residence of E. P. ('. Klokke on
the southwest corner of Twenty-first
and Figuoroa streets. Four bedrooms,
two batn rooms, shower bath, tile
wainscoting, hardwood floors, white
enamel work, new plumbing and elec
tric work are contemplated.
The same architect is making plans
of a four-room modern bungalow to be
built on Avenue 28 for Charles A. How
1. M. Patterson has been commis
sioned to draw plans for the Modoc
county high school at Alturas, Cal. It
will be of stone, 75x11:2 feet, and con
tain fourteen class and recitation
rooms, gymnasium and a large audi
torium. A heating plant and blower
system of ventilation will be installed.
The estimated cost of the building is
The smile architect is also drawing
plans for :i six-room frame residence
to be constructed on Wilson place for
S. N. Fritz. It will contain the con
ventences <>( a modern homo.
A. F. Rosenheim is taking bids for
the excavating of the premises on
which a four-story and basemen! store
and rooming house 1-40x130 feet is to be
erected at the southeast corner of
Eleventh and Main streets for Prank
S. Hicks. It will he provided with
elevator, steam heat and all modern
The same archit.vt Is taking bidl
for the construction of a church build*
inn for the Klrst Church Of Christ
Scientist, Tho obstacles which have
delayed matters in the commencement
of the work have been removed and it
will now proceed.
a level, elevated block of ground
1000x1800 feet, between Pico and six
teenth streets, on the West Adams
Heights hill, has been bought by a syn
dicate of a dozen prominent business
men who will Improve the tract as the
highest class of residence property ob
tainable in the city. High class Im
provements are planned. Surface and
subway car lines are close. David Bar
ry & Co.i the selling agents, say lota
will range from $1720 to $2000 In value,
Everything you want you will find In
the classified page— a modern encyclo
pedia. Duo cent a word.
CAR LIT ES ON EAST SEVENTH
Thoroughfare Crosses Los Angeles at
New Business Centei — Values
Now that thero Is promise of fair
weather, active operations will be re
mm*! In the building of the. rlouble
truck ' 1 •■ ■trie railway on Eml Seventh
street, for the extension of the line
across t he river to n point about four
miles distant, This Improvement, which
lsI Is Oil vast Interest find importance to the
people generally, lias already caused
values of business frontage on East
Seventh street to advance rapidly, Ex
clusive agents for Hast Seventh street
property are W. m. Garland & Co., who
Anything on Baal ieventh street
between the Lob Angeles rievr and Main
street will double In value in ibo7, This
railway Is the one thing this wide thor
oughfare has been waiting for and hud
in hay before it 1 ould hops to com
pete with values on West Bcventh
street, or even Easl Fifth street. Bast
Bev< nth street extends through tho very
renter of business 1-os Angeles, run
ning, one mlghl say, from Santa Monica
in wiiiti ier. Property at the pi 1 seni
prices (and corners can be obtained for
lew 1 fronl foot, wst of Central aye
nue), win pay 16 per e< nt net, with 1 ost
of Improvements added." Quick profits
TOWNE AVENUE AND TWELFTH
Los Angees Creamery Company Pay*
$15,000 for a Corner
A lining the sales closed last week by
\V. 11. Allen * Son were the following:
Home Real Estate company to the.
Los Angeles Creamery company, lot
on tin; northeast corner of Towne ave
nue and Twelfth street, 119.6x165 feet;
Mary A. Colgan to George D. How
land, northeast corner of Adams and
Huillong streets, being lots 1, 2. 3 and
4, blo<k E, of the Adams street trnct,
for $12,000. The lot has 135 feet front
age on Adams street by 175 feet on
Budlong street, improved with a nine
Bought for Investment
Croake & McCann report the follow- |
Lot 75x123. southeast corner of Ben
ton boulevard and Sixth street, front
ing Sunset park— Bdw. C. Magauran
to James W. Collins, $7000; invest
Lot 50x135, south side West Eigth
street, between Vermont and Hoover —
A. D. McLeod to Hartman Selby, $1825;
Lot :>0x135, north side West Twenty
fifth street, between Romeo and Ver
mont—Mary Brown to Neil Colgan, 1
$2000; will improve with six-room cot
Lot 50x120, east side Lenox avenue,
between Sixteenth and Washington
streets— W. C. Weld to Fannie M. Gru
eninger, $1575; investment.
Lot 50x135, south side East Forty
seventh street, between South Park
and McKinley avenues— Horace Locke
to J. H. Lilly, $700; investment.
Lot 40x120 to alley, north side Elm
street, between Cypress and Prospect
drive— Belle S. Angler to Henry M.
I Rooney, $525; investment.
Paid $30,000 for Home
J. G. Dinman has paid Mrs. Robert
L. Couts, through F. A. J. Shaffer, $30.
00 for two lots in West Thirtieth street,
west of Grand avenue, the property, 100
xl"s feet, being improved with a ten
room residence. Mr. Dinman and fam
ily will occupy the dwelling.
The flat property, a brick building at
1507-1509 Pleasant avenue in Boyle
Heights, has been purchased from
Frank B. Sturge by George W. Dickin
Residence Property Sold
The Herron Realty company has pur
chased from B. V. Duque a lot at 1036
South Hope street, improved with a
two-story dwelling of nine rooms, that
rents for $52 a month. The considera
tion was $22,500.
R. D. Richards has sold the prop
erty at 2231 Hobart boulevard to a
local investor for $18,000 cash. The
lot has a frontage of 75 feet and is im
proved with a handsome residence.
Everything you want you will find In
the classified page. One cent a word.
How Fortunes Will Shortly Be Made
by Investors in the SEARCHLIGHT
• Prizes 'of twenty dollars, ten dollars and five dollars, and one hundred of one dollar each will
be given for compositions by children under 14 years of age upon this subject.
Illustrated booklet giving full particulars upon which the compositions may be based
will be mailed free upon application. Competition closes January 31, 1907.
»*T*| HP* To Buy Business and Residence 1 fkT
Ihe I ime Lots Near the Santa Fe Depot Is Now
i 1 \\j lIIIIV in Searchlight Hi 3 liVfl
The Only Place where these lots can be bought is 525 South Spring Street, Los Angeles.
Prices of all lots will be advanced in a few days. Do not wait until the railroad it actually
completed. By acting promptly, you secure both choice of locations and lowest prices. Com-
parative fortunes will surely be made.
Nothing can now prevent ■ great and permanent city springing up around the depot in
Searchlight. Carefully note the address,
Searchlight Terminal Townsite Co.
525 South Spring Street
O N MOUNTAIN TOP
ADDED COMFORTS FOR VISIT-
Echo Mountain, Now Covered with
Snow, to Be Scene of Active Build-
Ing Operations — Ample
Building opei I ho mounta In
:it tii" presenl time are suspended on
account of th< • the Pasade*
na Star. Over eighteen Inches of snow
lk on th" gro I Just above Ihe ob- .
servatory and the heavies! rail ol
Hunw during the year is reported 1
Echo mountain. j ]
The stoi hi came just as tin' founda
tion foi Hi" $6 lomblnal \<>t\ house was ,
being completi d at the top of the In
cllne, The new building is to be to feet
long and '■'<" feel ui'le and on the In
side win be apa 1 1 menu for an operat
ing room, th- engineers' rooms, a wait
ing room, photographers' room and sn
perinti ndeni Turner's offices. The en- ■
tire building is to !"■ mission stylo ;
throughout, with til roof, and concrete
will be the material us<ml in tin' <nn- |
structlon of the building. i
As soon as the combination building 1
is completed construction of an apart- 1
ment house Wit] begin, This will li<' a 1
building of sixteen rooms i<( concrete !
throughout, and when completed will
be Used exclusively as an apartment
house for the employes of the road.
The architecture <>( the building will ho
a feat ure not. forgotten, Following the
erection Of this building tar barns will !
be built nt :\ COSt of about $4000.
Concrete construction is especially '
adapted to Echo mountain. The mate- 1
HILL STREET J
sx 1 s
T - T
Rx 1 R
Last Sunday we advertised two properties o :his street
at "less than half of $675 per front foot." We Sold Both!
We are now able to deliver two more on the same street
and can arrange a bargain price. "Watch Huntington!"
has more meaning than poetry and the big deal on the
Childs place means a big jump on these properties.
Guthrie & Blossom
Room 301 Collins Block
313 Wesi Third Street A 1265 M 3998
Real Estate and
' :i=ilv tllk'll fO '
than lvi tl building is
1 rtmpletc 'I 11 Is pra< tleally fireproof and
to liltjli wind
The total amount of building to ho
donei .in Echo mountain within the next
few month* iiiiionnts to over $20,000.
it i ■ undot mo. 1 1 inn plans e >■■■ neni -
ho iii'iin tain, to he.
Sycamore Grove Tract
Til-- si* pie , tny announce
the rolln Ini Kalrs fni tn
\ five room house on lots 1, 8 and '■> in
the Bycnmnn r>ro ■ Avenue
45, bought ii. Mi • . o. L Russell from
1 1 <'. 1 1 ,
■ 1 138 :■'• 'i"ia street, iiMiiKht by
1 from John 1:
,-.. .room house
1 'i • vvi nui Bfl, bought by w. .1. 1 loos
from .Mrs \\ . T. Calderwood for 18600.
$80,000 in Acreage
John Meti -'ir has sold to .1 i"?ii ln«
. 1 1, , through the agency M. .1.
Nolan, ;i trai 1 of thlrtj e\ en mil one
half acre 1 on Pl< n utrest, « esl of t ii*
city limits, for $>.!-•:.. This is at the
rntc ol $1650 an acre,
, .1 B. Johnson, recently from Chicago,
hat purchased from .1. W. Fulton a
nlneteen-acre ranch near Fullerton fur
jl'ii.:!;"," cash, 'rip- property is in full
bearing orange trees and Is Improved
with a residence and pumping plant.
Two New Homes
Two new houses have been started
in thfl McCarthy company's Oreatrr
!...- Angeles trad during tho past.
week. <;. A. Blocum is building an
attractive bungalow on San Pedro
street, near sixty-eighth, and R. A. Ar
ron Is building on Sixty-ninth street,
between Main and Ban Pedro streets,
a story and a half modern ten-room
Los Angeles Capital at Oakland
Alien C. Rush nf Los Angeles Is a
load.r in a million dollar enterprise.
Mr. Rush and his associates will estab
lish a large structural steel platit at
Oakland, and provide material for the
rebuilding of Ban Francisco.