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_^ —Larzcst Body of Unoccupied Fertile Land
47,1 00 JSICVGS Near Any Bis City in the United States. f^^Bl^^^Ji^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Opening Sale Will Comprise Tracts of Five Acres, Ten Acres, ~\___ * C^^^Mf^^^^^^ 1\
P Twenty Acres and Up to Tracts of Hundreds of Acres _
Terms of Sale 25 Per Cent Cash; Balance in Three Equal Annual Payments, Interest at 6 Per Sj^^fe^^^^^^ £ —^
lermsor Cent; interest Computed from November Ist, 1910. . W^^Sk^^ :'0 SvW^ j
is#:^^%^.3^9r^3 r: The Soreadinff
4.7 100 A ere
Lankershim & Van Nuys Ranchos
San Fernando Valley ===== _
Richest Body of Soil in All California—Right at Northerly Gateway of [ For Further I
LofAngeles?-Every Acre Needed Right Today by 300,000 Consumers TOF r UlTliei
First and Limited Selling Period Reflection
JL .«■ BWJ %. Vl/JLJLI^^ *—-^ Jlake op your mind that the tankershlm and Van Nny. ranchos-47,100 acres
..V" —. N .rfg . _ wlll be the center of activities and the focus-point or attention for many
Begins Wednesday, June st . s^rs^-- ?=——
■~*^ h*^ TO5 . Everything being equal. a new section developed along- Improved tt»f«t
. - .. <1 ¥-« 11 • „ -J^«. -4-^-n UrtfTrAO'f strips Its older rivals.
Sale lasts 30 days. Sale will then close till Fall, in order to harvest :r::zzrr: _ „_„„_
present grain crop, valued at about half a million dollars d=SSS2S^M5si=
f>..v .';.. C? mte| even with present transportation facilities, would command high, price«
m l -* 1\ • AH isd JL tL ii-4-1% e l m plV for IU income-producing value.
Second Selling Period Begins About September 2Utn -^f^^—rrr.:
*~' .. .a mUliun and a half dollars.
By this time it is expected that the great double Boulevard private improvements planned£nd lay mg out ---^-^ _ " '
of town number one, to be called "Van Nuys" will justify the Board of Control in advanc.ng price.. .J?^-EJL* ~Z£XS. ."UTSLt
. ■, \ ,5000 per' mile, but one double boulevard, 13^ mile* lon. costing nearly $35,000
: ■ . " ! —— ™ p er nl Jle. One side, exclusively for automobiles, and built of asphaltlc-concrete.
1 Preliminary Get-Ready" Excursions Today, Decoration Day sSJTZZ^SZ'SSSSr^-"'-'"-^
and Tuesday by Southern Pacific's New Motor Coach J~J2TJ?^*!ZSS^^^y~~ Sf
UnU 1 Ue»Udy Uy UWUI.H^J.« Jlu ,l,vel.p«l ia»t » you would h«. It «>w lm. t ta»U«a «»14 ciot,
m;s -jsisjsrr; sss »? p-"-. S- - -:- -::: -- —
schedule time Extra large numbers will visit the property Sunday and Decoration Day. 1 JSrS-SS* electrjc llne , the Sont hem p^in« a ir.adr ha. two h™
SCneQUie limC. CXlia lai^C HUHIU^I ■ —————' through the property. On May a 5 powerful ga.ollne motor cars began a regular
" "~ . dally schedule.
V^',: __ _ —. ,- <T T Tt -r \ A /^>innO Sou begin to comprehend the scope of development* that irtU rapidly tram-
T "[TV A TJ n I I Li |J A « I form this rich grain land Into Immensely valuable sabnrban property.
—/rL/VrviM JL JLjLJLL/ i li\J io The developer, do not stop at. pobllo Improvements. They mi to assUt y.a
JLJ JL-/X Jt\- JL J- -*- •*• -«-■»-• l mU vldually. It is bound to be a pronounced success a. a whole, but they wish
1 ■■'- • .l- J ~ ~A t~* +,F^i^ol CnntKorn Pfilifnrnii miintrV every unit to be individually successful.
This genuine property is not subdivided to enrich swcuJatoTS.bur k .supply "^—^Sl »il ffllS^dSSb™^ *SoS ZjS^&WMA-apaSHni
places; small close-in ranches, truck gardens within hauling distance of the nwrwt ana orcnara bg hastened and guld d grgHS'S -=' SsS-S I™" ,r u,K™ S-U»r-SS!
Jy Sold as farm lands, its appreciation in value and rapid sett ng_up wrtl faco^niS on this project more wealth, influence and successful ggggggggSg EfeS
hv unrelenting efforts on the part-of business men and capitalists, wno win concemidie un m» f j
experience thSn were ever put behind a local enterprise. "1: it^T^L-.--——— _„ ":
Commissions to Real Estate Agents rSi-,s;:f-""-"-"-™
-' ,: Booklets Containing Maps, Prices, Illustrations on Application to E^fHSS««SISISs
■• opening prices.
"1 _rf "W "W The urouH of business men who purchased this property are satisfied with
Los Angeles Suburban Homes Company reJouab?. prollU. and pass along to others the greater prollt. which will ftrflir
irt /vi/\i/\n Mkw 11 II W*Vl! "H #• ffV "ifTl H—H AfO «»*►/ H I AIT M B/fll B W Improvements and occujiancy.
>s Angeles buDuroan. nomes 1 1 , iS s=iH|=p£giii
' • j "\ 7" 1 1 >ou CBn C°unt "" *cUve' «enerim* "UPPort aml asHlslnnte.
• Of the Historic San Fernando Valley u ,;:,,r,y^sTc,x= bt""u - a -■• •' opportnn'ty 'th" ■"
j ;; _. , i»>r • v'• it t w/Vii^-1/ixr r^rion'l Manager -— '
21.9-220 Central Bldg., Cor. Sixth and Main H. J. Whitley, Gen i Manager .= -J%
T.OS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MQHMXCi. MAY 20. i?no.