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Weekly Times-Advocate from Escondido, California • Page 4

Escondido, California
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ION Formal Opening Solana Beach Independence Day, July 4th Prepare Now to see This New Wonder City. Spend the Entire Day on the Beach 1 Free Lot to be Given Away by Moving Picture Star-Absolutely FREE No Conditions-Everybody Has a Chance Horse Racing on the Sand Auto Racing on the Sand Music-Dancing Swimming Movie Stars 1 See This NEW CITY Which Is Being Built Along the Right Lines LIGHTS-SIDE ALKS-CURBS-SE ER AGE It Is the Gateway to the Immense Santa Fe Irrigation District Plenty of GOOD WATER From jt Lake Hodges, very Reasonable Cost Business Lots, Residence Lots, Acreage Also Sale of Acre Tracts Already planted to AVOCADOS 1 Make Arrangements to Spend an Enjoyable Day as well as a Profitable One jj SOLANA Beach is located 13 miles South of Oceanside, 3 miles North of Del Mar, on Coast State Highway ED FLETCHER COMPANY Agents and Subdividers Albert C. Walter and W. B. George ij General Agents, Offices: Oceanside and Solana Beach BEAR VALLEY ITEMS VALLEY CENTER NEWS around the curves of the mountain grades.

Growers declare that this price is as good as $23 on board cars at Escondido, and most of them prefer to sell in the field rather than Mrs. Samuel Erb and son, Arthur Mr. and Mrs. A. C.

Goedell, of San Erb, of San Francisco, who is here Diego, were here Wednesday for a for a visit, motored to Tia Juana for short visit while en route home from a sight-seeing trip Thursday, accom- a trip north. Mr. Goeoell was for panied by Mrs. Erbs brother, Henry many years a well known painter of this city. BEAR VALLEY.

June -In Bar Talley realty circles the most import-int item the pas week is the par- hauling or run the risk of a abase of the old Joe Heshman place bettor price later on, with the irnme-m Valley Center by Tom Dinwiddle. diate t.0bt of storage and insurance. ranch consists of ISO acres andjjj the same, there are people who the consideration was $10,000, spot would rather see the hay fed on the irash. The deal was made through ranches. George Jacoby, of Escondido, repre The William C.

Urschel, of Artesia. arrived Monday for a visit with Jacob W. Urschel. Mr. and Mrs.

J. Van Ryan returned Monday evening from a visit of three or four days in Los Angeles. MILES ON TWO YARDS OP SCRIP. Hagata brothers combined harvester lias bean working overtime i for more than a week. They will have around SOO sacks of wheat and 1 1500 sacks of barley.

I Raisers of beef cattle complain of senting himself and others in the ownership of the property. One hundred and twenty acres is bottom land, most of it sub-irrigated. Mr. Dinwid-die will make a first class dairy farm of it. He will build a garage and im- yrove the present buildings at onretbe lo" l)eef some choice a little later will erect a having been scld the Past Posses-don will be given at fpw das at around 64 cents Per pound.

Inferior cattle being shipped into southern California from Arizona is said to be the cause of the 'low prices. Veals are a drug on the expiraDon of the Roy Evans lease emt er Meanwhile Mr. and Di'wMdie will close out their hodmg, at Santa Cruz. Bear and 2ou tfie V' Ro I's WP 1 o. I'pie congratulate Mr.

and Dinwiddb ii the making of the 3 -s With a Bear Valley pennant on the windshield and with flags displayed from the sides of the automobile, three Bear Valley men. Gust. Blom-quist, Herbert Blomquist and J. H. Heath, motored to Japatul Saturday for the farm bureau center picnic, reporting a cordial reception and a fine time.

Bear Valley was the only community of northern San Diego county represented. Mr. and Mrs. Goddard have returned to their home in Los Angeles after a visit at their ranch on the north side of the lake. The weeks guests at Camp Kueb-ler, on the north side of the lake, have included: Mr.

and Mrs. Earl Casey, who used to live in Bear Valley. now of Los Angeles, and Joe Pe-troni and family and Herry Feigley, also of the Angel city. Airs. Richard Riding and William Riding motored to Los Angeles for a week-end visit, taking with them Mrs.

Charles Kuebler and son, Charles. They returned Tuesday afternoon. Forest Supervisor Boulden and family were visitors to Bear Valley on Tuesday. The late S. X.

Boulden, father of the supervisor, as well as his grandfather, lived for a number of years in the Bear Valley district, where they owned a large farm at Tie easterly end of the district. Anollu welcome visitor to the valev. Tnnday afternoon. was Chief A IoLce Otto Langer of Oceanside, and family, who were here to call on Mr. I.angers mother, sisters and residing on the north side' of the lake.

Also Henry W. AV. Cooper and son, Russell, smiled upon Bear Valley on Tuesday. Mr. Cooper, senior, made a careful inspection of the dam, upon which he placed his okay.

Mr. Cooper gave out the information while in the valley that he might resume his residence in Escondido. Your mileage is greater and costs less when you travel on Red Crown gasoline and Zerolene oil. Use convenient Standard Oil Company Scrip, in $5, $10 and $ao denominations; accepted by Standard Oil Service Stations and dealers wherever you motor. Fine for touring.

Saves carrying cash. Economical. Frank Langer is marketing his fine crop of oranges through the Escondido Citrus Union. Tlio now road on the north side of report of a recent meeting of the lake and the high school district rd of dirocor- of tie1 com lions uet a few pegs nearer to Wmr A V'trr was read from I realization everv week. of the Farm Bu-ioiithiy has the following item i VALLEY CENTER.

June 25. Mi Oscar Howard had a stroke last no I hich affected her eyes. At last 1 ports she was regaining her eyesigt Mr. William Sweet, of Los Angek spent the week-end at the Jam ranch. Mr.

D. Griswold was a recent vis or in San Diego. Mrs. William Sweet returned to home in Los Angeles, after sever weeks visit at the James ranch. Mi C.

M. James accompanied her for i indefinite stay in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Berg and son.

La-rence, and daughter. Alberta, we week-end visitors at the Bottrc ranch. Mrs. B. F.

Grlffiih left Tuesday jlOs Angeles, where she will spet several days. I The residents of the valley are bu: baling hay. Everybody has very fli hay and a lot of it. Miss Nadine Alrhart came up fro San Diego to attend the dance and I see her friends. Miss Frances Lake left Sunday fi where she will visit friend Mr.

and Mrs. Chris Krogh, of Su ny Slope ranch, Escondido, were Su day visitors at the Ilottroff ranch, The latest to appear with bobbt hair in Valley Center is Mrs. Fred Cooper. Mr. Clarence Smith and Miss Ev lyn Weimer, Mr.

Gene McFeeters ar Miss Alice Romig went rabbit hun ing Tuesday night. The valley is no retty well cleaned of rabbits. The San Diego Consolidated Gas Electric companys construction cam will soon be moved to a new loc tion. Mr, Roy Evans is baling with new baler at the Smith-McKinno ranch. It is hoped that the barbecue to held Saturday and Sunday at the Jac Adams ranch will be a success.

Th money raised by it will go to the ei larging of the houses for the St. I natius orphans. The children all to school at the Valley Center unio school. i m.l. 1 in -the erg0 Mr.

five ti HoTnian of ILmr VnMoy ra-e formuUon of the Bear Vai- Speaking of baseball diamonds, there's none bettor than the Boar An ley that rM re-ewals of memberships at om of Lake Escondido right now. Bear dR'd Jv-res twelve acres in the date the membership tomatoes in Wood's valley, the vai ls renewed and not when the old lev adjoining Bear Valley on the member-hip wn fir- taken out. Mr. me-Ci. Stead moved that the request be According to Postmaster George granted.

Seconded and carried. i Bartley, a letter addressed Bear Val-Following this action by the county ley and posted at his office is very board, a meeting will be railed right likely to go to Bear Valley in the San away for the reorganization of the Bernardino district. Lots of them do. center, at which time Felix Landis, jThe way to address letters intended executive secretary, will he present, for this particular Bear Valley is: the date to be fixed to suit iis con-jStar Route, Escondido, 'leaving out venience. It is believe that an ac- mention of Bear Valley, whose noar-tlve organization will result.

est postoffices are Valley Center and But for tm fmt that Lake n- Escondido, stiaw contains enough valor to irri-j it's a good timo now to see bow the nta the citru Jido vallev for seasons, and Gilbert Bates has installed a radio A. R. MATTHEWS AND HIS BRIDE LOCATED AT OAKLAND 1' had for the would lie worried be- d- p'h of water it is stated as a woik on Die lael off while being in wM A. R. Matthews and bride, nee Bookus, who were married here May and left on a honeymoon trip to lasadena, Santa Cruz, Los Banos and other points north, -write the parents of both bride and groom in th is city that they have located in Oakland, where the groom has a good job as automobile machinist.

receiving set at his Woods Valley homo, which was formerly the Ira Leek place. Bates walnut orchard is one of the finest in the land. The Bear Valley school budget, a do up and sent in by the trustees ot tlie district, provides funds for the improvement of the water system at the school. Not every suburban Sunday school can boast a 14-piece orchestra. The Viiby -( 1 on was tbu- favond at Do uai'cn-'v of 1 y.

1 which water is turning in, folk catr-'P a the p-In our Lake Eero probaide that tin tapper 'lith line the new supply ol down. li.tb hay, pelli in the field at $21 p. ton. is he 1 lopped out of the by truck 1 it to os Anc t. mi.k.i.g r.

impn-iug as the tiuik.s wind thir ay J. R. Board, of Marion, rived a week ago for a visit of inde nite length with his son, Roy Bear and family. He is also looking aft' business. Mr.

nnd Mrs. Guy E. Hasty ar their daughter. Miss Lois, will lea' Wednesday morning for a six month trip to Seattle, Wash. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (CALIFORNIA) G.

D. Young returned Tuesday ev- from a business isit of a week los..

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