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South Riverside Bee (Newspaper) - February 23, 1888, South Riverside, California 1. SOUTH SAN BERNARDINO 23, 1888. NUMBER 39 to prevent baking FOR SALE QN EASY Acres of CHINO NOW IN THE MARKET IN TEN ACRE THOUSANDS OF ACRES MOIST LAND AND NO may be made PROFITABLE by cultivating garden etc. The tlie ranch enables buyers to choose tracts exactly suited to vegetables and to and to to walnuts and other staple with steady and improving BEARING ORCHARDS AND growing thriftily WiTHOUT IRRIGATION on lands immediately adjoining the dryest part of the Chino No other lands in the State give surer guarantee of the LARGEST PROFITS so small a realized in the growth of and all citrus and deciduous and TO PER ACRE ARE In parts of the State from many Soil is of Unequaled is mainly decomposed vegetable with sane in dry and becoming muddy in Rapidly Rises whole tract is without brush and ready for the without gulches or with a uniform slope of 20 to 40 feet to right for best drainage without AND 8UBFACE pure and is flowing from wells 150 to 300 feet on parts of the and an abundance of unfailing surface water froni 6 to 18 More artesian wells are being Plentiful supply is The whole tract lies near Pomona and in San Bernardino which has fine public cash and enjoys the Tax TITLE IS ABSOLUTELY FACILITIES are good and will soon be Depots of the two great Lines are The Chino Valley Narrow Gauge to connect Chino with Ontario on the Southern and the broad guage Pomona Elsinore which - nearly nine miles over the Chino via Chino are actual Chino will have close connection with the great Southern Pacific and Santa Fe competing overland Town of located in the centre of the large broad alleys and reservations for Spacious It will have steam railroads and It is certain to BUSINESS a large extent of the richest land in The tract now offered will SUPPORT 2000 Buildings are going Many are decided with The land at Very Low Prices at which can be made upon the No other equally valuable land is offered .so Prices are sure to rapidly The most inspection is INVESTORS AND thLs property before One-third and balance in one and two years at 8 and drivers always ready to show the CO. FOK running domestic sewing W. - Nitrous All work PRICES HALF prepared to first-class Orange Trees for- the season of 1888, at the following 100 June 2-year-()kl 100 Mediterranean 75 Stock 4 years 80 50 of 2-year-old smaller 50 other varieties Send for Riverside Banking 11. 1888. Boots and all Goods usually kept in prices as low as they can be bought - IN AND WALL at ROOMS 9 10 CASTLEMAN P. K. A. land Retail Dealer Hardware Wagons and Agricultural Implements of all and Plumbing a T. E. C. A. Vice H. Asst. BANKING PAID IN FEB. 12Tn, 1885. Loans on Beal Estate and Securities and ATTENTION GIVEN TO New PACIFIC San MERCHANTS NAT'L NAT'L Los Sl FEED STABLE Rigs Furnished with or without Bus Meets all and Saddle Rigs Furnished on Short and Drivers Supplied when Horses by the Week or Month on Reasonable Public Hack in waiting on the Street at all G. A. * * * * New and Elegant Hotel in the Queen Colony of Southern California ani Gem City of the Citrus Belt is supplied with PURE MOUNTAIN SUNNY ROOMS with ELECTRIC BELLS and modern improvement for the comfort and of guests and the visitor to this new and enterprising Town this well appointed hostelry a charming and healthful place rounded by beautiful lofty fine hunting and fishing within easy and the famous BLACK AND WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS BOTH HOT AND COLD only a few miles California Central R. a part of the Santa Fe system passes South Riverside and within full view of the and the South Riverside Elsinore Railroad will soon be making the new Town accessible from all The is now open for the of guests and it will be conducted in first-class style at moderate TO PER NOW GOING ON IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE COl H. A. keeps a man on the constant vive nowadays to keep track of the remarkable going on in all parts of In it is impossible to keep up with the march of events in the three Southern And it is all but to keep pace with the improvements constantly projected and being carried out in our own county of San the development of for and the bringing under cultivation of tracts of hitherto desert From the summit of the San to the farthermost corner of the the work is going At the mouth of Mill creek canyon tunnels being run and enough water is being developed to the mesa land At the mouth of the San canyon a large pipe line is being laid to convey Bear Valley water on the immense tract of fertile land about Mound The Gage canal is being extended over ten so as to take in the Arlington heights many years it has been claimed and combatted that artesian water could be obtained at At last it has been and yet so wonderful discoveries have been made that this latest one hardly excites a At South Riverside an flow of artesian water has been and this too is taken as a matter of All up the northern side of the valley the same work of water is going apd almost invariably with Crossing the mountains to the and perhaps the scheme of desert reclamation in the south is at Here for ages has lain a vast expanse of fertile In the mountains close at hand was an abundance of It has remained for the enterprise of this decade to the two thereby converting a wilderness into smiling and at the same tiine amply rewarding the bold spirits who are out the the beyond the San still other developments are which while in San Diego in reality tributary and belong to San Palm Springs several thousand acres of the most fertile soil in the State are brought under an abundant water supply and will in a few years take front rank as preeminently adapted to thei production of the orange and the Farther out on the at artesian water Ihas been struck in and no one acquainted with that locality can doubt that in a few short years it will have a world wide reputation as a sanitarium of unequalled railroad as well as in water San Bernardino County is taking great Foremost in importance comes the Valley upon which trains are already running to and which has been extended a considerable distance farther east. That this ' line will play an important part in the growth of the country is apparent at a in importance perhaps it should be given first is the road which is to be built to the mountains and to Bear road will open a rich timber and mineral and it is to predict what part it will play in the development of the The road now being constructed from Pomona and traversing the ranch is another important in the county's A perfect network of motor lines is projected in every At meeting of tlie Supervisors a half dozen or franchises are asked for lines in one direction or and it really seems as if in a year or two there would not be a highway in any direction in the county which will not be by a motor San Bernardino seems destined to play a prominent part. The capitalists interested in the proposed iron at Chino have gone into the work with a vim which leaves no room as to its No very great period will elapse before the hum of the engine and the roar of the blast furnace will on the erstwhile cattle range of the Chino It 43oems almost a pity to sully so fair a the dust and soot of a great but such is ever the scenes of pastoral beauty which lie in the pathway of adVancing and California can hope to be no exception to the every direction towns are springing and happy created where the howl of the coyote has the only sound far The site of the sheep corral of yesterday becomes that of the fashionable hotel - The greasewood and sagebrush ' give way to the orange and From one end of fertile valley to the other the steady march of improvement is while the air is with rumor of what the next half decade will B. of the interesting paper by a man who California from the sea coast to the interior mountain ranges is adapted for fig grows produces luxuriously here at on the sea and it is equally at home in the dryer valleys of the a recent visit to Los Angeles county I made it a special object to investigate the fig business and from the facts collected on that occasion I am inclined to I think if fig is handled take tlie lead of most all kinds of fruit as a paying I visited Mr. Stewart's fig near Downey and was greatly pleased with my In comparing the fig as a profitable crop with the Mr. Stewart said that in three years after being put the fig will begin to and at four years old will produce enough to original cost of and and from that it produces a steady income with little labor and Ho says that his trees advance in value of crop one dollar each per For instance a tree will produce six dollars worth of under ordinary circumstances a tree will produce seven dollars and so Stewart's fig trees are from fifteen to twenty years and although liis orchard is small ho nets froni to a year out of advantages Stewart claims for the fig over most other sorts of fruit as compared with olives and citrus it begins to produce paying crops several years before either of it is a constant and uniform bearer from year to That figs dried and prepared for That while you are waiting for olives and citrus fruits to bear you have made a good many dollars out of your fig ae figs usually begin to pay in the third year after planting The market for dried figs is and is not likely to be overstocked in the near fact not generally known is that tiie common blue when fully is capable of being made into a very fine grade of brandy that will age sooner than any grape by fig is not a troublesome tree to Little else is needed than thorough as the annual shearing down and thinning out like deciduous fruit trees is not only pruning required is when branches hang down too low to bo An immense field is now opened up for good California figs for the purpose of being crystalized and sold as A firm which manufactured such articles in Los Angeles has bought all of Mr. Stewart's figs and pays him per ton for the same this One in the way of fig culture has been its are several varieties of figs known as White Smyrna in some of which perfectly Worthless and some are Mr. Stewart has certainly the most luscious figs I have tasted in and he claims they are the true White I have tasted some having the same but as dry as chip and very A coming fig for Southern California is the Pacific which originated in Sacramento county a short time It is a fine flavored large and it has the merit of maturing its fruit on the trees nearly the same so that the crop can be gathered all at men who will first make a specialty 6f and will only plant the best will probably get better returns for their capital and than they would out of any other and they not have to wait a decade before they obtained And lastly and not the to my makes the finest preserves in the world and requires less sugar most green Diego is an Opera costing Ninety thousand is and the balance responsible Californian Beach will expects to illuminate gas by April 1st. is happy over success of the Citrus has organized a building and loan attempt will be made to artesian water at has again changed its After this it is to be El is talk of the building a sanitarium near Los first-class bath he use and bath are soon to be built at census of Ana will settle the many inhabitants have property continues to go off at a rate rapid enough to satisfy new hotel for Colton is said to be an assured It is to be built by proprietor of the Russ in San It will be of four stories in height and is to contain 150 specimens of iron ore that have recently been discovered in the mountains east of and within throe miles of ace by an experienced miner to be very valuable ore. There thousands of tons in brought in some fine strawberries yesterday just his patch in tlie San Bernardino foothill citrus The berries were placed before the horticultural visitors at the Stewart hotel at dinner Isaac who lives in the part of recently sonic strawberry iii Pomona and buried them for a few he took them up for planting this week he found a sound berry on one of allowance for five extra clerks for a period of one month was made to the at Los Angeles yesterday by the postmaster in order the avalanche of second and third-class may be A. Redlands is to have a Fargo it express office opened as soon as the necessary supplies can get Now give u.s a graph have had a telephone line a good we be tolerably fixed for communication with the outside new locomotives have been received by the California Southern to be between San Bernardino and San With this the company hopes to be able to move the blockaded cars .BO as to bring up the We hope as building is fearfully hampered lack building California and winters are so much alike that one is puzzled to choose between There are few summer days on which the mercury passes 90 degrees yet few in winter when it not reach 70. The surf that beneath the bright sky and breeze rolls in long miles of snowy foam changes its temperature scarcely four degrees summer to sea bathing an almost every day and one may bathe either in the surf in still of tlie bay the two being 100 yards apart at Upon the higher parts of even hoar frost is and on the low parts is seen only once or twice in occasional and then is gone with the As frost can occur in this section only perfectly clear the following day is sure to be bright and At this the sea breeze has fallen away to a mere breath of so that the greater part of the winter days differ slightly in temperature from the average summer trees flowers and even the tropical plants grow in midwinter with a vigor unknown upon of the low parts of the where temperature falls loo much by We find here what can be found in few other parts of the to escape both the cold winter aod the heat of where the like the winter is plaything instead of in the center of a vast where great sit as looking the T. S. in February
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